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actor & songwriter  Paul Jabara
born on 1-31-1948 in New York, New York
expired 9-30-1992 in Los Angeles, California   age 44   cause: lymphoma; AIDS
to next U.S. president: Martin Van Burento previous U.S. president: John Quincy Adams 7th U.S. president (1829-37)  Andrew Jackson   hero of War of 1812 at the Battle of New Orleans
¤"Old Hickory" 
born on 3-15-1767 in Waxhaw, South Carolina
expired 6-8-1845 in Nashville, Tennessee   age 78
minister & 1950s game show contestant  Charles E. "Stoney" Jackson   blew the whistle on several rigged game shows ($64,000 Question and $64,000 Challenge), claiming that he got the answers in advance
born on 12-4-1913
expired 3-24-2002 in Denver, Colorado   age 88   cause: renal failure
comic  Eddie Jackson   long-time stage partner of Jimmy Durante
born on 2-19-1896
expired 7-16-1980 in Los Angeles, California   age 84   cause: complications from stroke
child/adult actor  Eugene Walker Jackson Jr.   played Farina's older brother Pineapple in silent Our Gang comedies; also did some Buster Brown comedies; played Uncle Lou on Julia tv series
born on 12-25-1916 in Buffalo, New York
expired 10-26-2001 in Compton, California   age 84   cause: heart attack
one-time actress turned producer  Gail Patrick Jackson   co-founded Paisano Productions (1957) to produce the Perry Mason tv series
¤real name: Margaret LaVelle Fitzpatrick 
born on 6-20-1911 in Birmingham, Alabama
expired 7-6-1980 in Hollywood, California   age 69   cause: leukemia
former Motown president  George Jackson   producer of Malcolm & Eddie tv series
born on 1-6-1958 in New York, New York
expired 2-14-2000 in New York, New York   age 42
actor  Gordon Cameron Jackson   played butler Hudson on Upstairs, Downstairs tv series (1970-75)
born on 12-19-1923 in Glasgow, Scotland
expired 1-14-1990 in London, England   age 66
Ed Clark's famous photo of Graham Jackson's accordion tribute to FDR; he played `Goin Home' former Coast Guard chief petty officer  Graham Washington Jackson   as a recruiter in Marietta, Georgia would play piano & accordion for FDR while he was visiting Warm Springs, Georgia; a famous picture of him playing his accordion after FDR's death was published in the April 17, 1945 edition of Life Magazine; Jackson played Goin' Home
born on 2-22-1903
expired 1-15-1983 in Atlanta, Georgia   age 79
jazz bassist  Grieg Steward "Chubby" Jackson
born on 10-25-1918 in New York, New York
expired 10-1-2003 in Rancho Bernardo, California   age 84
Washington senator (1953-83)  Henry Martin Jackson
born on 5-31-1912 in Everett, Washington
expired 9-1-1983   age 71
adventursome doctor  Horatio Nelson Jackson   with mechanic Sewall K. Crocker was the first to drive across the US (San Francisco to New York City May 23 thru July 26, 1903) — they rode in a used 1903 Winton; after serving in World War I was a co-founder of the American Legion
born on --1872 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada
expired 1-14-1955 in Burlington, Vermont   age 82
