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September 30, 1960 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-09-30

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Monument Unveilings

Mrs. Sam Freed, Windsor, Ont.
and Mr. Hyman Mervis announce
the unveilings of monuments in
memory of their parents Israel
and Sarah Mervis at 3:30 p.m.
(new time) Sunday, Oct. 2, at
Hebrew Memorial Park Ceme-
tery, 14 Mile Rd. and Gratiot.
* * *
The family of the late Ger- Rabbi Samuel Stollman will of-
trude Holinstat announces the ficiate. Relatives and friends
unveiling of a monument in her are_ asked to attend.
memory at noon Sunday, Oct. 2,
at Clover Hill Park Cemetery.
Rabbi Adler will officiate. Rela-
tives and friends are asked to
attend.
In loving memory of Lena
* * *
Sitrin, dearly beloved daughter
The family of the late Henry and sister, who passed away 11
Asher announces the unveiling years ago, 12 days in Tishri,
of a monument in his memory and left a deep wound in our
at 2 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 9, at hearts which will never heal.
Machpelah Cemetery. Rabbi We miss you terribly. - -
Wine will officiate. Relatives
Mother Sarah
and friends are _asked to attend.
Brothers Leon and Milton
And the entire family

(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.)

Ellis H. Warren,
Flint Leader,
Dies at Age 66

Ellis H. Warren, of 915 E.
Court St., Flint, died Sept. 17
at the age of 66.
Surviving him are his wife,
Jennie; son, Milton; daughter,
Mrs. Charles L. Dodge.
General manager and secre-
tary-treasurer of the Standard
Cotton Products Co. in Flint,
Mr. Warren was one of the lead-
ing personalities in his city
where he was the founder of
Temple Beth El.
He was born in Laurium,
Mich. His father, the late Jacob
Warren, who brought his family
to Detroit when Ellis was 13,
was a leader in the orthodox
community and the founder of
Congregation Beth-Tefilo Eman-
uel here.
, The late Ellis Warren was ac-
tive in the United Jewish Ap-
peal drives, Flint Community
Chest, Bnai Brith, Flint Jewish
In cherished memory. of Jack Community Council, the relig-
Finkelstein, dear husband and ious life of the community and
father who left us on Oct. 6,' in a score of civic and charitable
1956. Always in our hearts. He movements. In 1958 he estab-
is sadly missed by his wife, lished the Mr. and Mrs. Ellis H.
Lillian; son, Sanford; daughter, Warren Scholarship at Brandeis
Anita, and grandchildren.
University. He aided education-
al projects at Flint Junior Col-
CARD OF THANKS
lege and contributed $25,000 for
The family of the late Philip college and cultural development.
Non-Jewish leaders j o i n e d
H. Trubow acknowledges with
grateful appreciation the many with their Jewish fellow citizens
kind expressions of sympathy in Flint in paying tribute to the
extended by relatives and deceased, and the Flint Journal
friends during the family's re- devoted a leading editorial in
tribute to his memory.
cent bereavement.

In Memoriam

The Family of the Late

MEYER LEVIN

Announces the unveil-
ing of a monument in
his memory at 3 p.m.
Sunday, Oct. 2, at
Ches e d shel Emes
Cemetery. Rabbi Leo
Goldman will officiate.
Relatives and friends
are asked to attend.

The Family of the Late

HARRY
GOLDENBERG

Acknowledges with
grateful appreciation
the many kind expres-
sions of sympathy ex-
tended by relatives and
friends during the fam-
ily's r e cent bereave-
ment.

Louis Lightstone,
Children and Family
are planting trees
in the

ROSE
MALDAVER
LIGHTSTONE
FOREST

in Israel in observance
of the Yahrzeit of
Beloved Rose Maldaver
Lightstone. Should you
wish to plant trees in
the forest, contact the
Ladies Auxiliary of the
Jewish National Fund
on Wyoming.

IN MEMORIAM
The Hannah Schloss
Old Timers
mourns the passing of
one of its distinguished
members

JAM IN
MARGOLIN

We pay tribute to his
iend-
I , . or for his
good
ed
a
ur he
0
pathies
golin
.entire
they be
family.
in their hour

sorrow.

