Delia Goetz,100, whose travels as an education specialist...


July 14, 1996

Delia Goetz,100, whose travels as an education specialist for the U.S. government provided her with material for more than a score of children's books, died June 26 at her home in Washington, D.C. "Panchita, a Little Girl of Guatemala," was the first of her many books for young readers.

Thomas S. Foster,66, a philanthropist and founder of one of the nation's largest direct mail marketing firms, died Thursday of cancer in Peoria, Ill. He started Foster & Gallagher Inc. in 1949 from the basement of his father's drugstore in Princeville, Ill., while a marketing student at Bradley University.

Lou Gottlieb,72, a bass player with the 1960s folk group the Limeliters and founder of the Morning Star Ranch commune near Graton, Calif., died Thursday after suffering internal bleeding in Sebastopol, Calif. Mr. Gottlieb had a doctorate in musicology.

Pub Date: 7/14/96


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