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April 5, 1988 | RAYMOND L. SANCHEZ, Times Staff Writer
Before it even started, Dr. Stephen P. Grifka's proposed role as "official facial plastic surgery consultant" to the Miss San Diego contest has been severed amid strong criticism from the head of the Miss California Pageant, which oversees the contest. The Culver City-based physician was appointed to the unpaid position last January by Dayna Waitley, executive director of the Miss San Diego Pageant, after the recommendation of mutual friends.
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April 5, 1988 | RAYMOND L. SANCHEZ, Times Staff Writer
Before it even started, Dr. Stephen P. Grifka's proposed role as "official facial plastic surgery consultant" to the Miss San Diego contest has been severed amid strong criticism from the head of the Miss California Pageant, which oversees the contest. The Culver City-based physician was appointed to the unpaid position last January by Dayna Waitley, executive director of the Miss San Diego Pageant, after the recommendation of mutual friends.
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April 1, 1988 | ALAN CITRON, Times Staff Writer
To the astonishment of Miss America Pageant officials, affiliates from the Miss San Diego contest have named a Culver City physician to serve as their "official facial plastic surgery consultant." Dr. Stephen P. Grifka was appointed to the unpaid position earlier this year. The agreement calls for the 30-year-old surgeon to advise participants on ways to "enhance" their physical appearances. Grifka said cosmetic surgery is a legitimate option for today's beauty queens.
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April 1, 1988 | ALAN CITRON, Times Staff Writer
To the astonishment of Miss America Pageant officials, affiliates from the Miss San Diego contest have named a Culver City physician to serve as their "official facial plastic surgery consultant." Dr. Stephen P. Grifka was appointed to the unpaid position earlier this year. The agreement calls for the 30-year-old surgeon to advise participants on ways to "enhance" their physical appearances. Grifka said cosmetic surgery is a legitimate option for today's beauty queens.
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April 5, 1988 | RAYMOND L. SANCHEZ, Times Staff Writer
Before it even started, Dr. Stephen P. Grifka's proposed role as "official facial plastic surgery consultant" to the Miss San Diego contest has been severed amid strong criticism from the head of the Miss California Pageant, which oversees the contest. The Culver City-based physician was appointed to the unpaid position in January by Dayna Waitley, executive director of the Miss San Diego Pageant, on the recommendation of mutual friends.
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