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August 07, 1959 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1959-08-07

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OBITUARIES

PARIS, (JTA)—Jean Benoit-
Levy, one of the world's out-
standing authors and producers
HENRY H. ROSEN, 20000
of educational and documen-
tary films, died here Monday Lauder, died July 30. Survived
by his wife. Renee; a son, Ken-
He was 71 years old.
One of his full-length films, neth; a daughter, Sheila; a
"La Maternelle," which attract- brother and two sisters.
* *
* * *
ed world-wide attention, was
The family of the late (Mr.
also
shown
in
Germany
under
GOLDIE
SHEAR,
3210 Rich-
and Mrs.) Emma and Jacob
the Nazis. When the Germans ton, died Aug. 2. Survived by a
Davis announces the double un-
omitted the "Levy" from his son, Harry; three daughters,
veiling of monuments in their
name and advertised the film Mrs. Issie Markel, Mrs. Sam 01-
memory at 1 p.m., Sunday, Aug.
as directed by "Jean Benoit," ick and Mrs. David Leibowitz; a
9, at Bnai David Cemetery, 9535
he threatened suit and forced sister, nine grandchildren, and
Van Dyke. Rabbi Levin will
the complete billing of his seven great grandchildren.
officiate. Relatives and friends
name.
His family had lived in
The
family
of
the
late
Bessie
are asked to attend.
Nosanchuk announces the un- France for 200 years under
*
*
GOLDIE (SI-TAFER) WAX-
The family of the late Harry veiling of a monument in her that name.
MAN, 19356 Whitcomb, died
memory
at
11:30
a.m.,
Sunday,
Moskowitz announces the un-
Aug. 2. Survived by her hus-
veiling of a monument in his Aug. 9, at Machpelah Cemetery. 'Samuel Rapaport Dies, band, Ben Waxman; two sons,
memory at 11 a.m., Sunday, Rabbi Gruskin will officiate. Was Lansing Clothier Jack and David B. Shafer; two
Aug. 9, at Machpelah Cemetery. Relatives and friends are asked
Former operator of Lansing's daughters, Mrs. Sol Gus and
Rabbi Arm will officiate. Rela- to attend.
Peoples Credit Clothing com- Mrs. Hyman Lepler; a brother
tives and friends are asked to
The family of the late Ray- pany for 35 years, Samuel J. and 11 grandchildren.
attend.
mond Wiegand and Rachel Rapaport, 84, died July 20.
* * *
BESSIE SHAPIRO, 2689 W.
Meral announces the double Services and interment were
The family of the late Aaron unveiling of monuments in their in Lansing.
Boston, died Aug. 3. Survived
B. Lefton announces the unveil-
A resident of Lansing for 53 by her husband, Morris; two
memories at 11 a.m., Sunday,
Aug. 16, at Chesed shel Emes years, he was a charter mem- sons, Joseph, of Encino, Calif.,
Cemetery. Rabbi Gorrelick will ber of Bnai Brith and a life and Harry; and five grandchil-
officiate. Relatives and friends member of . Lansing Lodge of dren.
The Family of the
* * *
the Elks Club. Mr. Rapaport
are asked to attend.
Late
was a member of the Shaarey
EUGENE WEISZ, 28089
*
Zedek congregation there.
SIDNEY J.
Pierce, Southfield, died Aug. 3.
The family of the late Tillie
He is survived by his wife,
Lowy Brod announces the un- Bertha; two sons, Sylvan, a De- Survived by a brother, Murray
WHITE
veiling of a monument in her troit attorney, 'and Harry, of West; and a sister, Mrs. Alice
Acknowledges w i t h
memory at 10 a.m., Sunday, Flint; two brothers, Gabriel, of Klein, of New York.
grateful appreciation
*
*
Aug.
16, at Clover Hill Park Pontiac, and Jack, of Grand
the many kind expres-
EVA BERMAN, 17361 Free-
Cemetery.
Rabbi
Baylinson
will
Rapids; two sisters, Mrs. Isa-
sions of sympathy and
officiate. Relatives and friends dore Iola and Mrs. Mary Rabi- land, died July 28. She leaves
the contributions to so
two sons, Joseph and Morris; a
are
asked
to
attend.
nowitz, both of Rochester, N.Y.; daughter, Mrs. Morris White; a
many ,charities in his
* *
four
grandchildren
and
a
great
name extended by
brother, a sister, six grand-
The family of the late Joseph grandson.
relatives and friends
children and three great grand-
Byer
announces
the
unveiling
during the family's re-
of a monument in his memory Hold Special Memorial children.
cent bereavement.
* * *
at 2 p.m., Sunday, Aug. 16, at
BENJAMIN
KAPLAN, 18644
Chesed shel Emes Cemetery. for Late Rabbi Herzog
Prominent Detroit rabbis will Birwood, died July 29. He
Rabbi Levin will officiate. Rela-
