Posted by Cathy Gowdy on Saturday, April 08, 2006 at 15:13:15 :
The Marin Journal
Thursday, March 26, 1931
San Francisco Man Dies In Accident
Walking toward the Northwestern Pacific station at Sausalito to board a ferry to San Francisco, Sunday afternoon, sol Friedman, 330 Broderick street, San Francisco, was hit by a taxi and died of the injuries sustained.
Friedman had spent the day with his son, Edward, in Kentfield, and the son drove him to the Sausalito station. Friedman bid Edward “Goodby,” and started toward the ferry when the taxi, driven by Albert Pirachini, hit him, throwing him on his head, fracturing his skull. He was pronounced dead when he reached the Ross General Hospital, but the driver will not be held to answer for his death.
Deceased was a clothier in San Francisco, and is survived by his wife, Julia Friedman, and his children – Harry, Edward and Sadie Friedman. His sister, Sarah Greenberg, and brothers, Hyman, Sam and Joe Friedman, also are left to mourn his death.
Funeral rites will be held today from the parlors of Halsted & Diercks in San Francisco, and burial will take place at t he Salem Cemetery.
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