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One was nationally renowned, known for the spoken word--the other, for words written down. The former was radio newsman Paul Harvey; the latter – as eloquent in print as Harvey was on the airways – was William Arthur Ward. They were genuine to the core. During these days when too much is called “fake news,” these inspirational giants deserve “top shelf” status, the kind one could take to the bank. Both were day-brighteners, and they both died in this season of the year – Harvey, age 90, died a decade ago on Feb. 28 and Ward, 72, a quarter-century ago on March 30. Ward ...

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