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May 13, 1960 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-05-13

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The family of the late Irving
Novak announces the unveiling
of a monument in -his memory
at 12 noon, Sunday, May 22, at
Chesed shel Emes Cemetery.
Relatives and friends are asked
to attend.
*
*
The family of the late Helen
Auslander announces the unveil-
ing of a monument in her mem-
ory at 10:30 a.m., Sunday, May
22, at Oak View Cemetery.
Rabbi Lehrman will officiate.
Relatives and friends are asked
to attend.
*
*
The family of the late Max
Lucatsky announces the unveil-
ing of a monument in his mem-
ory at 2 p.m., Sunday, May 22,
at Beth Yehudah Cemetery.
Rabbi Spiro will officiate. Rel-
atives and friends are asked
to attend.
* * *
The family of the late Sam-
uel Tillinger announces the un-
veiling of a monument in his
memory at 1:30 p.m., Sunday,
May 15, at Aaron Moshe Ceme-
tery, 20711 Masonic Blvd. near
Gratiot. Rabbi Gruskin will of-
ficiate. Relatives and friends
are asked to attend.

-

The Family of the Late

HARRY R. KIEF

Acknowledges with
grateful appreciation
the many kind expres-
sions of sympathy ex-
tended by relatives and
friends during the re-
cent bereavement.

The Family of the Late

HARRY DAVIS

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.

The Family of the Late

MASHA
(Mollie)
WEINER

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

The Family of the Late

MIRIAM
DOMBEY

Acknowledges with
grateful appreciation
the many kind expres-
sions of sympathy and
the contributions made
to so many charities by
relatives and friends
during the family's re-
cent bereavement.

