Harry F. Stump, 75, a Dutch-born sculptor and World War II...

Deaths Elsewhere

September 01, 1998

Harry F. Stump, 75, a Dutch-born sculptor and World War II resistance fighter who moved to Maine to pursue his psychic abilities, died Friday in Warren, Me.

Dorothy Manners Haskell, 95, a columnist who chronicled the lives of Hollywood celebrities, died Aug. 25 in Palm Springs, Calif.

Frederick Reines, 80, a Nobel Prize-winning physicist known as the father of neutrino physics for his groundbreaking research on particle physics, died Wednesday in Orange, Calif.

Pub Date: 9/01/98

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