Charles O'Neal
Charles O'Neal
Charles Patrick Ryan O'Neal, Sr. was an American film and television screenwriter and novelist. Born in Raeford, North Carolina, O'Neal attended the University of Iowa, then moved to San Diego, where he joined an acting troupe that included his future wife Patricia Callaghan.
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Howard County murder suspect, 19 year-old, marry in jail - Boonville Daily News
Google News - over 5 years
Kayla Page, 19, filed a lawsuit on June 2 through American Civil Liberties Union against Howard County Sheriff Charlie Polson and Howard County for interfering in her right to marry Charles O'Neal. On July 21, Page and O'Neal married via a television
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Murder suspect seeking to marry civilian transferred - Boonville Daily News
Google News - over 5 years
His fiance Kayla Page filed a lawsuit against Howard County Sheriff Charlie Polson and the county for interfering in her right to marry Charles O'Neal. The attorney has responded to the complaint and injunction by informing the court of O'Neal's recent
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Howard County sheriff faces lawsuit over jailhouse marriage stance - Boonville Daily News
Google News - over 5 years
If Page wins the preliminary injunction, she and inmate Charles O'Neal, 26, will get a green light on their marriage plans. Sheriff Polson said he advised Page against the marriage after she approached him in February to allow her to wed O'Neal in the
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Festeja Ryan O'Neal a la espera de reality show - Noticieros Televisa
Google News - almost 6 years
Es hijo del guionista Charles O'Neal y de la actriz Patricia Callaghan. El artista cobró fama con la serie de televisión Peyton place, del que grabó más de 500 episodios entre 1964 y 1969. En 2005 terminó su participación en la serie Miss match,
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TRAGEDY IN THE BRONX; 'Throw the Kids Out the Window!' 2 Lives Saved
NYTimes - almost 10 years
There was a banging at the door late Wednesday night and someone called out: ''Fire!'' Two old friends, Edward Soto and David Todd, rushed outside, leaving their video game behind. They ran into the cold night air, caught the smell of smoke, and saw the house next door -- not far from Yankee Stadium -- in flames. Running on adrenaline, they hurried
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Corrections
NYTimes - over 20 years
Because of an editing error, an obituary of the writer Charles O'Neal on Thursday misstated the date of his death. It was Aug. 29, not Sept. 1.
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TALE OF REVENGE STIRS AIDS FUROR
NYTimes - over 25 years
In a chilling radio interview on Sept. 4, a woman who said she had AIDS told how she was trying to spread the virus out of revenge on the man who had infected her. Whether the woman, who calls herself C. J. but has kept her identity secret, is telling the truth is a subject of debate. But her assertion has sent a shock wave through this city.
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