Obituaries Related to "Ayala" from New York Times Archive
Part of a celebrated San Antonio boxing family, Ayala was a rising middleweight contender before a rape conviction sent him to prison.
Mr. Ayala was an eminent Spanish novelist whose work explored societies in which there is much despotism and little benevolence.
MIRON--Ayala. Cherished and adored wife of Amihai Miron; beloved and devoted mother of Benjamin, Jonathan, Michelle, and David; loving daughter of Jeannine Loran and Haim Loran; proud sister of Michael Loran. A woman of valor who dedicated herself to her husband and children. Born and raised in Israel, served in the Israel Defense Forces, and engineer by training. Tireless advocate for ovarian cancer awareness. Author of ''Ovarian Cancer Journeys: Survivors Share Their Stories To Help Others''. ...
AYALA--Jaime J., MD. The entire Beth Israel Medical Center family acknowledges with sadness the passing of our dear friend and beloved colleague, Jaime J. Ayala, MD, from the surgical house staff at the Kings Highway Division (KHD). He will be greatly missed by all who knew and worked with him. To his family, friends and loved ones, we extend our heartfelt condolences. Thomas Killip, MD Interim President & CEO Donald M. Kastenbaum, MD President, Medical Board Donald Ginsberg, MD Assoc Medical Di ...
For the Power-Hungry, a Dog's Death Waited; DEATH AS A WAY OF LIFE.. By Francisco Ayala. Translated by Joan MacLean from the Spanish, “Muertes de Petro.” 218 pp. New York: The Macmillan Company. $4.95.
IN this somber, grotesque and caustically lucid novel, human life could not possibly be less worth living. The setting is an unidentified Central American republic ruled despotically by President Anton Bocanegra and his First Lady, the lewd and scheming Dona Concha. From the beginning of the story, every character, with the exception of the narrator, Luis Pinedo, has died a dog's death (hence the original title of the work, “Muertes de Perro”).
Perez de Ayala, Ramon
EUSEBIO AYALA, 68, PARAGUAY EX-HEAD; President of Small Republic, Ousted After the War With Bolivia, Dies in Exile
Ayala, Eusebio; por
BOLIVIA USES SKILL OF MINERS ON FOE; Sappers Blow Up Paraguayan Trenches for 2,000 Meters Around Fort Ayala. WORKED ON COUP A MONTH Hand-to-Hand Fighting In Moonlight Follows as Enemy Counter-Attacks -- 1,000 Reported Dead.
Bolivian sappers blow up Paraguayan trenches for 2,000 meters around Ft Ayala; worked on coup a month
EX-PRESIDENT SLAIN IN PARAGUAY AFFRAY; Finance Minister Ayala Dies of Wounds Inflicted by Bank Worker Whom He Killed.
Dies of wounds inflicted by Bareiro, whom he kills
Honors E Ayala at dinner
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