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Harold Hayes, Survivor of Secret World War II Odyssey, Dies at 94

2017-01-24T18:23:38+0000

Mr. Hayes was among a group of noncombatants stranded behind enemy lines in Albania in 1943, hiding in caves, near starvation and hunted by German patrols.


Phillip Hayes Dean, the Playwright of Divisive ‘Paul Robeson,’ Dies at 83

2014-04-23T03:06:19+0000

“Paul Robeson,” which starred James Earl Jones and opened on Broadway in 1978, was considered by black intellectuals to be insufficiently complex and eventually derailed the writer’s career.


Arthur Hayes Jr., Who Led F.D.A. in Tylenol Case, Is Dead at 76

2010-03-01T04:37:59+0000

During the Reagan administration, Dr. Hayes helped calm consumer fears after a Tylenol poisoning case and, amid some controversy, approved the use of the artificial sweetener aspartame.


John Michael Hayes, Who Adapted ‘Rear Window,’ Is Dead at 89

2008-11-25T05:42:38+0000

Mr. Hayes was a screenwriter who wrote some of Alfred Hitchcock’s best-known films before breaking with the director in a fight over screen credit.


Isaac Hayes, singer-songwriter who defined '70s soul, is dead at 65

2008-08-11T05:00:00+0000

Isaac Hayes, the singer and songwriter whose luxurious, strutting funk arrangements in songs like "Theme From 'Shaft' " defined the glories and excesses of soul music in the early 1970s, died on Sunday in East Memphis, Tennessee He was 65.


Soul Icon Isaac Hayes, A Voice of ‘South Park,’ Dies

2008-08-11T02:25:37+0000

The soul icon Isaac Hayes also voiced a character on the television show “South Park.”


Isaac Hayes, 65, a Creator of ’70s Soul Style, Dies

2008-08-11T00:36:11+0000

Mr. Hayes’s strutting funk arrangements in songs like “Theme From ‘Shaft’ ” defined the glories and the excesses of soul music.


Isaac Hayes, pioneering musician, dies at 65

2008-08-10T05:00:00+0000

MEMPHIS, Tennessee — Isaac Hayes, the pioneering singer, songwriter and musician whose relentless "Theme From Shaft" won Academy and Grammy awards, has been found dead at home. He was 65.


Paid Notice: Deaths HAYES, JOSEPH M. JR.

2006-10-15T05:00:00+0000

HAYES--Joseph M. Jr. Born September 4, 1949, died October 12, 2006. Beloved son of the late Joseph M. Hayes Sr. and Mrs. Pauline Hayes, of Kent, CT. Mr. Hayes resided in NYC for the last 29 years and worked for the Metropolitan Opera House as Marketing Director. He had a lifelong interest in theatre arts beginning with his employment at the Stratford Shakespeare Theatre during summers early in his career. He was educated at St. Ambrose School and Fairfield Prepatory School in Connecticut, and at ...


RACES AT BRIGHTON BEACH; W.C. Hayes May Make No More Entries Until After Aug. 1. ODOM WAS NOT ABLE TO RIDE Dead Heat Between Theory and Hard Knot and Victories for Post Haste, St. Cloud, Big Gun, Greyfeld, and Dudley E.

1899-07-13T05:00:00+0000

" George Odom has a very large pain in his very small stomach." That was the first and most important news that welcomed racegoers at the Brighton Beach track yesterday. It set owners and trainers whose horses he was engaged to ride to hustling for other light-weight jockeys who could take his place.



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