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June 3, 1995 | SUSAN MARQUEZ OWEN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Two men who collided at an intersection here and suffered serious chest injuries Friday were airlifted to Western Medical Center-Santa Ana. Marcos Fuentes Urendez, 27, of Westminster was driving north on Western Avenue when his pickup collided with a car driven by Govind Patel, 46, of Anaheim at the intersection of Jackson Street, Police Lt. James Schoales said. Twenty-three firefighters and paramedics worked to rescue the men.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 3, 1995 | SUSAN MARQUEZ OWEN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Two men who collided at an intersection here and suffered serious chest injuries Friday were airlifted to Western Medical Center-Santa Ana. Marcos Fuentes Urendez, 27, of Westminster was driving north on Western Avenue when his pickup collided with a car driven by Govind Patel, 46, of Anaheim at the intersection of Jackson Street, Police Lt. James Schoales said. Twenty-three firefighters and paramedics worked to rescue the men.
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June 8, 2000 | ALLISON COHEN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Harrumph. Harrumph. Bob Wimmer clears his throat. That's how the 69-year-old usually starts his volunteer work each Thursday morning. "I have my tea," he says. "Let's get started." While he adjusts his headset, his wife, Elinor, also 69, checks his sound level, cues up the reel-to-reel and pushes play. As volunteers for Recording for the Blind and Dyslexic, the couple's work recording textbooks is valued by blind and reading disabled students across the country.
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December 21, 2003 | Stephen Bayley
Dude, who stole my brain? It's a question that needs answering. On both sides of the Atlantic, there is a deadening conformity in matters of opinion. In politics, the ritual responses of right and left are wearily predictable. Academic discourse is numbed by dual constraints of peer-group review in truck with the stifling nostrums of correctitude.
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February 5, 2011
LEE K. HARRINGTON Headed L.A. Economic Development Corp. Lee K. Harrington, 64, a businessman who was executive director of the Southern California Leadership Council and the former head of the Los Angeles Economic Development Corp., died Friday near his Hollister Ranch home while surfing off the coast of Santa Barbara County, according to the Santa Barbara County coroner. Harrington was surfing with friends at St. Augustine Beach, west of Santa Barbara, when one of them noticed he was unconscious on his surfboard, KSBY-TV in Santa Barbara reported.
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July 21, 2002 | FRANCES STONOR SAUNDERS, Frances Stonor Saunders is the author of "The Cultural Cold War: The CIA and the World of Arts and Letters" and is the arts editor of the New Statesman.
During the first week of June 1962, Robert Lowell flew to Brazil with his wife, Elizabeth Hardwick, and their 5-year-old daughter, Harriet. They were met in Para by journalist Keith Botsford. All went well until Elizabeth and Harriet returned to the United States, leaving Lowell to continue his trip without them. On Sept. 4, accompanied only by Botsford, Lowell left for Argentina. In Buenos Aires, the trouble started.
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