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January 9, 1995 | ALAN EYERLY
Innovative solutions to the statewide funding crisis for libraries will be explored at an all-day seminar in Brea on Thursday. Delivering the keynote address at The Forum for Entrepreneurial Libraries will be Dr. Kevin Starr, California's newly appointed state librarian. Starr will speak on "The Entrepreneurial Library: Current Practice, Future Opportunities."
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 9, 1995 | ALAN EYERLY
Innovative solutions to the statewide funding crisis for libraries will be explored at an all-day seminar in Brea on Thursday. Delivering the keynote address at The Forum for Entrepreneurial Libraries will be Dr. Kevin Starr, California's newly appointed state librarian. Starr will speak on "The Entrepreneurial Library: Current Practice, Future Opportunities."
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BUSINESS
April 17, 1995 | Times Staff Reports
Popejoy to Discuss Recovery: Kicking off Cal State Fullerton's annual Business Week seminars, Orange County Chief Executive William J. Popejoy will talk Tuesday about plans for recovery from the bond fiasco that sent the affluent county into bankruptcy. He will be speaking at a luncheon to business executives, students, faculty and administrators in the first day of the annual event, which reunites students and faculty with alumni of Cal State's School of Business Administration and Economics.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 18, 1994 | ALAN EYERLY
The California Highway Patrol has scheduled two officer recruitment seminars in Orange County. The seminars are scheduled for 9 to 11 a.m. Saturday and 6 to 8 p.m. Tuesday at the Highway Patrol office in Westminster, 13200 Golden West St. Applicants must be 20 to 31 and have a high school diploma or the equivalent. Recruits also must pass written, physical and psychological tests and undergo a background investigation.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 29, 1990
This letter is from an irate reader regarding the article on John Bradshaw's four-day seminars in Orange County. I attended all four sessions with the result being increased understanding that enables me to be a more relaxed, efficient and happy person. I find the biased and erroneous reporting in The Times offensive and demeaning. At the very beginning, the uninformed reader would assume many people were there with stuffed animals. There were only two during the entire four days.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 15, 1999 | JAMES MEIER, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Despite heavy public education efforts on use of child car seats, the message isn't getting across to many new parents. A task force comprising local police departments has sponsored car-seat inspections in the last year and found that the vast majority of participants don't know how to properly use the safety seats. Of the 7,000 parents who took part in the voluntary inspections, about 80% didn't comply with state safety-seat regulations.
BUSINESS
October 30, 1990 | GREGORY CROUCH, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A former Orange County tax collector is going to prison for tax evasion. On Monday, a federal judge sentenced Harold E. Nichols to five years in prison for his role in a $2-million gold-fraud scheme that the U.S. attorney's office said was carried out so he could "buy a house in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, support a mistress and purchase offshore banks."
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 23, 2012 | By Sarah Peters, Los Angeles Times
After a 14-year dark spell, the remodeled Port Theater in Corona del Mar will reopen during this year's Newport Beach Film Festival with free screenings and seminars. The theater will officially welcome the public back on Saturday with the seminar series "Vision and Craft: The Art of Filmmaking," from 1 to 5 p.m. "Kingdom Come," a documentary by first-time director Daniel Gillies, will be screened at 5:30 p.m. The buzz surrounding the reopening of the East Coast Highway venue, which closed in 1998, could have been expected to increase ticket sales, but festival organizers said they decided to offer all of the programming for free throughout the festival, which opens Thursday and runs through May 3. "We thought that this was an important opportunity to give back to community and we are hopeful that in the future, patrons and sponsors will underwrite these opportunities," said Gregg Schwenk, the festival's chief executive.
NEWS
July 10, 1986 | DON ALPERT
Question: I have just recently started collecting coins. Most of my older coins have been given to me by my grandfather from his collection. He has just given me an odd-looking coin and he doesn't remember its origin. I think it's foreign; he claims it is definitely American. It is in very fine condition, not worn much at all. It has a profile of a flying eagle with a snake in its claws and the date 1837 below that.
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January 27, 1989 | SUSAN CHRISTIAN, Susan Christian is a regular contributor to Orange County Life
Last week, we took a look at ways women can dress to enhance their appeal to eligible bachelors. Today we give equal time to the other side of the equation: how men should dress to attract women. First and foremost, experts advise, leave the office at the office. Three-piece pin stripes have their place--and that place is not after-work cocktail parties or dinner dates.
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January 20, 1989 | SUSAN CHRISTIAN, Susan Christian is a regular contributor to Orange County Life
How should a woman dress for success? It depends on the goal at which she is trying to succeed. For the single woman, dressing to attract an eligible bachelor can be just as important as dressing to attract a promotion. Sophistication and femininity, however, need not cancel one another out. "Many women have this idea that they should look sexy on a first date, so they wear a slinky, revealing dress," said Jennifer Butler, a Los Angeles-based color and design specialist.
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