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August 31, 1985 | JANE APPLEGATE, Times Staff Writer
Pease & Curren, a Rhode Island precious metals refiner, has purchased Reliable Recovery Inc. of Anaheim as part of its plan to expand to the West Coast. Terms of the sale were not disclosed. The newly acquired company will be known as Pease & Curren Reliable Recovery Inc. Pease & Curren of Warwick, R.I., was founded in 1916. The privately held, family-run company recovers and refines gold, silver, platinum and palladium.
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August 3, 1994 | LYNN SMITH, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Human nature, as Katharine Hepburn imperiously informed Humphrey Bogart in "The African Queen," is what we are meant to rise above. But how, many ask these days, do we rise above the disturbing, unbidden impulses to strike or degrade someone we love? The answer, it would seem, is "with difficulty and determination." Those who have succeeded say it takes much more than a timeout and counting to 10. Or reading a chapter in a book. Or even understanding what went wrong in your own childhood.
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August 3, 1994 | LYNN SMITH, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Human nature, as Katharine Hepburn imperiously informed Humphrey Bogart in "The African Queen," is what we are meant to rise above. But how, many ask these days, do we rise above the disturbing, unbidden impulses to strike or degrade someone we love? The answer, it would seem, is "with difficulty and determination." Those who have succeeded say it takes much more than a timeout and counting to 10. Or reading a chapter in a book. Or even understanding what went wrong in your own childhood.
BUSINESS
August 31, 1985 | JANE APPLEGATE, Times Staff Writer
Pease & Curren, a Rhode Island precious metals refiner, has purchased Reliable Recovery Inc. of Anaheim as part of its plan to expand to the West Coast. Terms of the sale were not disclosed. The newly acquired company will be known as Pease & Curren Reliable Recovery Inc. Pease & Curren of Warwick, R.I., was founded in 1916. The privately held, family-run company recovers and refines gold, silver, platinum and palladium.
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August 3, 2000 | KENDALL S. POWELL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
"Have you ever tried to read a newspaper with one hand?" asked Leslie McClellan. The 68-year-old man from Gainesville, Fla., knows that it's truly an exercise in frustration. Reading a newspaper is just one of life's daily activities that is a challenge for the two-thirds of the 4 million American stroke survivors who are left physically impaired. (Former President Gerald R. Ford suffered what was called a small stroke Wednesday, but doctors said he does not seem to be significantly impaired).
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August 19, 1990 | ERIC LICHTBLAU, TIMES STAFF WRITER
"Girls, it has to be done tonight," the balding computer whiz whispered as he roused the two teen-agers--one his daughter, the other his sister-in-law and secret lover--from a restless sleep. Startled, the girls awoke to the cool, past-midnight quiet of their bedroom and set to work, putting months of helter-skelter, clandestine planning into murderous motion.
BUSINESS
May 18, 1993
Ann Rupp has been appointed president of Triad Peripheral Services Inc. in Costa Mesa. She joins the data-processing supply and recycling company after 12 years as account manager responsible for the western region of Memorex Computer Supplies of Southern California. Before that, Rupp was sales manager for Media Recovery Inc.
BUSINESS
February 6, 1985
J.P. (Scott) Lynch has been named president of National Recovery Network Inc., a Santa Ana-based company offering outpatient alcohol and drug treatment at acute general hospitals and medical clinics.
BUSINESS
November 23, 1988
Bay Area Recovery Centers Inc. has named Thomas F. Campanella as president and chief executive of the Oakland-based firm. Robert Berke, who previously held the positions, assumed the title of vice president of planning and development of the company, which specializes in nursing and personal care. Formerly, Campanella was assistant county administrator of Marin County.
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September 18, 1986
A $10,000 Los Angeles County contract has been awarded to South Bay Recovery Inc. for continued operation of Serenity House, a six-bed recovery home for alcoholic women on Narbonne Avenue. The home provides meals and introduces women to the Alcoholics Anonymous recovery program, according to the county office of alcohol programs. The contract extends through Dec. 31.
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November 10, 1988 | From A Times Staff Writer
An El Toro man was sentenced to 2 years in prison and fined $100,000 for tax evasion in a plot to remove money for his own use from his circuit companies in Orange and Venice. Huey P. Savage, 50, of El Toro pleaded guilty to two charges of tax evasion in exchange for the government's dropping two counts of conspiracy to evade taxes, Deputy U.S. Atty. Mark J. Werksman said. The sentence handed down this week also puts Savage on 5 years' probation, Werksman said.
BUSINESS
October 13, 1995
Comprehensive Care Corp. said it has sold a hospital and three affiliated clinics to Lakeside-Milam Recovery Centers Inc. of Bothell, Wash. The Newport Beach company, which has been selling off hospitals to refocus itself as a contract provider of health-care services, said it recorded a $1-million gain on the sale of the hospital in Kirkland, Wash., and the nearby clinics. The sale occurred Oct. 3.
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