Detroit Free Press from Detroit, Michigan on January 2, 1972 · Page 32
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I 1 f 1 r DETROIT FREE PRESS 1J.B Sunday, Jan. 2, '72 Orchestra Leader Is Dead 7 - t Services for Albert Navarro, 57, head of the Al Navarro Orchestra and a widely known musician, will be at 2 p.m. Monday at Verheyden Funeral Home, 16300 Mack, Grosse Pointe Park. Mr. Navarro died Friday at his Grosn Pointe Farms home. He was a guest solist with Arthur Fiedler and the Boston Pops Orchestra when he was 13 yers old. He was known for h i s saxophone and clarinet music. Mr. Navarro came to Detroit after a career with name bands to form his own orchestra. He was best remembered in the area for his orchestra work at Detroit's Roostertail Club. Surviving are his wife, Cyn-th'ia; four sons, Bradford, Peter, Terry and Charles; and a daughter, Lynne. Burial will be in Woodlawn Cemetery. John W. Adams, Science Teacher Services fir John Wesley Adams, a biology and chemistry teacher at Chadsey High School, will be at 4 p.m. Tuesday - at Outer Drive Presbyterian Church, 4849 W. Outer Dr. Mr. Adams, 47, died Wednesday in his Detroit home. He served as co-ordina-tor of school activities at Chadsey. He was a graduate of Morehouse College, received his master's degree at Atlanta University and was studying for his doctorate at Wayne State University. lAt. Adams was an elder of O.U'fer Drive Presbyterian Church, a member of Psi Phi fraternity, scoutmaster o f Troop 421 and a member of the Schoolmen's Club. He served in the U.S. Army medical research corps from 1952 to 1954. Surviving are his wife, Eunice; two sons, Bruce and Brent; his father, Albert; two brothers and three sisters. The body will be at the Thompson Funeral Home, 7643 Dexter, from 6 to 8 p.m. Monday. Burial will be to Georgia. Bella Sugerman, Southfield Resident Services for Mrs. Bella Sugerman will be at 2:15 p.m. Sunday at the Ira Kaufman Funeral Home, 18325 W. Nine Mile, Southfield. Mrs. Sugerman, 74, of South-field, died Saturday in South-field's Providence Hospital. Mrs. Sugerman was born in Toronto and had lived in Detroit for 50 years before moving to Southfield. She was a member of Congregation Shaarey Zedck, past president of its ladies auxiliary, and a member of Hadassah, the National Council of Jewish Women and Zedekah. Surviving are three sons, Boris G a y n e s, Dr. Ernest Gaynes and Martin Sugerman; two daughters, Mrs. Bert Solomon and Mrs. Irving Jr.Auslander; one brother; Ifi grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Burial will be in Clover Hill Park Cemetery in Royal Oak. Harold E. Mountain, Law Firm Partner Services for Harold E. Mountain, influential Detroit lawyer and past president of the Detroit Bar Association, will be at noon Tuesday at the Holy Name Church, Birmingham. Mr. Mountain, 49, of Birmingham died Friday evening ' at the St. Joseph Mercy Hospital, Pontiac. He had been a pa- . tlent there since suffering a heart attack on Dec. 12. Mr. Mountain was a veteran of; World War II and the Korean conflict. He attended St. Louis University and graduated from the University of Detroit Law School. He was a director of the Detroit Golf Club, past president of the Detroit Bar Association, former president of the University of Detroit Law Alumni Association, first chairman of Legal Aid and Defenders former director of Citholic . Social Services for Oakland County and former professor of law at the U-D. HE WAS a member of the Governor's Grievance Board, American College of Trial Lawyers and American Bar Association. . He was a partner in the law firm of Freud, Markus, Slavin and Mountain with offices in the Guardian Building. ; Surviving are his wife, Jane K.; two sons, Mark and Edward; a daughter, Mary Jane, and a brother, the Rev. Wil-11 am J. Mountain, of New York City. ;A rosary will be said at R pm.: Monday at the Vasu-Lvnch Funeral Home, 4375 N. fH CLOSED SUN. JAM! f (P(q(q PWIaMMI fclV7 H JUjiWlrllg J LEAN MEATY ffi). StPARE RIBS iViiVt DEL MOhftlSwKLE 0 THRIFTY f CREAMETTES nT ROYAL- flCN EUO fi iMSTAMT f ) Woodward, Royal Oak. I. t r ii f fri in fi 1 i - i r ""-inritim

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