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March 24, 1961 - Image 39

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-03-24

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- (Unveiling announcements may be
inserted by mailing or by calling
The Jewish News office, VE 8-9364.
Written announcements must be ac-
companied 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 Gitel
Kanarek announces the unveil-
ing of a monument in her me-
mory at 1 p.m. Sunday, March
26, at Beth Abraham Cemetery.
Rabbi Israel Halpern will offi-
ciate. Relatives and friends are
asked to attend.

AJC Labels Demands
for Parochial Support
a 'Serious Assault'

Leo Pfeffer, American Jewish
Congress spokesman, told a na-
tionwide TV audience that the
Catholic demand for Federal
funds to support parochial
schools represented "the most
serious assault upon the wall of
separation between church and
state in the history of our na-
tion."
Pfeffer said that success of the
Catholic bid "might well mark
the beginning of the end of our
public school system. It most
certainly would mark the begin-
ning of the end of the American
principle of religious liberty and
the separation of church and
state 23 we have known it in
our country."

The Family of the Late

JEAN SHIRLEY
COHEN

Announces the unveil-
ing of a monument in
her memory at 12:30
p.m. Sunday, March 26,
at Machpelah Ceme-
tery. Rabbi Jacob Segal
will officiate. Relatives
and friends are asked
to attend.

The Family of the Late

SAM DUNSKY

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

SARA KAPLAN

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

FAN N I E KATZ

Acknowledges with
grateful appreciation
the many kind expres-
sions of sympathy ex-
tended by relatives and
friends during the fam-
ily's recent bereave•
went.

Sidney Czeizler Is
Alex Belkin Dies;
Second Scrap Dealer Active in Many
to Be Slain in Holdup Local Movements
Sidney Czeizler Tuesday be-

came the second scrap iron
dealer to be shot to death in a
holdup within four months.
The 36-year-old father of three
was found dead in a storeroom
of his Industrial Scrap Iron Co.,
9040 W. Jefferson. His secretary,
Mrs. Bella Kapp, 39, was crit-
ically wounded with four bullet
wounds.
The victims were discovered
by the scrap yard foreman, Ed-
ward Kamienny, 42, of 21931
Whitmore, Oak Park.
The crime closely parallels the
gun slaying of scrap dealer Abra-
ham Siegel, 70, and his secretary,
Airs. Dolores Pfetzing, 30, in a
Nov. 15 holdup.
Czeizler, 377 Kendry, Bloom-
field Township,. leaves his wife,
Gladys; two daughters, Shelly.
and Deborah; a son, Stephen;
his mother, Mrs. Mae Czeizler;
and a brOther, David.

Ben Berke, Leader
in Community, Dies

A leader in the Jewish com-
munity and owner of the Berke's
Boot Shop on Washington Blvd.,
Ben B. Berke, 8900 E. Jefferson,
died March 21. He was 79.
Mr. Berke was one of the
founders of Brandeis University,
a member of Pisgah Lodge of
Bnai Brith, Temple Beth El, the
Dynamic Club and was a major
contributor to the Crows and Ra-
vens Boys Home of Boston.
Born in New York and a De-
troit resident for more than 50
years, he had operated his shop
at the same location for 44 years.
Surviving are a niece, Mrs.
Robert R. Luby; and two cousins,
Seymour Goldman and Gershon
Silver of New York.

Roofing Co. Owner
Harold Schreiber Dies

Harold G. Schreiber, owner of
the Schreiber Roofing Co., died
March 19 at the age of 46.
Air. Schreiber, 19360 Renfrew,
was past president of the Na-
tional Roofing Association. He
was a member of Craftsman
Lodge, F.&A.M.; the Shrine, De-
troit Consistory, Standard City
Club, Franklin Hills Country
Club and Temple Beth El.
Surviving are his wife, Grace;
a son, Mark; two daughters, Con-
nie and Nancy; a brother,
Irving; and three sisters, Mrs.
Morris. (Marion) Baron of Pine
Lake, MrS. Morris (Gertrude)
Schatz and Mrs. Maurice (Lu-
cille) Gaylord of Los Angeles.

