Gamble Rogers, 53, a folk singer and storyteller who was a...

Deaths elsewhere

October 15, 1991

Gamble Rogers, 53, a folk singer and storyteller who was a frequent contributor to National Public Radio's "All Things Considered," died Thursday in Flagler Beach, Fla., while trying to rescue a drowning man. Mr. Rogers rose to prominence in the 1960s as a member of the Serendipity Singers.

Aline MacMahon, 92, a stage and film actress whose career spanned 55 years, died in New York Saturday of pneumonia. She appeared on Broadway in "The Mirage," "Artists and Models" and "Beyond the Horizon." Her films included "Babbitt" and "Ah!

Wilderness."

Edward R. Fry, 74, a retired Air Force major general and former president of the National Guard Association of the United States, died Saturday in Topeka, Kan. He flew 53 combat missions in Europe during World War II and had nearly 40 years of military service.

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