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Hebert, Adrian (Rev)
Hebert, Chas E
Hebert, Wm F
Jay Hebert's Birdie Beats Venturi on 19th Hole; PLAY-OFF DECIDED IN 'SUDDEN DEATH' Hebert Wins Houston Golf on Eight-Foot Putt After He and Venturi Card 69's
J Hebert, Houston Classic
Eniwetok Base, Atom Proving Site, Depicted as Normal Town of 8,000; Representative Hebert, Witness at Blast, Describes 'Thriving Community' in Which Tests Have Caused No Deaths
Hebert on security
HARRY O. ELLllqGER, WEST POIHT (lOACH; i Assistant to Football Mentor, 'Red' Bla!k, Dies at Home of Congressman Hebert ACADEMY ALUMNUS OF '25 Noted Tactician, Star Guard of Army Teams, Formerly on Staff at Dartmouth
Ellinger, Harry O
HEBERT-Charles Alexandre. Age 95, on November 26, 2001. Lt. Commander in U.S. Naval Reserve. PT Squadron in South Pacific. Witty conversationalist, lifetime jogger, and Upper Broadway denizen.
JORDAN-Olivia Emily (Hebert). Born, Boley, Oklahoma, to William Edward Hebert and Blanche Julia Ann Hebert (nee Leon) June 30, 1912, died December 8, 1998, of lymphoma. Adored mother of Achille Edward, Blanche Jacqueline, and Cheryl Faithe. Valedictorian, Boley High School, 1927; B.A., Langston, University, 1933; M.A., Atlanta University, 1943. Taught elementary school in Hominy and Taft, Oklahoma, and high school in Wewoka, Oklahoma, 1933-1941; instructor of English, Social Science, and Math, L ...
dies at age 78; biographical sketch; portrait (M)
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His first film, the story of a young woman’s erotic adventures, was initially blocked by French censors but became a runaway hit.
A master of the assist, he played alongside Bill Walton and Jamaal Wilkes on teams that John Wooden led to the N.C.A.A. championship in 1972 and 1973.
He first gained wide recognition for his work with John Coltrane. He went on to a fertile, prolific career, releasing dozens of albums as a leader.