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September 30, 1989
Irving Berlin gone at 101 in autumn's first days--and he was much more than a "falling leaf" to me (Part I, Sept. 23). In 1943, when he was doing "This Is the Army" at the Palladium in London, I had to handle the press covering the matinee command performance before King George VI, his queen, and the two princesses. When in his plaintive voice, he asked the audience if they had any requests, there was an almost synchronized roar: "Alexander! Alexander's Ragtime Band."
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October 9, 2000 | Alex Murashko, (714) 966-5974
Planning Department members Larry Kjoss and Julie Molloy announced last week that they will be leaving their positions this month. Kjoss, who is moving to Long Beach, has served as a member of the Planning Commission since 1997. Molloy plans to leave her assistant planner position Friday and begin work as an associate planner in Laguna Hills.
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June 28, 1999 | James Meier, (714) 966-5988
The City Council tonight will consider officially appointing Cheryl D. Cordova as city clerk. The city hired Cordova as deputy city clerk in November, suggesting then that it would promote her to clerk later. Cordova served as Stanton's city clerk for 12 years. Los Alamitos' former city clerk, Donna Velin, left in July 1998. The council meets at 7 p.m. at City Hall, 3191 Katella Ave.
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October 22, 1999 | ANA CHOLO-TIPTON, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
For Mayor Marilynn M. Poe, the small mission church on Katella Avenue and Reagan Street that has been closed for more than one month is not just important to the Latino people who have congregated there for more than 78 years. St. Isidore Roman Catholic Church is important to the rest of the community as well, she said. "It's a symbol of the history of Los Alamitos," Poe said. "This is the oldest existing building in our community."
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November 1, 1996 | LORI HAYCOX
Councilman Ronald Bates has been chosen president-elect of the League of California Cities. The statewide organization's board of directors elected Bates to the position at its recent annual conference in Anaheim. He was sworn into office by Gov. Pete Wilson. Bates, who has served on the Los Alamitos City Council since 1988, is seeking a third term in the Nov. 5 election. The league, based in Sacramento, lobbies the Legislature on behalf of California's 470 cities.
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December 28, 1995 | SARAH KLEIN
Mayor Robert P. Wahlstrom says he's beginning to think it's him. Both times that he has been elected mayor of Los Alamitos, the city manager has left. In 1989 it was Mike Graziano, who retired. Now it's Robert C. Dunek, a popular city manager who has been hired away by Lake Forest. "I am beginning to get a complex," said Wahlstrom, who also lost City Clerk Donna Velin to Orange last month and secretary Pat Maxwell to retirement this month.
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December 14, 1995 | BY HOPE HAMASHIGE, SARAH KLEIN, FRANK MESSINA AND JULIE FATE SULLIVAN
Robert P. Wahlstrom has been elected mayor, and Alice Jempsa has been elected mayor pro tem by the City Council. Wahlstrom, 62, a semi-retired businessman who has served on the City Council since 1986, said his goal is to "keep the city running as great as it has in the past." Wahlstrom takes the place of Charles E. Sylvia, who will remain as a councilman.
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December 11, 1997 | JOHN CANALIS
Councilwoman Alice B. Jempsa has been honored for her year of service as mayor. "She has taken that extra time that I think is important to represent our community in an effective way," Councilman Ronald Bates said Monday. He will serve as mayor for the next year. Jempsa, who does not disclose her age, said she was proud to launch a citywide tree-planting program. Other highlights included the community's centennial this year, she said.
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