In Memoriam: Alan W. Livingston, Leonore Annenberg and Steve Bernard

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Alan Livingston (center), president of Capitol Records, and the Beatles display gold records presented to the quartet during a ceremony Bettmann/CORBIS
Alan Livingston (center), president of Capitol Records, and the Beatles display gold records presented to the quartet during a ceremony on February 10, 1964, in New York. Two discs by the Beatles - 45RPM single of "I Want to Hold Your Hand" and long playing (33-1/3 RPM) album, "Meet the Beatles, "sold one million copies each.

Alan W. Livingston, 91 -- Former president, Capitol Records. Best known for signing the Beatles to Capitol Records and creating Bozo the Clown.

Leonore Annenberg, 91 -- Philanthropist. Reagan's first chief of protocol, she and her husband, Walter Annenberg, gave billions of dollars to education and the arts.

Steve Bernard, 61 -- Founder, Cape Cod Potato Chips.

THIS WEEK THE PENTAGON RELEASED THE NAMES OF 4 SOLDIERS AND MARINES KILLED IN IRAQ AND AFGHANISTAN:

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Army 1LT Daniel B. Hyde, 24, of Modesto, Calif.

Army PFC Patrick A. Devoe, II, 27, of Auburn, N.Y.

Marine LCpl Patrick A. Malone, 21, of Ocala, Fla.

Navy PO1 Theophilus K. Ansong, 34, of Bristow, Va.