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Hugh Downs, Perennial Small-Screen Fixture, Is Dead at 99

2020-07-02T18:08:07+0000

A longtime host of both “Today” and “20/20,” for many years he held the Guinness-certified record for most total hours on commercial network television.


Death By a Thousand Write-Downs

2007-11-13T12:20:06+0000

What’s really killing investors’ confidence in Wall Street firms is the uncertainty and unpredictability of the recent write-downs, David Weidner wrote in a commentary on MarketWatch. The solution may be for more firms to take a tough line on marking to market.


Paid Notice: Deaths DOWNS, , WARREN J.

2003-06-29T05:00:00+0000

DOWNS--Warren J., passed away June 25, 2003 at his home in Tucson, AZ. Formerly of Bronxville, NY. After a long and courageous battle with Progressive Supernuclear Palsy. Survived by his wife of 46 years, Rita (nee Curry). Proud father of Stephen (Kelly) of Grand Rapids, MI, Brenda of Tucson, AZ, Diane Fasino (Richard) of Mt. Prospect, IL, seven grandchildren, Andrew, Madeline, Harrison, and Liam Downs; Morgan, Skylar and Carly Fasino. Memorial services at St. Joseph's Church, Bronxville, NY in ...


Paid Notice: Deaths WARD, ARTHUR DOWNS

2002-01-30T05:00:00+0000

WARD-Arthur Downs. Of Forest Hills, NY. A retired Navy Captain with a lifetime of service in naval aviation. Active leader with the Naval Aviation Commandery, the Navy League and the Association of Naval Aviation. A long career in the popular music field as manager of singing groups ''The Honey Dreamers'' and ''The Arbors''. President of A&R Recording Inc, NY, NY. Husband of the late Sally Fisher. Loving father of Candy Ward-Ruchala, Karen Ward-Rode, Arthur, Jr. and Russell Fisher Ward. Grandfat ...


Paid Notice: Deaths DOWNS, LAWRENCE A., MD

2001-05-22T05:00:00+0000

DOWNS-Lawrence A., MD, age 65. Loving husband of Elvira Downs, MD and father of Bethany. Died May 20, 2001 in New London, NH. He had a 30 year psychiatric practice in NYC. Memorial service and reception for friends and family on Sunday June 3, at 11:00 AM at the Lake Sunapee Country Club, 100 Country Club Lane, New London, NH. Donations in his name may be made to the Yale Basketball Assoc., P.O. Box 1844, New Haven, CT. 06508-1844.


Environmental Downs and Ups; A Sad Death for Mining Law Reform

1994-10-03T05:00:00+0000

Efforts to rewrite a destructive relic known as the 1872 Mining Act came to naught on Thursday. This was a victory for the mining industry and a disappointment for Secretary of the Interior Bruce Babbitt. But more than anything else it reaffirmed that the U.S. Senate, at least on environmental matters, is becoming increasingly deaf to public sentiment and hostile to common sense. Mining-law reform seemed a cinch. Since 1872, mining companies have been given almost unlimited rights to extrac ...


MEXICANS TO DIE; KILLED AMERICAN; Bernardo and Federico Duran Admit Slaying Bert Akers at San Lorenzo. TWO RODE FOR LIFE ON PONY Douglas Downs, Dismounting, Hid After Pursuer Fired Point Blank and Missed. WENT FOR STOLEN CATTLE American Consul Sent T

1916-01-23T05:00:00+0000

B. and F. Duran confess to killing of Akers, will be put to death, shooting described by D. Downs


Hugh Downs, Perennial Small-Screen Fixture, Is Dead at 99

2020-07-02T18:08:07+0000

A longtime host of both “Today” and “20/20,” for many years he held the Guinness-certified record for most total hours on commercial network television.


Hugh Downs, Perennial Small-Screen Fixture, Is Dead at 99

2020-07-02T18:08:07+0000

A longtime host of both “Today” and “20/20,” for many years he held the Guinness-certified record for most total hours on commercial network television.


Death By a Thousand Write-Downs

2007-11-13T12:20:06+0000

What’s really killing investors’ confidence in Wall Street firms is the uncertainty and unpredictability of the recent write-downs, David Weidner wrote in a commentary on MarketWatch. The solution may be for more firms to take a tough line on marking to market.



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