* John W. Davis, who represented the 7th Congressional District in northwest Georgia for 14 years, died Saturday after a sudden illness at age 76. Mr. Davis served as a Superior Court judge before he won election to Congress in 1960. Defeated in the 1974 Democratic primary by Larry McDonald, he became a public defender in Glynn County and retired in 1990.
* Dr. William T. Foley, a cardiovascular specialist who treated Joseph P. Kennedy, the royal family of Sikkim and fellow prisoners of war during World War II, died Saturday at age 80. Dr. Foley was part of a team of physicians that treated Mr. Kennedy, the father of President John F. Kennedy, after he suffered a stroke in 1961. He served in the Navy during World War II and was captured by the Japanese. He spent four years in prison camps and was awarded the Distinguished Service Medal and the Bronze Star for his work at one camp, where he performed 160 emergency medical operations.