Title: Tampa Bay Business Journal
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Title: Tampa Bay Business Journal
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Language: English
Publisher: Tamps Bay Business Journal
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Spatial Coverage: North America -- United States of America -- Florida
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Abstract: Tampa Bay Business Journal, Volume 6, No. 45, November 9-15 1986
General Note: Box 7, Folder 1 ( Vail Conference 1987 - 1987 ), Item 109
Funding: Digitized by the Legal Technology Institute in the Levin College of Law at the University of Florida.
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Bibliographic ID: WL00000716
Volume ID: VID00001
Source Institution: Levin College of Law, University of Florida
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Vol. 6, No. 45. Nov. 9-15, 1966


75 CENTS


ThouM ght. ad arpwcamian -bout A* TamM lBy ui*nes
anmuny.
..On their: eind*nisin typm habw kt the fold
orTeampp'TAWl d l mOs, oiLan their owmda rcy,
SoblDiMail Faddyl l ldM Micmael Soltfomer viae
pmiden amount srvite at TM, isa p. identl/COof the
mew agency at 101 S. Franklin St. in Tampa. The new
aacy ma born wihe Solt. alof with Dave Diagio.
Deborah Fuddy. Shirley Hill and Tom RapIas. realiad
they eac were redy to lem T-M. but not ready to part
from ac other. The sew aeacy lriady count Scoityk
*s NIsMO. ma poap


IDsalination Makes Waves In Pinellas


By CHMImTOPHER SIIN
r mmwerior Tapa a., ,iasm
ry spells worry Bill Davis. As
president of Pincllas County's
Committee of 100, Davis spends
his days trying to convince companies
to move to the Suncoast. In thepast he
say he' run upainst irnm who wanted
to make the move but couldn't. The
reason: water shortages.
One firm wanted to build 1.000- to
ag-lbason. ...Admanuateme la in shames bu t ,


it one of the "top five or six" in the
county.
"It waisbiggie.hesays. Sine Pinells
imports waerfromothercounties.com-
munity leader couldnn alford to offer
the company the resources it needed.
Davis says the company would'
consider using highly treated wasewater
from St. Petesburg's sewage treatment
plants. offered them recycled water."
he says. "They felt it was too much
pioneering."
Group government leaders in the


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of water day."ays Davv. The national
lectroncs manufacturer, which Davis
declined to identify. would have created
a operation whoe st would hae made


to pipe water over greater and greater
diunces from neighboring counties or
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Financier Has Pot Full Of Florida

By BRAD KUHN Florida Center Bank, has more than a The FDIC and at last two other
+ ap.w9ceaim yast 1 pot full ofothertroubles.boh inFlorida Oklahoma financial institutions have
+ and on his home turf. filed suits seeking cumulatively more
klahoma financier Charles J. Barman, himself aconvictedswindler than $0 million for unpaid debt. az-
B rzarian. indicted Sept.25aong and whountilcntlycorollddirectly arin'sprincipalbusine.CBFinancial
uwihconvictedswindlerMichael and indirectly 12% of Tampa-based Corp.o(OklahomaCity,owesFeedom
Hellerman and six others for allegedly Freedom Savings A Loan Association's more an SS.4 million. Several invest-
engineringhe failure ofOrlando-based common stock, also faces civil bank me i eluding the Freedom stake.
Brad u ic s a so ,a.ri, for Orlando fraud charps in a lamwuit filed by halwsoured.placingBt wian nclan al
Bp re f o u a iain O Phoenix Federal Savings Lan Asso- health in question. A her attack earlier
Bay-Buine o Journal. citation of Muskogee. OK. this year de a blow to his personal


Troubles
bhalth.
At least four institutions in which
Bazarian held a financial stake have
failed within the last 12 months, and
Freedom and others are tottering on
hedge. Federal and sate authorities
in Oklahoma, however, refused to say
whsherLmheyar invemistingm Barian's
banking ativitis.
Oklahoma Commissioner of banking
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il l' w h Ithough health care traditional triad of physician-
8 -:. o m. e mus patient-pharnpacist still exists. it no longer reigns
A0.t t' n suprme. -
f12'l "7.l i- a 1 Economic concerns. contumers'convenience orientation
14 le :dl:-dn :. :,; 1 e 1 and recently enacted state legislationar exerting pressures
17 .u". L. S6e, I #lUn iD on thai established system.
2 pinbed o f ml-e Throughoul the United Sates. throughout Florida. and
23 '. -4 o t qrage LO. within the Tampa Bay Area. some physicians are beginning
to question the ltoic behind the unwritten law that ph' ,icans


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