Millard Lampell, 78, an Emmy-winning writer, novelist and songwriter who was blacklisted during the McCarthy era. While studying at the University of West Virginia, he was influenced by folk music and later helped form the Almanac Singers, which featured Woody Guthrie, among others. That group--with Pete Seeger and Lee Hays--later became the Weavers. Lampell also wrote for television and in 1966 won an Emmy for "Eagle in a Cage," a "Hallmark Hall of Fame" presentation. He was author of two novels, "The Long Way Home" and "The Hero." The latter was adapted into the film "Saturday's Hero" in 1951. A year earlier he had been blacklisted for refusing to tell the Senate Committee on Internal Security about his political affiliations. For several years thereafter he was forced to use a pseudonym. In Ashburn, Va., on Oct. 3 of lung cancer.