to May 1989 Playmate of Monthto March 1989 Playmate of Month Playboy April 1989 Playmate of Month  Jennifer Lyn Jackson   on 3-21-2005 was arrested in Westlake, Ohio for the Feb. 10th, 2005 burglary of a house trailer where $600+ worth of power tools were stolen (charges dropped when victim failed to appear in court); on 6-30-2007 was arrested in Oberlin, Ohio charged with petty theft, possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia & DUI; on 7-20-07 arrested again for "disorderly intoxication" outside her trailer in Westlake, Ohio
¤Mrs. James Thompson 
born on 3-21-1969 in Cleveland, Ohio
expired 1-22-2010 in Westlake, Ohio   age 40   cause: drug overdose
military veteran, farm laborer & church deacon  Jimmie Lee Jackson   shot while protecting his mother from assault by a rogue cop during a extremely violent police riot
born on 12-16-1938 in Marion, Alabama
expired 2-26-1965 in Selma, Alabama   age 26   cause: murdered; gunshot wounds; police riot beating
rock-radio personality  John J. Jackson   one of the first MTV vj's from 1981-86 (along with Nina Blackwood, Mark Goodman, Alan Hunter & Martha Quinn)
born on 4-18-1941
expired 3-17-2004 in Los Angeles, California   age 62   cause: heart attack
Chicago White Sox baseball great  Joseph Jackson "Shoeless Joe" Jackson   barred from baseball for life by Baseball Commissioner Kenesaw Mountain Landis for his "role" in the 1919 Black Sox scandal even though there was no evidence that he participated in the plot; belongs in the Baseball Hall of Fame
born on 7-16-1888 in Brandon Mills, South Carolina
expired 12-5-1951 in Greenville, South Carolina   age 64
former Ford executive (1950-83)  Levi Alexander Jackson   captain of 1948 Yale football team
born on 8-22-1926
expired 12-7-2000 in Detroit, Michigan   age 74   cause: congestive heart failure
gospel singer  Mahalia Jackson
born on 10-25-1901 in New Orleans, Louisiana
expired 1-27-1972 in Evergreen Park, Illinois   age 70   cause: heart seizure
former Atlanta, Georgia mayor (1974-82, 1990-94)  Maynard Holbrook Jackson Jr.
born on 3-23-1938 in Dallas, Texas
expired 6-23-2003 in Arlington, Virginia   age 65   cause: heart attack; diabetes
beer & whiskey authority  Michael Jackson   author of The World Guide to Beer (1977); has written on the subject for Playboy, Esquire, GQ, National Georgraphic & Wine Spectator
¤aka: "The Beer Hunter
born on 3-27-1942 in Leeds, West Yorkshire, England
expired 8-30-2007 in London, England   age 65   cause: heart attack; complications from Parkinson's disease; diabetes
Another SFBMoFo accused pervert  Michael Joseph Jackson Sr.   acquitted on all charges of molesting children (If the rubbers don't fit, you must acquit!)
born on 8-29-1958 in Gary, Indiana
expired 6-25-2009 in Bel-Air, Los Angeles, California   age 50   cause: acute propofol intoxication; benzodiazepin; Lorazepam, Midazolam, Diazopam, Lidocaine, ephedrine, Sominex, Rettsin, Serutan, Geritol, Preparation H, spermicidal jelly, laetril, ...
   Contest Selectors
2000 BOD14%
2003ANG, KLS, TMTX16.7%
2004ANG, BOD, KLS, TAP22.2%
2005BOD, KLS, SPIT13.0%
2006BOD, BONY, TWOS10.0%
2007BOD, RPRM6.5%
2008BOD, TWOS6.3%
2009BOD, GAS, MoFa, MORB, TWOS16.7%
   Scored 7.6563 points

jazz vibraphone artist  Milton Jackson   founding member of the Modern Jazz Quartet (1952-95)
born on 1-1-1923 in Detroit, Michigan
expired 10-9-1999 in New York, New York   age 76   cause: liver cancer
