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March 27, 1988
Re "Debate Over Death: Euthanasia Issue Divides Physicians," by Allan Parachini, March 9: As a retired physician whose practice was in the area of hematology-oncology, dealing often with patients whose cancers had become untreatable, I am more familiar than most with the theme. I have signed dozens of death certificates concerning persons with terminal, disseminated cancer.
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BUSINESS
March 27, 1988
Re "Debate Over Death: Euthanasia Issue Divides Physicians," by Allan Parachini, March 9: As a retired physician whose practice was in the area of hematology-oncology, dealing often with patients whose cancers had become untreatable, I am more familiar than most with the theme. I have signed dozens of death certificates concerning persons with terminal, disseminated cancer.
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BUSINESS
September 17, 1986 | JOHN M. BRODER
First Interstate Bancorp, Los Angeles, on Monday named John C. Dean chairman and chief executive of its recently acquired Oklahoma subsidiary, First Interstate Bank of Oklahoma. Dean, 39, moves to Oklahoma from his position as president and chief executive of First Interstate System, the bank holding company unit responsible for its franchise operations. He assumes the reins of a troubled Oklahoma bank that First Interstate bought after federal regulators declared it insolvent.
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September 1, 1995 | THOMAS S. MULLIGAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In a move to cut costs while continuing to provide a popular product, First Interstate Bancorp on Thursday announced a joint venture with a Maryland-based financial services firm to originate and market home mortgage loans. First Interstate, which writes about $1 billion worth of mortgages a year throughout its 13-state territory, will transfer nearly all of that business to the new enterprise, to be called First Interstate Residential Mortgage, or FIRM. First Interstate's partner is PHH Corp.
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November 8, 1995 | THOMAS S. MULLIGAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
As First Interstate Bancorp laid plans Tuesday for an employee rally in Downtown Los Angeles this morning to celebrate its proposed merger with First Bank System Inc., there was some question whether the applause might be premature. Wells Fargo & Co., First Interstate's jilted suitor, is expected to try to break up the wedding, and some experts watching the action said its chances of success should not be dismissed.
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February 5, 1992 | KENNETH REICH, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Four new minority members have been added to the board of the Amateur Athletic Foundation of Los Angeles, the group that distributes the $95-million share of 1984 Olympics surplus for Southern California youth. The appointments come several weeks after Mayor Tom Bradley, U.S. Circuit Court Judge Stephen Reinhardt and labor leader William Robertson resigned from the board, complaining that old-guard members refused to bring in young minority activists.
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November 8, 1995 | THOMAS S. MULLIGAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A day after First Interstate Bancorp jilted Wells Fargo & Co. and agreed to be acquired by Minneapolis-based First Bank System Inc., the rival camps girded for a possible showdown before First Interstate's shareholders. Wells and First Interstate have added two of the nation's top proxy solicitation specialists to their teams of lawyers, investment bankers and other advisers.
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