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May 28, 1989 | MARY LOU LOPER, Times Staff Writer
'Tis the volunteer season when new presidents are elected in Los Angeles. For the first time Center Theatre Group Volunteers will have co-presidents--Kim Peterson and Ellen Price. The Volunteers support the Mark Taper Forum and the Ahmanson Theatre and an Improvisational Theatre Project for children. Outgoing president Beth Pressman will exit in style June 6 at the installation luncheon at Brentwood Country Club. She's invited Michael Crawford and Dale Kristien, stars of "The Phantom of the Opera" at the Ahmanson, to be special guests, and they've accepted.
NEWS
May 28, 1989 | MARY LOU LOPER, Times Staff Writer
'Tis the volunteer season when new presidents are elected in Los Angeles. For the first time Center Theatre Group Volunteers will have co-presidents--Kim Peterson and Ellen Price. The Volunteers support the Mark Taper Forum and the Ahmanson Theatre and an Improvisational Theatre Project for children. Outgoing president Beth Pressman will exit in style June 6 at the installation luncheon at Brentwood Country Club. She's invited Michael Crawford and Dale Kristien, stars of "The Phantom of the Opera" at the Ahmanson, to be special guests, and they've accepted.
BUSINESS
February 9, 1985
Milwaukee-based Pabst Brewing Co. said its board would support an offer of $10 a share, or about $64 million, for the company's stock by S&P Co., headed by California brewer Paul Kalmanovitz. Because of a dispute in court between Pabst and two other brewers, however, the company had to officially take a neutral position on the Kalmanovitz offer, a spokesman said. A court hearing is scheduled in Detroit in late March on whether to permanently bar G. Heileman Brewing Co. of La Crosse, Wis.
BUSINESS
February 12, 1985
The board of directors announced that it officially supports a $10-per-share offer by California brewer Paul Kalmanovitz for the Milwaukee company--an offer worth about $64 million. The move came after G. Heileman Brewing, a La Crosse, Wis., brewer that has been stopped in federal court from proceeding with its planned purchase of Pabst at $11 per share, or $70 million, allowed that offer to expire. Pabst had said last week that it unofficially supported the offer by S&P Co.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 14, 1996 | JOHN POPE
The city has agreed to sell its stake in Westminster Center, a retail plaza at Westminster Boulevard and Golden West Street, for about $4 million. The city's Redevelopment Agency purchased 6.3 acres of property at the center in 1991 as part of an agreement with IDM Retail Development Corp. of Long Beach. IDM went out of business before the center's completion, and the project was taken over by a Mill Valley developer. That company, S&P Co.
NEWS
December 8, 1991 | ERIC FIDLER, ASSOCIATED PRESS
Everyone who lived near the old Falstaff brewery, abandoned since the early '70s, knew that kids played there. Adults in the southeast Chicago community had played there as children. Then last year, Ricky Rodriguez died there. The 10-year-old boy fell 15 stories while playing in the brewery's grain silo. His playmates were too scared to say anything, and Ricky's body wasn't found for five months.
BUSINESS
January 29, 1985 | LOUIS SAHAGUN, Times Staff Writer
In a surprise move, California brewer Paul Kalmanovitz on Monday renewed his tender offer of $10 a share for all 6.36 million outstanding shares of ailing Pabst Brewing Co.'s stock. The Kalmanovitz offer, launched by his Vancouver, Wash.-based S&P Co., was made one month after Pabst agreed to be acquired by La Crosse, Wis.-based G. Heileman Brewing Co. for $11 a share, or about $70 million.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 11, 1992 | PATRICK McCARTNEY
An American Eagle commuter flight is scheduled to land this morning at Oxnard Airport, becoming the first commercial flight to use the runway since it was closed 10 days for repaving. The $1.7-million refurbishment was completed before a July 15 deadline set by federal aviation officials, who ordered the repairs after the 6,000-foot runway failed a safety inspection. During the round-the-clock repairs by S. P. Milling Co.
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