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Articles from Daily News (Los Angeles, CA) (February 6, 1996)

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'CLEAN PLATE' PHILOSOPHY FLAWED. 557
'HONEY, THEY'RE PLAYING OUR SONG'. 96
3 TEEN-AGERS SHOT ON WAY TO SCHOOL\Crenshaw-area gunfire unprovoked, officers say. 321
A LIFE TOO SHORT\Chaparral student mourned. 818
A.V. HIGH CLASS OF '76 PLANS REUNION. 398
ACADEMY DEVELOPERS PLAN TO SUBDIVIDE LOT. 106
AMERICAN HONORED FOR WWII EFFORTS. 163
AND THE OSCAR GOES TO . . . OSCAR. 494
ANTELOPE VALLEY BRIEFLY\Truck passenger dies after gunshots in Llano. 120
BALLPARK RISES\JetHawks stadium due for completion; 1st game April 16. 377
BIZWATCH\MARKETS. 513
BOARD MAY CUT 6 JOBS TO FUND HOT LINE, HOME\$404,700 savings would go toward mental health facility. 487
BOATER CONVICTED IN FATAL CRASH AT PYRAMID LAKE. 597
BOY ARRESTED IN BURGLARY AFTER TRYING TO SELL RIFLE. 569
BRIEFLY\Greenberg offers apology to students. 307
BRUINS HAVE IMPROVED SINCE HAWAII DUNKING\Early losses might have helped. Statistical Data Included 876
CAL STATE NORTHRIDGE (5-15, 1-1) AT CAL POLY SAN LUIS OBISPO (10-10,\2-0). 101
CHICAGO (28-15-11) AT KINGS (17-24-12). 97
CIVILIANS AID ARREST OF HIT, RUN MOTORIST. 114
CLINTON PROPOSES 1997 BUDGET PLAN. 475
CLIPPERS KICK ONE AWAY TO WARRIORS\GOLDEN STATE 128, CLIPPERS 124. 704
COACH FINDS JOY IN SEEING RUNNERS WORK\T.O. cross country leader to be honored with hall of fame award. 858
COLD SNAP PLAGUES FLORIDA'S FARMERS. 583
COMMISSIONER'S SON WON'T TOUCH AIRPORT AFFAIRS, LAW FIRM SAYS. 312
CONEJO VALLEY BRIEFLY\Volunteers sought to assist patients. 147
COURTHOUSE FUGITIVE CAUGHT AFTER 11 DAYS. 377
DEAL REACHED ON DEVELOPING GM PROPERTY. 878
DEATH WATCH FOR A DUMP\Countdown begins on Lopez Landfill; some are skeptical. 522
DOW REACHES TENTATIVE SETTLEMENT WITH INSURER. 218
EDITORIAL\Medicare alert\Early deficit in trust fund is an omen of harder times ahead. Editorial 338
EDITORIAL\Presidential style. Editorial 180
EDITORIAL\Unreasonable appeal\Council keeps wasting money on redevelopment appeal. Editorial 315
ERIK MENENDEZ KNEW OF LYLE'S WIG, WITNESS SAYS. 295
EX-NEIGHBORS SHOCKED BY FAMILY SLAYINGS. 535
FLAG FOOTBALL BLENDS PAST WITH FUTURE. 704
FORD PLANS TO REVAMP SEDAN TO JUMPSTART SLUGGISH SALES. 337
FOUR HIGH SCHOOLS TO GO YEAR-ROUND. Statistical Data Included 714
FRIENDS REMEMBER KEVIN WILLIAMS. 346
GETTING A GRIP ON REAL SPORT\Club teaches youths basics of wrestling. 615
GOODRICH'S BIG SCORE\Former Bruins, Lakers star voted into Hall of Fame. 646
GRANADA HILLS' CHAN IS A CUT ABOVE OTHERS. 601
HANGING IN THERE FOR SPOTLESS RECORD\Neither coughs nor colds can keep this student out of class. 809
HASKINS 'DON'T NOMINATE ME'. 192
HIT-RUN THAT KILLED CALARTS STUDENT GETS DRIVER 5-YEAR TERM. 404
HOMETOWN HEROES\ATHLETES OF THE WEEK. 601
I-15 STILL SHUT AMID BLAST FEARS. 332
JUBILEES\Alspektor. 208
JUDGE ORDERS CLINTON SUBPOENA. 564
LAKERS (26-19) AT DENVER (19-26). 187
LAPD VETERAN INSTRUCTS KIDS ON RULES OF ROAD. 463
LAUSD LIKELY TO SET RECORD FOR ENROLLMENT. Statistical Data Included 334
LOCAL NOTES\Agoura loses star to injury at party. 198
LOCAL NOTES\Announcements . . . 611
