Milestones, Aug. 22, 1977

ENGAGED. Shirley Chisholm, 52, the first black woman to be elected to Congress (from Brooklyn in 1968) and to try for the presidency (as a Democrat in the 1972 primaries); and Arthur Hard wick Jr., 61, an architectural designer and onetime politician who served with Chisholm in the New York State assembly in 1964-66. Last February the Congresswoman divorced her husband, social service investigator Conrad Chisholm, after 28 years of marriage, citing "irreconcilable differences."

DIVORCED. John Osborne, 47, British actor and playwright (Look Back in Anger, Inadmissible Evidence) who was the angriest of the Angry Young Men who slashed at the complacency...

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