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Ingrid Bergman, 65, the wife of Swedish...

Ingrid Bergman, 65, the wife of Swedish director Ingmar Bergman, died of stomach cancer Saturday at a Stockholm hospital, Swedish media reported yesterday. Married to the director since 1971, she was his fifth wife and he was her second husband. In his 1988 autobiography, Ingmar Bergman wrote that he could not conceive of life without her. Mrs. Bergman is not the late Swedish actress by the same name who starred in "Casablanca" with Humphrey Bogart and won two Academy awards.

Seymour B. Durst, 81, a New York real estate developer Seymour B. Durst known for his love of the city's history and his battles with government, died Friday of stroke complications. For decades, he was one of the city's leading real-estate developers. He also gained attention with his articles, advertisements and letters to newspapers complaining of government intervention in land-use affairs. His unhappiness with the national debt prompted him to put a "national debt clock" up in mid-Manhattan that displays second-by-second estimates of the debt's growth.


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