Frantisek "Frank" Daniel, 69, a Czech-born filmmaker who...


March 06, 1996

Frantisek "Frank" Daniel, 69, a Czech-born filmmaker who made an Academy Award-winning movie and produced about 40 others, died Feb. 28 of a heart attack in Los Angeles. Mr. Daniel, whose "The Shop on Main Street" (1965) won an Oscar, was co-chairman of the film school at Columbia University and artistic director for Robert Redford's Sundance Institute. From 1986 until he retired in 1990, he was chairman of the School of Cinema-Television at the University of Southern California.

Carlos Burr Dawes, 93, a developer, conservationist and chairman director emeritus of the Dawes Arboretum, died Sunday in Columbus, Ohio. He was the son of Beman and Bertie Dawes, who in 1929 founded the 1,200-acre arboretum near Newark, Ohio, on woodlands that had been their summer home.

John Kallos, 70, a molecular biologist who founded a Columbia University graduate forum for environmentalists, academics and business people, died Feb. 25 of a heart attack in New York. He contributed to the understanding of enzymes, hormones and the human immune system.

Pub Date: 3/06/96

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