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Rena Price Is Dead at 97; Catalyst for the Watts Riots

2013-06-29T22:32:00+0000

Ms. Price had a seminal role in the riots that gripped Los Angeles in the summer of 1965, the biggest uprising by blacks in the United States since the slave revolts.


W. Watts Biggers, Creator of ‘Underdog’ Cartoon, Dies at 85

2013-02-19T01:22:45+0000

Mr. Biggers, an advertising account manager, also wrote the infectious “Underdog” theme song.


Glenn E. Watts, 82, Is Dead; Led Communications Workers

2002-09-06T05:00:00+0000

Glenn E Watts, former president of Communications Workers of America, dies at age 82; photo (M)


Paid Notice: Deaths WATTS, CHARLES HENRY II.

2001-09-30T05:00:00+0000

WATTS-Charles Henry II. September 27, 2001; Freedom, NH. Charles H. Watts II of Freedom, New Hampshire and Boston, Massachusetts, died unexpectedly of a heart attack yesterday at his farm in New Hampshire. He was the beloved husband of Patricia McQuillen Watts. Born in 1926 in Bronxville, New York, Mr. Watts was the only child of Charles H. and Mabel L. Watts. He married Patricia Dorothy McQuillen, also of Bronxville, in 1951. After completing his Ph.D. in American Literature at Brown University ...


Rena Price Is Dead at 97; Catalyst for the Watts Riots

2013-06-29T22:32:00+0000

Ms. Price had a seminal role in the riots that gripped Los Angeles in the summer of 1965, the biggest uprising by blacks in the United States since the slave revolts.


W. Watts Biggers, Creator of ‘Underdog’ Cartoon, Dies at 85

2013-02-19T01:22:45+0000

Mr. Biggers, an advertising account manager, also wrote the infectious “Underdog” theme song.


Glenn E. Watts, 82, Is Dead; Led Communications Workers

2002-09-06T05:00:00+0000

Glenn E Watts, former president of Communications Workers of America, dies at age 82; photo (M)


Paid Notice: Deaths WATTS, CHARLES HENRY II.

2001-09-30T05:00:00+0000

WATTS-Charles Henry II. September 27, 2001; Freedom, NH. Charles H. Watts II of Freedom, New Hampshire and Boston, Massachusetts, died unexpectedly of a heart attack yesterday at his farm in New Hampshire. He was the beloved husband of Patricia McQuillen Watts. Born in 1926 in Bronxville, New York, Mr. Watts was the only child of Charles H. and Mabel L. Watts. He married Patricia Dorothy McQuillen, also of Bronxville, in 1951. After completing his Ph.D. in American Literature at Brown University ...


Rena Price Is Dead at 97; Catalyst for the Watts Riots

2013-06-29T22:32:00+0000

Ms. Price had a seminal role in the riots that gripped Los Angeles in the summer of 1965, the biggest uprising by blacks in the United States since the slave revolts.


W. Watts Biggers, Creator of ‘Underdog’ Cartoon, Dies at 85

2013-02-19T01:22:45+0000

Mr. Biggers, an advertising account manager, also wrote the infectious “Underdog” theme song.



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