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The classically handsome baritone actor turned a comic-book superhero into live-action Pop Art in the 1960s television series “Batman.”
HARRY O. ELLllqGER, WEST POIHT (lOACH; i Assistant to Football Mentor, 'Red' Bla!k, Dies at Home of Congressman Hebert ACADEMY ALUMNUS OF '25 Noted Tactician, Star Guard of Army Teams, Formerly on Staff at Dartmouth
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Hundreds of West Virginians, two presidents and dozens of family members and friends paid tribute to the memory of Senator Robert C. Byrd.
WEST--Eric Fowler, 80, of Lyme, CT and Holderness, NH died September 21, 2004, at home after a long illness. He graduated from Harvard with the class of 1946 after serving in WWII as a fighter pilot with the Army Air Force. Mr. West was associated with Alcan, an international aluminum company, from 1947 to 1985. He held senior executive positions in North America, Latin America, Europe, the Middle East, and served on the Alcan Board of Directors. Other boards included Fiduciary Trust Internation ...
Mr. Walsh coached San Francisco to three Super Bowl titles and was one of pro football’s most influential figures.
The village of Duma had found a peaceful accommodation with its Jewish neighbors, but attitudes changed after the death of a Palestinian toddler.
William Edgar Stafford, a western poet and educator, died on Saturday at his home in Lake Oswego, Ore. He was 79. The cause was myocardial arrhythmia, his family said.
Mrs. Schmidt was a conservationist who won the affection of Germans as the down-to-earth, easygoing presence at the side of Helmut Schmidt, who led West Germany from 1974 to 1982.
Mr. Schmidt, elected in 1974, often appeared to disregard diplomacy, but he pushed his country into a forceful international role during the waning Cold War years.
4 IN FAMILY DEAD; MEXICANS MOURN; Jose de la Mora Had Called for Wife After Operation in West -- Daughters Victims
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