Zevulun Hammer, 62, an education minister who was a...

Deaths Elsewhere

January 22, 1998

Zevulun Hammer, 62, an education minister who was a founder of the Jewish settlement movement in the West Bank and Gaza Strip, died Tuesday in Jerusalem of cancer.

Ahmed Kafadar, 82, who turned a knowledge of ballistics and explosives into one of the world's largest air-bag component companies, died of a heart attack Saturday in Englewood, Colo. He was chairman of OEA Inc., which produces small pyrotechnic devices that trigger inflation of air bags.

David "Junior" Kimbrough, 67, a country blues guitarist whose raunchy, hypnotic style garnered a cult following, died of a heart attack Saturday in Holly Springs, Miss.

Prince Georg of Liechtenstein, 87, the uncle of the reigning monarch, died Tuesday in Vienna, Austria, after a brief illness.

Pierre Boulat, 73, a photojournalist who produced portraits of Aristotle Onassis, Artur Rubinstein, Duke Ellington, Federico Fellini and many others in 23 years at Life magazine, died Jan. 11 in Paris.

Frank G. Theis, 86, who presided over the case involving nuclear plant whistle-blower Karen Silkwood during his more than 30 years on the federal bench, died Saturday in Wichita, Kan., after a stroke.

Pub Date: 1/22/98

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