Frankie Vaughan,71, a British song and dance man who appealed to audiences in Las Vegas, New York and his native England, died yesterday in London. He underwent heart surgery this year. Mr. Vaughan, who made hits of "Green Door" and "Kisses Sweeter Than Wine," had a moderately successful movie career in the 1960s. He appeared in "Let's Make Love" in 1960, performing a musical number with Marilyn Monroe.
Henri Storck,92, a Belgian film pioneer who broke new ground in documentaries with a 1933 account of a coal miners' strike, died Thursday in Brussels.
Thomas E. Atkins,78, South Carolina's last surviving World War II Medal of Honor recipient, died Wednesday in Spartanburg after living with heart disease and cancer for several years. He was one of five South Carolinians awarded the Medal of Honor during World War II.
Daniel Grove,75, a former Colorado state representative who was instrumental in creating the state's prison work-release program, died of bone cancer Monday in Denver.
Frances Knight Parrish, 94, retired chief of the U.S. Passport Office, died Sept. 11 in Washington after a series of strokes. Mrs. Parrish, who was known by her maiden name, Knight, was director of the U.S. Passport Office for 22 years before retiring in 1977.