Roman Hruska,94, a U.S. senator from Nebraska from 1954 to...

Deaths Elsewhere

April 27, 1999

Roman Hruska,94, a U.S. senator from Nebraska from 1954 to 1976, died Sunday in Omaha from complications from a fall that broke his hip.

T. Justin Moore Jr.,74, a former chairman of Dominion Resources and retired chief executive of subsidiary Virginia Power, died Saturday in Richmond, Va.

Arthur Boyd,78, whose talent for capturing Australian landscapes in oil helped establish him as one of that nation's leading painters, died Saturday in Melbourne.

Konrad Henkel,83, a German industrialist who for five decades oversaw the expansion of his grandfather's soap business into a worldwide chemical concern, died Saturday in Dusseldorf, Germany. The Henkel Group is the maker of some of Europe's best-known soap and cosmetic products.

George Bailey Autry,62, who was president of MDC Inc., a nonprofit research firm that charted the South's trends and economic prospects, died Sunday in Chapel Hill, N.C., after an apparent heart attack.

Manmohan Adhikari,78, Nepal's first Communist prime minister, died yesterday in Katmandu. He was prime minister from November 1994 to August 1995.

Pub Date: 4/27/99

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