Mayo Mohs, 62, author, writer and editor who spent two decades working for Time magazine. Son of the late Lewis Mohs, who moved the Lakers from Minneapolis to Los Angeles, Mayo Mohs served in the Navy and then began his career as a history teacher at Loyola High School in Los Angeles. He also began submitting articles to Time, which hired him in 1968. He covered cultural, political and religious subjects and served as religion editor at the newsmagazine. In the late 1970s, Mohs joined the company's new science monthly, Discover. He retired in 1987 and most recently had written for Thomson community newspapers. Mohs was co-author of a 1979 biography of Prince Charles, "H.R.H., The Man Who Will Be King." On Aug. 22 in Santa Monica in a car accident.