Dorothy Kingsley, 87, a prolific screenwriter whose...


October 02, 1997

Dorothy Kingsley, 87, a prolific screenwriter whose credits included "Kiss Me Kate" and the original and remade versions of "Angels in the Outfield," died Friday in Carmel, Calif.

Stanley Slotkin, 92, the founder of Abbey Rents stores and a philanthropist who helped preserve historical treasures, died Monday in Beverly Hills, Calif. The stores offer items ranging from party tents to wheelchairs.

Samuel Woolley Taylor, 90, author of "Flubber" and "The Absent-Minded Professor" and known by some as the "Mark Twain of Mormondom," died Friday in Provo, Utah.

Pub Date: 10/02/97


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