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Articles from Daily News (Los Angeles, CA) (May 21, 2000)

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'MCCARTNEY': WHO LET IT BE? Television Program Review 546
'ZEBRA-STRIPED HEARSE' CLASSIC 1962 WORK BY ROSS MACDONALD HITS KCRW AIRWAVES. 1492
5 PUBLIC SAFETY OFFICIALS HONORED. 414
79-YEAR-OLD MAN ARRESTED AFTER WIFE IS SLAIN WITH AX. 500
A FOND FAREWELL L.A. OPERA'S HEMMINGS TO BE FETED AT CONCERT. 1296
A LEGACY YOU CAN LIVE IN THOUSANDS OF VALLEY HOMES ATTEST TO LATE ARCHITECT'S ENDURING INFLUENCE. 1645
A SHARP, STYLISH 'MISANTHROPE'. Theater Review 567
ALEMANY DUO IS TOUGH ACT TO FOLLOW. 578
AMERICAN LEAGUE: AROUND THE HORN EXPOS HAVE STONEMAN TO THANK. 683
ANGELS NOTEBOOK: DISARCINA'S DILEMMA: SURGERY OR REHAB? 462
ANNUAL RODEO HAS LINEMEN PUT THEIR BEST FOOT UPWARD. 527
BLAZERS CAN'T HACK IT FOUL-FEST ON O'NEAL BACKFIRES AS LAKERS WIN LAKERS 109, PORTLAND 94. 1955
BRIEFLY GOLF CHARITY HELPS IN-HOME NURSING. 155
BRIEFLY POLICE OFFER TIPS FOR SAFER BUSINESS. 398
BRIEFLY STABBING VICTIM LISTED AS SERIOUS. 143
CITY LOOKING FOR $1 HOUSES RENOVATING HOMES GOALS OF 'OPERATION PRIDE'. 290
COLLEGE BASEBALL ROUNDUP: LOYOLA MARYMOUNT CLINCHES WCC TITLE. 293
COMMITMENT TO THE VALLEY. 189
CYCLE CLUB RIDER KILLED. 203
DAILY NEWS PEOPLE TO RUSSIA, WITH LOVE CASUAL CORRESPONDENCE CHANGES INTO A CRUSADE. 1088
DEGREES OF SUCCESS TIGHT JOB MARKET MEANS COLLEGE GRADUATES CAN NAME THEIR OWN PRICE. 946
DODGERS LOAD UP FOR PEREZ AGAIN SHEFFIELD'S SLAM HIGHLIGHTS' 12-RUN EFFORT DODGERS 12, FLORIDA 6. 809
DODGERS NOTEBOOK: HAS ANYBODY SEEN OREL? 627
DON'T LET LOS ANGELES BIG-WIGS SELL US ALL OUT AGREEING TO THE FEDS' PROPOSED CONSENT DECREE A PERILOUS IDEA. 985
DRAGON SLAYED BY ST. LAKERS. 878
EDITORIAL ALL OUR CHILDREN ENGLISH-IMMERSION INSTRUCTION IS WORKING, GIVING OUR STUDENTS A BETTER CHANCE IN LIFE. Editorial 314
EDITORIAL PROSPERITY DIVIDEND. Editorial 330
FIGHT AT WRIGLEY MIGHT BECOME NORM. 767
FINALS FRUITFUL FOR FELIX FAMILY. 545
FOR AULD LANG SYNE, MY DEAR VAN NUYS HIGH ALUMNI MARK SCHOOL'S 85TH YEAR. 378
GALAXY'S FANS SAY HE'S WORTH IT HERNANDEZ A BIG HIT IN HIS MLS DEBUT. 580
GREAT TEACHER'S INFLUENCE ETERNAL. 699
HART MUST MAKE ROOM DISTRICT PINNING HOPES ON BOND FOR REPAIRS AND EXPANSION. 978
HERNANDEZ IMPACT FELT RIGHT AWAY SHOULDER INJURY ONLY SOUR NOTE GALAXY 2, D.C. UNITED 1. 586