LOCAL NOTES\Rancho Simi recreation . . . 586
LOCAL ROUNDUP\Royal wins, closes in on league title. 353
MAJOR LEAGUE SOCCER HOLDS FIRST DRAFT TODAY. 450
MAN GETS 6 MONTHS FOR EXPOSING HIMSELF TO CHILD. 537
MCA THEME PARK SET FOR JAPAN. 421
MOCK-TRIAL TEAM TRIES FOR HAPPY ENDING. 491
MOLDY MEMORIES IN BASEMENT BOXES PROVIDE NOSTALGIC PICTURES OF\DAYS PAST. 756
MOLESTATION CHARGES THROWN OUT. 137
MOORPARK TEEN-AGER ARRESTED IN ASSAULT. 315
MUSKETEERS SEEK RESPECT AGAINST SAINTS. 554
NEWS LITE\And sit up straight in the Oval Office. 761
NEWS REAL\Fans cheer dependable 'Coach'. 445
NO U-TURN FOR CITY ON INFO HIGHWAY. 366
ODDEST OF COUPLES HAS POLITICAL BENT. 578
One year ago, Ed O'Bannon was midway through his dream season.\Today, the former Bruins' go-to guy is...\NOTHING BUT A NET. 1130
OUTSIDER TAKES OVER AT HILTON. 196
OWNER LOOKS AT SOUTHLAND SITES FOR TEAM. 803
PATRICIA GEORGE, ACTRESS, AT 64. Obituary 137
PENTAGON QUESTIONS B-2 PROGRAM. 611
POLICE CHIEF TO SPEAK AT SIMI PTA EVENT MARKING ANNIVERSARY. 389
POPE URGES GUATEMALANS TO END 35-YEAR CIVIL WAR. 293
PUBLIC FORUM\A memorial to Kelly The picture says it all. Editorial 1405
RAPPER AIMED TO KILL, JURY TOLD IN CLOSING. 343
RED WINGS ANSWER THEIR CRITICS -- ON THE ICE. 911
SANTA CLARITA BRIEFLY\CalArts film students to air work on PBS. 186
SCHOOL TV PICK PUT ON HOLD\LAUSD board questions superintendent's choice, selection process\as issue pulled from agenda. 728
SEA WOLF\A level-headed young actor copes with teen-idol status, storm-tossed\TV and film roles. 1443
SEARCH FOR A MISSING CHILDHOOD\Artist evokes loss in 'Hadrian's Room'. 527
SIMI FIRES OFFICER; LOSS THE 7TH SINCE OCTOBER. 315
SIMI VALLEY BRIEFLY\Simi band plans to hold carwash. 150
SIMPSON ADDRESSES ISSUES ON TV SHOW. 673
SOLDIER WAS HOLDING AMMO, AUTOPSY SHOWS. 417
STATE FUND GETS TOUGH\Smaller firms pressed for more accountability. 905
STATES ENTER BUDGET FRAY\Governors offer bipartisan Medicaid plan. 1034
STUDY CITY MISUSING OFFICE SPACE. 193
SUPERVISORS TO VOTE ON REPRIEVE FOR LIBRARIES. 503
T.O. MAN LINKED TO 3 ASSAULT CASES. 464
THE SCREEN\"NYPD Blue". Television Program Review 287
THOSE WHO RECALL '50S AS CAREFREE NEED REALITY CHECK. 700
TURNING POINT ON AIDS?\Researchers are talking less and less about an actual vaccine\- still an elusive goal - and more about drugs that inhibit the\virus' movement. Editorial 718
TWO PLEAD GUILTY TO FRAUD\Chiropractors' offices broke insurance law. 193
U.N. PLANS 10% LAYOFF TO TRIM DEBT. Statistical Data Included 231
UP TO ITS PEACHES IN SLEAZE, 'SAVANNAH' CHOKES ON PIT. 312
USC NOTES\Harris, Anchrum through as Trojans. 378
VAL VERDE PARK POOL FACILITY TO BE REBUILT. 467
VIRGIN RECORDS' $80 MILLION WOMAN WANTS SOME R&R. 736
WARRIORS HOLD OFF CLIPPERS' RALLY\GOLDEN STATE 128, CLIPPERS 124. 734
WASTELL HAS FOUND A HOME\Left waiting by CSUN, guard now starts for Sacramento St. 574
WINNING FIFTH-GRADERS TURNING PENS TO MAGIC. 2060
WRESTLING COACH WILL RETIRE (AGAIN)\Gillians going out on high note after leading Quartz Hill to best\season in years. 506
ZEANAH WANTS PANEL TO STUDY WATER PLANT SALE\Councilwoman wants to avoid $75 million facility upgrade. 569

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