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September 6, 1993 | DEBORA VRANA
For Larry Green, the phrase "everything old is new again," seems especially apt. Not only did the 37-year-old entrepreneur leave behind his paving company in South Africa to start a similar business in Newport Beach, but each day he helps replace the concrete and asphalt in Orange County with an interlocking paving method once used by the Romans. "If anything, what I'm doing now is starting all over again.
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September 6, 1993 | DEBORA VRANA
For Larry Green, the phrase "everything old is new again," seems especially apt. Not only did the 37-year-old entrepreneur leave behind his paving company in South Africa to start a similar business in Newport Beach, but each day he helps replace the concrete and asphalt in Orange County with an interlocking paving method once used by the Romans. "If anything, what I'm doing now is starting all over again.
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September 25, 1993 | DAVID FERRELL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Half a world from the crumbling apartheid government of South Africa, George S. Wolfberg is a soldier in the fight for human rights. His war room is a cluttered office at Los Angeles City Hall. Armed with computer printouts, affidavits and reference manuals, Wolfberg oversees enforcement of the city's economic sanctions against South Africa. In seven years, he has tabulated more than 3,400 companies ineligible for Los Angeles contracts because of ties to the white-ruled nation.
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