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September 15, 1961 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-09-15

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LOUIS M. MARSHALL, 3711
Webb, died Sept. 1. He leaves
his wife, Pearl; a son, Irving; a
brother, a sister and a grand-
child.

BENITA M. GITTELIVIAN,
17175 Griggs, died Sept. 7. Sur-
vived by parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Max Gittelman; a n d grand-
mother, Mrs. Sarah Einhorn.

IRVING GOUDSMIT, 19433
Snowden, died Sept. 3. He leaves
his wife, Gertrude; two Sons,
Barry and Robert; two brothers
and two sisters.
* * ,*
DORA SALLE, 11501 Petos-
key, died Sept. 2. She leaves
three sons, Louis, Joseph and
James of San Mateo, Calif.; two
daughters, Mary and Anne; two
brothers, a sister, 12 grandchil-
dren and 12 great grandchildren.
• * *
FANNY MARIENTHAL, 11
McLean, Highland Park, died
Sept. 3. She leaves a brother,
Louis; three nieces, Mrs. Ruth
Schreiber, Mrs. Rhea Landsberg
and Mrs. Leonore Rothenberg;
and two nephews, Marvin
Fleisher and Delbert Fin.
• *
MARY KROOPNICK, 15486
Prairie, died Sept. 4. She leaves
her husband, Louis; two sons,
Joseph and Saul; three brothers,
a sister and four grandchildren.
* * *
ISADORE DANKNER, 914 E.
Helen St., Tuscon, Ariz., died
Sept. 5. Survived by wife, Mary;
a son, Sol of Buffalo, N. Y.;
two brothers and three grand-
children.
* * *
ALBERT R I N
Survived
Avon, died
thur of
; a son,
by w
, N.Y.; a daughter, Mrs.
Br
(Minnie) Steinbruck, and
ive grandchildren. Burial in

Elmont, Long Island. -
• * *
di
0
s
e,
died
and
Fa
s. Max
a •augh
ger, and seven
Ros
grand

MARY GREENBAUM, 17439
Meyers, died Sept. 12. Survived
by two sons, Sy Grant and Jack;
two daughters, Mrs. Herman
Stein . and Mrs. Rueben Silver
of Cleveland Heights, Ohio; a
sister and 11 grandchildren.
*
*
HYMAN (HAROLD) FELD-
MAN, 3711 Tyler, died Sept. 11.
Survived by his wife, Edith; his
mother, Mrs. Becky Feldman; a
son, Ronald; and two brothers.

*

*

The Hebrew
Benevolent
Society

(Chesed Shel Emes)

Announces that on SUN-
DAY, SEPTEMBER 17th,
at 1:00 P.M. They will Un-
veil 52 Monuments which
they have placed on the
graves of "lonely souls"
who found their final rest-
ing place on the Hebrew
Memorial Park (Chesed
Shel Emes Cemetery).

OSCAR ADLER
HARRY ALTMAN
JOSEPH HARRY BELLIN
JACOB BERKOVITZ
JOHN BRUNER
HERBERT CAHAN
DANIEL CAROL
BERTHA CHALOF
HYMAN COHAN
SEYMOUR Z. DAMRAUER
SIMON EICHNER
SADIE ENDICOTT
SAMUEL FELDMAN
WILLIAM FINE
ALEX E. FRIESNER
HARRY GOLDSTEIN
MILDRED GREENBERG
SANFORD GREENBERG
ALEX. GREENBLATT
FANNIE GREENBLATT
SELMA GROVER
JACK HECTIN
HELEN HEINLICH
BENJAMIN JAFFEE
BENJAMIN KLEIN
SAMUEL F. KRIEGER
ARTHUR LEVY
JOSEPH MARKOWITZ
JACOB MILLER
IRWIN I. MORRIS
SELMA MORRISON
FRANK RICHMOND
ALEX ROCKMAN
FANNIE ROCKMAN
AARON H.
SCHWARTZMAN
JAMES SHARP
TILLIE SHULMAN
SAM SINGER
GEORGE SLOVAK
BERNARD STEINER
ABRAHAM A. STEINMAN
HARRY TAMBACK
JOSEPH TARLO
SARAH TEICHWER
WM. B. TEICHNER
FRIEDRICH WEISS
SAM WERTMAN
ANNE WITTE
GOLDIE WOLINSKY

THE COMMU N ITY-AT-
LA RG E, PEOPLE THAT
MAY HAVE KNOWN
THEM, AND POSSIBLE
RELATIVES, ARE ASKED
TO ATTEND THESE UN-
VEILINGS.

*

*

* *

Daniel Temchin, of 14150
Victoria, Oak Park, nationally
prominent leader in Mizrachi
and in the activities in behalf
of Bar-Ilan University, died
Monday at New Grace Hospital,
after a brief illness. He was

* *

Alexander Lamport. founder
president of Continental Metal of a Detroit wholesaling firm
which grew into a coast-to-coast
Co.
Funeral services were held business, died Sept. 10 in Mt.
Wednesday at Hebrew Memo- Kisco, N.Y., his home for many
years. He was 74.
rial Chapel.
Mr. Lamport was founder of
Surviving him are his wife,
Esther; a son, Max W.. of Coral Alexander Lamport & Brothers,
Gables, Fla.; three daughters, a textile and dry goods firm he
Mrs. Emil Spilman, Mrs. Manny started in 1912. The company
York,
Allen Sterns and Airs. Percy A. now -h
, Cleveland
Berman, of Grand Rapids; 15 ; C •
geles.
grandchildren and four great-
grandchildren.
Mr. Lampo - is survived by
Honorary pres
tlhis wife, Esther; a son, Marvin;
Mizrachi, t
ased
rtram Shep-
daug ter, Mrs.
a leade
e in
ers
s.
' herd;
circl
n the Bar-Tla
ye
efforts and the
onal A F
la
anne roit
orkers.

