Milestones: Mar. 2, 1970

Died. James Pringle, 51, veteran Associated Press war photographer; of cancer; in Rome. Pringle covered the Blitz, the Allies' advance across Europe, the Korean War, the Hungarian and Algerian Revolutions, winning his colleagues' esteem for his craftsmanship and their awe for his Irish fearlessness in the face of fire. "Why, they can't hit me," he once said as bullets buzzed overhead. "After all, I carry an Irish passport."

Died. Jules Munshin, 54, basset-eyed comic actor, veteran of Hollywood and Broadway; of a heart attack; in Manhattan. A seasoned vaudevillian, Munshin's hilarious antics in his first major Broadway role (a mustered-out soldier in...

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