George C. Edward Jr, 80, former chief judge of the 6th...

DEATHS ELSEWHERE

April 11, 1995

George C. Edward Jr, 80, former chief judge of the 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals from 1979 to 1983 who authored the 1971 ruling that banned secret wiretapping, died Saturday of complications from Parkinson's disease in Cincinnati. He ruled that wiretapping without court authorization violated Fourth Amendment protections against illegal searches and seizures.

Theodore Elenoff, 70, a New York law firm founder and former president of the American Jewish Congress, died Sunday of a heart attack. He became president of the American Jewish Committee in 1985. He helped found Squadron, Elenoff, Plesent, & Lehrer in 1972.

Fred Harvey Harrington, 82, president of the University of Wisconsin during student anti-war demonstrations in the 1960s, died Saturday from complications following a stroke in Madison, Wis. He the right to demonstrate peacefully.

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