Rose Ugent obituary
9 Obituary SAM II. KRASNO Sam H. Krasno, 48, of 3030 N. Fifty-third street, died suddenly Monday at Mount Sinai hospital. Mr. Krasno operated a glove plant at 1119 N. Water street. He was a member of Gilead lodge B'nai B'rith and the Milwaukee Home for Aged Jews. He was a resident of Milwaukee since 1911. Survivors are his wife, Eva; a daughter, Betty Lee; a son, Norman; his father, Eli; four brothers. Maxwell of Waukesha, and Jacob, Joseph and Phillip, and two sisters, Mrs. Syd Shapiro and Mrs. Ann Silberman. Services were held at the Goodman funeral home, 1701 W. Walnut street. Burial was in Second Home cemetery. MRS. ROSE I'GENT Funeral services were held at the Schram and Bensman funeral home. 2221 N. Teutonia avenue, for Mrs. Kose Ugent. 43, of 2513 N. Forty-fifth street, who died Monday at Deaconess hospital. Mrs. Ugent was the wife of Jacob Ugent, head of the Ugent Fur Company at 1000 W. Burleigh street. Survivors in addition to her husband are two sons, Irving and Donald; a daughter, Mrs. Bertha Bcrnfeld, and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Kardon of Chicago. Interment was in Anshe Lebovitz cemetery. MRS. IDA TURECK Funeral services were held at the S-hram and Bensman funeral I home, 2221 N. Teutonia avenue, for Mrs. Ida Tureck, a former Milwaukeean, who died at the age of 57 at her home in Des Moines, Iowa. Survivors are a son, Ben, of Los Angeles; four daughters, Mrs. Elizabeth Mendelsohn. Milwaukee; Mrs. Edith Seizer, Des Moines, Mrs. Mae Saenger and Mrs. Ethel Yaro. Los Angeles; and 11 grandchildren. Interment took place in Mount Zion cemetery. Force is the vital principle and immediate parent of despotism. Jefferson.