tives and friends are asked to deliver a eulogy to the late leaves his wife, Sophie; three
Chief Rabbi of Israel, Isaac sons, Charles, Philip and Leo;
attend.
* *
The Family of the
Halevi Herzog, at a special two brothers, three sisters and
Late
The family of the late Gittl "Hesped" service, 7 p.m. Sunday seven grandchildren.
* * *
Cane announces the unveiling at the Young _Israel Center,
IRVING
Dexter
and
Fullerton.
The
pub-
SAM
STOCKLER,
of Holly-
of a monument in her memory
wood, Calif., died July 30.
at 2 p.m., Sunday, Aug. 9, at lic is invited.
WOH LMAN
The memorial to Rabbi Her- Services and interment in De-
Hebrew Memorial Park Ceme-
Acknowledges with
tery. Rabbi Goldschlag will offi- zog, who passed away Aug. 25, troit. He leaves his wife, Fanny;
grateful appreciation
ciate. Relatives and friends are will take place between Mincha two sons, Morton and Law-
the many kind expres-
and Maariv services. Vaad Har- rence; a daughter, Mrs. George
asked to attend.
sions of sympathy ex-
abonim, which is sponsoring the R. Terebelo, two sisters and six
tended by relatives
"Hesped", will be joined by grandchildren.
and friends during the
* * *
Mizrachi - Hapoel Hamizrachi,
family's r e cent be-
EDWARD BL UMBER G,
Merkaz, Yeshivas and Jewish
reavement.
congregations of Detroit, Young 19791 Ardmore, died Aug. 5.
In loving memory of Abraham Israel Council and other reli- Survived by, two brothers, Isa-
Freedman, dear husband and gious organizations of the Jew- dore, of New York, and Sol;
father, who left us on Aug. 7, ish community.
and a sister, Mrs. Ben Sloff.
1957.
Sadly missed and fondly re- Egypt Gets $75 Million
Dr. LOUIS MARKLE, 1587
In Beloved Memory
membered by his wife, Esther,
Magnolia Dr., Inkster, died Aug.
Of Our Dear Father
in
U.S.
Food
Surpluses
and daughters, Mrs. J. Robinson
WASHINGTON, (JTA)—The 1, in Oak Park, Ill. Services and
JERRY J.
and Lorraine Freedman.
United States has signed . interment in Detroit. He leaves
GREENBLATT
agreement with the government a son, Mitchell A.; two daugh-
In cherished memory of of the United Arab Republic ters, Mrs. Edwin B. Oppenheim,
Who passed away on
Frank Cohen, beloved husband under which the latter will re- of Miami, and Mrs. David Blitz,
-Aug. 11, 1953. Always
and devoted father, who passed ceive about 29,400,000 bushels of of Oak Park, Ill.; and five
remembered, and
grandchildren.
away on Aug. 11 ; 1950.
American surplus wheat and
never forgotten by his
* * *
Sadly missed by his wife, flour costing $57,700,000, it was
children, Dr. Norman
MAE
MOGELL,
18540 Gil-
Rose; sons, Sidney and Herman; announced here by the Depart-
P. Greene and Mrs.
man, Livonia, died Aug. 3. Sur-
and
daughter,
Mrs.
Harold
ment of Agriculture.
Norman W. (Fayanne)
vived by three sons, Jay, of
Black.
State Department sources in- Knoxville, Tenn., Earl and
Kaufman.
dicated that other American aid Fred; two daughters, Mrs. Jack
Honor Dr. Stephen S. Wise to the Nasser government will
Cohen and Irene; two brothers,
with Housing Development be forthcoming.
three sisters and six grandchil-
The surplus food will be paid dren.
NEW YORK, (JTA) — The
New York City Housing Author- for in Egyptian pounds under
The Family of the
ity announced plans this week Public Law 480. About 25 per-
Late
for a new housing project on cent of the Egyptian currency
MONUMENTS
JOSEPH
Manhattan's upper West Side to will be set aside for loans to
American
and
other
private
bus-
be named in memory of the late
WEINTRAUB
Dr. Stephen S. Wise. Prelimin- iness enterprises in the United
Acknowledges wit h
ary estimates set the cost of Arab Republic.
grateful appreciation
The loans will be made
the project as in excess of
the many kind expres-
through the Export - Import
$8,000,000.
sions of sympathy ex-
William Reid, chairman of the Bank. The State Department
tended by relatives
Authority, said the development sources said that, in this way,
and . friends during
would commemorate the lead- the UAR can use the local - dr-
Manual Urbach & Son
the family's recent
ership of Rabbi Wise in civic rency generated by the purchase
bereavement.
7729 TWELFTH ST.
movements in this city and his of the surplus wheat to improve
leadership in world-wide Jewish its economy and raise living
TY 6-7192
affairs.
standards.

