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October 19, 1988 | SHERYL STOLBERG, Times Staff Writer
When the Ecclesia Athletic Assn. moved into the farmhouse down the road from Linda Zade, she did not like what she saw: Children, some of them toddlers, jogging in the rain or doing jumping jacks in the hot sun or being loaded into a pickup truck to go to work in nearby berry fields. It was June, 1987, and Zade, along with other neighbors, complained about the treatment of the children to Clackamas County authorities, who were already well aware of the controversial Watts-based group.
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FOOD
December 18, 2002 | Regina Schrambling, Special to The Times
It's easy to describe the ideal Christmas cookie: kid-simple to make, rich but not really sweet, a good keeper but so buttery-crunchy you want to eat the whole batch before they cool. Deciding on a name for this perfection is apparently a little trickier. Is it a snowball or a butterball? A sand tart or a sandy? A pecan ball or an almond melt-away? My de facto mother-in-law, who is second-generation Polish, says they're Mexican wedding cakes.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 12, 1988 | SHERYL STOLBERG, Times Staff Writer
The Ecclesia Athletic Assn.'s neighbors in Oregon, who last year complained repeatedly that the Watts-based group was mistreating children, have persuaded that state's governor to hear their concerns. Gov. Neil Goldschmidt has arranged for top Oregon officials to meet next week with the residents of rural Sandy, who contend that proper investigation of their complaints could have prevented the death of one Ecclesia child and the alleged physical abuse of more than 40 others.
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July 5, 1993 | MATTHEW HELLER, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Azure-colored water ripples over the knife-edge of the pool, seeming to plunge into the valley below. As the sun sets, a couple relaxes in the pool's center, sipping a cocktail and admiring the view. The scene is not from a TV commercial for martinis or for an upscale resort. The pool, a stunning example of the increasingly popular "horizon" or "infinity" design, is in the back yard of a residence in Studio City above the San Fernando Valley.
FOOD
December 18, 2002 | Regina Schrambling, Special to The Times
It's easy to describe the ideal Christmas cookie: kid-simple to make, rich but not really sweet, a good keeper but so buttery-crunchy you want to eat the whole batch before they cool. Deciding on a name for this perfection is apparently a little trickier. Is it a snowball or a butterball? A sand tart or a sandy? A pecan ball or an almond melt-away? My de facto mother-in-law, who is second-generation Polish, says they're Mexican wedding cakes.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 5, 1993 | MATTHEW HELLER, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Azure-colored water ripples over the knife-edge of the pool, seeming to plunge into the valley below. As the sun sets, a couple relaxes in the pool's center, sipping a cocktail and admiring the view. The scene is not from a TV commercial for martinis or for an upscale resort. The pool, a stunning example of the increasingly popular "horizon" or "infinity" design, is in the back yard of a residence in Studio City above the San Fernando Valley.
NEWS
September 6, 1987
Valerie Harper is the star of NBC's "Valerie," not Jason Bateman, Sandy Duncan or anyone else. What's next, maybe Don King starring in "The Cosby Show"? John W. Adams, Los Angeles
NEWS
April 28, 1985 | FERN-RAE ABRAHAM, The Christian Science Monitor
Few gardeners ever think of growing ginger. Yet gardeners, as a rule, love to cook. It follows that sooner or later they will probably be involved in the ancient but popular method of wok cooking known as stir-frying, in which three out of five recipes specifically call for fresh ginger root. Cooks who want to use really fresh ginger root can grow it either on a patio, in a pot among window plants or in the garden.
NEWS
February 3, 1995 | Associated Press
Flooded rivers subsided Thursday, but a new enemy gnawed at the weakened, ancient structures that keep much of this country dry: swift currents that threatened to gouge the dikes. The latest problem is not high water but the speed with which river levels are dropping in the southeastern Netherlands. "It's a real danger," regional Dikemaster Jan Boer said. "When the waters decline, when the pressure disappears, there's a chance dikes will begin to float and shift. The whole dike can be torn open."
SPORTS
June 12, 1988 | United Press International
Utah Jazz owner Larry Miller says the 12,444-seat Salt Palace is too small. He said he must raise ticket prices, build a bigger arena or sell the team. He favors a larger complex, seating at least 18,000, and the Salt Palace Advisory Board agrees. Salt Lake County Commission Chairman Bart Barker said an advisory board will begin studying a proposal to spend between $50 million and $60 million on expansion, with about half that money going to construct a 25,000-seat sports arena.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 12, 1988 | SHERYL STOLBERG, Times Staff Writer
The Ecclesia Athletic Assn.'s neighbors in Oregon, who last year complained repeatedly that the Watts-based group was mistreating children, have persuaded that state's governor to hear their concerns. Gov. Neil Goldschmidt has arranged for top Oregon officials to meet next week with the residents of rural Sandy, who contend that proper investigation of their complaints could have prevented the death of one Ecclesia child and the alleged physical abuse of more than 40 others.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 19, 1988 | SHERYL STOLBERG, Times Staff Writer
When the Ecclesia Athletic Assn. moved into the farmhouse down the road from Linda Zade, she did not like what she saw: Children, some of them toddlers, jogging in the rain or doing jumping jacks in the hot sun or being loaded into a pickup truck to go to work in nearby berry fields. It was June, 1987, and Zade, along with other neighbors, complained about the treatment of the children to Clackamas County authorities, who were already well aware of the controversial Watts-based group.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 21, 1985 | Dave Palermo \f7
Investigators with three Orange County police departments are seeking a man who allegedly has been using bogus cashier's checks to purchase Mercedes-Benz automobiles from owners advertising in local newspapers. The man has purchased at least three of the expensive cars since July 9 from sellers in Garden Grove, Irvine and Cypress, according to Garden Grove Police Detective Fred Aiken.
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May 11, 1999
* "How to Write a Business Plan," the second in a series of four workshops by the Gold Coast Small Business Development Center, will be held from 1 to 4 p.m. Wednesday at 5700 Ralston St., Suite 310, Ventura. Topics will include critical elements of a plan, how to attract investors and additional sources of information for completing the plan. The cost is $15. Make reservations at 658-2688.
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