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June 25, 1992 | Chris Woodyard / Times staff writer
When the owners of the century-old Hotel del Coronado go on vacation at a Walt Disney Co. resort, they must feel like they never left. Disney, they say, has replicated the look of their famed Victorian-style hotel across the bay from San Diego in the design of the Grand Floridian Hotel at Walt Disney World in Orlando, Fla., as well as in the new centerpiece Disneyland Hotel outside Paris. And Disney wants to do it again.
October 26, 1993 | Associated Press
President Clinton said Monday he will nominate M. Larry Lawrence, a California real estate and investment executive, to be ambassador to Switzerland. Lawrence's wife, Shelia, will go to Switzerland as special U.S. representative to the World Conservation Union, a scientific organization that promotes the preservation of natural resources. The Lawrences have been involved in Democratic Party affairs for many years.
The body of Ambassador M. Larry Lawrence was exhumed from Arlington National Cemetery and brought here Thursday for burial at the suburban El Camino Memorial Park and Mortuary. A private cargo jet carrying the body of Lawrence, who was the envoy to Switzerland, arrived in the afternoon at a Carlsbad airport.
July 17, 1987 | GREG JOHNSON, Times Staff Writer
Hotel del Coronado owner M. Larry Lawrence said Thursday he has obtained a $205-million loan from Primerica Corp., the former American Can Co., that will be used to consolidate existing debt at the hotel and his other businesses. According to terms of the loan, Primerica, which is based in Greenwich, Conn., will receive a percentage of the hotel's cash flow.
September 13, 1996 | JENNIFER OLDHAM
Renowned for its seaside setting, its architecture and its legendary guests, the 108-year-old Hotel del Coronado- sold Thursday to Travelers Group of New York- has witnessed history in the making. A few highlights from its storied past: * The Victorian palace, known simply as the "Del" by locals or "the castle" by employees, has hosted 14 presidents, including Franklin Roosevelt, John Kennedy, Richard Nixon and Bill Clinton.
December 3, 1987 | David Nelson
Did hotelier Larry Lawrence really touch off the earthquake that roused the city from its slumber early in the morning of Nov. 24? Probably not, although a rumor to that effect made the rounds of the crowd of 320 that assembled that evening at the Omni San Diego Hotel to "roast" the leading businessman and Democrat for the benefit of the M. Larry Lawrence Branch Jewish Community Center.
November 25, 1997
It began as an example of sloppy journalism and exploded into an intensely emotional outpouring of patriotic protest, before being put to rest by a cold recital of facts. Insight magazine, published by the Washington Times Inc., last week alleged that the Clinton administration had bent the rules to allow favored Democratic political contributors to be buried in Arlington National Cemetery. The story named no names.
September 5, 1990
San Diego State defeated previously unbeaten UC San Diego, 15-6, 15-9, 15-11, in the title match of the San Diego city women's volleyball championships at the M. Larry Lawrence Jewish Community Center Tuesday. SDSU (4-0) was led by Gracy Schutt's 13 kills and Kim Lester's 10 digs. UCSD fell to 9-1. To get to the championship match, SDSU defeated USD, 15-11, 15-13, 15-8, behind Angela Martin's 23 kills and 11 digs. USD is 2-2. In the other semifinal, UCSD defeated U.S.
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