HOT JETHAWKS STAY THAT WAY LANCASTER BREAKS OUT TO EARLY 7-0 LEAD IN WIN OVER HIGH DESERT JETHAWKS 13, HIGH DESERT 9. 374
HOUSE HUNTERS PAY FOR WAITING. 912
HUNDREDS RUN FOR OTHERS' SHELTER. 633
KILLER BEE DANGER PERSISTS. 491
LAKERS NOTEBOOK: PLAN SORT OF WORKS. 485
LOCAL DEPUTY BECOMES SERGEANT MAN IS SUPERVISOR AT SHERIFF'S STATION. 263
LOCAL WATCH: MAJOR CHANGES KAPLER'S LEARNING CURVE EXTENDS FROM DETROIT TO TEXAS. 758
LOOKING FOR POWER IN APPALACHIAN VIRGINIA. Theater Review 676
LOYOLA EDGES NOTRE DAME DIGGS PLAYS KEY ROLE IN CUBS' FIRST TITLE SINCE 1984. 942
MAYBE IF THEY'D HAD A LITTLE HOPE . . . 510
MOORPARK STUDENT ACHIEVES GOAL SALVADORAN EMIGRANT RECEIVES 4 DIPLOMAS. 846
MORE THAN A HUNCH `BRADY' DOES OFFER SOME SITCOM DISH. Television Program Review 845
NATIONAL LEAGUE: AROUND THE HORN WANTED: CUBS ARMS IN BULLPEN. 625
NCAA SOFTBALL: FLEET-FOOTED BRUINS WIN UCLA ONE VICTORY FROM WORLD SERIES UCLA 6, FLORIDA ST. 1. 486
NCAA TENNIS: TOP 2 COME THROUGH: STANFORD VS. GEORGIA. 519
OFFENSE CARRIES ANGELS VAUGHN HITS A PAIR OF TWO-RUN HOMERS ANGELS 9, KANSAS CITY 8. 704
OFFICIALS EXPLORE CREATIVE SOLUTIONS. 158
OFFICIALS HEAD OFF TO VEGAS FOR MALL SIMI LEADERS HOPE TO WOO DEVELOPER. 733
PARENTING MANAGING ANGER FOR CHILDREN'S, PARENTS' SAKE. 665
PARKS DEFENDS LAPD NO SYSTEMATIC CIVIL RIGHTS ABUSES, HE SAYS. 1879
PASSIVE APPROACH ALMOST COST THEM. 797
PLANE RETIRES WITH HONOR PLANT 10 TO SHOW RACER THURSDAY. 770
PUBLIC FORUM TRADE WITH CHINA. Editorial 1485
PUEBLO OPTIONS MULLED SCHOOL DISTRICT PLANS OTHER USES FOR CENTER. 476
REALITY'S WASTELAND? NETWORKS BRING VOYEURISM HOME. 2342
RECORDS FALL AS HEAT WAVE HITS VALLEY. 192
SCHOOL LEADER NAMED. 283
SCHOOL TALKS STUCK ON FEE TEACHERS UNION PRESSES FOR VOTE. 602
SENIORS FIND SOLACE IN GROUP. 946
SLAYING, SUICIDE ADD TO FREEWAY CASUALTIES. 241
SOLIDARITY SUPPORT FOR UNIONS GAINING STRENGTH. 894
STRAWBERRY FESTIVAL IS A FAMILY AFFAIR 'A NICE, SAFE PLACE FOR KIDS'. 679
STREET FAIR DISPLAYS BIG VARIETY OF VENDORS. 283
THEATER CONSTRUCTION BEGINS GRAND OPENING OF OLD TOWN PLAYHOUSE SET FOR AUGUST. 238
THIS ACT OF DESPERATION WAS A BIG BORE. 661
TIPOFF POLITICS PLAY LARGE ROLE IN LAPD ISSUE. 746
TRAILBLAZERS INSIDE LOOK: WALLACE'S PLIGHT OF STARES. 565
TRIPLE-A TROUBLESOME. 837
VALLEY MAN BRINGS HABITAT TO MASSES. 627
WOMAN SLAIN WITH AN AX HUSBAND, 79, CALLS DEPUTIES TO REPORT HE ASSAULTED HER. 455

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