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September 14, 1997 | JOCELYN Y. STEWART, TIMES STAFF WRITER
They may have never sat next to each other in class or shared notes or secrets. Yet in their memories there is a sameness, an echo that reverberates from a place they still hold dear. And when they speak, this is what is heard, not the things that separate them, but a place--St. Andrew Catholic School in Pasadena--that binds them. "We had beautiful, happy associations," said 90-year-old Cecilia Kealey, a member of the class of 1925.
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September 14, 1997 | JOCELYN Y. STEWART, TIMES STAFF WRITER
They may have never sat next to each other in class or shared notes or secrets. Yet in their memories there is a sameness, an echo that reverberates from a place they still hold dear. And when they speak, this is what is heard, not the things that separate them, but a place--St. Andrew Catholic School in Pasadena--that binds them. "We had beautiful, happy associations," said 90-year-old Cecilia Kealey, a member of the class of 1925.
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We are recognizing that poverty perpetrates itself. Five- and 6-year-old children are inheritors of the poverty curse--not its creators. Unless we act, these children will pass it on to the next generation--like a family birthmark. --President Lyndon B. Johnson, at a White House ceremony May 18, 1965, launching Project Head Start. Head Start, considered by many one of the real victories in L.B.J.'s War on Poverty, is 20 years old.
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