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September 09, 1960 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-09-09

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NEW YORK, (JTA)—Samuel
D. Gershovitz, 53, executive
vice-president of the National
Jewish Welfare Board. died in
New Rochelle,
N.Y. He had
been executive
vice - presi-
dent of the
JWB since
1947.
Gershovitz
joined the
JWB In 1939
as field direc-
tor of its Mid-
West section.
He served as
executive di-
rector of Jew-
ish Communi-
ty Centers in
Chicago from
1944 to 1947
Gershovitz returning to
the JWB in 1947.
He was a member of the
board of the National Council
of the Boy Scouts of America
and also a member of the gov-
ernors board of the American
Jewish Historical Society. In
1952 he won the Sam Beber
Award of the Bnai Brith Youth
Organization for his long career
of service to young people.

CARD OF THANKS
The family of the late Anna
Balamut acknowledges with
grateful appreciation the many
kind expressions of sympathy
extended by relatives and
friends during the family's
recent bereavement.

OBITUARIES

JOE WEISBERG, 13541 Dex-
ter, died Sept. 6. Survived by
wife Betty; two sons, Dr. Jack
and Dr. Harry; a daughter, Mrs.
William H. Brown; a brother,
six grandchildren and three
great grandchildren.
* * *
ROSE ROCKLIN, 11501 Pe-
toskey, died Sept. 6. Survived
by a son, Joseph; four daugh-
ters, Mrs. Shirley Seel, Mrs.
Jean Lebowitz, Mrs. Herbert
Hymen and Mrs. Seymour
Knapp of Miami Beach; a
brother and 11 grandchildren.
• * *
LOUIS SHWARTZ, 11605 Eu-
clid, Cleveland, Ohio, died Sept.
4. Interment Detroit. Survived
by two cousins, Dr. Simon Har-
rison and Mrs. Fred Burnstein.

*

*

JACOB ZIMBERG, 13725 Dex-
ter, died Sept. 4. Survived by
wife, Mamie; two daughters,
Mrs. Morris Buchziger and Mrs.
Walter Gordon; and nine grand-
children.
* * *
GERTRUD LIPPMANN,
14631 Cruse, died Sept. 5. Sur-
vived by husband, Georg; a
son, Martin; a brother, Georg
Lattke of Germany; and three
grandchildren.
* * *
BETTY STURMAN, 13311
Vernon, Huntington Woods, died
Sept. 3. She leaves her husband,
Dr. Louis Sturman; one son, Mi-
chael; a daughter, Phyllis; two
brothers and two sisters.

ITlemorial
Service

ON SUNDAY MORNING
SEPT. 18, AT 11 A.M.

BETH YEHUDAH
SCHOO

Will Conduct a
Dedicate PI

Sarah Av uc
Minni
ars
Ma
lin r
er B rns
rah F ntich
orris Goldman
Anna Gol
oah Leib
Benjamin
Pincus Hendl
Gordon Hoot
Jolan lsa
Alter Katc er
Max Kogen
Wolf Lakritz
Leah Lakritz
Isaac Levi
el
Louis enenberg
Sonia Menenberg
Benjamin Miller
Joseph Miller

Dr. Jacob L. Cohen,

ice, an
in Memor f

Harry Morrison
Leah Morrison
Samuel Lowenbraun
Ben Nosanchuk
mna
Nat
hter
gal
Semansk
Lf
ing Sper
rg
Doris Ster
sman
Moe A.
echner
Samue
Es er Thav
arles Usher
ena Waldman
Ida Wasserman
Julius Wasserman
Jennie Wasserman
Mollie Weingarden
Anna Weisberg
. Solomon Wnuk
Samuel Yoffee

Relatives and Friends Are Invited to
Attend the Service and Dedication
At Mogan Abraham... 12305 Dext

