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"Death borders upon our birth, and our cradle stands in the 
grave. Our birth is nothing but our death begun." Bishop Hall

Welcome to another edition of Dead End. 

This week we say goodbye to an award winning television 
journalist, Ed Bradley. His tremendous reporting ability 
only rivaled his interview finesse. The beloved and 
respected Bradley will be missed by all.

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Journalist, Ed Bradley died November 9, 2006 at Mount Sinai
Hospital in New York of complications due to leukemia, he was 
65. He is best known for his work on the long-running CBS News 
television 60 Minutes. In 1981, he joined the staff of 60
Minutes, when Dan Rather left. He was the first and to date, 
the only male correspondent to regularly wear an earring on the 
show. Over the course of his career, Bradley received the Emmy 
Award 19 times; a Peabody Award for his African AIDS report, 
"Death By Denial"; a Robert F. Kennedy Journalism Award; and 
the Paul White Award from the Radio and Television News 
Directors Association.

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Co-Author of best seller, "Cheaper by the Dozen," Ernestine 
Gilbreth Carey died on November 4, 2006 in Fresno California 
of natural causes. She was the daughter of Lillian and Frank 
Gilbreth, most commonly remembered as the parents of their 
twelve children. The autobiographical account of the 
Gilbreth's life, was depicted as a family in the 1920’s domin-
ated by Dad but discreetly monitored by Mother. "Cheaper by 
the Dozen," became a best seller when it was published in 
1948, and led into several movies, first in 1950 and a 
modernized version in 2003.

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Former Boston Braves Pitcher, John Sain died November 7, 2006 
in Downers Grove, Illinois. He was an American right-handed 
pitcher in Major League Baseball who was best known for 
teaming with lefthander Warren Spahn on the Boston Braves 
teams from 1946 to 1951. He was the runnerup for the National 
League's Most Valuable Player Award in the Braves' pennant-
winning season of 1948, after leading the NL in wins, complete 
games and innings pitched. He later become one of the top 
pitching coaches in the majors.


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Notable deaths this week in history...
In 1926, legendary magician and escape artist Harry Houdini, 
whose greatest escapes still defy explanation even today, 
died at the age of 52.

Also in 1926, Annie Oakley, famed sharpshooter who was once 
the best known cultural icon in the United States, died at 
the age of 66.

In 1985, Phil Silvers, comedian and actor best remembered 
for his role of Master Sergeant Ernest G. Bilko in the 
series "You'll Never Get Rich," died. He was 74.

In 1991, actor Fred MacMurray, whose talents ranged from 
playing a bemused husband to an unrepentant heel, died at 
the age of 83.

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