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Articles from Daily News (Los Angeles, CA) (August 20, 1998)

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3 TEENS NABBED IN BURGLARY; IRONICALLY, STORE CLOSED MONTHS AGO. 219
A LA CARTE : VALLEY'S BUSY BISTROS. 646
A SPRINKLING OF FAITH, HOPE; ALL-FEMALE QUARTET POINT OF GRACE MAKING IMPACT IN WORD, DEED. 792
A.V. FAIR LOOKING FOR AMBASSADORS. 327
AEROSPACE ALLIANCE ADOPTS SHELTER; FACILITY TO GET MORE FUNDS, VOLUNTEERS. 490
ANTICIPATED DYNASTY TRAGICALLY CRUMBLED. 389
BIG BASH PARTY IN CHICAGO; MCGWIRE AND SOSA PLAY HOME RUN DERBY : ST. LOUIS 8, CHICAGO 6. Statistical Data Included 581
BOARD TO GROW BY THREE; PUBLIC CONTROL SOUGHT FOR 6,000-ACRE SITE. 625
BRIEFLY : DAD'S CAR RUNS OVER TODDLER IN DRIVEWAY. 376
BRIEFLY : FIRECRACKER DENTS MAILBOX IN CASTAIC. 115
BRIEFLY : GETTY CAR RAMPAGE SPURS FELONY CHARGE. 448
BRIEFLY : SEALS WRECKS KNEE IN SUMMER LEAGUE. 486
BRUINS BRIMMING WITH GREATER EXPECTATIONS. 504
BUSINESS NOTES : CSUN MAY ADD SITE FOR POST-PRODUCTION. 108
CHARTER REFORM SHOULD BE TIMELY, CLEAR, CONSISTENT. Editorial 482
CHEVALIER'S CHALLENGE; CSUN'S NEWEST ASSISTANT JUMPED AT UNEXPECTED OPPORTUNITY. 916
CHOOSING A TEAM ON THE FLY; COMPETITIVE FLY-FISHING HASN'T CAUGHT ON IN U.S. 988
CITY FILES CHARGES AGAINST TELEMARKETING COMPANIES. 237
CITY NOTES: A BRAVE NEW WORLD FOR PATRIOTS : STROH AND HARP BACK ON SIDELINES. 568
COLLEGE CLOCK TICKING AS LILLICH ENTERS FINAL YEAR; GYMNAST FLOURISHES IN UCSB ENVIRONMENT. 548
COLLEGE PLANS DRAW CONCERN; MISSION'S BUILDING PROPOSALS WOULD AFFECT EL CARISO GOLF COURSE. 718
COLLEGE, BIOTECH FIRMS JOIN IN PROGRAM; MOORPARK STUDENTS HAVE OPPORTUNITY TO LEARN JOB SKILLS. 416
COUNTY GUNFIRE DEATHS OF KIDS RISE. Statistical Data Included 274
COUNTY RETAIL SALES LAGGING. Statistical Data Included 593
CROWN BOOKS TO CLOSE SEVEN SOUTHLAND STORES. 434
CSUN NOTEBOOK: LOFTY GOALS FOR NEW MATADOR : BLUE HOPES RETURN HOME MEANS BIG YEAR. 628
DEPUTIES TO BEGIN CURFEW SWEEPS; RESIDENTS' COMPLAINTS SPUR PROGRAM TO TARGET LOITERING YOUTHS. 372
DISTRICT 51 STARS FALL TO 0-2. 353
DODGERS NOTEBOOK: NO DOMBROWSKI MEETING --- LASORDA. 539
DRAWING LINE ON JOB; ANIMATED-FILM FEST TO OFFER CAREER FOCUS. 475
DRILLER DIES AT U.S. BORAX; MAN DROWNS IN MUDDY PIT; FEDERAL, STATE AGENCIES BEGIN PROBE. 338
EDITORIAL : RAISING THE BAR; CHIEF PARKS IS RESTORING DISCIPLINE TO THE LAPD. Editorial 364
EDITORIAL : STAYING IN SCHOOL; DROPOUT RATE FOR L.A. HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS IS ON DECLINE. Editorial 382
EDITORIAL : THUMBS UP. Editorial 93
EDUCATION FIRST; NEW SCHOOL OPENS DOORS. 539
EMBLEM KIDS IN UNIFORMS. 368
EXTRA! EXTRA! THE HEARST HASSLE BILLIONAIRE'S HEIRS OFF TO POORHOUSE? GRANDCHILDREN PRESS FIGHT TO ALTER WILL PRIVATE DISPUTE OVER NEWSPAPER MOGUL'S ESTATE FINALLY GOES PUBLIC. 1255
