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In the 1950s and ’60s, Mr. Conner’s art helped sell airlines and overalls and accompanied short stories in The Saturday Evening Post and elsewhere.
Appointed by President Richard M. Nixon, Mr. Conner handed down noted decisions involving songwriters’ royalty payments, the Marx Brothers and Howard Cosell.
Mr. Conner, an artist internationally admired for his sculptures and groundbreaking avant-garde films, also was a key figure in the San Francisco Beat scene.
'I Am the Walrus'; 'Death to the Fascist Insect That Preys on the Life of the People'; Emily Cheng and Lois Conner
`I Am the Walrus'.
Nadine Conner, who sang on radio with Bing Crosby before lengthy career as lyric soprano at Metrpolitan Opera, dies at age 96; photo (M)
CONNER-Nadine. The Metropolitan Opera mourns the death of Nadine Conner, a beloved leading soprano with our company for 18 seasons from 1941 to 1960. We extend our sincerest condolences to her family and friends. Joseph Volpe, General Manager James Levine, Artistic Director
DOUGLAS - Jane Conner. Wife of the late Edward M. Douglas. Died on 12/25 at her home on Martha's Vineyard.
CONNER-Michael. On August 23, 2002, of Rego Park, NY. Beloved husband of the late Dorothy. Devoted father of Helaine and Monte Magid, Allan and Sheila Conner. Adored grandfather of Laura, Scott, Jennifer and Allison. Cherished great grandfather of David & Lyndsay. Services on Sunday at 12 Noon at Parkside Chapels, 98-60 Queens Boulevard, Rego Park.
CONNER-Dorothy. On May 5, 2001, of Rego Park. Beloved wife of Michael. Devoted mother of Helaine and Monte Magid, Allan and Sheila Conner. Dear sister of Anita Stillman. Adored grandmother of Laura, Scott, Jennifer and Allison. Cherished greatgrandmother of David and Lyndsay. Services Tuesday, 12 noon, at Parkside Chapels, 98-60 Queens Blvd, Rego Park.
CONNER-Rev. John, O.F.M., Cap. The Capuchin Friars of the church and friary of St. John the Baptist, 210 West 31st Street, sadly announce the entrance of their brother, John, into Eternal Life on August 19, 2000, at the age of 48. His faith and living with cancer was an inspiration to all. Wake: Sunday, 7-9:30 PM, Monday, 2-4 and 7-9 PM, St. Clare Friary, 110 Shonnard Place, Yonkers, NY. Mass of Christian Burial at Sacred Heart Church, Yonkers, on Tuesday, August 22, 2000, at 11 AM. Burial: St. ...
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