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August 11, 1990 | MELVIN DURSLAG
In its latest communique to the horse-playing public, the Del Mar race track announces it has added to its satellite betting stations the Cabazon Indian Bingo Palace near Palm Springs. As you know, that precinct occupies a niche of the Colorado Desert where, this time of year, temperatures rise to 120.
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July 22, 1991 | PAUL FELDMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
When Arthur Welmas and Linda Streeter Dukic decided to challenge the leadership of the tiny Cabazon Band of Mission Indians, they knew they were taking a calculated risk. But they never quite realized the extent of their gamble until the conclusion of a 3 1/2-hour misconduct hearing in the main gaming hall of the Cabazon Bingo Palace last week. Welmas and Dukic, whose recent drive to oust Tribal Chairman John James for alleged mismanagement failed by one vote, were fined $50,000 each.
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NEWS
July 22, 1991 | PAUL FELDMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
When Arthur Welmas and Linda Streeter Dukic decided to challenge the leadership of the tiny Cabazon Band of Mission Indians, they knew they were taking a calculated risk. But they never quite realized the extent of their gamble until the conclusion of a 3 1/2-hour misconduct hearing in the main gaming hall of the Cabazon Bingo Palace last week. Welmas and Dukic, whose recent drive to oust Tribal Chairman John James for alleged mismanagement failed by one vote, were fined $50,000 each.
SPORTS
August 11, 1990 | MELVIN DURSLAG
In its latest communique to the horse-playing public, the Del Mar race track announces it has added to its satellite betting stations the Cabazon Indian Bingo Palace near Palm Springs. As you know, that precinct occupies a niche of the Colorado Desert where, this time of year, temperatures rise to 120.
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July 25, 1990 | BILL CHRISTINE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
When one of his horses won a race at Hollywood Park last weekend, trainer Doug Peterson said: "That's shipping money for Del Mar." The same day, in the paddock, Kent Desormeaux, the Eclipse Award-winning jockey, was talking about Del Mar. "I've seen the town, but never been to the track," said Desormeaux, who came to California from Maryland early this year after winning a record 598 races in 1989. Desormeaux was here a few weeks ago, shopping for a condominium rental.
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July 25, 1990 | JOHN M. GLIONNA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Vann Belvoir is among the thousands of out-of-towners who have anxiously converged for today's opening ceremonies of the 51st season at the Del Mar Race Track. But come post time, you won't find him slamming beers with his buddies in the infield or inhaling the rarefied air of the Turf Club. And don't look for him at the betting windows, either. At the coltish age of 16, Belvoir will be the youngest jockey in recent memory to compete at Del Mar.
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July 25, 1990 | BILL CHRISTINE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
When one of his horses won a race at Hollywood Park last weekend, trainer Doug Peterson said: "That's shipping money for Del Mar." The same day, in the paddock, Kent Desormeaux, the Eclipse Award-winning jockey, was talking about Del Mar. "I've seen the town, but never been to the track," said Desormeaux, who came to California from Maryland early this year after winning a record 598 races in 1989. Desormeaux was here a few weeks ago, shopping for a condominium rental.
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