Thomas O. Paine, 70, NASA's administrator during the first...

Deaths elsewhere

May 06, 1992

Thomas O. Paine, 70, NASA's administrator during the first moon landings, died of cancer Monday in his home in Brentwood, Calif. He was appointed to the agency in 1968 by President Johnson.

Jean-Claude Pascal, 64, a French actor and singer who delighted audiences with his crooning voice, died yesterday in Paris. He recently underwent surgery. His real name was Jean-Claude Villeminot. He was best known for his song "Nous les Amoureux" (We Lovers), which won the Eurovision song contest in 1961.

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