FOUNDATION HEALTH STOCK TUMBLES 14.61 PERCENT. 348
GOLF NOTES: FERGUSON PREVAILS IN SCORECARD PLAYOFF. 466
HELLS ANGELS' SUIT CONSIDERED FOR CLASS ACTION. 448
HOFFMAN FACING TROUBLED TIMES : PITTSBURGH 6, DODGERS 5. 661
IN BRIEF. 288
JACK COMES BACK WITH A VENGEANCE : ANGELS 2, DETROIT 0. 596
JETHAWKS NOTEBOOK: JETHAWKS ARE STREAKING : LANCASTER SQUAD HAS ONE-GAME ADVANTAGE FOR WILD-CARD PLAYOFF SPOT. 486
JETHAWKS STAY AHEAD OF MODESTO WITH WIN : JETHAWKS 4, SAN BERNARDINO 2. 511
KERKORIAN RAISES MGM STAKE. 290
L.A. COUNTY AGENCY READY TO DISTRIBUTE $6 MILLION. Statistical Data Included 439
LOW SCORE NOT REALLY IMPORTANT TO VOGES. 1155
MALLS FACING SCHOOL-DAYS STEALING CRAZE. 832
MILBURNS ON THE MOVE; SPORTS-MINDED FAMILY KEEPS ODOMETER RUNNING. 645
NEWS LITE : THROWING GOOD BOOK AT LADY DI. 713
NICE AIM; NOW DO IT IN A HURRY; WORLD'S FINEST AT SPEED-SHOOTING EVENT THIS WEEK. 736
NO LEAF UNTURNED; CHARGERS OVERHAUL OFFENSE IN HOPES OF RETURN TO GLORY. 1193
NOTEBOOK: SHAPIRO SAYS PAYDAY IS OVERDUE. 420
NOTES: FAITH BAPTIST ROYALS STUMBLE IN FINALS. 249
NOTES: SEIDMAN RECEIVES TOP HONOR. 330
OIL FIRM LIABLE IN DEATHS; JUDGE RULES ON 1994 INCIDENT THAT KILLED 3 WORKERS. 409
PARKS HAILS LAPD STRIDES; 82 OUT OF 102 GOALS ACHIEVED, CHIEF SAYS. 1093
PROSECUTORS SEEKING CLINTON DNA FOR TEST. Statistical Data Included 898
PUBLIC FORUM : IF CLINTON HAD ANY CHARACTER, HE'D RESIGN NOW. Editorial 1546
QUICK STUDIES; BEFORE CLASSES BEGIN, YOUNG SCHOLARS GET THEIR ACTS TOGETHER. 1257
ROAD SLATED TO RECEIVE NEW PAVING. 197
ROSEN IS NEW DEAN OF UCLA FILM SCHOOL. 120
SENIOR CITIZEN HOUSING PROPOSED IN AGOURA HILLS. 405
SETTLING IN THE RIGHT SPOT; FREQUENT MOVER HARRISON SHOULD HELP THE MASTER'S. 662
SPARKS FIZZLE OUT : HOUSTON 80, SPARKS 71. 136
STATE SENDING CITIES LETTERS ON SOAR LIMITS. 656
STUDY LAUDS WELFARE PROGRAM; COUNTY'S JOBS-FIRST APPROACH WORKING. Statistical Data Included 518
T.O. PIPE LEAKS SEWAGE; PROBLEM LINE SPILLS 15,000 GALLONS OF WASTEWATER. 508
TEEN FILMS DO DISAPPOINTING BIZ. 721
TIDAL TANGO; TANDEM SURFING REGAINS POPULARITY. 863
TIME TO LEAVE TARZANA - IN TEARS. 693
TOP OF THE LINEUP : BASEBALL. 187
TRAVELING TEEN-AGERS EXPLORE EUROPE. 549
USC NOTEBOOK: NO WORD FROM WOODS; OFFENSE IS SHARP IN SCRIMMAGE. 471
VALLEY GETS SHOW-BIZ BREAK; PAX NETWORK DEBUT SET : LIVE SHOW TO AIR AUG. 31 FROM UNIVERSAL STUDIOS. 1207
VALLEY PETITION-DRIVE BILL WINS UNANIMOUS SENATE APPROVAL. Statistical Data Included 749
VALLEY SCHOOLS OUTPACE LAUSD IN SAT AVERAGE; 3 CAMPUSES TOP STATE, U.S. MARKS. Statistical Data Included 535
VICA DECLINES TO JOIN REFORM GROUP. 726
VICTIM OF SOICUMSTANCE?; WANT MORE INFO ON STOOGE EVENTS, EH? SPREAD OUT! 158
WILSON SIGNS BILLS TO UPGRADE EDUCATION; MEASURES LENGTHEN SCHOOL YEAR, BUY BOOKS. 539

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