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"Death borders upon our birth, and our cradle stands in the 
grave. Our birth is nothing but our death begun." Bishop Hall

Welcome to another edition of Dead End.

This week we say goodbye to the actor and Red Sox's World 
Series good luck charm Nelson de Rosa. He will be missed by 
not only by Boston, but by fans all over. Another actress that
has passed is "Father Knows Best" mother, Jane Wyatt. We also 
remember Mister Ed voice, Allan Lane and "The Price is Right" 
announcer, Rod Roddy.

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Nelson de la Rosa, the 2-foot-4 Dominican actor and notorious 
good-luck charm for the Boston Red Sox during their 2004 World 
Series run, died of unknown causes. De la Rosa, believed to be 
one of the world's smallest men became internationally known 
when he appeared alongside actor Marlon Brando in the 1996 
film, "The Island of Dr. Moreau."  This role is said to be 
the inspiration for the Austin Powers movie character, 
"Mini Me" After the baseball fan was introduced to Boston 
pitcher Pedro Martinez the two Dominicans became friends, and 
became a regular presence in the team's clubhouse in the 
playoffs of the 2004 season, in which the Red Sox won their 
first World Series in 86 years.  It is alleged he could be 
delivered back to the Dominican Republic, allegedly to be 
displayed in a museum.


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Actress Jane Wyatt, the housewife and mother in the television 
series "Father Knows Best," died at age 96 of natural causes. 
Wyatt was a television pioneer, serving as host of the "Bell 
Telephone Hour." However, it was her co-starring role with 
Robert Young on "Father Knows Best" that catapulted her to 
stardom and led her to become the first consecutive winner of 
the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences' Emmy Award. She 
played roles that included the lead in about 50 plays, 
including "Autumn Garden." Over the next 30 years, she 
appeared in 30 films and a number of plays, often in the role 
of the understanding wife.



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Jack E. Scholl, who helped lead his family's pioneering 
foot-care company as it went public in the 1970s, has died 
at the age of 80. Scholl, a World War II veteran and 
philanthropist was the nephew of Dr. William Mathias Scholl, 
the famous Chicago footwear pioneer who began making and 
selling orthopedic products. Jack Scholl was named head of 
the company's U.S. headquarters in 1968. Dr. Scholl's went 
public under their leadership in 1971. 

In 1980, Jack Scholl, who was born in Michigan City, Indiana, 
became executive director of the Dr. Scholl Foundation, which 
since has given more than $180 million to charitable causes. 
Jack Scholl is survived by his wife, Catherine, four children 
and five grandchildren. 



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Notable deaths this week in history...

In 1957, influential French fashion designer, Christian Dior, 
who created the so-called "New Look" died at age 52.

In 2005, social Activist, Rosa Parks, whose refusal to give 
up her seat sparked the Montgomery Bus Boycott in 1955, a 
pivotal event in the history of the civil rights movement, 
died at age 92.

In 1973, voice of the talking horse, Mister Ed, Allan Lane in 
the TV series "Mister Ed", died at age 64.

In 2003, Rod Roddy, annoncer for the game show "The Price Is 
Right", where he told contestants to "Come on down!" for many 
years died at age 66.

In 1964, Herbert Hoover, our 31st president of the United 
States died at age 90.

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