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March 30, 1992 | CRISTINA LEE
Working at Airborne Systems Inc.'s plant here is a little like attending a session of the United Nations. Jack Van Eden, president and co-founder, is a native of the Netherlands. More than half of the company's 25 employees are engineers from Asia, the Middle East or Latin America. Immigrants from Iraq work alongside those from Iran--two nations at war not long ago. And engineers from China work next to those from Vietnam and the Philippines.
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March 30, 1992 | CRISTINA LEE
Working at Airborne Systems Inc.'s plant here is a little like attending a session of the United Nations. Jack Van Eden, president and co-founder, is a native of the Netherlands. More than half of the company's 25 employees are engineers from Asia, the Middle East or Latin America. Immigrants from Iraq work alongside those from Iran--two nations at war not long ago. And engineers from China work next to those from Vietnam and the Philippines.
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May 21, 1991 | PAMELA MARIN
Big plans netted a bigger party Sunday at the South Coast Cancer League's "A Taste for Life" benefit at the Robert Mondavi Wine and Food Center in Costa Mesa. More than 670 guests paid $100 each to sample food from 25 local restaurants and choose from 170 domestic and imported wines. Attendance was nearly double last year's bash--this in a season of slim guest lists and paired-down proceeds. How did party planners do it? "I totally panicked," admitted Donna Blue, who chaired the event.
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