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Articles from Daily News (Los Angeles, CA) (October 23, 1997)

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$10 TICKET ON THE HORIZON?; COMING ATTRACTION: COSTLY SEATS? 841
`WIZARD OF OZ' MUNCHKIN, WIFE BADLY HURT IN CAR CRASH. 213
2 SUITS FILED IN FIELD LAB TESTS. 435
2ND EXTENSION OK'D FOR IMMIGRATION BILL. 211
A LA CARTE : HALLOWEEN HAPPENINGS. 742
A MARRIAGE OF OLD, NEW FOR PHILHARMONIC; SALONEN SHOWS PENCHANT FOR THE UNPREDICTABLE WITH BLEND OF VENERABLE CLASSICS, MODERN WORKS. 1140
A SIDEWAYS GLANCE : RUBBING ELBOWS WITH HERB, MARGE AND TRUDY. 221
A.V. SEEKS ECONOMIC GAME PLAN; HIGH-PAYING JOBS URGED. 505
ALL THAT GLITTERS MAY NOT BE GOLD, BUT ONIONS, RESEARCHERS FIND. 216
AMGEN ANNOUNCES $1 BILLION BUYBACK. Statistical Data Included 328
ANTELOPE VALLEY: BRIEFLY : PRISON GUARD GUILTY OF INDECENT EXPOSURE. 119
BIBBY VYING FOR MICHIGAN JOB; USC COACH REPORTEDLY HAS BEEN INTERVIEWED. 460
BRIEFLY : BUSINESS AS USUAL FOR TARK, BULLDOGS. 434
BRIEFLY : MAN KILLED RUNNING IN FREEWAY TRAFFIC. 765
BROOMSTICK BEAUTY; DARK IMAGE DOESN'T MATCH THE THOROUGHLY MODERN WITCH. 1243
BUSINESS NOTES. 302
CALABASAS COMPANY'S STOCK GAINING ALTITUDE; TEKELEC SHARES 6 TIMES HIGHER THAN '96 CLOSE. Statistical Data Included 329
CELTICS TRADE MILLS TO KNICKS. 122
CHAMBER PLANNING HOLIDAY SEASON BOOK TO HIGHLIGHT EVENTS. 322
CLINTON PROPOSAL TARGETS WARMING; FEW DETAILS EMERGE FROM CLIMATE TALK. 804
COMMENTARY: IN DRIVE TO DRAW FANS, PUT SERIES IN NEUTRAL. 672
COMPANY DROPS BID FOR ZEGARELLI. 105
CORNERSTONE CHRISTIAN HONES ITS GAME EARLY. 512
COUNTY TO GIVE POLLUTION DEVICES TO KENYA, NEPAL. 466
CRENSHAW NEW RYDER CAPTAIN, BELIEVES HE HAS NEEDED GRIT. 223
CROP WALK TO AID NEEDY; 5-MILE VALENCIA ROUTE PLANNED. 412
CSUN NOTEBOOK: CSUN BASKETBALL GETS LOCKER-ROOM FACE-LIFT. 569
DAY CARE PROJECT DELAYED THROUGH FALL '98. 392
DISGUISE'S THE LIMIT ONCE AGAIN AS HALLOWEEN NIGHT DRAWS NIGH. 905
DISTRICT DISMISSES OLD-TIMERS; NEW FLEET TO REPLACE AGED SCHOOL BUSES. Statistical Data Included 524
DOCUMENTS ON TICKETING DENIED MAN; JUDGE DISALLOWS BIKER'S REQUEST. 460
DRIVER BEING INVESTIGATED IN IMPERSONATION. 410
EDITORIAL : BACK OFF, CITY COUNCIL OUTRAGE METER: 8.5. Editorial 547
EDITORIAL : CLINTON GETS THE MESSAGE; WHITE HOUSE ACCEPTS KEY IRS REFORM. Editorial 189
EDUCATOR ARRESTED IN COCAINE CASE. 338
ENTRANTS TO HOWL IN BEAST OF EVENT. 170
EX-BIRMINGHAM TEACHER CHARGED WITH ANNOYANCE. 403
