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June 22, 1997 | From Associated Press
Environmentalists are cool to the concept, but a self-chilling beverage container developed by a California company was crowned "Can of the Year" Friday at an industry trade show. The award by the International Canning Technology Exhibition came a day after Britain urged a ban on the Chill-Can because of fears the refrigerant it uses would contribute to global warming. The Joseph Co., based in Laguna Niguel, spent eight years developing the can, which chills its contents 30 degrees in minutes.
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April 22, 2008 | From a Times Staff Writer
Speed Vogel, who turned his friendship with novelist Joseph Heller into a bestselling memoir, "No Laughing Matter," died April 14 of natural causes at his home in Sag Harbor, N.Y. He was 90. The 1986 memoir, co-written with Heller, tells the story of Heller's struggle in the early 1980s with Guillain-Barre syndrome, a neuromuscular disorder that causes paralysis.
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NEWS
September 20, 1993
Joseph Spivack, 91, one of the founders of the American chapters of ORT, the Jewish Organization for Rehabilitation and Training. Inspired by a visit to ORT schools in Rome and Israel more than 30 years ago, Spivack founded a chapter in Cleveland, which was the forerunner of the more than 50 American ORT chapters today. Worldwide, there are 250,000 students in 50 countries receiving vocational-technical training and Jewish education.
BUSINESS
June 22, 1997 | From Associated Press
Environmentalists are cool to the concept, but a self-chilling beverage container developed by a California company was crowned "Can of the Year" Friday at an industry trade show. The award by the International Canning Technology Exhibition came a day after Britain urged a ban on the Chill-Can because of fears the refrigerant it uses would contribute to global warming. The Joseph Co., based in Laguna Niguel, spent eight years developing the can, which chills its contents 30 degrees in minutes.
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April 22, 2008 | From a Times Staff Writer
Speed Vogel, who turned his friendship with novelist Joseph Heller into a bestselling memoir, "No Laughing Matter," died April 14 of natural causes at his home in Sag Harbor, N.Y. He was 90. The 1986 memoir, co-written with Heller, tells the story of Heller's struggle in the early 1980s with Guillain-Barre syndrome, a neuromuscular disorder that causes paralysis.
BUSINESS
August 15, 1986
Kathleen McCartney Hearst has been appointed marketing director of the Joseph Development Co.
BUSINESS
March 3, 1992
Triple Check Income Tax Service said it has opened its first international office with an outlet in London. The Burbank-based preparer of income-tax returns has about 350 offices in 43 U.S. states. The new office is marketing tax services to the estimated 18,000 Americans working in the London area, the company said. Triple Check said its London office is being operated in association with Greaves Joseph & Co., a London-based accounting firm.
REAL ESTATE
February 1, 1987
Airport Business Park, a $6.5-million, high-tech industrial complex on San Fernando Boulevard and Ajay Drive in Sun Valley, has been completed and is ready for occupancy. The 94,000-square-foot complex consists of six buildings that range in size from 13,000 to 16,000 square feet. It was built by the Anses Joseph Development Co., Tarzana, and is listed with CBI Properties Inc., Northridge.
NEWS
September 20, 1993
Joseph Spivack, 91, one of the founders of the American chapters of ORT, the Jewish Organization for Rehabilitation and Training. Inspired by a visit to ORT schools in Rome and Israel more than 30 years ago, Spivack founded a chapter in Cleveland, which was the forerunner of the more than 50 American ORT chapters today. Worldwide, there are 250,000 students in 50 countries receiving vocational-technical training and Jewish education.
REAL ESTATE
January 12, 1986
Joseph Development Co., headed by Roger A. Joseph, and John Burnham & Co. executives Malin Burnham, Robert Lichter, John Tanner and Kenneth Satterlee have formed an investment group that has acquired, in a joint venture with the Old Stone Development Corp. of Providence, R. I., a 16.6-acre commercial site and 60,000-square-foot office building in San Diego's Golden Triangle for $14.5 million.
REAL ESTATE
July 14, 1985
Construction is expected to begin in September on a $6-million, two-building development for Xscribe Corp. in the Cornerstone Corporate Center adjacent to Lusk Mira Mesa in San Diego. The developer is Joseph Development Co. and the architect is Carli Architecture. A two-story, 60,000-square-foot building will be Xscribe's corporate research and development headquarters. The other building has three stories, 40,200 square feet of space and is a multitenant office structure.
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