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July 15, 1998 | MYRNA OLIVER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Richard "Dick" McDonald, who with his late brother Maurice "Mac" McDonald started the original McDonald's hamburger stand and invented the drive-in, limited menu fast-food concept in San Bernardino in 1948, has died. He was 89. McDonald, whose name remains on the global chain although Ray Kroc is credited for its development, died Tuesday in Manchester, N.H. McDonald, whose brother died in 1971, retired to his native New Hampshire after selling all rights to the burger stand to Kroc in 1961.
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NEWS
July 15, 1998 | MYRNA OLIVER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Richard "Dick" McDonald, who with his late brother Maurice "Mac" McDonald started the original McDonald's hamburger stand and invented the drive-in, limited menu fast-food concept in San Bernardino in 1948, has died. He was 89. McDonald, whose name remains on the global chain although Ray Kroc is credited for its development, died Tuesday in Manchester, N.H. McDonald, whose brother died in 1971, retired to his native New Hampshire after selling all rights to the burger stand to Kroc in 1961.
NEWS
February 6, 1987
Surrogate mother Mary Beth Whitehead, fighting to keep the baby she bore under a $10,000 contract, was under stress and anxiety from her landmark case when she visited a psychiatric center in October, her counselor testified. Superior Court Judge Harvey R. Sorkow ruled that counselor Richard McDonald could testify in the Hackensack, N.J., court because the needs of the baby outweighed the Whiteheads' right to privacy.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 23, 1986
A worker at the San Onofre nuclear power plant received minor injuries when a sniper fired several shots at him through the windshield of his truck Monday night, a power company spokesman said. Richard McDonald, a contract maintenance employee for Catalytic Inc., was driving his truck on plant property between 10 and 11 p.m. Monday when several shots were fired, shattering his windshield and injuring him with flying glass, Southern California Edison spokesman David Barron said.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 4, 1990
A man detained Friday afternoon because police believed he was involved in a burglary was arrested on suspicion of murder after officers discovered the credit cards he carried belonged to a Reseda man later found dead in his home, police said. Richard McDonald Hart, 33, was stopped by patrol officers about 1 p.m. Friday in the 9400 block of Sepulveda Boulevard in Sepulveda. Hart was stopped because a check of his auto license plate revealed several outstanding warrants, said Lt.
NEWS
July 31, 1994 | Times Wire Services
Militiamen loyal to powerful Somali faction leader Mohammed Farah Aidid attacked and disarmed Zimbabwean U.N. peacekeepers stationed in the central town of Belet Huen, a U.N. military spokesman said Saturday. "We are unable to make contact with the troops, and the situation is still somewhat confused," Maj. Richard McDonald, the U.N. military spokesman, told reporters. McDonald said the United Nations did not know whether there were any casualties after skirmishes that began Friday.
SPORTS
September 25, 1994 | TERRY BETTERTON
In a game decided by inches, Servite scored a 26-21 victory over Clovis on Saturday night at Lamonica Stadium. On a fourth-down play with 1 minute 44 seconds remaining, Clovis wingback Donnie Diaz was tackled at the Servite 24. Officials signaled a first down, but Servite asked for a measurement. The chains showed Diaz was inches short, allowing Servite to take over on downs and run out the clock.
SPORTS
October 1, 1994 | MICHAEL ITAGAKI, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Ryan Schley and the Servite defense took center stage in the Friars' 23-7 victory against Fountain Valley in a nonleague football game Friday at Huntington Beach High. Sure, running back David Bedard scored two touchdowns and quarterback David Martin had two touchdown passes, but the Friar defense came within 43 seconds of a shutout.
NEWS
January 5, 1989 | Dirk Sutro
The co-creator of McDonald's Golden Arches, those 20th-Century American seducers of 70 billion burger buyers, sat in his small San Diego apartment recently and reminisced. Architect Stanley Meston was 43 when he designed a new restaurant prototype for brothers Richard and Mac McDonald. By the early '50s, in San Bernardino, the McDonalds had food production down to a science. Now they wanted eye-catching shells for their operations.
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