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September 8, 1989 | NANCY YOSHIHARA, Times Staff Writer
The Bel-Air Country Club, one of Los Angeles' most exclusive and oldest private golf clubs, acknowledged Thursday that it has received preliminary inquiries from a Japanese company interested in buying the 63-year-old course. In a letter dated Aug. 25 and sent to the 536 members who own the club, Dean A. Beck, president, said an unnamed Japanese party recently had proposed the possibility of acquiring the country club for $200 million, up from $80 million originally offered in April.
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September 8, 1989 | NANCY YOSHIHARA, Times Staff Writer
The Bel-Air Country Club, one of Los Angeles' most exclusive and oldest private golf clubs, acknowledged Thursday that it has received preliminary inquiries from a Japanese company interested in buying the 63-year-old course. In a letter dated Aug. 25 and sent to the 536 members who own the club, Dean A. Beck, president, said an unnamed Japanese party recently had proposed the possibility of acquiring the country club for $200 million, up from $80 million originally offered in April.
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May 30, 1989 | Robert A. Jones
Out in the cool valley that is home to the Clos du Val and Stag's Leap wineries, right in the middle of Napa's most precious turf, there is a spot that explains something about us and the Japanese. It explains the uneasiness that is creeping into our relations with each other. That spot is a small winery that, until last year, was known as the Louis K. Mihaly Vineyard. It was a family-run affair that produced wines designated in the trade as "outre-premium," meaning they were babied into near perfection and carried price tags to match.
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