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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 25, 2001
Ray Reynolds, 82, book collector and author who also wrote about California history, died Sunday in Santee near San Diego of complications from a ruptured aortic aneurysm. Born in Small Point, Newfoundland, and raised near Hartford, Conn., Reynolds earned a bachelor's degree at Lafayette College in Pennsylvania and a master's degree in English literature at Los Angeles' Occidental College. During World War II, he served in Italy and North Africa as a journalist with Stars and Stripes.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 25, 2001
Ray Reynolds, 82, book collector and author who also wrote about California history, died Sunday in Santee near San Diego of complications from a ruptured aortic aneurysm. Born in Small Point, Newfoundland, and raised near Hartford, Conn., Reynolds earned a bachelor's degree at Lafayette College in Pennsylvania and a master's degree in English literature at Los Angeles' Occidental College. During World War II, he served in Italy and North Africa as a journalist with Stars and Stripes.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 30, 1986
The landing of Voyager makes it all the more important that we establish a Smithsonian West out here. The Smithsonian Institution in Washington has about 70% of its material stored in the basement. Why shouldn't that be out in the open for people to see? Why not make the Voyager the centerpiece of a Smithsonian West, which would show off some of this hidden memorabilia of our country? RAY REYNOLDS San Diego
NEWS
April 11, 1997 | MARK EHRMAN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
The commercial dangled an array of elixirs for the credit-impaired. Get a Visa card in 30 days. Repair bad credit. Declare bankruptcy, and--making this unique among the bankruptcy attorneys and credit repair agencies who clutter the airwaves--incorporate yourself in Nevada. I caught these ads in the wee hours of the night, when most skeptical and productive people are fast asleep, on programs such as "Strange Universe" and "Could It Be a Miracle?"
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 8, 1994
No matter who's President, let him (or, eventually, her) snap back at media exaggeration, error or incompetence, and someone will accuse him of "whining." As a longtime newspaper reporter, I often winced when officials in high places failed to react to bad journalism aimed at them. The media need constant criticism--from every possible source. As the fourth branch of government, they need every bit as much critical attention as Congress. Whine on, Mr. President, whoever you are!
NEWS
April 11, 1997 | MARK EHRMAN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
The commercial dangled an array of elixirs for the credit-impaired. Get a Visa card in 30 days. Repair bad credit. Declare bankruptcy, and--making this unique among the bankruptcy attorneys and credit repair agencies who clutter the airwaves--incorporate yourself in Nevada. I caught these ads in the wee hours of the night, when most skeptical and productive people are fast asleep, on programs such as "Strange Universe" and "Could It Be a Miracle?"
NEWS
April 4, 1986
A La Mirada man who allegedly sold satellite television receiving dishes in at least 12 cities without delivering any equipment was arraigned on several counts of grand theft in Downey Municipal Court, Los Angeles County sheriff's deputies said. Dana Ray Reynolds, 30, would take orders at an average cost of $2,500 and then close the business before any satellite dishes were delivered to customers, Deputy Sam Jones said.
BOOKS
December 17, 1995 | SUSAN REYNOLDS
THE INSIDER'S GUIDE TO OLD BOOKS, MAGAZINES, NEWSPAPERS AND TRADE CATALOGS: 21,000 Items Priced by Dealers and Collectors by Ron Barlow and Ray Reynolds (Windmill Publishing Co./El Cajon, CA 92020: $19.95; 456 pp.) Perhaps the subtitle should read "Price Guide and Testimony to the Famous Enthusiasm of Book Collectors," for it is indeed contagious. Even though the format is bibliographic, it is possible to read this catalog for pure pleasure.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 10, 1998
A 40-member committee that will guide the development of Santa Monica Boulevard will have its first meeting Tuesday, officials said. The Santa Monica Boulevard Advisory Steering Committee will meet twice a month to advise design firm Zimmer Gunsul Frasca on refurbishment of the thoroughfare, said Ray Reynolds, the city's director of community development. The City Council on Monday approved the formation of the committee, which will be chaired by Mayor Steve Martin.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 8, 1994
No matter who's President, let him (or, eventually, her) snap back at media exaggeration, error or incompetence, and someone will accuse him of "whining." As a longtime newspaper reporter, I often winced when officials in high places failed to react to bad journalism aimed at them. The media need constant criticism--from every possible source. As the fourth branch of government, they need every bit as much critical attention as Congress. Whine on, Mr. President, whoever you are!
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 30, 1986
The landing of Voyager makes it all the more important that we establish a Smithsonian West out here. The Smithsonian Institution in Washington has about 70% of its material stored in the basement. Why shouldn't that be out in the open for people to see? Why not make the Voyager the centerpiece of a Smithsonian West, which would show off some of this hidden memorabilia of our country? RAY REYNOLDS San Diego
BUSINESS
August 1, 1991 | CHRIS WOODYARD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A so-called "credit repair" company that advertises heavily on television and radio was sued Wednesday by the state attorney general's office for allegedly engaging in false advertising and unfair competition. United Credit Repair Inc. in Anaheim, which is also known as UCR, was named in the lawsuit along with two men who were respectively identified as its owner and president, Ray Reynolds and T.R. Termohlen. The lawsuit seeks damages in excess of $500,000.
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