Charles Drake, 76, an actor who co-starred in movies with...

DEATHS ELSEWHERE

September 16, 1994

Charles Drake, 76, an actor who co-starred in movies with Bette Davis, Joan Crawford, Humphrey Bogart and James Stewart, died Saturday in East Lyme, Conn., after a long illness.

Patrick O'Neal, 66, a stage and screen actor and restaurateur, died of respiratory arrest Friday in New York. His films included "King Rat," "The Way We Were" and "The Stepford Wives."

Dr. Arthur Adel, 85, professor emeritus of science and mathematics for whom Northern Arizona University's math building is named, died Tuesday in Flagstaff, Ariz. A leader in infrared spectroscopy in astronomy, his discoveries included finding atmospheric nitrous oxide and atmospheric heavy water vapor. He is credited with establishing the campus Atmospheric Research Observatory for study of atmospheric ozone.

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