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May 20, 1955 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1955-05-20

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Monument Unveilings

(Unveiling announcements may be In-
serted by mail or by calling The Jewish
News office, VE. 8-9364. Written an-
nouncements must be acccmpanied by
the name and address of the person
making the insertion. There is a standard
charge of $2.00 for unveiling notices,
measuring an inch in depth.)

Irving Wolfgang Dies;
Founded Jeweler's Group

Irving J. Wolfgang, jeweler
who resided in Detroit for 59
years, died May 15, in his home
at 660 Whitmore. He was found-
er and president of Cole & Erwin
Jewelers and president of Miller
Jewelers, of Jackson, Battle
Creek and Hastings.
Mr. Wolfgang served two
terms as president of the Na-
tional Jewelers Association, and
was a past president of the
Greater Detroit Jewelers Associa-
tion, which he helped to _found.
He also was a member of the
Consistory, Moslem Shrine,
Franklin Hills Country C 1 u b,
Standard Club, Temple Beth El
and Bnai Brith. •
Services were at Ira Kaufman
Chapel and Temple Beth El,.
with interment in Clover Hill
Park Cemetery. He leaves his
wife, Edith; two daughtets, Mrs.
Bernard Fisher, of Muskegon,
Mrs. James Seitner, of Hunting-
ton Woods; his mother, Mrs.
Min n i e Wolfgang; and four
grandchildren.

Obituaries

The family of the late Julius
Kirsh announces the unveiling
of a monument in his memory
at 12 noon, Sunday, May 29, at
Hebrew Memorial Park Ceme-
tery, 14 Mile and Gratiot. Rela-
The family of the late Eileen tives and friends are asked to
Yanover announces the unveil- attend.
* * *
ing of a monument in her mem-
The family of the late William
ory at 2 p.m., Sunday, May 22, Axelrod announces the unveiling
at Machpelah Cemetery. Rabbi of a monument in his memory at
Adler will officiate. Relatives and 11 a.m., Sunday, May 29, at Nu-
friends are asked to attend.
sach Harie- Cemetery-. Rabbi I.
a * *
Stollman will officiate. Relatives
The family of the late Harry and friends are asked to attend.
Friedman announces the unveil-
* *
ing of a monument in his mem-
Announcement is made of the
ory at 11 a.m., Sunday, May 29, unveiling of a monument in
at Clover Hill Park Cemetery, memory of Dr. Jack L. Miller by
3607 Fourteen Mile. Relatives Mrs. Jessie Miller, Mrs. Samuel
and friends are asked to attend. W. Leib, Mrs. Al Mitteldorf and
* * *
Mr. Maurice Miller, widow, sis-
Mrs. Norman Snitz and Mrs. ters and brother of Dr. Miller,
Sam Backrack announce the on Sunday, May 22, at 3 p.m., at
unveiling of a monument in Clover Hill Park Cemetery. Rel-
memory of their parents, Mr. atives and friends are asked to
and Mrs. Hyman Beckman, at attend.
* * *
1:30 p.m., Sunday, May 29, at
Hebrew Memorial Park Ceme-
The family of the late Edward
tery. Rabbi Goldman will offi- Benjamin announces the unveil-
Morris Short Dies
ciate. Relatives and friends are ing of a monument in his mem-
asked to attend.
ory at 11 a.m., Sunday, May 22,
Services for Morris J. Short,
* * *
at Northwest Hebrew Memorial of 32740 Balmoral Knolls, Farm-
The family of the late Ida Park Cemetery, 28500 W. Six ington, Mich., who died May 11,
Kliger announces the unveiling Mile, near Middlebelt. Rabbi Se- were held last week at Hebrew
of a monument in her memory gal and Cantor Fenakel will of- Memorial Chapel.
at 11 a.m., Monday, May 30, at ficiate. Relatives and friends are
A member of _Pisgah Lodge,
Bnai David Cemetery, 9535 Van asked to attend.
Bnai
Brith, Mr. Short was prom-
*
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*
Dyke. Rabbi Donin will officiate.
inent in the Jewish music. world.
Relatives and friends are asked
The family of the late Samuel He sang in the choirs of Temple
to attend.
J. DeRoven announces the un- Beth El, Cong. Bnai David and
* * *
veiling of a monument in his
The family of the late Mary memory at 1 p.m., Sunday, May Adas Shalom Synagogue and was
Pais announces the unveiling of 29, at Nusach Harie Cemetery, active in a number of com-
a monument in her memory at Woodward at 8 1/2 Mile. Cantor munity projects, notably Israel
1:30 p.m., Sunday, May 22, at Fenakel will officiate. Relatives Bonds.
He leaves his wife, Ethel; a
Clover Hill Park Cemetery. Can- and friends are asked to attend.
son, Michael; two brothers and
tor Sonenklar will officiate. Rel-
* * *
atives and friends are asked to
The family of the late Ira three sisters.
attend.
Weller announces the unveiling

