Oscar Davis, 74, a judge on the U. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit; he was named to the U. Court of Claims in , and was its chief judge in the s; he was named to the appeals bench six years ago after a reorganization abolished the Court of Claims, the New York native was a veteran and graduate of Harvard Univeristy and Columbia University Law School; June 19, of cancer, in Washington. Alfredo Capitanini, 89, founder of the Italian Village restaurant complex in the Loop, which won acclaim for its outstanding wine list while serving as a popular dining place for opera stars, politicians and sports figures for more than 60 years; he grew up in Italy and served in the Italian Army during World War I before coming to the United States in ; he founded the Italian Village, at 71 W.
Meyer Kubelsky. Meyer Kubelski's occupation immediately after immigrating to the United Dennis Day wasn't gay if you had bothered to do the research; he was the brother-in-law of actress Ann Blyth and was married for many years. Jack Benny's most famous radio gag was first performed on March 28, identity who impishly performed with effeminate and homosexual mannerisms.