Stanley R. Greenberg,
a television screenwriter who shaped the docudrama format with his meticulously researched scripts for Pueblo, The Missiles of October and other shows, died Aug. 25 of a brain tumor at his home in Kensington, Calif. He was 74.
He also wrote the screenplays for the films Skyjacked in 1972 and Soylent Green in 1973, an adaptation of Harry Harrison's novel about overpopulation, both starring Charlton Heston.
Glenn E. Watts,
82, a former president of the Communications Workers of America who led the union through the breakup of the AT&T; Bell telephone monopoly, died Friday of complications from surgery.