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April 29, 1997
The old La Jolla School and gymnasium buildings have been designated city historical landmarks. The McFadden Park structures did not qualify for the National Register of Historic Places, but the City Council agreed that the school buildings were significant enough to merit addition to Placentia's list of historical buildings. The school, which opened in 1927, is noteworthy because of its role after a flood that swept through the community on March 3, 1938, killing 19 people.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 29, 1997
The old La Jolla School and gymnasium buildings have been designated city historical landmarks. The McFadden Park structures did not qualify for the National Register of Historic Places, but the City Council agreed that the school buildings were significant enough to merit addition to Placentia's list of historical buildings. The school, which opened in 1927, is noteworthy because of its role after a flood that swept through the community on March 3, 1938, killing 19 people.
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March 22, 1989 | JANE FRITSCH and RICHARD A. SERRANO, Times Staff Writers
Sharon Rogers wanted to stay on in her job as a teacher at the La Jolla Country Day School after a bomb blast destroyed her van on the way to work, but was fired by school officials in what was announced as a "mutual decision," according to sources who have spoken with her and her husband, Capt. Will C. Rogers III, commander of the guided missile cruiser Vincennes.
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March 22, 1989 | JANE FRITSCH and RICHARD A. SERRANO, Times Staff Writers
Sharon Rogers wanted to stay on in her job as a teacher at the La Jolla Country Day School after a bomb blast destroyed her van on the way to work, but was fired by school officials in what was announced as a "mutual decision," according to sources who have spoken with her and her husband, Capt. Will C. Rogers III, commander of the guided missile cruiser Vincennes.
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