December 6, 1987
What kind of "man" doesn't want to know his own child? Such gruesome conceit can't represent brains. Mark Nichols Beverly Hills
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 24, 1989
Now we know why little old ladies live in Pasadena. In Beverly Hills 6 feet-plus cops lean on them. MARK NICHOLS Beverly Hills
August 25, 1985
I used to say teasingly that Mayor Bradley is everyone's favorite uncle but he's changing his image to that of Adolph: "Take the kids away from their parents . . . where they have no motivation." He did forget one thing, a can of non-toxic white paint for each child! MARK NICHOLS Beverly Hills
June 29, 1985
Things change and I'm glad. In 1929, at 13, I had a "job" as a carhop at a drug store in Kansas City. I was paid nothing, just worked for tips. But one Sunday, when taken on a trip by the family, I didn't show up on time, I was fired. Anyway, now a baseball player whose salary is somewhat more than a carhop's, doesn't show up for work. His wife had the keys to the car. And the boss says, "It could happen to anyone." Maybe he was waiting for a streetcar? There will be one along when the RTD reaches Agoura.
September 30, 1985 |
Mark Nichols found a sure-fire cure for his blues Sunday. Detroit's wide receiver, who hadn't caught a pass all season, grabbed two for touchdowns as the Lions beat Tampa Bay, 30-9, to keep the Buccaneers winless after four weeks of play. The Lions, rebounding from a 14-6 loss to Indianapolis last week, improved their record to 3-1. "I've been feeling pretty down," said Nichols, who was in for just three snaps during each of the Lions' two previous games.
February 29, 2000 |
A federal judge Monday ordered the politically active chief executive of an influential California Indian tribe to stop associating with campaign fund-raisers for five years, after the executive admitted violating federal campaign contribution laws. Mark Nichols, the non-Indian chief executive of the Cabazon Band of Mission Indians, pleaded guilty in October to three misdemeanor counts of campaign money laundering.