Zaki Badr,71, Egypt's former interior minister, who...

Deaths Elsewhere

April 05, 1997

Zaki Badr,71, Egypt's former interior minister, who cracked down on Muslim militants opposed to Egypt's government, died in a U.S. hospital Thursday in Cairo of complications of liver disease.

Kenneth W. Clinton Sr.,48, a singer and percussionist who toured with the Ink Spots, died Sunday in Cleveland.

Jerry Cosentino,65, who served two terms as Illinois state treasurer and later pleaded guilty to bank fraud, died of a heart attack Thursday in Naples, Fla.

Howard Francis Shattuck Jr.,76, a former international counsel for Mobil Oil Corp. who directed a study of United Nations peacekeeping operations, died of cancer Wednesday in New York.

Manfred Westheimer,70, a telecommunications engineer and the husband of sex therapist Ruth Westheimer, died Thursday in New York of complications from a stroke suffered last week.

Helene-Diane Shulman Kravis Ruger,49, an interior designer known professionally as Hedi Kravis, died Wednesday at the Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. With her friend Elissa Cullman, known as Ellie, Ms. Kravis was a founding partner in 1984 of the Manhattan decorating firm of Cullman & Kravis.

Dr. Albert E. Manley,89, who in 23 years as its president guided Spelman College to becoming a highly ranked institution for career-minded women, died on March 28 at his vacation home in Montego Bay, Jamaica.

Pub Date: 4/05/97

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