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February 16, 1991 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
The same typewriter that prepared labels on packages containing mail bombs that killed a federal judge and a civil rights lawyer was used to write death threats against at least 16 other federal judges, prosecutors said in Atlanta. Mail bombs killed U.S. 11th Circuit Judge Robert S. Vance in Mountain Brook, Ala., and lawyer Robert Robinson, a Savannah, Ga., alderman, in December, 1989. Walter Leroy Moody Jr., 56, of Rex, Ga.
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February 16, 1991 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
The same typewriter that prepared labels on packages containing mail bombs that killed a federal judge and a civil rights lawyer was used to write death threats against at least 16 other federal judges, prosecutors said in Atlanta. Mail bombs killed U.S. 11th Circuit Judge Robert S. Vance in Mountain Brook, Ala., and lawyer Robert Robinson, a Savannah, Ga., alderman, in December, 1989. Walter Leroy Moody Jr., 56, of Rex, Ga.
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BUSINESS
February 8, 1993 | Associated Press
If it sells coffee, maybe it will sell books. That seems to be the idea behind "Love Over Gold," a novel based on a TV commercial for instant coffee. The book by Susan Moody (pen name Susannah James) takes up the story of the cool, elegant woman and the cheerful hunk who like their coffee quick and hot, their romance coy and simmering. In Britain, where the product is called Nescafe Gold Blend, the flirtation is now in its fifth smash-hit year.
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December 16, 1993 | MARGARET ROACH, NEWSDAY
Deck the halls with boughs of holly, but don't stop there. The botanical world has more to offer than just traditional greenery when it comes to decorating for Christmas, and the alternatives--as likely to be from the farmer's market or your own back yard as from the florist--often do the job more easily and cheaply. The key, the professionals agree: Keep it simple. "Use just a few things, and be unfussy about it," says Barbara Milo Ohrbach, whose latest book, "Simply Flowers" (Clarkson N.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 20, 1991 | MAIA DAVIS, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
A proposed low-income apartment development originally opposed by some Moorpark residents as a potential source of crime was killed by the Moorpark City Council early Thursday after another public protest that shifted the focus of criticism to population-density issues.
NEWS
February 5, 1998
Publisher's Weekly called Bentley Little's "The Ignored" (Signet Fiction) "a nightmarishly brilliant tour de force of modern life in America."
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 20, 1991 | SANTIAGO O'DONNELL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The battle lines are being drawn on an almost daily basis in neighborhoods from Ojai to Thousand Oaks. For every attempt to bring cheap housing or some new mental health or other social services facility to Ventura County, at least some local residents raise their voice in opposition: * A proposal to bring the first daytime homeless shelter to the east county is defeated after residents living near the proposed site pack the Thousand Oaks City Council chambers to speak out against it.
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May 19, 1996 | Bruce Newman, Bruce Newman's last piece for the magazine was on Magic Johnson
The office with my name on the door was two small rooms on the second floor of a bank building on Cahuenga, at the end of a corridor that smelled of rye whiskey and Aqua Velva. Aqua Velva was my partner, a Hopi Indian with a face like a police sketch. She was blind in one eye and had a tendency to retain water whenever trouble was coming.
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