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June 23, 1993 | PATRICK McCARTNEY
Radio talk-show host Frank Haines, a fixture for 41 years at Ventura's KVEN (1450-AM) radio station, was recuperating Tuesday after the amputation of his left leg, station officials said. Haines, 60, of Ventura was admitted to UCLA Medical Center in Westwood on June 10 after suffering pain in his legs. Doctors there tried to control the circulatory problem with drugs, but the effort was unsuccessful.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 23, 1993 | PATRICK McCARTNEY
Radio talk-show host Frank Haines, a fixture for 41 years at Ventura's KVEN (1450-AM) radio station, was recuperating Tuesday after the amputation of his left leg, station officials said. Haines, 60, of Ventura was admitted to UCLA Medical Center in Westwood on June 10 after suffering pain in his legs. Doctors there tried to control the circulatory problem with drugs, but the effort was unsuccessful.
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March 26, 1995
I am very disheartened by your feature cover and story in Ventura County Life on rock jock Steve Downes in the March 9 edition. While I think Steve Downes' accomplishments and talents are admirable, there are 12 excellent radio stations in Ventura County and they all survive and hopefully prosper in two ways: by attracting and maintaining listenership and by generating revenue from advertising sales. We have a tremendous job on our hands competing with the Los Angeles signals, and we make remarkable progress every day as the Los Angeles listening continues a downward trend and Ventura County supports our radio stations.
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