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Valley Students Lose Their Cool

October 12, 1990

In "Hot Little High School in the Land of Fire" (Oct. 7), Charles Hillinger points out that some of the students who attend Death Valley High School in Shoshone make a round-trip ride of 120 miles per day in 115- to 120-degree heat in a bus without air conditioning.

I think this is a disgrace. I would like to know just why the California Lottery can't provide an air-conditioned bus. Why can't some affluent bus company or organization provide an air-conditioned bus?

Tell me why the millions of dollars from the California Lottery can't be used to buy an air conditioner for a bus or air-conditioning units for the hot San Fernando Valley classrooms.

KENNETH LLOYD LARSON

Los Angeles

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