FAMILY INSPIRES CLU STAR. 551
FAT CATS' POWER PLAY FAILS TO SCORE AT ARENA; SMALL BUT MIGHTY TAXPAYER SQUAD HOLDS LINE, DESPITE CRA QUESTION. Editorial 574
GIBSON THE WIMP? HE SHIVERS IN CLUTCH. 482
GROUP TO ASK FOR TRANSIT ZONE; VALLEY BOARD WOULD BE INDEPENDENT OF MTA. 605
GROUPS IN T.O. `OVER THE LINE' : CANDIDATE BACKED FOR PLANNING SAVVY. Letter to the Editor 769
GUTTY LITTLE BRUINS NOW BIG, BAD BRUINS; STRENGTH PROGRAM GAVE UCLA MUSCLE. 947
HERNANDEZ: RECALL A `POLITICAL ATTACK'. 309
HIGHLAND COACH `EXCITED' BY GREAT PLAY. 800
HILLARY CLINTON'S CONFERENCE ON CHILD CARE HAS GOP WARY. 286
IN BRIEF : EARNINGS XYLAN CORP. 314
INTRASTATE RIVALRY BREWING; CSUN IS MIFFED BY SACRAMENTO ST. SLIGHT. 619
INVESTMENT BANK HIRED BY SUMMIT CARE; SALE OR SHARE BUYBACK LIKELY. Statistical Data Included 272
IT'S ICE-LOCKED AT 2-2; CLEVELAND BATS UNDERGO THAW IN GAME 4 WIN : CLEVELAND 10, FLORIDA 3. 841
JETS COLLIDE; 2 KILLED IN CRASH OVER EDWARDS AFB. 1045
JUDGE SETS CUTOFF FOR TERM-LIMITS STAY. 215
JUDGES APPROVE TESTING; U.S. COURT OKS KACZYNSKI EXAMS. 301
L.A. BEAT : UCLA TOLEDO GETS PAY RAISE. 337
LAMBERT HAD NO CHOICE BUT TO LEARN QUICKLY; PARACLETE FROSH UNDERWENT BAPTISM BY FIRE. 642
LIMO TRAGEDY STILL SHROUDS RED WINGS. 893
LOCAL NOTES: APPEAL BY VAN NUYS IS DENIED. 416
MAN KILLS GIRL, SELF AT HIGH SCHOOL. 219
MASTER'S SOCCER HOPES DIM. 618
MONDESI, EDMONDS FITTED FOR GOLD GLOVES. 334
MTA'S TUNNEL OF TURMOIL; BREAK ON THROUGH TO THE OTHER SIDE. 450
NBC, FOX BEGIN FILLING HOLES FOR CRUCIAL NOVEMBER SWEEPS. 420
NEIGHBORHOOD EFFORT SHOWS FLAWS IN NEW POLICE CHIEF'S RESHUFFLING COMMUNITY DUTIES; PARKS TAKING AWAY THE FACE BEHIND THE BADGE. 688
NEWHALL RANCH VOTE TABLED; DEVELOPER GIVEN ADDED TIME TO NEGOTIATE DEALS. 668
NEWHALL TEMPLE TO CELEBRATE ANNUAL CYCLE OF READING OUT THE TORAH SCROLL. 210
NEWS LITE : NAMES IN THE NEWS MARTIN SHEEN TO AID ASIAN POOR. 947
NO PLACE LIKE HAUNTED HOME. 168
NO REASON FOR PHEASANT HUNTERS TO LEAVE STATE. 964
NOT WARY OF WATER SPEEDING. Statistical Data Included 233
NOTES : AVC POWERS PAST DESERT 28-3; BAILEY LEADS FOOTHILL IN RUSHING. 362
NOTES : KAOS WINS DOUBLEHEADER OVER BLACKHAWKS, HEAT. 259
OAK PARK COULD JOIN ANOTHER ZIP CODE. 628
OBITUARIES : JACK H. SHEPPARD. Obituary 171
OBITUARY : WILLIAM LANGFORD, 93, RETIRED WELDER FROM SIMI. Obituary 111
OUTPOST. 695
PAC-10 RACE DOWN TO FEARSOME FOURSOME. 1410
PATIENTS' BILL OF RIGHTS BACKED; PRESIDENTIAL PANEL ENDORSES PROPOSALS. 848
