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May 28, 1989 | BEVERLY BEYETTE, Times Staff Writer
The squeaking of Dr. Serena Young's leg braces cuts the silence as, swinging along on her crutches, she hurries down a corridor at Rancho Los Amigos Medical Center. She laughs and says, "I need oiling." Young, an orthopedic surgeon, has just completed two surgeries--a 3 1/2-hour multiple limb repair and a 1 1/2-hour procedure to straighten a claw-like hand--and now she is on her way to the intensive care unit to look in on a brain-injured boy. Her patient is a heartbreaker, a handsome blue-eyed teen-ager who was supposed to die but didn't after being horribly injured three years ago in a car accident.
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May 28, 1989 | BEVERLY BEYETTE, Times Staff Writer
The squeaking of Dr. Serena Young's leg braces cuts the silence as, swinging along on her crutches, she hurries down a corridor at Rancho Los Amigos Medical Center. She laughs and says, "I need oiling." Young, an orthopedic surgeon, has just completed two surgeries--a 3 1/2-hour multiple limb repair and a 1 1/2-hour procedure to straighten a claw-like hand--and now she is on her way to the intensive care unit to look in on a brain-injured boy. Her patient is a heartbreaker, a handsome blue-eyed teen-ager who was supposed to die but didn't after being horribly injured three years ago in a car accident.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 12, 1989
The mystery of Audie Chatman ("Why Do Students Quit? Unlocking the Riddle of Dropouts," by Ron Harris, Part I, May 28)? What is so mysterious? Here's a 17-year-old kid who is failing miserably at school, because he doesn't study, stays out at night, wakes up late, and doesn't go to class. So why are government officials, corporate executives and misguided sociologists so baffled? This kid, like so many others, is lazy. Which isn't all that surprising since his mother has candidly admitted, "I've got this lazy thing.
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October 11, 1990
The Industry-based Orange County Container Corp., a producer of corrogated shipping boxes, has won the Xerox Corp.'s Multinational Supplier Award for Excellence. Company President Michael Feterik accepted the award Sept. 19. The award is given annually to a U.S. vendor whose product quality, pricing and service are considered by Xerox to be excellent, said Ed Portune, a Xerox executive. Feterik started the company in Cerritos in 1981 with four employees and $105,000. On Jan.
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