V

The family of the late Harry
Sheinfeld and Mary Youlis an-
nounce the double unveiling of
CELIA MILLER, 64, formerly
LENA GOLDIS, 21961 Bever-
monuments in their memories
at 1 p.m., Sunday, May 22, at of Detroit, died May 9, in Los ly, Oak Park, died May 9. Sur-
Chesed shel Emes. Cemetery, Angeles, Calif. She leaves her vived by six daughters, Mrs.
on Pillette Rd., in Windsor. husband, Ruben; two sons, Os- Max N. Eisenberg, Mrs. Celia
Rabbi S. Stollman will officiate. car, of Detroit, and Maurice, Higer and Mrs. Manuel Nidorf,
Relatives and friends are asked of Chicago; three daughters, of Los Angeles, Calif., Mrs. Jack
Mrs. Rosalind Simon, of De- Taxen, of Chicago, Mrs.. Max
to attend.
troit, and Mrs. Mary Lou Greer Tendler and Mrs. Eugene De-
*
The family of the late Julius and Mrs. Estelle Papa, of Cali- polo, of Forest Hills, N. Y.; 19
Herman announces the unveil- fornia; eight grandchildren and grandchildren; 26 great grand-
ing of a monument in his mem- a great grandchild. Family at children, and two great-great
ory at 2 p.m. ,Sunday, May 15, Mrs. Simon's home, 24050 Mar- grandchildren.
• *
at the Yiddish Folks Farein sec- low, Oak Park.
* * *
MOLLIE .HACK, 19328 Bilt-
tion of Workmen's Circle Ceme-
KAROLYN CASE, 16655 more, died. May 8. Survived by
tery. Rabbi Sperka and Cantor
Adler will officiate. Relatives Santa Rosa, died May 10. She two sons, Jerome A. and Leon-
and friends are asked to attend. leaves two sons, Ivan and ard; a daughter, Mrs. Sylvia
* * *
Melvyn H.; a sister and four Miller; three brothers, a sister,
Rose Tarnoff, George Tarnoff grandchildren.
four grandchildren and a great
and Seymour Tarnoff, wife and
*
grandchild.
• * *
sons of the late Jack Tarnoff,
FLORA GITTLEMAN, 26725
announce the unveiling of a Hendrie, Huntington Wood s,
FANNIE LEVINE, 31 Second,
monument in his memory at 2 died May 10. She leaves three Mt. Clemens, died May 8. Sur-
p.m., Sunday, May 22, at Mach- daughters, Mrs. Samuel B. Dan- vived by a son, Bennie W., of
pelah Cemetery. Rabbi M. S. to, Mrs. M. Howard Stone, of Las Vegas, Nev.; a daughter,
Halpern will officiate. Relatives Syracuse, N. Y., and Mrs. Louis Clara Levine, of Mt. Clemens;
and friends are asked to attend. Krupkin, of Watertown, N.Y.; two brothers and a sister.
* * *
* * *
two sisters, seven grandchildren
The family of the late Joseph and four great grandchildren.
NINA FRIEDMAN, 19770
Stern announces the unveiling
Santa Barbara, died May 7. Sur-
• *
of a monument in his memory
vived by her husband, Frank;
LOUIS
BERK,
18297
Indiana,
at 11 a.m., Sunday, May 15, at
t w o daughters, Mrs. Sidney
Hebrew Memorial Park Ceme- died May 10. He leaves his wife, Lewis and Mrs. Morris Zorn;
Rose;
a
son,
Ernest,
of
Miami
tery, 14 Mile and Gratiot. Rabbi
two sister, four grandchildren.
Lehrman will officiate. Rela- Beach, Fla.; a sister and two
tives and friends are tasked to grandchildren.
GERTRUDE SCHNEIDER,
* * *
attend.
11501 Petoskey, died May 6.
* * *
DORA SHIMBERG, 19353 Survived by two sons, Isadore
The family of the late Pearl Stoepel, died May 10. She leaves and Louis; three daughters,
Meth (Bender) announces the two sons, Roy R. Selling ard Mrs. Yetta Selman, Mrs. Abe
unveiling of a monument in her Harold N. Selling, of Boston, Lindenbaum, of Los Angeles,
memory at 1 p.m., Sunday, May Mass.; three grandchildren and Calif., and Freda; seven grand-
15, at Machpelah Cemetery. a great grandchild.
children and four great grand-
* *
Rabbi Fram will officiate. Rela-
children.
*
*
tives and friends are asked to
JERRY BRATT, Royal Palm
LOUIS GORELICK, 13150
attend.
Hotel, died May 11. He leaves
* * *
his wife, Dorothy; a son, Stuart; Burton, Oak Park, died May 6.
The family of the late Simon his mother, Mrs. Esther Bratt; Survived by his wife, Anna; two
Bruch announces the unveiling three brothers and two sisters. sons, Jack and Manuel; two
*
*
daughters, Mrs. Nicholas Green-
of a monument in his memory
at 2 p.m., Sunday, May 15, at
LOUIS SADOVITZ, 3294 stein and Mrs. Jonah Alter; four
Beth Moses • Cemetery. Rabbi Clements, died May 10. Survived brothers, two sisters, and 11
Gruskin will officiate. Relatives by his wife, Sarah; three sons, grandchildren.
-
• *
and friends are asked to at- Jack, of Sommerville, N. J.,
ROSE SCHLANGE, 3709
tend.
Harry and David; three daugh- Richton, died May 5. Survived
* * *
ters, Mrs. Irving Oppenheim,
The family of the late Yetta Mrs. Irving Alpert and Mrs. by a daughter, Mrs. Harry
Solow announces the unveiling Joseph Peck, of New York; and Weitzman, and four grandchil-
dren.
of a monument in • her memory six grandchildren.
* *
at 1:30 p.m., Sunday, May 15,
• *
JOSEPH WINKLER, 16887
at Machpelah Cemetery. Rabbi
DAVID GOLDSTEIN, of Tole- Monica, died May 5. Survived
Fram will officiate. Relatives
by a son, Louis; two daughters,
and friends are asked to attend. do, 0., died May 10. Services Mrs. Morris Cooper and Mrs.
and interment in Detroit. Sur-
* *
The family of the late Jacob vived by a son, Jerry Carroll; Morris Adelstein; four grand-
Fingeroot announces the unveil- a brother, three sisters and children, and five great grand-
children.
ing of a monument in his mem- three grandchildren.
* * *
ory at 2 p.m., Sunday, May 22,
RAE R. SMITHEIMER, 19165
ETHEL
GARR,
194
Alexan-
at Chesed shel Emes Cemetery.
Hubbell, died May 4. She leaves
Rabbi Hoberman will officiate. drine, died May 9. Survived by her husband, Nathan; two sons,
Relatives and friends are asked a step-sister, Mrs. Tillie Neu- Larry and Michael Koslow;
man.
to attend.
three daughters, Mrs. Sam Sil-
* * *
ver, Mrs. Bruce Copley and
B E L L A HENIGMAN, 981 Nancy; her mother, Mrs. Stella
Erskine, died April 27. Sur- Goldman; three brothers and
The Family of the Late
vived by a son, Harry; two two grandchildren.
daughters, Mrs. Jack Finer and
DR. GERSON I.
• *
Mrs. Emery Gyarfas; and three
MERRILL GOODMAN, 20120
BERRIS
grandchildren.
Votrobeck Ct., died May 5. He
Announces the unveil-
* * *
leaves his wife, Lea; and two
ing of a monument in
MOLLIE SIMON GERSON, sisters.
his memory at 10:45
• *
746 Collingwood, died May 7.
a.m., Sunday, May 22,
MORRIS CASSELS, 17522
She
leaves
a
son,
Jerome;
two
at ilachpelah Ceme-
sisters, Mrs. Rose - Levy and Kentucky, died in Chicago May
tery. Rabbi Segal will
Mrs. Herman Marks; a grand- 5. He leaves his wife Diana; two
officiate. Relatives and
son and a great granddaughter. sons, Louis, of Miami Beach,
friends are asked to at-
and Bernard; two daughters,
* * *
tend.
LILLIAN JACOBSON, of Mit. Sidney Goias and Mrs. Jo-
Frenchtown, Mich., died May 8, seph Stone; two brothers, three
in Monroe. Services and inter- sisters and seven grandchildren.
ment in Detroit. She leaves two
Additional Obituaries
The Family of the Late
nephews, Sam Wilson and Mor-
on Pages 8 and 9
ris Gant; and three nieces, Mrs.
ANNA ROSEN
Ethel
Morris,
Mrs.
Harry
Fine
Announces the unveil-
and Mrs. Philip Kahn.
ing of a monument in
* * *
her memory at 3 p.m.,
FRANK BORISOFF, of Bos-
Su nday, May 15, at
Lowest Prices for Highest
ton, Mass., died May 6, in Bos-
Beth El Memorial
Quality Granite and Outstanding
ton.
Services
and
interment
in
Designs
Park, 6 Mile and Mid-
Boston. He leaves a brother,
dlebelt. Rabbi Fram
DETROIT MONUMENT
Maurice Borisoff, of Oak Park,
will officiate. Relatives
Mich.; two daughters, Mrs. Sam
WORKS
and friends are asked
Brecher and Mrs. George Glass,
2744 W. Davison cor. Lawton
to attend.
bath of Boston; and three grand- TO 8-6923
DI 1-1175
children.

