Jean Marais, 84, a French actor who began his career as...

DEATHS ELSEWHERE

November 13, 1998

Jean Marais, 84, a French actor who began his career as the protege of surrealist artist Jean Cocteau and became a pillar of the French cinema, died Sunday in Paris.

Leonard de Paur, 83, a conductor who founded Lincoln Center's Out of Doors festival and served as the institution's director of community relations for nearly 20 years, died Saturday in New York.

Poomaikelani Kawananakoa, 71, a descendant of Hawaii's royalty and a leader in Honolulu's publishing and theater fields, died Monday in Honolulu.

Milton Handler, 95, an antitrust expert and architect of such renowned laws as the G.I. Bill of Rights and the National Labor Relations Act, died of a stroke Tuesday in New York.

Pub Date: 11/13/98

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