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June 2, 1993 | DENNIS HUNT, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Meet Robin S, secretary to Mayor James Garner of Hempstead, N.Y., and Top 10 artist. Yes, the voice behind the hard-driving No. 8 "Show Me Love" is holding on to her full-time job in Long Island--for now. But she's on a leave of absence to promote her debut single--a leave that could become permanent if her career continues on the upswing. The casual observer might call Robin S an overnight success. Nonsense, she scoffs, tiring of the tag routinely applied to her these days.
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June 2, 1993 | DENNIS HUNT, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Meet Robin S, secretary to Mayor James Garner of Hempstead, N.Y., and Top 10 artist. Yes, the voice behind the hard-driving No. 8 "Show Me Love" is holding on to her full-time job in Long Island--for now. But she's on a leave of absence to promote her debut single--a leave that could become permanent if her career continues on the upswing. The casual observer might call Robin S an overnight success. Nonsense, she scoffs, tiring of the tag routinely applied to her these days.
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NEWS
April 3, 1988
Learning how to drink is of no use to an alcoholic. Learning how to live is. To Fingarette, I have this to say: Please stop trying to help us, for in actuality, you are helping to kill us, and we can do that well enough on our own. ROBIN S. HECKLE Los Angeles
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 23, 1993
Santa Paula Results from City Council votes Monday: Museum Lease Should the Santa Paula Redevelopment Agency sign a 15-year agreement with the Unocal Corp. to lease the Unocal Oil Museum for $1 a year and operate the museum as a nonprofit visitor attraction? Result: Approved, 4-0 The Vote Alfonsa C. Urias: Yes John A. F. Melton: Absent Robin S. Sullivan: Yes Margaret A. Ely: Yes Wayne D. Johnson: Yes
NEWS
September 20, 1990 | From Times Staff and Wire Service Reports
Lawyers asked a judge today to reduce the $5-million bail for Charles H. Keating Jr., a central figure in the nation's saving and loan scandal, characterizing him as a pauper who won't flee. The former American Continental Corp. chairman sat in Superior Court with three co-defendants as attorneys argued that he would have trouble financing his defense against numerous cases stemming from the $2-billion collapse of Irvine, Calif.-based Lincoln Savings.
BUSINESS
July 24, 1987
Lincoln Savings & Loan Assn. in Irvine has changed its top management in a small reshuffling that will give the local operators more control of the institution, which is owned by American Continental Corp. of Phoenix. Robin S. Symes is the new chairman and chief executive officer, replacing Andre A. Niebling of Phoenix, who resigned to pursue other business interests.
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