Municipal Court Judge Abram Ellenbogen died on Thursday at Lake Placid, New York, where he had gone to recuperate from an illness. He was 46 years old. In 1919 he was elected to the bench of the Fifth District Municipal Court for four years and in 1923 re-elected for ten years.
Born in Troy, N. Y. in 1883, Justice Ellenbogen was a graduate of Harvard Law School. He served in the State Assembly for five years. He was a chairman of the Cities Committee and devoted himself to securing improved treatment for public school teachers. The teachers’ pension bill is referred to as the Ellenbogen bill.
Justice Ellenbogen is survived by his widow, mother and two brothers.
Ely Miller, president of the Temple Beth Israel, Milwaukee, Wis., was killed in an auto-mobile accident. His wife was severely injured. The accident occurred on a highway near Adrian, Michigan.
Mr. Miller was 60 and a leader in Orthodox Jewish affairs. He is survived by his widow, two sons, four daughters and a sister. He lived in Milwaukee for 30 years.