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November 26, 1993 | MARTIN MILLER
Lorna can't afford to pay for medical care right now. A lower back injury in a recent car accident forced her to temporarily leave her job as a food processor. And now two fingers on the 32-year-old woman's right hand are infected. The pain is constant. So she sits in a waiting room--filled mostly with mothers and their children--at the Lestonnac Free Medical and Dental Clinic hoping a doctor will see her.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 26, 1993 | MARTIN MILLER
Lorna can't afford to pay for medical care right now. A lower back injury in a recent car accident forced her to temporarily leave her job as a food processor. And now two fingers on the 32-year-old woman's right hand are infected. The pain is constant. So she sits in a waiting room--filled mostly with mothers and their children--at the Lestonnac Free Medical and Dental Clinic hoping a doctor will see her.
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April 20, 1990
Looking for two to watch? Keep your eye on Allen and Susan Boerner. Last year, the Fullerton couple donated a whopping $250,000 to the Lestonnac Free Medical and Dental Clinic in Orange, the biggest single gift in the facility's 10-year history. This year, they're taking the clinic's annual Cinco de Mayo benefit into the big leagues. Bye-bye entertainers of yesteryear. Hello hot talent. Up for easy listening on May 5 in the Grand Ballroom of the Disneyland Hotel: songbird Melissa Manchester.
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