*
Rabbi. Coffee Dies
of a monument in his memory
The Weitzer and Fradkin fam- at 1:30 p.m., Sunday, May 22, at
ilies announce the double
SAN FRANCISCO, (JTA) —
Beth Abraham Cemetery, Wood-
veiling of monuments in memo-
1/2 Mile. Rabbi Halpern Rabbi Rudolf I. Coffee, nation-
ward
at
8
ry of David and Jennie Weitzer will officiate. Relatives and ally known for his work among
at 1:30 p.m., Sunday, May 29, friends are asked to attend.
Jews in prisons, died here at the
at Hebrew Memorial Park Cem-
* a
age of 76. At various times Rab-
etery. Rabbis Goldman and Ho-
bi Coffee was chaplain in the
The
family
of
the
late
Libby
berman will officiate. Relatives
major state and Federal prisons
and friends are asked to attend. Kaufman, formerly of Detroit, on the West Coast. He also serv-
announces the unveiling of a
* *
monument in her memory at ed as head of a welfare organi-
The family of the late Marcus 12 noon, Sunday, May 29, at zation for prisoners.
BrOdsky (Brode), announces the Mount Nebo Cemetery, Miami
A graduate of Columbia Uni-
unveiling of a monument in his Shores, Fla. She has left her versity
and the Theological
memory at 2:30 p.m., Sunday, husband, Sam, and daughter, Seminary
of America, Rabbi
May 22, at Machpelah Cemetery. Fredelyn, of Miami Shores; son,
Relatives and friends are asked Dr. Jerome S. and two grand- Coffee was the first Jewish
clergyman ever to be elected
to attend.
children, and her sisters, Anna chaplain of a legislative body in
* * *
Fine, Helen Berlin, Nettie New- the United States, when he
The family of the late Larry
Zeff.
served as chaplain of the Cali-
Mazerov announces the unveil- man and Bertha
* * *
fornia State Assembly in 1925-26.
ing of a monument in his mem-
Friends and family of the de-
ory at 1 p.m., Sunday, May 29, ceased Hyman Levitsky, due to
at Machpelah Cemetery. Rabbi
Chinitz will officiate. Relatives the illness of one of his daugh-
and friends are asked to attend. ters, the original unveiling has
been postponed until all the
* * *
The family of the late Sam children can * attend.
* *
In loving memory of our dear-
Fishman announces the unveil-
ly beloved mother and grand-
The
family
of
the
late
Joseph
ing of a monument in his memo-
mother, Mary Pollack, who pass-
ry at 3 p.m., Sunday, May 29, at Finkel announces the unveiling ed away five years ago, on May
of
a
monument
in
his
memory
Beth Tefilo Emanuel Cemetery.
26, 1950.
Rabbi Gorrelick and Cantor at 1 p.m., Sunday, May 22, at
Clover
Hill
Park
Cemetery.
Rab-
Sadly missed by her daughters
Golding will officiate. Relatives
and friends are asked to attend. bi Adler will officiate. Relatives and grandchildren.
* * *
* * *
and friends are asked to attend.
In loving memory of our dear
The family of the late Sidney
husband and father, Saul Gertz-
Leichtman announces the un- UJA to Honor Leaders
man, who passed away on May
veiling of a monument in his At Conference June 4-5
25, 1952.
memory at 12:30 p.m., Monday,
Sadly missed by his wife,
May 30, at Oakview Cemetery,
The United Jewish Appeal, in
in Royal Oak. Rabbi Fischer, commemoration of the Allied Sonia, and his son, Abe.
Rabbi Lehrman and Cantor Victory in Europe 10 years ago,
Katzman will officiate. Relatives will honor a select group of Law Enforcement Officials
and friends are requested to at- military and civilian figures who At Five-Day Institute
tend.
in the post-war years helped
* *
EAST LANSING, Mich., (JTA)
The family of the late Cylvia tens of thousands of Hitler's

