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August 05, 1960 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-08-05

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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 Anna
Gordon announces the unveil-
ing of a monument in her
memory at 1 p.m. Sunday,
Aug. 7, at Workmen's Circle
Cemetery. Rabbi Siegel will of-
ficiate. Relatives and friends
are asked to. attend.
* * *
The family of the late Louis
Please announces the unveiling
of a monument in his memory
at noon Sunday, Aug. 7, at.
Bnai David Cemetery. Rabbi
Donin and Cantor Adler will
officiate. Relatives and friends
are asked to attend.
* * *
The family of the late Ida
Brownstein announces the un-
veiling of a monument in her
memory at 10:30 a.m. Sunday,
Aug. 7, at Westwood Cemetery,
26200 Michigan, Inkster. Rabbi
Donin will officiate. Relatives
and friends are asked to attend.
* * *
Dr. J. L. Cohen, Mrs. George
Mendelsohn, Mrs. Frances Mintz
Viedrah and Mrs. Arthur Ben-
son, children of the late Rachel
Z. Cohen, announce the unveil-
ing of a monument in her mem-
ory at noon Sunday, Aug. 7, at
Clover Hill Park Cemetery.
Relatives and friends are asked
to attend.
• * *
The family of the late Max
Cohen announces the unveiling
of a monument in his memory
at 3 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 7, at
Chesed shel Emes Cemetery.
Rabbi Arm will officiate. Relat-
fives and friends are asked to
attend.

The Family of the Late

REBECCA
YOLLES

Announces the unveil-
ing of a monument in
her memory at 11 a.m.
Sunday, Aug. 14, at
Clover Hill Park Ceme-
tery. Rabbi Groner will
officiate. Relatives and
friends are asked to
attend.

In Memory Of
Our Dear Father

JERRY J.
GREENBLATT

Who passed away Aug.
11, 1953. Always re-
membered and sadly
missed by his children,
Dr. Norman P. Greene
and Mrs. Norman W.
Kaufman (F ay anne
Greenblatt).

In Solemn Memoriam
of My Saintly Sister

MARION
(BROTMAN)
WEISMAN

Departed like a gentle
breeze Aug. 4, 1958.
Yarzheit Aug. 11, 1960.
—Brokenhearted Ruth

