Saturday 24 April 1993
TOMORROW: Mr Eric Bristow, darts champion, 36; Sir Robin Cater, former chairman, Distillers Company, 74; Mr Anthony Christopher, former trade-union leader, 68; Mr Johann Cruyff, Dutch football manager, 46; Mr David de Peyer, director- general, Cancer Research Campaign, 59; Miss Ella Fitzgerald, singer, 75; Lord Gladwyn, author and former diplomat, 93; Sir Francis Graham- Smith, former Astronomer Royal, 70; Lord Hayter, a Deputy Chairman, House of Lords, 82; The Earl of Lichfield, photographer, 54; Mr Ian McCartney MP, 42; Mr David Machin, Under Treasurer, Gray's Inn, 59; Lady Marre, former chairman, BBC and IBA Central Appeals Advisory Committee, 73; Surgeon Vice- Admiral Sir Godfrey Milton-Thompson, 63; Mr Buster Mottram, tennis player, 38; Judge Marian Norrie, circuit judge, 53; Mr Al Pacino, actor, 53; Judge Helen Paling, circuit judge, 60; Mr William Roache, actor, 61; Mr David Shepherd, artist, 62; Lord Skidelsky, Professor of International Studies, Warwick University, 54; Mrs Veronica Sutherland, Assistant Under-Secretary of State, Foreign and Commonwealth Office, 54; Mr Bjorn Ulvaeus, singer with the Abba group, 48.
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