OBITUARIES

JACOB SHURGIN, 2750 Elm-
Alex Belkin, 12860 Burton, Oak hurst, is survived by his wife,
Park, for many years prominent Ann; a son, Morris; three daugh-
in important local movements, ters, Mrs. Louis Greenban, Mrs.
died Monday after a brief illness. Joseph Shefman and Mrs. Na-
were
held
. . . .
Funeral services v
than Widre; two brothers and
at Kaufman Chapel Wednesday three sisters of New York; ten
morning.
" ' --!!!!!!:K74 grandchildren and 14 great grand-
S ury iv ing
children.
him are his
* * *
wif e, Norma;
LENA MARCUS of New York
a son, Jack W.;
City leaves a son, Dr. Ernest;
two daughters.
!three brothers, Ralph, Gabriel
Mrs. Edward
and Emanuel Marcus; a sister,
Gluklick and
tAirs. Sophie Holzman; and two
Mrs. M. Chom-
I grandchildren.
sky; a brother,
* * *
Sam; three sis-
I
JACK
SKLAR,
20291 Lahser,
Abe Belkin
ters, Mesdames
Reuben Schwartz, Joe Applebaum I died March 20. Survived by
and Boris Ginsberg, and eight I his wife, Rita; a son, Allan; a
daughter, Iris; his mother, Mrs.
grandchildren.
The deceased was for many Rose Sklarchyk; two brothers,
years active in the Labor Zion- Fred Sklarchyk a n d Harry
ist Movement. He was among Sklar.
* *
the noted leaders in the Odessa
DWORA UPFAL, 25060
Progressive Aid Society, was a
member of Pisgah Lodge of Pierce, Southfield, died March
Bnai Brith and was active in 20. Survived by a daughter, Mrs.
Allied Jewish Campaign and Charles Upfal; and three grand-
Jewish Welfare Federation children.
* * *
agencies' causes. He was a mem-
IDA
LIFSHITZ,
19724 Fen-
ber of Congregation Bnai David.
more, died March 15. Survived
by a son, Nathan Lipson; three
daughters, Mrs. Louis Hyman of
Chicago, Mrs. Irving Citron and
.Airs. Alex Hoffman; one brother
In loving memory of Lillian and seven grandchildren.
* 'S *
Stern who passed away March
31, 1958. Sadly missed and al-
ROSE GLNIES, 3265 W. Bos-
ways remembered by her hus- ton, died March 16. Survived by
band, Irving; and daughters, two daughters, Mrs. Samuel
Sandra Levethan, Estelle and Tanenhouse and Mrs. Gerald
Gail.
Phillips; four brothers; one sist
* * *
and five grandchildren.
In loving memory of our
* * *
dear daughter and sister, Molly
ERNEST
DENEN
Gurovsky, who left us on March
22, 1951. Sadly missed by the 20427 Schaefer, died Ma
Survived by wife, Yetta,
entire family.
_stein); five daughters, A
Mrs. Albert (Helen) R
Daniel Karo Dies at 62 Mrs. Pearl Yabrove, Mrs.
Daniel Karo, one of the orig- 1(Edith) Backalar and Mrs.
inal members of the Motion ald (Sonia) Katz; a sister, Pe
Picture Operators Union in De- Denenfeld; and eight grandchil-
troit, died March 21 at the dren.
* * *
age of 62.
Mr. Karo, 16620 Coyle, was
GERTRUDE BORIN, 19511
a motion picture projectionist Prest, died March 17. Survived-by
at the old Broadway Capitol her husband, Sam; three daugh-
Theater for 40 years. He was a ters, Mrs. Sol (Frances) Myers,
member of Bnai Brith. Surviv- Mrs. Joseph (Elsie) Deutch and
ing are his wife, Minnie; a Mrs. Norman (Beverly) Gold-
son, Samuel; and a daughter, man; a . brother, Ben Treisman:
Gertrude.
a sister, Mrs. Ben Schruab; and
six grandchildr

In Memoriam

MEMORIALS

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EMORIALS

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DIRECTORS OF FUNERA

The best verse hasn't been
rhymed yet,
The best house hasn't
been planned,
The highest peak has not
been climbed yet,
The mightiest rivers
aren't spanned;
Don't worry and fret,

begun,

During the coming
week Yeshiva Beth
Yehuda will observe
the Yahrzeit of the
following deported
friends, with the
traditional M e mo -
rial Prayers, recita-
tion of Kaddish and
studying of Mish-
noyes.

David Arfa Dies at 60

SHER, 1930
An employe of the Wayne
artwell, died larch 17. Sur-
County Register of Deeds
vived by three sons, Dr. W. K.
18 years, David W. Arfa,
Usher, Dr. Morris Usher and
15110 Miller, Oak Pa
Davi 2hter, Airs. Reva
March 19.
Mrs. Anna Arni-
fe, Ida Gee
Surviving are his
e en one
brother, to
(Fox); a son, Jack;
-
hild
Carl; two sisters, Mrs. William c'
Attorney Max Smitt Dies
(Fannie) Adelson and A . Irv-
Max Smitt, 69, of 29182 Lich- ing (Gertrude) Stern; an
field, well known attorney, died grandchildren.
last Friday.
A World War I veteran, he Poet Mordechai Jaffe Dies
was affiliated with and active
NEW YORK, (JTA)—Morde-
in the Jewish Center, Temple chai Jaffe, - a prominent Hebrew-
Beth El, Ashlar Lodge F&AM, Yiddish . poet, essayist and trans-
Scottish Rite, Standard and lator, die 18 at the
Franklin Hills Clubs. He was a age o
member of the Detroit, Michi- cam
y prior to the
in the Jewish
gan and American Bar Associa- Se.
rd War.
tradition by
tions.
948 he publisher a two-
Surviving him are his wife,
me anthology of Hebrew
Margaret; a son, Richard E.;
y since the Middle Ages: An
daughter, Mrs. Harry J
• in • • entitl
Frank Jr., and a sister
Harry S. Warren.

As long as the worl lasts,
ess
all who want to make p
in righteousness will com
Israel for inspiration, as th
people who have the sense for
righteousness most glowing
and strongest.
—Matthew Arnold.

LOUIS LEON LIEBERS,
21951 Fern, Oak Park,. died
March 17. Survived by his wife,
Fay (Levy); a son, Steven Jay;
a daughter, Vivian; two brothers,
Dr. Jack of Calif. and Harry;
and a sister, Mrs. Fannie Barson
of Chicago.
* * *
T I L L I E MAUTNER, 7016
Thatcher, died March 19. Sur-
vived by her husband Samuel;
four daughters, Mary, Mrs. Morton
(Sara) Garelik, Mrs. Saul (Paul-
ine) Bloom and Mrs. Emeline
Sampson; two sisters, Mrs. Jean
Zetkin of N.Y. and Mrs. Pauline
Kronberg of Baltimore; and
eight grandchildren.
* * *
SOL TOLCHINSKY, 1 2 2 3 7
Linwood, died March 19. Sur-
vived by his father, Harry; two
brothers, Max and Louis Tolle;
two sisters, Mrs. Sophie Nyman
of Toronto and Mrs. Ethel
Hartsman of Toronto.
* * *
ROBERT J. BENNETT, 2240
Ayrshire, Ann Arbor, died March
18. He leaves his wife, Sadie
Beth Klein, formerly of Detroit.

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