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February 23, 1994 | Dana Parsons
Dateline San Francisco: At the funeral Tuesday for gay newspaperman and author Randy Shilts, who died of AIDS, about a dozen pickets supporting a Kansas minister carried signs that bore such slogans as "Shilts in Hell" and "Fags Burn in Hell." Dateline Orange County: Bruce Sonnenberg, pastor of the Village Church of Irvine, an evangelical congregation of about 250, is talking with me about his church's response to AIDS. Sonnenberg forced the issue from the pulpit about five years ago.
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February 23, 1994 | Dana Parsons
Dateline San Francisco: At the funeral Tuesday for gay newspaperman and author Randy Shilts, who died of AIDS, about a dozen pickets supporting a Kansas minister carried signs that bore such slogans as "Shilts in Hell" and "Fags Burn in Hell." Dateline Orange County: Bruce Sonnenberg, pastor of the Village Church of Irvine, an evangelical congregation of about 250, is talking with me about his church's response to AIDS. Sonnenberg forced the issue from the pulpit about five years ago.
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July 20, 1985 | RAY PEREZ, Times Staff Writer
At precisely 6 p.m. Friday, the gates were opened and thousands of people scrambled for choice seats at Anaheim Stadium to hear the word of evangelist Billy Graham, who is conducting what may be his last stadium crusade in America. Once the rush to the seats was over, the crowd settled in to wait. But for Jeannette Summers, 77, of Tustin, who sat near first base with a group of elderly friends, the famed evangelist was not the main attraction. Back in LaGrange, Ind.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 20, 1985 | RAY PEREZ, Times Staff Writer
At precisely 6 p.m. Friday, the gates were opened and thousands of people scrambled for choice seats at Anaheim Stadium to hear the word of evangelist Billy Graham, who is conducting what may be his last stadium crusade in America. Once the rush to the seats was over, the crowd settled in to wait. But for Jeannette Summers, 77, of Tustin, who sat near first base with a group of elderly friends, the famed evangelist was not the main attraction. Back in LaGrange, Ind.
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