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Articles from Daily News (Los Angeles, CA) (August 30, 1998)

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A LEGEND IS LEAVING; TERM LIMITS ENDING SEN. DILLS CAREER THAT BEGAN IN 1930S. 1942
A LESSON FOR THE FUTURE; NORTHEAST VALLEY RESIDENTS SAY ELECTRONICS RETAILERS ARE GIVING THEIR COMMUNITY SHORT SHRIFT. 1397
A SIDEWAYS GLANCE : THEY MAY NOT BE SO WILD ABOUT MCNOWN ANY MORE. 204
ACROSS THE BOARD : THE WEEK AHEAD. 313
AGENCIES CREATE AFTER-SCHOOL PROGRAM IN ROSAMOND. 406
ANGELS ALL WET IN LOSS; MARTINEZ SUPERB IN SOGGY FENWAY : BOSTON 6, ANGELS 1. 598
ANGELS NOTEBOOK: JEFFERIES `THANKFUL' TO BE WITH ANGELS. 433
ANTELOPE VALLEY FAIR AT A GLANCE : KEEPING COOL AT THE A.V. FAIR. 287
ANTELOPE VALLEY'S MOST WANTED; DANGEROUS FUGITIVES TOP LIST. 1208
AUDIO BOOKS LEAP INTO UNABRIDGED TERRITORY. 1232
BASEBALL BUDS; DARRYL STRAWBERRY AND ERIC DAVIS FORGED A FRIENDSHIP ON THE DIAMOND. 829
BINGO TO AID WOMEN'S SHELTER. 84
BRIEFLY : DISORIENTED DRIVER PLOWS INTO SIDEWALK. 235
BRIEFLY : RESIDENT OF TARZANA HAS $1 MILLION SPIN. 639
BRIEFLY : WITTY NEARLY MEDALS IN WORLD CYCLING. 483
BROADWAY STARS TO CLOSE CONCERTS IN PARK SEASON. 319
CHERISHED MOMENTS WITH CHILDREN IRREPLACEABLE. 617
CHILDREN TREATED TO BALLGAME. 236
CLINTON SOFTENS STANCE ON STARR; PRESIDENT'S SPEECH STRESSES FORGIVENESS. 1224
CLINTON TOTING SUPPORT, NOT CASH TO RUSSIA. 735
COMMUNITY EFFORT REPAIRS WWII VETERANS' MEMORIAL. 595
COMPOST PILE BURNS; SMOLDERING FIRE BREAKS OUT AGAIN IN RECYCLING YARD. 240
COUNCIL GROWTH EFFORT FIZZLES; PROPOSAL TO ADD 10 MEMBERS FAILS VOTE. 1363
CSUN NOTEBOOK: BARNES POISED TO BOOST LINE. 460
DAILY NEWS PEOPLE : CAROL ANN RICHLIE. 704
DINING BEAT : IL TEATRO STANDS OUT. 355
DINING DEALS : BUENO Y BARATO. 323
DODGERS NOTEBOOK: SHEFFIELD SPRAINS THUMB. 520
DOUBLE STANDARD OBVIOUS IN AFTERMATH OF SLAYING. 1081
EDITORIAL : BASEBALL LATE TO THE GAME; INQUIRY INTO USE OF FOOD SUPPLEMENTS TO IMPROVE PERFORMANCE IS LONG OVERDUE. Editorial 310
EDITORIAL : WHO WILL HELP THE ELDERLY?; HOME FOR ALZHEIMER'S PATIENTS NEEDS NEW LOCATION. Editorial 525
ERROR HELPS JETHAWKS NEAR BERTH IN PLAYOFFS : JETHAWKS 4, HIGH DESERT 3. 532
FESTIVITIES SET ON LABOR DAY TO RETIRE BOND; $3.3 MILLION PAID FOR PARKS, POOL. 1216
FIRST ROUND OF EMMYS HANDED OUT. 594
FOOLISH FEARS; CENTRAL VALLEY TO BE AN L.A.? IT'S A DELUSION OF GRANDEUR. 689
GALAXY STREAK SNAPPED : COLUMBUS 3, GALAXY 0. 281