4 WE REMEMBER
► 1-171V 716a2

MARGARET GROTSTEIN,
19301 Archdale, died S'ept. 8.
Survived by a daughter, Mrs.
Eugene Laxer; two brothers
and three grandchildren.

*

*

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

*

CHARLES
K, 3755
Richton, d• • Sept. 10. Survived
ughters, Mrs. Rose
by two
Baggle
and Mrs. Sam Baku-
now; si grandch• •en and two
dchil
great-

TEMCIIIN

MONUMENT
ORKS

uality Granites

sonalized Designs
riced Reasonable ,
44 W. Davison cor. Lawton

ROS ROSE
Griggs, ied S
a siste Mrs. o Zis
s Angeles.
terment

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LEAH H
ton, died S
sister, Mrs.

41

7729 TWELFTH ST.
TY 6-7192

DI 1 1175

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PAULINE
Miami, Fl.,
. 3. Sh
t of D.
a son, Her

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TOSS
ied Se -. 7. le
muel; and five -da
s. Ma Wilheli
lhelm, IV
a
s.
Barney
e an
Mrs.
n
bert Lebow; 13 grandchildren
nd 27 great grandchildren.
*
LOUIS D. LAVINE, 21851
Kenosha, Oak Park, died Sept.
8. He leaves his wife, Je
two sons, Mark and E •
iii . Sam-
his parents, Mr. a •
uel Lavine.

Manual Urbach & Son

-

Robert Carnick
Pearl Gendler

Anna Goldstein
Clara Gold
Bessie Jaffin
Joseph Samuel
Abramson
Anna Mintz
Henry Schneider

Awes, Monument Co.

MEMORIALS OF DISTINCTION

Custom Designed
Premium Granites at Reasonable Prices

CLOSED SATURDAYS: OPEN SUNDAYS 10 to 5

P.M.

MONUMENTS



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LL JEWISH CEMETERIES BY

& RAISCH CO.

"Dependabl

& Responsible Since 1873"

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Jacob Rossen
Abraham Aronow
Ruth Ann Shapiro
Henry Isaac Daniels
Solomon Nucian

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Lena Sitrin
Yitzchok Mordechai
Lubetsky -
Jennie Marcus
Sylvia Unger

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Avner Wolf
Velma Lang
Bluma Levenson
Nochum Cohen
Celia Eizen
Gedalia Gufstein

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Manager
HEBREW MEMORIAL COUNSELOR

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On or about November 1st, 1961

THE IRA KAUFMAN CHAPEL

is

ers at

ove

18325 W. Nine Mile Rd. in

(approximately

field

0 feet west of North estern)

THE IRA KAUF

CHAPEL

Lazarus Kaplan Dies

A retired printing shop owner,
Lazarus W. Kaplan, formerly of
661 . Covington, died Sept. 13 at
the Cranbrook Nursing Home. He
was 72.
Mr. Kaplan operated the
Courier Press in Detroit for 40
years. He retired five years ago.
He was a member of Detroit
Lodge, F. & A.M., the Moslem
Temple, the Detroit Consistory
and Temple Beth El.
Surviving are a brother, Dr.
Robert; and two sisters, Mrs. Etta
Klein and Mrs. Lillian Cort.

8

Samuel Brenner
Bernard Elias
Chaya Rachel
Smolinsky
Sholom Smolinsky
Chana Zack
Lenke Menczer
Leopold Menczer

Ethan Allen Scholnick
Dies at the Age of 61

Ethan Allen Scholnick, mem-
ber of one of Detroit's most
prominent families, died in
Florida Sept. 6. Funeral serv-
ices were held in Pittsburgh
Sept. 8. - •
Surviving him is a daughter,
Mrs. _Barbara Monsien; three
brothers, Nathan, Morey, and
Reuben of Pittsburgh; three
sisters, Mrs. Charles Lapides,
Mrs. Alfred Meyers and Mrs.
Joseph Ostro of Cleveland, and
a grandson. He was the son
of the late Mr. and Mrs. Jacob
Scholnick. His wife passed away
- a year ago.
In the restaurant supply busi-
ness in Pittsburgh, the deceased
retired a year ago and moved
to Florida. He studied at the.
University of Michigan before
entering the armed forces in
the last war.

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Yeshiva Beth Yehuda
12305 Dexter
WE 1-0203

SAMUEL GORLICK

NATHA
Mark Twain,
leaves his wife, Yetta; a son,
Donald; two daughters, Mrs.
Monroe Molner and Mrs. Milton
Madoff of Canoga Park, Calif.

Hebrew Civil
Tishrel Sept.
7
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7
17

SOUTH - FIELD RD.

W. 8 Mi.
Road

W. 9 Mi.
Road

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OBITUARIES

A. Lamport, Founder
of Local Firm, Dies

,requaldas 'Sup

Daniel Temchin, Noted National
Mizrachi Leader, Dies at Age of 71

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