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September 28, 1993 | DEBORA VRANA, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Blaming sluggish car sales and the stagnant Southern California economy, the parent company of Roger Miller Honda and Roger Miller Mitsubishi has entered Chapter 11 bankruptcy reorganization. "We just got caught in these economic times," said Bill Van Den Hurk, the car dealerships' general manager. "Our location is great, and I believe Honda has come back stronger than ever." In a bankruptcy filing Friday by parent company S&R Auto Sales Inc.
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September 28, 1993 | DEBORA VRANA, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Blaming sluggish car sales and the stagnant Southern California economy, the parent company of Roger Miller Honda and Roger Miller Mitsubishi has entered Chapter 11 bankruptcy reorganization. "We just got caught in these economic times," said Bill Van Den Hurk, the car dealerships' general manager. "Our location is great, and I believe Honda has come back stronger than ever." In a bankruptcy filing Friday by parent company S&R Auto Sales Inc.
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September 12, 1991 | JOHN PENNER
The City Council this week agreed to pursue a plan that would consolidate three of the city's car dealers into a mini-auto center off the San Diego Freeway. After months of study and meetings with the city's auto dealers, city staff members recommended that a small auto center be established on a 9-acre tract near the Huntington Center, on the south side of Edinger Avenue off Beach Boulevard.
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February 9, 1994 | John O'Dell, Times staff writer
The theater and the ballpark aren't the only places you need a program to keep the players straight. Recent changes among the car dealerships on Costa Mesa's Harbor Boulevard and Huntington Beach's Beach Boulevard ought to keep sign makers in champagne for quite a while. University Olds-Pontiac-GMC Truck is gone; so is Norm Reeves Acura. Reeves went to Huntington Beach and turned into a Honda dealer.
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October 5, 1989
Huntington Beach will allow flashing electronic billboards under a compromise adopted by the City Council. The City Council decided earlier this week to allow 25-foot-tall electronic reader boards to display ads for large businesses along Beach Boulevard and the San Diego Freeway. Roger Miller Honda on Beach Boulevard had asked the city to change its code to allow 35-foot-high electronic signs, but the Planning Commission rejected the request in August.
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November 6, 1987 | ANN CONWAY
How does the in-crowd attempt to party privately? Well, at Bubbles Balboa Club on Monday night they partied incognito, exchanging black ties and designer gowns for custom-made poodle skirts and lettermen's sweaters. But they forgot about the fishbowl windows at Newport's bubbliest nightclub. Passers-by were so curious they steamed up the windows with their pressed noses.
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April 18, 1995 | JOHN O'DELL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A new accusation that American Honda Motor Co. knew about widespread bribery by its top sales executives surfaced Monday when market research guru J. David Power said he warned its president in 1984 about a kickback ring operating within the company's sales force. Power, founder of the authoritative J.D.
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