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February 16, 1996 | RUSS LOAR and KIMBERLY BROWER and HOPE HAMASHIGE and SARAH KLEIN
A local manufacturer has donated $50,000 worth of used video and editing equipment to Aliso Niguel High School. Endevco, an aerospace electronics firm that has operated in San Juan Capistrano since 1974, learned of Aliso Niguel's need for equipment when an employee, Gale Goodall, attended an open house and spoke with her daughter's video journalism teacher, Brian Devaney. The teacher told parents that, because resources were scarce, students often had to make appointments to use the equipment.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 16, 1996 | RUSS LOAR and KIMBERLY BROWER and HOPE HAMASHIGE and SARAH KLEIN
A local manufacturer has donated $50,000 worth of used video and editing equipment to Aliso Niguel High School. Endevco, an aerospace electronics firm that has operated in San Juan Capistrano since 1974, learned of Aliso Niguel's need for equipment when an employee, Gale Goodall, attended an open house and spoke with her daughter's video journalism teacher, Brian Devaney. The teacher told parents that, because resources were scarce, students often had to make appointments to use the equipment.
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BUSINESS
January 4, 1990
Endevco in San Juan Capistrano won a $1.3-million contract from the Navy to supply a contact fuze triggering device.
BUSINESS
January 4, 1990
Endevco in San Juan Capistrano won a $1.3-million contract from the Navy to supply a contact fuze triggering device.
BUSINESS
July 24, 1985 | DJ
Endevco Inc. said it will expand its Gun Point gas treating plant in Dewitt County, Tex., to a total processing capacity of 77 million cubic feet of gas per day from 27 million. Because of new gas reserves at the site, Endevco said it will relocate an inactive gas treatment unit from its Fandango plant in Jim Hogg County, Tex., to the Gun Point location. Endevco is an energy development company involved in gas transportation.
BUSINESS
March 4, 1986 | JEFF ROWE, Jeff Rowe is a free-lance writer
Becton Dickinson & Co., a medical equipment maker, said it plans to sell its San Juan Capistrano-based Endevco division, which manufactures shock- and vibration measuring instruments used in jet engines, nuclear power plants and ordnance production. Becton, of Paramus, N.J., said the Endevco unit had fiscal 1985 sales of about $50 million and has about 600 employees worldwide. About 450 of those workers are at the Orange County facility. Wesley J.
BUSINESS
July 3, 1994 | DON LEE
In her darkest moments last year, after getting laid off from a job as human resources administrator for Endevco Corp. in July, Susie Lewis often walked up and down the Laguna beach, trying to fight despair. It wasn't easy. When she lost the job she had held for 4 1/2 years, Lewis also was on the verge of losing her 83-year-old mother in Denver to cancer. Lewis made five trips in her '89 Oldsmobile to Colorado to visit her mother last year.
BUSINESS
January 23, 2001 | LESLIE EARNEST, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Manufacturing activity in Orange County and the Inland Empire weakened in the fourth quarter, new surveys show. And experts see further troubles ahead in the near term as the energy crunch forces a growing number of companies to shut down or curtail production. Overall, manufacturing in Orange County still grew slightly in the October-to-December period, according to Chapman University's quarterly survey of purchasing managers released Monday.
BUSINESS
December 17, 1990
Best- and worst-performing industries and companies in each group, with closing stock price, for the week ended Dec. 14. Only stocks trading for $1 or higher are included. BEST PERFORMERS 1) Shoes: +3.59% G-III (5): +17.7% 2) Heavy equipment: +2.6% Kubota (105): +12.9% 3) Meat/dairy products: +2.2% Hudson Foods A(8 3/4): +25% 4) Rubber/plastic: +1.9% Fst Brands(20): +12.7% 5) Paper/packaging: +1.7% Peerless Tube(1 5/8): +30% 6) Cosmetics: +1.4% DEP(4): +23.1% 7) Metals/nonferrous Coal: +1.
BUSINESS
July 24, 1985 | DJ
Endevco Inc. said it will expand its Gun Point gas treating plant in Dewitt County, Tex., to a total processing capacity of 77 million cubic feet of gas per day from 27 million. Because of new gas reserves at the site, Endevco said it will relocate an inactive gas treatment unit from its Fandango plant in Jim Hogg County, Tex., to the Gun Point location. Endevco is an energy development company involved in gas transportation.
BUSINESS
February 4, 1991
Best- and worst-performing industries and companies in each group, with closing stock price, for the week ended Feb. 1. Only stocks trading for $1 or higher are included. BEST PERFORMERS 1) Light machinery: +10.8% FSI (3 3/4): +50% 2) Credit: +9.9% Pro Med Cap (6): +14.3% 3) Shoes: +9.3% G-III (4 7/8): +30% 4) Savings and loans: +8.8% Howard Svgs NJ (2 1/2): +150% 5) Heavy construction: +7.3% Nichols Rsch (16 3/4): +24.1% 6) Entertainment: +6.7% Cineplex Odeon (2 3/8): +35.7% 7) Shipping: +6.
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