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November 15, 1990
Conrad's cartoon of Oct. 30 should picture the 101st Congress as a bunch of clowns driving a stake through the goose (Reaganomics) that laid the golden egg (prosperity). I hate to think that Conrad's views on economics are as misguided as many of his political ideas. RICHARD KRAMER Spring Valley
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September 17, 1997 | JUDITH MICHAELSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
"Would you like to see our church?" the producer asks with a certain reverence. "It's really quite beautiful." Not your standard invitation when visiting a TV show, but this is David Manson, co-creator and executive producer of ABC's "Nothing Sacred," the new prime-time drama that deals with a 35-year-old hip, liberal and scruffily handsome priest in an urban parish.
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ENTERTAINMENT
September 17, 1997 | JUDITH MICHAELSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
"Would you like to see our church?" the producer asks with a certain reverence. "It's really quite beautiful." Not your standard invitation when visiting a TV show, but this is David Manson, co-creator and executive producer of ABC's "Nothing Sacred," the new prime-time drama that deals with a 35-year-old hip, liberal and scruffily handsome priest in an urban parish.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 15, 1990
Conrad's cartoon of Oct. 30 should picture the 101st Congress as a bunch of clowns driving a stake through the goose (Reaganomics) that laid the golden egg (prosperity). I hate to think that Conrad's views on economics are as misguided as many of his political ideas. RICHARD KRAMER Spring Valley
NEWS
January 25, 1988 | United Press International
Two businessmen were charged with acting as fences for stolen silver items after they were arrested in a raid by undercover detectives. Investigators in the raid on the Merchants Refining Co. Saturday recovered three 50-gallon drums of silverware and other rare items, including a $600 menorah that had survived the Holocaust, officials said. Charged with possession of stolen property were Alvin Kramer, 59, of West New York, N.J., and his son, Richard Kramer, 31, of Manhattan.
ENTERTAINMENT
September 27, 1997
According to Judith Michaelson (" 'Nothing Sacred's' Producers Put Their Faith in Viewers," Sept. 17), executive producers David Manson and Richard Kramer are Jewish, three of the five writers are Catholic and the star, Kevin Anderson, is a lapsed Catholic. I thought I would wait until I saw the first episode before I commented. I'm glad I waited. I wonder if the producers ever thought to come up with a show about a rabbi who has doubts about his faith, runs around in sweatshirt and jeans and has an old flame, now separated from her husband, come on to him. LAWRENCE BERG San Gabriel
BUSINESS
July 31, 1999 | Nancy Cleeland
Catholic Healthcare West announced the departure of President and Chief Executive Richard Kramer, under whose direction CHW grew from 12 hospitals to become one of the largest religious health-care systems in the country. Kramer will be replaced Sept. 7 on an interim basis by Sister Phyllis Hughes, a former CHW vice president. A statement from the board of directors said only that the board and Kramer "have mutually agreed that Mr.
BUSINESS
January 12, 2007 | From Bloomberg News
Catholic Healthcare West's $423-million settlement with former patients who claimed they were charged excessive fees won a judge's final approval, a lawyer for patients said. Superior Court Judge Richard A. Kramer in San Francisco approved the accord resolving claims for as many as 780,000 uninsured patients at Catholic Healthcare West hospitals, attorney Kelly M. Dermody said.
BUSINESS
May 8, 1987
Fisher Scientific Group has signed an exclusive licensing agreement with ImClone Systems Inc., a New York-based, biotechnology company, to manufacture and market a range of tests that will diagnose the presence of Hepatitis B, AIDS, cancer and viral infections. The first test, for Hepatitis B, is expected to go to market in 1988.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 27, 1992 | JOHN JOHNSON
The St. Joseph Medical Center Foundation has received a $250,000 gift from the estate of Ray Sence, a prominent local businessman and rancher. The money comes from a trust established by Sence, who died in 1968, to distribute funds to family members and other beneficiaries through 1991. When the trust ended last year, the remaining assets were to be distributed to charitable organizations. The maximum gift to any charity is $250,000. The money will be used to support St.
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August 11, 2005 | Maura Dolan, Times Staff Writer
The California Supreme Court decided Wednesday to put off for at least a year a decision on whether a state ban on same-sex marriage is constitutional. The state high court agreed in a closed session not to hear an appeal of a trial court's ruling in favor of same-sex marriage until an intermediate Court of Appeal in San Francisco reviews the dispute. The decision disappointed Atty. Gen.
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