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May 20, 1988
A Glendale minister filed a $125-million slander suit in Superior Court Thursday against CBS and two of the network's producers, contending that a Feb. 6 segment of the "West 57th Street" television series intimated that he bilked the elderly of $4 million. Dr. William McBernie's lawyer, Isaac Berneman, said the $4 million in missing funds CBS cited concerned money McBernie borrowed from his congregation to build Church of Glendale, formerly the Community Church of America.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 20, 1988
A Glendale minister filed a $125-million slander suit in Superior Court Thursday against CBS and two of the network's producers, contending that a Feb. 6 segment of the "West 57th Street" television series intimated that he bilked the elderly of $4 million. Dr. William McBernie's lawyer, Isaac Berneman, said the $4 million in missing funds CBS cited concerned money McBernie borrowed from his congregation to build Church of Glendale, formerly the Community Church of America.
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January 8, 2010
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May 5, 1985
St. Mary's Armenian Apostolic Church of Glendale has bought the former First Church of Christ, Scientist building at 500 S. Central Ave. for $3 million. Spokesmen for Thomas Realty Co. Inc., which represented the seller, said Glendale's First and Second Churches of Christ, Scientist have bought land in the 1300 block of North Brand Boulevard for construction of a shared facility. Meanwhile, both congregations will worship at the Second Church's building at 1020 W. Kenneth Road.
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November 7, 1990
Elwood Martin Ingledue, who had lived in Glendale since 1911, has died at his home. He was 91. Ingledue died Monday after suffering a stroke, said his son, Ronald E. Ingledue. Born June 21, 1899, in Lima, Ohio, Ingledue came to California in 1908, graduated from Glendale High School and earned a degree from Occidental College in 1923. In 1936, he founded the Hotel and Travel Index, a directory for travel agents that he published in addition to four other travel guides until 1975.
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November 30, 1995
Glendale City Council members voted Tuesday to exempt an Armenian Orthodox church and two other congregations from a historic preservation ordinance. In a lengthy hearing Tuesday night, more than 150 church supporters and preservation advocates packed City Hall to debate the merits of preserving older buildings intact as opposed to modifying them to serve current needs.
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July 4, 1995 | JOHN DART, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Rev. William Steuart McBirnie of Newport Beach, a onetime conservative commentator on his "Voice of Americanism" radio show, will be remembered in a memorial service Sunday at United Community Church of Glendale, a congregation he founded in 1961 and quit amid controversy in 1986. McBirnie, who was 75, died June 21 in his home. In his heyday, McBirnie built the independent United Community Church of Glendale into a large congregation and later added a 1,300-seat auditorium for services.
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October 28, 1994
* A candidates forum--featuring local candidates running for Congress and the Assembly--will be held from noon to 6 p.m. Saturday at Antelope Valley College's choral room, 3041 W. Ave. K, Lancaster. The event is sponsored by the NAACP Antelope Valley chapter. Admission is free. Information: (805) 943-3241, Ext. 260. * The League of Women Voters will make a presentation and review of the Nov. 8 ballot initiatives at three locations. One will be held at 1:30 p.m.
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May 19, 1995
Phillip Michael Dunigan, accused of painting satanic symbols and anti-Christian slogans on a Glendale church, carried a Bible into a Los Angeles courtroom and pleaded guilty to a single count of vandalizing religious property. In exchange for his plea, prosecutors agreed to drop hate crime allegations against the 18-year-old Dunigan when he returns to court for sentencing May 30. He also will be spared a state prison term. "He's a great kid," said defense attorney Tonya Deetz.
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May 15, 1991
Abigail S. Davis, who taught at John Muir Elementary School in Glendale for more than 20 years, has died at a Glendale retirement home. She was 104. Mrs. Davis died Monday of complications of her advanced age, said her daughter, Abigail Abner of Glendale. Born Abigail Switzer in Fennimore, Wis., she graduated from the University of Minnesota and worked as a high school principal and math and science teacher in Canby, Minn., before moving to Glendale in 1924.
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