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Monday, September 11, 1967
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8 Part II MON., SEPT. 11, 1967 gpg flngeltg Himtg 2 Samuel Aaron Fryer, Philanthropist, Dies Retired Biochemist and Patron of Jewish Institutions of Learning Succumbs at 83 Samuel Aaron Fryer, retired biochemist and one of the nation's great benefactors of Jewish learning, died Saturday at Ocean House, Santa Monica. Mr. Fryer, who was born in the Ukraine and brought to the United States at the age of 11, was S3. His philanthropies ran to millions of dollars, and he leaves numerous educational facilities bearing his name, from Los Angeles to Jerusalem. Locally, these include the 10-story Fryer Hall, formerly the Hollywood Athletic Club, of the University of Judaism, and the new $1.5 million Samuel A. Fryer Academy on Beverly Blvd. In Israel, there is the Fryer aeronautical engineering building at the Israel Institute of Technology (Technion) at Haifa, and a research laboratory at Hebrew University, Je-rusalem. Mr. Fryer also contributed to the Jewish National Fund for the establishment of a research village in organic farming. A testimonial dinner honoring Mr. Fryer for his benefactions in Israel had been scheduled for Oct. 1, with Israeli Foreign Minister Abba Eban as the speaker. Onetime head of Fryer Bio logical Laboratories, Chicago, Mr. Fryer's career was devoted princi Benjamin Held; Active in Democratic Politics Benjamin Held, attorney and one of the founding members of the California Democratic Council, died Sunday. Mr. Held, who began his practice here 22 years ago, served as treasurer in Democrat Richard Nevins' campaign for the State Board of Equalization, and was active in the campaign of the late Democratic Sen. Clair Engle. He was counsel for the Associated Surplus Dealers of the Western United home entertainment . . . the drama and comfort of our persian print culottes... in easy care caprolan nylon jersey.. .with cowl neck that flips into a tie in back, graceful three-quarter sleeves. . . brilliant tones of pink or blue. ..8 to 18. ..40.00... negligees, second floor swnail and telephone orders accepted pally to research in fertile soils which produce high quality protein foods. Funeral services for Mr. Fryer, a graduate of Chicago's Jewish Manual Training School and Ath-eneum College, will be at 11 a.m. Tuesday, at the University of Judaism. The eulogy will be delivered by Dr. Simon Greenberg, chancellor of the parent University of Judaism, New York, and vice chancellor of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America. Burial will follow at Mt. Sinai Memorial Park. Mr. Fryer leaves a nephew and a niece, Stephen Urette and Dorothy Fryer Urette, and a sister-in-law, Mrs. Frances Fryer. Counties to Get Forest Revenues BISHOP Rep. Harold T. (Bizz) Johnson (D-Roseville) has reported that Inyo and Mono counties are among 19 counties which will receive more than $5 million this year in national forest revenues. Inyo County will receive $25,016 and Mono County $2S,1S7. The funds will be returned to counties for road work and school purposes and represent 25 of the net proceeds and receipts of national forest management. States, a member of the Los Feliz Jewish Community Center and Los Angeles lodge of B'nai B'rith. Funeral services will be conducted Tuesday at 2 p.m. at Hillside Memorial Park chapel under direction of Willen-Glasband Hollywood Mortuary. Mr. Held is survived by his wife, M u r i e 1, 2555 Aberdeen Ave.; son, Jonathan; daughter, Abigail; mother, Helen; brother, Invin, and a sister, Mrs. Jackson Belford. m Travel SSig Tfj. iran, r rn-- fa n Scheiberling; Ex-Chief of Legion, 79 ALBANY, N.Y. W Edward N. Scheiberling, 79, a former national commander of the American. Legion and member of the Legion's National Legislative Committee, died here Sunday after a brief illness. His association with the organization began in 1919, when he organized and became commander of Al T? r bany's Post No. 225. In 1944 and 1945, he served as national commander and called for "no more wars" and "jobs for returning veterans" of World War II. 16-Year-Old Driver Killed in Car Crash - A 16-year-old driver was fatally injured Sunday when he lost control of his car on Los Virgenes Road near Mulholland Drive, struck another car and crashed into a tree. Constantine Badescu, 16, of 6219 Reseda Blvd., Reseda, was dead on arrival at Woodland Park Community Hospital. IN KIMBERLY'S ?: -a orever 2-CAR CRASH KILLS 5 AT CAMP PENDLETON Exclusivt it Th Tlmei from a StiH Wrllr CAMP PENDLETON Three marines were among five persons killed in a two-car headon collision late Saturday on a road inside this Marine base. Base authorities said Sunday the cause of t h e accident had not been determined. The dead were: Mrs. Kay Valenzuela, IS, of 108 Lucia St., San Cle-mente, wife of the driver of one of the cars, Marine Cpl. Richard Valenzuela, who was critically injured. travel happy, travel light... live with ease and live in style... 5fii ft- StM mmm in our care-free dacron polyester knits that have the look of silk .one-piece rib knit white, green.., two - crochet top and stay-in-pleat skirt. . . white, black; brown, raspberry, green ...8 to 18. ..66.00. ..sportswear knitwear, street floor The infant daughter of the Valenzuelas, Michele Dianne. Cpl. Gerald L. Duhon, 23, of 640 S. El Camino Real, San Clemente. Lance Cpl. Roderick E. Shipman, IS, of 922 Bougainville St., Oceanside. Cpl. Richard E. Defrates, 19, of Dallas City, 111. Another Marine corporal, Dean C. Grover, no age nr address available, was seriously injured. All the marines involved were attached to Camp Pendleton units. . JP afltMaaak in purple, brown, piece with lacy Illegal Alien Arrests Set Kern Mark Exclusivt to Tlii Tlmti from a Slllf Wrllir BAKERSFIELD The U.S. Border Patrol set a record in August when it apprehended 564 illegal aliens throughout Kern County. The roundup more than doubled the July total of 249, which was also a record-setting month. A year ago in August lhe Bakersfield office of the Border Patrol made 225 arrests. Almost all the aliens POOL PACRON KNITS single roundup during the month was at a Delano vineyard where border patrolmen arrested 21 men with the aid of a spotting plane. Largest X-Ray Units to Be Put In at Air Base ALBUQUERQUE W The two largest X-ray machines in the world soon will be installed at Kirtland Air Force Base. The machines weigh a combined total of 600 tons. They will not be used "for seeing through things." hut to simulate effects of nuclear radiation on electronic equipment.

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