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November 18, 1988 | Bob Baker, Baker is a Times staff writer. and
It looked like any old grand opening. Balloons and people in business suits. They had come to the corner of Hoover and 32nd streets near USC to christen a new day-care center for children of low-income families, to admire the fresh tan stucco and bright green metal framing of the building. But there was something special going on here too. Unofficially, it was Levi Kingston Day.
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November 18, 1988 | Bob Baker, Baker is a Times staff writer. and
It looked like any old grand opening. Balloons and people in business suits. They had come to the corner of Hoover and 32nd streets near USC to christen a new day-care center for children of low-income families, to admire the fresh tan stucco and bright green metal framing of the building. But there was something special going on here too. Unofficially, it was Levi Kingston Day.
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September 5, 1985
The Bill Goldenberg Brentwood Youth House, 731 S. Bundy Drive, will be dedicated at a celebration from 3 to 5 p.m. Sept. 14. Joe and Barbara Goldenberg donated $150,000 to renovate the old Brentwood Youth House in memory of their son, who died in an accident. The new facility will be operated by the Westside YMCA and will include a child-care center. Los Angeles Councilman Marvin Braude and Board of Education member Alan Gershman will speak at the ceremonies.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 7, 1988
A group of parents and child care providers are suing the City of Burbank, contending its regulation of day care centers is arbitrary, inconsistent with state law and adds to the lack of child care. The Los Angeles Superior Court lawsuit filed by Public Counsel, a public interest law firm, and two private lawyers complains that Burbank permits a maximum of 10 children in a child care provider's home, contrasted with the 12 children permitted by the state.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 7, 1988
A key behind-the-scenes official in the administration of Los Angeles Mayor Tom Bradley, Mark Fabiani, has joined the California campaign of Democratic presidential contender Michael S. Dukakis. Fabiani, 31, took a leave of absence from the city payroll last Thursday to become statewide issues director for the Dukakis campaign here, Bradley's office announced Tuesday. Fabiani, a graduate of Harvard Law School, has been legal counsel in the mayor's office since November, 1984.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 23, 1995 | DAVID E. BRADY
A Granada Hills woman was sentenced to three days in jail and ordered to perform 320 hours of community service after pleading no contest to illegally operating a child-care service, Los Angeles City Atty. Jim Hahn announced. Mary Ann Torres, 48, was also banned from operating a day-care center for three years under the sentence by Los Angeles Municipal Court Commissioner Barry Kohn. Torres was cited for continuing to operate an in-home child-care service after her license was revoked in 1993.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 25, 1992
In 1980 when Deane Dana became supervisor of the Fourth District, he called a meeting of the three appointees to the Los Angeles County Commission for Women to find out what the commission was doing to address the concerns of women. At that same meeting he had invited Dr. Toni Carabillo of NOW and Joyce Morrissey from California Business and Professional Women and asked them if the Commission for Women was meeting the expectations of the "women's community." Deane Dana is the only supervisor to do this.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 23, 1995
A Granada Hills woman was sentenced to three days in jail and ordered to perform 320 hours of community service after pleading no contest to illegally operating a child-care service, Los Angeles City Atty. James Hahn announced. Mary Ann Torres, 48, was also banned from operating a day-care center for three years under the sentence by Los Angeles Municipal Court Commissioner Barry Kohn. Torres was cited for continuing to operate an in-home child-care service after her license was revoked in 1993.
BUSINESS
March 9, 1992
California Fair Employment and Housing Commission: For questions about family leave laws and other employment and housing issues: Los Angeles County: (213) 897-2839. Orange County: (714) 558-4159. San Diego County: (619) 237-7405. San Bernardino County: (714) 383-4711. Ventura County: (805) 654-4513. Family-Related Organizations: Andrus Older Adult Center, USC School of Gerontology, (213) 740-3493. Los Angeles Caregiver Resource Center, (213) 740-8711.
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December 12, 1987 | TERRY PRISTIN, Times Staff Writer
Gang member Keith Tyrone (Ace Capone) Fudge was sentenced to death Friday for killing five teen-agers during a 1984 shooting spree at a Southside birthday party that the judge said was "reminiscent of the gangland violence and massacres of the '30s." "It is difficult to conceive of circumstances that would demonstrate more callousness and indifference to human life," Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Ronald E. Cappai told Fudge, 21, who was wearing red shoelaces, a Bloods gang trademark.
NEWS
September 4, 1985 | RICHARD C. PADDOCK, Times Staff Writer
Senate President Pro Tem David A. Roberti said Tuesday that he may shelve a landmark workfare bill until next year because it could create new "latchkey children" who would receive inadequate child care. The Los Angeles Democrat also said he is reluctant to waive Senate rules so the Assembly-approved measure can be heard in committee immediately. He said he dislikes the idea of rushing through such a major bill during the final two weeks of the legislative session.
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