Fernando Chamorro Rappaccioli, 62, a Nicaraguan guerrilla...


September 10, 1994

Fernando Chamorro Rappaccioli, 62, a Nicaraguan guerrilla leader who fought both the United States-backed dictatorship of Anastasio Somoza and the Sandinista government that replaced died Tuesday in Managua, Nicaragua, of complications from an embolism that paralyzed him two years ago.

Cassandra Marie Gouzd, whose courage won the admiration of first lady Hillary Rodham Clinton, died Tuesday of leukemia in Morgantown, W.Va. She was 9. Cassie met with Mrs. Clinton during a 1993 health care forum at West Virginia University and gave her a handmade jewelry box.

Edna Manilow, 70, the mother of singer-songwriter Barry Manilow, died of cancer Thursday in Palm Beach, Fla.

Frederick Manfred, 82, who wrote "Lord Grizzly," and other novels in the Buckskin Man series, died Wednesday in Luverne, Minn. In all, he wrote more than 30 books.


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