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Kahanamoku, fellow surfers came to rescue in California

By Bob Sigall

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Jul 11, 2014

~~<p>Judge Ed Kubo spoke to my Rotary club recently, and one of his comments stuck with me. He said, referring to a criticism of the Veterans Treatment Court, that it was better to save some people than none at all.</p>
<p>It reminded me of something that happened 89 years ago in California involving Duke Kahanamoku, who was 34 at the time.</p>
~~

Judge Ed Kubo spoke to my Rotary club recently, and one of his comments stuck with me. He said, referring to a criticism of the Veterans Treatment Court, that it was better to save some people than none at all.

It reminded me of something that happened 89 years ago in California involving Duke Kahanamoku, who was 34 at the time. Login for more...



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