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  1. Find a Grave, database and images (diedandtocoremarmistmellabefokim.co: accessed), memorial page for Walda Joan Winchell (31 Mar –30 Jun ), Find a Grave Memorial no. , citing Greenwood Memory Lawn Cemetery, Phoenix, Maricopa County, Arizona, USA ; Maintained by Suzy & Rob (contributor ).
  2. Walter Winchell (April 7, – February 20, ) was an American newspaper and radio commentator. He invented the "gossip column" while at the New York Evening Graphic, ignoring the journalistic taboo against exposing the private lives of public figures and permanently altering journalism.. At the height of his influence, more than 50 million Americans, or two thirds of the adult.
  3. GLENS FALLS -- Walter Winchell, 62, a resident of Glens Falls, passed away unexpectedly Thursday, June 1, , at his home. He was born Feb. 27, , in North Granville, the son Frederick and.
  4. He was born Walter Weinschel in New York City to Russian immigrants subjected to extreme poverty by a father who barely contributed to the upkeep of the family forcing him to work at an early age at the expense of an diedandtocoremarmistmellabefokim.co: Greenwood Memory Lawn Cemetery, Phoenix, .
  5. One target of his wrath, Ethel Barrymore, said, “It is a sad comment on American manhood that Walter Winchell is allowed to exist.” This man who became the center of national attention was himself a product of neglect, anger, and resentment. He had been born Walter Winschel on April 7, , in the Harlem section of Manhattan.
  6. TUSTIN, Calif., Dec. 26 (AP) -- Walter Winchell Jr., 33 years old, son of the columnist and commentator, died at his home here last night of a single gunshot wound in the mouth, the coroner's.
  7. Walter Winchell, original name Walter Winchel, (born April 7, , New York, New York—died February 20, , Los Angeles, California), U.S. journalist and broadcaster whose newspaper columns and radio broadcasts containing news and gossip gave him a massive audience and much influence in the United States in the s, ’40s, and ’50s.
  8. The Walter Winchell papers consist of correspondence, annotated radio scripts, miscellaneous scripts for stage and film, thematic news articles, scrapbooks and clippings. Correspondence is sketchy and consists, with few exceptions, of letters (and telegrams) written to Winchell from Fannie Brice, Samuel Goldwyn, Billy Rose, and Gene diedandtocoremarmistmellabefokim.co most numerous letters and clippings in the.
  9. Almanac: Walter Winchell On April 7, , tabloid columnist-turned-broadcaster Walter Winchell was born in New York City. Jane Pauley reports.

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