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BUSINESS
February 4, 1987
Citadel Holding Corp., Glendale, named Edward L. Kane president and vice chairman of the company and of its wholly owned subsidiary, Fidelity Federal Savings & Loan Assn. Kane has been a director of Citadel and Fidelity since 1985 and is a partner in the San Diego law firm of Haskins, Nugent, Newnham, Kane & Zvetina. Citadel Chairman James A. Taylor said that Citadel and Fidelity will continue to be administered by their respective executive management committees, with Kane presiding over both.
NEWS
February 21, 1988
A state appeals court in San Francisco ruled a Berkeley police officer who hurt his knee in a lunchtime basketball game is eligible for workers' compensation, but an electronics technician who suffered a similar injury cannot collect any money from the state. The 1st District Court of Appeal said Berkeley Policeman James A. Taylor should be granted compensation because his job requires him to stay in good physical shape, but there was no such requirement for David E.
BUSINESS
June 26, 1987
James A. Taylor, chairman of Fidelity Federal Savings & Loan Assn. and its parent company, Citadel Holding Corp., was named to the additional title of CEO of the S&L. The post had been vacant since January when Gerald D. Barrone resigned. Taylor, who has served as a director since 1974, was named chairman of the Glendale-based holding company and S&L in 1985.
BUSINESS
September 13, 1985 | KATHLEEN DAY
Citadel Holding Corp., the parent of Glendale-based Fidelity Federal Savings & Loan Assn., announced Thursday that Spencer Scott has resigned as chairman, director and chief executive. The company refused to disclose why. As its new chief, Citadel named Gerald D. Barrone, who also will continue as president of the company, a job he took in 1982. The company said it named James A. Taylor, a director since 1974, as acting chairman. None of the officials were available for comment.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 18, 1998 | Jake Finch
COMEDIAN TO PERFORM: Professional comedian-impersonator James A. Taylor will perform with the House Band at 8 tonight at Bethel Christian Fellowship, 5310-P Derry Ave., Agoura Hills. Free. Information: (818) 889-7215. POTLUCK DINNER: A Christmas-in-July potluck dinner to benefit Operation Santa Claus will be held from 6 to 8 p.m. Sunday in the social hall of First Christian Church of North Hollywood, 4390 Colfax Ave.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 7, 1999
Longtime Ventura resident Betty Joan Taylor died last week after a six-month fight with cancer. She was 71. Taylor was born Aug. 23, 1927, in McKeesport, Pa., but spent her childhood in York. After World War II, she moved to Ventura with her sister and attended Ventura College. As a young professional, Taylor worked for the Star-Free Press. She later launched a business with her former husband, James F. Taylor, whom she met while playing organ for their church choir.
NEWS
August 5, 1993 | SHERYL STOLBERG, TIMES MEDICAL WRITER
In a study that offers new warnings to parents, a team of Australian researchers reports today that babies who sleep on their stomachs are more likely to die of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome if they have also suffered a recent illness or go to bed swaddled, on soft mattresses, or in a heated room. "Healthy infants should not be placed prone to sleep," the researchers from the University of Tasmania caution in today's New England Journal of Medicine.
BUSINESS
January 7, 1988 | JAMES F. PELTZ, Times Staff Writer
Valley Federal Savings & Loan, having rejected a takeover proposal from Citadel Holding Corp., said Wednesday that it is holding "serious" talks about being acquired by a California-based financial institution it did not identify. Sources close to the situation said Valley Federal's suitor is Home Federal Savings & Loan, a San Diego-based thrift with about $14 billion in assets and 168 offices in California. The sources agreed to discuss the matter on condition that they not be named.
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