Policemen, law enforcement
victims
to
survive,
recover
their
Lipshy announces the unveiling
of a monument in her memory health and resume new lives in officials and community leaders
at 2:30 p.m., Sunday, May 29, at Israel, the United States and from all over the country con-
vened here for a "Police-Corn-
Machpelah Cemetery. Rabbi Se- other democratic lands.
William Rosenwald, UJA gen- munity Relations" institute to
gal will officiate. Relatives and
eral chairman, said that citation consider the complex human re-
friends are asked to attend.
of this select group will take lations problems growing out of
* * *
The family of the late Harry the form of a special Humani- the mixed population groups
Arkin announces the unveiling tarian Award to each to be made that inhabit American cities.
of a monument in his memory at a National Cash Mobilization
The institute is being con-
at 11:30 a.m., Sunday, May 22, at in Washington, D.C., June 4 and ducted on the campus of Mich-
Clover Hill Park Cemetery. Rel- 5.
igan State University by the Na-
In addition, Mr. Rosenwald tional Conference of Christians
atives and friends are asked to
pointed out, the mobilization and Jews and the department of
attend.
* *
will signal the half-way mark in police administration of the col-
The family of the late Mrs. a current 60-day effort by the lege.
Benjamin D. (Molly) Lieberman Appeal for the raising of an
Dr. Everett R. Clinchy, presi-
announces the unveiling of a urgently needed multi-million
dent of the NCCJ, Michigan's
monument in her memory at 12 dollar cash thrid.
Gov. G. Mennen Williams and
noon, Sunday, May 22, at Mach-
The principal foundations of police and sheriffs' association
pelah Cemetery. Rabbi Adler will
officiate. Relatives and friends all states are good laws and leaders are on the program of

fiVe-clay,n,stitirte.
good arms.—Machiavelli.
are asked to attend.
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In Memoriam

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THEODOR LEISER, 3766 Wa.-
ger, died May 13. Services at He-
brew Memorial Chapel. Survived
by his wife, Bertha; a son, Dr,.
Rudolf; and a daughter. Mrs.
Martin Kornblum.
* * *
FANNIE SELINSKY, 2752 Bos-
ton, died May 13. Services at Ira.
Kaufman Chapel. She leaves two
daughters, Mrs. Aaron Lanapkt
and Mrs. Samuel Burns; a bro-
ther, a grandchild and two great
grandchildren.
* *
LOUIS • WEIN, 3295 Rochester,
died May 14. Services at Ira
Kaufman Chapel. He leaves two
sons, . Julius and Harry; six
daughters, Dorothy, Ruth. Mrs.
Philip Josephson, Mrs. Harry
Levinson, Mrs. Samuel Golanty
and Mrs. Robert Friedberg; four
grandchildren and f our great
grandchildren.
* *
ISAAC MOSS, 2975 Chicago
Blvd., died May 15. Services at
Ira Kaufman Chapel. He leaves
three daughters, Ethel, Mollie
and Mrs. Alfred Goldman; a
brother, a sister and a grand-
child. .
* * *
HANNAH LAPPIN, 2974 Stur-
tevant, died May 15. Services at
Ira Kaufman Chapel. She leaves
her husband, Jacob; three sons,
Dr. Irwin, Dr. Milton H. and
Samuel E.; three sisters, a
brother and five grandchildren..
* * *
LOUIS SIDNEY BENNETT',
4066 W. Davison, died May 11.
Services at Menorah Funeral
Chapel, on .Puritan. Survived by
his wife, Rose;- three brothers,
Edward, Harry and Herbert; and
two sisters, Mildred and Ethel.

* * *
LOUIS OLKENITZKY,' 11509
Petoskey, died May 13. Services
at Menorah Funeral Chapel, on
Puritan. No survivors.

