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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 2, 1989
Members of the Lions Club International in Taipei, Taiwan, have donated about 700 Chinese books to the South Pasadena Library. The Chinese-American Club of South Pasadena helped to arrange the donation, according to Lisa Yang, one of the club's directors. The Lions gave the Chinese-American Club about 2,000 books, and the group donated some of the fiction, nonfiction and children's books to the library.
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June 14, 1985 | United Press International
President Reagan will continue his lobbying on behalf of tax reform next week with stops in Indianapolis and Dallas, the White House announced Thursday. On Wednesday, Reagan will attend a Mooresville, Ind., Chamber of Commerce meeting at Mac's Family Restaurant and then go to nearby Indianapolis to address the 65th annual convention of the U.S. Jaycees. Next Friday, he will be in Dallas to address the 68th annual convention of the Lions Club International, a spokesman said.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 25, 1997 | KARIMA A. HAYNES
Seeking to improve the health of area residents, a local chapter of the Lions Club and the Arleta Chamber of Commerce will offer free health screenings Sunday at Branford Community Park. Screenings for vision, hearing, dental health, diabetes, anemia and high blood pressure will be conducted by trained medical personnel in the Lions Club Mobile Screening Unit from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 11, 1993
In the wake of the Polly Klaas kidnaping and slaying, three floats in the Rose Parade will be dedicated to children who have been victims of violence, an official announced today. Bill Lofthouse, president of Bent Parade Floats, said Tournament of Roses officials contacted him after the body of the 12-year-old Petaluma girl was found last Saturday, asking if any float could be used to help fight violence against children.
NEWS
November 30, 1989
Members of the Lions Club International in Taipei, Taiwan, have donated about 700 Chinese books to the South Pasadena Library. "The books have been circulating like crazy," children's librarian Maida Wong said. The Chinese-American Club of South Pasadena helped to arrange the donation, according to Lisa Yang, one of the club's directors. The Lions gave the Chinese-American Club about 2,000 books, and the group donated some of the fiction, nonfiction and children's books to the library.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 20, 1999
* Three area students won merit citations in AAA's 55th National School Traffic Safety Poster Program. Fifty-three students from Southern California received special recognition. Nahid Yakuby, an eighth-grader at Anacapa Middle School in Ventura, was honored for her "When a Bus Is There, Beware" poster.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 16, 1999
* Edward J. Hogan, founder of several travel industry enterprises, including Pleasant Hawaiian Holidays in Westlake Village, has been inducted into the Travel Industry Hall of Leaders. He was selected by a committee of senior travel industry executives appointed by the Travel Industry Assn. of America. Hogan previously was inducted into the World Travel Hall of Fame by the American Society of Travel Agents.
NEWS
September 20, 1990 | IRENE CHANG, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Librarians soon will be able to search for titles, authors' names and subjects on a computer screen--in Chinese, Japanese and Korean. With a $20,000 gift from the Taiwan chapter of Lions Club International, Bruggemeyer Memorial Library is subscribing to an on-line computer network that will allow it to share information about its Asian book collections with libraries and universities around the world.
NEWS
June 21, 1985 | Associated Press
President Reagan, proclaiming that international terrorism "will never succeed in weakening our resolve," lashed out at the terrorists today as "uncivilized barbarians." Addressing the annual convention of Lions Club International, Reagan said, "We will continue to act with appropriate restraint, but let no one doubt our resolve."
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