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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 25, 1988
Anti-abortion leaders meeting in Los Angeles called for the closure of school-based student health clinics, saying the clinics indirectly promote teen-age promiscuity and have not reduced teen pregnancies. "These clinics have not worked; their urgings have not worked. As a last resort, they have referred students to abortion clinics and just destroyed the life of the unborn child," said Auxiliary Bishop Carl Fisher of the Los Angeles Roman Catholic Archdiocese.
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ENTERTAINMENT
June 3, 1988 | LEONARD FEATHER
Returning to the Cinegrill Wednesday, Ruth Brown referred to herself as "the oldest rhythm and blues singer in the world." While the point was debatable, the main issue is not the age of this soul survivor, but the talent. Brown, 60, has long since earned her black belt in blues belting. That she can still bring passion to her blockbuster record hits of the early 1950s--"Teardrops From My Eyes," "Mama He Treats Your Daughter Mean"--soon became apparent.
NEWS
February 24, 1987 | JOHN DART, Times Religion Writer
Los Angeles Archbishop Roger Mahony, never faulted for thinking small during his 1 1/2 years of heading the nation's most populous Roman Catholic archdiocese, Monday night used a new and expansive venue for multilingual ordination rites for three new auxiliary bishops--the Los Angeles Sports Arena. Los Angeles bishops, including Mahony himself, have always been ordained or installed at the 1,300-seat St.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 21, 1989 | JOHN DART, TIMES RELIGION WRITER
California's Catholic bishops have decided to put on a positive face in their fight against abortion. The nearly two dozen bishops, at a two-day meeting this week in San Diego, chose Los Angeles Archbishop Roger M. Mahony to chair a committee urging dioceses to increase health services for women with problem pregnancies in hope that they will not get an abortion.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 1, 1995
A group that has been one of Los Angeles' most vocal advocates for the immigrant community has been awarded the Roman Catholic archdiocese's top accolade for organizations fighting to empower the poor. The Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights of Los Angeles will accept the Bishop Carl A. Fisher Empowerment Award on Saturday from the Los Angeles Archdiocese's Campaign for Human Development.
NEWS
February 7, 1988 | JOHN PLATERO, Associated Press
For those who are unlikely to be invited to Camp David, the presidential retreat in Maryland, one comparable alternative might be a visit to this tiny island off South Florida, where Presidents of the past relaxed and did some fishing. The key, now part of Biscayne National Park and accessible only by small boat, was home to the Cocolobo Club--a famed private hideaway built during World War I and frequented by the rich and famous.
SPORTS
July 7, 1998 | SHAV GLICK
What: "The Pacesetter: The Untold Story of Carl G. Fisher," by Jerry M. Fisher Publisher: Lost Coast Press, Fort Bragg, Calif. (440 pages) $29.95 When the late Tony Hulman bought the Indianapolis Motor Speedway in 1945 and saved it from bankruptcy, he restored it to its glory as the world's most famous motor racing track. It's almost as if that was its beginning. However, the track had been around for 36 years. Jerry Fisher, whose cousin, Carl G.
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