July 4, 2009 |
Time magazine reported online this week that President Obama and his family had found a new church: Evergreen Chapel at the Camp David presidential retreat in Maryland. Apparently, Time got it wrong. "The president and first family continue to look for a church home," White House spokeswoman Jennifer Psaki said. "They have enjoyed worshiping at Camp David and several other congregations over the months, and will choose a church at the time that is best for their family."
May 20, 2009 |
On the eighth floor of the Screen Actors Guild headquarters on Wilshire Boulevard, interim Executive Director David White is pacing his new office, marshaling arguments in support of the union's recently negotiated film and TV contract. "It's a good contract with solid gains," said White, who was installed in late January after moderates on the union's board orchestrated a revolt against the former leadership.
January 27, 2009 |
The prospect of a new contract for Hollywood's film and TV actors brightened Monday after the Screen Actors Guild board appointed a new negotiating team and ousted the union's executive director. In a dramatic shake-up of the union's leadership, the board tapped former SAG General Counsel David White as the guild's interim executive director after firing Doug Allen, citing a leadership crisis that has paralyzed Hollywood's largest actors union. For now, Allen's job will be split in two.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 23, 1997 |
They stopped counting at 750, and still people flooded in Monday night to pay their respects to Paul E. White, 30, killed with three others Thursday by former Caltrans employee Arturo Reyes Torres, who was then killed by police. For the memorial service, White's family and friends used the enormous Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses here instead of the smaller one in Long Beach where he had regularly worshiped.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 23, 1997
Camarillo resident David White, a longtime newspaperman who served as Camarillo bureau chief for the Oxnard Press-Courier for 16 years, died Sunday. He was 91. White was born Oct. 9, 1905, in Cambusnethan, Scotland. He married Ellen Monica in 1929, and they had three daughters. In 1953, he moved his family to Camarillo in hopes that the mild climate would help his daughter's asthma. They traveled on the Queen Mary to New York and boarded a train for the trip to California.
December 18, 1995 |
Buffalo linebacker David White gave the Miami Dolphins a lesson in economics Sunday: The guys who play for minimum salaries can be just as valuable as the ones with seven-figure contracts. White, who sat out last season after being cut by New England, made a key interception in the Bills' 23-20 victory that left Miami's millionaires in danger of missing the playoffs. For Buffalo (10-5), AFC Super Bowl representative from 1990 to 1993, the victory capped a comeback from a 7-9 season.