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June 2, 1989
Hughes Aircraft Co. in Torrance won a $926,800 contract from the Air Force to supply traveling wave tubes.
June 25, 1987
The New Jersey Supreme Court broadly expanded the right-to-die guidelines it first laid down in the Karen Quinlan case, ruling that the wishes of a comatose or terminally ill person to refuse artificial life-support must be respected.
June 11, 2012 | By Karin Klein
San Onofre's two nuclear-power units have been down for months and will stay that way for months more. Late last week, Southern California Edison officials acknowledged that after early hopes that the reactors would be running safely in time for the summer energy load, it isn't going to happen. They'll have a plan by midsummer for reopening Unit 2, but then the plan will have to go through the lengthy regulatory process. And no one seems even remotely confident of when Unit 3 might return, and if it does, at what level of power?
March 28, 2012 | By Abby Sewell, Los Angeles Times
The U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission, citing serious concerns about equipment failures at the San Onofre nuclear power plant, has prohibited Southern California Edison from restarting the plant until the problems are thoroughly understood and fixed. The plant has been shut down for two months, the longest in San Onofre's history, after a tube leak in one of the plant's steam generators released a small amount of radioactive steam. Since then, unusual wear has been found on hundreds of tubes that carry radioactive water.
September 14, 1985 | (UPI)
The Sunday Philadelphia Inquirer and the Monday editions of the Inquirer and Daily News will not be published because company officers and nine striking unions have not reached contract agreements, a newspaper spokesman said Friday. "Sunday's paper is down the tubes, Monday's paper is down the tubes," Bill Broom, spokesman for Philadelphia Newspapers Inc., said. The company had hoped to reach a settlement by noon Friday with the 4,700 union employees who walked off the job eight days ago.
September 23, 1998
Another victory for convenience--and laziness. Yoplait's Gogurt Portable Yogurt requires no spoon and little effort to eat. The squeezable yogurt in a tube can be eaten cold and creamy straight from the refrigerator or frozen and eaten like a yogurt Popsicle. If you plan on sending it in lunch boxes, Yoplait recommends freezing the tubes first. Gogurt Portable Yogurt from Yoplait; look for it in the dairy case of your grocery store.
September 4, 1997 | THE WASHINGTON POST
Chlamydia is a sexually transmitted infection caused by a bacterium, Chlamydia trachomatis. * More than 4 million Americans are infected annually, most of them sexually active adolescents and young adults. * Most men with chlamydia have a burning sensation while urinating or a discharge from the penis; some men have no symptoms. * In men, infection sometimes spreads to the epididymis (a tube that carries sperm from the testis), causing pain and fever.
April 30, 1989 | RICK HOLGUIN, Times Staff Writer
The refuse-to-energy plant that has failed to meet emissions standards also has fallen short of its revenue goals primarily because of equipment failure, a plant official said. Developed and operated by the county Sanitation Districts and Commerce, the plant here has finished the last two fiscal years with a combined deficit of about $2.6 million, according to financial records. The facility was fired up in December, 1986. Plant officials attribute the shortfalls to problems associated with start-up and the failure of boiler tubes.
May 21, 1989 | VIRGINIA GRAY
AFTER A career of building props such as giant hamburgers and toothpaste tubes for TV commer cials, British-born artist Chris Collicott sought more-personalized self-expression. So three years ago, he began haunting Los Angeles hardware stores and making vases out of sandblasted test tubes set into metal and concrete stands. The elegant vases soon caught the eye of the owners of Clodagh Ross Williams in Manhattan and Jo Wilder of Wilder Place in L.A. Collicott, a former graphic artist, also took up designing clocks--an ironic move for someone who dislikes wearing a watch.
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