Stanley G. Mortimer Jr.,86, an advertising executive and...

Deaths Elsewhere

August 16, 1999

Stanley G. Mortimer Jr.,86, an advertising executive and member of an illustrious American family, died Wednesday at his home in Harriman, N.Y., after a long illness. He was a descendant of John Jay, the first chief justice of the United States and a signer of the Declaration of Independence.

Philip Klutznick,92, a millionaire Chicago real estate developer who built housing for the poor and for defense workers during World War II, and raised millions for Israel, died Saturday, his friends said. He had been suffering from Alzheimer's disease.

Sir John Hale,75, a Renaissance historian and former chairman of trustees at the National Gallery, died Thursday in London. Family members said he had lost his ability to speak and write after suffering a stroke in 1992.

He completed the manuscript for "The Civilization of Europe in the Renaissance" shortly before his stroke.

John S. Gottschalk,86, director of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service when the first endangered-species laws were enacted, died Friday of cancer at his home in Arlington, Va.

Jerome Irving Kleinerman,75, a pathologist and lung specialist who helped develop national health standards for the workplace, died in an automobile accident Aug. 6 in Arcadia, Fla. A former resident of Shaker Heights, Ohio, he had retired to Palm Beach Garden, Fla., four years ago.

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