Milestones: Jul. 6, 1981

DIED. Alfred Frankenstein, 74, lively, irascible music and art critic for the San Francisco Chronicle for more than 30 years who frequently championed local talent at the expense of internationally known performers and who, in 1939, published for the first time the sketches by Russian Artist Victor Hartmann, which inspired Mussorgsky's Pictures at an Exhibition of a heart attack; in San Francisco.

DIED. Lola Lane, 75, one of the three Lane sisters (the others: Rosemary and Priscilla) who became leading ladies in Hollywood during the 1930s and '40s and who, while maintaining separate careers,...

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