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Amsterdam Funeral Chapel
13 Belmont Place
Amsterdam , NY 12010
(518) 842-3113
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Betz John G Funeral Director
171 Guy Park Avenue
Amsterdam , NY 12010
(518) 843-1920
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Louisiana Red remembered by German fan - Pittsburgh Post Gazette

Tue, Mar 6, 2012
I've read, but from several conversations I had with him, mainly before or after shows. Going to the BMA's in 2010 I was lucky to be on the same flight with Red going from Amsterdam to Memphis and again on the way back.  Coming "home" to Germany he was a different man.  From all that I know I am sure that the 2010 BMA's crowned his career. May he rest easy now!Helmut Krug, Baiersdorf, Germany Subscribe to this comment's feed ...

Billy Strange dies at 81; guitarist, arranger for Presley, Nancy Sinatra - Los Angeles Times

Sun, Feb 26, 2012
Strange recalled in 2002, when "A Little Less Conversation," a song that he and Mac Davis had written for Presley 33 years earlier, suddenly was a hit again thanks to an electronic dance remix by Amsterdam DJ Junkie XL. "I lost a dear friend when Elvis died. I couldn't bring myself to go to the funeral of one who expired so needlessly and tragically." Strange's path intersected with that of another 20th century pop music titan when he and songwriter-producer Lee Hazlewood were auditioning songs with Nancy Sinatra for her debut album. "Lee and Billy came over and Lee was picking some things on the guitar, and I said, 'I like the one about the boots,' " Nancy told Larry King in 2002. "My dad, when he was leaving, he said, 'You're right. It's the one about the boots.' A hit song is a hit song. The only other time I felt that feeling was with 'Somethin' Stupid,' and it also went to No. 1." Strange served as arranger on most of her recordings and also played on many of them.

Una Mulzac, Harlem Bookseller With a Passion for Black Politics, Dies at 88

Sun, Feb 5, 2012
There’s nothing wrong with being a street sweeper,” she told The New York Amsterdam News in 1995. “It’s simply not the profession I have chosen.” Ms. Mulzac’s profession was selling books at Liberation Bookstore, a Harlem landmark that for four decades specialized in materials promoting black identity and black power. On one side of the front door, a sign declared, “If you don’t know, learn.” On the other: “If you know, teach.” She was convinced that the city’s purpose in asking her to sweep a strip of Malcolm X Boulevard was ... (New York Times)

NY Times writer who covered JFK assassination dies - Atlanta Journal Constitution

Mon, Nov 28, 2011
The shots ringing out in Dealey Plaza marked the beginning of the end of innocence." In this September 1971 photo, civil rights attorney William Kunstler, left, talks to Amsterdam News Publisher Clarence Jones, right, with New York Times reporter Tom Wicker, center, in the background outside Attica Prison in Attica, N.Y. Wicker, who covered President John F. Kennedy’s assassination for the Times, went on to serve as the paper's Washington bureau chief and columnist, has died at his home in Rochester, Vt. He was 85. (AP Photo/The New York Times, William E. Sauro) MANDATORY CREDIT; NO SALES; NO ARCHIVE; FOR USE WITH TOM WICKER’S OBITUARY ONLY In this Sept. 13, 1963 photo,...

Klaas P. Honig, MD - The Suffolk Times

Sat, Oct 8, 2011
Java in the former Dutch East Indies (now Indonesia). He returned to the Netherlands to complete his education and medical school training at the University of Amsterdam. In 1940, when he was 17, the outbreak of World War II and the occupation of Holland interrupted his education. He avoided mandatory conscription in the German army by going into hiding in a remote region of Holland. In 1944 he returned to Amsterdam, joined the underground resistance and published transcribed BBC news broadcasts as the...

Derrick Bell, Pioneering Harvard Law Professor, Dies at 80

Thu, Oct 6, 2011
Wednesday in New York. He was 80. Mr. Bell, a resident of the Upper West Side, died of carcinoid cancer at St. Luke’s-Roosevelt Hospital at 114th Street and Amsterdam Avenue, said his wife, Janet Dewart. Mr. Bell was the first tenured black professor at Harvard Law School and later the first black dean of a law school that is not historically black. But he was perhaps better known for resigning from prestigious jobs than for accepting them. In his 20s, while working at the Civil Rights Division of the Justice Department, he was told to give up his membership in ... (New York Times)

Klaas P. Honig, MD - The Suffolk Times

Tue, Sep 27, 2011
Java in the former Dutch East Indies (now Indonesia). He returned to the Netherlands to complete his education and medical school training at the University of Amsterdam. In 1940, when he was 17, the outbreak of World War II and the occupation of Holland interrupted his education. He avoided mandatory conscription in the German army by going into hiding in a remote region of Holland. In 1944 he returned to Amsterdam, joined the underground resistance and published transcribed BBC news broadcasts as the...




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