GOLDMANS MOVING TO ARIZONA TO FIND PEACE. 384
HACKETT ERA BEGINS; NEW COACH EAGER TO START USC BACK TO PROMINENCE. 993
HE HAS MORE THAN TEAM'S FATE AT STAKE. 822
HEAT RECORD MELTS UNDER PITILESS SUN : L.A.`S HIGH: 113 DEGREES IN CHATSWORTH. Statistical Data Included 793
HOUSTON'S OT WIN FORCES DECISIVE GAME : HOUSTON 74, PHOENIX 69. 199
LETTERS : C'MON, LAY OFF MCGWIRE. Letter to the Editor 783
LETTERS: RESIDENTS JUSTIFIED IN OPPOSING DANGEROUS ROAD PLAN : SOAR RESPECTS RESIDENTS. Letter to the Editor 716
LITTLE LEAGUE WORLD SERIES: TOMS RIVER MUSCLES WAY TO CHAMPIONSHIP : TOMS RIVER 12, KASHIMA 9. 671
LOCAL ROSE BREEDER HONORS DIANA WITH NEW HYBRID. 954
LOCAL VIEW: MISSILES' MESSAGE TO TERRORISTS UNMISTAKABLE : U.S. FINALLY PUTTING TEETH IN POLICY OF SAFEGUARDING ITS VITAL INTERESTS. 917
LOS ANGELES' MOST WANTED; POLICE HUNTING 12,000 FUGITIVES. 2168
METS STING SHAW WITH HOMER IN 9TH : NEW YORK 4, DODGERS 3. 778
NEEDLE SAFETY TARGETED BY BILL. 398
NEWS LITE : ACTION STAR RECALLS BATTLE VS. COCAINE. 1023
NEWS LITE : COUNTRY SINGER SEES FLAWS IN SELF. 696
PARENTING : PARENTS SHOULD START EARLY TO PREPARE KIDS FOR SCHOOL. 632
PARTY LINES : FERNANDO LUNCHEON TINGED WITH DRAMA. 496
PIAZZA WOULDN'T HAVE PREVENTED DODGERS' FALL. 1838
PICKING UP ALL THE LOOSE PIECES; FINALLY, PHILLIPS MEETS CHALLENGE WITH METS. 899
PUBLIC FORUM : CLINTON SUPPORTERS IGNORE LESSON OF HISTORY. Editorial 1449
RECOGNITION AWARDS WILL HIGHLIGHT FUND-RAISER. 339
REGAL ELEGANCE; BILTMORE THE BELLE OF A THOUSAND BALLS. 3197
RESIDENTS HIT THE WATER TO STAY COOL. 301
RITE OF DEDICATION; SIMI CHURCH OPENS ITS DOORS. 619
ROAD BLOCKS; CITY PLANNERS FORGOT TRAFFIC IN ADDING NIFTY NEW ARTS VENUES. 901
RUSSIA HAS LONG HISTORY OF IRRATIONAL GOVERNMENT. 677
SAMPRAS: NO OPEN-AND-SHUT CASE; STREAKING AGASSI, PHYSICAL CONDITION STAND IN HIS WAY. 635
SIMI POLICE OFTEN HELP WITH SEARCHES FOR FUGITIVES. 415
SIMI VALLEY'S MOST WANTED; OFFICIALS PURSUE FUGITIVE SUSPECTS. 1369
SPECIAL OLYMPIANS GIVE 100% AT GAMES. 428
STORES CLUSTER, BELIEVING COMPETITION BREEDS SUCCESS. 532
THE KID'S WORK GLADDENED YOUNG PATIENTS. 711
THIS OPEN IS WIDE OPEN; NO. 1 HINGIS WILL FACE PLENTY OF COMPETITION. 716
TOLUCA LAKE OFFERS GARAGE-SALE BOUNTY. 964
UCLA NOTEBOOK: FRESHMAN TB FOSTER IMPRESSIVE. 443
VETERANS ON MISSION OF HEALING. 691
WORLD BEATS PATH TO YOUNG VIDEO DIRECTOR. 846

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