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February 27, 1988 | RICH TOSCHES, Times Staff Writer
Let's try to put Rick Pearson's rise toward the top of the leader board at the Los Angeles Open in perspective: If he wins the tournament, he will earn $125,000 more than he has earned in eight tumultuous years as a professional golfer. If he finishes 19th , he'll more than double his career earnings. Pearson repeated his opening-round score of 67 despite bogeying the 18th hole on Friday.
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February 27, 1988 | RICH TOSCHES, Times Staff Writer
Let's try to put Rick Pearson's rise toward the top of the leader board at the Los Angeles Open in perspective: If he wins the tournament, he will earn $125,000 more than he has earned in eight tumultuous years as a professional golfer. If he finishes 19th , he'll more than double his career earnings. Pearson repeated his opening-round score of 67 despite bogeying the 18th hole on Friday.
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January 30, 2001
Aetna Life Insurance Co. and Regus Business Center Corp. have leased 100,000 square feet of office space in 21st Century Plaza, 6303 Owensmouth Ave., Woodland Hills. Aetna's health care division will occupy the eighth and ninth floors and Regus the 10th and 11th floors of the new building. The aggregate value of both leases is $25 million. 21st Century Plaza is owned by Tishman Warner Center Venture LLC. Aetna was represented by CLW Real Estate Services Group and Rick Pearson of Cressa Partners.
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July 6, 1992 | LARRY SPEER
Three people were rescued by a U. S. Coast Guard cutter late Sunday evening after their sailboat capsized in the ocean near Santa Rosa Island, authorities said. Coast Guard officials received a distress call from an unidentified trimaran that had capsized about 12 miles from the southwest tip of Santa Rosa Island at about 6:30 p.m., said Petty Officer Rick Pearson. A Coast Guard helicopter began searching for the capsized vessel immediately, locating the three stranded sailors about 9 p.m.
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February 28, 1999
"I think we as a society are asking these people to be more accountable for themselves." --Donna Landeros, Ventura city manager *** "I don't think there is any evidence up and down the coast that if you become harder and less tolerant that you significantly lessen the homeless population. All you have done is become harder and less tolerant."
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September 13, 1994 | Jack Searles
United Artists Theatre Circuit signed a $15.8-million contract for construction of an 11-screen cineplex in Camarillo's Pardee Plaza. "We're confident that the homeowners will be pleasantly surprised with the final product," said Rick Pearson of Daum Commercial Real Estate Services, which represented UA in the deal. Nearby residents initially objected to the project, citing potential traffic, crime and noise problems. . . . Weatherford International Inc.
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October 7, 1990 | MAJA RADEVICH
A 16-bed shelter for homeless families may be opened in Ventura by early December if it is approved by the city's Planning Commission. The Ventura City Council agreed last Monday that there are no environmental reasons to hinder Project Understanding, a nonprofit service organization, from opening a new shelter in a vacant pharmacy in the 1200 block of North Ventura Avenue. The proposal now goes to the Planning Commission, which is scheduled to act on the application Tuesday.
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November 30, 1991 | LARRY SPEER
A Coast Guard cutter came to the aid of two Santa Cruz boaters Friday morning after rough seas and gusting winds forced their stalled craft onto the rocks ringing the western side of Anacapa Island. Crew members from the 82-foot cutter Point Judith arrived at Anacapa, helped the men restart their boat--a 20-foot vessel called the Awesome Whaler--and towed them to a protected cove, Coast Guard spokesman Rick Pearson said.
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December 27, 1990
I feel that I need to clarify one point in the article on Project Understanding (Dec. 5). The article made a passing reference to a meals program. The program, which serves five meals each week, is called Family to Family. It is staffed by volunteers and is supported by donations from these volunteers and from the churches and groups which these volunteers represent. While Project Understanding has worked closely with Family to Family since its beginnings, it was not started by Project Understanding.
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December 24, 1998 | MARINA MALIKOFF
With temperatures dropping into the 30s this week, Ventura County officials have opened a temporary shelter for homeless men. The move comes after a meeting Monday between county officials and Ventura city leaders that focused on immediate needs as well as a long-term plan to address homelessness.
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November 13, 1994 | CONSTANCE SOMMER
Holiday shoppers making their rounds in Ventura this season will see new signs in store windows: "Don't Give Spare Change. Help Make a Real Change." Sponsored by the city, the Chamber of Commerce, downtown merchants and the Ventura County Homeless and Housing Coalition, the placards are part of a citywide campaign to discourage panhandling.
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