implement the core of its decision, that "the best interests of the
children" was the key, the order would have to require both parents
to either move to the same location or stay where they are with the
It's mildly interesting that Unger "agrees with this decision,"
that "the welfare of the children must remain paramount." But in any
case, one or the other of the parents suffers and loses a part of
both their old and new lives from an inability to solve their disdain
for one another ending in divorce. An inequitable situation in every
case. And in spite of what attorneys, courts, and Mr. Unger may
profess as a good decision.
RICHARD M. HOLBROOK
No need to worry, according to our police chief
I remember when Bill Holderness expressed strong concern [with the
Town Center project] at a Glendale City Council meeting. He said that
Mann Theatres [might] not renew their contract with The Exchange if
Caruso's theaters go through.
Well, I have good news for you, Mr. Holderness. You can rest easy
because Police Chief Randy Adams says your business will be enhanced
by the Americana at Brand.
Who's paying for the officers at the Galleria?
I do not understand how General Growth can get the city to pay for
five officers at the substation in the Galleria and complain that
Rick Caruso will furnish only one in the new Town Center. Why should
he pay for even one officer?
General Growth now can use that savings to pay for all [the
propaganda] they send to all of us almost every day. [A recent
article] lists almost $1 million is being spent by General Growth
Properties. Our taxes are paying for those five officers, so we are
paying for [the propaganda] that we get from General Growth
Sad, but true. Surely one would think the 250 or so stores in the
Galleria could pay for their security.
Teachers should keep personal beliefs to themselves
I don't know why Dan Kimber has chosen to reopen the Pledge of
Allegiance "under God" can of worms at this time, inasmuch as his