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September 12, 2006 | Valerie J. Nelson, Times Staff Writer
Clair W. Burgener, a Republican from San Diego who was best known for taking off his genteel gloves during his final race for Congress in 1980 to soundly defeat Ku Klux Klan leader Tom Metzger, has died. He was 84. Burgener died Saturday of complications from Alzheimer's disease at Silverado Senior Living in Encinitas, Calif., where he had resided in recent years, said Aurora Griggs, a nurse at the facility. Former Gov.
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September 12, 2006 | Valerie J. Nelson, Times Staff Writer
Clair W. Burgener, a Republican from San Diego who was best known for taking off his genteel gloves during his final race for Congress in 1980 to soundly defeat Ku Klux Klan leader Tom Metzger, has died. He was 84. Burgener died Saturday of complications from Alzheimer's disease at Silverado Senior Living in Encinitas, Calif., where he had resided in recent years, said Aurora Griggs, a nurse at the facility. Former Gov.
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July 15, 1988 | LARRY GORDON, Times Education Writer
The University of California will hike tuition for out-of-state residents by an additional 10% to ease the effects of a state budget that UC President David P. Gardner on Thursday called "a formula for disaster." Tuition for out-of-state students will rise to $1,502 a quarter beginning this winter at eight UC campuses and to $2,553 a semester at UC Berkeley, which is on a two-term calendar. The increase is in addition to a 5% rise approved last year, which goes into effect this fall.
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July 15, 1988 | LARRY GORDON, Times Education Writer
The University of California will hike tuition for out-of-state residents by an additional 10% to ease the effects of a state budget that UC President David P. Gardner on Thursday called "a formula for disaster." Tuition for out-of-state students will rise to $1,502 a quarter beginning this winter at eight UC campuses and to $2,553 a semester at UC Berkeley, which is on a two-term calendar. The increase is in addition to a 5% rise approved last year, which goes into effect this fall.
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October 1, 1986 | From a Times Staff Writer
In a rare instance of election-year harmony, California Democratic and Republican party leaders joined Tuesday in denouncing Proposition 64, the Lyndon H. LaRouche-backed anti-AIDS ballot initiative. "AIDS is a nonpartisan disease and affects Republicans and Democrats equally," Democratic Party Chairwoman Betty Smith said at a joint press conference with her Republican counterpart, Clair W. Burgener.
BUSINESS
March 7, 1997
These appointments were made recently by the governor. * Roy A. Anderson of La Canada has been appointed to the Electrical Oversight Board, created last year to help oversee the deregulation of the state's electric industry. Anderson, 77, was the chairman and chief executive of Lockheed Corp. from 1956 to 1985. No salary. No Senate confirmation required. * Clair W.
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December 5, 1991
The membership was announced Wednesday of the committee that will search for a successor to retiring University of California President David P. Gardner. The committee, all members of the UC Board of Regents, will be headed by Jacques S. Yeager, a construction company executive from Riverside. Also appointed to the selection panel by board Chairwoman Meredith Khachigian were Harold M. Williams, president of the J. Paul Getty Trust in Los Angeles; Dean A.
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September 21, 1995 | JULIE MARQUIS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Top University of California officials Wednesday issued a statement of support for UC Irvine Chancellor Laurel L. Wilkening, whose administration was accused by Lt. Gov. Gray Davis this week of downplaying the campus's fertility clinic scandal. "Chancellor Wilkening enjoys our full support for her effective leadership in addressing the matters related to the Center for Reproductive Health," UC President Jack W. Peltason and Board of Regents Chairman Clair W. Burgener said in a joint statement.
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April 30, 1989 | Compiled by Jerry Gillam, Times staff writer
Governor Issued proclamations designating next week as Days of Rememberance for the Victims of the Holocaust, and the month of May as Neighborhood Watch Crime Prevention Month. Will hold a ceremony honoring Older Californians Month in Sacramento on Wednesday, and play in Muscular Dystrophy Capitol Classic Charity Golf Tournament in Sacramento on Friday. Appointed Thomas G. Beermann of Sacramento as his deputy press secretary. Beermann, 30, replaces Donna Lucas, who moved over to the treasurer's office.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 26, 1990
With the exception of one Los Angeles resident, the seven members of San Diego Gas & Electric's board of directors are San Diegans. Members of the largely home-grown group are active in local business, civic and charitable circles. * Clair W. Burgener, 68, a director since 1983, is president of a local real estate development firm. He is a former Republican Congressman from La Jolla. * Malin Burnham, 62, is director of a financial services firm and chairman of First National Corp.
BUSINESS
November 14, 1995
* Charles E. Boone has been named president of Con-Way Western Express in Buena Park, a regional trucking company. He succeeds George C. Reid, who left the company. Boone had been vice president of sales for Con-Way Southern Express in Fort Worth. In addition, James P. Gray has joined the company as executive vice president. Gray had been vice president of national sales for Con-Way Transportation Services, the parent company. * Clair W.
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June 10, 1986 | GREG JOHNSON, Times Staff Writer
A group led by former U.S. Rep. Bob Wilson wants to transform an unused, 75-acre tract at Brown Field into an exposition grounds that, starting in May, 1988, would host military and commercial aerospace shows similar to those held in Paris and Farnsborough, England. On Monday, officials of the group suggested that the shows, which would be held each spring during even-numbered years, would provide 1,000 new jobs, generate a $28-million payroll, and pump $117 million into the local economy.
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