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CASTILLO--Julia Falla, of Key Biscayne, Florida and formerly of Darien, CT and Havana, Cuba died on April 11, of cancer. In addition to her beloved husband, Pedro Castillo, she is survived by her three children, Pedro Castillo III of Manhattan, Miguel Castillo of Hilton Head, SC and Ana Castillo Ericksen of London, their spouses, seven grandchildren and one greatgrandchild.
del CASTILLO-Rafael C. III, age 80, of Bayport, LI, on April 6, 2000. Beloved husband of the late Anne (nee Carroll). Dear father of Suzanne Kolakowski, Rafael C., IV, Carroll Anne Tantillo and Kathryn Anne del Castillo. Fond brother of Juan del Castillo and Dolores Clarke. Loving grandfather of eight. Reposing at 129 So. Gillette Ave., Bayport, Long Island, Friday 2-9 P.M. Funeral Mass Sat. 10 A.M. at Our Lady of the Snow RC Church, Blue Point. Interment St. Lawrence Cemetery, Sayville. Donatio ...
CASTILLO, EX-HEAD I OF ARGENTINA, DIES; Conservative Was Forced Out of Office by Coup in 1943 -- Curbed Nation's Press
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JUSTO'S DEATH ADDS TO CASTILLO POWER; Argentina's Neutral Leader Seen Unhampered Now in Deciding Own Succession
Sets State mourning for Gen Justo
Lifts ban on Stalingrad defenders benefit show
CASTILLO ACCUSED OF ABETTING NAZIS; Ex-Member of 'Dies' Group Says Even Gestapo Still Functions in Argentina BOOK DEFIES OFFICIAL BAN Lanus Charges State of Siege Seeks to Stifle Opposition to Pro-Axis Policies
A Lanus charges Castillo with aiding Nazis and attacks state of siege in Campo Minado, book defying official ban
DR. CASTILLO BLAMES OBREGON'S "VIOLENCE"; Former Head of Mexican Congress, at Washington, Says General "Induced Own Death."
Sat beside Gen Obregon when Obregon was assassinated
ANGIOLILLO NEAR DEATH.; The Assassin of Premier Canovas del Castillo to be Executed Thursday or Friday.
AFFAIRS IN MEXICO.; MAXIMILIAN'S FATE UNKNOWN. Death of Miramon from Fever--Mejia, Castillo and Other Officers Shot-Maximilian's Proclamation said to be a Forgery. Maximilian's Proclamation a Forgery. Further About Maximillian--Efforts of the Princes
Death of Miramen; Maximilian's Proclamation a Forgery
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