Wallace E. Dawes, 71, who operated the Paper Mill and...

DEATHS ELSEWHERE

October 02, 1998

Wallace E. Dawes, 71, who operated the Paper Mill and later the Paper Source in downtown Los Angeles, died Sept. 3 in Los Angeles of Lou Gehrig's disease. Mr. Dawes, known as "Mr. Paper," became host of a PBS television program, "The World of Paper."

Sam Locke, 81, whose writing career spanned the golden days of radio to Broadway stage and television sitcoms, died Sept. 18 in San Diego. Known for his classic radio scripts to programs such as "Grand Central Station" and "Inner Sanctum," Mr. Locke later wrote television episodes of "McHale's Navy," "The Lucy Show," "36-24-73," "Mooney the Monkey" and "All in the Family."

BTC Jack Haskell, 79, a 30-year television veteran who became a fixture as a stand-in on Jack Paar's and Johnny Carson's shows, died Saturday in Englewood, N.J.

Pub Date: 10/02/98

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