Former. Tel Aviv
Mayor, Is Dead
at Beth Abraham
Israel Rokach, former Mayor
HINDA GREENBERG, 3322
MINNIE- SMOLINSKY, 11501
of Tel Aviv, Israel, Deputy Glynn Ct., died Sept. 16. She
(See Unveilings, Page 38)
Rabbi Baruch Ulrych, a De-
Speaker of the Israel Knesset leaves her husband, Benjamin; Petoskey, died Sept. 12. She
leaves a daughter, Mrs. Allen troiter for four years, died sud-
that just con-
three sons, William P., Joseph W e i s b e r g;
The family of the late Minnie
and two grand- denly Sept. 12, after he suf-
cluded its ses-
S. and Louis M.; and five grand- children.
Lesser announces the unveiling
sions, died in
children. Family at William
of a monument in her memory
Tel Aviv Sun-
P. Greenberg residence, 16564
SIMON PATAKI, 20530 St.
at 11 a.m. Sunday, Sept. 27, at
d a y night at
Rabbi Ulrych, who was to Chesed shel Ernes Cemetery.
Mary's, died Sept. 13. Survived
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the age of 63.
by his wife, Julia; and a son, have conducted the auxiliary Rabbi Halperin will officiate.
High Holy Day services at the Friends and relatives are asked
MORRIS BRODSKY, 17569 Denes.
synagogue, had just completed to attend.
Northlawn, died Sept. 9. 8ur=
vived by his wife, Becky; three
BERT KANTERMAN, 21710 reading from the Torah at
w a s Minister
sons, Julius, Bernard and San- Parklawn, died Sept. 9. Survived services last sabbath morning,
The family of the late Sadie
ford; and a sister.
of Interior in
when he was Zuckman announces the unveil-
by his wife, Lillian; a son, Ed-
stricken. H e ing of a monument in her mem-
ward Ferentz of Lakewood,
died before ory at 1 p.m., Sunday, Sept. 27,
JOSEPH GOLDSTEIN, 18268 Calif.; daughters, Mrs. Allan
Rosemont, died Sept. 11. Sur- Davis, Mrs. Marvin Goldman
arriving at Mt. at Hebrew Memorial Park Cem-
vived by his wife, Sylvia; two and Mrs. Fred Nederlander;
Carmel Mercy etery. Rabbi Groner will offi-
t h e Cabinet Rokach
ciate. Relatives and friends are
crisis of July, 1955. Prior to ;hat sons, Howard, of the U.S. Navy, three brothers, two sisters and
The 51-year- asked, to attend.
time he also held office in ad- and Barry; his mother, Mrs. eight grandchildren.
old rabbi had
. ministrations headed by David Anna Goldstein; a brother and
•FRED BARBAS, 18709 Strath-
The family, of the late Hyman
served for the
moor, died Sept. 9. Survived by
last three Calchary announces the unveil-
For 17 years Mayor of Tel
ROSE BITTERMAN, 7740 S. his wife, Pearl; sons, Sidney L.
years as an ing of a monument in his
Aviv, Rokach was considered River Dr., Marine City, Mich., and Nathan; daughters, Mes- ' Rabbi Ulrych instructor a t memory at 3 p.m., Sunday, Sept.
an authority on parliamentary died Sept. 12. Survived by her dames Aaron Gellerman, Wil- the United Hebrew Schools. 20, at Machpelah Cemetery..
and industrial issues.
husband, Morris; two sons, liam Gutman, Jack Kaplan and and the Baal Kriah and assist- Rabbi Fram will officiate. Rela-
He was active in behalf of the Irving and Willie; and a daugh- Harry Lipsitz; a brother, a sis- ant cantor at Adas Shalom tives and friends are asked to
Jewiih National Fund and was ter, Mrs. Ida Lichtig, all of ter and 17 grandchildren.
a speaker at a JNF public Marine City; a brother, a sister
ARNOLD WOLFSON died in
The family of the late Meyer
meeting in Masonic Temple in and eight grandchildren.
Dayton, 0., Sept. 8. He leaves
Detroit eight years ago.
Finkel announces the unveiling
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his wife, Ila Ann; a son, Robert with Rabbis Jacob Segal, S. P. of a monument in his memory
Born in Jaffa, Rokach was an
HANNAH HARVITH, 1001 A.; his mother, Mrs. Dora Wolf-
at 1 p.m., Sunday, Sept. 27, at
electrical engineering graduate
Merton, died Sept. 9:She leaves
Clover Hill Park Cemetery.
of the Polytechnical Institute in her husband, Jacob; sons, Sam- son, and a brother. Interment
Born in Warsaiv, Rabbi Rabbi Adler will officiate. Rela-
Zurich, Switzerland. He was a
uel and Erwin of Saginaw; and
Ulrych was the scion of a tives and friends are asked to
member of the Tel Aviv Munic- two sisters.
PAUL HENRY BURLAK, wealthy, Orthodox family. His attend.
ipal Council from 1922 to 1953
18572 Milburn, Livonia, died great grandfather, Rabbi Dow
and served as mayor of the city
JACOB OLENDER, 49 Glen- Sept. 9. He leaves his wife, Ida
The family of-the late Joseph
from 1936 to 1953. He had been dale, Highland Park, died Sept. Zelda; son, Brian; daughters, Berysh Meisels, was Chief Rab- Schwartz announces, the unveil-
a member of the Knesset since 15. Survived by a nephew, Ben Charla and Elisa; parents, Mr. bi of Warsaw. Rabbi Ulrych ing of a monument in his mem-
1949, for four years commuting Browarney; and a niece, Mrs. and Mrs. Samuel Burlak; two was ordained after studies at ory at 12 noon, Sept. 27, at
the Tachkmuni Rabbinical Col-
between Tel Aviv and Jeru- Sarah Gross.
brothers and a sister.
