Paul Frame, 80, an illustrator whose work included about...

DEATHS ELSEWHERE

November 11, 1994

Paul Frame, 80, an illustrator whose work included about 200 children's books, including the Nancy Drew and Hardy Boys adventure series, died of lung cancer Tuesday in New York. He started his career in 1936 as a staff artist at Lord & Taylor, where he designed the rose that continues to appear as a symbol of the New York department store.

Fred "Sonic" Smith, 45, a guitarist with the rock group MC5, died of heart failure Sunday in Detroit. He was a member of MC5 from 1967 to 1971. The Detroit-based band was credited with paving the way for many punk and modern rock bands.

Edward Schwartzman, 66, a political campaign specialist whose clients included former Mayor Abraham Beame of New York City died Saturday in Suburban Hospital in Bethesda of complications from a heart attack. He moved to Bethesda from New York in 1983. He was among the first to use scientific telephone polling and canvassing techniques in political campaigns.

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