January 11, 1986
Jim Murray should have remembered that this was merely a football game, in which one team on one day displayed better athletic talents than the other, not a forum justifying a tacky and petty slander of a people and a life style. DAVE STANDLEA Upland
May 11, 1997
Re "Secrets and Lives," by Shari Roan, Life & Style, April 23: As someone who believes human beings have the right to choose the circumstances under which we reveal ourselves, I find it sad that we require an expert to tell us to exercise common sense and good judgment in these matters. RUBETTE SELLERS Altadena
December 17, 1989
I only want to dispute Lou Sheldon's remark that the program should be ended because it does not give the gay student "any other alternative viewpoint." I realize this man is no Einstein, but give me a break. When we are constantly bombarded by half-naked heterosexual couples selling us everything from suppositories to life insurance, I believe there are enough suggestions of alternative life styles. With 3,000 teen-agers getting pregnant every day in this country, I'd say the life style message is loud and clear.
May 23, 1989 |
America's Junior Miss pageant is changing its name to the America's Young Woman of the Year program. "America's Young Woman of the Year is more contemporary and meaningful to today's life style," Executive Vice President R. C. (Buddy) Lauten said Monday. He said the change was made in response to complaints that beauty pageants are outdated and exploit women, and he said it will help contestants "better serve as role models for the people about them."
May 31, 1987
The Orange County Council on Aging will present its first Golden Age Award to L. C. (Bob) Albertson, president of Presley of Southern California, Irvine, at 7 p.m. Friday at the Irvine Hilton. Albertson is being honored for his "significant contribution to the senior community" and for enhancing the life style of older people, according to Thomas E. Blum and Thomas H. Nielsen, co-chairman of the council.
May 21, 1987 |
This country is surveying the health and "sociological state" of people aged 100 or more to discover the secrets of longevity, the official Hungarian news agency MTI said Wednesday. On top of genetic factors, Budapest's Semmelweis Medical University is paying particular attention to environment, life style, the earlier occupation and present activity of the people concerned. There are estimated to more than 200 centenarians among Hungary's population of 10.6 million, MTI said.