RECENT FIGHTING between rebels and government troops throughout El Salvador has left 41 people dead and 17 injured, the army said Saturday . . . LAWRENCE "BUD" FREEMAN, who helped make Chicago the jazz capital of the Roaring '20s, died Friday in Chicago of cancer at age 84. Freeman, a tenor saxophone player, was the last surviving member of the "Austin High Gang," a group that forged the Chicago jazz sound of the 1920s . . . A LEFTIST GUERRILLA was killed when bombs exploded in four Turkish cities to protest Secretary of State James Baker's visit to Turkey Saturday. The unidentified guerrilla died in a premature explosion which wounded a colleague when they planted a bomb outside a U.S. office in the western city of Izmir, the Anatolian news agency said.
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