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October 2, 1987 | United Press International
Gov. Robert P. Casey underwent quadruple bypass heart surgery Thursday to correct blockages in his arteries, and doctors said the operation went "extremely well," a spokesman said. Casey, 55, was reported in critical but stable condition at Hershey Medical Center.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 3, 2001
Your article on the proposed Casitas Springs bypass hit a responsive chord. As a resident and 14-year property owner in Meiners Oaks, I'm against the bypass as it's proposed. Do I hate the rush hour traffic through the communities on Route 33? Of course! Do I feel sorry for the residents of Casitas Springs? You bet! Does the bypass do the right thing? Absolutely not! The traffic problems described are not unique to the Casitas Springs community. If a bypass is implemented, all we are doing is shifting the jam from one part of the valley entry path to another.
SPORTS
April 26, 1989 | Associated Press
Martina Navratilova will bypass the French Open and other European clay-court tournaments this year, the Women's International Tennis Assn. announced Tuesday. Navratilova, a two-time French Open champion ranked No. 2 in the world, has also withdrawn from the Italian and German Opens. "Martina has decided to re-evaluate her schedule," said Peachy Kellmeyer, WITA director of operations. "It's entirely her decision to do it." The Italian Open starts May 8 in Rome, and is followed a week later by the German Open in Berlin.
NEWS
October 8, 1985 | United Press International
Peggy Lee, a double Grammy award winner for her 1969 song, "Is That All There Is," was hospitalized with chest pains Sunday and was to undergo a double-bypass operation later today, Touro Infirmary officials said. Lee, 65, who had been performing in New Orleans, canceled plans to sing tonight at the White House for visiting Singapore Prime Minister Lee Kuan Yew.
ENTERTAINMENT
August 1, 2007
Star Jones Reynolds skirted questions about her dramatic weight loss for years, saying only that she had undergone a medical intervention. That intervention, it turns out, was gastric bypass surgery. Reynolds, 45, says she was "intentionally evasive" when people asked how she'd dropped 160 pounds in three years. She writes about her weight loss in a first-person essay in the September issue of Glamour magazine, on newsstands Aug. 7.
HEALTH
January 28, 2008 | From Times wire reports
Bypass surgery remains the best option for heart patients with more than one clogged artery, according to the first big study to compare bypass with drug-coated stents. The new research dims hopes that the less drastic stent procedure would prove to be just as good for people with multiple blockages. In the study, heart attack and death rates were lower among people who had surgery than those given artery-opening balloon angioplasty and stents -- mesh cylinders oozing drugs to keep vessels from re-clogging.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 30, 2000
A countywide referendum on whether to fix a traffic bottleneck in the Las Posas Valley is a pointless dodge that only reinforces a false choice: Should we accept perpetual gridlock on California 118 or should we wipe out the historic downtown of tiny Somis? The obvious answer: Neither. But that option will get no support from the referendum proposed by Ventura County Supervisor Judy Mikels and backed last week by Supervisors Susan Lacey and Kathy Long.
SPORTS
December 5, 1995 | Associated Press
The Winnipeg Jets have found a new home at the America West Arena and intend to play there next season. "It's not a done deal yet, but the announcement today in St. Paul makes it clear where we're headed," Jerry Colangelo, the Phoenix Suns' president, said Monday.
OPINION
March 12, 2006
Am I the only one who thinks that the Republicans frustrating any inquiry into warrantless wiretaps (March 8) should have been a front-page story? By all appearances, President Bush broke the law by eavesdropping on Americans without legal oversight. Now, congressional Republicans are moving to legalize what Bush has done. This has a greater effect on the Constitution and the rule of law than "Monicagate" ever did. Why did The Times bury the story on Page A13? ROBERT PAYNE Studio City Re "A break-in to end all break-ins," Opinion, March 8 I wish Allan M. Jalon had finished the story of the FBI's illegal wiretaps with the creation of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act court, designed to prevent blatantly unconstitutional surveillance in the future.
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