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March 1, 1996
Travelers Insurance Co. has filed a lawsuit seeking to foreclose on six apartment projects in Southern California, including complexes in Anaheim and Huntington Beach. In the suit, filed Wednesday in Orange County Superior Court, Travelers claims it is owed more than $113.7 million in back loan payments, interest and other fees from California Seven Associates, a limited partnership that owns the apartments.
August 1, 1992
The Jazz Note has been closed, and this weekend's scheduled performances by jazz pianist George Cables at the Pacific Beach club have been canceled. Club operator Steve Satkowski said Friday, however, that he hopes to open again in a new location in San Diego County in September. He has tentatively rescheduled Cables' performance for December.
March 8, 1988
Former U.S. Court of Appeals Justice Robert H. Bork will speak Wednesday at a fund-raiser for Newport Beach lawyer C. Christopher Cox, a candidate for the 40th Congressional District seat being vacated by Rep. Robert E. Badham (R-Newport Beach). Bork was nominated for the U.S. Supreme Court by President Reagan but failed to receive Senate confirmation. The $250-per-person reception will be at 5:30 p.m. at the Pacific Club, 4110 MacArthur Blvd.
December 11, 1997 | JOHN CANALIS
Three businessmen have pledged $6.8 million to the Boy Scouts of America, among the biggest gifts ever for the organization's Orange County Council. The pledges come from Carl Karcher of Carl's Jr. fame, businessman George Argyros and Ed Laird, president of a paint company. Laird, 55, pledged $4.8 million from his estate after his death. Karcher and Argyros each promised $1 million in the near future. A total of $10.
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