Milestones: Oct. 18, 1982

DIED. Roddey E. Mims, 46, White House and Capitol Hill photographer for U.P.I. and TIME whose folksy manner and sensitive camera work won him the fondness and respect of leaders from Lyndon Johnson and Hubert Humphrey to Ronald Reagan and Howard Baker; of a stroke; in Arlington, Va. Said Reagan: "He's been a part of history for so many years it just won't be the same without him."

DIED. Glenn Gould, 50, eccentric, commanding piano virtuoso celebrated for his interpretations of Bach, and one of the first classical performers to concentrate on the LP...

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