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March 24, 1992 | JOHN O'DELL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Ralph Mann, founder of Glen Ivy Resorts, has resigned as president and chief executive of the controversial time-share firm's parent, Glen Ivy Holdings Inc. Mann's resignation last week came just days before the company--already operating under a Dec. 30 court injunction--was slapped with a new state order barring it from selling time-share interests at its Lake Tahoe resort until it clears about $1 million in notes and mortgages on the properties. On Jan.
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BUSINESS
March 24, 1992 | JOHN O'DELL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Ralph Mann, founder of Glen Ivy Resorts, has resigned as president and chief executive of the controversial time-share firm's parent, Glen Ivy Holdings Inc. Mann's resignation last week came just days before the company--already operating under a Dec. 30 court injunction--was slapped with a new state order barring it from selling time-share interests at its Lake Tahoe resort until it clears about $1 million in notes and mortgages on the properties. On Jan.
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BUSINESS
December 19, 1991 | GREGORY CROUCH, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Glen Ivy Financial Group's founder and chief executive, Ralph Mann, will resign by the end of this week as part of an agreement with regulators who are investigating the nation's largest time-share operator, sources said Wednesday. Michael Tennenbaum, a Bear Stearns & Co. investment banker and Glen Ivy director, and Jeff Chambers, a San Francisco investor and company director, are expected to assume temporary control of the firm, sources said.
BUSINESS
March 24, 1992 | JOHN O'DELL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Ralph Mann, founder of Glen Ivy Resorts, has resigned as president and chief executive of the controversial time-share firm's parent, Glen Ivy Holdings Inc. Mann's resignation last week came just days before the company--already operating under a Dec. 30 court injunction--was slapped with a new state order barring it from selling time-share interests at its Lake Tahoe resort until it clears about $1 million in notes and mortgages on the properties. On Jan.
BUSINESS
March 24, 1992 | JOHN O'DELL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Ralph Mann, founder of Glen Ivy Resorts, has resigned as president and chief executive of the controversial time-share firm's parent, Glen Ivy Holdings Inc. Mann's resignation last week came just days before the company--already operating under a Dec. 30 court injunction--was slapped with a new state order barring it from selling time-share interests at its Lake Tahoe resort until it clears about $1 million in notes and mortgages on the properties. On Jan.
BUSINESS
December 19, 1991 | GREGORY CROUCH, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Glen Ivy Financial Group's founder and chief executive will step down by the end of this week as part of an agreement with regulators who are investigating the nation's largest time-share operator, sources said Wednesday. Ralph Mann, who started Glen Ivy in 1975 with a single RV park in Corona, is expected to resign in the next several days, sources said. He will remain a Glen Ivy employee and continue to serve as a company director.
BUSINESS
June 9, 1991 | GREGORY CROUCH, TIMES STAFF WRITER
One night last November, Lila Kiepe answered the phone and was told that she could win a fabulous prize--perhaps a free vacation in Las Vegas or $25,000--just by showing up at a sales presentation for Glen Ivy Financial Group. So Kiepe and her husband went to Glen Ivy's sales site in Newport Beach. They stepped into a partylike atmosphere where they saw a slick slide show and listened to an enthusiastic sales pitch.
NEWS
February 26, 1991 | PAMELA MARIN
Supporters of the local chapter of the American Heart Assn. twisted the night away Saturday in a pink-trimmed ballroom at the Four Seasons Hotel in Newport Beach. The party, with a "Fabulous Fifties" theme, drew 320 black-tie guests at $225 each, raising an estimated $135,000.
NEWS
June 1, 1989 | Bea Maxwell
The 4th annual Singers' Salute to the Songwriter benefit at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion on April 25 netted an estimated $450,000 for the Betty Clooney Foundation for Brain Injuries. Rosalind Wyman was chairwoman. The 60-year-old Helping Hand Support Group of Cedars-Sinai Medical Center raised $500,000 in the last year from its operation of the gift shop at the hospital. The check was presented at a luncheon at the Beverly Hilton Hotel on May 5. The funds go to Cedars-Sinai's department of obstetrics/gynecology.
SPORTS
June 7, 1986 | From Times Wire Services
San Diego State's LaTanya Sheffield, the defending national champion in the 400-meter intermediate hurdles, could manage only a third-place finish in the event Friday at the NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships at Indianapolis. Texas Southern's Maria Usifo set an outdoor record with a time of 55.16 seconds. The former mark of 55.47 was set by the Soviet Union's Anna Kastelyskaya in 1982. Leisa Knowles of Oklahoma State and Sheffield both had times of 55.
BUSINESS
December 19, 1991 | GREGORY CROUCH, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Glen Ivy Financial Group's founder and chief executive, Ralph Mann, will resign by the end of this week as part of an agreement with regulators who are investigating the nation's largest time-share operator, sources said Wednesday. Michael Tennenbaum, a Bear Stearns & Co. investment banker and Glen Ivy director, and Jeff Chambers, a San Francisco investor and company director, are expected to assume temporary control of the firm, sources said.
BUSINESS
December 19, 1991 | GREGORY CROUCH, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Glen Ivy Financial Group's founder and chief executive will step down by the end of this week as part of an agreement with regulators who are investigating the nation's largest time-share operator, sources said Wednesday. Ralph Mann, who started Glen Ivy in 1975 with a single RV park in Corona, is expected to resign in the next several days, sources said. He will remain a Glen Ivy employee and continue to serve as a company director.
BUSINESS
June 9, 1991 | GREGORY CROUCH, TIMES STAFF WRITER
One night last November, Lila Kiepe answered the phone and was told that she could win a fabulous prize--perhaps a free vacation in Las Vegas or $25,000--just by showing up at a sales presentation for Glen Ivy Financial Group. So Kiepe and her husband went to Glen Ivy's sales site in Newport Beach, stepping into a party-like atmosphere. They saw a slick slide show and listened to an enthusiastic sales pitch.
BUSINESS
December 31, 1991 | GREGORY CROUCH, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Glen Ivy Financial Group, the nation's largest operator of time-share resorts, has agreed to pay $200,000 in fines and expenses and to employ a former state investigator as a consumer watchdog at its Corona offices to settle civil charges that it misled customers. The Riverside County district attorney, who led a raid on Glen Ivy's offices early this month, said Monday's settlement was just "Chapter One" in a two-pronged action against the company and its officials.
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