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Memoris and Biographies
Author: Pegge Parker Hlavacek
ISBN: 0981903444
Subcategory: Historical
Pages 400 pages
Publisher Hlucky Books; Second edition (February 10, 2010)
Language English
Category: Memoris and Biographies
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eBook Diapers on a Dateline: The Adventures of a United Press Family in India During the 1950s download

by Pegge Parker Hlavacek


Diapers on a Dateline book. He then joined the United Press in 1944 as a war correspondent. He met Pegge Parker, a beautiful widowed journalist with an eye toward writing her way around the world

Diapers on a Dateline book. He met Pegge Parker, a beautiful widowed journalist with an eye toward writing her way around the world. They married, living and working in India during the first years of their marriage. The Hlavaceks were then off to New York and next Jamaica, where John and Pegge supported the family by covering news events across the globe. In 1961, the family moved to Florida when John began work as staff correspondent for NBC in Havana.

Diapers on a Dateline book. Pegge's first memoir, Alias Pegge Parker includes four chapters that Pegge originally wrote for Diapers on a Dateline, which was published first. John discovered the chapters in Pegge's belongings after she was diagnosed with Alzheimer's.

Pegge Parker Hlavacek. John rediscovered the manuscript in 2000, and decided to publish the book for family and friends, but quickly found followers interested in the life of an American newspaper family. In her work at the embassy, she met John Hlavacek. Pegge's life and career were nothing if not spontaneous, seemingly weaved by fate's colorful loom.

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The Adventures of a United Press Family in India During The 1950s.

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Diapers on a Dateline. The Adventures of a United Press Family in India During the 1950s. Pegge Mackiernan was a young widow working as a vice consul in 1951 when she met John Hlavacek, United Press Bureau Chief for India and Pakistan. By. Pegge Parker Hlavacek. John was upset to learn that Pegge's twin toddlers were living in the US while Pegge worked in Pakistan. Either get those two kids out here or go home to them. There is no good reason to leave two-year-olds with grandparents thousands of miles away. They're all you've got, don't lose them, Pegge!" Angry yet touched, Pegge grew to love John during the months that followed.

Pegge's first memoir, Alias Pegge Parker includes four chapters that Pegge originally wrote for Diapers on a Dateline .

Pegge's first memoir, Alias Pegge Parker includes four chapters that Pegge originally wrote for Diapers on a Dateline, which was published first. John discovered the chapters in Pegge's belongings after she was diagsed with Alzheimer's.

from Pegge’s next book, Diapers on a Dateline.

Pegge’s life and career were nothing if not spontaneous, seemingly weaved by fate’s colorful loom. Her prose style of writing is unmistakable, and transports the reader back in time, allowing them to understand and experience life as she knew it more than half a century ag. lias Pegge Parker also includes four original chapters from Pegge’s next book, Diapers on a Dateline.

In 1956, as a United Press correspondent in India, I. .The complete story is included in Pegge’s book about our first five years of marriage, Diapers on a Dateline.

In 1956, as a United Press correspondent in India, I had never heard of the Council on Foreign Relations. Therefore it was a complete surprise when I received a bid to apply for the Council’s fellowship for an American correspondent. The Minneapolis paper was a United Press client, and Pegge and I had done what we always did for UP clients-tried to make their visit to India pleasant and informative. Published 2009 by Hlucky Books in Omaha, Neb. United Press International, Homes and haunts, Journalists' spouses, Biography, Journalists. John Hlavacek, Pegge Hlavacek.

Pegge Mackiernan was a young widow and single mother of twins working as Vice Consul in the American Embassy in Pakistan in 1951. Her husband had been an undercover CIA agent who was mercilessly killed by Tibetan border guards while evacuating newly Communist China. In her work at the Embassy, she met John Hlavacek. A passionate international reporter with humble Midwestern values, John convinced Pegge to bring her children to India. They fell in love and wed in 1952, adding three more children of their own. Pegge's life and career were nothing if not spontaneous, seemingly weaved by fate's colorful loom. Her prose style of writing is unmistakable, and transports the reader back in time, allowing them to understand and experience life as she knew it more than half a century ago. John discovered her manuscript in 2000, and decided to publish the book. He quickly found followers interested in the life of an American newspaper family. Pegge's first memoir, Alias Pegge Parker includes four chapters that Pegge originally wrote for Diapers on a Dateline, which was published first. John discovered the chapters in Pegge's belongings after she was diagnosed with Alzheimer's.