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November 29, 1992 | from Associated Press
Sen. Phil Gramm (R-Tex.) helped a Texas thrift operator deal with regulators after the man picked up more than $50,000 worth of building expenses on Gramm's home, the New York Times reported Sunday. The man's three savings and loans collapsed in 1989 and their bailout will cost taxpayers an estimated $200 million, federal regulators said. Gramm is a member of the Senate Banking Committee, which is overseeing the cleanup of the nation's savings and loan scandal.
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November 30, 1992 | from Associated Press
Sen. Phil Gramm (R-Tex.) said Sunday he provided only routine help to a savings and loan operator who was paid $63,000 for doing $117,000 worth of work on the senator's vacation home. The FBI looked into the transaction but dropped the probe after the Senate Ethics Committee conducted a cursory review of the matter, the New York Times reported Sunday. The thrift owner, Texas businessman Jerry D.
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NEWS
November 30, 1992 | from Associated Press
Sen. Phil Gramm (R-Tex.) said Sunday he provided only routine help to a savings and loan operator who was paid $63,000 for doing $117,000 worth of work on the senator's vacation home. The FBI looked into the transaction but dropped the probe after the Senate Ethics Committee conducted a cursory review of the matter, the New York Times reported Sunday. The thrift owner, Texas businessman Jerry D.
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November 29, 1992 | from Associated Press
Sen. Phil Gramm (R-Tex.) helped a Texas thrift operator deal with regulators after the man picked up more than $50,000 worth of building expenses on Gramm's home, the New York Times reported Sunday. The man's three savings and loans collapsed in 1989 and their bailout will cost taxpayers an estimated $200 million, federal regulators said. Gramm is a member of the Senate Banking Committee, which is overseeing the cleanup of the nation's savings and loan scandal.
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January 5, 1985 | JESUS SANCHEZ, Times Staff Writer
Wespac Financial Corp. of Newport Beach will go ahead with previously announced plans to cover the nearly $2.3 million in investment losses incurred by Wespac Investors Trust II, a real estate investment trust it sponsors. In a statement Friday, Wespac II also said that its trustee, Jerry D. Stiles, has resigned. Real estate attorney Robert P. Kaufman, of Phoenix, was appointed to fill the post. Kaufman said in a telephone interview that he did not know the reason for Stiles' resignation.
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