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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 24, 1992
With the appointment of Williams and, of course, anointment as media darling, many of us hope to see some meaningful changes. The first change I would like to see is a discontinuance of police-bashing by The Times, a policy that has gone on for far too many years. RON LESOVSKY Huntington Beach
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March 23, 2003
I thoroughly enjoyed Hamm's adventures in London, seeing the city again through her eyes. It brought back memories of one of my three sojourns to London. I had only a few days to see that fascinating and historic city. The time was far too brief, so I have had to go back periodically, with map in hand, to venture into areas I missed on previous vacations there. I still haven't seen it all, and I doubt I ever will. Cindy Monohan Vista, Calif. Hamm reflects that some would question her good sense in going to London for a weekend and spending $799.
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SPORTS
August 12, 1995
Regarding the Aug. 6 article about the Brickyard 400, "Gordon Didn't Win Again," it seems we can get more timely race results from the next day's newspaper despite ABC's promise to broadcast the event. RON LESOVSKY Huntington Beach
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 29, 1998
The fact that Brenda Spencer, convicted of two counts of murder and sentenced to 25 years to life, is even eligible for parole after 18 years is a miscarriage of justice (Jan. 21). If the lawmakers who established the rules could get their math straight, it would go a long way to reestablish confidence in our justice system. RON LESOVSKY Huntington Beach
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 29, 1998
The fact that Brenda Spencer, convicted of two counts of murder and sentenced to 25 years to life, is even eligible for parole after 18 years is a miscarriage of justice (Jan. 21). If the lawmakers who established the rules could get their math straight, it would go a long way to reestablish confidence in our justice system. RON LESOVSKY Huntington Beach
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 11, 1986
Yes, Rose Bird, there is a Constitution. If she will refer to the California Constitution, Article 22, Section 16, she will find that even Supreme Court justices are subject to confirmation. Or, in rare instances, when it is found that these justices are not practicing the rule of law, but instead radical politics, the lowly electorate, for which she has shown such disdain, may remove same from office. RON LESOVSKY Los Alamitos
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 12, 1993
First, we learn President Clinton has more millionaires in his Cabinet than either Ronald Reagan or George Bush, and now he can't find a nominee for attorney general who doesn't have problems related to her domestic staff. Despite all the campaign rhetoric, it is quite obvious the current Administration has little in common with us middle-class folk. RON LESOVSKY Huntington Beach
TRAVEL
March 23, 2003
I thoroughly enjoyed Hamm's adventures in London, seeing the city again through her eyes. It brought back memories of one of my three sojourns to London. I had only a few days to see that fascinating and historic city. The time was far too brief, so I have had to go back periodically, with map in hand, to venture into areas I missed on previous vacations there. I still haven't seen it all, and I doubt I ever will. Cindy Monohan Vista, Calif. Hamm reflects that some would question her good sense in going to London for a weekend and spending $799.
OPINION
September 6, 1987
I find it amusing that so many of those opposing the nomination of Bork are the same ones who were whining judicial independence last year when California Chief Justice Rose Bird was purged from the state Supreme Court. RON LESOVSKY Santa Ana
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 15, 1991
Police are cautioning residents not to leave mail--especially any containing checks--clipped to mailboxes for pickup. In the past three weeks, checks have been stolen from about a dozen residents in apartment complexes in the area bounded by Green and Howard avenues, Sgt. Ron Lesovsky said. "Citizens have reported their outgoing mail was left in plain view and was never noticed as missing until canceled checks were returned from the bank," he said.
SPORTS
August 12, 1995
Regarding the Aug. 6 article about the Brickyard 400, "Gordon Didn't Win Again," it seems we can get more timely race results from the next day's newspaper despite ABC's promise to broadcast the event. RON LESOVSKY Huntington Beach
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 12, 1993
First, we learn President Clinton has more millionaires in his Cabinet than either Ronald Reagan or George Bush, and now he can't find a nominee for attorney general who doesn't have problems related to her domestic staff. Despite all the campaign rhetoric, it is quite obvious the current Administration has little in common with us middle-class folk. RON LESOVSKY Huntington Beach
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 24, 1992
With the appointment of Williams and, of course, anointment as media darling, many of us hope to see some meaningful changes. The first change I would like to see is a discontinuance of police-bashing by The Times, a policy that has gone on for far too many years. RON LESOVSKY Huntington Beach
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 11, 1986
Yes, Rose Bird, there is a Constitution. If she will refer to the California Constitution, Article 22, Section 16, she will find that even Supreme Court justices are subject to confirmation. Or, in rare instances, when it is found that these justices are not practicing the rule of law, but instead radical politics, the lowly electorate, for which she has shown such disdain, may remove same from office. RON LESOVSKY Los Alamitos
TRAVEL
July 25, 1999
France--Antonietta Potter, Glendale: "Europeds, 761 Lighthouse Ave., Suite H, Monterey, Calif. 93940; telephone (800) 321-9552, fax (831) 655-4501. One-week "Provence Combo" biking and walking tour in France had fantastic tour guides and food." Cost: $2,595 per person, double occupancy; land only. New York--Ron Lesovsky, Huntington Beach: "Hotel Bedford, 118 E. 40th St., New York 10016; tel. (800) 221-6881. Well-maintained older hotel in midtown. Attentive staff. Free continental breakfast."
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 24, 1988
The editorial "Gangs: the Long Road" (Sept. 9) is a classic example of "Where you stand depends on where you sit." While lauding the commendable and good efforts of political and business leaders for developing programs for job training, drug education, and attempts to steer youngsters away from gang activity, The Times could not resist a jab at Police Chief Daryl Gates' reaction to the murder of one of his officers when he labeled the criminals "no...
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