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Articles from Daily News (Los Angeles, CA) (October 31, 1999)

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`MAYOR' IS ADVOCATE IN CHIEF FOR LUSH ENCLAVE AMID URBAN SPRAWL. 705
`OCTOPUS' REACHES THROUGH A CENTURY. 556
5 IN RACE FOR SCHOOL BOARD; CANDIDATES SAY DISTRICT NEEDS TO BUILD SCHOOLS, COMMUNICATE. 779
A FISTFUL OF LEGENDS; MORRICONE'S LATEST GIVES LIFE TO `1900'. 1044
A LA CARTE. 539
ADOPTABLES; CITY TRIES TO FIND HOMES FOR ITS SHELTER ANIMALS. 729
AMERSON LEARNING EACH DAY. 415
ASTRONOMY PLAN FUNDED; PROGRAM WILL ALLOW STUDENTS TO CONTROL AUSTRALIAN TELESCOPE. 273
BELMONT COMMISSION SET PERILOUS PRECEDENT. 1021
BRIEFLY : CAUSE OF ELECTRICAL OUTAGE UNEXPLAINED. 203
BRUINS FORGE NEW EMBARRASSMENT : ARIZONA 33, UCLA 7. 1112
CALIFORNIA CUP: BAGSHOT SHOWS HE CARES. 611
CATCH OF THE DAY; LAST-GASP TD BY RESERVE SAVES CSUN'S DAY : CSUN 30, WEBER STATE 28. 1414
CHURCH SITE CLEANUP; MEMBERS' RESOLVE TESTED BY HIGH WINDS. 293
CITY TRIMS ANNEXATION PLAN; FOCUS ON BOEING'S SITE 9 AND ADJOINING MARCONI PLANT. 285
COC GOES BY THE GAMEPLAN; KOBE WEARS DOWN MOORPARK : COC 37, MOORPARK 29. 500
COLLEGE GIVES CREDIT FOR TEAM SPIRIT; MOORPARK COLLEGE ADDS CHEERLEADING TO FALL CURRICULUM. 422
DALLAS A HOT TOPIC FOR L.A. 573
DANCING ON AIR: TUBEWORKS' CUTTING-EDGE INFLATABLES HAVE `DECORTAINMENT' BUSINESS POPPING. 936
DEPUTIES SHOOT KNIFE-WIELDING WOMAN. 305
DESK REPLACED BY DANCING; LANCASTER SENIOR KEEPS ON HER TOES DURING RETIREMENT. 1015
DIE HARD; L.A.'S CRAZY RAIDERS FANS STILL MAKE SUNDAY JOURNEY. 1900
DINING DEALS : INEXPENSIVE STAR IS BORN. 255
DISCOVERED BODY MAY BE MISSING 76-YEAR-OLD. 312
EDITORIAL : JUSTICE FOR A.V. Editorial 209
EDITORIAL : ZACARIAS FAILED TO LEAD; THE BOARD DID THE ONLY THING IT COULD. Editorial 665
FIREFIGHTERS BUSY IN SOUTHLAND; DRY CONDITIONS CONTRIBUTE TO FOUR LOCAL BLAZES. 762
FOR SOME, IT'S A RULE OF FLAW; THE NBA'S CRACKDOWN ON PHYSICAL TACTICS HAS A FEW PLAYERS CRYING FOUL. 1155
FUTURE OF SCHOOL DISTRICT DRAWS ATTENTION OF BOARD CANDIDATES. 546
HART HIGH TEENS PLAY `DART WAR'; AUTHORITIES ALARMED BY GAME'S STALKING ASPECT AND CAR CHASES. 690
HONORING ANCESTORS; DIA DE LOS MUERTOS CELEBRATED AT FESTIVAL. 571
KINGS NOTEBOOK: BIG ASSIST FROM GOALIE FISET. 419
L.A.'S TOXIC LEGACY : STUDY OF 11 TROUBLED SCHOOLS SHOWS DISMAL LAUSD SAFETY RECORD. 1638
LAKERS NOTE: OH NO, KNIGHT'S READY. 580
LAPERRIERE'S GRIT A HIT WITH KINGS : KINGS 3, CHICAGO 1. 664
LEADERS SAY MALL NEEDS RENOVATION; SALE COULD BRING NEEDED CHANGE. Statistical Data Included 736
LETTERS : HMO'S DONATION MUST BE TAKEN IN LARGER CONTEXT. Letter to the Editor 1358
LETTERS : ONE RACE IS DOWN TO WIRE. Letter to the Editor 531
LOYOLA WAKES UP IN TIME TO OVERCOME ALEMANY : LOYOLA 26, ALEMANY 21. 470
