YENCKEL, WASHINGTON POST TRAVEL INSIDER: Helicopters Churn Up Noise, Safety Questions: Tours: As complaints grow, national parks consider altitude restrictions over areas such as Grand Canyon.AMY WALLACE, TIMES STAFF WRITER Schools Taking the Paddle Out of Discipline: Education: But some principals still view corporal punishment as more effective than any lecture.SUSAN WSTRICH, Susan Estrich, a contributing editor to Opinion, is a law professor at USC.Linda Marsa, Omni contributing editor Linda Marsa is writing a book about drug development.Reuters NEWS ANALYSIS: Gaps in U.N. Transition Underlie Somali Clashes: Africa: Troops replacing U.S. forces were not as well trained, equipped, and lacked cohesiveness, experts say.ERIC SHEPARD, TIMES PREP SPORTS EDITOR BASEBALL DAILY REPORT: ANGELS: Correia Joins Team as Insurance Policy.
ERIC BAILEY, TIMES STAFF WRITER Mayors Hail Clinton as Having Understanding of Urban Needs.STEVE WEINSTEIN, Steve Weinstein writes frequently for Calendar and TV Times Dishing It Out: Abuse Is Served Sunny Side Up--and Customers Love It.SANDRA HERNANDEZ United Way Grant Applications WESTLAKE: Minority Labor Coalition Formed 2 Sentenced for Roles in Abortion Protest.MARY ANNE PEREZ CUDAHY: Sports Center Nears Completion Fortress L.A.: WELCOME TO THE POST-RIOT CENTRAL CITY, WHERE MANY DAMAGED BUSINESSES ARE BEING REDESIGNED TO BE AS CRIME-PROOF AS POSSIBLE.TIMOTHY WILLIAMS, TIMES STAFF WRITER Headlands Plans Are Fair, Equitable Help on Way for Y Snarl: Area Will Become 24-Lane Interchange.LAURAN NEERGAARD, ASSOCIATED PRESS Cristophe Cut to the Quick Over Bad Press: Media: Hairstylist talks about the tangle he got himself into since the President had his infamous bad hair day.RICHARD LEE COLVIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER SPAM lovers will try to cook up some respect with special recipes.
Labor organization officials say jobs should be the main concern.LARRY McSHANE, ASSOCIATED PRESS Patients Over 45 Are Often the Forgotten AIDS Victims.JULIE CART, TIMES STAFF WRITER Mutual Fans Are Able to Hit Right Chords.From Staff and Wire Reports SWIMMING: Hudepohl, 19, Continues to Be Dominant in Sprints.RUTH RYON, TIMES STAFF WRITER Proud Community Maintains Its Independence: Ladera Heights: Residents resist annexation attempts while enjoying suburban-like quietness and freeway convenience.
MURPHY, TIMES STAFF WRITERS Beach-Goers Bothered by Blood-Sucking Pests: Nature: The saw-toothed crustaceans, about a quarter-inch long, have arrived earlier than usual--and in greater numbers--at Newport Beach.EMILY ADAMS, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES All-Star Team: A Mound of Talent: Baseball: Crenshaw, South Gate and Verbum Dei pitchers are named to the squad.
Sunny Sojourns On Two Mediterranean Isles: Sticking to the back roads, two intrepid travelers go in search of untrammeled beaches, mouthwatering local food, places of wild beauty.From a Times Staff Writer Book Shows How to Cut Utility Bills REAL ESTATE AND THE LAW: TV Satellite Antenna Ordinance Challenged.From Staff and Wire Reports NATIONAL LEAGUE ROUNDUP: Rocky Mountain High: 17 Runs.Schatzman is a general assignment reporter and editorial writer for the Los Angeles Sentinel.MARYANN HUDSON Fastest Start for an Angel Suits Langston Just Fine.
MICHAEL LERNER, Michael Lerner is the editor of Tikkun, a bimonthly Jewish journal of politics, culture and society.LIBBY SLATE, Libby Slate writes frequently for TV Times and Calendar SOUTH-CENTRAL: Golden State Building Named Landmark On View: The Real World Spins West.Associated Press Nation IN BRIEF: NEW YORK: Saliva Test Appears to Aid Bomb Case.MICHAEL McCALL, Michael McCall is a free-lance writer based in Nashville SWV: Friends Find Success in the Top 10--Twice.After 17 years in exile, he is preparing to return to his homeland.
