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July 5, 1992
Coldwell Banker has joined efforts with actress Lindsay Wagner to collect food, cash and clothing for Los Angeles riot victims. All 28 Coldwell Banker offices in the Los Angeles Region have been established as drop-off points for donations since the riots first broke out. For additional information on how to be a part of this volunteer effort, call Joyce Mickelson, Coldwell Banker Los Angeles at (310) 444-2864.
February 25, 2005 | Jon Thurber, Times Staff Writer
Uli Derickson, a flight attendant who displayed remarkable courage while dealing with terrorists threatening passengers aboard a hijacked international flight in 1985, has died. She was 60. Derickson, who had been battling cancer since August 2003, died Friday at her home outside Tucson, her son, Matthew Derickson, told The Times. Derickson was the lead flight attendant on TWA Flight 847, carrying 152 passengers and crew on a flight from Athens to Rome on June 14, 1985.
June 18, 1992
Coldwell Banker offices in Los Angeles, Ventura and Santa Barbara counties have been established as drop-off points for food, clothing and other donations to aid riot victims. Donations will be collected daily at all 28 Coldwell Banker locations in the region for at least a year, officials said. The collection drive is a joint effort of Coldwell Banker and actress Lindsay Wagner. The donations are being distributed in South Los Angeles by the National Council of Negro Women.
April 11, 1992
Ed Montgomery, 82, the San Francisco Examiner crime reporter who led an ill-fated crusade to prevent Barbara Graham from dying in California's gas chamber. The 1953 execution was the basis for a 1958 film that won an Academy Award for actress Susan Hayward, who played Graham. Montgomery's newspaper and magazine stories also were used for a 1983 television movie starring Lindsay Wagner.
May 31, 2002
James Coburn, Melanie Griffith and Antonio Banderas will be honorees at the 2002 Stella Adler Awards-L.A. on Saturday, with a reception at 6:30 p.m. and the ceremony at 9 p.m. at the Highlands, in the Hollywood & Highland complex, 6801 Hollywood Blvd. Christopher McDonald and Lindsay Wagner will emcee, and entertainment will be provided by Conrad Janis and the Beverly Hills Unlisted Jazz Band. Tickets begin at $100. Information: (310) 388-1213.
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