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July 15, 1960 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-07-15

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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.)

The family of the late Hyman
D. Berke and Mendel Heron
announce the double unveilings
of monuments in their memory
at noon, Sunday, July 17, at
Beth Moses Cemetery. Rabbi
Franklin will officiate. Rela-
tives and friends are asked to
attend.
* * *
The family of the late Esther
Burko announces the unveiling
of a monument in her memory
at 1 p.m., Sunday, July 17, at
Chesed shel Emes Cemetery.
Relatives and friends are asked
to attend.
* * *

Lappin Dies;
Arbitrator,
Noted Zionist

OBITUARIES

LEE E. SEGAL, 20530 Sun-
derland, died July 10. Survived
A. C. Lappin, of 2557 West
by his wife, Es.,iier; one daugh-
McNichols, for many years a
ter, Debra Ann; two brothers
prominent Zionist leader here,
and one sister.
one of the pioneers in the field
* * *
of arbitration, died July 7, while
FRANK SCHWARTZ, 4081
* * *
he was visiting his brother,
Clements, died July 11. Sur-
The family of the late Abra-
David, and sister, Mrs. Jack
vived by two sons, Sam and
ham Smith announces the un-
Feinstein,
in
Milwaukee.
veiling of a monument in his
ISRAEL MERVIS: 11501 Pe- Harry; four daughters, Mrs. Al-
Funeral services were held toskey, died July 4. SurviYed by bert Goldfeder, Mrs. Henry
memory at noon on Sunday,
Sunday morning at Kaufman one son, Hyman; one daughter, BUrston, Mrs. Alfred Klavons
July 17, at Machpelah Ceme-
Chape 1. Rabbi Leon Fram Mrs. Sam Freed; 5 grandchil- and Mrs. Joseph Kelton; six
tery. Rabbi Donin will officiate.
officiated.
Friends and relatives are asked
dren; and two great grandchil- grandchildren and six great
grandchildren.
Surviving him are his wife, dren.
to attend.
* * *
* *
* * *
Louise; son, Richard, of New
The family of the late Daniel
HELEN TRAITEL NAMM,
York; daughter, Mrs. Helmar
CELIA MERMELS TEIN:
Boyaner announces the unveil-
14101 Appoline, died July 6. 2740 Richton, died July 6. She
The family of the late Philip
ing of a monument in his mem-
Survived by her husband, Ben; leaves her husband Joseph, one
ory at 11 a.m., Sunday, July 17, Yak announces the unveiling
two sons, Albert and Milton son, William Traitel, and two
at Machpelah Cemetery. _Rabbi of a monument in his memory
Mermell and two grandchil- grandchildren. * *
at
.1
p.m.
Sunday,
July
17,
at
Syme will officiate. Relatives
Beth
Isaac
Cemetery,
14-Mile
dren.
and friends are asked to attend.
SALLY LEOPOLD: 18253
*
4,
Road and Gratiot. Rabbi Levin
* *
MAJER BURNSTEIN: 18075 Hubbell, died July 9. Survived
The family of the late Milton and Rabbi Frankel will offi-
Cherrylawn, died July 7. Sur- by one son, Jack; one daughter,
Drapkin announces the unveil- ciate. Relatives and friends are
vived by his wife, Fanny; two Mrs. Irma Lewinsky of N.Y.C.,
ing of a monument in his mem- asked to attend.
sons, Irving and David; two and three grandchildren.
* * 4,
ory at 1 p.m., Sunday, July 17,
* *
brothers, Lajos of Brooklyn and
at Chesed shel Emes Cemetery.
The family of the late Jennie
TYLLY
LEVY,
13336 N. Nor-
Abraham of Russia; two sisters,
Relatives and friends are asked Lewis announces the, unveiling
folk, died July 8. She leaves
-3rooklyn;
Mrs.
Zissel
Katz
of
to attend.
of •a • monument in her memory
* * *
6 grandchildren and 1 great five uncles, Harry, Hyman, Abe,
°sear and Norman Levy, and
The family of the late Paul at 11 a.m., Sunday, July 17, at
grandchild.
one aunt, Mrs. Chas. Schwartz.
*- * *
P. Rosen announces the unveil- Machpelah Cemetery, Section B.
*
ing of a monument in his mem- Rabbi Rosenbaum will officiate.
ISADORE KATZ: 20452 Le-
HARRY
GITTLEN,
18635
Relatives
and
friends
are
asked
ory at 11 a.m., Sunday, July
sure, died July 7. Survi - ed by
Birchcrest, died July 12 in Mi-
17, at Bnai David Cemetery. to attend.
his
wife,
Tillie;
one
son,
Lawr-
* * *
Rabbi Donin will officiate.
ence; two daughters, Mrs. Allan ami Beach, Fla. He leaves his
The family of the late Morris
Relatives and friends are asked
Stern and Mrs. Louis Goldfad- wife, Esther; two sons, J. Leon
and Maier; one daughter, Mrs.
Fishman announces the unveil-
to attend.
en and 5 grandchildren.
* * *
Irvin Feig; one brother, one sis-
ing of a monument in his mem-
* *
The family of the late Rose ory at 11 a.m. Sunday, July. 17,
M I N N I E ATKINS WEST- ter and eight grandchildren.
* * *
Bitterman announces the un- at Chesed shel Emes Cemetery,
A. C. LAPPIN
HEIMER, Jackson, Mich., died
BEN STEIN (FIELD), 2521
veiling of a monument in her Rabbi Goldschlag will officiate.
in Jackson July 7. She leaves
memory at 1 p.m., Sunday, July Relatives and friends are asked (Barbara) Schlein, of Reseda, her husband Eugene, one son, W. McNichols, died July 12 in
17, at Chesed shel Emes Ceme- to attend. • Calif.; two- grandchildren and Richard Atkins; two brothers, Ozark, Ark. He is survived by
