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By Chris Sutton | May 27, 2004
When Naval Lt. Adrian Jope, a strike fighter pilot on the U.S.S. Enterprise aircraft carrier, recently returned from a six-month tour of duty in the Persian Gulf, he was greeted by his father, Ted Jope and his father-in-law Henry Paula, as they boarded the Enterprise at Jacksonville, Fla. They cruised with him for two days, until they reached Norfolk, Va., the home port. Lt. Jope was allowed to select two people to join him on the final leg of his homecoming. "I received a set of orders from the Navy, signed by the captain of the Enterprise, telling me when and where to report," said a proud Ted Jope, who had not seen his son since July 2003.
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By Anita Susan Brenner | July 23, 2009
The facts speak for themselves. But the facts are few. Sparse. Stuck in the middle of the Foothill Ledger’s society column, dateline Jan. 11, 1945, are the following entries: Missing in action over Leyte as of November 9 is Second Lieut. Donald J. Kanoff, son of Mrs. E .J. Bucknum of Encinas Drive, La Cañada, a war telegram on January 2 has announced to the anxious relatives. The last letter received from the young flier was dated November 5 and was received her on November 22. Lt. Kanoff was pilot on a P-38.
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December 30, 2004
John T. Harris of La Cañada was nominated for an appointment to the United States Air Force Academy on Dec. 13 by Congressman David Dreier. Harris will enter in July 2005. The son of Joanne and John J. Harris of La Cañada, he graduated from La Cañada High School in June 2004. He also attended Paradise Canyon Elementary School. While at LCHS, he was the drum section leader for the Spartan Marching Band. He also was selected for tenor drum captain of the 2003 Tournament of Roses Honor Band.
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September 9, 2004
I just read the Valley Sun from two weeks ago and I, finally, have decided to respond to the large number of letters that represent the right side of the political spectrum. In addition, when someone mounts a response to their points, there always are a slew of letters debunking or even attacking punctiliously every points. I am interested in setting the record straight from my point of view, which is decidedly left of center. There are some of us here in La Cañada and since, at this particular moment I'm really, really ticked off, I want to remind everyone that the opposition does not have a monopoly on righteousness.
ENTERTAINMENT
February 10, 2005
Former senator and astronaut John H. Glenn, whose pioneering space flight in 1962 literally launched a new era in space exploration only to return to space in 1998, will be making a rare public speaking appearance in Pasadena as part of the Distinguished Speaker Series. He will be at the Pasadena Civic Auditorium on Feb. 16 at 8 p.m. Glenn was the first American astronaut to orbit the earth. Nearly four decased later, as the world's oldest astronaut, his courage riveted a nation.
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June 10, 2004
ADAM O'TOOLE Adam was born on Dec. 18, 1986 and has lived in many places, including Texas, before settling in California. He is now finishing his junior year at St. Francis High School. He achieves excellent grades, is currently enrolled in four AP classes and one honors, and is on the Scholar Roll and a member of Mu Alpha Theta. O'Toole passionately is involved in varsity football and dedicates much of his time to it. He rises at 5 a.m. on school days and lifts weights at 6 a.m. He also competed in track and swimming as well.
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By Anita S. Brenner | July 17, 2013
Summer's here. Nothing to read? Overdosed on reality TV? CNN overload? Problem solved. Here's Around Town's annual list of summer books: 1. Daniel Silva's new book just came out this week. “The English Girl” is another Gabriel Allon spy thriller. Allon has left the Office (by implication, Mossad) to work as an art restorer but he keeps getting called back into service. Silva is an American. He used to be a journalist. He was raised Catholic but converted to Judaism. His stories are always well-researched, with exquisite detail.
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By Anita Susan Brenner | July 23, 2009
The facts speak for themselves. But the facts are few. Sparse. Stuck in the middle of the Foothill Ledger’s society column, dateline Jan. 11, 1945, are the following entries: Missing in action over Leyte as of November 9 is Second Lieut. Donald J. Kanoff, son of Mrs. E .J. Bucknum of Encinas Drive, La Cañada, a war telegram on January 2 has announced to the anxious relatives. The last letter received from the young flier was dated November 5 and was received her on November 22. Lt. Kanoff was pilot on a P-38.
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By Chris Sutton | May 27, 2004
When Naval Lt. Adrian Jope, a strike fighter pilot on the U.S.S. Enterprise aircraft carrier, recently returned from a six-month tour of duty in the Persian Gulf, he was greeted by his father, Ted Jope and his father-in-law Henry Paula, as they boarded the Enterprise at Jacksonville, Fla. They cruised with him for two days, until they reached Norfolk, Va., the home port. Lt. Jope was allowed to select two people to join him on the final leg of his homecoming. "I received a set of orders from the Navy, signed by the captain of the Enterprise, telling me when and where to report," said a proud Ted Jope, who had not seen his son since July 2003.
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