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The Detroit Jewish News, 1959-08-14

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS—Friday, August 14, 1959- 30

OBITUARIES

JACK COHEN, of Washing-
ton, D.C., died Aug. 6. Services
and interment in Washington.
He leaves his wife, Clara; two
brothers, Harry and Henry, of
Baltimore, Md.; and three sis-
ters, Mrs. Ben Hirsch, of De-
troit, Mrs. Harry Karol, a for-
mer Detroiter now of Hunting-
ton Park, Calif., and Mrs. Ed-
ward Rosenbloom, of Washing-
ton. Family at 3754 Webb.
* * *
MARY ROSEN, 8660 Wood-
row Wilson, died Aug. 7. Sur-
vived by a son, David, of Chi-
cago; two daughters, Mrs. Leo-
nard Actor, of Denver, and Mrs.
Paul Bock, of Oklahoma City;
and six grandchildren.
* * *
SALLIE COHEN, 11537 Ham-
ilton, died Aug. 7. She leaves
a brother, Na't A., of Lima, and
two sisters, Mrs. Isadore Jacob-
son and Mrs. Dora Jacobson.
* * *
WILLIAM BRICKER, 20459
Cheyenne, died Aug. 5. He
leaves his wife, Ethel; a son,
Herman; a daughter, Mrs. Nor-
man Winnick, three brothers,
two sisters and two grandchil-
dren.
* * *
HERMAN BERNSTEIN, 488
W. Willis, died Aug. 5. He
leaves his wife, Thelma; a
daughter, Barbara' Ann Gra-
ham; two brothers and a sister.
. *
*
SAMUEL BRADLEY, 16816
Turner, died Aug. 10. He leaves
his wife, Ida; two sons, Phil, of
Detroit, and Henry, of Califor-
nia; a brother and -five grand-
children.
* * *
ANNA SCHLEN, 3778 Duane,
died Aug. 10. Survived by a
daughter, Mrs. Jacob Plonskier;
and a grandchild.
* * *
HENRY KAPLAN, 18645
Santa Rosa, died Aug. 10. He
leaves his wife, Rose; two sons,
Morton and Irving; a sister and
three grandchildren.

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Rabbi CARL ERSTER, 3329
Fullerton, died Aug 7. Survived
by his wife, Esther; five daugh-
ters, Mrs. Chaim Feifer, of
Brooklyn, Mrs. Kurt Weinberg,
of Toronto, Mrs. Solomon Hoch-
ler, Mrs. Morris J. Bobrowsky
and Mrs. Abraham J. Gluckow-
sky; and 15 grandchildren.
* * *
ABRAHAM B. STRALSER,
3005 W. Chicago, died Aug. 7.
He leaves his wife, Rae L.; and
a sister, Mrs. Dora Flayer.
* * *
SIMON WINBERG, 11501 Pe-
toskey, died Aug. 8. He leaves
two brothers-in-law, Herman
and Dr. Martin Feldstein.

In Memoriam

In cherished memory of Rose
Korn, dear daughter and sister,
who passed away on Aug. 17,
1957.
Sadly missed and always re-
membered by her mother, dad,
brothers and their families.
* * *
In cherished memory of our
dear husband and father, Abra-
ham Freedman, who left us one
year ago, on Aug. 7, 1958.
Sadly missed and always re-
membered by his wife, Esther,
and daughters, Mrs. J. Robin-
son and Lorraine Freedman.

Abraham Center Dies;
Was Windsor Merchant

Abraham Center, a resident
of Windsor, Ont., for 55 years
died Aug. 10. He had resided
at 591 Pine St., where the fami-
ly will be sitting shiva.
Proprietor of A. Center Pro-
duce for 45 years, Mr. Center
had been active in many of the
activities of the Windsor Jewish
community.
Together with his wife, Rose,
to whom he was married for
53 years, he was a member of
Cong. Shaar Hashomayim, the
Windsor Jewish Community
Center and the Windsor Chesed
shel Emes, at which services
took place.
Besides his wife, Mr. Center
leaves two sons, Israel and Sam;
four daughters, Jane and Mrs.
Aubrey Gordon, of Detroit:
Mrs. D. B. Lewis, of Chicago,
and Mrs. Sam Fox, of Tucson,
Ariz.; and 16 grandchildren.