(Unveiling announcements may
be inserted by mailing or by call-
ing The Jewish News office, VE.
8,9364: Written announcements
must be accompanied by the name
and address of the person making
the insertion. There is a standard
charge of $2.00 for an unveiling
notice, measuring an inch in
depth.)

ing of a monument in his mem-
ory at 1 p.m., -Sunday, Aug. 9,
at Beth Moses Cemetery, 13 1/2
Mile at Gratiot. Rabbi Arm will
officiate. Relatives and friends
are asked to attend.
.
The family of thelate Samuel
Shapiro announces the unveil-
ing of a monument in his mem-
ory at 12:30 p.m., Sunday, Aug.
9, at Bnai David Cemetery. Rab-
bi Donin will officiate. Relatives
and friends are asked to attend.

In Memoriam

.

Ira Kau man Chapery48090 Inc

DIRECTORS OF FUNERALS

9419 Dexter

ANNA ZAHLER, 3831 Ken-
dall, died Aug. 4. Survived by
two daughters, Mrs. Leon Peiss
and Mrs. David Brevoort; a
brother, two sisters and five
grandchildren.

*

* *

ELAINE LACHAR, 18869
Hillcrest, Livonia, died Aug. 5.
Survived by her husband, Jo-
seph; a son, Michael; a daugh-
ter, Mrs. Sidney Mitnick; a
brother • and three sisters.
* * .*

LEO ROVIN, 17605 Birch-
crest, died Aug. 1. He leaves his
wife, Esther; a son, Stewart;
three brothers and three sisters.
• * *

CELIA STEINBERG, of
Miami, Fla., died Aug. 3. Serv-
ices and interment in Miami.
She leaves four sons, Irving,
Harry and Joseph, all of Chi-
cago, and Fred, of Miami; two
daughters, Mrs. Hy Mallen, of
Miami, and Mrs. Ben Smargon,
of Detroit; 15 grandchildren
and 11 great grandchildren.
* * *_
ISAAC SCHMALTZ, 20234
Lesure, died Aug. 4. He leaves
his wife, Dora; a son, Herman
Schultz, of Memphis, Tenn.;
three daughters, Mrs. Ann Gold-
berg, Mrs. Belle Diamond and
Mrs. Paul Schwartz, of Chicago;
a sister, four grandchildren and
eight great grandchildren.
* * *
FREDA OSCHIN, a Detroiter
for 35 years, of 4936 Hazeltine,
Sherman Oaks, Calif., died July
31. Services and interment in
Burbank. Survived by five sons,
Harry, Edward, Samuel. Albert
and Irving, and a daughter
Ruth Weiss.

Milwaukee Attorney Named
to Public Service Post

MILWAUKEE, (JTA) — Gov.
Gaylord Nelson has named
Leonard C. Bessman, prominent
lawyer and Jewish communal
figure, as chairman of the Wis-
consin Public Service Commis-
sion. His appointment, subject
to confirmation by the State
Senate, is for a six-year term.

WE REMEMBER

7-1- arx ritx

During the coming
week Yeshiva Beth
Yehuda will observe
the Yahrzeit of the
following departed
friends, with the
traditional M e mo -
rial Prayers, recita-
tion of Kaddish and
studying of Mish-
nayes.

Hebrew Civil

Joseph Stein
David Levitz

Samuel M. Shore

AV August
4
8
4
8
4
8

Lena M. Lieberman 3

Israel H. Mason
J. Rodman

6
6

Millie Franovitz
Lena Nucian
Ethel Rosenbaum

12
12
12

Anita Rubin
Murray .1. Roth
Isaac Gendelman
Harry Ackerman
Sarah L. Willis
Leib Applebaum

9
9
9
9
9
9

13
13
13
13
13
13

Minnie Ruzumrta
Esther Eisenstadt

10
10

14
14

Yeshiva Beth Yehuda
12305 Dexter
WE 1-0203

A funeral in the best of
taste is not expensive at

THE IRA KAUFMAN CHAPEL

.

10
10

31 - THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS Fri day, August 7, 1959

Monument Unveilings

BenOif-tevy, Author,
Producer, Dies at 71

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