Rose Kryzak, 99, who lobbied for senior citizens' rights...

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June 26, 1999

Rose Kryzak, 99, who lobbied for senior citizens' rights for 27 years, died Thursday in New York. She was chosen New York State Senior Citizen of the Year in 1986 by the state Legislature and was inducted into the National Women's Hall of Fame in Seneca Falls in 1997.

George E. Turner, 73, a special effects illustrator, author and former editor of American Cinematographer magazine, died Sunday in Pasadena, Calif. Mr. Turner began as a cartoonist and illustrator. He created special effects for the television series "Zorro" and films including "The Shape of Things to Come," "One From the Heart" and "Creature."

Norman B. Hirsh, 64, an engineer and aerospace executive who oversaw development and production of the Army's Apache attack helicopter, died June 8 in Coto de Caza, Calif., of a heart attack.

Frederick Trump, 93, who amassed a fortune constructing apartment buildings and then watched his son Donald turn the family business into a real estate empire, died in New York yesterday. Mr. Trump had been hospitalized at Long Island Jewish Medical Center in New Hyde Park for pneumonia.

Pub Date: 6/26/99

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