Birthdays

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Birthdays

Professor Neil Armstrong, first man on the Moon, 68; Dr Duane Arnold, Principal, St Chad's College, Durham University, 45; Mr Billy Bingham, football manager, 67; Sir Michael Drury, Emeritus Professor of General Practice, Birmingham University, 72; Miss Barbara Flynn, actress, 50; Miss Joan Hickson, actress, 92; Lord Hindlip, chairman, Christie's International, 58; Mr Alan Howard, actor, 61; Field Marshal Lord Inge, Constable of the Tower of London, 63; Mr Richard Jewson, former chairman, Meyer International, 54; Sir Michael Kerry, former Procurator General, 75; Mr Michal Kovac, President of Slovakia, 68; Sir Bert Millichip, Life Vice-President, the Football Association, 84; Mr John Monks, General Secretary, TUC, 53; Mr Turlough O'Donnell, former Lord of Appeal, Northern Ireland, 74; Mr Rodney Pattison, yachtsman, 55; Mr Keith Pearson, former Headmaster, George Heriot's School, Edinburgh, 57; Sir Eric Pountain, chairman, James Beattie, 65; The Hon Miriam Rothschild, zoologist and entomologist, 90; Sir Nicholas Scott, former MP, 65; Lord Sefton of Garston, former chairman, North West Economic Planning Council, 83; Mr Peter Smith, chairman, Coopers and Lybrand, 52; Mr John Spellar MP, Parliamentary Under-Secretary, Defence, 51; Mr Jimmy Webb, songwriter, 52; Mr John Whitaker, showjumper, 43.

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