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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 9, 1993 | SHELBY GRAD
A play known for its sober and unflinching look at teen-agers and AIDS will be presented at Sierra Vista Middle School on Thursday night. "Secrets," a drama produced by the Kaiser Permanente Medical Care Program and previously shown at high schools across the county, has met with praise in Irvine since it was performed at Lakeside Middle School last month. "I think the information is very important," said Carolyn McInerney, the PTA president at Stonecreek Elementary School.
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SPORTS
September 30, 2013 | By Eric Sondheimer
 West Hills Chaminade is 3-1 and plays a tough game against Sherman Oaks Notre Dame (4-1) on Friday at home. The Eagles have been working on some "secret plays," Coach Ed Croson said. But don't expect to see any of them. Those plays are mostly being prepared for unbeaten Gardena Serra, which Chaminade plays on Oct. 18 in a Mission League game and could end up facing twice this season. "We have some stuff we've been working on specifically for them," Croson said. "We'll unleash as needed.
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NEWS
March 1, 1990
Most of the 1,900 students at John Glenn High School in Norwalk and some of their parents this week attended a presentation of "Secrets," a 40-minute play aimed at educating teen-agers about the dangers of AIDS. There were six performances by actors from Kaiser Permanente's health theater program. The actors are paid by Kaiser, while all performances are free. The program is based on true stories and gives information about transmission and prevention of the disease.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 8, 1997 | GEORGE RAMOS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In order to prove their charge that the Mexican Mafia prison gang is a criminal enterprise, federal prosecutors played a secretly recorded videotape Tuesday in which some suspected Mafia members on trial in Los Angeles were seen discussing gang business. The four-hour tape provided a rare inside look at the prison group that federal authorities say is responsible for controlling local street gangs through murder and intimidation.
SPORTS
September 30, 2013 | By Eric Sondheimer
 West Hills Chaminade is 3-1 and plays a tough game against Sherman Oaks Notre Dame (4-1) on Friday at home. The Eagles have been working on some "secret plays," Coach Ed Croson said. But don't expect to see any of them. Those plays are mostly being prepared for unbeaten Gardena Serra, which Chaminade plays on Oct. 18 in a Mission League game and could end up facing twice this season. "We have some stuff we've been working on specifically for them," Croson said. "We'll unleash as needed.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 8, 1997 | GEORGE RAMOS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In order to prove their charge that the Mexican Mafia prison gang is a criminal enterprise, federal prosecutors played a secretly recorded videotape Tuesday in which some suspected Mafia members on trial in Los Angeles were seen discussing gang business. The four-hour tape provided a rare inside look at the prison group that federal authorities say is responsible for controlling local street gangs through murder and intimidation.
NEWS
November 29, 1988 | SHIRLEY MARLOW
Former President Richard M. Nixon had more than matters of state on his mind during his years in the White House. "FROM: The President, Richard Nixon's Secret Files," edited by Bruce Oudes and published by Harper & Row, includes Nixon memorandums on many subjects. On June 16, 1969, Nixon wrote Domestic Affairs Adviser John D. Ehrlichman to ask for a list of reporters' names so he could prepare for an upcoming press conference. "I intend to start . . .
SPORTS
September 16, 1991 | SCOTT MILLER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A month ago, the choice was whether or not to redshirt Marshall Faulk. Now, San Diego State is facing a different decision: Do the Aztecs bronze the cleats Faulk was wearing Saturday night, or do they let him keep them for a while? Faulk, an 18-year-old freshman running back who set an NCAA single-game rushing record against the University of Pacific Saturday night, entered the game with a total of 11 carries for 39 yards in only one collegiate game.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 17, 1994 | TOMMY LI
In the wake of an abruptly canceled AIDS awareness play at Hoover High School, the American Civil Liberties Union has joined several parents in challenging the Glendale school district's sex education policy. Alan L. Friel, an ACLU staff attorney, appeared before the Glendale Board of Education on Tuesday night to take issue with the policy and the district's cancellation last week of "Secrets," a play produced by the Oakland-based Kaiser Permanente hospital care organization.
NEWS
February 20, 1992
The student government of Katella High School in Anaheim is sponsoring AIDS Awareness Week through Friday. The event includes noontime activities and dress-up days to promote spirit and interest in the issues surrounding the disease, as well as an assembly featuring a dramatic performance of "Secrets," a play about a teen-ager who contracts AIDS through intravenous drug use.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 9, 1993 | SHELBY GRAD
A play known for its sober and unflinching look at teen-agers and AIDS will be presented at Sierra Vista Middle School on Thursday night. "Secrets," a drama produced by the Kaiser Permanente Medical Care Program and previously shown at high schools across the county, has met with praise in Irvine since it was performed at Lakeside Middle School last month. "I think the information is very important," said Carolyn McInerney, the PTA president at Stonecreek Elementary School.
SPORTS
September 16, 1991 | SCOTT MILLER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A month ago, the choice was whether or not to redshirt Marshall Faulk. Now, San Diego State is facing a different decision: Do the Aztecs bronze the cleats Faulk was wearing Saturday night, or do they let him keep them for a while? Faulk, an 18-year-old freshman running back who set an NCAA single-game rushing record against the University of Pacific Saturday night, entered the game with a total of 11 carries for 39 yards in only one collegiate game.
NEWS
March 1, 1990
Most of the 1,900 students at John Glenn High School in Norwalk and some of their parents this week attended a presentation of "Secrets," a 40-minute play aimed at educating teen-agers about the dangers of AIDS. There were six performances by actors from Kaiser Permanente's health theater program. The actors are paid by Kaiser, while all performances are free. The program is based on true stories and gives information about transmission and prevention of the disease.
NEWS
November 29, 1988 | SHIRLEY MARLOW
Former President Richard M. Nixon had more than matters of state on his mind during his years in the White House. "FROM: The President, Richard Nixon's Secret Files," edited by Bruce Oudes and published by Harper & Row, includes Nixon memorandums on many subjects. On June 16, 1969, Nixon wrote Domestic Affairs Adviser John D. Ehrlichman to ask for a list of reporters' names so he could prepare for an upcoming press conference. "I intend to start . . .
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 26, 1994 | ED BOND
A play on AIDS awareness for high school students that was canceled by the Glendale Unified School District last month will be performed April 6 at Burbank High School. The play has been reviewed by Burbank Unified School District officials and a special video screening of the play was offered to parents last month.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 25, 1994 | TOMMY LI
Glendale school district officials have agreed to formally review a canceled AIDS awareness play if parents at Hoover High School still want it performed during class time. "We would give it a second look if in fact the Parent-Teacher-Student Assn. wishes the district to do so," said Vic Pallos, spokesman for the Glendale Unified School District. The district canceled the play just one day before the scheduled Feb. 8 performance.
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