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NEWS
July 1, 1990
Kathleen Doheny's article "Junior E Men on Patrol" (June 22) was making light of an issue that concerns us all. Her seemingly blase attitude toward conservation efforts is most disturbing. The one aspect of children's concern about the environment she didn't touch on was their right to grow up and have their children grow up in a safe and clean environment. Children should be concerned with the environment's well being, more so than any other segment of the population, because they're the ones who will have to live with our mistakes.
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OPINION
July 30, 2003
Re "Speak Up for Kids' Sake," editorial, July 26: I laughed out loud at the suggestion we taxpayers should have to pay for translation services because some immigrants refuse to learn the English language. Once again The Times advocates that the American taxpayer carry the burden for the immigrant unwilling to assimilate himself or herself into society and learn the English language. Unlike the immigrants of old who learned English, today's immigrants don't want to assimilate into their new country; they want us to bend over for them.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 20, 1999 | PAMELA J. JOHNSON
A 23-year-old inmate working at the Ventura County Sheriff's Department Training Academy escaped Monday from the minimum-security facility. Michael Allen Sugden, who was serving a two-month sentence for burglary and is not considered dangerous, walked away from the academy at the Camarillo Airport about 2:45 p.m., sheriff's spokesman Eric Nishimoto said. Sheriff's air and ground units were still searching for Sugden on Monday night.
BUSINESS
December 3, 2012 | By Lauren Beale, Los Angeles Times
Director-producer Renny Harlin has sold his so-called Cannon House in Venice house for $1.83 million. The two cannons, however, were not included in the purchase. The buyer asked that they be removed. The three-level home features an open floor plan, radiant-heated polished concrete floors, balconies, two master bedrooms with fireplaces, another bedroom, an office and 2.5 bathrooms in 2,756 square feet of living space. One cannon sat on a front-facing balcony and the other at the rear of the house.
BUSINESS
October 23, 2010 | By Stuart Pfeifer, Los Angeles Times
One in a series of occasional reports about the U.S. unemployment crisis. A weak labor market is hurting the U.S. recovery, but it's been lucrative for scammers, who are bilking unemployed workers out of millions of dollars in fees to steer clients to jobs that never materialize, watchdogs say. Many of these schemes have been around for years, promising people who send money a chance to work as bartenders, home inspectors or "secret shoppers"...
SPORTS
January 29, 1993 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Gary McCord, more often an announcer than a contender, shot a five-under-par 66 Thursday and was among seven players tied for the first-round lead in the Phoenix Open. Jeff Maggert, Michael Allen, Robert Wrenn, Mike Donald, David Frost and Scott Simpson joined McCord in the lead on the 6,992-yard TPC of Scottsdale course. Ten other players, including two-time Phoenix champion Mark Calcavecchia and Larry Mize, who won at Tucson last week, shot 67s, and 11 others were at 68.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 14, 1991
A Reseda woman was being held on suspicion of murder Thursday in the stabbing death of her common-law husband, Los Angeles police reported. JoDell Victoria McMann, 46, was arrested in the couple's apartment after paramedics found her fatally wounded spouse, 42-year-old Michael Allen Cannon, in the building manager's unit. Cannon died shortly after arrival at Northridge Hospital Medical Center. McMann was being held at the Van Nuys Jail until her arraignment.
BUSINESS
October 10, 1992 | Associated Press
Claiming that the Bush Administration considers a fetus a person, a husband and wife are arguing in court that they were entitled to deduct their unborn child on their federal tax return. Andrea Cassman says her son, Jonathan, almost 3 months old, qualified as a child for tax purposes before he was born.
ENTERTAINMENT
June 28, 2003
MANOHLA Dargis' review of "The Hulk" ("Taming a Demon," June 20) had to be the most overwritten, pretentious waste of space I've ever read in my life. It reeked of condescending know-it-all-ism in its first few sentences, with misplaced and gratuitous references to Kennedy, Khrushchev, Sigmund Freud, Sophocles and Herr Doktor. Is Dargis trying to impress us with a who's who of her historical knowledge in a movie review? I've seen "The Hulk," but I don't know what's worse, the film or Dargis' attempt to review it. Clearly neither should have been allowed out of the box. Michael Allen Los Angeles AFTER reading the review of "The Hulk" I could only gather that Kermit was right when he said, "It's not easy being green."
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