R&B singer  Pervis Jackson   sang bass for The Spinners
born on 5-17-1938 in New Orleans, Louisiana
expired 8-18-2008 in Detroit, Michigan   age 70   cause: cancer
Confederate general  Thomas Jonathan "Stonewall" Jackson
born on 1-21-1824 in Clarksburg, Virgina (now West Virginia)
expired 5-10-1863 in Guinea Station, Virginia   age 39   cause: friendly fire at Battle of Chancelorsville
Texas death row inmate  Tommy Ray Jackson   condemned for the 1983 robbery/murder of 24-year-old college student Rosalind Robison
born on 11-15-1956
expired 5-4-2000 in Huntsville, Texas   age 43   cause: executed; lethal injection
Searchers bass player/singer  Tony Jackson   played on their biggest hit Needles and Pins
born on 7-16-1940 in Dingwall, England
expired 8-18-2003 in Nottingham, England   age 63   cause: cirrhosis of liver; arthritis
Disney animation director  Wilfred Jackson   directed cartoon portions of Song of the South (1946; live-action portion directed by Harvey Foster)
born on 1-24-1906 in Chicago, Illinois
expired 8-7-1988 in Balboa Island, California   age 82
actor  Lou Jacobi   his first Broadway role was Mr. Van Daan in The Diary of Anne Frank (1955); reprised the role in the movie adaptation (1959); also, he played the bartender in Irma La Douce (1963)
¤born: Louis Harold Jacobovitch 
born on 12-28-1913 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada
expired 10-23-2009 in Manhattan, New York, New York   age 95
   Contest Selectors
2008NFG, PCD6.3%
2009NFG, PCD6.7%
   Scored 4.2500 points

movie producer  Arthur P. Jacobs   made the Planet of the Apes movies; husband of Natalie Trundy
born on 3-7-1922 in Los Angeles, California
expired 6-27-1973 in Beverly Hills, California   age 51   cause: heart attack
Cleveland Indians co-owner  David H. Jacobs
born on 5-4-1921
expired 9-17-1992   age 71
geezer  Dora Jacobs
born on 5-6-1880 in Eastern Cape, South Africa
expired 1-19-2003 in Johannesburg, South Africa   age 122
death row inmate  Jesse Jacobs
expired 1-4-1995 in Huntsville, Texas   age 36   cause: executed; lethal injection
announcer  John "Johnny" Jacobs
born on 6-22-1916
expired 2-8-1982   age 65
film historian  Lewis Jacobs   also produced documentaries
born on --1904
expired 2-11-1997 in Manhasset, Long Island, New York   age 92
Ringling Bros. Circus master clown  Lou Jacobs
¤born: Johann Ludwig Jacob 
born on --1903 in Bremerhaven, Germany
expired 9-13-1992 in Sarasota, Florida   age 89   cause: heart failure
mammary holster designer  Mary Phelps Jacobs   coined name brassiere for her February, 1914 invention, U.S. Patent (#1,115,674), based upon a previous invention; she sold the rights to Warner Brothers Corset Company of Bridgeport, Connecticut for $1,500
expired ??-??-19??   age ??
Lou Lowery's photo of the first flagraising atop Mt. Suribachi, with Pfc. Jacobs in the right foreground with radio on his back former KTVU-tv reporter/anchor/news director  Raymond E. Jacobs   as a World War II Marine radio operator appeared in Lou Lowery's photo of the first flag raising on Mt. Suribachi
born on 1-24-1926
expired 1-29-2008 in Redding, California   age 82
former U.S. poet laureate  Josephine Winder Jacobsen
¤née: Boylan 
born on 8-19-1908 in Coburg, Ontario, Canada
expired 7-9-2003 in Cockeysville, Maryland   age 94
