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VALLEY NEWSWATCH

May 30, 1997

Program Praised: Consolidating various homeless services under one roof, more than 30 public and private organizations have opened a "one-stop" shop for social services in Glendale. The Glendale Homeless Coalition held an open house Thursday at the Glendale Services Center, which also houses the city's first year-round homeless shelter. A Department of Housing and Urban Development official said the Glendale effort could serve as "a model for the nation."

* SPORTS CUTS: CSUN Athletic Director Paul Bubb, above, says the school will eliminate one or more men's programs within the next two weeks. C12

* HEAT BREAK: Several San Fernando Valley schools plan to dismiss students early today to spare them a long afternoon in hot classrooms. B4

* LOST BENEFITS: Cardinal Roger Mahony, above, and 50 priests urged local lawmakers to assist legal immigrants and others who would lose benefits under new federal welfare and immigration laws. B1

* SCHOOL BREAKUP: State education officials will begin hearings in Van Nuys on proposed regulations that would govern a breakup of the Los Angeles school system. B4

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