Two LDS survivors of Bataan sue Japanese (Two Men, Still Haunted by War, Seek Justice)
Harold Poole and V.O. "Johnny" Johnson, two LDS survivors of the Bataan
Death March are taking advantage of a change in California Law and suing
the Japanese for their mistreatment during the war. California recently
extended the statute of limitations on claims by Holocaust victims, POWs
and other victims of World War II to 2010.
| LDS Family Looses Two Girls in Tragic House Fire
Two young LDS girls were killed and their mother
severely burned in a fire in their rental house north of Daytona Beach,
Florida. 10-year-old Shaleem Reyes and her 15-month-old sister Marilyn
were killed and their mother, Mira Reyes, 34, suffered second- and
third-degree burns on Thursday, December 16th.
| Schulz daughter nuts about 'Peanuts'
LDS Church member Amy Johnson got a treat each August
5th, her birthday. Written inside one of the panels in the 'Peanuts'
comic strip on that day each year were the words, "Happy Birthday Amy,"
a greeting from her father, 'Peanuts' creator Charles Schulz. But now
that Schulz is retiring 'Peanuts' January 3rd, Amy will no longer get
birthday greetings from her father that way.
| LDS couple gives $5 million to new Austin arts center
LDS businessman Kevin Rollins and his wife Debra are
making a significant contribution to the cultural life of Austin through
a $5 million donation to the prospective Long Center for the Performing
Arts. The donation will help reach the $50 to $60 million fundraising
goal for creating the Center from the current Palmer Auditorium.
Marriage of convenience? Not for T.D. Croshaw
These stories look at two University of Utah football players getting
married as they get ready to play in the Las Vegas Bowl on Saturday.
Quarterback T.D. Croshaw is marrying former team trainer Kirsten Kingery
on Thursday at the Salt Lake Temple. They set the date when Brother
Croshaw was a back-up quarterback, but now he's the starter.
Three Pregnancies, Four Deaths: Clues About Utah Mother's Motives Died With Her
The chilling story of Darcie Jo Baum has left
both her family and investigators confused and seeking her motive for
giving birth four times, and abandoning to die three of the infants
before bleeding to death following the birth of the fourth. Baum was, by
all accounts, a good mother to her surviving son, Draye, and a person
who enjoyed infants and children in general.
| Probe of Utah Marine's Death Leaves Unanswered Questions
The death of Mormon US Marine Pfc. James Gardner in
1991 led his family to question the work of Navy investigators in the
case and caused the family additional grief. Odd things about his death,
ruled a suicide, have lead his mother, Arlene Ball, to pursue the issue,
looking for help from congressional investigators and the Defense
Department's Inspector General.
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