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January 16, 1989 | JACK HAWN, Times Staff Writer
Through four days of dark, rain-threatening skies, bone-chilling winds and occasional sunshine, 12 hours in all, he sat unobtrusively on the first tee, greeting professional golfers who were competing in the recent MONY Tournament of Champions at La Costa Resort Hotel and Spa.
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January 16, 1989 | JACK HAWN, Times Staff Writer
Through four days of dark, rain-threatening skies, bone-chilling winds and occasional sunshine, 12 hours in all, he sat unobtrusively on the first tee, greeting professional golfers who were competing in the recent MONY Tournament of Champions at La Costa Resort Hotel and Spa.
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SPORTS
November 24, 1985 | Special to the Times
The purse for the MONY Tournament of Champions has been increased $100,000 to $500,000, according to general chairman Allard Roen. First-place money also has been raised $18,000 to $90,000. The purse for the MONY Senior Tournament of Champions will be $100,000, with $30,000 going to the winner. The Seniors event will be a companion feature and will be played concurrently with the regular event. The Tournament of Champions will be played Jan.
SPORTS
June 15, 1986 | Special to The Times
Former world heavyweight boxing champion Ken Norton will be making a comeback when he competes in the second Gordon's Gin Sports Celebrity Tennis Tournament Monday through Thursday at the La Costa Resort Hotel & Spa courts. Norton, who was seriously injured in an automobile accident last winter, says he is anxious to return to competition, along with 40 other outstanding athletes in this mixed doubles, round-robin event.
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August 18, 1988 | GENE YASUDA, Times Staff Writer
The Fieldstone Co., a Newport Beach-based house builder, has agreed to purchase La Costa Ranch Co. and its share of 2,800 acres of prime residential property in Carlsbad. The tentative agreement calls for Fieldstone to pay $250 million to purchase La Costa Ranch, which is owned by BCE Development. Fieldstone officials said they plan to build an estimated 3,500 houses on the site.
NEWS
September 13, 1987
Owners of the posh La Costa Resort Hotel and Spa in Carlsbad, a favorite of entertainment and sports celebrities, are negotiating with potential buyers, a resort official said. "We did not put a 'For Sale' sign out front," said Gerald Gleason, executive vice president of La Costa. "But we have talked to some people this year, and currently are talking with some that have a high degree of interest in us, and we have a high degree of interest in them."
REAL ESTATE
February 17, 1985
The 336-unit Sea Point Tennis Club opens today in La Costa with an initial offering of 43 two-, three- and four-bedroom condominiums in five floor plans, priced from $97,000 to $147,000. The units range in size from 1,230 to 1,960 square feet, according to a spokeswoman for the developers, Far West Savings & Loan Assn. and La Costa Vale Ltd., the latter an affiliate of Continental American Properties Ltd., San Diego. Twenty-two of the first-phase units sold out before the opening.
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August 9, 1988 | BARRY M. HORSTMAN, Times Staff Writer
A federal judge Monday delayed until next week his decision on whether to dismiss lawyer Michael Aguirre's lawsuit against San Diego County Sheriff John Duffy and San Diego City Councilman Bob Filner that stems from a "hit piece" in last fall's council campaign. Saying his ruling will be "a close call," U.S.
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September 21, 1988 | BARRY M. HORSTMAN, Times Staff Writer
Saying that a controversial campaign mailer in last fall's San Diego City Council race did not violate lawyer Michael Aguirre's constitutional rights, a federal judge has dismissed Aguirre's lawsuit against San Diego County Sheriff John Duffy and City Councilman Bob Filner. In a 10-page decision released Tuesday, U. S.
SPORTS
November 9, 1989
San Diego State signed a big-name San Diego County high school basketball player, but U.S. International made a big splash by luring one of the top players in the Bay Area Wednesday, the first of eight days for the early signing of national letters of intent. SDSU announced the signing of Monte Vista High's Joe McNaull, 6-feet-10, 215 pounds and one of the top players in the county. McMaull averaged 18 points, 11 rebounds and four blocked shots per game as a junior.
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March 5, 1990 | ANTHONY PERRY
When the Fieldstone Co. opens a new upscale subdivision, there are two ways to buy the home of your dreams. The first way is to join the camp-outs that usually accompany new Fieldstone offerings. Take your sleeping bag and wait in line for several days, maybe a week or more. The second way is easier. You stroll in ahead of the public, no waiting, and pick out your home. The second way is open only to Fieldstone employees, consultants and selected city and county officials.
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