The Family of the Late

NATHAN
(MOEHLMAN)
MAILMAN

Acknowledges with
grateful appreciation
the many kind expres-
sions of sympathy ex-
tended by relatives and
friends during the fam-
ily's recent bereave-
ment.

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MR. AND MRS.

JOSEPH
HOLTZMAN

Wish to thank their
family and friends for
the cards, telephone
calls and letters to Car-
lisle, England, where
Mr. Holtzman has been
hospitalized with a
broken hip following a
recent auto accident.
Mr. Holtzman wants all
his friends to know he
is making satisfactory
progress towards full
recovery.

Emma Schaver's
Father, Jacob
Lazaroff, Dies

Jacob Lazaroff, father of in-
ternationally-known Detroit so-
prano, Emma Schaver, died
last week in Los Angeles,
Calif., where he and his wife,
Anna, had made their home
for the past nine years.
Mrs. Schaver, her husband,
Morris, and son, Isaac, who
were attending the World Jew-
ish Congress sessions in Stock-
holm, Sweden, flew to Los An-
geles to attend the funeral.
Born at Kaminoskia, in the
Russian Ukraine, Mr. Lazaroff
came to Detroit from Roches-
ter, N.Y., and lived here for
32 years.
He was the rare combination
of the pious Jew and the Labor
Zionist, and labored equally on
behalf of both ideologies dur-
ing his years here.
Mr. Lazaroff was for several
years the sexton of Cong. Beth
Itzchock, at 3836 Fischer, the
only synagogue still remaining
on Detroit's East Side. He also
was a Hebrew teacher at the
shul.
Later, he became affiliated
with Cong. A h a v a s Achim,
when it was located on Del-
mar St.
Besides his wife and his
daughter, Mrs. Schaver, Mr.
Lazaroff leaves another daugh-
ter, Mrs. Edith Tannenbaum,
of Los Angeles; four sons, Al-
len and Isadore, both of Los
Angeles, Morris, of St. Louis,
and Aaron, of San Diego; and
13 grandchildren.
Services and interment were
in Los Angeles. The family is
sitting shiva at the Lazaroff
residence, at 8150 W. Fourth,
Los Angeles.

Sinai 'Hospital Nurse
Mrs. Diane Simon Dies

Mrs. Diane Simon, widow of
Dr. Emil Robert Simon, died on
Aug. 8, in Sinai Hospital, where
she taught in the Shapero
School of Nursing. Mrs. Simon,
42, had resided at 18308 Santa
Rosa.
A registered nurse, who grad-
uated in 1938 from the Deacon-
ess School of Nursing, Mrs.
Simon also served as a substi-
tute teacher in the Detroit
Public Schools.
Born in Russia, she came to
Detroit with her parents 38
years ago. She was a member
of the Women's Auxiliary to
the Maimonides Medical Society
and the Pioneer Women.
Mrs. Simon leaves two sons,
Steve and Burl; a daughter,
Bonnie; her father, Nathan
Freeman, of North Hollywood,
Calif.; and a brother, Dr. Wil-
liam Freeman, of Van Nuys,
Calif.

Jabotinsky's Yahrzeit
Marked by Pilgrimage

NEW YORK, (JTA) — Amer-
ican Jewish war veterans and
members of the Jewish Legion
in World War I were among
hundreds of New Yorkers who
participated in a pilgrimage
to the grave of Vladimir Jabo-
tinsky, late founder and leader
of the world Zionist Revision-
ist movement, on the occasion
of the 19th anniversary of his
death. Mr. Jabotinsky is buried
at the New Montefiore Cem-
etery, Long Island.
The Zionist Revisionist lead-
er, who was also the founder
of Irgun Zvai Leumi, the Re-
visionist underground fighters
against the British mandatory
regime in Palestine, died in
1940 at the Brit Trumpeldor
Camp, near New York.
Participating in the pilgrim-
age to his grave were delega-
tions from Israel and Latin
America. An El Al plane
brought earth from Israel to
cover Jabotinsky's grave.

Monument Unveilings

(Unveiling announcements may
he 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.)

