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September 12, 1997 | JOE MOZINGO, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Hailing it as a major step in community policing, officials of the LAPD and a child abuse prevention organization unveiled a joint program Thursday that provides trained counselors to accompany police officers at scenes of domestic abuse where children are present. The program, called Emergency Response Intervention Network, establishes a round-the-clock team of counselors who also work with the families long after the police have moved on, organizers say.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 12, 1997 | JOE MOZINGO, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Hailing it as a major step in community policing, officials of the LAPD and a child abuse prevention organization unveiled a joint program Thursday that provides trained counselors to accompany police officers at scenes of domestic abuse where children are present. The program, called Emergency Response Intervention Network, establishes a round-the-clock team of counselors who also work with the families long after the police have moved on, organizers say.
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May 25, 1992
Morty Manford, 41, an early activist for gay rights who was at the Stonewall Inn, a Greenwich Village bar, when gay customers and raiding police officers battled in 1969. That event became a pivotal moment in the militancy of the modern gay rights movement. He also helped found Gay People at Columbia University, one of the nation's first gay campus organizations. In 1972 he brought assault charges against Michael Maye, then president of New York City's Uniformed Firefighters Assn.
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January 18, 1990 | BEA MAXWELL
* Downtown Dollar Days' First Chili Cook-off was held Nov. 10 at the Westin Bonaventure. Executive committee members of the nonprofit organization (formed by a group of downtown professionals concerned with homelessness) are president Glenn Sonnenberg, vice president Michael Flynn, secretary Virginia Weathers and treasurer Susan Fine Kroll.
MAGAZINE
August 21, 1994 | Ellen Alperstein
After seeing several of their peers charged with sexual malfeasance , getting sued for purportedly encouraging the recovery of false memories and just generally getting hauled into courts for any number of problems, real and imagined, many California psychotherapists are, well, paranoid. And, perhaps, with good reason. There are 8,000 to 10,000 lawsuits against therapists pending in U.S.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 20, 1995 | DAVID R. BAKER, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Paul Mason of Newbury Park eyed the long tables of Hollywood artifacts at Spanish Hills Golf and Country Club on Sunday, trying to decide which might be worth a bid. "I'm a big Helen Hunt fan, and they've got an autographed photo over there," he said. "They've got a 'Murphy Brown' script--that looked interesting."
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August 13, 1994 | PHIL SNEIDERMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
An AIDS education and support group has filed a complaint with federal authorities, alleging that a Lancaster radio talk show host made offensive and obscene comments to a local resident during a live broadcast. At a news conference on Friday, members of the Lancaster-based Catalyst Foundation for AIDS Awareness and Care displayed an Aug. 3 complaint letter the group sent to the Federal Communications Commission.
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April 15, 1987 | PENELOPE McMILLAN, Times Staff Writer
By the time he was diagnosed as having AIDS, Ron Rose had lost his job because he had been sick so much. His roommate wanted him to move out, so he had no place to live. And when he joined a support group, it seemed that other AIDS patients were just sitting around waiting to die. But this is not another sad tale about a victim of acquired immune deficiency syndrome, because the 35-year-old Rose decided to "concentrate on being alive."
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April 14, 1987 | PENELOPE McMILLAN, Times Staff Writer
By the time he was diagnosed as having AIDS, Ron Rose had lost his job because he had been sick so much. His roommate wanted him to move out, so he had no place to live. And when he joined a support group, it seemed that other AIDS patients were just sitting around waiting to die. But this is not another sad tale about a victim of acquired immune deficiency syndrome, because the 35-year-old Rose decided to "concentrate on being alive."
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April 11, 1999 | KENNETH L. KHACHIGIAN, Kenneth L. Khachigian is a veteran political strategist and former White House speech writer who practices law in Orange County. His column appears here every other week
The Salvation Army could have some serious competition next year--at least if you believe claims that California's film industry needs a financial break because of losing jobs to areas such as Canada where production costs are lower. Not to worry. Hollywood has turned to the Legislature looking for--what else?--tax relief. Tinseltown workers and unions claim that production has slowed here because the state isn't doing enough to help out.
HEALTH
November 8, 1999 | BOB ROSENBLATT
Taking care of somebody with a chronic health problem is like running a marathon, a long and grueling experience. "If you give it all your energy upfront, you exhaust yourself," warned Debra Cherry, a clinical psychologist and the assistant director of the Los Angeles Alzheimer's Assn. "You just have to pace yourself."
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