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October 22, 1985
The editorial "A Moment to Savor" was a disappointment to me, to say the least, and I am sure I am not alone in feeling that way. In your editorial you gave credit to the Reagan Administration in general for bringing to a happy conclusion the hijacking of the Italian cruise ship, but you failed to mention the name of the man who, as commander in chief, had to give the final order to go through with the plan that brought about the surrender of...
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April 14, 1990 | United Press International
Thomas Delahanty, a police officer shot during John W. Hinckley Jr.'s attempt to assassinate former President Ronald Reagan, may not sue the maker of Hinckley's Saturday Night Special handgun, a federal appeals court ruled Friday. The decision upholds a lower court ruling. Hinckley was acquitted of the March 30, 1981, assassination attempt by using an insanity defense and remains in a Washington mental hospital.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 13, 1987
Your editorial (March 29) "Footnote to History," opines that the improper activities of the late Supreme Court Justice Felix Frankfurter was lucky for the United States because it speeded up the end of public school segregation. Justice Frankfurter disclosed the thinking of his brethren on the issue to Philip Elman, then a Justice Department attorney arguing the desegregation case of Brown vs. Board of Education before the court on behalf of the government. The disclosures were made so they could be be addressed by Elman in successfully writing his arguments to be submitted to the court.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 13, 1987
Your editorial (March 29) "Footnote to History," opines that the improper activities of the late Supreme Court Justice Felix Frankfurter was lucky for the United States because it speeded up the end of public school segregation. Justice Frankfurter disclosed the thinking of his brethren on the issue to Philip Elman, then a Justice Department attorney arguing the desegregation case of Brown vs. Board of Education before the court on behalf of the government. The disclosures were made so they could be be addressed by Elman in successfully writing his arguments to be submitted to the court.
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April 14, 1990 | United Press International
Thomas Delahanty, a police officer shot during John W. Hinckley Jr.'s attempt to assassinate former President Ronald Reagan, may not sue the maker of Hinckley's Saturday Night Special handgun, a federal appeals court ruled Friday. The decision upholds a lower court ruling. Hinckley was acquitted of the March 30, 1981, assassination attempt by using an insanity defense and remains in a Washington mental hospital.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 15, 2004 | From a Times Staff Writer
Orange County Supervisor Jim Silva has proposed a new name for Mile Square Park in Fountain Valley: President Ronald W. Reagan Regional Park. "Earlier this summer, America lost a great leader," Silva wrote in a memo. "We are all saddened by the passing of President Ronald Reagan, a man of strong moral character and great humility." Reagan died June 5 at 93 from pneumonia, complicated by Alzheimer's disease.
BUSINESS
March 12, 2012 | By Ronald D. White, Times Staff Writer
Some respite. After a day or so in which prices dropped by a negligible amount,  the national average for a gallon of regular gasoline is again on the rise, up 0.9 cents overnight and up 3.4 cents since last week to $3.801. In California, the price rise appeared to be leveling off, but few analysts seemed willing to place a bet on that. Overnight, California's average for a gallon of regular rose 0.1 cent to $4.359. Other states were also feeling the pain, with Illinois last week joining Hawaii, California and Alaska as the only states averaging more than $4 a gallon.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 9, 2004 | Bob Pool, Times Staff Writer
The Ronald Reagan motorcade passed close to the new Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center in Westwood as it headed toward the Ronald Reagan Freeway in the San Fernando Valley on its way Monday to the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Center for Public Affairs near Simi Valley.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 10, 2003 | Patt Morrison
Out -- the King. In -- the Guv. The Richard Nixon Library & Birthplace in Yorba Linda is expecting that tchotchkes -- key rings, mugs, magnets and T-shirts -- of Arnold Schwarzenegger and Nixon will outsell even souvenirs of the Elvis-Nixon matchup. The former president had wanted to meet the actor, and they got to shake hands in Yorba Linda on Nov. 5, 1991, just hours after both showed up in Simi Valley for the dedication of the Ronald W. Reagan Presidential Library & Museum.
BUSINESS
February 2, 1998
Leaders in the field of personal technology are already gathered at the Renaissance Esmeralda Resort in Indian Wells, Calif., where they have been invited to an executive conference for a sneak peek at products selected for their potential to affect future generations of products and people.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 22, 1985
The editorial "A Moment to Savor" was a disappointment to me, to say the least, and I am sure I am not alone in feeling that way. In your editorial you gave credit to the Reagan Administration in general for bringing to a happy conclusion the hijacking of the Italian cruise ship, but you failed to mention the name of the man who, as commander in chief, had to give the final order to go through with the plan that brought about the surrender of...
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January 19, 1989 | WENDY LEOPOLD, Leopold is a Chicago writer
They are all here. The footballs autographed "for the Gipper," cowboy boots bearing the presidential seal, T-shirts emblazoned with "Daffy Kadaffy" and "Hugs Not Drugs," books on topics as obscure as chiropractic ethics and baseball caps from the Hoboken Democrats. These are among the hundreds, perhaps thousands of gifts that Ronald and Nancy Reagan have received during two presidential terms.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 27, 2004 | Jeff Gottlieb, Times Staff Writer
Dr. Laura Mosqueda says her loving relationship with her grandparents led her to the field of geriatrics. In the six years Mosqueda has directed the geriatrics program at UC Irvine, healthcare for the elderly in Orange County has advanced on various fronts, from research to forensics. UCI Medical Center in Orange has built a medical wing for geriatric patients and has increased the number of geriatricians from one to nine.
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