The Rev. Bert Webb, 88, an assistant general...

DEATHS ELSEWHERE

January 20, 1995

The Rev. Bert Webb, 88, an assistant general superintendent of the Assemblies of God for 20 years, died Monday in Springfield, Mo., after a brief illness.

Migel Torga, 87, a novelist and poet who wrote about rural life in Portugal, died Tuesday in the northern city of Coimbra after a long illness. The retired country doctor published more than 50 novels and books of poetry. His most famous books include "Animals," "The Creation of the World" and "Mountain Tales."

Paul Delouvrier, 80, who oversaw the modernization of the Paris area through much of the 1960s, died Monday in Paris. As government delegate for the Paris area from 1961 to 1969, he mapped out and built satellite cities around the capital to house millions of people drawn to Paris as France enjoyed an unprecedented wave of prosperity.

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