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CARDENAS-Rev. Juan, Ph.D. April 19 1916 -April 4 1999. Of NYC and Miami Beach, Florida. To my beloved husband of forty-five years, and our beloved father: ''May you rest with your Creator.'' Dora Cardenas Dora L. Cardenas, MD Abbey Martinez, M.S.W. Eunice Fernandez, Grandchildren
de CARDENAS-Piedad M. On June 7, 1998. Beloved mother of Harry, George and Alan Romney, loving grandmother of Vanessa and Alexandra. Loving mother-inlaw of Susi. In Memorial mass at St. Ignatius Loyola Church, Park Ave at 84 St, Sat, June 13, 11 AM.
de CARDENAS-Piedad M. On June 7, 1998. Beloved mother of Harry, George and Alan Romney, loving grandmother of Vanessa and Alexandra. Memorial mass at St. Ignatius Loyola Church, Park Ave at 84 St, Sat, June 13, 11 AM.
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Cardenas y Rodriquez de Rivas, Juan F de
DR. J, CARDENAS, 8i, EDUCATOR, IS DEAD; Ex-Head of University of Cauca in Co, lombia Lifted Ban on Women in Professions
MEXICO SPEEDS AID TO FLOOD VICTIMS; Supply Trains Battle Hurricane Rains as Cardenas Counts 31 Dead in Dam Break
3 coaches buried by landslide near Cardenas
GEN. CALLES DIES IN MEXICO AT 68; Ex-President, Leader in Fight on Diaz, Returned in 1941 After 5 Years' U.S. Exile DECLINED A SECOND TERM Dominated the Political Scene Before Break With Cardenas --Once Teacher, Editor
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5 DIE IN CLASHES IN MEXICAN FETE; Police Charge Crowd Rioting Before National Palace and Shouting for Almazan HIS RETURN REPORTED President Cardenas, in Speech of Independence Day, Scores Attempt at 'Rebellion'
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