recipient of the Congressional Medal of Honor heroic soldier  Douglas Thomas Jacobson   won Medal of Honor for heroism on Iwo Jima in February & March, 1945
born on 11-25-1925 in Rochester, New York
expired 8-20-2000 in Port Charlotte, Florida   age 74   cause: pneumonia; congestive heart failure
 Oswald Jacoby
born on 12-8-1902 in New York, New York
expired 6-27-1984 in Dallas, Texas   age 81
weirdo-movie director  Gualtiero Jacopetti   with Franco Prosperi & Paolo Cavara directed Mondo Cane (1962; "a dog's world"), which opened the flood gates for Mondo Cane 2 (1963), Mondo Topless (1966) & Mondo Trasho (1969)
born on 9-4-1919 in Barga, Italy
expired 8-17-2011 in Rome, Italy   age 91
textile manufacturer  Joseph-Marie Jacquard   invented loom whose pattern was controlled by punch cards
born on 7-7-1752 in Lyon, Rhône, Rhône-Alps, France
expired 8-7-1834 in Ouillins, France   age 82
"screaching" jazz tenor saxophonist  Jean-Baptiste Illinois Jacquet
born on 10-31-1922 in Broussard, Louisiana
expired 7-22-2004 in New York, New York   age 81   cause: heart attack
former Fordham football end  Harry Anthony Jacunski   member of Seven Blocks of Granite line (class of 1939); played for Packers (1939-44) then coached at Yale (1948-80)
born on 10-20-1915 in New Britain, Connecticut
expired 2-20-2003 in Branford, Connecticut   age 87   cause: congestive heart failure
actor  Richard Hanley Jaeckel   appeared on Baywatch
born on 10-26-1926 in Long Beach, California
expired 6-14-1997 in Woodland Hills, California   age 70   cause: cancer
actress  Bettye Louise Ackerman Jaffe   widow of Sam Jaffe
born on 2-28-1924 in Walterboro, South Carolina
expired 11-1-2006 in Columbia, South Carolina   age 82   cause: Alzheimer's disease
AKS: Ackermann
movie producer  Herbert Jaffe
born on 5-20-1921 in New York, New York
expired 12-7-1991   age 70
writer  Rona Jaffe   wrote The Best of Everything (1958) & Mazes & Monsters (1981), partly inspired by the disappearance of James Dallas Egbert 3rd; appeared on an early Playboy Penthouse tv series episode (October 1959)
born on 6-12-1931 in Brooklyn, New York, New York
expired 12-30-2005 in London, England   age 74   cause: cancer
AKS: Jaffee
actor  Sam Jaffe   played the High Lama in Lost Horizon (1937), the title role in Gunga Din (1939) and Dr. Zorba on Ben Casey; was blacklisted during the 1950s
¤born: Shalom Jaffe 
born on 3-10-1891 in New York, New York
expired 3-24-1984 in Beverly Hills, California   age 93
Hollywood agent & producer  Sam Jaffee   produced The Fighting Sullivans (1944), Born Free (1966) & Theater of Blood (1973)
born on 5-21-1901 in New York, New York
expired 1-10-2000 in Los Angeles, California   age 98
Marxist dentist  Cheddi Jagan   Guyana independence leader (former British Guyana)
born on 3-22-1918 in Port Mourant, British Guyana
expired 3-6-1997 in Washington, District of Columbia   age 78   cause: heart attack
actor  Dean Jagger
born on 11-7-1903 in Columbus Grove, Ohio
expired 2-5-1991 in Santa Monica, California   age 87
Austrian neurologist  Alfons M. Jakob   second to describe the human spongiform encephalopathy now known as Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease (1921)
expired ??-??-19??   age ??