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ALTER K A T C H E R, 3350
Cortland, died Sept. 3. Survived
by three sons, Yitzchock of
Jerusalem, Israel; Bernard and
Seymour; two daughters, Mrs.
Morris Appelblatt and Mrs.
Harry Belsky; 20 grandchildren;
and 22 great grandchildren.
* * *
BEN REPITOR, 2994 Sturte-
vant, died Sept. 2. Survived by
wife, Sarah; two daughters,
Mrs. Hyman Zimberg and Mrs.
Saul Rott; 11 grandchildren;
and 10 great grandchildren.
* * *
BRANDLA WEBER, 11501
Petoskey, died Sept. 2. Survived
by husband, Abraham N.; a
son, Simon of Brooklyn; two
daughters, Mrs. Yehudis Edel-
man of Uruguay and Mrs.
Philip Beck; a sister, Mrs.
Blum Beanstock of Brooklyn;
eight grandchildren; and four
great grandchildren.
* * *
SIDNEY Z N E I M E R, 3809
Mason, Omaha, Neb., formerly
of Detroit, died Aug. 27. He
leaves his wife, Gertrude; two
daughters, Mrs. Sandra Ask and
Mrs. Richard Bishop, both of
Omaha; a sister, Mrs. Ben-
jamin Miskin of Huntington
Woods; and two grandsons.
* * *
HARRY SPRINGEL, Bennett
Apartments, Camac and Lindley
Ave., Philadelphia, died sudden-
ly Tuesday. Interment was in
Philadelphia. Survived by his
wife, Lena; son, Joe of Detroit,
and a grandson.
* * *
DORA LEIBOVITZ, 11501 Pe-
toskey, died Sept. 1. She leaves
three sons, Nathan, Harry and
Theodore Mandell; three sisters
and eight grandchildren.
* * *
DORA ROSS, 23420 Coolidge,
Oak Park, died Sept. 9. She
leaves her husband, Morris; two
sons, Perry and Alexander o
Westfield, N. J.; a daug
Mrs. Louis Folberg of St.
Ill., and a sister.
* * *
ROSE GROSSMAN,
0 Fre
erick, died Sept. 3.
e leave
two sons, Sidney M
and Be
s Angele
nard Grossman of
avid -B1
a daughter, Mrs.
of Metuchen, New
sey;
e
dren.
brothers and three
* * *
EVA REIDER, 18944 Hart-
well, died Sept. 5. She leaves
her husband, Hyman; two daugh-
ters, Mrs. Earl Weingarden and
Mrs. Irwin Goren; a brother, four
sisters and four grandchildren.
* * *
JACOB SACHS, 746 Coiling-
wood, died Sept. 3. He leaves his
wife, Sadie: two sons, Murry L.
and Kenneth; a sister and four
grandchildren. Interment Chi-
cago,
* * *
BERNARD H. FRUTKIN,
24651 Maryland, Southfield, died
Sept. 5. He leaves his wife,
Sophia; two daughters, Mrs. Shel-
don Freedman and Mrs. Saul
Schop of Downsview, Ont.; a
brother, a sister and seven grand-
children.
* * *
FRED SMITH, 2911 Monterey,
died Sept. 5. He leaves his wife,
June; two brothers, Max and
Saul; and two sisters, Mrs. Jo-
seph Steinberg and Mrs. Chester
Fuller of Pittsburgh, Pa.
* * *
ELSIE SWITZER, 15821 Ken-
tucky, died Sept. 3• She leaves
her
Mrs. Anna Switzer;
rothers,
n and Ben of
Memphis, Tenn.;
a sister,
Mrs. Irving Gru

Dermatologist, Dies

DAVID L. SPICKLER, 13205
N. Norfolk, died Sept. 7. He
-leaves his wife, Sylvia; three
sons, Dr. Lawrence, Milton and
Philip C.; two daughters, Mrs.
Irving A. Rubin and Mrs. Mil-
ton Slatkin; and 11 grandchil-
dren.

