Albertis S. Harrison Jr., 88, who was Virginia's governor...


January 25, 1995

Albertis S. Harrison Jr., 88, who was Virginia's governor from 1962 to 1966 while the state struggled with school desegregation, died Monday in Lawrenceville, Va. He was related to Benjamin Harrison, one of the signers of the Declaration of Independence, and two presidents, William Henry Harrison and Benjamin Harrison.

Arthur Cohen, 74, an engineer who helped to develop the proximity fuse detonator, a battlefield device that caused enemy missiles to explode prematurely, saving many soldiers' lives in World War II, died of cancer on Jan. 12. He resided in Flemington, N.J.

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