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March 31, 1985
The Atlantic Richfield Foundation has given a $25,000 grant to the Daniel Freeman Memorial Hospital Companion Program, which pairs senior citizens who need care with developmentally disabled people needing work experience to become more independent. The senior citizen usually provides room and board or meals for the companion in exchange for up to 20 hours of service per week.
October 23, 2007 | From Times Wire Reports
In-state tuition at four-year public colleges for the 2007-08 school year was up 6.6%, a faster increase than last year, according to the College Board's annual survey of higher-education expenses released Monday. Average total in-state charges -- including tuition, room and board and other costs -- for public colleges rose to $13,589 a year. At private colleges, they rose to $32,307, said the board, a nonprofit research group.
May 19, 1994
Vista del Mar Child & Family Services of West Los Angeles is looking for foster homes for children 5 and younger. The agency pays for foster children's room and board, clothing and health care. If interested, call Joan Apt at (310) 836-1223, Ext. 280. "Foster parents can be single or married, with or without children of their own," said Elias Lefferman of Vista del Mar. "Love for kids and room in the home for a child is what we look for."
June 24, 2012 | By Clarissa Sebag-Montefiore, Special to the Los Angeles Times
GIFU, Japan - Hidden away in the backroom of a modest apartment in this central Japanese city, one of Japan's last remaining hand-tattoo masters is preparing his tools. Over the last four decades Oguri Kazuo has tattooed notable geisha and countless yakuza , members of Japan's notorious mafia. Today, the 79-year-old artist, known professionally as Horihide (derived from " hori ," meaning "to carve"), is working on a client who is a little more subdued. Motoyama Tetsuro has spent hundreds of dollars, traveled thousands of miles and waited more than three decades for a session with Horihide.
July 6, 1995 | JEFF McDONALD
A nonprofit educational organization is seeking host families to board foreign students enrolling in U.S. public high schools for the upcoming academic year. The San Diego County-based Pacific Intercultural Exchange, which places hundreds of students each year, is looking for four or five host families in Ventura County. Hosts would be responsible for providing room and board to a 15- to 18-year-old student from one of any number of countries, including Argentina, Croatia, Brazil and others.
The state attorney general's office is trying to bar a woman and her grandson from operating a room-and-board center, alleging the two are operating an adult day-care center without a license. For nearly five months, State Deputy Atty. Tammy Chung has been seeking a preliminary injunction against Geneva Church and Mark Gory, arguing the clients at Ephesians Haven require supervised care.
April 10, 2011 | By Jane Engle, Los Angeles Times Staff Writer
Talk about a travel deal. How does $3 a night sound, meals included? Or less than $1 for a train trip between cities? Or a transatlantic cruise for less than 9 British pounds? If that's your idea of a bargain, hop in a time machine to circa 1860, just before the outbreak of the Civil War. And bring along your 2011-vintage paycheck. Yes, prices were low for antebellum tourists, but so were wages; a middle class U.S. family might live on $1,000 to $3,000 a year. Travel in those days also entailed dangers and discomforts.
December 5, 1986 | Andy Rose \f7
A fire of "suspicious origin" burned through an apartment garage and left one family homeless early Thursday. The fire began in an enclosed garage in the 33000 block of Colegio Drive about 12:40 a.m., county Fire Department spokeswoman Kathleen Cha said. The flames spread out the front door of the garage and up through the eaves of the building to an apartment above, she said.
October 28, 1992
The city will hire a full-time inspector to monitor private work-furlough centers in San Diego. The City Council approved a proposal Tuesday to assign a city inspector to oversee operations at three work-furlough centers and a soon-to-open facility. The privately run work-furlough programs have come under government scrutiny because of a lack of supervision and concerns about security.
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