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January 13, 1988 | TED VOLLMER, Times Staff Writer
A newly formed citizens committee, heavily financed by Occidental Petroleum Corp. and led by several prominent political figures, vowed Tuesday to wage an all-out assault on a proposed ballot measure that would prevent Occidental from drilling for oil in the Pacific Palisades. Called the Los Angeles Public and Coastal Protection Committee, the new organization chaired by former California Gov. Edmund G.
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March 22, 1992 | MATT LAIT, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Thirty years after winning a bitter gubernatorial race against Richard M. Nixon, former California Gov. Edmund G. (Pat) Brown on Saturday walked into the birthplace of his long-ago opponent and declared that the victory was "the greatest thrill I have ever had." "I can remember when the returns came in, grabbing them and shaking my hand . . .
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June 16, 1986 | PATRICK McDONNELL, Times Staff Writer
The mood was celebratory at UC San Diego on Sunday. The sun shone brightly, a gentle breeze caressed the campus, smiling faces were plentiful as a rousing bagpipe band ushered in graduation ceremonies for 800 students at John Muir College. After congratulating students and wishing them well, former Gov. Edmund G. "Pat" Brown moved to a more somber topic, one that seemed to catch some of the several thousand spectators by surprise on this balmy late-spring day.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 13, 1988 | TED VOLLMER, Times Staff Writer
A newly formed citizens committee, heavily financed by Occidental Petroleum Corp. and led by several prominent political figures, vowed Tuesday to wage an all-out assault on a proposed ballot measure that would prevent Occidental from drilling for oil in the Pacific Palisades. Called the Los Angeles Public and Coastal Protection Committee, the new organization chaired by former California Gov. Edmund G.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 22, 1992 | MATT LAIT, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Thirty years after winning a bitter gubernatorial race against Richard M. Nixon, former California Gov. Edmund G. (Pat) Brown on Saturday walked into the birthplace of his long-ago opponent and declared that the victory was "the greatest thrill I have ever had." "I can remember when the returns came in, grabbing them and shaking my hand . . .
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February 19, 1996
Public services will be held in Los Angeles and San Francisco this week for two-term Gov. Edmund G. "Pat" Brown Sr., patriarch of the state's most prominent political family. Brown, 90, died Friday of a heart attack at his Benedict Canyon home. Visitation will be held from 4 to 7 p.m. today at Pierce Brothers Westwood Village Chapel, 1218 Glendon Ave., said Brown family spokeswoman Barbara Marcus. A funeral Mass will be celebrated at 1 p.m. Wednesday at St. Cecilia's Church in San Francisco.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 17, 1987
Former Gov. Edmund G. (Pat) Brown, who formed a private, nonprofit government affairs institute eight years ago to study issues ranging from water resources to mass transportation in California, announced Monday that he is merging the organization with Cal State Los Angeles to ensure continued funding and operating resources. As part of the agreement, Brown's Institute of Government Affairs and the university's Center for Public Resources are being dissolved to form the Edmund G.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 29, 1992
Six Southern California campuses of the California State University system will join forces to provide expertise and other assistance to agencies, community groups, businesses and others in the post-riot rebuilding process. The campuses will form a coalition to be administered through the Edmund G. (Pat) Brown Institute of Public Affairs at Cal State Los Angeles. The other campuses involved are Dominguez Hills, Fullerton, Long Beach, Northridge, San Bernardino and Pomona.
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June 16, 1986 | PATRICK McDONNELL, Times Staff Writer
The mood was celebratory at UC San Diego on Sunday. The sun shone brightly, a gentle breeze caressed the campus, smiling faces were plentiful as a rousing bagpipe band ushered in graduation ceremonies for 800 students at John Muir College. After congratulating students and wishing them well, former Gov. Edmund G. "Pat" Brown moved to a more somber topic, one that seemed to catch some of the several thousand spectators by surprise on this balmy late-spring day.
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June 23, 1986
Former Gov. Edmund G. (Pat) Brown was awarded the San Fernando Valley Democratic Party's lifetime achievement award Sunday. The Helen Greenberg Memorial Achievement award is named for a longtime Valley Democratic Party activist who died in January. The award is given to honor "individuals who have contributed both time and effort to the welfare of the Democratic Party in the San Fernando Valley as well as throughout the state."
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