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Luis Jimenez, controversial sculptor, dies at age 65; photo (M)
Luis Jimenez was a sculptor whose color-splashed images of swirling dancers, roughneck cowboys in motion and the working class made him a controversial and easily recognized international figure in the art world.
JIMENEZ-Victor A. A resident of Park Slope for more than 25 years, a marine engineer and veteran of World War II, died at his home on January 29, 2000. He was 99. The cause was heart failure, his family said. He served as an engineer during the war in the Pacific and the Atlantic and was honorably discharged in 1945, but continued working on the ships until he retired in 1966. He is survived by his wife, Etelvina of 53 years, five daughters, Ethel Zogg, Mary Ann Kratz, Victoria McKenna, Helen Ji ...
Alberto Jimenez de Lucio, a United Nations official who was a former Minister of Industry and Commerce in his native Peru, died of a heart attack Sunday in Greenwich Hospital in Connecticut. He was 56 years old and lived in Greenwich.
Carlos A. Jimenez Dead at 55; Inter American Press Officer; Wire Service Editor Long a Crusader for Freedom of Information
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CARACAS REVOLT OUSTS DICTATOR; DEAD EXCEED 100; Perez Jimenez Overthrown in 2-Day Battle -- Flees Venezuela by Plane
CARACAS, Venezuela, Thursday, Jan. 23 -- The regime of Gen. Marcos Perez Jimenez was overthrown early today as the culmination of a bloody revolt.
JIMENEZ ASSUMES ROLE OF RECLUSE; Spanish Poet in Puerto Rico Cut Self Off From World When His Wife Died
H Taubman repts Jimenez has become recluse since wife's death
R. JIMENEZ, EX-HEAD OF COSTA RICA, 85; Only President to Serve Three Terms Dies--Former Chief Justice and Diplomat
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RIVAL ARMIES MOVE FOR CHIHUAHUA FIGHT; Calles Pushes On as Escobar Returns to Jimenez--Other Foes Manoeuvre in West. FIRST AIR DUEL IS FOUGHT Federals Claim Victory--Four Rebels Die in Bombing Raid --Naco Battle Looms. Federals Nearing Tepic. RIVAL A
Calles advances on Chihuahua; air attack on rebels at Jimenez; Monterey'a rept on Mazatlan battle
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