Posts Tagged: Pearl Harbor

Pearl Harbor survivor Linda Beech, 86, starred in the ‘I Love Lucy’ of Japan in 1950s

HAWAII – Linda Beech was a globe-trotting correspondent for the Chicago Daily News who wound up as the madcap star of a late-1950s TV show dubbed the “I Love Lucy” of Japan. Mrs. Beech starred in “Blue Eyes Tokyo Diary,”

Pearl Harbor survivor Linda Beech, 86, starred in the ‘I Love Lucy’ of Japan in 1950s

HAWAII – Linda Beech was a globe-trotting correspondent for the Chicago Daily News who wound up as the madcap star of a late-1950s TV show dubbed the “I Love Lucy” of Japan. Mrs. Beech starred in “Blue Eyes Tokyo Diary,”

First person: Seattle homebuilder Albert ‘A.C.’ Goodwin, 95, said he was sheriff of Cut-and-Shoot, Texas

SEATTLE –  Albert “A.C.” Goodwin, long time Seattle homebuilder, past President of the Seattle Master Builders, enthusiastic amateur sailor, life-long reader, possessor of an astonishingly large amount of basic, general information, and father of Terry, Greg, and Gael Goodwin, died

First person: Seattle homebuilder Albert ‘A.C.’ Goodwin, 95, said he was sheriff of Cut-and-Shoot, Texas

SEATTLE –  Albert “A.C.” Goodwin, long time Seattle homebuilder, past President of the Seattle Master Builders, enthusiastic amateur sailor, life-long reader, possessor of an astonishingly large amount of basic, general information, and father of Terry, Greg, and Gael Goodwin, died

Richard Ketchum, dead at 89, traded Manhattan for Vermont, co-founded Country Journal magazine

SHELBURNE, Vt. – Richard M. Ketchum, an author and editor who co-founded Country Journal, a magazine that offered a blend of the bucolic and the practical, particularly to city folk who had opted for the rural life, died on Jan.

Richard Ketchum, dead at 89, traded Manhattan for Vermont, co-founded Country Journal magazine

SHELBURNE, Vt. – Richard M. Ketchum, an author and editor who co-founded Country Journal, a magazine that offered a blend of the bucolic and the practical, particularly to city folk who had opted for the rural life, died on Jan.

Gordon Hirabayashi, 93, defied World War II Japanese-American internment orders

EDMONTON, Alberta – Gordon Hirabayashi, who was imprisoned for defying the federal government’s internment of Japanese-Americans during World War II but was vindicated four decades later when his conviction was overturned, died on Monday in Edmonton, Alberta. He was 93.

Gordon Hirabayashi, 93, defied World War II Japanese-American internment orders

EDMONTON, Alberta – Gordon Hirabayashi, who was imprisoned for defying the federal government’s internment of Japanese-Americans during World War II but was vindicated four decades later when his conviction was overturned, died on Monday in Edmonton, Alberta. He was 93.