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January 13, 1989 | JOHN L. MITCHELL, Times Staff Writer
Developer Alexander Haagen has ousted the manager of the newly refurbished Baldwin Hills Crenshaw Plaza and replaced him with a management team that includes the daughter of county Supervisor Kenneth Hahn, a longtime friend. The removal of Louis George, a black, and the selection of Janice Hahn Baucum, a white, to be co-manager of the mall has sparked an outcry by the leaders of three civil rights organizations.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 13, 1989 | JOHN L. MITCHELL, Times Staff Writer
Developer Alexander Haagen has ousted the manager of the newly refurbished Baldwin Hills Crenshaw Plaza and replaced him with a management team that includes the daughter of county Supervisor Kenneth Hahn, a longtime friend. The removal of Louis George, a black, and the selection of Janice Hahn Baucum, a white, to be co-manager of the mall has sparked an outcry by the leaders of three civil rights organizations.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 24, 1989
A strongly worded Los Angeles Police Department internal memo about a paroled killer has been mailed, without authorization, to residents of the ex-convict's North Hollywood neighborhood, a police spokesman said Monday. The memo, which describes Raymond Louis George, 36, as a "dangerous threat to be taken seriously," could create unnecessary fear in the community, said Capt. Daniel B. Watson, who drafted the memo.
BUSINESS
April 16, 1990 | United Press International
Racial Bias Suit: Alexander Haagen Co., the retail developer, was sued in Los Angeles Superior Court by a former mall general manager who claims that he was fired last year because of racial bias. Louis E. George, who is black, says the development firm unfairly discharged him and replaced him with an inexperienced white woman. The firm could not be reached for comment on the suit, which seeks unspecified general damages and punitive damages of $1 million. (Filed April 11, 1990. Case No.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 14, 1989 | JOHN MITCHELL, Times Staff Writer
In response to mounting criticism by local civil rights groups, developer Alexander Haagen has named Leo Ray, a black man, to manage the newly refurbished Baldwin Hills Crenshaw Plaza, the nation's first enclosed mall serving a predominantly black area.
SPORTS
July 13, 2000 | ROY JURGENS
The Angels' Darin Erstad entered the All-Star break with 1.655 hits per game and is on pace--if he plays each remaining game--for 266 hits, which would break the major league record of 257 set by the St. Louis Browns' George Sisler in 1920. Erstad's 144 hits are the most in the American League before the All-Star break, and also the most since Ralph Garr's 149 hits with the Atlanta Braves in 1974. (Garr finished with 214).
SPORTS
July 16, 2000
3.1 ... The number of plate appearances a batter must have per game his team plays to qualify for a batting title. 7 ... The record for most hits in a single game. On Sept. 16, 1975, Pittsburgh Pirate second baseman Rennie Stennett had four singles, two doubles and a triple in consecutive at-bats. 257 ... The record for most hits in a single season. St. Louis Brown George Sisler, who was elected to the Hall of Fame in 1939, set it in 1920. 3,000 ...
SPORTS
February 9, 1996 | CHRIS FOSTER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Seattle Seahawks will pay the cost of the Anaheim city maintenance crew working on Rams Park, a city official said Thursday. The crew began fixing the facility Feb. 1, a day before the city announced that the Seahawks had agreed to use it as a temporary training site. The work is scheduled to continue another 10 days, according to Bret Colson, a city spokesman. City officials said they are unable to estimate the cost of the work.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 14, 1989
The Baldwin Hills Crenshaw Plaza, a major new shopping mall in Southwest Los Angeles, has been billed as a showcase of business opportunity in Los Angeles' black community. So why was the experienced black manager hired to run the place suddenly ousted and replaced by a white person with no mall experience? Alexander Haagen, the developer of the mall project, insists that the dismissal of Louis George after only four months on the job was not racially or politically motivated.
SPORTS
June 21, 1990 | LAURA PALMER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The All-MISL Team, selected two weeks before the playoffs began and announced Wednesday, reflects the Sockers' 25-27 regular-season record--none of the players from the league champion were selected to the first team. Defender Kevin Crow was named to the second team, and midfielder Branko Segota and defender George Fernandez were honorable mention.
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