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May 22, 1959 - Image 38

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1959-05-22

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50-BUSINESS CARDS

LARKINS MOVING
AND DELIVERY SEP.VICE

THE DETR OIT JEWISH NEWS

Alsc Office Furniture.
Any time.
Reasonable.
3319 GLADSTONE
TY 4-4587

Tributes Paid to
Memory of Shiloah

Scores of Jewish leaders have
issued statements paying tribute
to the memory of Reuven
Shiloah, form-
er Israel Min-
ister Plenipo-
tentiary in::
Washing t o n,
who died in
Jerusalem last
week. Many
communit i e s
are paying
tribute to
Shiloah
Shiloah a n d
memorial meetings are planned
in Israel as well as in communi-
ties in this country and in other
lands outside of Israel.

OBITUARIES

Louis Millman Dies
in Auto Accident

Louis Millman, vice-president
and secretary-treasurer of Mill-
man Brothers, Inc., operators of
a chain of 25 women's shops
throughout Michigan, died May
14 in an automobile accident
near Millington, Mich.
Services for Mr. Millman,
who was a charter member and
an active leader in Temple Is-
rael, were held Sunday, at the
temple, with arrangements by
the Ira Kaufman Chapel.
Mr. Millman, of 31700 Not-
tingham, Franklin Village, was
a Detroit resident for over 30
years. He was a member of Per-
fection Lodge, F.& A.M., Mos-
lem Temple, Detroit Consistory
and Pisgah Lodge of Bnai Brith.
He leaves his wife, Sara; two
sons, Stanley and Gerald; a
daughter, Mrs. Eleanor Bern-
stein, of Cleveland; and three
grandchildren.

