Daniel H. Thomas, 93, a senior U.S. District judge who was...

Deaths Elsewhere

April 18, 2000

Daniel H. Thomas, 93, a senior U.S. District judge who was known for his handling of cases in maritime law during a lengthy career on the bench, died Thursday in Mobile, Ala.

Gary Bellow, 64, a Harvard Law School professor whose work with impoverished clients and farm workers helped form the basis for a pioneering legal aid program, died Thursday of complications from a heart transplant in Cambridge, Mass.

Abram Chayes, 77, a Harvard Law School professor who represented Nicaragua's Sandinista government in a successful World Court lawsuit against the United States, died Sunday in Boston of complications from pancreatic cancer.

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