1

The family of the late Sam
Zlotnick announces the unveil-.
ing of a monument in his
memory at 12:30 p.m., Sunday,
Aug. 16, at Hebrew Memorial
Park Cemetery. Rabbi Eskin
will officiate. Relatives and
* * •
friends are asked to attend.
* * •*
The family of the late Tillie
Lowy Brod announces the un-
The family of the late Frank
veiling of a monument in her Avrin announces the unveiling
memory at 10 a.m., Sunday, of a monument in his memory
Aug. 16, at Clover Hill Park at 11:30 a.m., Sunday, Aug 23,
Cemetery. Rabbi Baylinson will at Northwest Hebrew Memorial
officiate. Relatives and friends Park Cemetery. Rabbi Segal
are asked to attend.
will officiate. Relatives and
*
*
friends are asked to attend.
* * *
The family of the late Joseph
Byer announces the unveiling
The family of the late Chessy
of a monument in his memory Allen announces the unveiling
at 2 p.m., Sunday, Aug. 16, at of a monument in her memory
Chesed shel Emes Cemetery. at 3 p.m., Sunday, Aug. 16 at
Rabbi Levin will officiate. Rela- Chesed shel Emes Cemetery.
tives and friends are asked to Rabbi Arm will officiate. Rela-
attend.
tives and friends are asked to
* *
attend.
* * *
The family of the late Step-
hen Partos announces the un-
The family of the late Morris
veiling of a monument in his Frederick announces the unveil-
memory at 12 noon, Sunday, ing of a monument in his
Aug. 23, at Northwest Hebrew memory at 10:15 a.m., Sunday,
Memorial Park Cemetery. Rabbi Aug. 16, at Chesed shel Emes
Gorrelick will officiate. 11,ela- Cemetery. Rabbi Donin will of-
lives and friends are asked to ficiate. Relatives and friends
attend.
are asked to attend. .
* * *
• * * *
The family of the late Ben
The family of the late Her-
Matz announces the unveiling man Blavin announces the un-
of a monument in his memory veiling of a monument in his
at 1 p.m., Sunday, Aug. 23, memory at 11 a.m., Sunday
at the Beth Yehudah plot of Aug. 23, at Northwest Hebrew
Workmen's Circle Cemetery, Memorial Park Cemetery. Rabbi
Gratiot and 14 Mile. Rabbi Segal will officiate. Relatives
Gruskin will officiate. Relatives and friends are asked to attend.
and friends are asked to at-
* * *
tend.
The
family
of the late Dr.
* * *
Samuel H. Ross announces the
The family of the late Bessie unveiling of a monument in his
Pickman (Pick) and the late memory at 1:30 p.m., Sunday,
Hyman (Hy) Pickman (mother Aug. 16, at Beth El Memorial
and son) announce the double Park Cemetery. Rabbi Syme
unveiling of monuments in will officiate. Relatives and
their memory at 10 a.m., Sun- friends are asked to attend.
day, Aug. 16, ' at Westwood
Cemetery. Rabbi Segal will offi- Hebrew U. Holds First
ciate. Relatives and friends are Dental School Graduation
asked to attend.
JERUSALEM, (JTA)—Promi-
* * *
nent leaders in dental surgery
The family of the late Goldie from the United States and
Weisberg announces the unveil- other countries attended the
ing of a monument in her commencement exercises of the
memory at 2 p.m., Sunday, Aug. first graduating class in den-
23, at Chesed shel Emes Cem- tistry at the Hebrew Univer-
etery. Rabbi Gruskin will of- sity here. Ten graduates re-
ficiate. Relatives and friends ceived degrees of Doctor of
are asked to attend.
Dental- Medicine.
* * *
The family of the late Molly
The father of actor Douglas
Frank announces the unveiling Fairbanks was named Ullman.
of a monument in her mem-
ory at 12 noon, Sunday, Aug.
16, at Machpelah Cemetery.
Rabbi Gruskin will officiate.
Relatives and friends are asked
to attend.
* * *
The family of the late Louis
Novak announces the unveiling
of a monument in his memory
at 11 a.m.,. Sunday, Aug. 16, at
in the Jewish
Chesed shel Emes Cemetery.
tradition by
Relatives and friends are asked
to attend.

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