ANDREW MOSCOWITZ, 2498
ISAAC KASS, 16916 Stoepel,
died May 16. He leaves his wife, Glendale, died May 19. Survived
Sarah; a son, Herman L.; a sis- by his wife, Rose; a son, Jack
Moss; a daughter, Mrs. Arthur
ter and three grandchildren.
S
.
ROOF LEAKS, chimneys repaired,
Greenfield; a brother and five
waterproofing, cement pointing,
ABRAHAM FOGEL, 19985 grandchildren. * *
reasonable, go anywhere. Joe
Gluck. TY 5-2700.
Prest, died May 17. He leaves
GORDON IRA YOUNG, 15201
his wife, Fanny; two sons, Dr.
MOVING? Washers, dryers discon-
Leslie, Oak Park, died May 20.
nected and installed. Dryers vent.
Leo
T.
and
Dr.
Bernard
J.;
a
ed. Wolfe, BR 3-4446.
Survived by his parents, Mr.
sister and a grandchild.
and Mrs. Morris Young; a
PAINTING and Decorating. Paper
*
*
hanging, wall repairing. Work
brother, Mitchell Howard; and
guaranteed. Free estimates. UN.
LOUIS J. WARREN, 12800 a sister, Karen Diane.
4-7123.
Dartmouth, Oak Park, died May
*
WASHERS and dryers repaired, rea-
17. He leaves his wife, Anna;
MAX KLAPER, 3006 Leslie,
sonable, free estimates. UN 4-0710.
four sons, Harold, Philip, Al- died May '11. Survived by his
DRAPERIES, bed spreads, made by
bert, of California, and Samuel; wife, Ida; two daughters, Mrs.
experts. Reasonable. TO 9-7679.
three daughters, Mrs. Reginald David M. Edelstein and Mrs.
Plan
Memorial
Services
Milot, Mrs. Odell Small, of For- Marc N. Fox; a brother and two
LAMP REPAIR
at Beth El Cemetery
est Hills, N. Y., and Mrs. Re-
All style lamps, chandiliers and
and sconces, repaired, restyled,
Annual Memorial services at becca Bennett; a brother, two grandchildren. * *
refinished, custom designs, in-
Beth El Memorial Park, Six sisters, nine grandchildren and
terior and exterior.
DORA AVISON, 11501 Petos-
Mile Rd., at Middlebelt, will be two great grandchildren.
key, died May 13. Survived by a
held at 11 a.m., May 31, when
MAXINE SHELDON
* *
son, Jerry A.; three daughters,
Dr. Richard C. Hertz will speak
DI 1-5180
19358 LIVERNOIS
HARRY POLAN, 19372 Win- Mrs. Robert Morris, Mrs. Dan Dies 'on Visit to Israel
on "How to Be Remembered."
11 z blks N. of 7 Mile Rd.
Andor Feldheim, a salesman
Also participating in the serv- throp, died May 17. He leaves Altman and Miriam, of N. Hol-
BIRCH, mahogany, formica-tops,
for LaSalle Wine Co.,- died May
his
wife,
Sophia;
a
son,
John;
a
lywood,
Calif.;
10
grandchildren
ices
from
Reform
congregations
kitchen plans. Sam Gold. KE
9 in Tel Aviv, Israel, while on
7-3323.
in Metropolitan Detroit will be daughter, Mrs. Phyllis Warren; and 11 great grandchildren.
'a visit to relatives there.
5
4:
4:
Dr. Leon Fram and Rabbis a sister and two grandchildren.
55-MISCELLANEOUS
Mr. Feldheim, of 18087 Wood-
* * *
David A. Baylinson, Milton
JENNIE ADLER, 5888 W.
ingham, had resided here for
Rosenbaum,
M.
Robert
Syme
ALBERT SHEFSKY, 16041 Outer Dr., died May 13. Sur- 25 years. He was active in the
GUARANTEED WEIGHT LOSS
Keppen, Allen Park, died May vived by her husband, Sam; a Allied Jewish Campaign and
WHAT DOCTORS RECOMMEND and Sherwin T. Wine.
The
choir
of
Temple
Beth
El
17. Interment in Pittsburgh, Pa. son, Leo; two brothers, three
No pills-only rest-relax
will render the musical program He leaves his wife, Addie; and sisters, a grandchild and a great was a member of Cong. Bnai
Daily steam bath and massage
Moshe and Pisgah Lodge of
for the service.
SHERIDAN MILK FARM
grandchild.
three sisters.
Bnai Brith.
*
*
*
Michigan City, Ind. Overlooking
* * *
Lake Michigan Reservations. TR
Kalamazoo Leader Dies
Services were at the Ira Kauf-
MARGARET
FEYER,
270
Pa-
2-8595 Collect Special Dormitory•
Max Levine, a Kalamazoo
man Chapel. He leaves his wife,
MENASHI JIJI, 1217 1/2 Pros-
rates for "College Chubbies." -
tricia,
Windsor,
died
May
16.
businessman and civic leader, pect, Ann Arbor, died May 17.
Pearl; a son, Paul; and two
Survived by her husband, Wil-
BEAUTIFUL 3/4 persian coat. Mink died May 19. He was a leader Interment in Ann Arbor. He
daughters, Harriet and Sandra.
trim. Cost $1,000. Will sacrifice.
in the Boy Scout movement, leaves his wife, Georgia; three liam; a daughter, Suzanne; a
LI 2-1707.
brother
and
a
sister.
-
and was an organizer of the sons, Latif, of Ann Arbor, and
S.
S
*
FREE TO OUR
57-FOR SALE: HOUSEHOLD
Kalamazoo Golden Gloves box- Fuad and Khider, of Israel; two
HARRY
GETZ,
formerly of
GOODS AND FURNITURE
ing tournament.
READERS! REVISED
daughters, Mrs. Sophie Sulei- Detroit, died May 15, in Greens-
man, of Ann Arbor and Mrs. boro, N. C. Services and inter-
EDITION OF 24-YEAR
SACRIFICING
Violet Levy, of Israel.
ment were in Beaufait, S. C.
HEBREW-ENGLISH
0.:
He leaves his wife, Rita; a son,
Beautiful Living Room
CALENDAR NOW
JACOB GREENBURG, of Vas- Allan; three brothers, Nathan,
Furnishings and Drapes
COVERS YEARS
sar, Mich., died May 17. He of Detroit, Herman, of Reho-
NEW YORK (JTA) - Dr. leaves his wife, Bessie; three voth Beach, Del., and Henry, of
CALL
•1937 TO 1961.
Yigael Yadin, the man who sons, -Dr. Benjamin, Dr. Theo- Savannah, Ga.; and five sisters.
LI 4-7350
* * *
eleven years ago this week com- dore and Dr. Samuel, all of Cali-
manded the armed forces of the fornia; a daughter, Mrs. Harry
IDA BROWNSTEIN, 19755
GOING SOUTH
reborn State of Israel as they C. Kent; a sister. and eight Schaefer, died May 18. She
MUST SELL
fought for independence, told grandchildren.
leaves her husband, Max; a son,
love
seat
and
2
chairs,
- Regency
* * *
a press conference here how
Louis; two daughters, Mrs. Har-
table and lamp, -black Chinese
major archaeological excava-