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

Jewish Poet, Shmuel
Halkin, Dies in Russia

TEL AVIV, (JTA)—Shmuel
Halkin, well known Yiddish
author, poet and playright liv-
ing in the Soviet Union, died
there last week, and impressive
funeral services were held for
him in Moscow last Friday, the
second day of Rosh Hashanah.
He was 61.
The services were held at
M o s c o w' s "Writer House."
Among the wreaths placed on
the coffin was one from the
Israel mission in Moscow and
another inscribed in Yiddish
from "the Yiddish Writers."
Halkin was born in Minsk.

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In Loving Memory of

CLARA GOLD

Beloved daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Kurland;
beloved wife of Sam,
mother of Stephen and
Beverly and Perry; be-
loved sister of Hyman
Weiner, Merle Leser-
man and Pauline Seif-
erheld.

The Family of the Late

BERNICE IMBER

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, with sp ec i al
thanks to Rabbi Adler
and Rabbi Groner.

Ira Kaufman

DIRECTORS OF FUNERALS

9419

OBITUARIES

E T H E L FELDMAN, 24261
Moritz, Oak Park, leaves three
daughters, Mrs. Abe Nash, Mrs.
Harry Pripstein of Jenkintown,
Pa., and Mrs. George DeWitt of
New York; one sister, five
grandchildren and two great
grandchildren.
* * *
GETRGE I. CANTOR, 31260
E. Rutland, Birmingham, leaves
his wife, Ellen; a daughter,
Lorre; his mother, Mrs. Lena
Steinbrecher; and a sister, Mrs.
David Ehrenreich.

JACOB STOFFER, Miami, Fla.,
died Sept. 21. Survived by three
sons, William, David and Irving;
four daughters, Mrs. Irving Ro-
senthal, Rose Stoffer, Mrs. Morris
Bernstein and Mrs. Nathan Cole-
man; two brothers; one sister; 13
grandchildren and five great
grandchildren.
* * *
BERTOLAN SCHWARTZ, 8082
Vanderbilt, died Sept. 24.
* *
RIVA ABRAMOVITZ, . 11501
Petoskey, died Sept. 25. Survived
by two nephews, Aaron Karp of
Haifa, Israel and Benjamin Carp.
* * *
I HARRY KURS C H, 18610
Monte Vista, died Sept. 26. Sur-
vived by wife, Sarah; two sons, •
Sam and Carl of Patterson, N.J.;
one sister and one grandchild.

