May 5, 1998 |
Bank Credit Suisse agreed to settle the claim of a 71-year-old Holocaust survivor, a move her supporters said could clear the way for other ailing Jews to recover their ancestors' long lost assets. The amount paid New York resident Estelle Sapir was reported at between $300,000 and $500,000.
May 9, 1986
Tony LaRussa's job as manager of the Chicago White Sox remained hanging by a thread Thursday after the team's management met with Billy Martin's agent, Ed Sapir. White Sox spokesman Paul Jensen said the club and Sapir "would be in contact again within 24 hours" after the meeting. "All we did is agree to talk again . . . I don't know if Billy is going to be manager of the White Sox," Sapir said.
June 28, 1987
The former Los Angeles County Registrar Recorder building at 4800 Staunton Ave. has been sold by the Rosenfield Family Trust of Van Nuys to Fred Sapir of Hollywood for $1.45 million. Major Properties, 1200 W. Olympic Blvd., represented both parties in the sale.
February 14, 1989 |
Starline Sightseeing Tours on Monday drove away with its major competitor by buying the Los Angeles, Orange County and Santa Barbara operations of Gray Line Tours. The Hollywood-based bus charter and tour company said the purchase of the Gray Line operations will double the size of the company's bus fleet and allow it to reduce costs. Gray Line also has a strong presence in Orange County, where Starline had wanted to beef up its business.