Northwest Hebrew Memorial
legt in Warsaw.
salem while holding the dual
Park, 6 Mile near Middlebelt.
posts of deputy and Mayor of
SAMUEL FREED, 5007 Com-
Rabbi Baylinson will officiate.
monwealth, died Sept. 14. Sur- 19410 Stratford, died Sept. 12. in Shanghai, serving as a teach- Relatives and friends are asked
vived by two brothers, Louis, of She leaves two daughters, Mrs.
No penance can absolve our Chicago, and Avrum Frayman, Albert Schwartz and Mrs. Mor- leader of Shanghai's Ohel Moshe
ris Benaderet, five grandchil-
guilty fame: Nor tears, that of Paris, France.
The family of the late Jean
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dren and eight great-grandchil-
wash out sin, can wash out
Arriving in the U. S. in 1949, Rist announces the unveiling
Rabbi Ulrych served with Cong. of a monument in her memory
MAX COHEN, 18266 Santa dren.
Rodef Sholom for two years be- at 2 p.m., Sunday, Sept. 27, at
Rosa, died Sept. 13. Survived
fore leaving to assume the pul- Workmen's Circle Cemetery.
by his wife, Irene; a son, Stuart; N. Ruttenburg Dead;
pit of Cong. Beth Eliezer in Rabbi Fram will officiate. Rela-
The Family of the Late
a daughter, Elynor; three broth-
Chicago. When this synagogue tives and friends are asked to
ers and five sisters.
Former JNF Prexy
was dissolved, he came to Mich- attend.
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Former Deputy Police Corn-
SARAH PERLIN, 10 Ferris, missioner and Zionist leader igan's Upper Peninsula, where
The family of the late Sam
Highland Park, died Sept. 15. Nelson Ruttenburg died of a
Acknowledges with sin-
Reznik announces the unveiling
She leaves her husband, heart attack last Saturday as
cere appreciation the
of a monument in his memory
many acts of kindness
Toby; two sons, Barry and at 1 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 20 at
Primack; and two sisters, Mrs. home. He was 65 years old.
and thoughtfulness ex-
Chesed shel Emes Cemetery.
Louis Bogorad and Mrs. Min-
After holding the position of Moses; and a daughter, Hannah. Relatives and friends are asked
tended by so many rel-
nie Goldberg, of New Jersey. fourth deputy police commis-
atives and friends dur-
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sioner from 1927 to 1933, Mr. Herbert Dreyfus Dies;
ing the family's recent
ROSE (K APLA N) LEIP- Ruttenburg resigned in 1933 to
ZIGER, 11501 Petoskey, died become counsel to the New N.Y. Stock Prodigy
Sept. 15. Survived by two sons, York State Alcoholic Beerage
Herbert IVI. Dreyfus, a stock-
Erwin Irving, of Flint, and Control Board. He held this broker who had been a member
George H. Kaplan; a brother, post until he retired in 1937 of the New York Stock Ex-
In Cherished Memory
a sister, five grandchildren and because of ill health. He had change for 53 years, died Fri-
During the coming
served ir the State Assembly day, Sept. 11 at Lenox Hill Hos-
Of My Beloved Wife
two great. grandchildren.
week Yeshiva Beth
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in 1924 and 1925.
pital in New York. He was 77.
Yehudo will observe
Mr. Ruttenburg was president
the Yahrzeit of the
CHARLES BROWN, 1 8 0 9 1
In 1906 Mr. Dreyfus became
Who passed away on
Cherrylawn, died Sept. 13. He of the Jewish National Fund the youngest member of the
Sept. 23, 1957 (27 days
friends, with the
leaves four daughters, Mrs. from 1931 to 1933 and a former exchange, celebrating his twen-
traditional M e mo -
in Elul). So sadly
David Wellman, Mrs. Maxwell member of the Zionist Organiza- ty-first birthday by paying $84,-
rial Prayers, recita-
missed and never to
Gold, Mrs. Max Shelden and tion of America.
000 for a seat. He had begun
tion of Kaddish and
be forgotten by her
Born in Elmira, N. Y., Mr. his career eight year earlier as
Mrs. Jules Brown; 10 grand:
studying of Mish-
husband, Frank. Sadly
children and 14 great grand- Ruttenburg graduated from a $3-a-week errand boy. For the
missed, also, by her
New York University and the last 25 years he had been a
New York Law School.
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sisters, brothers, nieces
partner of Benton and Co. •
He is survived by his widow.
CELIA MEIROFF, 11750 N.
Mr. Dreyfus is survived by his
Samuel H. Goldman 16
Martindale, died Sept. 13. She
widow, Constance; a stepson,
leaves her husband, Jacob; a
Chester B. Kahn; a brother,
son, Myron; a daughter, Mrs.
Louis D. Drevers, and a sister,
Mrs. Goldberger Dies
Ida E. Becker
Louis Ravine; and two grand-
Mrs. Blanche D. Kaufman.
Esther G. Ruffsky
The Family of the Late
Mrs. Mary Farrar Goldberger,
widow of Dr. Joseph Gold-
berger, discoverer of the cause
of pellagra, died Sept. 11 in
The Family of the Late
i i appreciation
Dora E. Green
the many kind expres-
sions of sympathy and
the contributions to so
the many kind expres-
many charities extend-
sions of sympathy ex-
In cherished memory of
ed by relatives and
tended by relatives and
Harry Mitz, dear father and
friends in her name
friends during the
grandfather who passed away
during the family's re-
Manual Urbach & Son
family's recent bereave-
on Sept. 16, 1954 (18 days in
Yeshiva Beth Yehuda
7729 TWELFTH ST.
Never to be forgotten by his
children and grandchildren.
Ira Kaufman C ape
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