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September 30, 1986 | FRANK CLIFFORD, Times Staff Writer
California Supreme Court Justice Cruz Reynoso, one of three high court justices facing election opposition, has unveiled a militant media campaign that portrays Reynoso as a judge who has upheld the death penalty, won the support of law enforcement and the esteem of Gov. George Deukmejian.
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BUSINESS
January 26, 2014 | By Ronald D. White
The gig: Miguel Gonzalez Reynoso, 63, is co-president of Northgate Gonzalez Markets, a chain of family-owned supermarkets in Southern California. Its first store was small, a 2,500-square-foot market that opened in Anaheim in 1980. Recognize a good name: That store on Anaheim Boulevard took over space formerly occupied by a market called Northgate. The family couldn't afford to change the sign, so it kept the name. Now, he's happy they did. "We came to think of Northgate as the door of opportunity for us, coming from the south," said Gonzalez Reynoso, whose large family, with 13 brothers and sisters, hails from Mexico's Jalisco state.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 30, 1986 | FRANK del OLMO, Frank del Olmo is a Times editorial writer
Next week's general election could be very encouraging for Latino citizens. Every incumbent Latino member of Congress, most of them Democrats, will likely be reelected. Even the Republican Party is running strong Latino candidates this year for U.S. Senate in Maryland, governor of Florida and attorney general in Texas.
SPORTS
May 10, 2009 | GRAHAME L. JONES
So, soccer fans, who deserves to be punished more heavily, Chelsea's Didier Drogba for going ballistic at an inept referee or Guadalajara's Hector Reynoso for pretending to spread an infectious disease? Do they get a slap on the wrist and a fine, or are they banned for periods long enough to make them realize the stupidity and unacceptability of their actions?
NEWS
September 24, 1987 | PHILIP HAGER and LAURIE BECKLUND, Times Staff Writer
Spokesmen for a coalition of minority and civil rights groups, led by a former state Supreme Court justice, urged Wednesday that regional U. S. Immigration and Naturalization Commissioner Harold Ezell be fired for remarks made two years ago that they said are racist. Former Justice Cruz Reynoso, defeated in a bid for reconfirmation last fall and now a practicing attorney, said the groups had sent a letter to President Reagan demanding Ezell's ouster.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 28, 1986
Former Gov. Pat Brown (Letters, Nov. 22) is apprehensive and Supreme Court Justice Cruz Reynoso fears that judges must become politicians (Times, Metro Section, Nov. 22). They fear for the Supreme Court of California. They can relax. The lack of faith in the good sense of Californians is their own--certainly not the people's. When an American institution gets out of hand it gets its hands slapped. American institutions are good institutions: the executive, the legislative, the judicial, the press and broadcast media, the churches.
NEWS
March 12, 1987
Former state Supreme Court Justice Cruz Reynoso was appointed to the California Postsecondary Commission by Assembly Speaker Willie Brown (D-San Francisco.) Reynoso, 55, was denied confirmation last November by voters along with Chief Justice Rose Elizabeth Bird and Associate Justice Joseph Grodin. The commission is an advisory body to the Legislature and the governor. It is responsible for planning, evaluating and coordinating the direction of higher education.
SPORTS
November 12, 1998
Mike Preis, a junior soccer forward from Chatsworth High, and Katrina Reynoso, a cross-country runner and swimmer, were selected Cal State Northridge athletes of the month for October. Preis had eight goals and four assists last month. Reynoso, who is from Berlin, placed third in two events of a swim meet against Loyola Marymount. SOCCER Miracle worker: Although the women's team at Oxnard College won only four games, Coach Mike Scanlon's direction of the Condors qualifies as a mini-miracle.
SPORTS
May 10, 2009 | GRAHAME L. JONES
So, soccer fans, who deserves to be punished more heavily, Chelsea's Didier Drogba for going ballistic at an inept referee or Guadalajara's Hector Reynoso for pretending to spread an infectious disease? Do they get a slap on the wrist and a fine, or are they banned for periods long enough to make them realize the stupidity and unacceptability of their actions?
NEWS
August 26, 1986 | GEORGE SKELTON, Times Sacramento Bureau Chief
Gov. George Deukmejian announced Monday that he will oppose the reconfirmation of state Supreme Court Justices Cruz Reynoso and Joseph R. Grodin, charging that they--like Chief Justice Rose Elizabeth Bird--have demonstrated "a lack of impartiality and objectivity" in overturning death penalty sentences. Deukmejian has long been one of Bird's harshest critics, but until Monday he had held open the slim possibility of perhaps supporting the reconfirmation efforts of Reynoso and Grodin.
