Bernard Lansky's obituary appeared as a full article in the San Diego Union-Tribune newspaper where he worked for 16 years.  You can read the obituary here.

In 1955, Bernard Lansky created and sold his first comic panel, “Seventeen”, to the Times-Mirror Syndicate.  “Seventeen” centered around a teen-aged character named Sheldon, his mother and father, his girlfriend Lori and a pal named Tank.  The panel enjoyed a significant and popular 20-year run and gained international acclaim before Lansky retired the panel in 1976.

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