JAMES GAMBLE ROGERS II, 89, an architect who designed the Florida Supreme Court building and homes that reflect traditional European styles, died Sunday in Winter Park. He designed some of the finest houses in Winter Park and buildings at Rollins College. He designed more than 100 projects for the Department of Defense. HERBERT BRODKIN, 77, a television producer celebrated for his dramas on social issues on such series as Playhouse 90 and The Defenders, winner of more than two dozen Emmy Awards, died Monday in New York City of an aneurysm. His programs addressed substantive and often provocative subjects including atomic war, racial bigotry and medical malpractice.
KWOK TAK-SENG, 79, chairman of Sun Hung Kai Property Ltd., one of Hong Kong's largest property groups, died Tuesday of heart failure. He was listed in February's HongKong inc. magazine as worth $1.32-billion.
CRAIG RUSSELL, 42, an actor who was a female impersonator, died Tuesday in Toronto of a stroke resulting from AIDS, a hospital official said. Mr. Russell became an international box office success with the 1977 movie Outrageous, a low-budget, semi-autobiographical film in which he performed many of his impersonations, especially of his idol, Mae West. He acted in nightclubs and on television after that and in 1986 did a sequel to his film hit called Too Outrageous.
DON DALLAS, 54, who led Missouri-St. Louis soccer teams to a Division II NCAA title in 1973 and to postseason play 16 of the past 18 years, died Tuesday in St. Louis of an apparent heart attack. He had a 236-90-30 record in 23 years as Missouri-St. Louis's only soccer coach.