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November 12, 1997 | JOHN O'DELL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Private arbitration services provider JAMS/Endispute has appointed longtime corporate executive and former Newsweek magazine publisher Steve Price as president and chief executive officer. He replaces Jack Unroe, who left the company after five years to become president and chief executive of Accountants Inc., a Northern California-based temporary employment service.
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November 12, 1997 | JOHN O'DELL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Private arbitration services provider JAMS/Endispute has appointed longtime corporate executive and former Newsweek magazine publisher Steve Price as president and chief executive officer. He replaces Jack Unroe, who left the company after five years to become president and chief executive of Accountants Inc., a Northern California-based temporary employment service.
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SPORTS
December 3, 1993
Listed are the high school football players of the year. The California state selections are by Cal-Hi Sports (Mark Tennis, Nelson Tennis). The Southern Section and Los Angeles City Section selections are by the First Interstate Bank Sports Board chaired by Braven Dyer Jr. of the Amateur Athletic Foundation of Los Angeles. California high schools are members of the California Interscholastic Federation (CIF). Positions: ap--All-purpose. b--Back. bb--Blocking back. c--center. db--Defensive back.
BUSINESS
August 14, 1990 | CRISTINA LEE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Kwikset Corp., a manufacturer of residential locks, has formed a joint venture with an Italian company to distribute its lines of "designer" hardware for doors and related accessories in the United States, Canada and Mexico. Known primarily as a manufacturer of medium-cost residential locks, Kwikset's venture with Italy's Valli & Colombo marks its first move into the pricier, designer hardware segment. Kwikset is a subsidiary of Black & Decker.
NEWS
August 24, 1986 | United Press International
Civilization got off to a slow start in Mexico, lagging about 5,000 years behind civilization in the fertile crescent of the Middle East. A University of Wisconsin professor of botany thinks the delay can be blamed on differences in plants. Speaking at a recent international symposium, Hugh Iltis said New World civilization developed slowly because the basic food crop first cultivated in Mexico was corn.
BUSINESS
December 24, 1993
Religious broadcaster Pat Robertson's bid to acquire the Nostalgia Network keeps getting murkier. International Family Entertainment, controlled by Robertson and his son, Tim, on Wednesday said that about 5.7 million shares of common stock--or more than 25%--had been tendered as part of an offer of $2 a share--or $40 million--for the company's common stock. The Robertson group announced Thursday that it is extending its bid until Jan. 5, and has said it may raise its offer.
NEWS
September 7, 1989
SOUTHERN SECTION 1947--Bud Woodward (Long Beach Jordan), HB. 1948--John Olszewski (St. Anthony), FB. 1949--Jim Contratto (Compton), QB. 1956--M: Mickey Flynn (Anaheim), HB and Randy Meadows (Downey), HB. 1958--M: Dee Andrews (Long Beach Poly), B. L: Bill Redell (San Marino), B. 1959--4-A: Willie Brown (Long Beach Poly), B. 1964--4-A: George Buehler (Whittier), E. 3A-2A: Terry Newlin (St. Francis), B. 1A-SS: Steve Price (Coachella), B and Brian Kilpatrick (Rim of the World), B.
SPORTS
October 21, 1990 | JOHN ORTEGA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Perhaps Antelope Valley College could have engineered a last-minute drive for the winning field goal. But as it was, good fortune intervened on the Marauders' behalf in a 21-14 victory over host San Bernardino Valley in a Foothill Conference game Saturday night. With 1 minute 27 seconds left and the score tied, 14-14, a bad snap on a San Bernardino punt from the 30-yard line gave the Marauders a first and goal just inside the Indian 10-yard line.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 19, 2002 | HUGO MARTIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Reversing a previous order, the California Department of Transportation has decided to allow all banners, signs and flags--regardless of the message--to be flown on bridges and highway overpasses. Caltrans' policy on freeway displays came under scrutiny when two Santa Cruz women sued the state agency last year, charging that it routinely removed banners with unpopular messages while allowing flags to fly on overpasses and bridges.
SPORTS
February 12, 1988 | SCOT BUTWELL
In what could be an unprecedented ruling in high school basketball, officials reviewed a television replay and changed a three-point basket at the buzzer to a two-point shot, turning what would have been an overtime game into a 32-31 Fairfax High win over Kennedy in a Valley League game Thursday at Fairfax.
NEWS
June 25, 1989 | NANCY SHULINS, Associated Press
About 8 million Americans say they know from experience what it feels like to die. They tell of disembodied travels through dark tunnels at immeasurable speeds, of being bathed in a brilliant light that conveys feelings of peace and love, of seeing the minutiae of their lives replayed. Are these hallucinations, induced by drugs or anesthesia? Perhaps, but most people who survive the near-death experience are never the same. It might have been a side effect of painkillers that changed Steve Price's life.
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