Sundays Will Never be the Same

Astor, Dave
February 2000
Editor & Publisher;02/21/2000, Vol. 133 Issue 8, p20
Trade Publication
Pays tribute to newspaper cartoonist Charles Schulz who died in February 2000. Background information on Schulz; Cartoonist's launch of the comic strip `Peanuts' in October 1950; Retirement of the cartoonist at age 77 due to serious health problems; Cause of the comic strip creator's death; Reaction of the newspaper industry to his death. INSETS: Schulz's last newspaper interview;E&P's syndication writer remembers an 'accessible and down-to-....


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