Morton Wishengrad, Noted Writer
of Eternal Light Scripts, Dies at 50
Morton Wishengrad, noted radio scripts was published in
script writer and dramatist, died 1954, under the title of The
of a heart attack Feb. 12 at his Eternal Light. He has also had
JULIA ROTH, 18277 Rose-
FANNY KOWALSKY, 20096
RACHEL. BLATT, 18202 Ard-
New York home, 125 West 79th plays published in leading an- lawn, died Feb. 17. She leaves McIntyre,
died Feb. 15. Sur- more, died Feb. 19. Survived
St. He was 50.
three sons, Louis, George and vived by daughter, Mrs. Sam
A graduate of Brooklyn Col-
Wishengrad is survived by four Jack; three brothers and two Pickens and four grandchildren. by husband, Joseph; two daugh-
ters, Mrs. Donald Leib and Mrs.
lege, Wishengrad started his ca- children. Joel and Mrs. Tess sisters.
reer in 1942 as AFL Director of Yager were the children with
Harvey Miller; three brothers,
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EMMA CHISIK, 14211 Wale s, two sisters and four grandchil-
the joint AFL-CIO Labor Short- his late first wife, the former
BETTY WALDMAN died - in
wave Bureau. Rose Pesin. Daniel and Nina Paris, France, on Feb. 8. Sur- Oak Park, died Feb. 15. Su r- dren.
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He filled in a are the children of his second vived by five sons, Alexander vived by sons, Sidney and Mo r-
script for the marriage, to Elisabeth Cole, of Detroit, Morris of New York, ris; six grandchildren, and tw 0
NBC show of which was terminated by di- Arthur, Herman and John, all great-grandchildren.
died Feb. 19 in Miami. Survived
that period, vorce. three of Paris; five daughters,
MORRIS RUBINSTEIN, by wife, Genevieve; three
three of Paris and Mrs. Louis 18986
Evergreen, died Feb. 16. daughter s, Mrs. Benjamin
Victory," a n d Day School Operator
Bloom of New York and Mrs. Survived
by his wife, Dora; Frumkin, Mrs. Samuel Rosen
thus began his
Douglas Rose of Allentown, Pa.; sons, Lawrence,
Jack and Rob- and Mrs. Nathan Golden; and
16 grandchildren and three great ert; daughter, Mrs.
Stanley six grandchildren.
Mrs. Edythe Lippman Cugell, grandchildren.
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Since 1944, of 18495 Washburn, died Mon-
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MARY LIPIN, 18520 W.
Wishengrad day at the age of 70. Funeral
ROSE HERMAN died in Mi-
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Seven Mile, died Feb. 20. Sur-
had wri tten services were held at Kaufman
ROSE WALD, 21871 Avon vived by husband, Abram; a
over 1 0 0 Chapel Wednesday. She was di- ami, Fla., on Feb. 8. Survived
a son, Sam of Detroit; a Oak Park, died Feb. 17. Sur- son, George Mundstock; two
scripts for the rector and co-owner of Cugell by
daughter, Mrs. Betty Katz of vived by sons, Isidore and Jack:. daughters, Mrs. David Martin
Eternal Light, Day School, 10010 Thatcher for Miami;
and two grandchildren.
two brothers; a sister; four and Mrs. Victor Lorber; a sis-
a weekly radio the past 20 years:
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grandchildren; and two great- ter, five grandchildren and a
program pro- Surviving her are her hus-
SAM RUBIN, 16176 Prairie, grandchildren. -
: duced jointly band, Simeon; daughters, Mrs.
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by The Jew- Charles Nagler and Mrs. Her- died Feb. 14. Survived by sons,
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ish Theological bert Philipp; a brother, Lee C. Louis, N a t h a n and Isadore;
RICHARD A. MENDELSON,
Wishengrad Seminary of Lippman; a sister, Mrs. Agnes daughter, Mrs. Bernard Kersh, of 15200 Northfield,. died Feb. 19. land, died Feb. 13. Survived
Atlanta, Ga.; 10 grandchildren, Survived by his parents, Dr.
