TOMORROW: Sir Peter Carey, chairman, Dalgety, 69; Professor Gioconda De Vito, violinist, 85; Miss Susan George, actress, 42; Mr Vitas Gerulaitas, tennis player, 38; Mr Mick Jagger, rock singer, 49; Miss Barbara Jefford, actress, 62; Dr John Kilgour, medical examiner, DSS, 68; Mr Stanley Kubrick, film producer and director, 64; Mr Danny La Rue, entertainer, 65; Professor James Lovelock, chemist and biologist, 73; Dr Brian Mawhinney, MP, Minister of State for Health, 52; Miss Helen Mirren, actress, 46; Baroness Oppenheim-Barnes, former government minister, 62; Mr Lance Percival, entertainer, 59; Sir Frank Price, former chairman, British Waterways, 70; Sir Derek Riches, former diplomat, 80; Mr Jason Robards, actor, 70; Miss Bernice Rubens, novelist, 64; Professor Sir John Stallworthy, obstetrician and gynaecologist, 86; Lord Thorneycroft, former Chairman of the Conservative Party, 83; Mr Malcolm Wells, former chairman, Charterhouse Japhet, 65.
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TODAY: Sir Clifford Boulton, Clerk of the House of Commons, 62; Mr Clive Bradley, chief executive, Publishers' Association, 58; Mr James Butler, sculptor, 61; Sir William Coats, former chairman, Coats Patons, 68; Miss Lynne Frederick, actress, 38; Sir Charles Gordon, former Clerk of the House of Commons, 74; Sir Kenneth Macdonald, diplomat, 62; Sir John McMichael, former director, British Postgraduate Medical Federation, 88; Sir David Napley, solicitor, 77; Professor William Niblett, educationist, 86; Sir Derek Palmar, chairman, Yorkshire Television, 73; Lord Renfrew of Kaimsthorn, archaeologist and Master of Jesus College, Cambridge, 55; Mr Brian Robson, former civil servant, 66; The Right Rev Barry Rogerson, Bishop of Bristol, 56; Miss Annie Ross, singer, 62.