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October 28, 2004 | From Associated Press
President Bush says he loved his time as managing general partner of the Texas Rangers, but isn't interested in a job as baseball commissioner when he's out of work at the White House. "I'm not sure what I'd like to do after serving the country," Bush said in an ESPN "SportsCenter" interview to be broadcast on the eve of Tuesday's general election. "But I had a wonderful time in baseball," Bush said. "I loved my time there.
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October 28, 2004 | From Associated Press
President Bush says he loved his time as managing general partner of the Texas Rangers, but isn't interested in a job as baseball commissioner when he's out of work at the White House. "I'm not sure what I'd like to do after serving the country," Bush said in an ESPN "SportsCenter" interview to be broadcast on the eve of Tuesday's general election. "But I had a wonderful time in baseball," Bush said. "I loved my time there.
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January 21, 1999 | AGNES DIGGS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A jury Wednesday found a South Gate man guilty in the murder for hire of a popular Fairfax district silent movie theater owner. Christian Rodriguez, 21, faces a possible death sentence because the 1997 murder of 74-year-old Lawrence Austin involved special circumstances of lying in wait and murder for financial gain. Rodriguez also was convicted of the attempted murder of the theater's 19-year-old concession worker, attempted robbery and commercial burglary.
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January 21, 1999 | AGNES DIGGS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A jury Wednesday found a South Gate man guilty in the murder for hire of a popular Fairfax district silent movie theater owner. Christian Rodriguez, 21, faces a possible death sentence because the 1997 murder of 74-year-old Lawrence Austin involved special circumstances of lying in wait and murder for financial gain. Rodriguez also was convicted of the attempted murder of the theater's 19-year-old concession worker, attempted robbery and commercial burglary.
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