America and the National Broad- Klein, and two grandchildren.
three sons, Louis, Barnet and
Mrs. Cugell was well known and four great grandchildren.
casting Company. Of these scripts
and Mrs. Herbert Mendelson; Saul of Columbus, O.; two daugh-
critic Jahn Crosby of the Herald here as the owner and director * * * grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl ters, Mrs. Harry (Pauline) Rich-
Tribune wrote, "All Mr. Wishen- of Camp Q-Gull near Charlevoix, EMMA CHISIK, 14211 Wales, Frumin and Mr. and Mrs. Fred ' mond and Nora of Los Angeles,
grad's scripts seem pervaded which is now known as Camp 1 Oak Park, died Feb. 15. Sur- Mendelson; a brother and a Calif; five grandchildren and two
with a brooding spirituality Seagull. •
vived by sons, Sidney and _Mor- sister.
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which affects even me, to whom
Mrs. Cugell, who was born ris; six grandchildren, and two
the Talmud is a trackless wilder- in Greenville, Mich., lived in great grandchildren.
JULIA LEBOVICS, 16755
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Detroit for 50 years. She was
Woodingham, died Feb. 19. &Lir-
Wishengrad was also the au- a member of Hadassah, Brand-
HARRY SCHILLER, 18140 vived by her husband, Aron:
thor of The Rope Dancers, a play eis Women, ORT Women, Tem- San Juan, died Feb. 19. Sur- son, Bernard Lebow, of Calif.;
which had a successful Broad- ple Beth El and was active in vived by wife, Nellie; a daugh- daughters, Mrs. Ben Pollack
way run. His other radio and Purity Chapter Eastern Star of ter, Mrs. Saul Sugar; and six and Mrs. Irving Lewis, of Ohio;
television credits include "The which she was a former worthy grandchildren.
a brother; eight grandchildren;
During the corning
Jeffersonian Heritage," a series matron. President Franklin D.
and two great-grandchildren.
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week Yeshiva Beth
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presented in 1952 through a Roosevelt once cited her as a
Yehuda will observe
grant from the Ford Founda- "Woman of the Month." She
M I N N I E NORWICH 18290
the Yahrzeit of the
tion; "The Cavalcade of Amer-
a visor o
am- died Feb. 20 in St. Petersburg, her husband Joseph; a son Al-
ica," scripts about science and bow Girls.
friends, with the
medicine; and adaptations for
of Ian; two daughters, Mrs. Manuel
Prayers, recitation of
the "Theatre Guild of the Air" Anna Weizmann, Sister
' (Anne) Weinstein and Mrs.
Mrs. Sam (Dorothy) Glass of DaVid (Rosa Lee) Penfil; a
Kaddish and study-
of the works of such writers as
ing of Mishnayes.
Southfield. Mrs. William (Bella) brother, James Davis; a sister,
Bernard Shaw, Sinclair Lewis of Late President of
Stone of Detroit, and Mrs. Mrs. Bertha Schram
and Robert Sherwood.
Israel, Dies at 72
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One volume of Wishengrad's
TEL AVIV, (JTA)—Funeral George (Hadassah) Wagman of
Shevat . Feb.
services were held at - Rehovot Los Angeles; Calif.; and eight
Sima Kaila Bas Moshe 29
Tuesday for Prof. Anna Weiz- grandchildren.
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mann, sister of the late first
She leaves her husband, Maurice
The Family of the late
S O F I E ENGELMAN, 18969 H.; parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack
President of Israel, who died at
her home there Monday, aged Ferguson, died Feb. 20. Survived pensler; sister, Marilyn Pensler
and brother, Getzel Jagoda.
Acknowledges wit h
Leo Nathan Spector 30
chemistry — which was Dr.
2200 Fuller, Ann Arbor, died Abraham
the many kind expres- -
in science—she was born in the
Richard M.; son, Gordon G. Max Harris
sions of sympathy ex-
township of Motele, Russia, as He leaves wife, Rose; -daughter , Lawrence of Melrose Park, Phil- Mary Weingarden
tended by relatives
he was. She received her basic Mrs. Ira (Flo) Levy; two broth- adelphia, Pa.; daughter, Mrs.
and friends during the
scientific education at the Uni- ers, Charles and Louis; sister, Thomas (Marjorie) Treeger of Chananya Willis
family's recent be-
versity of Zurich, taught at the
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Weizmann Institute, and was, at grandchildren.
her death, professor - emeritus
BESSIE BERKOVITZ, 18634 Ben Solomon
Joseph Stein, Owner
of the Institute.
Tracey, died Feb. 17. She leaves
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Sidney A. Deitch
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