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January 8, 1990 | RALPH VARTABEDIAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
As Alfred J. Rubbelke, a small investor, lay on his deathbed in St. Paul last year, he made a final request that his heirs carry on the fight he had waged for years against Teledyne Chairman Henry E. Singleton. "On his deathbed, he made me promise I would never sell the Unicoa shares unless I got what they were worth," recalled Rubbelke's brother, Irvin. "One of the last things he said was 'Don't give those shares to Singleton.'
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January 8, 1990 | RALPH VARTABEDIAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
As Alfred J. Rubbelke, a small investor, lay on his deathbed in St. Paul last year, he made a final request that his heirs carry on the fight he had waged for years against Teledyne Chairman Henry E. Singleton. "On his deathbed, he made me promise I would never sell the Unicoa shares unless I got what they were worth," recalled Rubbelke's brother, Irvin. "One of the last things he said was 'Don't give those shares to Singleton.'
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May 21, 1985
A retired North Hollywood insurance agent was sentenced to 10 years in federal prison after he pleaded guilty to charges involving a scheme to defraud about $1 million from United Insurance Co. of America, where he worked for 30 years. In sentencing William Ekaireb, 69, U.S. District Judge James M. Ideman said the defendant could be considered for parole in two years because of his age and health.
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May 25, 1986
A former insurance salesman, convicted in Los Angeles federal court on charges of participating in a scheme to bilk United Insurance Co. of America out of more than $1 million, was sentenced to five years in prison, placed on five years probation and ordered to make restitution of $70,000. U.S. District Judge James M. Ideman said Gerges Soliman, 45, of Culver City, committed perjury in his trial and did not now appear to be repentant.
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May 22, 1985
A retired North Hollywood insurance agent has been sentenced to 10 years in federal prison after he pleaded guilty to being involved in a scheme to defraud about $1 million from United Insurance Co. of America, for whom he worked for 30 years. But in handing down the sentence Monday against William Ekaireb, 69, U.S. District Judge James M. Ideman said the defendant could be considered for parole after two years because of his age and health.
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May 26, 1985
A retired North Hollywood insurance agent has been sentenced to 10 years in federal prison after he pleaded guilty of being involved in a scheme to defraud about $1 million from United Insurance Co. of America, for whom he worked for 30 years. But in handing down the sentence this week against William Ekaireb, 69, U.S. District Judge James M. Ideman said the defendant could be considered for parole after two years because of his age and health.
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October 28, 1998
Camarillo resident Orlando H. Camacho died Sunday following a short illness. He was 73. Camacho was born Jan. 19, 1925, in Quito, Ecuador. He was educated in Ecuador before moving to Ventura County in 1964. For more 20 years Camacho worked for United Insurance Co. of America, and for many years he managed the company's branch office in Oxnard. He received several awards during his career before retiring in 1987, his family said. In his free time, enjoyed golf, tennis and traveling. On Dec.
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January 27, 1990 | Leslie Berkman / Times Staff Writer
Saddleback Memorial Medical Center is gearing up to market a group-insurance plan tailor-made for South Orange County's small-business community. Judy Simmons, director of public relations for the 215-bed Laguna Hills hospital, says she knows of no other instance in which a company has marketed a group-insurance plan to such a small geographic area, adding: "We are focusing on South Orange County from Irvine through San Clemente."
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