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April 9, 1992 | Dianne Klein
Scott Warneke, 13 years old, a skinny kid with red hair and freckles, has a voice that projects . It seems pretty serious, this voice, earnest, although it cracks its share of jokes. It is a very confident voice. "My first director, Jody Davidson at the Laguna Playhouse, helped me a lot," Scott says. "She always told me not to hold back and just go all the way."
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April 9, 1992 | Dianne Klein
Scott Warneke, 13 years old, a skinny kid with red hair and freckles, has a voice that projects . It seems pretty serious, this voice, earnest, although it cracks its share of jokes. It is a very confident voice. "My first director, Jody Davidson at the Laguna Playhouse, helped me a lot," Scott says. "She always told me not to hold back and just go all the way."
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January 27, 1987 | ELLEN APPEL
Until this year, potluck at a private residence has been the get-together agenda for the Orange County branch of the Arthritis Foundation. But last week at the group's 25th anniversary celebration, 65 members gathered at the Turnip Rose in Orange to sip champagne and dine on Caesar salad, chicken cacciatore and pecan torte. "This is to say that we've done something together, and we want to honor ourselves," said Michael Matsler, the group's incoming president.
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August 24, 1989 | RICK VANDERKNYFF, Times Staff Writer
Audiences didn't see young Scott Warneke in "Gorillas in the Mist." His small role in the movie ended up on the cutting room floor. But that's OK with Scott. The red-haired, freckle-faced 11-year-old from Dana Point got to fly to England with his mother for filming, met actress Sigourney Weaver and toured some real live castles. And he got an edited version of his cut scenes for his burgeoning portfolio.
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March 29, 1990 | ANN CONWAY
Once upon a time, Cinderella showed up at a ball dressed like Mother Goose. As hard as she tried to walk and talk like the den mum of storybook characters, she still came off as the pretty little girl who'd landed herself a prince. What was her secret? "I actually married a prince!" said Marcia Coy, chairwoman of the Pacific Chorale's "Storybook Ball" at the Irvine Marriott on Saturday night. "And I'm living happily ever after. Warren has me on a pedestal.
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March 16, 1986 | HERBERT J. VIDA
For 47 years, Bob Jones of Fullerton worked as an engineer in aircraft factories, quite a change from his earlier reputation as a master puppet maker and performer. But during those years as an engineer, he kept in touch with his puppet and marionette friends and now has brought them to life again. Jones, 73, thinks he has lost a little of the touch that made him a master at his marionette craft, but Alan Cook of North Hollywood, a major collector of puppets and marionettes, believes otherwise.
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June 8, 1986 | Herbert J. Vida
Freckle-faced Scott Warneke, 8, was giving a good account, outlining to television viewers the problems juvenile rheumatoid arthritis has caused him since age 2. Seated next to him during the Childrens Miracle Network national telethon was his father, David Warneke, 32, of Dana Point.
ENTERTAINMENT
April 24, 1987 | HERMAN WONG, Times Staff Writer
"Special Class," the Laguna Moulton Playhouse youth production that opens at 7:30 p.m. today, is a special case of real-life casting. The children's theater work by Brian Kral, which was premiered in 1976 by the Rainbow Company of Las Vegas and performed in 1984 at the Kennedy Center in Washington, is about a public school class for the physically and mentally handicapped.
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December 8, 2001 | HENRY WEINSTEIN, TIMES LEGAL AFFAIRS WRITER
Federal prosecutors filed immigration fraud charges Friday against two Pakistani students who were being held for questioning after the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks. A federal magistrate unsealed the charges, originally lodged Nov. 5 by federal prosecutors, one day after an immigration judge ruled Thursday that the students would not be deported if they left the country voluntarily by Dec. 21.
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April 14, 1987 | Ann Conway
Food, glorious food--not the tea poured from gleaming silver service--had the women talking at the Adoption Guild Patroness Tea on Thursday. "The lemon bars are the best in Newport," said Hyla Bertea, licking a speck of powdered sugar from a perfectly manicured finger. "One pound per tea. That's what I gain every time I come to one of these."
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