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(nel'sŏn),
Don H., 20th-century U.S. internist. See: Nelson syndrome, Nelson tumor.
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So when Nelson was stopped again on his Hawaii-bound flight, he said he felt intensely frustrated.
That's when Nelson said he turned around, abandoned his vacation, and walked out.
Now a film producer living in Newport Beach, David Nelson - a star of ABC-TV's ``The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet,'' a family sitcom that ran from 1952 to 1966 - was stopped by a ticket agent at John Wayne Airport in December while on his way to visit his daughter in Salt Lake City.
While waiting, the 66-year-old Nelson chatted with two Laguna Beach police officers who knew him and who asked the ticket agent: ``Don't you know who this guy is?
After some checking, the officers told Nelson: ``Evidently the name David Nelson is on the terrorist list.
Nelson replied: ``I don't think (terrorists) have the middle name Ozzie, but I'll stay right here.
Recalling the experience, Nelson said: ``I didn't mind, to be honest, if it helps them.
And Jared Nelson got an earful at school, with students he didn't even know walking up to him and asking, ``What are you doing, man?
John Nelson and his wife, Gina, went to Paraclete to speak to football coach Jeff Cortez, who reassured them everything would work out.
Nelson has helped lead the Spirits to a 6-2 record this season.
Wilson and Jared Nelson have since become good friends.
Paraclete running back Jared Nelson considered giving up football after his friend, Matt Huffman, died of a heart attack.