Detroit Free Press from Detroit, Michigan on November 19, 1954 · Page 11
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Detroit Free Press from Detroit, Michigan · Page 11

Detroit, Michigan
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Friday, November 19, 1954
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rr ' . . wfs Mllll , lt.t.llil,y,t.y. - " -' I"1 V DETROIT FREE PRESS Friday, Nov. 19, 1954 1 Novelist Cameron Is Dead Donald Clough Cameron, 48, novelist and former Detroit and Windsor newspaper man, died In New York of cancer. Mr. Cameron was the eon of W. J. Cameron, Ford Motor Co. publicist of the 30s. Mr. Cameron was bom In Detroit and attended public schoola. He was later graduated from St. John's Military Academy in Dela-field, Wia. HE STARTED his newspaper career In 1924 on. the Detroit Free Press. He also worked on the Detroit News, the Times and the Windsor Star. In 1948, Mr. Cameron wrote a series of articles on the menace of Communism which wan mmM. Sf,) o IK) C ' hi BE EXTRA PROUD OF YOUR HOME WHEN YOU WELCOME YOUR GUESTS, HURRY TO HUDSON'S NOW cated In 57 -papers in the United States ana a in Canada. Recently, Mr. Cameron had deroted his time to writing mystery novels. He is survived bv hi nrnt. of Dearborn; his wife, Eva, and a son ponaia. WILLIAM SULLIVAN A Royal Oak funeral director. Mr. Sullivan, of 715 W, Eleven Mile Rd.. died Thursday in the Alex ander Convalescent Home, Royal Oak. He was 78. Mr. Sullivan was senior partner of the William Sullivan & Son Funeral Home, 705 W. Eleven Mile Rd. Royal Oak. He founded the firm In 1906. Always active In civic affairs, Mr. Sullivan was selected Citizen of the Year by the Royal Oak Chamber of Commerce in 1951. A native- of Royal Oak. Mr. suinvan waa a member of the Royal Oak Village Council In 1912 ana a former clerk of Royal Oak Township. Mr. Sullivan was member of the Bishop Gallagher Council 2569, K. of C, Fourth Degree Assembly of the Bishop Gallagher Council and BPOE No. 1523. He Is Burvlved by a son, James W. His body will be at the Sullivan Funeral Home until Monday morning. Services will be at 9 a.m. Monday at St. Marys t;nurcn, Koyaj oak. Burial will be In St. Marys Cemetery. MRS. HAZEL KOEHN FEZ. ZEY A Red Cross blood bank registrar for four years. Mrs. Fezzey, 65, died Wednesday at her home, 175P8 Fairfield. A native of Detroit, she attended the University of Michigan and Ohio State University. She formerly was a librarian at the Main Library, Woodward and Klrby. Surviving are her husband, Chester T. Fezzey, and three sisters, Mrs. Edward C. Salyerds, Mra. Charles L. Roehm and Mrs. Harold A. Tapert. Services will be at 1 p.m. Saturday at the Northwest Chapel of the William R. Hamilton Co.. 18900 James Couzens. Burial will be in Woodlawn Cemetery. j L. M. KYES The father of Roger M. Kyes, former assistant defense secretary, died Wednesday at his winter home in Winter Haven, Fla. His son, now General Motors Corp. vice president, flew to winter Haven upon receiving the news. Mr. Kyes was a lifelong: resi- "cut oi Lcuumoiana county, o. nis nome was in East Palestine, He was a lawyer, active in politics and had served as county Republican chairman. toineral services will be In East Palestine. JOHV KLtJUE Services for Mr. KlUge. 59. Of 3fU3 Rjilfnnr will be at 11 a. m. Saturday at verneyaen uneral Home, 16300 Mack. Mr. Kluge, who until his retirement seven years ago owned the Kluge Art Studio at 2148 E. Grand Blvd., died Wednesday. His wife, Betty, and a son, Harvev. survive. Burial will be in Michigan Memorial Cemetery. Graveside sen-ices will be conducted by Loyalty Lodge, No. 488, F & AM. "I m HUDSON'S NORTHLAND OPEN FRIDAY ' TILL 9 P.M. f , ft 3 ' i WAV t" iWlfl'l--i'...ri ,,, . ,Y .Jtafc. (SPECIALLY PRICED European White " Goose Down Pillows 8.95 i 2lx2r cut size The importer bought boatloads of white goose down from Europe. The substantial savings we pass on to you. Goosedown pillows are soft to the touch, but give firm support for restful sleep. 21x27" size fits any standard pillow. Feather-resistant ticking "prevents down from working out. Multistripe. 50 feather, 50 down,, 6.95. Save now! HUDSON'S tOWNTOWN-3rd-.Gr.nd Riv.r-A HUDSON'S NORTHLAND Firif Ltv.l ' MRS. Fivr n rrn i rn Benlces will be held at 2:30 " m- oaiuraay in the Bell Chapel eon the William R. Hamilton Co., 820 E. Maple, Birmingham, for Mrs. Fuller, 73, who died Thursday at the Arnold Home. Burial m nuaeiana f&Tk cemetery. Mrs. Fuller was born In Pioneer. O. She HvH in th. n.tmif area for 40 years and was a me vvooawara Avenue PrehvoH ri.i,nh mnA of the New Colony Club. Her COm Ursa - f BOO Hf....l . , " poo rreBtcneuier Way, Birmingham. Surviving are a eon, 'Douglas J. Fuller; a sister, Mrs. R. C. "anna, and two grandchildren. Deaths Eheuhere Erich Brandels, 65, newsman and columnist; in Weston, Conn. . . . Robert James Mawhlnnpy, 95, solicitor of the Treasury under President Harding and Coolidge; In Kensington, Md. . . . Robert W. Harper, 52, former president of the National Teachers Retirement Association; in Helena, Mnt Lt Col. Myron K. Barrett, 59, editor of the Army Information Digest; in New Kochelle, N. T. The Rev. Peter Froeherg, 81, former president of Upsala ( N.J.) 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