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ANNA = PHILLIPS,. 20159 War-
rington, died May 16. Services
at Menorah Chapel, on Puritan,
Survived by het husbandrLouis;
i two Sons, Rudy and Perry;•three
• * *
HARRY D: COHEN, 2605 Elm- ! grandchildren; a brother and a
died May 7. Services at sister.
Ira Kaufman Chapel. He leaves
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Cohen, Albert, Sidney and Paul
Kerwin; two daughters, Mrs
Louis Letzer and Mrs. David
Twersky; a brother, seven sis-
ters and 11 grandchildren.
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May 8. Services at Ira Kaufman
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daughters, Mrs. David Mills and
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Mrs. Arthur Green; a n d four
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grandchildren.
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CEIL CONSTANCE FRIED-
MAN, 18700 Santa Barbara, died
May 9. Services at Ira Kaufman.
Chapel. She leaves her husband,
Fred I.; three sons, Herbert R.
and Albert E. Oppenheim and
Jerome Friedman; two brothers,
two sisters and six grandchil-
dren.
* * *
JOHN WINFIELD MORGAN-,
of Los Angeles, Calif., died May
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7729 TWELFTH ST.
Chapel. He leaves his wife, Frie-
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da S.; ' a brother, Howard, of
New York; and a sister, Mrs.
Clyde Suds, of Milwaukee.
* * *
BERNARD A. ASTON, 18060
Indiana, died May 11. Services at
Ira Kaufman Chapel. He leaves
his wife, Mollie; two daughters,
Sue Ellen and Karen; parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Aston; a
5uneral Chapel
brother and a sister.
* * *
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HYMAN STERN, 18064 Penn-
ington, died May 12. Services at
Only Jewish Chapel in
Ira Kaufman Chapel. He leaves
the Northwest district
three sons, Alex, Harold and Irv-
ing; two sisters, eight grand-
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ALBERT (ROSENZWEIG)
PURITAN cor. DEXTEX
ROSS, 17614 Roselawn, died May
12. Services at Ira Kaufman
Chapel. He leaves his wife, Julia
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two sons, Jerome W. and Ger-
C. W. Moore, Mgr.
aid S.; a brother, a sister and
two
grancl4aildr.en.,
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MAX GOLDSTEIN, 18218 Santa
Barbara, died May 8. Services at
Hebrew Memorial Chapel. Sur-
vived by his wife, Anna; two
sons, Joseph and Charles; a
daughter, Mrs. Arthur Marko-
witz; a brother and nine grand-
children.
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*
JOSEPH CHAIM GOLDBERG,
18474 Birwood, died May 10.
Services at Hebrew Memorial
Chapel. .Survived by his wife,
Dora; five daughters, Mrs. Al-
bert Singer, Mrs. Joshua Shames,
Mrs. Maurice Robins, Mrs. Sol
Sedman and Mrs. Charles Gold-
stein; and six• gra.ndchildren.
* *
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DANIEL HIRT, 18975 Cherry-
lawn, died May 11. Services at
Hebrew Memorial Chapel. Sur-
vived . by his patents; Dr. and
Mrs. Harry Hirt; - a brother, a
sister, and grandparents, Mrs.
Ida Hirt and Mr. and Mrs. Wil-
liam Schlass.
*
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ABRAHAM METTLER, 17609
Woodingham, died May 12.
Services at Menorah Funeral
Chapel, on Puritan. One of the
founders of Cong. Bnai David,
Mr. Mettler is survived by his
wife, Ida; two sons, Jack and
Harry; a sister; six grandchil-
dren and a great grandchild.
* 5 5
ESTHER (ARONOFSKY) SAN-
DLER, 20526 Basil, died May 13.
Services at Hebrew Memorial
Chapel. Survived by five sons,
Joe, Jack, Albert, Dr. Nathaniel
and Ben; and two daughters,
Mrs. Nathan Seide and Mrs. Sid-
ney Maxman; and 11 grandchil-
dren.
• * *
SAMUEL SUSSMAN, 1761 Se-
ward, died May 15. Services at
Hebrew Memorial Chapel. He
leaves his wife, Jennie; two sons
Sam N. and Max; and five
grandchildren.
*
REUBEN MOGUL, 5077 Be-
wick, died May 7. Services at Ira
Kaufman Chapel. He leaves his
wife, Ethel; two daughters, Mrs.
William Felsenfeld. and Mrs.
Harvey Lipsitt; two sisters and
four grandchildren.

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