Her last article for this magazine was on cancer research at UCLA DOWN THE HULAHULA: The Arctic National Wildlife Refuge Is Wilderness Without Qualification.MARY ANNE PEREZ HYDE PARK: Beloved Priest Given a Warm Send-Off.THOMAS PLATE and WILLIAM TUOHY, Thomas Plate is editor of the editorial pages for The Times.The masculinity contest. harkened back to the idea of the Marlboro Man.The disease does not affect intellect, but about half of its 700,000 American victims are illiterate, expert says.
CARLA LAZZARESCHI Again, Apple Responds by Meeting Change Head-On.HERBERT GLASS, Herbert Glass is a regular contributor to Calendar.TIMOTHY WILLIAMS, TIMES STAFF WRITER HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES: The Capitol Hill Budget Notes about your surroundings Breast-Feeding Moms Deserve Facilities Man Arrested in Slaying of Hollywood Girl, 11.All five will return within two months, when they are better.ELLEN JAMES MARTIN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES SPORTS Recalling the Babe, Gehrig, Gehringer.Associated Press 2 Oxnard Teen-Agers Die in Truck Accident: Crash: The group was returning from a graduation party when the pickup overturned on the Ventura Freeway.
T.H. McCULLOH, T.H. McCulloh writes regularly about theater for The Times.PERLMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER The Nest Quest: Group Sets Sail for Lesbian Sea Gulls: Nature: Biologist takes gay group to Channel Islands, where he had observed same-sex pairs in the 1970s.IRA DREYFUSS, ASSOCIATED PRESS French Tourist Dies in Swim Off Miami Beach.RANDY HARVEY, TIMES STAFF WRITER Assistant GM Gauthier Finds Talent Where Others Fail to Look.Gregg Easterbrook, Gregg Easterbrook is a contributing editor to Newsweek and the Atlantic Monthly.Associated Press Latino Alcoholics Helped by Immigrant Who Has Been Where They Are.IRIS YOKOI Altadena: Water Firm Wins in Court Disney humors all Mark Twain fans with a weeklong festival.
MICHELE FUETSCH, TIMES STAFF WRITER Scientist Uses Sand Grains to Sift Through History.CHRISTOPHER REYNOLDS, TIMES STAFF WRITER Honeymooners Gaze Starward on Mexico Voyage: Norwegian Cruise Line vessel, now en route from Caribbean to Los Angeles, involves younger passengers in sports and shore excursions.Special to The Times Sales Still Sluggish But Worst May Be Over, Figures Indicate.WEINTRAUB, TIMES STAFF WRITER Teen-Ager Moving Past Tragedy Toward a New Life.BRODER, TIMES STAFF WRITER Aerobics Music Has It All Worked Out: Exercise: It drives at a dependable beat that lays a solid foundation for choreography.Venice Ducks Jordan Ranch When Your Options Fall Between Bad and Worst: Bosnia: There are four ways to end the fighting, and the best alternative embraces an outcome few will be content with--three ethnic zones.
And as they keep clubs and balls soaring, they trade tips and gibes.ANN REISS LANE, Ann Reiss Lane is a member of the Los Angeles Police Commission.SUSAN HEEGER Nepal And The Movies soulmen: IN A QUIET REVOLUTION, MORMONS CARRY NEW VISIONS OF LIFE--AND HEAVEN--TO LATIN AMERICA.ELSTON CARR RAMPART AREA: Stores Cautioned on Illegal Alcohol Sales.Possible Free Crio Bru brewed cacao Coffee From Moms Meet Ambassador Program.PERSPECTIVES ON FATHERHOOD: Between Haves and Have-nots: Dad: We need a credible national agenda to reverse the trend of fathers being superfluous to family life.ROB FERNAS, TIMES STAFF WRITER Eager Ducks Await Protection Lists for Expansion Draft.JEFF FLETCHER, TIMES STAFF WRITER Calkins, Nichols Make Big Splash at Mission Viejo: Meet of Champions: Conejo-Simi pair third and sixth in 200 freestyle.LEE HARRIS Nation IN BRIEF: NEW YORK: Mayors Say Clinton Understands Needs.