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MARIA GUERRERO, ACTRESS, IS DEAD; Spanish "Sarah Bernhardt" Dies in Madrid From Blood Poisoning. HER BODY LIES IN STATE The Wife of Don Fernando de Mendoza, Duke of Balazato, Also aStar--Acted Here Last Year.

1928-01-24T05:00:00+0000

Guerrero, M


Rosendo and Rogelio Mendoza, Twins and Texas Welders, Die at 56

2020-12-21T21:03:18+0000

The Mendoza brothers, identical twins who worked together, died of complications of Covid-19 on the same day.


Paid Notice: Deaths MENDOZA, NAVA, JAIME

2005-06-05T05:00:00+0000

MENDOZA - NAVA -- Jaime. Bolivian composer, age 79, died in Los Angeles on May, 31, 2005. Survived by his wife Billie and their family. For information, 818-361-7387.


Paid Notice: Deaths MENDOZA, DR. BARBARA M.

2003-10-29T05:00:00+0000

MENDOZA--Dr. Barbara M., died at her home on October 26, 2003 of lung cancer. In 1940, Eleanor Roosevelt invited a few college students to tea at the White House. Dr. Mendoza was at that meeting, which set the course for her life. Mrs. Roosevelt was very enthusiastic about the role of women, whether they were homemakers or career women. In each case, she said there were three things women should always be interested in-politics, education and the arts. Dr. Mendoza followed this advice in her per ...


Paid Notice: Deaths MENDOZA, DR. BARBARA M.

2003-10-28T05:00:00+0000

MENDOZA--Dr. Barbara M., died at her home on October 26, 2003 of lung cancer. In 1940, Eleanor Roosevelt invited a few college students to tea at the White House. Dr. Mendoza was at that meeting, which set the course for her life. Mrs. Roosevelt was very enthusiastic about the role of women, whether they were homemakers or career women. In each case, she said there were three things women should always be interested in-politics, education and the arts. Dr. Mendoza followed this advice in her per ...


Paid Notice: Deaths NATHANSON, SHIRLEY MENDOZA

1999-09-17T05:00:00+0000

NATHANSON-Shirley Mendoza, on Sept. 15, 1999. Deeply loved wife of the late Jules Nathanson. Dear mother of Irwin ''Sandy'' (Karen) Nathanson and Howard (Sarah Anne Patz) Nathanson. Dear grandmother to Eric, Scott, Andrew, Rebecca, Brooke & Ariel Nathanson. Dear sister-in-law, aunt, cousin and friend. Life member of Temple Israel of Jamaica. Administrator 22 years, Long Island Jewish-Hillside Hospital. Volunteer Ronald McDonald House of L.I. and many other organizations. Resident of the Bronx, J ...


Paid Notice: Deaths LANE, MIRIAM COLM (NEE MENDOZA)

1999-05-18T05:00:00+0000

LANE-Miriam Colm (nee Mendoza). On May 16, 1999. Beloved aunt of Judith Mendoza, Zoe Brown, Betty Viereck. Dear stepmother to Robert and Susan Lane, Harriet Lane, Arthur and DeDee Lane, Richard and Susan Lane. Cherished sister-in-law of Lynn Pressman Raymond. Grandmother and great grandmother. President of William I. Sirovich Memorial Association, she was a special lady and a great friend to all. Friends may call at Frank E. Campbell, 1076 Madison Avenue at 81 Street on Tuesday evening 6-8 PM. F ...


CHILE RUSHES AID TO FLOOD VICTIMS; Pack Mules and Small Boats to Carry Supplies to Mendoza Region of Argentina. DEATH LIST EXCEEDS FIFTY Ten Months Required to Reopen Transandine Rail Service -Volcano Is Active.

1934-01-16T05:00:00+0000

SANTIAGO, Chile, Jan. 15. -- More than fifty persons known dead, hundreds injured and property damage between $7,000,000 and $10,000,000 are reported by a Chilean expedition just returned from the Mendoza region of Argentina, swept by a flood last Thursday.


ARGENTINE FLOOD WORST IN HISTORY; 23 Dead and Property Loss of $5,000,000 Reported After Partial Mendoza Check. 75-FOOT WALL OF WATER Bridges and Water Works Swept Away at Cacheuta -- Nation Cut Off From Chile.

1934-01-13T05:00:00+0000

Bridges and water works swept away; country cut off from Chile


ECUADOREANS DRIVE REBELS FROM FORT; Mendoza Forces Flee in Seized Naval Craft -- Guayaquil Sees Rebellion Ended. CHILEAN REVOLT DIES DOWN Government Takes Up Economic Problems, Including Hoarding and Unemployment Relief.

1932-04-10T05:00:00+0000

Govt forces drive rebels from Fort Punta Piedras; revolt believed ended



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