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Kathryn Popper, Last Surviving Actor in ‘Citizen Kane,’ Dies at 100

2016-03-09T01:10:11+0000

Mrs. Popper was Orson Welles’s assistant and played a photographer in the 1941 film who asked, “What’s Rosebud?”


Bob Kane, 83, the Cartoonist Who Created 'Batman,' Is Dead

2010-10-22T16:07:34+0000

the American cartoonist best known for creating 'Batman,'


Ray Kane, Master of Slack-Key Guitar, Dies at 82

2008-03-05T05:00:00+0000

Mr. Kane, a welder by trade who learned the slack-key guitar as a boy, was among the first people to bring the instrument into the concert hall.


Paid Notice: Deaths KANE, HOWARD L.

2005-04-08T05:00:00+0000

KANE -- Howard L. The trustees, directors, staff, participants and beneficiaries of the 1199 SEIU Benefit and Pension Funds mourn the loss of our valued actuary and advisor, Howard L. Kane. Howard served the Funds for more than 30 years with indispensable expertise that helped us improve the quality of life for our members. His contributions have ensured our ability to provide health care and pension benefits today and in the future. We offer our deepest sympathy to Sandra, Wendy and the Kane fa ...


Kathryn Popper, Last Surviving Actor in ‘Citizen Kane,’ Dies at 100

2016-03-09T01:10:11+0000

Mrs. Popper was Orson Welles’s assistant and played a photographer in the 1941 film who asked, “What’s Rosebud?”


Bob Kane, 83, the Cartoonist Who Created 'Batman,' Is Dead

2010-10-22T16:07:34+0000

the American cartoonist best known for creating 'Batman,'


Ray Kane, Master of Slack-Key Guitar, Dies at 82

2008-03-05T05:00:00+0000

Mr. Kane, a welder by trade who learned the slack-key guitar as a boy, was among the first people to bring the instrument into the concert hall.


Kathryn Popper, Last Surviving Actor in ‘Citizen Kane,’ Dies at 100

2016-03-09T01:10:11+0000

Mrs. Popper was Orson Welles’s assistant and played a photographer in the 1941 film who asked, “What’s Rosebud?”


Bob Kane, 83, the Cartoonist Who Created 'Batman,' Is Dead

2010-10-22T16:07:34+0000

the American cartoonist best known for creating 'Batman,'


Ray Kane, Master of Slack-Key Guitar, Dies at 82

2008-03-05T05:00:00+0000

Mr. Kane, a welder by trade who learned the slack-key guitar as a boy, was among the first people to bring the instrument into the concert hall.



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Sat, 01 Oct 2022 12:02:40 +0000

A utility player for the powerhouse Yankees of the 1960s, he later became the first Black manager at minor league baseball’s highest level.



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