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March 10, 1988 | Bob Baker, Bob Baker is a Times staff writer
Robert Hamilton, a young Santa Monica pediatrician, received a call from a friend, a physician in New York. Go to Nicaragua with me, she said. She was going to Managua to work at a church-sponsored medical clinic that depends on visiting American doctors. Hamilton knew the stakes. Five years ago, when he was still completing his residency, he had gone to Guatemala to observe work in a children's hospital. It changed the way he looked at the world.
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February 13, 2014 | By Paresh Dave
A bright flash off the side of the airliner caught the pilot's eye. When he turned to get a full look, a green laser beam lighted up the cockpit window. Capt. Robert Hamilton said he couldn't see for several seconds after the incident, which occurred three years ago as he piloted a  PSA Airlines  flight with 70 people aboard. “No matter how much you try to prepare for these situations, you're sitting there and the first thought that goes through your mind [is], 'It's not my fault, but the safety of the passengers is my responsibility,'” he told the Los Angeles Times.
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February 13, 2014 | By Paresh Dave
A bright flash off the side of the airliner caught the pilot's eye. When he turned to get a full look, a green laser beam lighted up the cockpit window. Capt. Robert Hamilton said he couldn't see for several seconds after the incident, which occurred three years ago as he piloted a  PSA Airlines  flight with 70 people aboard. “No matter how much you try to prepare for these situations, you're sitting there and the first thought that goes through your mind [is], 'It's not my fault, but the safety of the passengers is my responsibility,'” he told the Los Angeles Times.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 24, 1997 | DAWN HOBBS, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Despite more than a dozen animal lovers showing up in support of Oscar Mayer, the pot-bellied pig, the City Council voted unanimously to retain its ordinance prohibiting farm animals in residential areas and force him to get rid of his snout-nosed companion. "They make the laws for the people that don't take care of animals--but I take care of Oscar," said Robert Hamilton, who has owned the pig since 1992. "I'll take this as far as I can.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 24, 1997 | DAWN HOBBS, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Despite more than a dozen animal lovers showing up in support of Oscar Mayer, the pot-bellied pig, the City Council voted unanimously to retain its ordinance prohibiting farm animals in residential areas and force him to get rid of his snout-nosed companion. "They make the laws for the people that don't take care of animals--but I take care of Oscar," said Robert Hamilton, who has owned the pig since 1992. "I'll take this as far as I can.
SPORTS
March 28, 2002 | From staff reports
The roster for the Southern California team for the Shrine high school all-star football game, July 13 at Mt. San Antonio College, has undergone some changes. Added to the roster were Alex Potasi, an offensive lineman from Narbonne High; Derron Ware, a defensive back from Los Angeles Dorsey; Robert Hamilton, a defensive end from Westchester, and Dante Bogan, a wide receiver from Santa Barbara.
BUSINESS
August 26, 1997 | BARBARA MURPHY
Los Robles Bank has set up a fund to give five high school students $1,000 scholarships. The fund is made up of weekly contributions by employees, which are matched by the bank. The bank, based in Thousand Oaks, has offices in that city as well as Westlake Village and Camarillo.
NEWS
April 28, 2002
This is a list of names added to the total of confirmed dead in the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center. This list, released since April 19, updates accounts that have appeared in The Times each Sunday since Sept. 11. The number of people unaccounted for, according to New York City officials and Associated Press, is now believed to be 128. Vincent Brunton Patrick Byrne Thomas Farino Robert Hamilton Scott Larsen Salvatore P. Lopes Michael Otten Josh Piver Edward Rall Barrington L. Young
BUSINESS
May 25, 1994
Two associates have been named to partnerships at the Irvine office of law firm Allen, Matkins, Leck, Gamble & Mallory. They are Vincent M. Coscino, who works in the bankruptcy and creditors' rights areas, and Robert M. Hamilton, who handles tax law.
BUSINESS
May 9, 1995
Los Robles Bank, a one-branch bank in Thousand Oaks, reported a 16% jump in earnings for the first quarter that ended March 31. The bank reported a profit of $136,000 for the first quarter, compared to earnings of $117,000 in the same three-month period a year earlier. The bank's assets totaled $71.1 million as of March 31, up 9% from $65.1 million a year earlier.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 10, 1988 | Bob Baker, Bob Baker is a Times staff writer
Robert Hamilton, a young Santa Monica pediatrician, received a call from a friend, a physician in New York. Go to Nicaragua with me, she said. She was going to Managua to work at a church-sponsored medical clinic that depends on visiting American doctors. Hamilton knew the stakes. Five years ago, when he was still completing his residency, he had gone to Guatemala to observe work in a children's hospital. It changed the way he looked at the world.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 8, 1989
A motorcyclist was killed when his bike collided with a four-wheel-drive truck and he was thrown into the path of two other vehicles, the California Highway Patrol reported Tuesday. Robert Hamilton, 23, of Laguna Beach was killed at about 6:15 p.m. Monday, officers said. Officers said he was riding his motorcycle west at a high rate of speed on Crown Valley Parkway approaching Via Valle when his bike collided with a truck driven by Robert Sangston, 51, of Mesa, Ariz.
NEWS
October 25, 1985
A phony heart surgeon who inherited an elderly woman's $350,000 estate has been charged with murdering her. Ebrahim Sadeghy, 38, was arrested in the San Jose suburb of Campbell in connection with the June 11 death of Myrtle Reid, 84, who suffered from severe cardiovascular disease, Santa Clara County district attorney's investigators said.
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