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March 22, 1990 | LESLIE EARNEST
He may have left Hollywood behind, but there's been no shortage of drama in Jan Anderson's life since the former television cameraman became a full-time video producer for the Newport Beach Police Department. Anderson, 47, says he filmed such programs as ABC's "Nightline" and "20/20" and snagged four Emmys before he switched careers a year ago.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 22, 1990 | LESLIE EARNEST
He may have left Hollywood behind, but there's been no shortage of drama in Jan Anderson's life since the former television cameraman became a full-time video producer for the Newport Beach Police Department. Anderson, 47, says he filmed such programs as ABC's "Nightline" and "20/20" and snagged four Emmys before he switched careers a year ago.
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ENTERTAINMENT
October 10, 1987
The front page of The Times talked about all the misplaced people and millions of dollars in damage from the earthquake. Yet in Calendar you threw in a most inane and insipid article about what the "rich and famous" did during the quake. I found it to be both in bad taste and obnoxious. People have no homes or stores left and these pompous fools--their reactions are funny and worth printing? Really guys, couldn't you show a little better sense? MRS. JAN ANDERSON Tarzana
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 5, 1987
Police Officers Honored: Six Newport Beach police officers were honored at the department's annual awards luncheon Wednesday for acts of heroism and exemplary service. Officer Mark Everton became the 12th recipient of the department's medal of valor, instituted in 1972, for saving the lives of three young men in a burning car wreck last August. Awards of merit went to Officers William Barnett, Robert Oakley and Stan Bressler, Reserve Officer Jan Paul Anderson and Lt. Timothy Riley.
NEWS
October 16, 1987 | Ann Conway
Eat your heart out, Robin Leach. Thanks to Newport Beach entrepreneur Nancy Tarnutzer and partner Patricia Dreyfus, Newport Beach now has its very own "Lifestyles" video cassette. Part of a "California Collection" series, the 30-minute video will soon be marketed locally, nationally and internationally via travel consultants and video distribution networks.
BUSINESS
September 9, 2006 | From Bloomberg News
Walter Anderson, a telecommunications and space entrepreneur, pleaded guilty Friday to two counts of federal tax evasion for failing to report $365 million in income, in what prosecutors said was the largest personal-tax evasion case in U.S. history. Anderson, 52, pleaded guilty in federal court in Washington. Under terms of a plea agreement reached with federal prosecutors, he faces as many as 10 years in prison and must pay full restitution to the government. Sentencing was set for Jan. 16.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 5, 1990 | CAROLYN KUSKY
In the first districtwide program in California, parents of Oxnard Union High School District students will be asked next fall to sign a contract promising to send their children to school "in good health and with a positive attitude." The two-page contract approved Wednesday by the Board of Trustees asks parents to "send their children to school properly washed, dressed, fed and rested."
SPORTS
November 5, 1994
Unseeded UC Irvine sophomore Marc-Andre Tardif upset second-seeded Jan Anderson of Arizona, 7-6, 7-6, in a singles quarterfinal at the Rolex Intercollegiate Tennis Assn. regional tournament Friday at UCI. Anderson is ranked sixth in the nation. USC's Brett Hansen, a graduate of Newport Harbor and former Anteater, beat Loren Peters of UCLA, 6-3, 6-2, in another quarterfinal.
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April 21, 1996 | PAUL DAVENPORT, ASSOCIATED PRESS
Some of the trailer parking spots in this snowbird mecca are already empty as visitors who came to escape the cold start to head back north. But not everyone is ready to leave the Valle Del Oro RV Resort, where, people say, boredom is rare and the aging process is suspended. On a recent spring day, the line for the taco salad lunch stretched halfway across the ballroom at this strange blend between a campground and a retirement village.
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July 14, 1997 | JOHN ROOS, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Pat Boone left the tattoos and earrings at home while performing Sunday evening at the Orange County Fair. And even though he played a healthy sampling of his easy-listening oldies, he was still in a mood to play heavy metal, and to show off a modified version of the look that landed him in so much trouble.
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October 13, 1989 | BARBARA KOH, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Beverly Hills teachers walked out of a mediation session Thursday, and union officials said the stage was set for the first-ever strike next week in the district famed for academic excellence and affluent students. "Only a miracle is going to save us from a strike" on Monday, said Jan Anderson, spokesman for the Beverly Hills Education Assn., which represents 300 teachers, nurses, librarians and counselors.
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