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Articles from Daily News (Los Angeles, CA) (January 12, 1998)

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`TITANIC' REMAINS UNSINKABLE. 634
A SIDEWAYS GLANCE : SHAQ CAN FILL THE BOX WITH ICE AND SOAK DOWN HIS INJURED HAND. 322
AREA BARS ADJUST TO SMOKING BAN; PATRONS' OPINIONS RANGE FROM FUMING TO FATALISTIC. 791
BACTERIAL MENINGITIS ALERT ISSUED AFTER CALIFORNIA CITY CASE. 539
BLOWERS KICK UP CLASS DIVISION; BAN SPLITS WORKERS, CITY'S HOMEOWNERS. 1331
BREAKING LANGUAGE BARRIERS; HOSTING FOREIGN STUDENTS PREPARES BERLITZ DIRECTOR FOR POSITION. 706
BRIEFLY : MAN ARRESTED AFTER COLLISION KILLS TEEN. 571
BRIEFLY : TYSON REGRETS INFAMOUS SNACK. 364
BURT BACK IN SEVEN-FIGURE CLUB. 523
CALTRANS PUSHES FOR 2 BRIDGES; ENGINEERS SEE SAFETY ISSUE. 519
CAN ELWAY BEAT THE CHAMPS? IT'S BRONCOS, PACKERS IN SUPER BOWL. 794
CHILDREN LOOKING UP TO STORYTELLERS. 809
CITY MAY REMODEL MEASURE; NEW DEMANDS PROMPT REVIEW. 504
CLIPPERS RUN OVER BY PISTONS; L.A. CAN'T STOP HILL, WHO SCORES 33 POINTS : DETROIT 113, CLIPPERS 85. 653
COLLEGE OF CANYONS GETS GOOD GRADES; SURVEY FINDS RESIDENTS WOULD LIKE MORE CLASSES. 608
CYBERSPORT : ROOM TO GROW. 341
CZECH, RUSSIAN TEENS FIND IT COOL TO VISIT HOT VALLEY. 552
DAILY NEWS STOCK PICKING CONTEST. Statistical Data Included 480
DEATHS SHOCK MILITARY BASE. 613
DIVAC, CLIPPERS: A STERLING MATCH? 779
DOLLARS & SENSE. 353
EAST A BEAST FOR LAKERS; TEAM SUFFERS SEVENTH LOSS TO EASTERN CONFERENCE FOE : CHARLOTTE 98, LAKERS 93. 833
EDITORIAL : GROWTH VS. QUALITY OF LIFE; REGION MUST SEEK BALANCE AMID CONTINUING GROWTH. Editorial 380
EDITORIAL : SNEAKY BUSINESS AS USUAL; MTA'S SECRET MONEY SHUFFLE ON RAIL IS A GROSS INSULT. Editorial 361
EDWARDS MOURNS SHOOTING VICTIMS. 786
ELWAY LEADS ANOTHER DENVER RALLY ---; TEAMMATES GLAD TO HELP HIM GET ANOTHER CHANCE : DENVER 24, PITTSBURGH 21. 1047
FORMULA PUTS LIMITS ON PARTICIPANTS. 224
GOOD TIMES ROLLING BEHIND THE CAMERAS. Statistical Data Included 1252
HEAD TO MUSEUM FOR SOAP-OPERA FIX; `PEOPLE ARE REALIZING (SOAPS) ARE MORE THAN JUST A WAY TO PASS THE TIME BETWEEN DIAPERING THE BABY AND IRONING'. 1136
HEARING SLATED ON SURVIVORS' CLAIMS; HOLOCAUST TALKS TO PRESSURE BANKS. 516
INITIAL PUBLIC OFFERINGS: BABES OF THE MARKET : NEW ISSUES OFTEN FAIL TO PRODUCE DESIRED RESULTS. Statistical Data Included 1483
KINGS VS. MIGHTY DUCKS. 107
KIWANIS LEADS DRIVE AGAINST CHILD ABUSE. Statistical Data Included 557
LAKERS NOTEBOOK: LAKERS WANT ASSISTANCE. 517
MEMORIES BITTERSWEET AS LIVES MOVE ON AFTER TEMBLOR. 972
MURDOCH, MONTALBAN JOIN KNIGHTS' RANKS. 455
NEWS LITE : ANCHOR, CAMERAMAN MAKE WEDDING NEWS. 716
NORTHRIDGE MAKES EXAMPLE OF MONTANA; MATADORS EARN FIRST CONFERENCE WIN : CSUN 84, MONTANA 72. 574
OLYMPIC SWEEP POSSIBLE FOR U.S. WOMEN; FIGURE SKATERS TAKE EXPERIENCE, TITLES TO NAGANO GAMES. 991
ON THE JOB: PARTY MAY HAVE BOTTOM LINE. 770
PALMDALE PROJECT TAKING OFF; LOCKHEED SET TO ASSEMBLE X-35 FIGHTER. 307
PALMDALE WOMAN LEADS CAMPAIGN TO REPEAL BAN. 215
PEOPLE AND PLACES: YOUNG COMPOSER DREAMS OF CAREER ON BROADWAY. 714
PEOPLE IN BUSINESS. 604
PERU RELAXES, BUT FEAR PERSISTS; U.S. FLOODING NOT RULED OUT. 407
PUBLIC FORUM : PUNCTURING RENO'S CASE AGAINST MICROSOFT. Editorial 989
READY TO REPEAT; WEATHER, 49ERS CAN'T SLOW DOWN PACKERS : GREEN BAY 23, SAN FRANCISCO 10. 823
RIOT SURVIVOR KILLED IN HOLDUP; SOUTH CENTRAL STORE OWNER SLAIN AS WIFE EMPTIES REGISTER. 559
RISING FROM THE QUAKE; REDEDICATION OF PACOIMA CHURCH MARKS TRIBUTE OF FAITH. 762
ROBINSON ACCUSED OF HARASSMENT. 442
SACCO'S OT GOAL HOCKS DALLAS : DUCKS 2, DALLAS 1. 151
STORR HAS GOAL IN SIGHT; KINGS' BACKUP WORKS TO SHAKE OFF CRITICS. 825
STUBBORN HOLYFIELD KO'S BOUT VS. LEWIS. 1370
STUDENTS RATE EARNINGS OVER LEARNING; SURVEY SHOWS COLLEGE FRESHMEN BORED, DISENGAGED. 712
SURFING THE TUBE: THE WEEK AHEAD. 575
THE WEEK THAT WAS : FENWICK BIDS FAREWELL TO NORTHRIDGE. 622
THE WRITING ON (AND OFF) THE WALL : LONGING TO BE HOWIE. 667
UCLA NOTEBOOK: IN THE END, WATSON MAKES HIMSELF AT HOME AT UCLA. 564
VALENCIA MALL AIMS TO ATTRACT UPSCALE STORES; NORDSTROM, MACY'S COURTED. 780
VALLEY HAS PIECE OF STATE'S HISTORY. 506
WALKING THE WALK, TALKING THE TALK; MALL STROLLERS LIKE THE QUIET ATMOSPHERE, NOT TO MENTION THE PROVEN HEALTH BENEFITS. Statistical Data Included 978
WAR-ERA MUSIC SPARKS STRONG MEMORIES. 610
YMCA GYM HOSTS OPEN HOUSE; EVENT PROMOTES FITNESS, FAMILY FUN. 363

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