RICHARD A. LIEBOFF
Good citizen turns in reader’s lost keys
For the past few days, I have frantically been looking around for my keys, which included keys to my car, home, business and about six other really important keys. I have been depressed, and came to the realization that I must move on.
This morning while at work, I got a call from Ralphs supermarket and Glendale Police Officer Dan Kiang came on the phone. He advised me he had received my keys from a nice citizen and held on to them in hopes of finding the owner. He could have easily booked them in lost and found and I would never have retrieved them.
I would like to say thank you to Kiang and the wonderful Glendale Police Department for their outstanding service to our community.
Fluent or not, author merits praise
I was in Kay Mouradian’s presentation at the Glendale Central Library on July 9, when she introduced her new published novel, “A Gift in The Sunlight: An Armenian Story.” She wrote this novel based on her mother’s life, who survived the Armenian Genocide of 1915. Mouradian showed a lot of maps and pictures, which were prepared during her research in Armenia and Turkey. Her presentation was very informative, and she answered many questions from the audience. One of the audience members pointed out that Mouradian, as an Armenian, did not appear to speak much Armenian.
I believe we do not have to judge an educated woman like Mouradian, who was born in the United States. Mouradian, as an Armenian, serves the Armenian community with her valuable novel.