PLEXIGLAS INJURES JANET GRETZKY. 83
PRIEST TELLS OF GIVING LAST RITES TO DIANA. 434
PROTESTED COURSE FOR TEACHERS KILLED. 545
PRYOR'S LIFE STORY FROM A DIFFERENT PERSPECTIVE. 797
PUBLIC FORUM : L.A. DUO OBSTRUCTING `DEMOCRATIC PROCESS'. Editorial 1536
PULLING ALL THE RIGHT STRINGS. 406
RED WINGS STORM PAST DUCKS. 233
RICHARDSON MAKING MOST OF HIS CHANCE. Statistical Data Included 380
SECESSION ADVISORY VOTE EFFORT GETS POOR RECEPTION. 1407
SENIOR CLASSIC IS A SOAP OPERA. 894
SHAQ OUT UNTIL AT LEAST MONDAY. 566
SHERIFF'S OFFICIALS SUED IN PARTY DEATH. 261
SHOW-HOST HOPEFULS GAME FOR TRYOUTS. 732
SMALL-SCALE SAIL; LAKE BALBOA SEAFARERS FIND JOY IN MODEL BOATS. 1288
STAMP PUTS KWANZAA IN POSTAL PANORAMA. 236
STARS GATHER TO REMEMBER BLACKLISTING. 259
STATION OFFERING JAILHOUSE SHOCK. 260
STICKING IT OUT; EASTERN SIERRA REGULATIONS REMAIN. 761
SUPERINTENDENT GETS CONTRACT; PAY FOR SCHOOLS NEWCOMER LINKED TO POSITION PERFORMANCE. 684
SYNCOR SIGNS DEAL WITH AMERINET TO BE ITS SOLE SUPPLIER. 153
THE BUZZ : NEWS PROGRAMS FLIRT WITH SEXY TOPICS. 660
THE MORE KIDS, THE MORE SPANKING, STUDY SAYS. Statistical Data Included 330
THINGS LOOKING UP FOR CANYONS BASKETBALL; FINLEY EAGER TO PROVE SELF AFTER ABSENCE. 530
THINGS LOOKING UP FOR CANYONS BASKETBALL; WOMEN SEEK TO MATCH FEATS OF LAST SEASON. 553
THINGS TO DO. 326
TIPS AND TREATS FOR SAFETY. 262
TRAIL SPIRITS TO GO BUMP IN THE NIGHT. 238
TRAUMATIZED DEPUTY HEALING; FIANCE WAS SLAIN DURING ROBBERY. 283
TRUSTEES HEAR BID FOR FARM. 259
U.S. OFFICIALS ADDRESS LOCAL GANG VIOLENCE. 791
U.S. TRANSIT OFFICIALS FREE $70 MILLION HELD FOR MTA. 326
UNIONS OFFERED MONEY TO DROP BELMONT FIGHT; END OF SUIT COULD OPEN DOOR FOR SCHOOL TO GET STATE FUNDS. 779
UNIVERSITY BEAT: UCLA, USC SET FOR CLASH. Statistical Data Included 736
USC NOTEBOOK: BASTIANELLI'S STATUS REMAINS UNCLEAR. 405
VALLEY CRIME MEETS MATCH IN TECHNOLOGY; PROGRAM COMBINES COMPUTERS, TEAMWORK TO IDENTIFY PATTERNS. 559
VERMEIL, BRUCE RECONCILE; RAMS COACH MEETS WITH PEEVED RECEIVER. 537
VOLLEYBALL BEAT : PERSEVERANCE PAYS OFF. 588
VOTE TABLED ON NEWHALL RANCH PLAN : LOOKING TO THE FUTURE. 708
WIFE CALLS HIM `MY MIRACLE MAN'; FIREMAN VISITS SITE OF INJURY. 472
WILSON: CSUN STUDENT BODY NOT LIKELY TO WITHHOLD FUNDS. 515
WORLD SRIES NOTEBOOK: `HURRY UP AND PITCH' - SELIG. 477
YOU DON'T NEED SPIDERS FOR HALLOWEEN ON THE WEB. 809

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