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TODAY: Lord Avonside, former Senator of the College of Justice in Scotland, 79; Dr James Barber, Master, Hatfield College, Durham, 62; Professor Lord Bauer, economist, 78; Mr James Bowman, operatic counter- tenor, 52; Mr Frank Carson, comedian, 67; M Jacques Charrier, actor, 57; Mr Ray Coniff, song-writer and arranger, 77; Miss Sally Field, actress, 47; Mr Glen Frey, rock musician and singer, 45; Dr Keith Griffin, economist, 55; Mr Nigel Havers, actor, 44; Mr Bernat Klein, chairman, Bernat Klein Ltd, 71; Mr Leonard Miall, historian, 79; Mr David Montgomery, chief executive, London Live Television, 45; Admiral Sir Anthony Morton, King of Arms, Order of the British Empire, 70; Mr Mike Nichols, film and theatre director, 62; Mr PJ Proby, rock singer, 55; Lt-Gen Sir David Ramsbotham, Adjutant General, 59; Professor Sir Martin Roth, psychiatrist, 76; Mr Ron Saunders, football manager, 61; Sir Oliver Scott Bt, radiobiologist, 71; Maj- Gen James Scott Elliott, former Lieutenant of the County of Dumfries, 91; Sir George Sinclair, former colonial administrator, 81; Mr Malcolm Thyne, Headmaster, Fettes College, 51; Sir Gordon Whitteridge, former diplomat, 85; Mr Graeme Wood, cricketer, 37.

TOMORROW: Mr Ian Balding, racehorse trainer, 55; Mr John Barnes, footballer, 30; Air Marshal Sir John Donald, 66; Sir John Egan, chief executive, BAA, 54; The Rev Professor Christopher Evans, New Testament scholar, 84; Dr Charles Goodson- Wickes MP, 48; Dr Billy Graham, evangelist, 75; Mrs Lucinda Green, Olympic horsewoman, 40; Lord Greenhill of Harrow, former head of the Diplomatic Service, 80; Mr John Grieves, senior partner, Freshfields, 58; Admiral Sir Nicholas Hunt, 63; Mr Michael Jackaman, chairman, Allied- Lyons, 58; Dame Gwyneth Jones, operatic soprano, 57; Mr Wolf Mankowitz, author and playwright, 69; Miss Joni Mitchell, singer, 50; Sir John Muir, former chairman, James Finlay and Co Ltd, 83; Mr Jonathan Palmer, racing driver, 37; Miss Su Pollard, actress, 44; The Right Rev George Sessford, Bishop of Moray, Ross and Caithness, 65; Miss Jean Shrimpton, former model, 51; Air Marshal Sir Ronald Stuart-Paul, former Director-General, Saudi Air Force Project, 59; Dame Joan Sutherland, operatic soprano, 67; Mrs Helen Suzman, politician, 76; Dame Jean Taylor, former Chief Clerk, Office of the Private Secretary to the Queen, 77; Sir Anthony Wheeler, former President, Royal Scottish Academy, 74; Baroness White, former government minister, 84.



National Gallery: Mari Griffith, 'Storms (i): Delacroix, Christ on the Cross', 12pm.

Victoria & Albert Museum: Halina Taborska, 'Victoriana', 2.30pm.

Tate Gallery: Laurence Bradbury, 'Unlikely Subjects: smoke and smoke- stacks', 1pm.


Tate Gallery: Laurence Bradbury, 'Prophetic Art', 2.30pm.


British Red Cross

The Princess of Wales was the guest of honour at a lunch yesterday, hosted by Lord Archer of Weston-super-Mare and held by the British Red Cross, at Mirabelle Restaurant, London W1, in honour of the winners of the Care in Crisis Awards. Lord Archer, Mr Gavin Campbell, Mr Michael Whitlam, Director-General of the British Red Cross, and Mr John Gray, Director of Public Affairs of the British Red Cross, were the speakers. Among those present were:

Mr Nicholas Bonham; Mr Henry Cooper; Mr Donald Sinden; Mr Tony Britton; Ms Anneka Rice; Mr Harvey Goldsmith.

Royal Air Force

The RAF South East/London Joint Area Organisation 23rd Anniversary dinner will be held in the Officers Mess, RAF Uxbridge, on Friday 21 January 1994. All former members wishing to attend and requiring further details should contact Flying Officer JM Doyle at West Drayton, 0895 423269/ GPTN 8243 3269.