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SIDNEY RABKIN, 681 Mer-
ton, died Sept. 27. He leaves
his wife, Mollie; two daughters,
5
Mrs. Seymour Bluestein and
Mrs..Milton Fields of Flint; one
brother, three sisters and two
grandchildren.
* * *
cfl
CAESAR CHODEN, 17145 Harry C. Pernick, Local cz.
Wisconsin, died Sept. 28. He Druggist, Dies at 53
leaves his wife, Fanny; a son,
A druggist in Detroit for 28
Bernard; a daughter, Mrs. Fred
Smith of Tucson, Ariz.; one years, Harry C. Pernick, 24341
Berkley, Oak Park, died Sept.
brother and one grandchild.
24 in Brent Hospital at the age
* * *
of 53.
ABRAHAM LIPSHITZ, 1975
He operated Pernick's Phar-
Tuxedo, died Sept. 24. He
leaves his wife, Dora; two sons, macy on Dexter Blvd.
Mr. Pernick was a graduate
Aaron Lane and Fred Rice; a
daughter, Mrs. Morris Golden; of the Detroit Institute of Tech- .
one brother, one sister, nine nology, a m e m.b e r and past
grandchildren and two great- president of the Aesculapians,
honorary pharmacy fraternity,
grandchildren.
• * *
the Detroit Re tail Druggists
MAURICE (MACY) CODEN, Association and the Michigan
21901 Gardner, Oak Park, died State Pharmaceutical Associa-
Sept. 20. He leaves his wife, tion. He also belonged to Bnai
S - m Lachman Dies
Evelyn;
two sons, Stephen and Brith and the Temple Israel
A native Detroiter and
Arnold;
his parents, Mr. and Men's Club.
j e w e 1r y firm representative,
Surviving Mr. Pernick are his
Mrs.
Jacob
Cohen; and one
Sam Lachman died Sept. 20 at
wife, Augusta; a son, Lt. Stuart
brother,
Theodore
Coden.
St. Petersburg Beach, Fla. He
* * *
W., an Army dentist; a daugh-
was 67.
ter, Mrs. Milton Spencer; two
BESSIE
B
ERMA
N,
3145
Mr. Lachman was a member
brothers and two grandchildren.
C
o
o
l
i
d
g
e
,
Los
Angeles,
died
of Zager Lodge, Bnai Brith. He
Sept.
21.
She
leaves
a
son,
Her-
is survived by his wife, Esther;
two daughters, Mrs. Duane schel of New York City; a
Bernstein and Mrs. Manuel daughter, Mrs. Herbert Holtz-
Gray; four s is t e r s and four man; one s is t e r, Mrs. Louis
grandchildren. Interment Bernstein of Dayton. Interment
Detroit.
Detroit.
* * *
During the coming
week Yeshiva Beth
ALFRED M. WOLENBURGH,
Yehuda will observe
Pacernick, Retired Scrap
4615 Livernois, died Sept. 21.
the Yahrzeit of the
Metal Businessman, Dead He leaves a son, Merton; and
following departed
A retired scrap metal busi- five sisters, Florence and
friend s, with the
nessman, Harry Pacernick died Carolyn Wolenburgh, Mrs. Sid-
traditional M e mo
Sept. 22 in Flint at the age of ney Newman, Mrs. Maur i c e
rial Prayers, recita-
79.
Smilay and Mrs. S i d n e y A.
tion of Kaddish and
Born in Russia, he had lived Stiebel.
studying of Mish-
in Detroit for nearly 50 years
* * *
nayes.
DINAH ROSENBAUM, 980
until his retirement 15 years
ebrew Civil
ago when he moved to. Flint.
Whitmore Rd., died Sept. 21.
I Oct.
Surviving Mr. Pacernick are She leaves two sons, Meyer and
Sholom Smolinsky
his wife, Clara; a daughter, Mrs. Harry; two daughters,
Chaya
Rachel
Bessie Ring; four sons, Joseph, Joseph Schwartz an
.•aker
Charl
Reuben, David and Edward; George Winer of New
Ann . iebergott
rris Bogel
s e v en grandchildren and one one sister, Mrs. Rebec
of Providence, R.I.;
grandchild.
grandchildren.
• * *
Louis N. Kroker Dead
BERTHA FINK
A jewelry salesman and De-
troit resident for 40 years, Louis 18301 Prairie, died
2
2
N. Kroker, 21681 Stratford, Oak Survived by husband,
2
three
daughters,
Mrs.
Joseph
ronow
A
Park, died Sept. 21. He was 56.
2
Jacob Rossen
He is survived by his wife, Gould, Mrs. Harold Taback and
Mrs.
Irving
Krugel
of
Miami
3
12
Jennie Marcus
Sylvia; a son, Alan; a brother,
3
12
Lena Sitrin
Jack; and a sister, Mrs. Goldie Beach, Fla.; one sister, and five
grandchildren.
13
4
Sylvia Unger
Einhorn.
* * *
4
13
Nochum Cohen
4
13
Avner Wolf
IZZY NASBERG, 3345 Rich-
4
13
Bluma
Levenson
Russia, Holland Grant ton,
urvived by
13
4
Velma Lang
4
13
Celia. Eizen
Huge Credits to Nasser
essie; two daughters, Mrs.
4
13
Gedlaia Gufstein
LONDON, (JTA) — A report
ward Kroll- of each,
5
14
A. Wider
from Damascus published her Calif„ Mrs.
5
14
Joseph Hootner
said that about $71,000,000 wo
London,
5 '
14
Jennie Wasserman
5
14
Gussie Willis
of contracts had been rec
y fo
ab
concluded by the United
6
15
Samuel Ripp
ion.
6 .
15
Republic with the Soviet
Morris Kowal
6
-
15
Leah
Schneider
It was reported from the ague
6
15
Kablin Kohen
ich
that a credit agreement
7
16
Max Zelickson
would enable the United
r Highest
7 .
16
Low
Sam Fink
Republic to order factory equi
and outstanding
7
16
Dora Rosen
7
Designs
16
Morris Goldman
ment, aircraft, ships and other
7 '
Halcum Goldenberg
16
capital goods worth up to 50,-
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