Bernice Imber Killed
in Ontario Auto Mishap

Miss Bernice Imber, 20510
Lauder, a Wayne State Univer-
sity student, died Sept. 5, as a
result of injuries sustained in an
automobile accident, in London,
Ontario.
Funeral services were held
Wednesday at Kaufman Chapel.
She leaves her parents, Mx. and
Mrs. Philip Imber; three broth-
ers, Dr. Marvin, Fred and Shel-
don; and two sisters, Mrs. Rich-
ard Wilber of Saginaw, and Mrs.
Louis Weinberg.

Was Noted Attorney

Judge Robert S. Marx died in
his summer home in Charlevoix
Tuesday.
A prominent attorney, he be-
came nationally known when he
won a $35,000,000 suit against
stockholders of Detroit banks
during the depression in the
early 1930s. He was counsel for
receivers of two closed Detroit
banks.
A World War I veteran, he
was a founder and first national
commander of - Disabled Ameri-
can Veterans.
He was elected for a six-year
term as Cincinnati Superior Court
Judge in 1919.

MONUMENTS

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Manual Urbach & Son

7729 TWELFTH ST.

TY 6-7192

WE REMEMBER

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Honor Dead at Services

During the coming'
week Yeshiva Beth
Yehuda will observe
the Yahrzeit of the
following departed
friends, with the
traditional M
el
I s-
and
h-

The annual Yizkor service of
Bereznitzer Aid Society, in
tion of the Bereznitz
'11 be held at 6:30
, at Cong. Beth
5 W. Seven Mile.
binowitz will
s and landsleit
end.

civil_
ept.

10
10

Harry
Isaac

Fanni
Harry
asser
Mrs.
instein
Moses Liebergott

MEMORI

in the Jewish
tradition by

KARL BERG
MEMORIALS

3201 JOY RD.

Next to Nye Holbrow Benerrolont Society

CLOSED SATURDAYS
and JEWISH HOLIDAYS

'us Kozioff

20
20

12
12

Mr. Louis Koppel
Joseph Saxer

21
21

13-
13

Rose Iwrey
Israel Mayrock
Philip Forman
Esther Cohn

22
22
22
22

14
14 -
14
14

Leah Morrison
Jacob Feffer
Jacob Soberman
Rebecca Davis
Freedman

23
23
23

13
15
15

23

15

Bessie Krause
Regina Rubinstein

24
24

16
16

OPEN SUNDAYS

Yeshiva Beth Yehuda

TYler 6-0196

12305 Dexter
WE 1-0203

MONUMENTS

FOR ALL JEWIc

If death should occur away
from home, just phone us and
we -will make all arrangements
for transfer to Detroit.

„..ks ‘

9419 Dexter

IN MEMORIAM

In _loving memory of our
dearly beloved father and
grandfather Harry Mitz who
passed aw. Se t. 16,
5 18
days in
for-
gotten t
is
and
Judge Robert S. Marx Dies; grandchi dry •

Ira Kau

DIRECTORS OF FUNERA

A dermatologist and vice
president of Cong. Shaarey Sho-
mayim, Dr. Jacob L. Cohen died
Friday in his home at 952 Vic-
toria, Windsor. He was 59.
Born in London, England, he
was graduated from the Uni-
versity of Toronto in 1923. was
a member of the Royal College
of Physicians. the Essex County
Medical Society, the American
Society of Dermatology and Phi
Lambda Kappa professional
fraternity.
Dr. Cohen was a staff mem-
ber of Hotel Dieu Hospital. He
was also a member of Cong.
Shaarey Zedek and Mosaic
Lodge No. 530, F. & A. M.
Surviving are his wife, Fan-
nye; two sons, Dr. Alan D., an
Air Force captain, and Dr. Carl
J.; and three sisters.







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31 - THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, Se ptember 9, 1960

Samuel Gershovitz,
J.W.B. Leader, Dead

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