to next English ruler: Charles Ito previous English ruler: Elizabeth I English King (1603-1625)  James I   son of Mary, Queen of Scots; was Scottish King James VI (1567-1625); descended from Margaret Tudor, daughter of Henry VII; first Stuart monarch
born on 6-19-1566 in Edinburgh, Scotland
expired 3-27-1625 in Theobalds, England   age 58
to next English co-ruler: Mary IIto next English co-ruler: William IIIto previous English ruler: Charles II English King (1685-1688)  James II   son of Charles I
born on 10-14-1633 in London, England
expired 9-16-1701 in Saint-Germain-en-Laye, France   age 67
announcer & gameshow host  Arthur James   was announcer on original Concentration gameshow with Hugh Downs
¤born: Arthur Efimchick 
born on 10-15-1929 in Dearborn, Michigan
expired 3-28-2004 in Palm Springs, California   age 74
AKS: Art
World War II aviator, P.O.W. & escape artist  Bertram Arthur "Jimmy" James   on the night of March 24, 1944 was part of the "Great Escape" from Luft Stalag III — he was recaptured and sent to a concentration camp (from which he also escaped but was recaptured)
expired 1-18-2008 in Shrewsbury, England   age 92
Betty's baby - the Slinky former James Industries owner  Betty M. James   retired and sold the business to POOF in 1998; her husband invented the Slinky toy (1943) - she named it
¤née: Mattas 
born on 2-13-1918 in Altoona, Pennsylvania
expired 11-20-2008 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania   age 90   cause: congestive heart failure
   Contest Selectors
2000 RR14%

character actor  Brion James   played the replicant Leon in Blade Runner (1982), General Munro in The Fifth Element (1997) and the studio head in The Player
born on 2-20-1945 in Redlands, California
expired 8-7-1999 in Los Angeles, California   age 54   cause: heart attack
game show host  Dennis James
¤real name: Demie James Sposa 
born on 8-24-1917 in Jersey City, New Jersey
expired 6-3-1997 in Palm Springs, California   age 79   cause: lung cancer
trumpeter, bandleader  Harry James   married to Betty Grable (1943-65)
born on 3-15-1916 in Albany, Georgia
expired 7-5-1983 in Las Vegas, Nevada   age 67
   Contest Selectors
1979 MM7.7%
1980 MM6.3%

JPL rocket scientist  Jack Norval James   mission manager for first explorations of Venus (Marriner 2) & Mars (Marriner 4)
born on 11-22-1920 in Dallas, Texas
expired 8-7-2001 in Pasadena, California   age 80   cause: respiratory failure
outlaw  Jesse Woodson James   member of Quantrill's Raiders; shot in back by Bob Ford; alleged to have survived & lived under assumed name "J. Frank Dalton", dying in Granbury, Texas in 1951
born on --1847
expired 4-3-1882 in Saint Joseph, Missouri   age 34   cause: dorsal gunshot wound
engineer  Richard James   Slinky inventor (1943); joined religious cult, abandoned wife & six children and left for Bolivia (1959)
born on 3-27-1918
expired 7-??-1974 in Bolivia, South America   age 56
funk singer  Rick James   his big hit: Super Funk (1981); did two years in Folsom Prison
¤real name: James Ambrose Johnson Jr. 
born on 2-1-1948 in Buffalo, New York
expired 8-6-2004 in Universal City, California   age 56   cause: heart attack; 9 different drugs (cocaine, ...); complications from stroke
Sports Illustrated founding editor  Sidney Lorraine James   the first issue came out August 16, 1954
born on 8-6-1906 in Saint Louis, Missouri
expired 3-11-2004 in Alameda, California   age 97   cause: cardiopulmonary arrest; prostate cancer
 George Marshall Shipman Jamison   first producer of the U.S. version of That Was the Week That Was (1964)
born on 6-16-1918 in Boston, Massachusetts
expired 9-2-2003 in Orlando, Florida   age 85
