* Dr. Daniel Horn, 76, whose research on cigarette...

DEATHS ELSEWHERE

October 16, 1992

* Dr. Daniel Horn, 76, whose research on cigarette smoking's negative effects influenced public attitudes and government policy, died Oct. 7 at the Hunterdon Medical Center in Flemington, N.J., after a heart attack.

* Frank B. Mercurio, 80, a longtime enforcer of labor laws and foe of the sweatshops in New York and New Jersey, died Saturday at St. Mary's Hospital in West Palm Beach, Fla.

* Alvin Z. Rosenfeld, 73, vice director for the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum and a foreign correspondent for newspapers and television, died of cancer Saturday at Georgetown Hospital in Washington.

* Joseph Toy Curtiss, a member of the Yale University English faculty for nearly four decades, died of heart failure Sunday at his home in Simsbury, Conn., at age 91. During World War II, Mr. Curtiss was one of several Yale professors who played a significant role in the Office of Strategic Services operations, rising to become head of American counter-intelligence in Turkey.

* Frank R. Ford, former chief editorial writer for Scripps Howard newspapers, died Monday at 93.

* J. R. Mapel, who demonstrated ethanol could be produced on the farm and used to run farm equipment, died Oct. 9 of cancer. He was 66.

* Locke Jacobs, 62, a self-taught geologist credited with finding Alaska's first commercial deposit of oil, died Monday of a heart attack at his horse farm in Idaho.

* Howard Jones, 69, who as a state judge served former Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller on commissions on drug control and legal code reform, died Sunday of a heart ailment.

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