Kenneth K. Hall,81, whose 47-year career as a state and...

Deaths Elsewhere

July 10, 1999

Kenneth K. Hall,81, whose 47-year career as a state and federal judge included a decision to allow female cadets at The Citadel, died Thursday in Charleston, W.Va., after a long illness.

Sola Sierra,63, a prominent human rights activist during the military dictatorship of Gen. Augusto Pinochet, died in Santiago, Chile, on July 1 of a heart attack while recovering from back surgery.

Shafik Wazzan,74, who, as prime minister, oversaw the 1982 withdrawal of Palestinian guerrillas from Israeli-besieged Beirut, Lebanon, died Thursday in Beirut of a heart attack.

Stanley Soble,59, who cast productions of such award-winning plays as "Angels in America" and "The Kentucky Cycle," died in Los Angeles after unspecified surgery on Tuesday.

Pub Date: 7/10/99

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