ebony dinette set and break-
old Ruskin and Mrs. Abraham
JOSEPH
FARBMAN,
4344
front, bedroom set, washing ma-
tions which he has directed
chine, and wild mink coat.
Tyler, died May 17. He leaves Gornbein; a brother and two
since 1955 have provided start-
sisters of Buenos Aires, Argen-
2290 Ewald Circle
ling evidence • that confirms the his wife, Sonia; a son, Hr y, tina; and five grandchildren.
of
St.
Louis,
Mo.;
three
daugh-
* * *
military greatness of Israel's
TO 9-9623
first and mightiest commander, ters, Mrs. Louis Goodman, Mrs.
IDA COHEN, 13358 Kings-
80-SOAPS AND DETERGENTS
the Biblical Joshua, some 3,300 William Avrunin and Anne; a ton, Huntington Woods, died
sister in Argentina and five May 20. She leaves three
years ago.
At the office of the United grandchildren.
daughters, Mrs. Harry Pearson,
• * *
Jewish Appeal Dr. Yadin told
Mrs. Joseph Eisenberg and
MARTHA SHULMAN, 19182 Mrs. Molly Stahl; a brother,
reporters how the James A. de
Rothschild - Hebrew University Santa Rosa, died May 18. She nine grandchildren and a great
archaeological expedition at leaves a son, Edward, of High- grandchild.
Hazor, which he heads, has un- land Park, Ill.; four daughters,
covered the remains of 21 suc- Mrs. Sol Cohen, Mrs. William Louis Please Dies at 62
cessive cities at that northern Greenspon, Mrs. Raymond Ru-
$150
Louis Please, of 20461 Lauder,
Galilee site, along with evi- bin and Mrs. Carl Roland, of head of American Auction Co.,
Gallon
dence of Joshua's prowess as a Champaign, Ill.; and 10 grand- died Saturday at the age of 62.
man of war. The excavations at children.
• Fluffier sheets,
H. J. Heinz Co., the 57 Vari-
He was a former president of
* * *
Hazor, carried on since 1955,
towels, diapers
eties
people, have just re-
Congregation Bnai David.
have resulted in many major
vised their famous Calen-
JACOB BRENNER, 18439
Surviving him are his wife, dar. In this book close to
• Easier ironing
finds and are throwing new Greenfield, died May 18. He
light on many aspects of the leaves his wife, Anna; a son, Susie; son, David J.; daughters, 9,000 Hebrew dates are now
• Eliminates static in
material and spiritual cultures Merle, of Pasadena, Calif.; a Beverly and Mrs. Harold Pikoff;
nylon
a brother, two sisters and a shown along with their Eng-
of the Holy Land.
daughter, Mrs. Sam Horowitz; grandchild.
lish equivalent. Every im-
At the same time that he
two brothers and three grand-
portant Jewish holiday is
reported on his findings in an-
given for 25 years, from
Marjorie Cantor Dies
cient Israel, Dr. Yadin, who children.
* * *
1942 to 1967 - Anniven.
is
visiting this country in be-
Marjorie
Cantor,
eldest
daugh-
FREE DELIVERY
MARIA COHEN, 11501 Petos-
saries, Yahrzeit dates, Bar
half of the United Jewish Ap-
ter
of
Mr.
and
Mrs.
Eddie
Can-
peal, told reporters of some key, died May 13. She leaves tor, died in Hollywood Sunday. Mitzvah dates, etc. - can be
modern Israel problems. He de- five sons, Joseph, Sidney, David, She had suffered from cancer seen at a_glance. This valua-
Council for Judaism clared that vast funds are ur- Meyer and Harold; a brother, for the past two years.
ble booklet will be sent free
gently needed to speed the two sisters 10 grandchildren
Besides her parents, Marjorie to our readers. Just write a
Makes Refugee Gift housing
great
grandchildren.
and
three
and absorption of 30,-
is survived by her four sisters. post-card or a letter to :
* * *
The American Council for 000 immigrants who have come
She was an author, had writ-
Judaism Philanthropic Fund to- to Israel in recent months.
LOUIS PERLMAN, died May
H. J. HEINZ CO., Dept. J2 -
day inaugurated its participa- While in the United States, 14. He leaves three brothers, ten many magazine articles and
Pittsburgh 30, Pa.
Served
as
her
father's
secretary.
tion in World Refugee Year by where he arrived last week, Abram C., Herbert and Samuel;
granting $25,000 to Jewish Dr. Yadin will undertake some and three sisters, Mrs. Charles
refugees from Romania and 20 speaking engagements for Bronson, Mrs. Ernest Gordon
Egypt. Arab refugees and a hos-
UJA. At the same time he and Mrs. Pauline Sanders.
pital in Israel received addi- the
* *
will lecture on Hazor and other
tional grants.
MERIAM
GILBERT, 306; W.
aspects of Biblical archaeology
Henry S. Moyer, president of
at Princeton, Harvard, Chicago Outer Dr., died May 14. She
the fund, handed the check for
leaves her husband, William; a
European aid to Angier Biddle and Yale Universities.
son, Kenneth; two daughters,
Duke, president of the Interna-
Diane and Donna; her parents,
tional Rescue Committee, ad- Visitors Throng JNF Office
Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Kassel; and
Over
3;000
visitors
have
called
ministrator of the funds in
a sister, Mrs. Joseph Yanich of
at
Jewish
National
Fund
Head
Europe.
This brings to more than Office in Jerusalem (luring the Miami.
Since Memorial Day occurs on the Sabbath this year, no
* *
$100,000 the aid given to first three months of 1959,
Special Services will be held and the Cemetery will remain
STEPHEN
COHEN,
2975
W.
Egyptian Jews in France by the among them 1,700 tourists from Chicago, died May 18. No sur-
closed. Gates will be open Sunday 8 A.M. to 5 P.M.
ACJ Philanthropic Fund, Moyer abroad-a record figure for this
vivors.
eriod of the year.
said.

.

Joshua Fit De Battle
of Jericho - and They
Can Prove He Won It

-

DANDY
FABRIC
SOFTENER

UN. 1-0284

-

CLOVER HILL CEMETERY
of Congregation Shaarey Zedek
CLOSED May 30th

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