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The Daily Mirror'Dead' Bill Howard Now Living New Life The night of Nov. 16, 1958, I never quite made it to bed. The reason was William K. Howard, a man whose obituary three months before included the vital statistics that he had been a buddy of Mickey Cohen and had...
The Daily MirrorApril 1, 1960: Vice President Richard Nixon pours Billy Graham a cup of coffee during a White House visit. Sen. John F. Kennedy (D-Mass.) leads Vice President Richard Nixon in a presidential election poll, 53% to 47%, George Gallup says. Kennedy had...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterDick Wilson, a character actor who turned "Please don't squeeze the Charmin" into a national catchphrase as exasperated shopkeeper Mr. Whipple in the TV commercial campaign that ran for more than two decades, has died. He was 91. Wilson died Monday of...
Tribune staff reporterChristian evangelists can be forgiven for feeling under siege these days. Amid charges of runaway personal spending, Richard Roberts resigned as president of Oral Roberts University in Tulsa, and six tax-exempt ministries were recently asked by Sen....
Sun reporterPat Kelly, a former Baltimore Orioles outfielder who turned to Christianity after finding himself in an unsavory lifestyle during his playing days and later became an evangelistic minister, died of a heart attack Sunday afternoon at a hospital in...
Zap2It.comBettie Page was plunging into the day's work: autographing pinups of herself in various Naughty Girl personas, with kitschy bangs, high heels, mesh hose and tasseled underwear. Nurse Bettie. Jester Bettie. Substitute Teacher Bettie. Maid Bettie. Voodoo...
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Tribune foreign correspondentThe Czech capital is cluttered with churches. From humble parish chapels to the Gothic grandeur of St. Vitus Cathedral, the wonderment of Christian faith seems to ooze out of the city's every pore. But the churches are mostly empty, and the only wonder...
Religion EditorPope John Paul II, the world-traveling, working-class pontiff who stood up to the Soviet bloc and won the allegiance of tens of millions, died Saturday in Vatican City. He was 84. "We all feel like orphans this evening," Undersecretary of State Archbishop...
Tribune staff reporterFirefighter Bill Hottendorf didn't get the answer he had hoped for about smallpox vaccines at the Illinois Emergency Management Agency's homeland security seminar in Wheaton on Wednesday. But in the defensive war against terrorism, the more chances...
Courant Staff WriterAs the 9/11 anniversary approaches, American Muslims are bracing. Many are preparing to talk, even more, about their religion, having been thrust into the role of unofficial spokesmen for Islam, caught between those who use Islam to justify terrorism and...
New York Times News ServiceOn the first Sunday after the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, people filled the pews at St. Andrew's Episcopal Church in Louisville, seeking solace in a sermon about grief and joining together to sing "America, the Beautiful." That day the church drew 200...
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