SPORTS
October 19, 2004 | ERIC SONDHEIMER, Eric Sondheimer can be reached at eric.sondheimer@latimes.com.
Randall Reynoso, a kicker, receiver, free safety and straight-A student at Santa Fe Springs St. Paul, pulled off the rarest of accomplishments one year ago. He made his veteran coach, Marijon Ancich, leap off his feet during a football game. "He's the first guy," said Ancich, a head coach since 1961. Reynoso's 47-yard field goal with 18 seconds left gave St. Paul a 24-21 Mission League upset victory over Sherman Oaks Notre Dame.
SPORTS
July 27, 1999 | Associated Press
Armando Reynoso gave up five hits over eight innings and Steve Finley had three hits against his former team as the Arizona Diamondbacks beat the San Diego Padres, 2-0, Monday night. Reynoso (6-1), who ended a stretch of six straight no-decisions, got his first victory since June 16 and his fifth straight win over a span of 15 starts. He walked two and struck out three. The Diamondbacks, who got their fifth shutout of the season, have won six of their last seven games.
SPORTS
November 12, 1998
Mike Preis, a junior soccer forward from Chatsworth High, and Katrina Reynoso, a cross-country runner and swimmer, were selected Cal State Northridge athletes of the month for October. Preis had eight goals and four assists last month. Reynoso, who is from Berlin, placed third in two events of a swim meet against Loyola Marymount. SOCCER Miracle worker: Although the women's team at Oxnard College won only four games, Coach Mike Scanlon's direction of the Condors qualifies as a mini-miracle.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 29, 1995 | SEBASTIAN ROTELLA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Attacking a vast cocaine trafficking network that was allegedly camouflaged by U.S. and Mexican import-export companies, federal prosecutors charged the owners of a prominent Mexican foods business Thursday with conspiring to use a cross-border tunnel to smuggle drugs into California.
SPORTS
May 22, 1994 | Associated Press
Right-hander Armando Reynoso, the mainstay of the Colorado Rockies' staff, faces elbow surgery and probably has thrown his last pitch of the season. Reynoso grabbed his right elbow after delivering a pitch Friday night, and an MRI on Saturday disclosed a torn ligament.
NEWS
May 27, 1993 | NANCY ZUBIRI
Former California Supreme Court Justice Cruz Reynoso has been appointed to the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights. Reynoso, who was appointed by U.S. Senate Majority Leader George Mitchell (D-Maine), is the only Latino on the eight-member board. President Clinton will choose the commission chairman from among the eight. As a non-salaried commissioner, Reynoso, a law professor at UCLA, will attend the commission's meetings once a month in Washington, D.C.
NEWS
June 23, 1986 | FRANK CLIFFORD, Times Staff Writer
It was a traditional lawyer's wedding. The judge was kept waiting. But the judge in this case, California Supreme Court Justice Cruz Reynoso, couldn't be riled. He was an old friend of the groom, Samuel Paz, and, he said, he has always liked to perform weddings. "A wedding is a very special time. It's one of the few occasions when a judge can do something that pleases everyone," Reynoso said.
SPORTS
July 27, 1999 | Associated Press
Armando Reynoso gave up five hits over eight innings and Steve Finley had three hits against his former team as the Arizona Diamondbacks beat the San Diego Padres, 2-0, Monday night. Reynoso (6-1), who ended a stretch of six straight no-decisions, got his first victory since June 16 and his fifth straight win over a span of 15 starts. He walked two and struck out three. The Diamondbacks, who got their fifth shutout of the season, have won six of their last seven games.
SPORTS
February 2, 1991
Vince Reynoso's solo home run in the bottom of the seventh inning put Ventura College ahead to stay in a 4-1 season-opening nonconference baseball victory over visiting Mission on Friday. Reynoso broke a tie with his home run. Jason Kernan, a freshman from Newbury Park, pitched two innings of scoreless relief to earn the win. Tom Lunsford padded Ventura's lead with a pinch-hit two-run double with two outs in the eighth.
MAGAZINE
August 13, 1989 | PHILIP HAGER, Philip Hager is a Times staff writer.
THE ATTORNEY moves purposefully to the lectern, preparing to present his case before a three-judge panel of the state Court of Appeal in Los Angeles. "Justice Reynoso, what an honor it is to have you argue before our court," says the presiding judge, smiling down from the bench. "Well, thank you, Your Honor," the attorney replies, "but on this occasion, I am Mr. Reynoso, rather than Justice Reynoso."
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