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July 3, 1987 | DENNIS McDOUGAL, Times Staff Writer
Reacting to strike tactics that have resulted in non-union news crews from KNBC-TV Channel 4 being barred from local press conferences, a federal judge Thursday ordered the U.S. attorney in Los Angeles to give equal access to all news-gathering operations, regardless of their union affiliation. "I think it's bad precedent for the government to get involved in labor-management disputes," U.S.
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May 2, 1991 | MICHELE FUETSCH, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A recount this week of the ballots cast in the April 16 municipal elections has confirmed that City Council candidate Jean Sanders made it into the June runoff by one vote. Sanders was one of four candidates in the April election trying to oust incumbent Councilwoman Jane D. Robbins. Robbins garnered 38.1% of the vote, but it was not enough to avoid the June 4 runoff for the District 4 council seat. In the April election, Sanders came in second with 19.
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May 2, 1991 | MICHELE FUETSCH, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A recount this week of the ballots cast in the April 16 municipal elections has confirmed that City Council candidate Jean Sanders made it into the June runoff by one vote. Sanders was one of four candidates in the April election trying to oust incumbent Councilwoman Jane D. Robbins. Robbins garnered 38.1% of the vote, but it was not enough to avoid the June 4 runoff for the District 4 council seat. In the April election, Sanders came in second with 19.
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July 3, 1987 | DENNIS McDOUGAL, Times Staff Writer
Reacting to strike tactics that have resulted in non-union news crews from KNBC-TV Channel 4 being barred from local press conferences, a federal judge Thursday ordered the U.S. attorney in Los Angeles to give equal access to all news-gathering operations, regardless of their union affiliation. "I think it's bad precedent for the government to get involved in labor-management disputes," U.S.
NEWS
March 12, 1987
Two Compton school trustees are among five candidates out to unseat veteran City Council members Maxcy D. Filer and Jane D. Robbins in the April 21 municipal election. John Steward, a two-term Compton Unified School District board member, will challenge Filer. Robbins will be opposed by longtime school Trustee Manuel Correa, as well as businessmen Richard Bonner and Andrew Manley, and past mayoral candidate Edward Loney. Filing closed Saturday, and no referendums were placed on the ballot.
BUSINESS
December 5, 1985 | LESLIE BERKMAN
John C. Parsons, a Newport Beach businessman accused of defrauding Kansas residents of $200,000 in the sale of Alaskan oil leases, has been jailed on a warrant issued by Gov. George Deukmejian at the request of the governor of Kansas. Parsons, owner of Citizens Oil and Gas Co., had been free on bail pending extradition proceedings initiated by Kansas authorities. He was served the governor's warrant at a hearing Tuesday in Orange County Municipal Court in Santa Ana.
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June 3, 1987
LOS ANGELES COMMUNITY COLLEGE BOARD 100% Precincts Reporting Votes % District 1 *Wallace Knox 88,775 52.8 Patricia Hollingsworth 79,258 47.2 District 3 *Julia L. Wu 93,821 55.1 M. A. Hudson (inc) 76,581 44.9 District 7 *David Lopez-Lee 97,139 57.5 Richard E. Ferraro 71,757 42.5 COMPTON CITY COUNCIL District 4 100% Precincts Reporting Votes % *Jane Dickison Robbins 1,.808 50.5 Richard Bonner 1,773 49.5 EL RANCHO SCHOOL DISTRICT 100% Precincts Reporting Votes % *Albert Cortez 856 44.
NEWS
June 11, 1987
Businessman Richard Bonner picked up five more votes in a recount of last week's Compton City Council election, but still lost by 30 votes to incumbent Councilwoman Jane D. Robbins, City Clerk Charles Davis said. On Monday, Bonner filed a complaint charging that Robbins violated state election law by signing a city-financed mailing that went to about 20,000 households only a few days before the June 2 runoff.
NEWS
April 22, 1987
Tuesday Results (Inc.) designates incumbent Winners, when determined, in bold type and * Runoff candidates in italic type and ** Arcadia SCHOOL BOARD 3 vacancies 21 of 21 precincts FINAL Vote % James A. Bryant (Inc.) * 1,585 28.4 G. Michael Allison (Inc.) * 1,517 27.2 Robert E. Kladifko (Inc.) * 1,493 26.7 Gene F. Shepherd 985 17.7 Voter turnout 7.3% Compton Primary CITY COUNCIL 32 of 32 precincts FINAL First District Vote % Maxcy D. Filer (Inc.) * 1,884 58.1 John Steward 1,362 41.
NEWS
April 21, 1991
City Council candidate Richard Bonner, three votes short of making it into the June runoff election, has asked for a recount of votes cast in last week's municipal elections. Bonner was one of four candidates in Council District 4 trying to oust incumbent City Councilwoman Jane D. Robbins. She received 38.1% of the vote, but needed more than 50% to avoid the June 4 runoff.
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March 13, 1991 | MICHELE FUETSCH, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Veteran Compton Councilwoman Jane D. Robbins was disqualified last week from seeking reelection, apparently clearing the way for a wide open race among four challengers in the council's District 4. "It increases my chances 100%," said Richard Bonner, a beauty salon owner who is running for the council seat in the April 16 election.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 17, 1991
34 of 34 Precincts CANDIDATE VOTE % Patricia Moore 1,863 27.8 Bernice Woods 394 5.9 Maxcy D. Filer 1,593 23.8 Walter R. Tucker III 2,389 35 Lisa C. Weir 103 1.5 Floyd James 202 3.0 Saul Lankster 156 2.2 *Winner serves remaining two years of unexpired term. City Council 34 of 34 Precincts District 1* CANDIDATE VOTE % Omar Bradley 2,040 31.2 Walter Goodin 1,182 18.1 Pedro Pallan 1,371 21.0 Stephen Randle 398 6.1 R.J. Gray 272 4.1 John Steward 1,272 19.
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