TOMORROW: Field Marshal Lord Bramall, Lord-Lieutenant of Greater London, 71; Miss Frances Crook, director, Howard League for Penal Reform, 42; Mr Jules Dassin, film director, 82; Lt-Cdr Ian Fraser VC, 74; Mr Christopher Fry, playwright, 87; Professor Michael Harrison, Vice-Chancellor, Wolverhampton University, 53; Mr Geoffrey Lofthouse MP, 69; Lord MacLean, a Senator of the College of Justice in Scotland, 56; Lord Merlyn-Rees, former Home Secretary, 74; Mr Muhammad Ali, boxer, 52; Mr Albert Pacey, director-general, National Criminal Intelligence Service, 56; Miss Annette Page, ballerina, 62; Dr Joyce Reynolds, historian, 76; Mr Keith Richard, guitarist with the Rolling Stones, 51; Lord Robens of Woldingham, former chairman, Coal Board and Vickers, 84; Mr Steven Spielberg, film producer and director, 47; Sir Christopher Stuart-White, High Court judge, 61; Mr Joe Wade, former trade-union leader, 75; The Right Rev Roy Williamson, Bishop of Southwark, 62.
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TODAY: Mr Simon Bates, disc jockey, 47; Mr Peter Blackburn, chairman and chief executive, Nestle UK, 54; Dame Mary Cartwright, mathematician, 94; Mr Christopher Cazenove, actor, 49; Lord de Villiers, barrister, 83; Lord Glenamara, former governme nt minister, 82; Mr Brian Hayes, radio presenter, 57; Mr Bernard Hill, actor, 50; Mr Dominic Lawson, Editor, the Spectator, 38; Lord McFadzean, former chairman, Rolls Royce, 91; Mr Kerry Packer, entrepreneur, 57; Sir Leonard Peach, chairman, Police Compl aints Authority, 62; Mr Robert Robinson, broadcaster and writer, 67; Mr David Smith, Headmaster, Bradford Grammar School, 60; Mr Tommy Steele, singer and actor, 58; Professor William Stewart, former Vice- Chancellor, Keele University, 79; Mr Cecil Walker MP, 70.