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August 1, 2004 | Mary Rourke, Times Staff Writer
Sam Edwards, an "everyman" character actor who appeared in a number of classic television series, including "Dragnet," "Gunsmoke" and "Mission: Impossible," as well as movies that ranged from a World War II drama, "Twelve O' Clock High," to a musical comedy, "Hello, Dolly!," has died. He was 89. Edwards suffered a heart attack and was admitted to a hospital near his home in Durango, Colo., where he died Wednesday, according to his stepson, William Edwards.
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August 1, 2004 | Mary Rourke, Times Staff Writer
Sam Edwards, an "everyman" character actor who appeared in a number of classic television series, including "Dragnet," "Gunsmoke" and "Mission: Impossible," as well as movies that ranged from a World War II drama, "Twelve O' Clock High," to a musical comedy, "Hello, Dolly!," has died. He was 89. Edwards suffered a heart attack and was admitted to a hospital near his home in Durango, Colo., where he died Wednesday, according to his stepson, William Edwards.
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February 11, 2002 | CATHERINE SAILLANT, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Dr. Sam Edwards, who oversaw a controversial expansion of Ventura County's public health clinics and helped modernize its public hospital, is stepping down as the hospital's administrator next month. Edwards, 64, recently told Health Care Agency Director Pierre Durand that he wanted to slow down and hand the over the reins of the Ventura County Medical Center to someone else.
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February 11, 2002 | CATHERINE SAILLANT, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Dr. Sam Edwards, who oversaw a controversial expansion of Ventura County's public health clinics and helped modernize its public hospital, is stepping down as the hospital's administrator next month. Edwards, 64, recently told Health Care Agency Director Pierre Durand that he wanted to slow down and hand the over the reins of the Ventura County Medical Center to someone else.
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November 30, 1990
Freddie Bradley of Moorpark College has been named a first-team junior college All-American by J.C. Grid-Wire. Bradley (6 feet, 195 pounds), a second-team selection last season, scored 180 points, rushed for 1,946 yards and had 2,428 all-purpose yards in leading Moorpark to an 8-2 record and a berth in the Western State Conference Bowl. Sophomore Lolesio Takapu (6-2, 235) of WSC Southern Division champion Glendale was selected as a second-team linebacker.
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October 17, 1987 | Brian Donohoe
Reseda 33, Venice 0 KEY PLAYS Reseda scored touchdowns on each of its four possessions in the first half to open a 27-0 lead. . . . Reseda drove 69 yards in 10 plays on their first drive of the third quarter to make the score 33-0. . . . Venice advanced to the Reseda 4-yard line in the fourth quarter, but penalties stalled the drive. . . . Reseda's Sam Edwards threw a 42-yard touchdown pass to David Wilson on a double-reverse option play in the second quarter.
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November 3, 1999
Tips for Today 9 a.m.-noon--Morning Becomes Eclectic: Actor John Lithgow is guest deejay (11:15 a.m.-noon), KCRW-FM (89.9). 11 a.m.-1 p.m.--Performance Today: "Milestones of the Millennium: Music and Cathedrals" (11 a.m.-noon); "Chatham Baroque" (noon-1 p.m.), KCSN-FM (88.5). 5-6 p.m.--Beneath the Surface: "Banking Laws: What Price Privacy?" KPFK-FM (90.7). 8:30-10 p.m.--Rockline: Music and interview with the Doobie Brothers, KCBS-FM (93.1). Drama-Comedy-Family 9-9:30 p.m., 2-2:30 a.m.
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March 20, 1996 | NICK GREEN
Measure X, the referendum over a new wing at Ventura County Medical Center, will be discussed today at a Thousand Oaks meeting sponsored by county Supervisor Frank Schillo. Dr. Sam Edwards, the medical center's administrator, will speak about the measure. Schillo will explain why the board supports the $56-million outpatient clinic, approved by the supervisors in 1994 but challenged by a rival Ventura hospital.
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November 29, 1989 | BRENDAN HEALEY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Moorpark College linebacker Tom Briggs has been named a J. C. Grid-Wire first-team All-American. One of three linebackers selected, Briggs, a 6-foot-6, 230-pound sophomore from Liverpool, N. Y., led Moorpark with 19 1/2 sacks and had an additional 16 1/2 tackles behind the line of scrimmage. Moorpark defensive coordinator Gil Mendoza said that Briggs' sack total was a school record. "We feel we had a lot of other good ballplayers too, but he was the one who stood out and shined," Mendoza said.
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December 15, 1990
The awards keep rolling in for Moorpark College tailback Freddie Bradley, who has been named as the J. C. Athletic Bureau's Region IV tri-offensive player of the year. Bradley shared the honor with Rancho Santiago running back Estrus Crayton and Palomar quarterback Brett Salisbury. Bradley, who broke several national career records this season, rushed for 2,123 yards and scored 32 touchdowns and 198 points for Moorpark. He recently was named Western State Conference player of the year and a J.
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December 10, 1987
OFFENSE Name Position School Height Weight Year Joe DeSchryver Receiver Hart 6-0 170 12 Kyle Jan Receiver Granada Hills 6-4 180 12 Sean Brown Tight End Granada Hills 6-3 220 12 Brian Jacobs Lineman Hart 6-5 255 12 Jack Swan Lineman El Camino Real 6-3 240 12 Chris Allen Lineman Alemany 6-2 230 12 Doug Kavulich Lineman Chaminade 6-2 240 12 Russell White Back Crespi 6-0 180 12 Darren Renfro Back Hart 5-10 165 12 Jeremy Leach Back Granada Hills 6-3 215 12 Chris Peery Back Canyon 6-1 200 10 Mike
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September 8, 1990
Freddie Bradley of Moorpark College and the Valley College trio of Sam Edwards, Marcus Bridges and Ed Bunn have been selected to the J. C. Grid-Wire preseason All-American football team. Bradley, a tailback, and Edwards, a defensive back, are first-team selections. Wide receiver Bridges and punter-kicker Bunn are second-team picks. Bradley rushed for 1,334 yards and scored a nation-leading 24 touchdowns last season to earn second-team All-American honors.
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