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July 11, 1985
The Southern California Alliance for Survival will unveil what it is calling the "world's largest peace symbol" in a ceremony at noon Tuesday at Palisades Park. Speakers will include Dr. Samuel J. Sperling of Los Angeles Physicians for Social Responsibility, City Councilman James P. Conn and Miguel Pulido, president of the Southern California Alliance for Survival. The ceremony will also include music and poetry recitals. The peace symbol will be on display until July 17.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 27, 1991
Peace activist Jerry Rubin, alarmed that parents may be turning children's bedrooms into barracks, said in Los Angeles on Thursday that the Alliance for Survival will again exchange war toys for teddy bears. "War is not a game," Rubin said in announcing the fourth year of the exchange program. "War toys are desensitizing children to the harsh realities of war."
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 27, 1991
Peace activist Jerry Rubin, alarmed that parents may be turning children's bedrooms into barracks, said in Los Angeles on Thursday that the Alliance for Survival will again exchange war toys for teddy bears. "War is not a game," Rubin said in announcing the fourth year of the exchange program. "War toys are desensitizing children to the harsh realities of war."
NEWS
July 11, 1985
The Southern California Alliance for Survival will unveil what it is calling the "world's largest peace symbol" in a ceremony at noon Tuesday at Palisades Park. Speakers will include Dr. Samuel J. Sperling of Los Angeles Physicians for Social Responsibility, City Councilman James P. Conn and Miguel Pulido, president of the Southern California Alliance for Survival. The ceremony will also include music and poetry recitals. The peace symbol will be on display until July 17.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 5, 1985
The Sierra Club and Southern California Alliance for Survival have filed suit to stop the future operation of Reactor Unit 1 at the San Onofre nuclear power plant until it is further modified. The suit, filed last week in the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals, seeks to overturn a November order by the Nuclear Regulatory Commission that allows Unit 1 to operate before completion of earthquake modifications. More than half of the $240-million project has been completed, utility spokesmen said.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 5, 1985 | STEVE TRIPOLI
The Sierra Club and Southern California Alliance for Survival have filed suit to stop the future operation of Reactor Unit 1 at the San Onofre nuclear power plant until it is further modified. The suit, filed in the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals, seeks to overturn a November order by the Nuclear Regulatory Commission allowing Unit 1 to operate prior to completion of earthquake modifications. More than half of the $240-million project already has been completed, utility spokesmen said.
NEWS
February 12, 1985 | Associated Press
The Nuclear Regulatory Commission today rejected an appeal to shut down one of three reactors at the San Onofre nuclear plant and voted again to deny its opponents a new hearing on allowing the unit to operate. On a 4-1 vote, the commission denied a petition by the Sierra Club and the Southern California Alliance for Survival for the shutdown order and a hearing.
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