* Bob Armstrong, 82, a two-time Grammy nominee who was...

DEATHS ELSEWHERE

April 28, 1994

* Bob Armstrong, 82, a two-time Grammy nominee who was Jack Paar's musical arranger on the "Tonight Show," died Monday in Buffalo, N.Y. Police were investigating the death as a possible homicide because Mr. Armstrong had been attacked twice in the past month by another patient at Veterans Hospital. After leaving Mr. Paar's show in 1962, Mr. Armstrong was a musical arranger for RCA records, where he was nominated for two Grammy Awards.

* Krista Blake, 22, an AIDS activist who was featured in a Newsweek cover story and traveled the country urging young people to use condoms, died Monday in Cleveland of AIDS. She also was featured in a national public service campaign by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

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