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June 29, 1991 | RICK HOLGUIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A Hollywood man who admitted in a television newscast that he has contracted the AIDS virus has been suspended from his job at a Torrance factory and expects to be fired after more than five years of employment there. Everardo Mariscal, 26, was placed on paid leave Wednesday by officials at Simpson Race Products, which manufactures helmets, fire-retardant suits and other accessories for race car drivers.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 29, 1991 | RICK HOLGUIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A Hollywood man who admitted in a television newscast that he has contracted the AIDS virus has been suspended from his job at a Torrance factory and expects to be fired after more than five years of employment there. Everardo Mariscal, 26, was placed on paid leave Wednesday by officials at Simpson Race Products, which manufactures helmets, fire-retardant suits and other accessories for race car drivers.
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July 2, 1991
Los Angeles attorney Gloria Allred said she will file a complaint today with the state Department of Fair Employment and Housing on behalf of a man who was suspended from his job in Torrance because he publicly admitted he tested positive for the AIDS virus. Everado Mariscal, 26, was suspended from his job last Wednesday, a day after he disclosed his illness on a news program on Channel 52, a Spanish-language TV station.
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July 17, 1991 | ERIC MALNIC, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A Hollywood man, suspended from work after he admitted on television that he had contracted the AIDS virus, announced Tuesday that he has won reinstatement to his job. "I feel very happy today because I'm now able to return to work," Everardo Mariscal read from a statement during a news conference at the office of his attorney, Gloria Allred. "I hope that this settlement will help educate everyone, so that they will understand that the virus . . .
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July 4, 1990 | SUE MARTIN
THE MOVIE: "Days of Thunder" THE SET-UP: Speedster Cole Trickle (Tom Cruise, pictured) plays a rookie car racer who, with the help of the crusty car mechanic, Harry Hogge (Robert Duvall), goes through the NASCAR circuit, winning, losing and loving a sultry MD, Claire Lewicki (Nicole Kidman). THE LOOK: Our hero slides into this film on the back of a motorcycle, headed for a driving tryout at the Daytona track.
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July 15, 1993 | SHAV GLICK
Six years ago, Nicki Taylor was making banana splits and selling sandwiches at the family-owned ice cream parlor on the main street of Big Bear Lake, where she and husband Bill, a former Pacific Coast stock car champion, had moved to retire. Retirement didn't take. Today, Nicki and Bill travel to all 29 Winston Cup stock car races--from Florida to California and back--in their 38-foot motorhome, working with NASCAR, Simpson Race Products, Busch and the Pennzoil Bahari racing team.
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