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April 14, 1989 | DANIEL M. WEINTRAUB and CHRIS KRAUL, Times Staff Writers
While Richard T. Silberman allegedly was pressing for a second money-laundering deal with federal agents who said they represented Colombian drug traffickers, the San Diego businessman was imploring friends and associates to help him sell his floundering gold mining company or raise the cash needed to save it, according to sources close to Silberman and the firm. Federal securities reports and state court records also show that Silberman's company, Yuba Natural Resources, was deeply in debt and facing lawsuits from creditors and a $515,000 judgment from the federal government for dredging for gold on land it did not own. In addition, Silberman and his wife, San Diego County Supervisor Susan Golding, have disposed of much of their extensive real estate holdings in recent years, according to disclosure reports filed with the county by Golding.
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NEWS
April 14, 1989 | DANIEL M. WEINTRAUB and CHRIS KRAUL, Times Staff Writers
While Richard T. Silberman allegedly was pressing for a second money-laundering deal with federal agents who said they represented Colombian drug traffickers, the San Diego businessman was imploring friends and associates to help him sell his floundering gold mining company or raise the cash needed to save it, according to sources close to Silberman and the firm. Federal securities reports and state court records also show that Silberman's company, Yuba Natural Resources, was deeply in debt and facing lawsuits from creditors and a $515,000 judgment from the federal government for dredging for gold on land it did not own. In addition, Silberman and his wife, San Diego County Supervisor Susan Golding, have disposed of much of their extensive real estate holdings in recent years, according to disclosure reports filed with the county by Golding.
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OPINION
January 20, 1985
I would like to praise Roman Catholic Cardinal Timothy Manning for his letter to the court regarding Andrija Artukovich. He did a moral and courageous thing. Artukovich has lived 35 years in this country as a good citizen. The same could be said of two other men recently deported. One had made substantial contributions to our space and defense efforts. The government recently said it is asking the court to deport 13 other old men to foreign countries and has 300 others under investigation.
BUSINESS
January 27, 1985 | NANCY RIVERA
Armed with an improved climate for public transportation and $30 million in new financing, Los Angeles-based Crown Coach International has launched a major expansion program that is expected to produce nearly $80 million in sales in 1985, said Chairman Llewellyn C. Werner.
NEWS
February 11, 1987 | LEO C. WOLINSKY, Times Staff Writer
After months of posturing but little progress, Democratic leaders of the Senate unveiled legislation Tuesday that would authorize construction of two state prisons in Los Angeles County. The measure, hammered out in a late Monday night meeting between Senate President Pro Tem David A. Roberti of Los Angeles and other top Senate Democrats, is aimed at breaking a two-year deadlock that has prevented Gov.
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December 31, 1986 | PAUL JACOBS, Times Staff Writer
In a sharp setback to the Deukmejian Administration's plan to build a prison near downtown Los Angeles, the owners of a key parcel at the proposed site are selling their land for more than $5 million to a firm planning an industrial development, The Times has learned. Both the present owners of the parcel, Crown Coach International, and the firm purchasing the property, Ramser Development Co.
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January 31, 1988 | GEORGE SKELTON, Times Sacramento Bureau Chief
American rancher James Jordan Denby, jailed since being shot down while flying his light plane over Nicaragua on Dec. 6, was released Saturday into the custody of Democratic U.S. Senate contender Bill Press of California. Denby, 58, who had been accused of working with the Contras, then flew with Press to Los Angeles in a chartered luxury jet.
NEWS
April 14, 1989 | DANIEL M. WEINTRAUB and CHRIS KRAUL, Times Staff Writers
While Richard T. Silberman allegedly was pressing for a second money-laundering deal with federal agents who said they represented Colombian drug traffickers, the San Diego businessman was imploring friends and associates to help him sell his foundering gold mining company or raise the cash needed to save it, according to sources close to Silberman and the company. Federal securities reports and state court records also show that Silberman's company, Yuba Natural Resources, was deeply in debt and facing lawsuits from creditors and a $515,000 judgment from the federal government for dredging for gold on land it did not own. Silberman and his wife, San Diego County Supervisor Susan Golding, have disposed of much of their extensive real estate holdings in recent years, according to disclosure reports filed with the county by Golding.
NEWS
February 2, 1988 | GEORGE SKELTON, Times Sacramento Bureau Chief
The code words "Cousin," "Basketball" and "Bogey" never will go down in history with the likes of "Rawhide," "Plumbers" and "Overlord," but they did provide the secret heart of a bilingual vocabulary used to spring American rancher James Jordan Denby from a Nicaraguan prison.
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