Her marriage to Joe DiMaggio in 1954 only lasted nine months. On May 19, 1962.. Monroe sang her infamous "Happy Birthday, Mr. President" to John F. Kennedy. It is said that Monroe and Kennedy had an affair together. Marilyn Monroe was pronounced dead at her own home in Los Angeles, California on August 5, 1962. Her life only lasted 36
Queen Eloonia then invited Poseidon, Brecho and Lailaps to the grand opening because they were the god, goddess and princess of the seas. The party was fun but Lailaps couldn’t wait to go home so that in the morning she could go out to Modric. But, little did she know that this trip to Modric was going to be the worst thing that she could possibly
Oscar died of swamp fever there in 1882 and Kate took over the running of his general store and plantation for over a year. In 1884 she had to sell it up and moved back to St. Louis to live with her mother. Sadly, Eliza O'Flaherty died the next year, leaving Kate alone with her children again. To support herself and her young family, she began to write. By the end of 1880s, Kate Chopin was writing short stories, articles, and translations which appeared in periodicals.
Myer Myers (a balloon salesman from Australia), took over the care of the sisters when their "Auntie" passed. The twins never had a normal childhood or viewed themselves as children, they saw themselves as walking dollar signs and as property instead of as normal human beings. “In the 1920's, when the girls were in their teens, they were placed on stages with vaudeville legends, appearing on the same bill as Charlie Chaplin and tap dancing with Bob
Selena ran towards the lobby to get help. She collapsed on the floor as the clerk called 911. Before collapsing to the floor, Selena named Saldívar as the shooter and gave the room number where she had been shot. After an ambulance and the police arrived on the scene, Selena was transported to a local hospital. She died there from loss of blood at 1:05 p.m., two weeks before her 24th birthday.
She worked as a maid in a traveling theatrical company, and then, in 1917, the twenty-six-year-old lied about her age to gain admission to the Morgan Academy, graduating from the high school the following year. (“Humanist Profile”) “During her years in school, Zora Hurston was frequently in debt through she worked all sorts of jobs from a manicurist…to a maid for distinguished black families” (I Love Myself When I am Laughing 9). Hurston worked with fellow artists in her time as well including Langston Hughes. “The engaging and gregarious Hurston, together with Langston Hughes and other writers, formed what they called the Niggerati and published the literary magazine, Fire! !, in 1926” (“Humanist Profile”).
13.What psycological treatment did Polly recieve after her parents death? After their death she was given extensive shock therapy. 14.What does Michaele discover when he examines the shingels outside the window where alice was killed? He finds that one of the shingels was turned over with bullet fragments , which means a gun shot came from outside. 15.Why does Polly go on the cruise with the senior class?
In 1957 she became pregnant again, but this time it was a success, Caroline Kennedy was born in November. Their second child John Jr. was born three years after Caroline. Jacqueline gave birth to one more child but this child was of the Kennedy Curse, Patrick Kennedy died thee days after his birth. A month after the death of their 3rd child Jacqueline witnessed her husbands’ death while riding in a car, he was shot and killed. Years went by and Jacqueline remarried, but in 1994 at the age of 65 she fell victim to cancer and died later in that year in May.
The final years of her life were marked by illness, personal problems, and a reputation for unreliability and being difficult to work with. On August 5 1962 at 4:25a.m LAPD received a call from Dr. Ralph Greenson her psychiatrist saying that she was found dead at her home. The circumstances of her death from an overdose of barbiturates have
Rick Reece 4/9/12 Legalize Assisted Suicide The year is 1987 and Dr. Kevorkian started advertisements in Detroit newspapers, which he was advertising himself as a physician consultant for “death consulting.” Dr. Kevorkian’s first public assisted suicide was in 1990, of Janet Adkins, who was 54-years-old and was diagnosed Alzheimer’s disease in 1989. Kevorkian was charged with murder, but the charges were dropped because there weren’t laws regarding assisted suicide in Detroit at the time. Kevorkian then lost his medical license do to the controversy. Between 1990 and 1998, Dr. Kevorkian helped end 130 terminally ill patient’s lives. Kevorkian allegedly only assisted in the patients’ deaths by attaching a device to them, in which the patients would press a button to finally end their life painlessly and on their own terms.