Theodora Aronstam Perelman Dies
m New York After Brief Illness
Surviving her are her hus-
Mrs. Luis Perelman, of 155 E.
62nd St., New York, the former band, Dr. Luis Perelman, a dis-
ANNA FEGELMAN, 11501 Theodora Aronstam of Detroit, tinguished psychiatrist; three
MANUEL J. BOSCH, of Ja- CHARLOTTE H 0 C H M A N,
died in New York early Mon- children, Luis Jr., Gay and
maica Estates, N. Y., died re- 17406 Wisconsin, died Nov. 12. Petoskey, died Nov. 13. Inter- day morning after a brief ill- Leslie, and her uncles and aunt
cently. A native Detroiter, he Survived by a son, Dr. Morton ment in Cincinnati. She leaves ness. in Detroit, Max and Morris
had lived here for several years M.; three daughters, Mrs. Bertha three sons, Louis, Max and
Blumberg and Mrs. Jules Klein.
and was the son of the late Applebaum, Mrs. Abe Hochberg, Mitchell; a daughter, Mrs. Dan-
. • • Her parents, the late Dr. and
Eva Gordon Bosch. He leaves of Windsor, and Mrs. Seymour
Mark Kaminski Dies; Mrs. Noah E. Aronstam, were
his wife, Ruth; a son, Eric; two Walfish, of Toronto; two broth- and 13 great * grandchildren.
among Detroit's best known
daughters, Judi and Florence; ers, seven grandchildren and
Was AJC President
community leaders for many
and a sister, Mrs. Ann Jacobs. two great grandchildren.
Mark Kaminski, a participant years.
fer, died Nov. 17. Survived by
Mrs. Perelman, like her late
HARRY BAKER, St. Louis, his wife, Bessie; a son, Ch ar es in numerous community activi-
MAX DEUTELBAUM, 18646
father, was an able writer and
Stoepel, died Nov. 13. He leaves Mo., died Nov. 9. Services and H.; a daughter, Joanne; his par- ties, died Nov. 15. He had lived poet. She was the author of
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Safer- at 17376 Indiana.
his wife, Rose; a son, Marshall; interment in Detroit. He leaves
many monographs, short stories
a daughter, Mrs. L e o n a r d his wife, Helen; a son, Gene stein; and two brothers.
Born in Poland, Mr. Kaminski and essays.
Rouff; a brother and a grand- Coleman, of St. Louis; a daugh-
had lived in 'Detroit for 20
For a brief time, before going
ter, Mrs. Ernest Werner,. a
years. He was a salesman for to New York more than 20
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brother, four sisters and five
the Victor Oil years agO, she was a member
CAROLYN COLE, 13311 Hart, grandchildren. * *
of the J. L. Hudson Co. adver-
Huntington Woods, died Nov.
President of tising staff and was considered
ARTHUR. AARON LOVIN-
17. She leaves two daughters,
t It e Stephen one of Detroit's best copy
Mrs. Seymour Bass and Mrs. GER ; 24710 Sussex, Oak Park,
(Unveiling announcements may
inserted by mailing or by call-
Leo Sobel; a brother, two sis- died Nov. 12. He leaves his be
. of the Ameri-
The Jewish News office, VE
She was fore many years one
ters and five grandchildren.
8-9364. Written announcements
of the editors of Look Magazine,
and Allan; a daughter, Eunice;
be accompanied by the name
and address of the person making
his mother, Mrs. Rose Lovinger;
::Kaminski also serving as manager of adver-
the insertion. There is a standing
and three sisters.
charge of 52.00 for an unveiling
was a member tising services.
In Cherished Memory
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notice, measuring an inch in
She collaborated with her
LOUIS WEISENTHAL died
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and the Labor husband on a play based on
Nov. 13. He leaves his father,
Mr. Kaminski Zionist Organ- the life of Sigmund Freud, and -
The family of the late Arthur
Samuel Weisenthal; two broth- Carnick announces the unveil- ization of America.
her husband, who hails from a
Our dearly-b elov e d
ers, Dr. Charles and Gary; and ing of a monument in his mem-
He leaves his wife, Sadie; two distinguished Chilean Jewish •
a sister, Mrs. Roy Adams.
ory at 12 noon, Sunday, Nov. daughters, Helen and Lauren; family, hopes to complete it and
and aunt, who left us
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22, at Clover Hill Park Ceme- and two brothers, Arthur and have it produced.
on Nov. 5, 1953 (28
H A L C U M GOLDENBERG, tery. Rabbi Segal will officiate. Dr. Julius, both of Poland.
