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November 10, 1989 | TERRI PHAM, Terri Pham is a junior at University High School, where she is a reporter for the student news magazine Sword and Shield, a volleyball player and a member of the Mock Trial, Speech and Debate, Vietnamese, Key and California Scholastic Federation clubs
High school students in California have their own voting representative, appointed by the governor, on the State Board of Education. They are required to take only two years of physical education now, instead of the four years that were formerly required. Their views on various issues are sought out by teachers, and they are often allowed to participate on school district committees and commissions, as recommended by the state board.
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November 10, 1989 | TERRI PHAM, Terri Pham is a junior at University High School, where she is a reporter for the student news magazine Sword and Shield, a volleyball player and a member of the Mock Trial, Speech and Debate, Vietnamese, Key and California Scholastic Federation clubs
High school students in California have their own voting representative, appointed by the governor, on the State Board of Education. They are required to take only two years of physical education now, instead of the four years that were formerly required. Their views on various issues are sought out by teachers, and they are often allowed to participate on school district committees and commissions, as recommended by the state board.
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November 27, 1986
Ralph Weldon, the chief administrator of the Santa Anita Municipal Court who has been under investigation since September for possible traffic ticket fixing, has resigned his $42,000-a-year position. Chief Deputy Dist. Atty. Steven A. Sowders, whose division investigates crimes committed by public officials, said the probe began after reports surfaced at the Monrovia court about possible irregularities in processing tickets.
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February 27, 1986
Judge S. Clark Moore of Santa Anita Municipal Court, which serves Arcadia, Monrovia, Bradbury and Duarte, has asked the county Board of Supervisors for $60,000 to build a jury assembly room. Although Moore and two commissioners hear 28,000 cases annually, prospective jurors who are sent from Pasadena Municipal Court must stand in the hallway or outside until they are called, said Mary Robles, assistant to the court clerk.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 30, 1997
A judge has refused to reduce a misdemeanor petty theft charge against a Walnut city councilman to an infraction--an offense that would have subjected him only to a fine rather than jail time, a prosecutor said. Joaquin L. Lim, 46, is accused of taking $27 worth of food and goods from a Diamond Bar Albertsons supermarket in April. He has denied the charge, saying he intended to pay for the merchandise. Prosecutors said that had Pomona Municipal Judge S.
NEWS
December 19, 1993 | Reuters
President Clinton Friday helped some homeless children have a merry Christmas by inviting them to the White House and reading the'Twas the Night Before Christmas." Sitting in a rocking chair before a roaring fire, Clinton read the poem to about 140 children sitting on the floor in front of him in the state dining room. The children were from seven local public schools. Some of the children were among Washington's homeless population, White House aides said.
NEWS
June 13, 1991
Carol Williams Elswick of La Verne has been appointed a commissioner of the Santa Anita Municipal Court, which covers Arcadia, Bradbury, Duarte and Monrovia. Elswick was appointed by Judge Samuel Clark Moore to replace Kirk Nyby, who resigned to sail the South Pacific with his family. Elswick, 34, previously was deputy city attorney for Los Angeles and was affiliated with the law firm of Ochoa & Sillas. She graduated from USC and Loyola Law School. * Carol A.
NEWS
May 18, 1986 | SUE AVERY, Times Staff Writer
Commissioner Michael Bess has been fired from the Santa Anita Municipal Court by Judge S. Clark Moore. Moore, who presides over the court and appointed Deputy Dist. Atty. Bruce Marrs to replace Bess, would not comment. But a court employee, a former court employee and a lawyer who has practiced in the court, all of whom asked not to be identified, said that the manner in which Bess treated the public had created problems. "His treatment of people was less than congenial," the attorney said.
NATIONAL
January 18, 2004 | Eric Slater, Times Staff Writer
Sharing the stage with an eclectic group of supporters -- including liberal activist and filmmaker Michael Moore, a former Navy secretary and several Clinton administration officials -- Democratic presidential hopeful Wesley K. Clark on Saturday drew one of the largest crowds of his campaign. Today, Clark is expected to pick up another endorsement -- that of former senator and presidential candidate George McGovern. Meanwhile, polls in New Hampshire show Clark in second place behind Howard Dean.
SPORTS
February 20, 2005 | Lonnie White
UCLA Coach Karl Dorrell named Thurmond Moore as defensive line coach Saturday, replacing Don Johnson, who left the Bruins to accept the same job with the Chicago Bears earlier this week. "[Moore] is a very good defensive line coach and his lines have excelled in the area of pressuring the quarterback," said Dorrell, who moved this week's start of spring practice back from Tuesday to Wednesday. "I feel our young players will benefit greatly from Thurmond's experience and teaching ability."
SPORTS
February 9, 1990 | From Associated Press
When the wind subsided Thursday, Paul Azinger breezed right through the par-5 holes. Azinger had three birdies and an eagle on the long holes en route to a four-under-par 68 that tied him with Mike Smith for the first-round lead in the Hawaiian Open golf tournament. "They were beatable today," Azinger said of the par-5 holes. "I think we got a little bit of a break playing in the afternoon. "It was gustier this morning, and blowing harder. It was just a windy day when we played."
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