Cemetery Memorials

ra Iiaufman Chapel, Inc.

DIRECTORS OF FUNERALS

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TY 4-8020

DAVID RITTENBURG, 16551
Indiana, died May 6. He leaves
his wife, Betty; a son, Milton;
a daughter, Mrs. George Blazier,
of Cheswick, Pa.; a brother and
four grandchildren.

JOSEPH I. KELLER, 17330
Wisconsin, died May 7. He
leaves his wife, Pearl.
* *
ABRAHAM SACHS, 6396 W.
Outer Dr., died May 6. He
leaves two sons, Philip C. and
David H.; two daughters, Marion
and Mrs. Clara Gilman; and a
grandson.

In Memoriam

In sweet and laving memory
of our darling—Joyce Weingar-
den Markle, who left us three
years ago today, May 19, 1957.
"In our hearts, you are always
near
As we loved you, so we miss
you
At the end of three long
years."
Sadly missed by us all, her
parents, Sue and Lou Weingar-
den; her sisters, Irene Isaacs
and family, Raundie Tanner and
family; her husband, Marshall;
and daughters, Sandra and
Frances.
* x*
In loving memory of Leo
Arden, dear husband and father,
who passed away two years
ago, on May 17, 1958 (27 days
in Iyar).
Always lovingly remembered
by his wife, Bess; daughter,
Rhoda; and son, Stanford.

Abraham Sachs Dies

Abraham Sachs. of 6396 W.
Outer Dr., father of Philip
Cincy Sachs and David H. Sachs,
who are prominent in profes-
sional and semi-professional
basketball ranks here, died last
Friday.
P'uneral services were held
at Kaufman Chapel on Sunday.
Surviving him also are two
daughters, Marion and Mrs.
Lawrence (Clara) Gilman and
a grandson.

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71—cniz ritx

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week Yeshiva Beth

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traditional M e mo -
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studying of Mish-
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lyar
May

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17
17

14
14
14

Dr. Milton R. Cogen 18
Rabb; Moses Fisher 18
Ida Green
18

15
15
,15

Moses Weiswasser 19
Charles Laskey
19
Harry Bias
19
Joseph E. Fleishman 19
Samuel Zelikowitz
19

16
16
16
16
16

Lottie Wainger
Bakie Golub

20
20

17
17

Anna Rottenberg
Sam Seligson

21
21

18
18

David Blumonfeld
Judes Wasserman
Rose Buchbinder

22
22
22

19
19
19

Rachel Bernstein
Ida Kovinsky

23
23

20
20

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Hyman Stolarsky
Max Iwrey

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31 - THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS -- Friday, May 13, 1960

OBITUARIES

Monument Unveilings

(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 standing
charge of $3.00 for an unveiling
notice, measuring an inch in
depth.)
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