to next English ruler: Mary Ito previous English ruler: Edward VI nine-day English Queen (1553)  Lady Jane Grey   grandniece of Henry VIII, installed as Queen to avoid having a Catholic on the throne (Mary I)
born on 10-??-1537 in Bradgate, England
expired 2-14-1554 in London, England   age 16   cause: beheaded in the Tower of London
last Civil War Union Army veteran widow  Gertrude Grubb Janeway   widow of John Janeway (married him when she was 18, he 81)
born on 7-3-1909
expired 1-17-2003 in Blaine, Tennessee   age 93
   Contest Selectors
2001 KLS12½%
2002 JL9.1%
2003 COCO, JL, KLS16.7%
   Scored 3.8250 points

silent movie actress  Dorothy Janis   did only five movies: 4 silent (the last with Ramone Navarro) & 1 talkie, the "lost" Lummox (1930); was married to bandleader Wayne King (1932-85)
¤born: Dorothy Penelope Jones
aka: "Dorothy Jones King" 
born on 2-19-1912 in Dallas, Texas
expired 3-10-2010 in Paradise Valley, Arizona   age 98
   Contest Selectors
2010CSI, RR7.4%
   Did Not Score - insufficient category citations (only one in alt.obituaries newsgroup)

religious terrorist  Abdurak Abubakar Janjalani   founder of the self-named Philippine terrorist group (1991), a splinter group that split from the Moro National Liberation Front
¤aka: "Abu Sayyaf" (Bearer of the Sword) 
born on 11-8-1953 in Basilan Island, The Philippines
expired 12-18-1998 in Lamitan Village, Basilan Island, The Philippines   age 45   cause: hail of bullets (police shootout)
AKS: Abdurik Sayyef
actor  Emil Jannings   winner of first Oscar for Best Actor in The Last Command and The Way of All Flesh (1929)
¤born: Theodor Friedrich Emil Janenz 
born on 7-26-1886 in Rorschach, Switzerland
expired 1-2-1950 in Lake Wolfgang, Austria   age 63   cause: liver cancer & pneumonia
1950 Heisman Trophy winner  Victor Felix Janowicz   Ohio State halfback (1949-51)
born on 2-26-1930 in Elyria, Ohio
expired 2-27-1996 in Columbus, Ohio   age 66   cause: cancer
Karl Jansky with his antenna at Holmdel, New Jersey circa 1930 Bell Labs electrical engineer  Karl Guthe Jansky   discovered extra-terrestrial radio waves (1931; publicized in front page article of the 5-5-1931 New York Times); namesake of radio flux unit
born on 10-22-1905 in Norman, Oklahoma
expired 2-14-1950 in Red Bank, New Jersey   age 44   cause: stroke; hypertension; Bright's disease
actor  David Janssen   played Dr. Richard Kimbale on The Fugitive (1963-67) and detective Harry Orwell on Harry O tv series (1974-76)
¤real name: David Harold Meyer 
born on 3-27-1931 in Naponee, Nebraska
expired 2-13-1980 in Malibu Beach, California   age 49   cause: heart attack
AKS: Jansen Janson
Dr.  Paul Adriaan Jan Janssen   founded Janssen Pharmaceutica (became part of Johnson & Johnson in 1961)
born on 9-14-1926 in Turnhaut, Belgium
expired 11-11-2003 in Rome, Italy   age 77
auto parts retailer  Adam Janus   one of the victims of the 1982 Chicago-area poisoned Tylenol murder spree; his wife & brother were also killed
born on 3-7-1955
expired 9-29-1982 in Arlington Heights, Illinois   age 27   cause: murdered; cyanide-laced Tylenol
 Stanley Janus   one of the victims of the 1982 Chicago-area poisoned Tylenol murder spree; his brother was also killed
expired 9-29-1982 in Arlington Heights, Illinois   age 25   cause: murdered; cyanide-laced Tylenol
 Theresa Janus   one of the victims of the 1982 Chicago-area poisoned Tylenol murder spree; her husband was also killed
¤née: Tarasiewicz 
expired 10-1-1982 in Arlington Heights, Illinois   age 19   cause: murdered; cyanide-laced Tylenol
Jay's Potato Chips founder  Leonard Japp Sr.   sold snacks to Al Capone's speakeasies
born on 2-21-1904
expired 8-24-2000 in Chicago, Illinois   age 96
psychoanalyst Dr.  Elliott Jaques   coined phrase "midlife crisis" (1965)