another sister, Mrs. William
* * *
tery. Rabbi Stollman will offi-
two sisters- and two grandchil- two brothers, Frank and Harry;
Blaine, of St. Paid., Minn.
and two sisters, Mrs. Edward
ciate. Relatives and friends are
The family of the late Jacob
dren.
Feldman and Mrs. Sol Boesky.
A graduate of the Washing-
* * *
asked to attend.
Schuldinger announces the un-
ZELL LEFKOFSKY, 20031
veiling of a monument in his ton, D. C., College of Law,
memory at noon, Sunday, July Lappin was in active practice Oxley, died July 10. He leaves
17, at Beth Tefilo Emanuel here for 40 years. He was a his wife, Katherine; two sons,
The Family of the Late
Cemetery. Rabbi Levin will of- member of . the Michigan Bar William and Daniel; one daugh-
ter, Mrs. Milton Tilson; two
ficiate. Relatives and friends are Association.
TENA
He served on the - Michigan brothers and one granddaugh-
asked to attend.
During the coming
BARD
Labor Mediation Board, was a ter.
*
*
*
• _
* * *
week Yeshiva Beth
Workmen's Compensation Com-
Announces the unveil-
LOTTIE
WEINER,
16191
The family of the late Wil- missioner, and during World
Yehuda will observe
ing of a monument in
the Yahrzeit of the
liam Selman announces the un- War II he was a Member of the Ilene, died July 11. She leaves
her memory at 10:30
following departed
two brothers, Ruben and Isa-
veiling of a monument in his Federal Conciliation Service.
a.m., Sunday, July 17,
friends, with the
dore; and four sisters, Mrs.
memory at noon Sunday, July
at Chesed shel Emes
A number of years ago he Fred Rosenberg, Mrs. Alice
traditional M e mo
17, at Cloverhill Park. Rabbi
Cemetery. Rabbi Levin
riot Prayers, recita-
will officiate. Relatives
Lehrman will officiate. Rela- won the nomination for the Kahn, Mrs. Ben Gallison and
tion of Kaddish and
and friends are asked
tives and friends are asked to City Council, losing in the elec- Mrs. Julius Fox of El Paso, Tex. •
studying of Mish-
tion by a narrow margin.
* *
to attend.
attend. '
nayes.
MARVIN D. BLOOM, 4044
* * *
Ile was especially known
Hebrew Civil
The family of the late Solo- for his Zionist activities. A Tuxedo, died July 11. Survived
Tamuz July
mon Chesluk announces the former president of the Zion- by his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
16
21
Samuel Glickman
Henry
Bloom;
two
brothers,
16
ist
Organization
of
Detroit,
21
unveiling of a monument in his
Lena Firestone
16
21
In Loving Memory of
Gerson
and
Harvey;
and
grand-
Anna
Levine
memory on Sunday, July 24, at he was among the most active
16
21
Benjamin Krass
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Max Plat-
leaders
in
the
movement,
was
Chesed
shel
Emes
Cemetery.
JENNIE
17
22
Pinchas N. Engler
Rabbi Wohlgelernter will offi- responsible for the develop- nik, and Mrs. Molly Bloom of
17
22
Samuel Gold
NEWBERGER
17
ciate. Relatives and friends are ment of the Balfour Concert N.Y.
22
Nathan Moehlman
17
22
Solomon
Chesluk
Dear wife and mother,
series
and
was
among
the
or-
asked to attend.
17
22
Louis Katzer
who left us on July 20,
ganizers of the Zionist House
18
23
Boruch Birman
1956. Sadly missed and
Every U.S. Savings Bond pur- building project.
MONUMENTS
18
23
Louis Gunsberg
lovingly remembered
18
chased is recorded by the
23
In the 1920s, he served as di-
Bernard Swartz
by her husband, Na-
Treasury_ If anything happens rector of the Keren Hayesod
19
Charles P, Nakelsky 24
than, and daughters,
to your Bonds they are replaced campaigns here.
20
25
Marjorie and Mrs.
Bessie Krakofsky
—free.
He was active in Allied Jew-
20
25
Samuel Harris
Abner C. Rosenzweig.
ish Campaigns and served on
21
26
Joel Siwak
many civic committees.
21
26
jean Bernstein
Lappin also was among the
22
27
Morris Evans
organizers of the arbitration
22
27
Hyman Levine
committee of the Jewish Com-
Manual Urbach & Son
Yeshiva Beth Yehuda
IN MEMORIAM
munity Council.
7729 TWELFTH ST.
12305 Dexter
The Hannah Schloss
He was a former president of
TY 6-7192
Old Timers
WE 1-0203
the Men's Club of Temple Beth
mourns the passing of
El.
one of its distinguished
in the Jewish
members

ABRAHAM MACKEY, 16217
Hilton Rd.; Southfield, died July
13. He leaves his wife,. Kathe-
rine; a son, Maurice; two daugh-
ters, Mrs. David Gross and Mrs.
Maxwell Feller; one brother,
nine grandchildren and two
great grandchildren.

WE REMEMBER
717:17 ■ 2 71`7N

MEMORIALS

HARRY R.
HOWARD

We pay tribute to his
memory for his friend-
ship, for all the good
deeds that marked his
active life. Our heart-
felt sympathies go to
the entire Howard fam-
ily. May they be con-
soled in their hour of
sorrow.

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that an Israeli tractor driver
was wounded Monday evening
in the demilitarized zone when
gunners in Syrian army position
opened fire from the village of
Twafik.
The spokesman said Israel
protested to the Israel-Syrian
Mixed Armistice Commission.

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