Disgraced Olympic figure skater Tonya Harding, 25, came to the aid of an elderly woman in Milwaukie, Ore., on Oct. 27. Harding called 911 on her cellular phone and administered mouth-to-mouth resuscitation after Alice Olson, 81, collapsed at a local bar where Harding had gone to play video poker. Olson was hospitalized overnight and released.
Retiring U.S. Senator Nancy Landon Kassebaum, 64, of Kansas and fellow Republican Howard Baker, 70, of Tennessee, former U.S. Senate majority leader, are engaged to marry before the end of the year. This will be the second marriage for both.
Gennifer Flowers, 46, the former cabaret singer who claims she had a 12-year affair with Bill Clinton before he became President, announced she would marry financial adviser Finis Shelnutt, 46, on Nov. 2 in Dallas. The marriage will be Flowers's first and Shelnutt's third.
Actor Stephen Baldwin, 30, and his wife, Kennya, 30, are expecting their second child, a girl, on Dec. 15. The couple, who plan to name the baby Hailey Rhode, have a 3-year-old daughter, Alaia.
Death Row Records President and CEO Marion "Suge" Knight, 31, who was driving the car in which rapper Tupac Shakur was fatally shot in Las Vegas in September, surrendered to authorities and was jailed without bail on Oct. 22 in Los Angeles for violating terms of his probation—imposed after he had pleaded no contest to an assault charge last year—by failing to take a required drug test.
Former screen sex-kitten Brigitte Bardot, 62, is being sued by a former husband, Jacques Charrier, 60, and their son Nicolas, 36, over unflattering comments she makes about them in her memoir Initiales B.B., a bestseller in France. In the suit, filed Oct. 23 in Paris, father and son demand that 80 pages—in which Bardot describes the unborn Nicolas as "a tumor feeding off me" and Charrier as a "gigolo"—be cut from the book.
Frasier star Kelsey Grammer, 41, checked out of the Betty Ford Center in Rancho Mirage, Calif., Oct. 21. Three days later he returned to the set of his show, which had been on hiatus since he entered the center in September.
George P. Oslin, 97, creator of the singing telegram, died of heart failure Oct. 24 in Delray Beach, Fla. Oslin was PR director for Western Union when, on a whim, he had a buxom blonde operator named Lucille Lipps sing a Happy Birthday message to crooner Rudy Vallee in 1933.
Sylvester Stallone's 2-month-old daughter, Sophia Rose, is being treated for a hole in her heart, the actor's spokesman said. Stallone admitted, "There's been some complications," but he would not comment further on her condition.
Argentinian tennis star Gabriela Sabatini, 26, winner of the 1990 U.S. Open, announced her retirement from the sport on Oct. 24 in New York City.
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