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Although he knew little about fashion when he started, Mr. McCarthy rose to run Fairchild, the company that for many years published Women’s Wear Daily and W.
Mr. Rosenbaum’s career in education was cut short after he helped in an attempt to indict a police officer in 1951 and attracted Senator Joseph R. McCarthy’s attention.
When Dr. Peress, a dentist serving in the Army, was promoted to major, Senator Joseph R. McCarthy said he was convinced it was part of “special treatment for Communists.”
Mr. Marder may not have gotten a lot of the glory for helping bring down a Red-baiting Senator Joe McCarthy, but he deserves much of the credit, colleagues said.
Mr. McCarthy, a computer scientist, helped design the foundation of today’s Web-based computing and was a top researcher in artificial intelligence, a term he coined.
Working with Edward R. Murrow, Mr. Wershba interviewed Lt. Milo Radulovich, whose dismissal from the Air Force became a symbol of the anti-Communism of the 1950s.
Mr. McCarthy will always be best known as the star of the 1956 sci-fi movie “Invasion of the Body Snatchers.”
Thomas E. Fairchild was a federal appeals court judge for four decades who tried unsuccessfully to unseat Senator Joseph McCarthy in 1952.
McCARTHY--John A. The Society of the Friendly Sons of St. Patrick in the City of New York, records with profound sorrow the death of John A. McCarthy a Member of the Society, and extends sincere sympathy to his family. Alfred E. Smith IV, President Henry F. White, Jr. Historian
McCARTHY--John A. Jack McCarthy, age 75 of Atlanta, GA, formerly of New York City died Thursday, December 14th, 2006. A graduate of Georgetown University, Mr. McCarthy received his law degree from Fordham University. He served as Vice President, Director of Corporate Real Estate for R.J. Reynolds Nabisco where he enjoyed a fulfilling career in real estate. Mr. McCarthy is survived by his loving wife, Marilyn Barry McCarthy; his children and spouses, Mark B. and GaiLynn McCarthy; Marie Louise McC ...
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