Ntsu Mokhehle, a former prime minister considered the most...

DEATHS ELSEWHERE

January 10, 1999

Ntsu Mokhehle, a former prime minister considered the most influential politician in modern Lesotho, died Wednesday after falling ill in Maseru, Lesotho, two weeks ago during celebrations to mark his 80th birthday.

Charles Francis Adams, 88, retired chairman of Raytheon Co. and a descendant of Presidents John Adams and John Quincy Adams, died Tuesday in Dover, Mass.

Jose Vela Zanetti, 85, a Spanish painter best known for his mural depicting human rights at United Nations headquarters in New York, died Monday in Madrid.

Louis Jolyon West, 74, a psychiatrist who was an expert on cults, torture and brainwashing and who examined Jack Ruby and Patricia Hearst during their trials, died of cancer Jan. 2 at his home in Los Angeles.

Pub Date: 1/10/99

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