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February 16, 1999 | JAMES F. SMITH, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Along a curving white-sand bay framed by austere desert mountains, the billboards for the beachfront condos proclaim "Act Now--Only 42 Available" and "Location, Location, Location." The signs aren't in Spanish. They are in plain realtor's English. Although the Mexican Constitution forbids foreigners to directly own land within 30 miles of the coast, they can hold it through trusts. And English is the preferred language for pushing these home sites 800 miles south of the U.S.
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February 16, 1999 | JAMES F. SMITH, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Along a curving white-sand bay framed by austere desert mountains, the billboards for the beachfront condos proclaim "Act Now--Only 42 Available" and "Location, Location, Location." The signs aren't in Spanish. They are in plain realtor's English. Although the Mexican Constitution forbids foreigners to directly own land within 30 miles of the coast, they can hold it through trusts. And English is the preferred language for pushing these home sites 800 miles south of the U.S.
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SPORTS
April 9, 1989
Bay City Softball Tournaments is sponsoring a charity slow-pitch tournament in conjunction with the Torrance Civitan Club on May 20. Proceeds help abused children. Upper- and lower-division men's and women's teams will compete. The one-day tournament will be played at a South Bay park to be announced later. Team entry fees for the double-elimination tournament are $150. BCST also offers a weekly schedule of softball tournaments at fields in Southern California. For more information, contact Larry Lister at 542-3151 or Ella Rose Alexander at 371-6700.
BUSINESS
June 25, 2002 | From Associated Press
Congressional investigators Monday were looking at new information that appears to contradict what Martha Stewart and her now-suspended broker have said about her sale of ImClone Systems Inc. stock. A House committee is interested in a widening circle of Stewart acquaintances. The latest is a doctor who also sold shares of the biotech company shortly before the government announced it had rejected ImClone's approval application for the cancer drug Erbitux.
SPORTS
February 26, 1997 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Conflicting versions have emerged of former heavyweight boxing champion Riddick Bowe's departure from the Marines. Marine Corps spokesman Maj. Rick Long was quoted in Tuesday's editions of the Washington Post as saying Bowe "refused to train" and wanted out. However Long later told the Associated Press that Bowe's departure was a mutual decision and he knew of no specific instances when Bowe outright refused to follow orders.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 16, 2009 | Adam Tschorn
Richard "Dick" Baker, who helped shape the surf apparel industry as president of the Surf Industry Manufacturers Assn. and president and chief executive of the iconic Ocean Pacific brand, has died. He was 62. Baker, who lived in San Clemente, died after a two-year battle with cancer Tuesday morning at Mission Hospital in Mission Viejo.
MAGAZINE
April 19, 1998
Bernard C. Parks, L.A. chief of police San Jose del Cabo, Mexico "I just came back from my second trip to Cabo. My wife and I went last winter and liked it so much that I told her I'd take her back this year for her birthday. We stayed at the Palmilla in San Jose del Cabo. The beaches there are extraordinary--greenish-blue water, palm trees and white sand.
SPORTS
February 28, 1997 | THOMAS BONK
In one kind of golf slump, you hit the ball well but just can't score. In the other, you look as if you're emptying trash cans when you swing and the hole is the size of a bathtub drain. Corey Pavin's slump is the first kind. It's not as if he isn't even close, he insists, because he is. "I haven't gotten off to the greatest start, but my game is starting to come around and I'm starting to feel confident," he says. That's comforting to the 36-year-old 1995 U.S.
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