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January 14, 1993 | THOMAS S. MULLIGAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In the first alliance between a major U.S. insurer and a Latino-owned counterpart, Transamerica Occidental Life Insurance Co. and Gulf Atlantic Life Insurance Co. announced a $10-million joint venture Wednesday to market group life insurance products nationally. The partners, both based in Los Angeles, said they will aim their sales efforts at government, union and private-sector entities that seek to do business with minority-owned firms. Mayor Tom Bradley and Rebuild L.A. Co-chairman Peter V.
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January 14, 1993 | THOMAS S. MULLIGAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In the first alliance between a major U.S. insurer and a Latino-owned counterpart, Transamerica Occidental Life Insurance Co. and Gulf Atlantic Life Insurance Co. announced a $10-million joint venture Wednesday to market group life insurance products nationally. The partners, both based in Los Angeles, said they will aim their sales efforts at government, union and private-sector entities that seek to do business with minority-owned firms. Mayor Tom Bradley and Rebuild L.A. Co-chairman Peter V.
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OPINION
January 17, 1993
There have been many disappointments in the slow-going effort to rebuild and renew Los Angeles. But last week, for a change, there were signs of pleasant developments coming the city's way. Thrifty Corp., operator of Thrifty Drug, announced that it will rebuild three of its stores destroyed by the riots last year. Thrifty, the oldest and largest drugstore chain in Los Angeles, was hit hard by last spring's burning and looting.
ENTERTAINMENT
February 8, 1992 | SHAUNA SNOW, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The nascent Latino Museum of History, Art and Culture, on the verge of locating a site after nearly three years of planning, has lost one of its mainstays--its president and executive director. Frank H. Cruz, the former KNBC-TV anchorman who took over the post in February, 1991, left the museum last week after being named chairman of the board of the new Gulf Atlantic Life Insurance Co.
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September 29, 1999 | MARC BALLON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Award-winning broadcaster and longtime Orange County resident Frank Cruz on Tuesday was elected chairman of the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, the Washington, D.C.-based nonprofit group that is a major source of funding for public radio and television stations and programming. The election of Cruz reflects the organization's emphasis on diversity, one of the CPB's top three budget and policy priorities in the coming year.
NEWS
May 15, 1992
Rodolfo F. Acuna PROFESSOR OF CHICANO STUDIES, CAL STATE NORTHRIDGE You have to give people hope. I'm taking it to the streets--marching. It's totally peaceful. I want to give high school students the feeling of empowerment. You have to give people an alternative to putting their name on the wall and joining gangs. That's why the marches of the '60s were successful. Donald C. McKayle CHOREOGRAPHER; PROFESSOR OF DANCE, UC IRVINE Rebuild a sense of the future in young people's lives.
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November 10, 1992 | GLENN F. BUNTING, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Members of the new California congressional delegation wasted no time in the days after last week's election trying to resolve their longstanding partisan differences and convert their record numbers into real clout on Capitol Hill. Many of the 52 veteran and newly elected lawmakers--who in January will make up the largest state delegation in U.S. history--say they are committed to bringing home a bigger share of federal projects than in previous years.
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