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October 20, 2005 | Brenda Rees, Special to The Times
AVIATRIX Julie Clark really doesn't like it when people refer to her as the "modern-day Amelia Earhart." "She crashed planes, ran low on fuel and got lost. Why would I want to be like her?" Clark says with a laugh.
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October 20, 2005 | Brenda Rees, Special to The Times
AVIATRIX Julie Clark really doesn't like it when people refer to her as the "modern-day Amelia Earhart." "She crashed planes, ran low on fuel and got lost. Why would I want to be like her?" Clark says with a laugh.
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November 22, 2000 | ELAINE WOO, TIMES STAFF WRITER
At 10 a.m. on a recent Wednesday morning, the 5-year-olds were writing. Not, mind you, their ABCs, as most kindergartners would be doing. No, these tots were composing sentences, an entire paragraph--and with few errant periods or funny spellings. Their topic: "What I Would Do if I Were President." In another room, the 11-year-olds were doing math. Not long division, not multiplication of fractions, but algebraic equations. X intercept, Y axis, eyes gleaming at the very mention.
BUSINESS
November 7, 2001 | RICHARD VERRIER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Walt Disney Co. has acquired Baby Einstein Co., a maker of award-winning toys, books and videos for babies and toddlers, in a bid to cash in on the expanding developmental learning market. Terms of the transaction were not released, nor were financial figures on closely held Baby Einstein. The Lone Tree, Colo.-based business, founded in 1996 by former English and art teacher Julie Aigner-Clark, sells books, compact discs and videos that expose babies to poetry, language, music and art.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 3, 2007 | Jocelyn Y. Stewart, Times Staff Writer
Mahlon Clark, the clarinetist who performed on the soundtracks of numerous Hollywood movies and recorded with artists as varied as Lawrence Welk and Madonna, has died. He was 84. Clark, who also played a well-known clarinet solo in recordings of "Baby Elephant Walk," died Sept. 20 of natural causes at Valley Presbyterian Hospital in Van Nuys, his family announced. At Capitol Records, Clark developed a friendship with Nelson Riddle, arranger, composer and conductor for Frank Sinatra.
SPORTS
June 4, 1993 | JASON H. REID, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Each has traveled a tumultuous path. One will end the journey with a measure of peacefulness. The story concludes in the Southern Section Division I softball final when Simi Valley High will take on Los Alamitos tonight at 7:30 at Mayfair Park in Lakewood. Tragedy struck Simi Valley before the start of the season when junior infielder Julie Clark died suddenly from a rare viral infection of the heart.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 26, 1993 | CARLOS LOZANO, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Although expressing concerns about the heavy truck traffic that will occur during construction, the Thousand Oaks Planning Commission has approved a developer's proposal to build 94 homes in a Newbury Park neighborhood. The commission voted 3 to 1 early Tuesday to approve the project, which will be built by Raznick & Sons Inc. of Woodland Hills. Newly appointed Commissioner Linda Parks voted against the development because of concerns over traffic and environmental impacts.
NEWS
April 23, 1988
Don Patch, who last fall organized and coached the Beach Cities Polo Club at Huntington Central Park Equestrian Center in Huntington Beach, has moved his polo school to Sycamore Trails in San Juan Capistrano. The shift is tied to a revival of the Sycamore Polo Club, which had dwindled off in recent months, with just a handful of players. Spurred by the relocation of Patch's operation, the club plans to offer lessons and Sunday afternoon games.
NEWS
April 25, 1991
Aircraft ranging from World War II bombers to Gulf War fighters not only perform in the sky but also can be inspected on the ground.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 26, 1991
More than 1 million people are expected at the El Toro Air Show this weekend, most arriving by car, creating traffic jams to rival the spectacle in the sky. Even those simply drivingby the El Toro base will be affected by road closures and traffic slowing to watch the aerial displays. Taking the bus or riding a bike offers a less nerve-racking way to get to the show. SATURDAY 8 a.m. AERIAL MANEUVERS--John Collver demonstrates maneuvers in World War II trainer. 8:20 a.m.
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