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July 19, 1990
The observations expressed by Joseph N. Bell in his Orange County Life article (July 6) titled "Small Claims Court Has Smallness of Demeanor" bore many similarities to our recent experience in the same court. We had been stiffed by a tenant occupant of one of our apartment units who departed without paying his last month's rent, and leaving behind considerable damage to the premises. The triplex we own and in which we also reside is a source of income during our retirement years.
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July 19, 1990
The observations expressed by Joseph N. Bell in his Orange County Life article (July 6) titled "Small Claims Court Has Smallness of Demeanor" bore many similarities to our recent experience in the same court. We had been stiffed by a tenant occupant of one of our apartment units who departed without paying his last month's rent, and leaving behind considerable damage to the premises. The triplex we own and in which we also reside is a source of income during our retirement years.
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BUSINESS
July 21, 1989 | JAMES BATES, Times Staff Writer
Two small Southern California savings and loans were taken over Thursday by federal authorities, officials announced. The two insolvent institutions are Sierra Federal Savings, a one-office savings and loan on North Roxbury Drive in Beverly Hills with $49 million in assets, and American Interstate Savings, which has its corporate headquarters in Costa Mesa and operates a single office on South Figueroa in Los Angeles. American Interstate Savings has $27 million in assets.
BUSINESS
July 17, 1990 | JAMES S. GRANELLI, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In one of Southern California's largest art auctions, nearly 1,000 pieces of fine art and antique furniture with a total appraised value of more than $500,000 will go on the block here Wednesday. The artwork ranges from a Picasso print to a $40,000 Expressionist painting by Italian-born abstract artist Giorgio Cavallon. It includes about 350 pots and planters, some of them antique and valued at more than $500. But what's unique is not what's for sale, but who is selling it.
BUSINESS
July 21, 1989 | JAMES BATES, Times Staff Writer
Two small Southern California savings and loans, including one with its administrative office in Orange County, were taken over Thursday by federal authorities, officials announced. The two insolvent institutions are American Interstate Savings, which has its corporate headquarters in Costa Mesa and operates a single office on South Figueroa Street in Los Angeles, and Sierra Federal Savings, a one-office savings and loan on North Roxbury Drive in Beverly Hills.
BUSINESS
May 7, 1990 | From a Times Staff Writer
The Resolution Trust Corp. announced that the following actions were taken Friday: * Arrowhead Pacific Federal Savings Bank of San Bernardino was closed and insured depositors will be paid off. Arrowhead Pacific had deposits of about $89.8 million in 6,500 deposit accounts, virtually all of which are within the $100,000 federal insurance limit. * The insured deposits of Security Federal Savings Assn. of Garden Grove were transferred to ITT Federal Bank of Irvine.
BUSINESS
July 17, 1990 | JAMES S. GRANELLI, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In one of Southern California's largest art auctions, nearly 1,000 pieces of fine art and antique furniture with a total appraised value of more than $500,000 will go on the block here Wednesday. The artwork ranges from a Picasso print to a $40,000 Expressionist painting by Italian-born abstract artist Giorgio Cavallon. It includes about 350 pots and planters, some of them antique and valued at more than $500. But what's unique is not what's for sale, but who is selling it.
BUSINESS
May 7, 1990 | From a Times Staff Writer
The Resolution Trust Corp. announced that the following actions were taken Friday: * Arrowhead Pacific Federal Savings Bank of San Bernardino was closed and insured depositors will be paid off. Arrowhead Pacific had deposits of about $89.8 million in 6,500 deposit accounts, virtually all of which are within the $100,000 federal insurance limit. * The insured deposits of Security Federal Savings Assn. of Garden Grove were transferred to ITT Federal Bank of Irvine.
BUSINESS
July 21, 1989 | JAMES BATES, Times Staff Writer
Two small Southern California savings and loans were taken over Thursday by federal authorities, officials announced. The two insolvent institutions are Sierra Federal Savings, a one-office savings and loan on North Roxbury Drive in Beverly Hills with $49 million in assets, and American Interstate Savings, which has its corporate headquarters in Costa Mesa and operates a single office on South Figueroa in Los Angeles. American Interstate Savings has $27 million in assets.
BUSINESS
July 21, 1989 | JAMES BATES, Times Staff Writer
Two small Southern California savings and loans, including one with its administrative office in Orange County, were taken over Thursday by federal authorities, officials announced. The two insolvent institutions are American Interstate Savings, which has its corporate headquarters in Costa Mesa and operates a single office on South Figueroa Street in Los Angeles, and Sierra Federal Savings, a one-office savings and loan on North Roxbury Drive in Beverly Hills.
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