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January 25, 1990 | JOAN TYNER, THE BALTIMORE SUN
It's an uncommonly balmy October evening here at the exclusive Woodholme Country Club. Guests nibble imported crackers smeared with Russian caviar. The Dom Perignon flows. Mock cheerleaders greet guests at the door, begging for autographs. A raspy-voiced, slightly crazed Wolfman Jack imitator emcees the proceedings; the Vandellas and the Shirelles are belting out '50s tunes. The host, Harold Goldsmith, is hanging out near the bandstand. This is a 10th anniversary party celebrating a decade of wedded bliss for Goldsmith and his second wife, Beth.
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January 25, 1990 | JOAN TYNER, THE BALTIMORE SUN
It's an uncommonly balmy October evening here at the exclusive Woodholme Country Club. Guests nibble imported crackers smeared with Russian caviar. The Dom Perignon flows. Mock cheerleaders greet guests at the door, begging for autographs. A raspy-voiced, slightly crazed Wolfman Jack imitator emcees the proceedings; the Vandellas and the Shirelles are belting out '50s tunes. The host, Harold Goldsmith, is hanging out near the bandstand. This is a 10th anniversary party celebrating a decade of wedded bliss for Goldsmith and his second wife, Beth.
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January 2, 1990 | JOAN TYNER, BALTIMORE SUN
It's an uncommonly balmy October evening here at the exclusive Woodholme Country Club. Guests nibble imported crackers laced with Russian caviar. The Dom Perignon flows. Mock cheerleaders greet guests at the door, begging for autographs. A raspy-voiced, slightly crazed Wolfman Jack imitator emcees the proceedings; the Vandellas and the Shirelles are belting out '50s tunes. The host, Harold Goldsmith, is hanging out near the bandstand.
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July 20, 1997 | JOHN-THOR DAHLBURG, TIMES STAFF WRITER
James Goldsmith, swashbuckling Wall Street raider, political maverick and one of Europe's wealthiest and most colorful figures, died Saturday of a heart attack after a long struggle with cancer, his lawyer said. He was 64. The billionaire, who held joint French and British nationality, was surrounded by family members at his villa near the chic seaside resort town of Marbella in southern Spain when the end came.
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