John Paul
John Paul
John Paul was a British actor. He is best known for his television roles, particularly as Dr Spencer Quist in Doomwatch (1970-1972) and Marcus Agrippa in I, Claudius (1976), both for BBC Television. An early role was as the lead in the ITV series Probation Officer in the early 1960s. He appeared as Captain Flint in a BBC adaptation of Arthur Ransome's Swallows and Amazons in 1963.
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Charles Percy, Former Illinois Senator, Is Dead at 91
NYTimes - over 5 years
Charles H. Percy, a former United States senator from Illinois and a moderate Republican who clashed with President Richard M. Nixon over Watergate and whose own presidential ambitions were stymied by Nixon’s resignation, died Saturday in Washington. He was 91. His death was announced by the office of his son-in-law, Senator John D.
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WORLD BRIEFING | EUROPE; Vatican Gives Group Reconciliation Path
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The Vatican on Wednesday told a breakaway traditionalist group with which Pope Benedict XVI has taken pains to reconcile that it must accept certain church teachings before being fully brought back into the Roman Catholic Church. The Vatican’s chief doctrinal officer, Cardinal William J. Levada, met with Bishop Bernard Fellay of the Society
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Leo-Arthur Kelmenson, Ad Executive, Dies at 84; Helped to Save Chrysler
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Leo-Arthur Kelmenson, an advertising executive who helped Lee Iacocca save the Chrysler Corporation and conceived the TV ad campaign that made Mr. Iacocca the most famous car salesman in the world, died on Tuesday at his home on the East End of Long Island, in Remsenburg. He was 84. In confirming the death, Mr. Kelmenson's wife, Gayle, said he had
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Artist will alter unpopular statue of Bl. John Paul II in Rome - Catholic Culture
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The sculptor of a highly controversial image of Blessed John Paul II has agreed to modify the statue, in response to a wave of public hostility. Oliviero Rainaldi says that he will make some changes in the statute, which is now on display outside
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Head of the Class: Pope John Paul II Catholic's Anna Glosemeyer - The Huntsville Times - al.com
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She carries a 4.1 GPA and is a member of the National and Art Honor Societies. She is also involved in the Campus Ministry. She is considering attending UAB or UNA and wants to study secondary education Best thing about your school: Our school spirit
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Signed Beatles record sells for more than £9000 - Telegraph.co.uk
Google News - over 5 years
Memorabilia at the annual Beatles memorabilia auction, including items which once belonged to John, Paul, George and Ringo, as well as their manager Brian Epstein, went for around £60000 for the 322 lots on sale. Bids came in from across the globe,
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In Mexico City, Blessed John Paul's relics bring hope for peace - Catholic Free Press
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MEXICO CITY (CNS) — Julian Salvador and his wife, Paola Rivera, hold fond memories of Blessed John Paul II. The couple saw him during his inaugural visit to Mexico City in 1979. “It was the most beautiful thing and incomparable to
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John Paul II's relics begin their journey through Mexico - Fox News
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Mexico City – The journey of the relics of Pope John Paul II began Thursday with their transport from the mission of the papal nuncio in Mexico to the Basilica of Guadalupe, the first leg on the items' tour through the country, which will last until
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School board member John Paul Davis dies - Blount Today
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Taylor Davis enjoys the day with her grandfather and special guests at the reception at Prospect Elementary School, John Paul Davis. John Paul Davis, 64, a life-long Blount County educator who started his career as a school janitor and finished as
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Corrections: August 10
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NATIONAL Because of an editing error, an article on Saturday about a memorial wall on Bainbridge Island, Wash., dedicated to the Japanese-Americans who were exiled from the area in 1942 rendered incorrectly the given name of the architect who designed the wall. He is Johnpaul Jones, not John Paul. NEW YORK An article on Tuesday about Hugh L.
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HAVANA JOURNAL; Where Cubans Can Meet The Beatles At Last
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HAVANA -- The hair and accents were wrong, but the audience cared about just one thing: the house band was singing the Beatles, here, in a new bar called the Yellow Submarine, in Cuba, where such an act might have led to arrests in the mid-1960s. Better yet, perhaps because of that history, the band played like rebels. Fast and raw, they zipped up
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A Wall to Remember an Era's First Exiles
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BAINBRIDGE ISLAND, Wash. -- Frank Kitamoto was only 2 when he and his family -- and more than 270 others of Japanese ancestry -- were forcibly removed from this forested island and sent to an internment camp after Japan bombed Pearl Harbor in World War II. Mr. Kitamoto, now 72, said he spent many of his younger years in a severe identity crisis,
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OPINION; Executions Should Be Televised
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Mr. Shemtob is an assistant professor of criminal justice at Central Connecticut State University. Mr. Lat, a former federal prosecutor, is the founder of Above the Law, a legal blog. EARLIER this month, Georgia conducted its third execution this year. This would have passed relatively unnoticed if not for a controversy surrounding its videotaping.
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Archbishop Pietro Sambi, 73, Vatican Envoy
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Archbishop Pietro Sambi, a career Vatican diplomat who represented the Roman Catholic Church for more than four decades in diplomatically delicate postings around the globe and served as the papal ambassador to the United States since 2005, died on Wednesday in Baltimore. He was 73. The cause was complications of lung surgery he underwent two weeks
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    LATE_ADULTHOOD
  • 1995
    Age 73
    Died on February 23, 1995.
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  • FORTIES
  • 1963
    Age 41
    He appeared as Captain Flint in a BBC adaptation of Arthur Ransome's Swallows and Amazons in 1963.
    More Details Hide Details He had guest roles in episodes of popular television series such as Out of the Unknown, Doctor Finlay's Casebook, The Avengers, Dixon of Dock Green, The Saint, Marked Personal and The New Avengers, mostly during the 1960s and 1970s. One of his final TV appearances was in Selling Hitler, based on the real-life attempts to sell fake diaries attributed to Adolf Hitler. During his career he also appeared in feature films such as Yangtse Incident (1957), The Curse of the Mummy's Tomb (1964), Eye of the Needle (1981), and Cry Freedom (1987).
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1921
    Born
    Born on April 20, 1921.
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