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For week ended October 24, 1999 Posted 14 Nov 1999
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LDS Valley Center Man's Death after Mexico Crash Prompts County Action

The San Diego County Board of Supervisors has directed its administrators to work with federal officials to speed-up medical transfers involving U.S. Citizens traveling in Mexico.
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LDS man faces murder charges after killing pumpkin thief (Pumpkin Theft Gunman Faces Murder Charge)

After three teenagers stole a 3 1/2 foot high lighted plastic pumpkin from his Halloween display, LDS Church member Pete Tavita Solomona allegedly shot and killed one of the boys with his .357 magnum handgun. While Solomona insists that the shooting was an accident, prosecutors have taken a tough stance in the case, charging Solomona with murder, which could carry a sentence of 50 years to life in prison.

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Morning Becomes Bryant Gumbel

CBS's "The Early Show," with Bryant Gumbel as the anchor, and a relative newcomer, Jane Clayson, as the co-anchor will start on Monday November 1. Steve Friedman, who was with Gumbel for two stints as executive producer on NBC's "Today" Show, will serve in that capacity. This show will serve as CBS's centerpiece in the network's latest attempt to establish a respectable presence in morning television.

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Bagpipe Major Spreads the Good News

Dale Hawkins, 20, of Fayetteville, Utah, was recently interviewed by Mike Fish of the Syracuse NY Post while serving a two-year mission in Utica, New York for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

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Longtime Las Vegas attorney Robert Callister dies at 77

Las Vegas attorney Robert Callister, 77, the son of a former prominent Salt Lake City criminal defense attorney, Norval Callister, died a few weeks ago just one day before his 52nd wedding anniversary. He was married to and survived by the former Marco Christensen, the youngest child of prominent Las Vegas businessman M.J. Christensen and five children, sons Matt, Daniel and Tracy Callister, and daughters Christene Reynolds and Mara Meservy, and 26 grandchildren.

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LDS Mrs. America faces custody suit (Mrs. America Named in Custody Suit)

LDS Church member Starla Stanley, who was selected as Mrs. America last month in Hawaii, has been sued for custody of her two children by her ex-husband, Mike Pomeroy. In the lawsuit Pomeroy claims that Stanley 'emotionally abused' the children by fighting with her second husband in front of them.

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An LDS Couple's struggle with their son's mental illness (A son out of control)

In one final effort to help his troubled son, Christopher, Casey Hutchinson contacted The Oregonian to tell his story of how his family lost their son to mental illness that has tormented him since childhood and of a state system that had no place for him but jail.

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LDS man's death confirmed, but cause remains unknown (Answers in a death, and more questions)

On September 15, 1995, 23-year-old LDS Church member Daniel Nagy walked into the woods near his home with his guitar and disappeared. Now his skull has been found and identified, but investigators still don't know what happened.

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