The Cincinnati Enquirer
Friday, September 12, 1997 -- Volume 2, No. 255
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'A LOSS FOR THE WORLD'
She was beautiful, charitable, wealthy and famous, but in the end it was Princess Diana's humanity that touched people in the Tristate.


JIM BORGMAN CARTOON

ROYAL FAMILY GETS GLIMPSE OF THE REAL WORLD
The queen is baffled. You can see it in her face. "What did we do wrong?'' she asked, according to the royal biographer Sarah Bradford Did anybody in the royal family cry?
Laura Pulfer column

INTERNET REFLECTS WORLD'S GRIEF
Like a mirror of the grief that has overtaken the world since the death of Princess Diana, the Internet is filling with testaments to her star-crossed, fairy-tale life.
Charles Brewer column

AN ANTIDOTE FOR DIANA OVERDOSE
The whole global village is on a bender. It's only natural to reach for meaning when someone dies a sudden, violent death. But what we've been seeing is a binge of overreaching, a crawl-in-the-bottle lost weekend that lasts a whole week.
Peter Bronson column

FUNERAL'S DIGNITY STIRS VIEWERS
The small television on the kitchen counter in East Walnut Hills brought images of Princess Diana's funeral, touched with a sense of country and kinship for a Briton abroad.

COPING WITH GRIEF
The public mourning told us a great deal about Princess Diana, buried Saturday, and Mother Teresa, eulogized the day after her death. But what does such grief - poured out for two people that few of us ever met - say about us?

NOBLE LIVES NOT RESERVED FOR ROYALTY
There is another great lesson to this tragedy: That all of us are given precious moments, and the best of them have nothing to do with titles and celebrity.
Krista Ramsey column

STORES TO PULL TABLOIDS WITH GRAPHIC PHOTOS
Tristate merchants appeared to be following the lead of larger stores, saying they will not sell papers showing graphic photos of the wreck that killed Princess Diana.

CLOONEY WANTS TABLOIDS TO ACCEPT RESPONSIBILITY
Actor George Clooney landed on the world's tabloid editors with both feet this week after Princess Diana died in a race to escape celebrity photographers.

CRASH CALLS ATTENTION TO DRUNKEN DRIVING
"This is the highest-profile drunk-driving case we'll ever have, and if this doesn't draw attention to drunk driving, nothing ever will," said Andrea Rehkamp, executive director for the Southwestern Ohio chapter of Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD).

KROGER, THRIFTWAY WON'T SELL PAPERS WITH CRASH PHOTOS
"If they contain those kinds of photographs, we won't put them on display," said Kroger spokesman Paul Bernish.

DIANA CHOSE THE PEOPLE, AND THEY HER
The princess is dead. And our need to know killed her.
Laura Pulfer column.

TABLOID FANS SHARE IN BLAME
The princess is dead. And our need to know killed her.
Cliff Radel column.

TRISTATE JOINS MOURNING
Tristaters, both British and American, joined the rest of the world Sunday in mourning the death of Diana, Princess of Wales.

DIANA BOOKS SELL OUT
Local bookstores reported a run on Princess Diana biographies as Tristaters joined the rest of the world in mourning her death Sunday.

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