born on 1-18-1917 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada
expired 3-8-2003 in Gloucester, Massachusetts   age 86
AKS: Jacques
rocker  Joe P. "Yo Yo" Jaramillo   one of Cannibal's headhunters in the Land of 10,000 Dances
born on 10-15-1948 in Colusa, California
expired 5-24-2000   age 51   cause: cirrhosis of the liver
former University of Wisconsin football coach  John Jardine
born on 7-20-1935
expired 3-23-1990   age 54
AIDS-stricken filmmaker  Derek Jarman
born on 1-31-1942 in Northwood, England
expired 2-19-1994 in London, England   age 52   cause: AIDS
former Polish Communist Prime Minister  Piotr Jaroszewicz
born on 10-8-1909 in Nieswicz, Poland
expired 9-1-1992   age 82
acting Nicaraguan president (6/9/1936-1/1/1937)  Carlos Alberto Brenes Jarquin
born on --1884
expired 1-2-1942 in Managua, Nicaragua   age 57
film composer  Maurice-Alexis Jarre   wrote song Stormy Weather (1943; from movie of same name); composed score for Doctor Zhivago
born on 9-13-1924 in Lyon, Rhône, Rhône-Alps, France
expired 3-28-2009 in Malibu, California   age 85
journalist  Vernon D. Jarrett   worked on the Chicago Defender in the 1940s
born on 6-19-1918 in Saulsbury, Tennessee
expired 5-23-2004 in Chicago, Illinois   age 85   cause: cancer of the esophagus
blacklisted screenwriter/producer  Paul Jarrico   produced Salt of the Earth (1953)
¤born: Israel Shapiro 
born on 1-12-1915 in Los Angeles, California
expired 10-15-1997 in Ojai, California   age 82   cause: car accident
 Anna M. Jarvis   founder of Mothers Day
born on 5-1-1864 in Grafton, West Virginia
expired 11-24-1948 in West Chester, Pennsylvania   age 84
character actor  Graham P. Jarvis   played Christopher Mott Society president Amos Bush in Cold Turkey (1971), Charlie Haggers on Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman syndicated tv series (1976) & Zakdorn salvage yard master Klim Dokachin in the Star Trek: The Next Generation episode Unification, Part I
born on 8-25-1930 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada
expired 4-16-2003 in Pacific Palisades, California   age 72   cause: multiple myeloma
Shuttle STS-51--L astronaut  Gregory Bruce Jarvis
born on 8-24-1944 in Detroit, Michigan
expired 1-28-1986 in Cape Canaveral, Florida   age 41   cause: Shuttle Challenger explosion
anti-property tax crusader  Howard Arnold Jarvis   pushed California Proposition 13 (1978) with Paul Gann
born on 9-22-1903 in Magna, Utah
expired 8-11-1986 in Los Angeles, California   age 82
   Contest Selectors
1979 RR7.7%
1980 BD6.3%

actor & singer  Scott Jarvis
born on 4-9-1941
expired 2-26-1990   age 48
movie director  Leigh Jason   his movie New Faces of 1937 has a plot line that inspired The Producers
¤born: Leigh Jacobson 
born on 7-26-1904 in New York, New York
expired 2-19-1979 in Woodland Hills, California   age 74
actor  Rick Jason   appeared on Combat & Young and Resstless tv series
born on 5-21-1923 in New York, New York
expired 10-15-2000 in Moorpark, California   age 74   cause: suicide; gunshot to head
former New York senator (1957-81)  Jacob Koppel Javits
born on 5-18-1904 in New York, New York
expired 3-7-1986 in West Palm Beach, Florida   age 81
   Contest Selectors
1979 7.7%

 Leon Jaworski
born on 3-19-1905 in Waco, Texas
expired 12-9-1982   age 77
to next U.S. president: Samuel Huntingtonto previous U.S. president: Henry Laurens forgotten U.S. president  John Jay   third president of the Continental Congress under the Declaration of Independence (12/10/1778-9/27/1779); first Secretary of State under the Articles of Confederation; first Chief Justice of U.S. Supreme Court (1789-95)
born on 12-12-1745 in New York, New York
expired 5-17-1829 in Bedford, New York   age 83

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