Mrs. Perelman was graduated
days in Heshvan).
18454 Santa Rosa, died Nov. 17. Relatives and friends are asked
from the University of Michi-
Sadly missed and al-
Survived by his wife, Nettie.
gan and pursued her studies at
ways remembered by
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Mandel H. Willer Dies; the
University of Wisconsin.
her loving son, Frank;
SARAH ROSENBLOOM, 3033
The family of the late Anna Helped Found Center
also was advertising man=
daughters, Ethel and
Clements, died • Nov. 16. Surviv- Ertel announces the unveiling
Betty; her grandentl-
Mandel H. Willer, a founder ager of the John Wanamaker
ed by two sons, Harry and of a monument in her memory
dren, nieces and
Philp; a daughter. Mrs. Lester at 12:30 p.m., Sunday, Nov. 22, of the Beth Israel Community stores in New York and Phila-
Rosenberg; a brother, a sister, at Clover Hill Park Cemetery. Center in Ann Arbor, died Nov. delphia.
12 grandchildren and four great Rabbi Adler will officiate. Re- 15, at Ann Arbor Veterans Hos-
latives and friends are asked to pital. Services were held at the
Beth Israel Center.
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Mr. Willer, who lived at 1308
DORA BLETSTEIN, 1071
In Precious Memory of
Berkley, Pontiac, died Nov. 14.
The family of the late Meriam Colgate, was an Ann Arbor res-
She leaves a son, Morris; and Gilbert announces the unveiling taurant owner, he helped to
During the coming
of a monument in her memory organize the Beth Israel Sunday
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week Yeshiva Beth
at 11 a.m., Sunday, Nov. 22, at school and was a member of
Yehuda will observe
RUTH HORWITZ, 3048 W. Machpelah Cemetery. R a b b i Roosevelt Lodge, F. & A. M., in
Our Beloved Husband
the Yahrzeit of the
Outer Dr., died Nov. 16. She Syme will officiate. Relatives Pontiac.
and Father, who passed
leaves two sons, Seymour and and friends are asked to attend.
away on Nov. 23, 1956.
He leaves his wife, Dorothy;
friends, with the
Harry R. Howard; three daugh-
"Although you were
three sons, Jay, Berton and
traditional M e mo -
ters, Lillian, Mrs. Florence
swiftly taken from us,
rial Prayers, recita-
The family of the late Fannie Richard; two daughters, Mrs.
Leach and Mrs. Barney Hertz- Yeszin announces the unveiling Bernard Epstein and Mrs. Mau-
tion of Kaddish and
you are always in our
studying of Mish-
berg; a brother, nine grandchil- of a monument in her memory rice K—tch; and seven grand-
minds and hearts. We
dren and 13 great-grandchil- at 11 a.m., Sunday, Nov. 29, at children.
feel your presence near
Sadly missed and al-
JACOB (Jack) WOODBERG, bi Sperka will officiate. Rela-
ways remembered by
18201 Kentucky, died Nov. 16. tives and friends are asked to
his wife, Tillie, chil-
He leaves his wife, Sarah; a attend.
dren and grandchil-
Samuel J. Maxman 20
soh, Louis; a daughter, Janet;
Rose L. Kramer
The family of the late Meyer
three brothers and three grand-
Pearson announces the unveil-
Chava G. Shapiro
ing of a monument in his mem
ory at 3:30 p.m., Sunday, Nov.
22, at Machpelah Cemetery.
Rabbi Lehrman will officiate.
in the Jewish
The family would appreciate
having their r e 1 a ti v e s and
Herman J. Zold
Blessed be the Memory of
Dedicated labor leader whose life's work has left an
indelible mark on the cause in behalf of labor.
3201 JOY RD.
In loving memory of Anna
Seidman, dear wife and mother,
who passed away on Nov. 17,
1957 (23 days in Heshvan).
Sadly missed by her husband,
Louis; and sons, Sol and Melvin.
Neat to the Hebrew
CLOSED TAVIR- DAY -5
and JEWISH HOLIDAYS
He died on November 12 while engaged in
active duty in behalf of his fellow-workers.
We mourn his death as a great loss to our community
and to our cause and we extend bur heartfelt sym-
pathies to his survivors.
AMALGAMATED CLOTHING WORKERS
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