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May 25, 2004
Re "Feat of the Week" (May 18): Imagine my lack of surprise to see in Outdoors another example of cruelty in the name of sport. The image depicts three Gomers in Alabam' gleefully skewering frogs with the intent of chowin' down on them. If I had that ole toadsticker that there one feller had, I wouldn't be a-usin' it on no frog. Yeee ha! Robert Hill Fullerton
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NATIONAL
April 16, 2013 | By Matt Pearce
The third person killed in the Boston Marathon bombing Monday has been identified as a Boston University graduate student. The student's identity was not released by the university in a Tuesday announcement , pending notification of the family. FULL COVERAGE: Boston Marathon attack The others who were killed in the attack have been identified as Krystle Campbell, 29, of Arlington, an assistant restaurant manager, and Martin Richard, 8, of Boston's Dorchester neighborhood.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 17, 2007 | Mai Tran, Times Staff Writer
After working her overnight shift at the Coca-Cola bottling plant in Downey early last week, Amber Lee Hill called her boyfriend to let him know she was heading home. She never made it. Orange County sheriff's investigators said the 38-year-old woman's Jan.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 17, 2007 | Mai Tran, Times Staff Writer
After working her overnight shift at the Coca-Cola bottling plant in Downey early last week, Amber Lee Hill called her boyfriend to let him know she was heading home. She never made it. Orange County sheriff's investigators said the 38-year-old woman's Jan.
NATIONAL
April 16, 2013 | By Matt Pearce
The third person killed in the Boston Marathon bombing Monday has been identified as a Boston University graduate student. The student's identity was not released by the university in a Tuesday announcement , pending notification of the family. FULL COVERAGE: Boston Marathon attack The others who were killed in the attack have been identified as Krystle Campbell, 29, of Arlington, an assistant restaurant manager, and Martin Richard, 8, of Boston's Dorchester neighborhood.
SPORTS
November 26, 1994 | MIKE HISERMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Changing of the guard at Cal State Northridge. Robert Hill steps in for Andre Chevalier as point guard and floor leader of the men's basketball team. Were the task of replacing Northridge's career scoring leader not daunting enough, Hill's coming out is against Tyus Edney and sixth-ranked UCLA at 2 today at Pauley Pavilion. The 5-foot-10 Edney last season averaged 15.4 points and was an All-Pacific 10 Conference selection.
NEWS
October 23, 1987
Federal Appellate Judge Robert Madden Hill, 59, who presided over Billy Sol Estes' 1979 fraud and conspiracy trial while a district judge and who later was involved in bribery proceedings against former Texas governor and treasury secretary John B. Connally. Monday after an asthma attack as he and his wife, Texas state Rep. Patricia Hill, were returning from vacation in Kenya.
NEWS
July 26, 1996 | ROBERT L. JACKSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The criminal case against two Arkansas banker friends of President Clinton went to a jury Thursday after W. Hickman Ewing Jr., an associate Whitewater prosecutor, charged that the pair had misused their institution's funds for political purposes. Summing up his case in the 6-week-old trial, Ewing told jurors that Perry County Bank co-owners Herby Branscum Jr. and Robert M. Hill curried favor with then-Gov. Clinton in 1990 by misapplying $13,200 in bank funds as campaign contributions.
BOOKS
February 23, 1986 | JOSEPH BOSKIN
The Garvey Movement, itself designated as the Universal Negro Improvement Assn., was the most powerful grass-roots black movement in the 20th Century. Led by Jamaican-born Marcus Garvey (1887-1940), a distinctive individual whose eloquence provoked intense nationalist and controversial feelings among Afro-Americans and deep anxieties among whites, the UNIA reached out to more than 1,000 chapters in more than 40 nations.
REAL ESTATE
February 13, 2005 | Robert J. Bruss, Special to The Times
"What No One Ever Tells You About Investing in Real Estate" by Robert J. Hill II is the most unusual real estate book I've reviewed. It contains 112 mini-chapters about realty investors and lessons to be learned from their experiences. Many of the stories are humorous. Others are educational. Some should be subtitled "Don't let this happen to you as a real estate investor." The author, a Nashville real estate attorney, is also an active investor in Kentucky, Tennessee and Georgia.
REAL ESTATE
February 13, 2005 | Robert J. Bruss, Special to The Times
"What No One Ever Tells You About Investing in Real Estate" by Robert J. Hill II is the most unusual real estate book I've reviewed. It contains 112 mini-chapters about realty investors and lessons to be learned from their experiences. Many of the stories are humorous. Others are educational. Some should be subtitled "Don't let this happen to you as a real estate investor." The author, a Nashville real estate attorney, is also an active investor in Kentucky, Tennessee and Georgia.
NEWS
May 25, 2004
Re "Feat of the Week" (May 18): Imagine my lack of surprise to see in Outdoors another example of cruelty in the name of sport. The image depicts three Gomers in Alabam' gleefully skewering frogs with the intent of chowin' down on them. If I had that ole toadsticker that there one feller had, I wouldn't be a-usin' it on no frog. Yeee ha! Robert Hill Fullerton
NEWS
July 26, 1996 | ROBERT L. JACKSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The criminal case against two Arkansas banker friends of President Clinton went to a jury Thursday after W. Hickman Ewing Jr., an associate Whitewater prosecutor, charged that the pair had misused their institution's funds for political purposes. Summing up his case in the 6-week-old trial, Ewing told jurors that Perry County Bank co-owners Herby Branscum Jr. and Robert M. Hill curried favor with then-Gov. Clinton in 1990 by misapplying $13,200 in bank funds as campaign contributions.
SPORTS
November 26, 1994 | MIKE HISERMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Changing of the guard at Cal State Northridge. Robert Hill steps in for Andre Chevalier as point guard and floor leader of the men's basketball team. Were the task of replacing Northridge's career scoring leader not daunting enough, Hill's coming out is against Tyus Edney and sixth-ranked UCLA at 2 today at Pauley Pavilion. The 5-foot-10 Edney last season averaged 15.4 points and was an All-Pacific 10 Conference selection.
NEWS
October 23, 1987
Federal Appellate Judge Robert Madden Hill, 59, who presided over Billy Sol Estes' 1979 fraud and conspiracy trial while a district judge and who later was involved in bribery proceedings against former Texas governor and treasury secretary John B. Connally. Monday after an asthma attack as he and his wife, Texas state Rep. Patricia Hill, were returning from vacation in Kenya.
BOOKS
February 23, 1986 | JOSEPH BOSKIN
The Garvey Movement, itself designated as the Universal Negro Improvement Assn., was the most powerful grass-roots black movement in the 20th Century. Led by Jamaican-born Marcus Garvey (1887-1940), a distinctive individual whose eloquence provoked intense nationalist and controversial feelings among Afro-Americans and deep anxieties among whites, the UNIA reached out to more than 1,000 chapters in more than 40 nations.
NEWS
July 23, 1996 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
A banker denied that he reimbursed himself and relatives for thousands in political contributions to then-Gov. Bill Clinton. In testimony at his Little Rock, Ark., trial, Robert Hill also adamantly denied that he conspired to hide from the federal government large cash withdrawals by Clinton's 1990 gubernatorial campaign. Hill and his partner, Herby Branscum Jr., are charged with conspiracy and misapplication of bank funds.
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