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March 27, 1991 | HERMAN WONG, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The two brothers, Joseph, 36, and Chester, 34, are the very models of hard-working, high-achieving young professionals as they sit in Joseph's spacious new home in the hills here and outline the medical partnership they will launch this year. Normally, such a teaming, even with that sibling twist, is hardly newsworthy. But these two orthopedic surgeons carry a family name that is far from the ordinary in the world of medicine. For Joseph G. Mayo III and Chester W. P.
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NEWS
March 27, 1991 | HERMAN WONG, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The two brothers, Joseph, 36, and Chester, 34, are the very models of hard-working, high-achieving young professionals as they sit in Joseph's spacious new home in the hills here and outline the medical partnership they will launch this year. Normally, such a teaming, even with that sibling twist, is hardly newsworthy. But these two orthopedic surgeons carry a family name that is far from the ordinary in the world of medicine. For Joseph G. Mayo III and Chester W. P.
NEWS
March 20, 1991 | HERMAN WONG, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The two brothers, Joseph, 36, and Chester, 34, are the very models of hard-working, high-achieving, young professionals as they sit in Joseph's spacious new home in the Yorba Linda hills and outline the medical partnership they will be launching this year. Now, normally, such a teaming, even with that sibling twist, is hardly newsworthy. But these two orthopedic surgeons carry a family name that is far from the ordinary in the world of medicine. For Joseph G. Mayo III and Chester W.P.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 7, 2000 | David Ryan, (714) 520-2511
The Police Department announced today the appointment of four new officers: Alfred Falche, Irene Jung, Joseph Mayo and Chris Wood, who were sworn in last month. Falche earned a bachelor's degree in political science from USC in 1993 before graduating from the Los Angeles Sheriff's Department Academy in 1996. His background includes working more than two years with the University of Southern California campus police and working with the Tulare County Sheriff's Department.
WORLD
March 31, 2009 | Associated Press
A U.S. soldier convicted of murder in the execution-style slayings of four blindfolded Iraqis apologized for shooting one of them in the back of the head, but said he acted out of concern for his fellow troops. "Nothing is harder than losing a soldier," Sgt. 1st Class Joseph P. Mayo said in closing arguments after he was found guilty of murder. "Or calling a mother or a wife and telling them that you tried, but wondering if you did enough. I apologize to the military for what I've done."
WORLD
April 16, 2009 | Associated Press
A U.S. Army soldier was convicted Wednesday of murder in the execution-style slayings of four bound and blindfolded Iraqis. The prosecution said Master Sgt. John Hatley acted as "judge, jury and executioner" to carry out the killings in the spring of 2007. Hatley and two other soldiers took the detainees to a canal in Baghdad's West Rasheed neighborhood, where they shot them in the back of the head with 9-millimeter pistols, prosecutors said.
WORLD
October 3, 2008 | From the Associated Press
An American soldier pleaded guilty Thursday to charges of accessory to murder and was sentenced to eight months in prison for his role in the killing of four Iraqi prisoners who were bound, blindfolded, shot and dumped into a canal. Spc. Steven Ribordy, 25, of Salina, Kan., also will receive a bad conduct discharge as part of a plea deal. In addition, he agreed to testify against other members of his unit. "The execution of prisoners is arguably the greatest crime," prosecutor Capt.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 2, 1992 | HERBERT J. VIDA
Norm Cook's improbable tale about a fictitious man named Arno Axolotl who traveled back in time to help the Wright brothers invent the flying machine won the Toastmaster's Division C Best Tall Tales contest held in Westminster. Cook, a Huntington Beach resident, will advance to the May 16 districtwide contest at the Holiday Inn in Buena Park. It is open to the public.
NEWS
March 20, 1991 | HERMAN WONG, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The two brothers, Joseph, 36, and Chester, 34, are the very models of hard-working, high-achieving, young professionals as they sit in Joseph's spacious new home in the Yorba Linda hills and outline the medical partnership they will be launching this year. Now, normally, such a teaming, even with that sibling twist, is hardly newsworthy. But these two orthopedic surgeons carry a family name that is far from the ordinary in the world of medicine. For Joseph G. Mayo III and Chester W.P.
SPORTS
August 2, 2001 | STEVE SPRINGER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
When Korey Stringer reported to the Minnesota Vikings' training camp last week, he was proud to be 335 pounds, proclaiming himself in the best shape of his life. "He was so excited," teammate Cris Carter said, "at coming to camp at his lowest weight since Ohio State." But suddenly, shockingly, the joy turned to tragedy. Stringer, 27, died early Wednesday morning of heatstroke after Tuesday's practice at Mankato, Minn., where the heat index pushed the temperature up to 110 degrees.
NATIONAL
June 30, 2009 | Joel Hood
When Sgt. Michael Leahy Jr. was convicted of premeditated murder in the execution-style slaying of four Iraqis and sentenced to life in prison, his mother went numb. But not for long. Leahy's family, friends, former high school classmates and fellow soldiers mounted a counterstrike for leniency. They wrote letter after letter to the top Army official reviewing the case, attesting to his sterling character and good heart.
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