E. John Lewis, 78, a founder of the Pacifica radio...


October 18, 1994

E. John Lewis, 78, a founder of the Pacifica radio network, died of a heart attack Oct. 11 at his home in Plandome, N.Y. In 1949, he helped to create the Pacifica Foundation and its flagship station, KPFA in Berkeley, Calif., which were the brainchild of his friend, Lewis Hill. Pacifica is known for its liberal and pacifist bent.

Kenneth Moses, 67, of Marysville, Wash., a Snoqualmie Indian and logger revered by Indians in western Washington as a traditional healer, died Oct. 7 in Hawaii of a heart attack.

Conrad Pickel, 88, a stained-glass artist whose works decorate more than 700 churches, died Friday in Boynton Beach, Fla. He was a teen-ager in his native Germany when he learned the art of stained-glass windows as an apprentice at Munich's Franz Mayer studios.

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