David Letterman's Son Harry is Already a Star - Literally

Nov 19, 2003, 00:00 ET from International Star Registry

    CHICAGO, Nov. 19 /PRNewswire/ -- Shortly after the birth of David
 Letterman's first son, Late Show announcer Alan Kalter named a star with the
 International Star Registry under the child's name - Harry Joseph Letterman.
 Harry Letterman joins the more than 1,000,000 celebrities, dignitaries and
 members of the general public around the world that have utilized the services
 of the International Star Registry to have a star named after them.
     The newest addition to the Letterman household will have his star recorded
 in the book "Your Place in the Cosmos" which will be registered with the U.S.
 Copyright office and will be sent a gift package complete with a personalized
 parchment certificate and the coordinates to locate the star.
     "I can imagine that it is very difficult to buy a gift for someone like
 David Letterman," said International Star Registry President, Rocky Mosele.
 "Late Show announcer Alan Kalter not only provided his boss with a unique
 gift, it's a gift that will last forever."
     About the International Star Registry:
     Since 1979, Chicago, Ill. based International Star Registry has provided
 members of the general public with the unique opportunity to name a star after
     International Star Registry gift packages include a full color parchment
 certificate personalized with the star's name, date and coordinates; a
 personalized sky chart containing the constellation and the location where the
 star is located in the sky; a booklet on astronomy written by a professional
 astronomer with additional sky charts; and a letter of
 congratulations/memorial for the recipient.  In addition, star names are
 recorded in the book "Your Place in the Cosmos" which will be registered with
 the U.S. Copyright office.
     For more information on the International Star Registry, visit our Web
 site at www.starregistry.com , or call (800)282-3333.

SOURCE International Star Registry