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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 26, 2000
I regret that Geraldine Baum, in her profile of Joe Lieberman (Oct. 20), found it necessary to refer to the late John Bailey as "a Connecticut ward-heeler." To reporters of an earlier generation, Bailey was a gifted politician on both the state and national level and a man who never lied to us. He knew what a ward was but he was a good deal more than a ward-heeler. SANDER VANOCUR Santa Barbara
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BUSINESS
October 17, 2013 | By Don Lee, Jim Puzzanghera and Andrew Tangel
WASHINGTON - In the grand scheme of the $16-trillion U.S. economy, the nearly three-week government shutdown and standoff over the debt ceiling may not look like much. Analysts estimate the loss at tens of billions of dollars, and reckon that much of that will be recouped in the next quarter. But the extent of the economic harm goes well beyond what can be immediately tallied: lost business deals and disrupted research; a hit to consumer confidence; and what many see as permanent damage to U.S. credibility around the world.
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NEWS
August 21, 1994
Congratulations. You guys finally put something interesting on your cover--an early studio photograph of Dana Andrews. Keep it up! John Bailey, Los Angeles
ENTERTAINMENT
July 15, 2013 | By Nicole Sperling
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences elected 10 first-time governors including Sony Pictures Co-chairman Amy Pascal to its board of directors for the upcoming year. The board's ranks have been expanded from 43 to 48. In addition to Pascal, costume designers Judianna Makovsky and Deborah Nadoolman, designers Rick Carter and Jan Pascale, documentarian Alex Gibney, film editor Lynzee Klingman, and Kathryn Blondell and Bill Corso from the makeup artists and hairstylists branch, will join the board of governors.
SPORTS
February 22, 1997 | BILL PLASCHKE
Grumpy Old Dads, on the telephone, first thing Thursday morning. "Nice game by Toby last night against USC, real good shooting," Rick Price says to John Bailey. "Why, thanks," John Bailey says. "That means he's all shot out. Through for the month. Your boy will be easy pickings for my boy on Sunday." "There you go again, running your mouth." "UCLA doesn't have a chance against Duke, and you know it." "Hey, Coach Rick?" "Yeah, Coach John?" "At least my boy is starting." Click. Click.
NEWS
August 3, 1995 | SEAN WATERS, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
One summer ago, on the driveway in front of their Ladera Heights home, Toby Bailey and his younger brother Ryan (Moose) Bailey played a fierce one-on-one basketball game. John Bailey, a compassionate father who has orchestrated his sons' athletic careers, gave shooting tips while watching from the brick front porch. "You know why they jump so high?" John Bailey said, jokingly. "I used to tie a pork chop above the rim and tell them that was dinner."
NEWS
August 6, 1995 | SEAN WATERS, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
One summer ago, on the driveway in front of their Ladera Heights home, Toby Bailey and his younger brother Ryan (Moose) Bailey played a fierce one-on-one basketball game. John Bailey, a compassionate father who has orchestrated his sons' athletic careers, gave shooting tips while watching from the brick front porch. "You know why they jump so high?" John Bailey said, jokingly. "I used to tie a pork chop above the rim and tell them that was dinner."
SPORTS
October 14, 1989 | TOM HAMILTON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Fullerton High School returned the opening kickoff 86 yards for a touchdown and rolled to a 37-7 rout of Sonora Friday night in front of 2,100 fans in Fullerton District Stadium. David Chacon raced untouched to the end zone on the first play of the game and Fullerton opened with 21 points in the first quarter--its biggest offensive outburst of the season--in the Freeway League opener for both schools.
ENTERTAINMENT
July 15, 2013 | By Nicole Sperling
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences elected 10 first-time governors including Sony Pictures Co-chairman Amy Pascal to its board of directors for the upcoming year. The board's ranks have been expanded from 43 to 48. In addition to Pascal, costume designers Judianna Makovsky and Deborah Nadoolman, designers Rick Carter and Jan Pascale, documentarian Alex Gibney, film editor Lynzee Klingman, and Kathryn Blondell and Bill Corso from the makeup artists and hairstylists branch, will join the board of governors.
