November 8, 1992 |
Jack Kelly, the gruff-voiced, wisecracking actor who starred in television's "Maverick" series and later became a city councilman and mayor here, died Saturday, three days after suffering a massive stroke. Kelly was 65. Kelly's wife, Jo, found him unconscious at their home on Wednesday afternoon, and he never regained consciousness, city officials said.
March 8, 1992 |
Though it hasn't been front-page news for nigh onto 60 years, Dillinger is a name that echoes through the national consciousness like a gunshot on a dark and lonely street. The FBI still trains its agents to shoot by offering them targets cut in the likeness of the bank robber who wore his surname more boldly than any Dillinger before or since.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 7, 1992
Councilman Jack Kelly remained hospitalized in critical condition Friday, two days after suffering a massive stroke. Kelly, 65, was found unconscious by his wife, Jo, on Wednesday. City officials said Friday that the councilman, who is being treated at Humana Hospital-Huntington Beach, has not regained consciousness. Kelly has been in poor health since April, when he suffered a heart attack. He had bypass heart surgery in early May, but returned to council work June 1.
December 12, 1991 |
Despite the end of the Cold War and the breakup of the Soviet Union, the Goodwill Games remain a viable international competition and will continue as scheduled at St. Petersburg, Russia, in 1994, according to Jack Kelly, president of the event.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 12, 1992 |
A memorial service for City Councilman and former actor Jack Kelly will be today at 11 a.m. at the amphitheater near City Hall, 2000 Main St. Kelly, 65, died Saturday after suffering a massive stroke three days earlier. Those scheduled to speak at the service will include Kelly's daughter, Nicole; Father Kerry Beaulieu of St.