Gen. Leonard F. Chapman Jr., 86, who as commandant of...

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January 10, 2000

Gen. Leonard F. Chapman Jr., 86, who as commandant of the Marines oversaw the withdrawal of the Corps' last combat forces from Vietnam, died Thursday of complications from cancer in Falls Church, Va. His career as a Marine lasted from 1935 until his retirement in the early 1970s.

Nackey S. Loeb,75, former publisher of the Union Leader and New Hampshire Sunday News who, during the impeachment scandal, ran a headline calling President Clinton "a disgrace," died yesterday at her home in Goffstown, N.H. She had been in failing health because, in part, of complications associated with her partial paralysis from a 1977 car accident.

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