June 29, 1998 12:00 PM


Time to enlarge that Full House: Two former cast members of the long-running TV series, Lori Loughlin, 33, and Candace Cameron, 22, are enceinte for the first time. Cameron and her husband, pro hockey player Valeri Bure, 24, expect their new addition in August. Loughlin and her spouse, clothing designer Mossimo Giannulli, 35, will welcome their child in October. Says Cameron: “When Lori and I were on the show together, we never thought we’d see the day when we would both be pregnant at the same time.”


Prince of Tides author Pat Conroy, 52, and Making Waves in Zion author Sandra Ray, 54, who had been courting for a while, made their collaboration official by marrying on June 7 in Charleston, S.C. It was his third marriage and her second.


Czech supermodel Eva Herzigova, 25, who was the original Wonderbra gal, and husband Tico Torres, 44, drummer for Bon Jovi, announced on June 15 that they will divorce after two years of marriage.


Pro wrestler Sylvester Ritter, 45, who was known to fans as the Junk Yard Dog and who went to the mat—wearing a canine collar and chain—with contemporaries Hulk Hogan and Roddy Piper during the heyday of garish grappling matches in the mid-’80s, died in a car accident on June 2 near Forest, Miss….

Ad exec Shirley Polykoff, 90, whose coy catchphrase for Clairol hair coloring—”Does she…or doesn’t she?”—has found other applications in daily discourse since the slogan’s coinage in 1956, died of undisclosed causes on June 4 in Manhattan….

British cartoonist Reg Smythe, 80, who for four decades chronicled the inebriated exploits of Andy Capp and his long-suffering wife, Flo, died on June 13 of cancer in Hartlepool, England….

Apostle of affection Leo Buscaglia, who was known variously as Dr. Love, the Love Merchant and the Hug Doctor, and who for years through his books and TV shows preached a touchy-feely solution for society’s dysfunctions, died on June 12 of a heart attack in Lake Tahoe, Nev., at 74.

In Court

Ex-Homicide actor Daniel Baldwin, 37, got a conditional discharge in Manhattan on June 15 after pleading guilty to disorderly conduct. In February cops arrested him after he allegedly went on a drugged-out bender in a hotel. The judge ordered Baldwin to remain in rehab for at least the next three months.

Behind Bars

On June 12, a Hattiesburg, Miss., judge sentenced 10th-grader Luke Woodham, 17, to two consecutive life sentences for killing two classmates at Pearl (Miss.) High School last Oct. 1. Woodham, who also received seven 20-year sentences on aggravated-assault charges for wounding seven others in the incident, had already been given a life sentence on June 5 for the stabbing death of his mother on the day of the rampage.


The board of directors of Sunbeam, the toaster, blender and steam-iron outfit, discharged chairman and chief executive Al Dunlap, 60, on June 13. Known by the nom de guerre Chainsaw Al (PEOPLE, Nov. 25, 1996), he relished his reputation for ruthlessly downsizing the companies he headed, including American Can and Scott Paper.

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