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Gregory Powell, ‘The Onion Field’ Killer, Dies at 79

2012-08-14T03:10:06+0000

Mr. Powell was convicted of kidnapping and killing a Los Angeles police officer in 1963, a brutal crime that inspired the popular book and film “The Onion Field.”


HICKMAN POWELL, EX-STATE AIDE, 66; Former Journalist Dies Also Advised Dewey

1966-12-23T05:00:00+0000

Powell, Hickman


Hecky Powell, Barbecue Master and Civic Leader, Dies at 71

2020-06-04T20:32:12+0000

From his restaurant in Evanston, Ill., he fed hungry students and the Chicago Bulls, and counseled high schoolers, mayors, a governor and a young Barack Obama.


William Powell, ‘Anarchist Cookbook’ Writer, Dies at 66

2017-03-29T23:29:09+0000

The author was an angry teenager when he began research on the book, which outlined weapon use, bomb-building techniques and drug manufacturing.


Art Powell, Star Receiver Who Protested Segregation, Dies at 78

2015-04-16T01:38:34+0000

The star receiver for the New York Titans and the Oakland Raiders in the 1960s was a persistent voice protesting the segregation encountered by the pro football players of his time.


Charlie Powell, a Standout Regardless of the Sport, Dies at 82

2014-09-06T00:53:06+0000

Described by a San Diego newspaper as “arguably the greatest athlete ever to come out of San Diego County,” Powell excelled at pro football, baseball and boxing.


Maxine Powell, Motown’s Maven of Style, Dies at 98

2013-10-17T00:16:07+0000

Ms. Powell was the director of the label’s in-house finishing school in the 1960s and was considered in no small part responsible for its early success.


Gregory Powell, ‘The Onion Field’ Killer, Dies at 79

2012-08-14T03:10:06+0000

Mr. Powell was convicted of kidnapping and killing a Los Angeles police officer in 1963, a brutal crime that inspired the popular book and film “The Onion Field.”


Benny Powell, Who Played Trombone With Count Basie, Is Dead at 80

2010-07-04T02:26:43+0000

Mr. Powell recorded with everyone from Sinatra to Screamin’ Jay Hawkins but was best known for his long tenure with Count Basie’s big band.


African-American Golf Pioneer Bill Powell Dies at 93

2010-01-02T01:14:46+0000

Mr. Powell was the first African-American to build, own and operate a golf course.



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Sat, 02 Jul 2022 21:19:29 +0000

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Fri, 01 Jul 2022 21:46:45 +0000

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