Philip B. Perlman, U.S. Solicitor
General With Truman, Dies at 70

Mrs. Isaac Gilbert
Dies at Age of 76

Mrs. Blanche L. Gilbert, 1:11
widow of Isaac Gilbert, who was
The family of the late Gladys
Philip B. Perlman, solicitor
one of Detroit's most prominent 1:1
Rosengarten announces the un- general of the United States
leaders for many years, died 0-3
veiling of a monument in her during the Truman administra-
Monday, at her home, 17524
memory at 11 a.m. 'Sunday, tion, was found dead — appar-
O
.Third, at the age of 76.
Aug. 7, at Beth El Memorial ently of a heart attack—in his
Mrs. Gilbert was in her own
Park Cemetery. Rabbi Fram Washington apartment July 31.
right one of the outstanding
will officiate. Relatives and He was 70.
local women leaders. A past
friends are asked to attend.
Mr.
Perlman
was
co-chairman
* * *
president of the Detroit Section
of the Platform Committee of
The family of the late Rose the recent Democratic National
of National Council of Jewish
Wuntner announces the unveil- Convention.
Women, she was a former mem-
ing of a monument in her mem-
ber of the Michigan Prison tai
Born in Baltimore, he first
ory at 11:30 a.m. Sunday, Aug.
Commission, served as chair-
7, at Chesed shel Emes Ceme- worked as a journalist while
man of the tribute fund of
earning
his
law
degree
at
the
tery. Rabbi Gorrelick will offi-
United Services and was a
ciate. Relatives and friends are University of Maryland. He be-
member of the board of Bran-
came
city
editor
of
the
Balti-
asked to attend.
deis University Women's Com- 5
more
Evening
Sun
in
1913,
* * *
mittee.
The family of the late Bertha counting as one of his col-
She is survived by her daugh-
leagues
H.
L.
Mencken,
then
announces
the
unveil-
Aptekar
ter, Mrs. Philip Marcuse, and oa
editor
in
chief
of
the
Sunday
ing of a monument in her. mem-
two grandchildren.
ao
ory at 10:45 a.m. Sunday, Aug. Sun.
PHILIP B. PERLMAN
Funeral services were held
The following year, he was
7, at Machpelah C e m e t e r y.
Wednesday at Temple Beth El.
Rabbi Arm will officiate. Rela- made an assistant attorney gen- The Supreme Court upheld the
CG
04
tives and friends are asked to eral of the state. He became ruling of Federal District Judge J. L. Ruby, Retired
0
city
solicitor
of
Baltimore
in
David
A.
Pine
of
Washington
attend.
* * *
1923 and held the post to 1926, that the seizure was illegal.
Attorney, Dies at 77
One of his foremost court vic-
The family of the late Jacob from which time he entered
A retired Detroit attorney,
tories dealt with racial cove-
Prog announces the unveiling private practice.
In May-June, 1952, when Mr. nants in real estate. In a 6-0 Joseph L. Ruby, 17520 Santa
of a monument in his memory
at .11 a.m. Sunday, Aug. 14, at Perlman was acting attorney decision in May, 1949, the Su- Rosa, died July 31 at Sinai Hos-
Chesed shel Emes Cemetery. general as well as solicitor gen- preme Court upheld Mr. Perl- pital at the age of 77.
Born in Austria, he lived in
Rabbi Gorrelick will officiate. eral, he defended Truman's man's position, holding these
Detroit
52 years. He was a grad-
Relatives and friends are asked seizure of the steel mills to covenants were "repugnant to
of
prevent a strike. His opponent the law" and not enforceable uate of the Detroit College
to attend.
Law, a member of Pisgah Lodge
*
*
was the late John W. Davis. by the courts.
of Bnai Brith, Knights of
The family of the late Ben
Pythias, Metropolitan Lodge 55,
Bigelman announces the unveil-
F.&A.M.; local, county and state
ing of a monument in his memo-
bar associations and Cong. Beth
ry at 11 a.m., Sunday, Aug. 14,
Aaron. He leaves his wife,
at Chesed shel Emes Cemetery.
Freda.
Rabbi Goldschlag will officiate.
* * *
LOTTIE BERRIS, formerly Philip Rubinoff Dies
RAE KAMIN, 25726 Ivanhoe,
The family of the late Hyman
Philip Rubinoff, 18042 Rose-
Cherow announces the unveiling Huntington Woods, died July of Detroit, died July 26 in Los lawn, brother and concert man-
Angeles.
She
leaves
her
hus-
28.
She
leaves
three
daughters,
of a monument in his memory
ager of famed violinist Dave
at 2 p.m. Sunday, Aug. '7, at Mrs. Alfred Lakin, Mrs. Sidney band, Sol; a daughter, Ronnie; Rubinoff, died July 29 at Mayo
a
son,
Robert;
and
her
parents,
Fishman
and
Mrs.
Bernard
Chesed shel Emes Cemetery.
Clinic, Rochester, Minn., after
Relatives and friends are asked Slipakoff of Philadelphia; one Mr. and Mrs. Morris Neuman a one-month illness. He was 60.
of Los Angeles.
brother,
three
sisters
and
four
to attend.
* * *
A musician himself, Mr. Ru-
grandchildren.
* * *
CLARA EVANS, 13233 Nor- binoff was stricken. in Des
* * *
The family of the late -Max
JENNIE BERNSTEIN, 11501 folk St., died July 28. She Moines, Iowa, while arranging
Deutelbaum announces the un-
Petoskey,
died July 31. She leaves her husband, Abraham; an appearance for his brother.
veiling of a monument in his
He leaves his wife, Mildred;
memory at 1 p.m. Sunday, Aug. leaves four sons, Roy of Cali- two sons, Samuel and Sheldon
7, at Northwest Hebrew Memo- fornia, Milton, Marvin and Har- of Broomall, Pa.; twA., brothers, a son, Marshall; two daughters,
rial Park. Cantor Ackerman will old, of Detroit; one daughter, two sisters and three grandchil- Rhonda and Barbara; brothers
, .
Charles and Dave and one
officiate. Relatives and friends Mrs..Harry Brown; one brother, clre4- - . • * *
grandchild.
one *Sister, eight grandchildren
are asked to attend.
HARRY WOLFSON, 18645
and 11 great grandchildren.
* * *
Whitcomb,
died
July