MIGHTY DUCKS VS. PHOENIX. 135
MOSLEY'S SOCRATIC METHOD; CHARACTER'S ON NEW PATH IN `WALKIN' '. 844
MOTORCYCLE CRASH KILLS WOMAN. 228
NEWS LITE : BUT TELL US WHAT'S REALLY IMPORTANT. 1003
NEWS LITE : GERMANY'S CAR PHONES RESTRICTED. 1078
NO `DUTCH' TREAT; FICTIONAL REAGAN BIOGRAPHY BLENDS AUTHOR'S STRANGE ILLUSIONS WITH REALITY. 1290
NOTES: CART SHOWS FANS THE PITS. 601
OFFICE COMPLEX SET FOR BURBANK. 638
OFFICIALS EXPECT LOW TURNOUT; DAY-TO-DAY LOCAL ISSUES IN TUESDAY'S ELECTION. 477
PAC-10 CROSS COUNTRY CHAMPIONSHIPS FLESHMAN HELPS CARDINAL CAUSE. 474
PARENTING : TEACHING CHILDREN THAT TANTRUMS ARE UNACCEPTABLE. 532
PARTY LINES : PARTY SO FABULOUS, SO FERGIE. 1054
PERSONAL PERSPECTIVE: FOUR WEEKS ABROAD TOO LONG FOR `UGLY' AMERICAN. 746
POLICE CHIEF NEEDS NO INTRODUCTIONS. 782
POLY HIGH SHOWS HISTORY OF TOXIC HAZARDS. 884
PREP ROUNDUP: GRACE BRETHREN SLAMS THE DOOR ON FAITH BAPTIST. 824
PROGRAM HELPS TEACH PREGNANT TEEN-AGERS; PARENTING SKILLS CLASS GIVEN AT HIGH SCHOOLS. 347
PROSECUTOR USING HEARST IN OLSON TRIAL. 811
PRUETT CRASHES PARTY. 810
PUBLIC FORUM : HANG YOUR HEAD. Editorial 1581
QB CHANGE ONLY UPSIDE FOR USC : CAL 17, USC 7. 1331
READY FOR REVOLUTION; NEXT SUPERINTENDENT OF LAUSD MUST EMBRACE TOUGH STANDARDS, COMPETITION FROM PRIVATE EDUCATION. 1113
RENTERS WORRIED BY RATE INCREASE; LOW-INCOME RELIEF SET TO EXPIRE SOON. 773
RISK-TAKING IN EDUCATION? NOT LIKELY IN LOS ANGELES SCHOOL SYSTEM. 621
SAN FERNANDO HIGH'S AUTO PROGRAM KICKS INTO GEAR. 627
SCHOOL OFFICIALS LABEL LATEST FLIER INACCURATE. 712
SEARS' EXIT FROM DOW ADDS INSULT TO INJURY. Statistical Data Included 519
SENIOR NOTES: MURPHY NEEDS A TV TIMEOUT. 177
SMALL/JUNIOR COLLEGE ROUNDUP: AVC RALLY THWARTED BY MISTAKES IN WILD LOSS TO MT. SAN JACINTO. 601
SOME HORSIN' AROUND QUESTIONS FOR BREEDERS' CUP. 1222
STOCKTON IS MAKING HIMSELF AT HOME. 771
SUPERVISORS TO WEIGH PROBE IN ELECTION OF INVESTMENT PANELISTS. 587
TAKING IT TO THE LIMIT; BROADCAST NETWORKS EXPANDING THE BOUNDARIES OF THE ACCEPTABLE ON PRIME-TIME TELEVISION. 2027
TASK FORCE ON THE HOMELESS ENDS. 1046
THE ECONOMICS OF HALLOWEEN GOODY BAGGING. 613
THE MANY SIDES OF LEE KRASNER; AFTER TAKING A BACK SEAT TO POLLOCK, ARTIST GETS A NEW VIEWING AT LACMA. 1228
THIS FOX LIVES TO HUNT AGAIN. 368
TIME CHANGE ADDS TO KIDS' SAFETY THREATS; DRIVING CARE ON HALLOWEEN URGED. 669
TIPOFF : MAYOR SPEAKS OUT ON BID TO OUST ZACARIAS. 642
TOURNEY DRAWS AREA SPECIAL OLYMPIANS. 575
TRUCKS: SPRAGUE HAS EVERY REASON TO BE HAPPY. 638
WATER BOARD HOPEFULS SPEAK; THREE CANDIDATES HAVE EXPERIENCE IN UTILITY BUSINESS. 777
WE'RE LOSING OUR POWER OF SELF-GOVERNMENT. 640
WITCHES BREW UP SEASONAL CEREMONIES. 571
ZOO CATCHES HALLOWEEN SPIRIT; ANIMAL ATTRACTIONS ADD EXCITEMENT TO BOO AT THE ZOO. 389

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