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Paid Notice: Deaths WARD, ARTHUR DOWNS

2002-01-30T05:00:00+0000

WARD-Arthur Downs. Of Forest Hills, NY. A retired Navy Captain with a lifetime of service in naval aviation. Active leader with the Naval Aviation Commandery, the Navy League and the Association of Naval Aviation. A long career in the popular music field as manager of singing groups ''The Honey Dreamers'' and ''The Arbors''. President of A&R Recording Inc, NY, NY. Husband of the late Sally Fisher. Loving father of Candy Ward-Ruchala, Karen Ward-Rode, Arthur, Jr. and Russell Fisher Ward. Grandfat ...


Dr. Marshall H. Klaus, Maternity-Ward Reformer, Dies at 90

2017-08-25T19:48:17+0000

Dr. Klaus’s research led many hospitals to allow closer contact between parents and babies immediately after birth.


Hope, and New Life, in a Brooklyn Maternity Ward Fighting Covid-19

2020-04-12T09:01:15+0000

In a hospital at the center of the crisis, nearly 200 babies have arrived since March. Some pregnant women have fallen extremely ill, but doctors are winning battles for their lives and their children’s.


Hope, and New Life, in a Brooklyn Maternity Ward Fighting Covid-19

2020-04-12T09:01:15+0000

In a hospital at the center of the crisis, nearly 200 babies have arrived since March. Some pregnant women have fallen extremely ill, but doctors are winning battles for their lives and their children’s.


Ward Just, 84, Dies; Ex-Journalist Found Larger Truths in Fiction

2019-12-20T16:27:58+0000

After covering the Vietnam War and Washington, Mr. Just turned to writing novels that probed American society.


Ward Hall, Who Kept the Sideshow Going, Is Dead at 88

2018-09-06T22:36:16+0000

Withstanding decades of cultural change, his World of Wonders presented oddities and amazements at carnivals and fairs all over the United States.


Dr. Marshall H. Klaus, Maternity-Ward Reformer, Dies at 90

2017-08-25T19:48:17+0000

Dr. Klaus’s research led many hospitals to allow closer contact between parents and babies immediately after birth.


Ward Chamberlin Jr., Architect of Nation’s Public Broadcasting, Dies at 95

2017-02-28T01:29:52+0000

Mr. Chamberlin pioneered an enduring decentralized network model of independent public stations and supported documentaries like Ken Burns’s “The Civil War.”


Aileen Ward, Author of Award-Winning Keats Biography, Dies at 97

2016-06-08T00:17:12+0000

Professor Ward spent nine years researching “John Keats: The Making of a Poet,” which won the National Book Award in 1964.


Horace Ward, U.S. Judge Who Triumphed Over Bias, Dies at 88

2016-04-27T23:50:46+0000

Mr. Ward sued the University of Georgia after it rejected his law school application because of his race. He became Georgia’s first black federal judge.



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Tue, 23 Apr 2024 18:41:55 +0000

They were distinct people who pursued different lives. “Get past this already, everybody,” Lori said, “get past it and learn to know the individual person.”

Terry Anderson, Reporter Held Hostage for Six Years, Dies at 76

Mon, 22 Apr 2024 17:07:12 +0000

The Beirut bureau chief for The Associated Press, he was kidnapped in 1985 by Islamic militants.

Roman Gabriel, Star Quarterback of the 1960s and ’70s, Dies at 83

Tue, 23 Apr 2024 22:24:39 +0000

In 16 seasons with the Los Angeles Rams and the Philadelphia Eagles, he played in four Pro Bowl games and was voted Most Valuable Player in 1969.

David H. Pryor, Arkansas Senator and Clinton Ally, Dies at 89

Sat, 20 Apr 2024 21:28:20 +0000

During his 34 years as an elected official, Mr. Pryor was sometimes said to be more liberal, especially on racial issues, than the people who elected him.

Lourdes Portillo, Oscar-Nominated Documentary Filmmaker, Dies at 80

Mon, 22 Apr 2024 04:07:35 +0000

Her films centered on Latin American experiences and received wide acclaim.

William F. Pepper, 86, Dies; Claimed the Government Killed Dr. King

Sat, 20 Apr 2024 12:51:45 +0000

He represented James Earl Ray and the King family in efforts to prove that Dr. King was the victim of a conspiracy, becoming a celebrity among the conspiracy-minded.



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