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GEN. RODRIGUEZ, MEXICAN FASCIST; Leader of Gold Shirts, Exiled as Enemy by Cardenas in 1936, Dies in Juarez GOT HIS TITLE FROM VILLA Continued Activities Along the Border--Had 800,000 Ready to March on Capital

1940-08-12T05:00:00+0000

Rodriguez (Gen), N


Margo Rodriguez, 89, Half of an Innovative Mambo Duo, Dies

2019-01-31T22:58:07+0000

As the dance team Augie and Margo, Mrs. Rodriguez and her husband helped mambo evolve from a nightclub craze into popular mainstream entertainment.


Evelyn Rodriguez, Mother of Girl Killed by MS-13, Remembered for Her Guts and Courage

2018-09-16T00:12:15+0000

After a shrine for her daughter was removed, Evelyn Rodriguez confronted a nearby driver, a friend said. They argued. The driver sped off and ran her over.


Raul Rodriguez, Who Showered Rose Parade With Bouquets on Wheels, Dies at 71

2015-02-20T19:19:33+0000

In addition to designing floats, Mr. Rodriguez also illustrated children’s books, created facades for casinos and made installations for stores and restaurants.


Raul Rodriguez, Who Showered Rose Parade With Bouquets on Wheels, Dies at 71

2015-02-20T11:48:35+0000

In addition to designing floats, Mr. Rodriguez also illustrated children’s books, created facades for casinos and made installations for stores and restaurants.


Augie Rodriguez, 86, Half of a Mambo Team, Dies

2014-07-26T20:21:48+0000

Mr. Rodriguez and his wife, Margo, were often accompanied by renowned bandleaders like Xavier Cugat.


Spain Rodriguez, Artist of Underground Comics, Dies at 72

2012-12-03T03:06:15+0000

Mr. Rodriguez was part of the heyday of the underground “comix” movement in publications like The East Village Other and Zap.


Amid Scandal, ‘Alex Rodriguez Park’ Is Unveiled

2009-02-14T02:43:29+0000

The dedication of the University of Miami’s baseball field to its generous benefactor had some awkward moments.


Paid Notice: Deaths RODRIGUEZ, ANTHONY J. (TUCHO, TONY)

2006-11-22T05:00:00+0000

RODRIGUEZ--Anthony J. (Tucho, Tony). Retired executive, passed away on Thursday, November 16, 2006 at Calvary Hospital after a valiant battle against pancreatic cancer. Over his 35 years in the clock industry, Tony--or as his family and closest friends called him, Tucho--served as Vice President of Bulova's Clock Division for 28 years . He later became President of Linden Clocks and Vice President of the Sharp Corporation. Tucho loved to play golf, poker, and the ponies; however, his greatest lo ...


Not Dead Yet: The Trade For Rodriguez Has Life

2003-12-20T05:00:00+0000

Negotiating between Texas Rangers and Boston Red Sox for shortstop Alex Rodriguez reportedly continues, despite declarations from both sides that no deal will be made; photo (M)



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Sat, 28 Jan 2023 15:04:12 +0000

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