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February 17, 1991 | JOHN BALZAR, TIMES STAFF WRITER
If it must be, finally, a great armored battle in the sand to settle the Persian Gulf War, the outcome is likely to bear the handwriting of some lone officer. Up along the front lines, probably in the pitch dark of night, under the rage of open-field warfare, this commander will sound an order--an order he has prepared his whole life to give.
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February 17, 1991 | JOHN BALZAR, TIMES STAFF WRITER
If it must be, finally, a great armored battle in the sand to settle the Persian Gulf War, the outcome is likely to bear the handwriting of some lone officer. Up along the front lines, probably in the pitch dark of night, under the rage of open-field warfare, this commander will sound an order--an order he has prepared his whole life to give.
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November 4, 1997 | HENRY WEINSTEIN, TIMES LEGAL AFFAIRS WRITER
A new study concludes that laws preventing smoking in bars have no adverse economic impact on the bars. The study, to be published today in the American Journal of Public Health, arrives just two months before a new California statute banning smoking in bars takes effect Jan. 1, 1998. Co-written by staunch anti-tobacco advocate Stanton A. Glantz, a professor at UC San Francisco Medical School, the study will probably be controversial.
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August 8, 1994 | MARLENE CIMONS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Carol Isen, a teacher and tutor of grade school children, is a nonsmoker who says she welcomes the growing nationwide movement toward eliminating smoking in the workplace. However, as someone who works both in the classroom and in private homes, she wonders just how far such restrictions should go. "I would not tutor in a house where there is smoking, but that's my personal choice," the Rockville, Md., resident said. "I don't believe the government should be legislating homes.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 8, 1990
ALPINE COMMUNITY PLANNING AREA 7 Elected 100% Precincts Reporting: Votes (%) Bonnie Kibbee: 1,513 (10) George J. Vanek: 1,506 (10) Olive Wooldridge: 1,455 (10) Stevie Christensen: 1,342 (9) Almeda Lynn: 1,269 (9) Beverly Clark: 1,179 (8) Evelyn Provaznik: 1,166 (8) Gordon Misenhimer: 1,160 (8) Joe Brunold: 1,043 (7) Steve Kramer: 1,017 (7) Mel Crain: 980 (7) Catherine F. Hamilton: 965 (7) FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT 3 Elected 100% Precincts Reporting: Votes (%) Carlton R. Kibbee: 1,619 (31) Mary A.
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November 5, 1992
Alpine Community Planning Area 8 Elected Jim Hunter: 2,332 (9) Ken King, Jr.: 2,195 (9) David Mitchell: 2,194 (9) Ann B. Pierce: 2,011 (8) David Flores: 1,813 (7) Guy L. Everest: 1,806 (7) Barbara S. Howell: 1,796 (7) Kristine C. Christensen: 1,727 (7) Jutta Mahlke-Cohn: 1,674 (7) Mary F. Elmore: 1,641 (6) Dennis Hudson: 1,405 (6) Jim Snyder: 1,389 (5) Duncan A. Marks: 1,290 (5) Mark Kniffing: 1,256 (5) Darryl R.
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