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August 21, 1991 | CRISTINA LEE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
For years, Elena C. Gonzalez was careful not to show visitors the "embarrassing jungle" that had overrun her Newport Beach back yard. But that changed when the 42-year-old registered nurse met Edward D. Lewis, who transformed her back yard into a tropical paradise, complete with an 8-foot-high waterfall that plunged into a small lagoon bordered by artificial rocks and tropical foliage. "The change was remarkable," Gonzalez said.
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August 21, 1991 | CRISTINA LEE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
For years, Elena C. Gonzalez was careful not to show visitors the "embarrassing jungle" that had overrun her Newport Beach back yard. But that changed when the 42-year-old registered nurse met Edward D. Lewis, who transformed her back yard into a tropical paradise, complete with an 8-foot-high waterfall that plunged into a small lagoon bordered by artificial rocks and tropical foliage. "The change was remarkable," Gonzalez said.
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REAL ESTATE
January 3, 1988
A Pacific Palisades luxury condominium development at 15500 Sunset Blvd. has received the Grand Award in the Landscape Architecture Foundation's California Landscape Architecture Students Scholarship Fund (LAF/CLASS) Design '87 awards. The awards were presented at a dinner at the Westin South Coast Plaza Hotel in Costa Mesa.
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July 6, 1999 | JESUS SANCHEZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
When architects and developers need a fountain to grace a new plaza or shopping center, their search often takes them to a place better known for droughts than downpours: Southern California. The region is home to a small but growing industry composed of designers and manufacturers that have benefited from worldwide demand for ever more complex and spectacular "water features"--the industry term for everything from fountains to artificial lakes and streams.
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August 30, 1992 | KIM UPTON
A luxury resort created to simulate a mythic lost African civilization, complete with a 64-acre man-made jungle, a championship golf course and a pool full of crocodiles, will open Nov. 16 in Sun City, Bophuthatswana, the nominally independent South African "homeland" that is fast becoming the Las Vegas of South Africa.
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December 15, 1990 | HERBERT J. VIDA
Carol Ulvilden, choral teacher at Rancho Alamitos High School in Garden Grove, received the "I Make a Difference" award from the Garden Grove Education Assn. for her community service and musical dedication. Besides her work at the school, the Garden Grove resident has been choir director and organist at St. Olaf Lutheran Church in Garden Grove for 35 years and has been a violinist in concerts and musicals.
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