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Dr. A. L. Lipschutz, 46
Ship Chandler, Dies

   Dr. Albert L. Lipschutz, president of Lipschutz Brothers, ship chandlers, 123 South sr.,  died Friday in Hahnemann Hospital.  He was 46 and lived at 1509 James Rd., Wynnewood.
   Dr. Lipschutz was graduated from Temple University Dental School and served as a dentist in the Army during the Second World War with the rank of captain.  He was a member of Congregation Temple Adath Israel if the Main Line, the American Legion and the Suburban Art League.
   Surviving are his wife, the former Janis Goldstein; a son, Marc; a daughter, Sharon; and two brothers, Sidney and Morton.
   Services will be held at 10 A.M. Sunday at Morris Rosenberg's Son, 2009 N. Broad St.

  In 1950, Albert submitted an application for the Pennsylvania WWII Veterans Bonus.

It indicates that he began service on 27 June 1942 and served overseas from 7 August to 27 December 1944.

He was credited with 33 months of domestic service and 5 months overseas and awarded a bonus of $405 as a consequence.

Captain Lipschutz was attached from the 157th General Hospital, Birkenhead, England, to the Medical Detachment, 508th PIR as a dental officer in August and September 1944. He was discharged on 23 August 1945 at Fort Dix, NJ.

Tragically, on 20 November 1959, Albert died of an Acute Anterior Myocardial Infarction.  He was just 46 years of age.


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