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February 24, 1993 | DEBRA CANO
Sandra Earnest, the current Mrs. U.S.A., had a simple message for Raymond Temple School students. "Each one of you is special," she told them. Wearing a white satin sash trimmed in rhinestones that read "Mrs. U.S.A.," Earnest talked Tuesday afternoon to students of the school's anti-drug Just Say No Club about not using drugs and about making positive choices to better their lives. Earnest, who earned her title last August and is the former Mrs.
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February 24, 1993 | DEBRA CANO
Sandra Earnest, the current Mrs. U.S.A., had a simple message for Raymond Temple School students. "Each one of you is special," she told them. Wearing a white satin sash trimmed in rhinestones that read "Mrs. U.S.A.," Earnest talked Tuesday afternoon to students of the school's anti-drug Just Say No Club about not using drugs and about making positive choices to better their lives. Earnest, who earned her title last August and is the former Mrs.
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November 8, 1992
Sandra Earnest may be a good mother ("Sanctity of Marriage as an Institution Is Foundation for Happy Home," Commentary on Family Values, Oct. 18), but if everyone thought it was great to have 10 children, we'd be in a more serious situation than we are now. The basis for a strong nation is not large families, but individuals who look beyond their own selfish wants and needs. If things are going to change, we all must become more socially responsible and aware of the serious problems that overpopulation is causing.
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March 13, 1993 | FRANK MESSINA
On the heels of recent successes of women in elections, today's 24th annual St. Patrick's Day Parade will recognize the achievements of local women. Waving from DeLorean sports cars, 14 women will share the honor of being grand marshal of the parade, which starts at noon near Olympiad Road and Marguerite Parkway.
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