SPORTS
December 19, 1998 | SCOTT HOWARD-COOPER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
For someone so far behind schedule, Ryan Bailey is way ahead of schedule. He's a 21-year-old sophomore on the UCLA basketball team, but a 21-year-old sophomore who has become an occasional starter when even he didn't expect to be playing big minutes. He's a key reason the Bruins are 5-2 and ranked 12th, the only losses having come against top-five teams Maryland and Kentucky. But his has never been the normal path.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 4, 2006 | Ashley Powers, Times Staff Writer
The funeral for California Highway Patrol Officer John Bailey on Friday ended with a recording of him signing off from his final shift: "10-10," the dispatch code that signals a patrol officer is heading home. Bailey, 36, who was killed Feb. 25 by a suspected drunk driver, was remembered during a three-hour memorial as, one supervisor said, a "cowboy to the rescue." Speakers described Bailey as a man devoted to his wife, Teresa, and their four young children, and to his service in the U.S.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 26, 2000
I regret that Geraldine Baum, in her profile of Joe Lieberman (Oct. 20), found it necessary to refer to the late John Bailey as "a Connecticut ward-heeler." To reporters of an earlier generation, Bailey was a gifted politician on both the state and national level and a man who never lied to us. He knew what a ward was but he was a good deal more than a ward-heeler. SANDER VANOCUR Santa Barbara
SPORTS
December 19, 1998 | SCOTT HOWARD-COOPER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
For someone so far behind schedule, Ryan Bailey is way ahead of schedule. He's a 21-year-old sophomore on the UCLA basketball team, but a 21-year-old sophomore who has become an occasional starter when even he didn't expect to be playing big minutes. He's a key reason the Bruins are 5-2 and ranked 12th, the only losses having come against top-five teams Maryland and Kentucky. But his has never been the normal path.
SPORTS
March 19, 1998 | TIM KAWAKAMI, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Toby Bailey's long and productive UCLA career, summed up in a final irony: Here's someone who got overloaded with attention before he was a complete basketball player--and now that he's a complete, dominating basketball player, he's not getting all the attention.
SPORTS
February 22, 1997 | BILL PLASCHKE
Grumpy Old Dads, on the telephone, first thing Thursday morning. "Nice game by Toby last night against USC, real good shooting," Rick Price says to John Bailey. "Why, thanks," John Bailey says. "That means he's all shot out. Through for the month. Your boy will be easy pickings for my boy on Sunday." "There you go again, running your mouth." "UCLA doesn't have a chance against Duke, and you know it." "Hey, Coach Rick?" "Yeah, Coach John?" "At least my boy is starting." Click. Click.
SPORTS
November 21, 1995 | JOHN WEYLER
You might think water polo would be one sport where big is not necessarily better. After all, it's the only team sport where 75% of a competitor's body is under the playing surface. But UC Irvine sophomore Ryan Bailey--all 6 feet 5 inches and 235 muscle-bound pounds of him--is living proof to the contrary. Bailey is a two-meter man, the water polo equivalent of a center in basketball, and he's a big man to be reckoned with.
SPORTS
March 19, 1998 | TIM KAWAKAMI, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Toby Bailey's long and productive UCLA career, summed up in a final irony: Here's someone who got overloaded with attention before he was a complete basketball player--and now that he's a complete, dominating basketball player, he's not getting all the attention.
BUSINESS
October 17, 2013 | By Don Lee, Jim Puzzanghera and Andrew Tangel
WASHINGTON - In the grand scheme of the $16-trillion U.S. economy, the nearly three-week government shutdown and standoff over the debt ceiling may not look like much. Analysts estimate the loss at tens of billions of dollars, and reckon that much of that will be recouped in the next quarter. But the extent of the economic harm goes well beyond what can be immediately tallied: lost business deals and disrupted research; a hit to consumer confidence; and what many see as permanent damage to U.S. credibility around the world.
NEWS
August 6, 1995 | SEAN WATERS, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
One summer ago, on the driveway in front of their Ladera Heights home, Toby Bailey and his younger brother Ryan (Moose) Bailey played a fierce one-on-one basketball game. John Bailey, a compassionate father who has orchestrated his sons' athletic careers, gave shooting tips while watching from the brick front porch. "You know why they jump so high?" John Bailey said, jokingly. "I used to tie a pork chop above the rim and tell them that was dinner."
NEWS
August 3, 1995 | SEAN WATERS, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
One summer ago, on the driveway in front of their Ladera Heights home, Toby Bailey and his younger brother Ryan (Moose) Bailey played a fierce one-on-one basketball game. John Bailey, a compassionate father who has orchestrated his sons' athletic careers, gave shooting tips while watching from the brick front porch. "You know why they jump so high?" John Bailey said, jokingly. "I used to tie a pork chop above the rim and tell them that was dinner."
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