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April 10, 1996
It is National VA Research Week at the Veterans Affairs Medical Center in West Los Angeles, and the hospital is marking the occasion by inviting students, residents and health organizations to the facility to talk about ongoing research. Researchers at the West Los Angeles facility are working on about 500 research projects at any given time, said Dr. Stephen Pandol, research director.
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May 30, 1996 | LAURA ACCINELLI
Scott McKissick walked out of prison last month and managed something he has never managed before: He didn't take a drink, and he didn't smoke dope. This time, when he walked out of Chino State Penitentiary, he had a place to go. He had the Haven at the Veterans Administration Medical Center in West Los Angeles. Discharged from the Army in 1980, McKissick has spent most of the years since in jail for crimes ranging from armed robbery to parole violation.
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March 18, 1994 | ALAN C. MILLER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Faced with a continuing influx of applications for aid from homeowners and businesses, the Clinton Administration announced Thursday that it is making $417 million in new emergency loans and grants available to victims of the Northridge earthquake. The assistance includes $326 million in low-interest loans to repair and rebuild homes and businesses under the auspices of the Small Business Administration and $90.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 10, 1996
It is National VA Research Week at the Veterans Affairs Medical Center in West Los Angeles, and the hospital is marking the occasion by inviting students, residents and health organizations to the facility to talk about ongoing research. Researchers at the West Los Angeles facility are working on about 500 research projects at any given time, said Dr. Stephen Pandol, research director.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 1, 1994 | ANTONIO OLIVO
The Disabled American Veterans has donated two new shuttle vans to the Sepulveda Veterans Medical Center in North Hills to use for transporting disabled veterans to and from the facility. The medical center's shuttle fleet, now at four, serves an average of 200 to 300 veterans who sustained a disabling injury while on active duty.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 10, 1994 | JEFF SCHNAUFER
Free shuttle service for veterans needing transportation to and from the Sepulveda Veterans Administration Hospital has been expanded to veterans residing in Ventura. The shuttle, provided by the Disabled American Veterans, already serves clients in Simi Valley, Lancaster and the San Fernando Valley. The four vans are driven by volunteers. "We realize a lot of people don't have money . . .
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 30, 1996 | LAURA ACCINELLI
Scott McKissick walked out of prison last month and managed something he has never managed before: He didn't take a drink, and he didn't smoke dope. This time, when he walked out of Chino State Penitentiary, he had a place to go. He had the Haven at the Veterans Administration Medical Center in West Los Angeles. Discharged from the Army in 1980, McKissick has spent most of the years since in jail for crimes ranging from armed robbery to parole violation.
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March 11, 2000 | ELAINE WOO, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Dorothy Kohlars, an Army nurse in France during World War I who at 104 may have been the oldest American veteran, died Monday at the Veterans Home of California in Barstow. Kohlars, who had vowed to live into the 21st century, died in her sleep, officials at the home said. Born in Hanover, Mass., in 1895, Kohlars graduated from nursing school toward the end of World War I. She joined the U.S.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 1, 1994 | ANTONIO OLIVO
The Disabled American Veterans has donated two new shuttle vans to the Sepulveda Veterans Medical Center in North Hills to use for transporting disabled veterans to and from the facility. The medical center's shuttle fleet, now at four, serves an average of 200 to 300 veterans who sustained a disabling injury while on active duty.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 10, 1994 | JEFF SCHNAUFER
Free shuttle service for veterans needing transportation to and from the Sepulveda Veterans Administration Hospital has been expanded to veterans residing in Ventura. The shuttle, provided by the Disabled American Veterans, already serves clients in Simi Valley, Lancaster and the San Fernando Valley. The four vans are driven by volunteers. "We realize a lot of people don't have money . . .
NEWS
March 18, 1994 | ALAN C. MILLER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Faced with a continuing influx of applications for aid from homeowners and businesses, the Clinton Administration announced Thursday that it is making $417 million in new emergency loans and grants available to victims of the Northridge earthquake. The assistance includes $326 million in low-interest loans to repair and rebuild homes and businesses under the auspices of the Small Business Administration and $90.
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