Robert Cahn, 80, a writer whose devotion to the...

DEATHS ELSEWHERE

October 30, 1997

Robert Cahn, 80, a writer whose devotion to the environment won him a Pulitzer Prize in 1968 for in-depth reporting on national parks, died Friday in Boulder, Colo.

Virginia A. "Toni" Carabillo, 71, a founder of the Los Angeles chapter of the National Organization for Women who wrote on women's issues, died Tuesday in Los Angeles.

Dr. William Feinberg, 45, a University of Arizona neurologist renowned for research into stroke and stroke prevention, died Friday in Tucson after a heart attack.

John Peters, 67, the supreme medicine man of the Mashpee Wampanoag Indian tribe, whose work helped lead to national repatriation laws concerning Indian remains and artifacts, died Monday in Mashpee, Mass.

John Sturdivant, 59, national president of the American Federation of Government Employees, died Tuesday of leukemia at Fairfax Hospital in Virginia, the union said.

Pub Date: 10/30/97

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