29.
He
*
*
The family of the late Sarah
LEONTE PAVES, 4311 Not- leaves his wife, Florence; three
Galinsky announces the unveil-
ing of a monument in her tingham, died July 31. He leaves daughters, Ilene, Ellen and Mrs.
memory at 11 a.m. Sunday, Aug. his wife, Tauba; two sons, An- Isreal Kroll; two brothers,
7, at Chesed shel Emes Ceme- eel and Gary; one daughter, three sisters and one grand-
During the coming
tery. Rabbi Flam will officiate. Mrs. Saul Horowitz; one sister child.
week Yeshiva Beth
* * *
Relatives and friends are asked and seven grandchildren.
Yehuda will observe
BORIS RABIN, 2614 Gray,
* * *
to attend.
the Yahrzeit of the
GOLDIE WAX, died in Miami died Aug. 3. Survived by his
following departed
Aug. 1. She leaves three sons, wife, Martha; two sons, Jonny
friends, with the
Reuben of Detroit, Sam of Mi- and Arnold; and four grand-
traditional M e mo -
ami Beach and Simon of Holly- children.
rial Prayers, recita-
wood; a daughter, Mrs. Ann
tion of Kaddish and
studying of Mish-
Berry of Miami Beach; one sis- Executive of Glass
nayes.
ter, 13 grandchildren and 25
Firm, Robinson, Dies
great-grandchildren.
Civil Hebrew
* * *
MOUNT VERNON, N.Y.,
Samuel A. Robinson, vice
August AV
SADYE KAPLAN, 18627 president and general manager
(JTA) —Funeral services were
13
6
Jennie Abrams
held here Monday for Samuel Tr ace y, died July 28. She of the M. Jacobs and Sons bottle
13
6
Mania Wein
leaves
a
son,
Allan;
one
daugh-
A. Telsey, 79, past president of
13
6
Max Etiinger
jobbers at 2759 E. Grand Blvd.,
the Hebrew Sheltering and Im- ter, Mrs. Marvin Weckstein; died Monday while vacationing
13
6
M. Shechter
one
brother,
one
sister
and
five
migrant Aid Society (HIAS)
at Gaylord, Mich. He was 39.
14
7
Max Reisman
and a promi- grandchildren.
Mr. Robinson, 19702 Chey-
*
*
14
7
Albert S. Thav
nent New
JENNIE SCHIFF, 17655 Man- enne, was a member of the Na-
York City at- derson, died July 29. She tional Association of Glass
15
Minnie Harnick
torney. Telsey leaves her husband, Seymour; Container Distributors, Keidan
a
15
Dora Lupiloff
died Friday in
Lodge
of
Bnai
Brith
and
was
15
8
Joseph Engelberg
a daughter, Mrs. Rhea Ann
Port Chester, Berger; one brother, two -sis- secretary-treasurer of C o n g.
8
15
Stanley Orloff
N. Y.
15
Ben Pupko
Beth Joseph.
ters and two grandchildren.
Telsey, a
* • •
Surviving are his wife, Han-
9
16
Sam Gorenbein
senior m e m-
ELEANOR FEDER, 17603 In- nah; four daughters, Ronne,
16
9
Samuel Maltzman
ber of the law diana, died July 29. She leaves . Cher y 1, Jill and Lauri; his
Yehudah Leib
firm of Tel- her husband, David; two daugh- mother, Mrs. Eva Robinson;
9
16
Finkelstein
sey and Low- ters, Mrs. Jerome Flack and and a brother, Charles.
enthal, was a Judy; a brother and two grand
17
10
Zivel Milinsky
leader of children.
* *
HIAS for al-
11
18
Samuel Weiss
LOUIS SEMANSKY, of Tuc-
most 30 years,
Esther Bessie
serving as son, Ariz., formerly of Detroit,
Lowest Prices for Highest
12
19
Tatken
president from died Aug. 2. Interment in De-
Quality Granite and Outstanding
19
12
Tzvi Cohen
Designs
1947 to 1953. troit. Survived by his wife Net-
19
12
Leon Stracher
At the time of tie, of Tucson; a son, Saul, and
DETROIT MONUMENT
his death, he two daughters, Mrs. Leonard
Telsey
Yeshiva Beth Yehuda
WORKS
was a member of the board of Tierman and Mrs. Herman
12305 Dexter
2744 W. Davison cor. Lawton
directors of the United HIAS Krastof, all of Detroit; a sister
WE 1-0203
Service, one of whose prede- in Israel, and five grandchil-
Di 1-1175
TO 8-6923
dren.
cessor agencies was HIAS.

OBITUARIES

WE REMEMBER

1- 1rx 716a2

Samuel Telsey,
Ex-President of
HIAS, Is Dead

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