Saturday 31 August 1996
TOMORROW: Mr Komei Abe, composer, 85; Mr David Bairstow, cricketer, 45; Mr David Baldwin, chairman, Hewlett-Packard, 60; Sir Kenneth Bradshaw, former Clerk of the House of Commons, 74; Mr Richard Burden MP, 42; Miss Yvonne de Carlo, actress, 74; Sir David Carter, Regius Professor of Clinical Surgery, Edinburgh University, 56; Professor Ronald Cooke, Vice-Chancellor, York University, 55; Mr Richard Edis, ambassador to Tunisia, 53; Mr Gwynfor Evans, honorary president, Plaid Cymru, 84; Mrs Margaret Ewing MP, 51; Air Chief Marshal Sir Robert Freer, 73; Mr Barry Gibb, singer, 50; Mr Allen Jones, artist, 59; Baroness Park of Monmouth, former Principal, Somerville College, Oxford, 75; Lord Parkinson, former government minister, 65; Sir Austin Pearce, former chairman, British Aerospace, 75; Mr Manuel Pinero, golfer, 44; Lord Riverdale, former president, Balfour Darwins, 95; Mr Milton Shulman, film and theatre critic, 78; Mr Leonard Slatkin, conductor, 42; Lord Thomson of Fleet, newspaper proprietor, 73; Miss Lily Tomlin, actress, 57.
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