Gwendolyn Gordy Fuqua, 71, who helped her...

THE BALTIMORE SUN

Gwendolyn Gordy Fuqua, 71, who helped her music mogul brother Berry Gordy Jr. form Motown Records, died of cancer Monday in San Diego. Mrs. Fuqua and her sister, Anna, led Motown's famous artist development department, where Mrs. Fuqua helped guide such Motown stars as the Supremes, Martha and the Vandellas, and the Temptations.

Robert Kramer,60, an American movie director who devoted his career to capturing dissident movements from Vietnam war protesters to Latin American guerrillas, died Wednesday at Rouen Hospital in Normandy from meningitis, French news media reported.

Ketil Moe,32, a lung transplant recipient who ran the New York City Marathon last weekend despite doctors' warnings, died Friday of a bacterial infection. Mr. Moe collapsed Wednesday on his way home to Norway.

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