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October 20, 1961 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-10-20

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Monument

Agudas Israel Leader
Harry Goodman Dies

German Refugee Dies at 90
ew
Isidor Kiefer
manufactur ,
York ma
the U. S. as a refu-
who
rom Worms, Germany, in
5, died Monday at the age of
SARAH SALICOFF, 1150
0. He d d rebuild he
Petoskey, died Oct. 12. S
ose
Worms
vived by three sons, Myro
by a
ancient
of Flint, V,harles and Nat 'n; non-J
three daughters, Mrs. J es a hi
or
(Faye) Cohen of Texas, rs. gogu
Jack (Sylvia) Pewhikoff nd
Mrs. Morris (Bernice) D
stein; a sister, 15 grandchi
dren and 26 great grandchil-
dren.
* • *
MARGARETE TUCH, 3361
Monterey, died Oct. 11. Sur-
During the coming
vived by a sister-in-law, Mrs.
week Yeshiva Beth
Erna Rosenthal; a nephew and
Yehuda will observe
a niece.
the Yahrzeit of the
* * *
following departed
IDA MINKOW, 19324 Stans-
friends, with the
bury, died Oct. 18. Survived by
traditional M e mo -
husband, Jacob; a son, Philip; a
rial Prayers, recita-
daughter, Mrs. Edward Hoffman;
tion of Kaddish and
se d six
studying of Mish-
nayes.
grandchi

OBITUARIES

LONDON, (JTA)—The Agu-
das Israel European executive
announced the death of Harry
ANNA RASKIN, 23426 Rens-
Goodman, its chairman, at 62.
selaer, Oak Park, died Oct. 15.
(Unveiling announcements may
Goodman
had
also
been
vice-
be inserted by mailing or by call-
Survived by two sons, "Dr. Henry
ing The Jewish News office, VE
president of the Agudas Israel
Raskin and Dr. Jack Raskin of
8-9364. Written announcements
World
Organization,
senior
vice-
must be accompanied by the
Vallejo, Calif.; four daughters,
name and address of the person
president of the Union of Mrs. Bessie Cohen, Mrs. Frank
making the insertion. There is a
Hebrew
Orthodox
Congregations,
standing charge of $3.00 for an un-
(Thelma) Blumenfield, Mrs. Jos-
veiling notice, measuring an inch
editor of the Jewish Post, organ eph (Minnie) Singer and Mrs.
in depth.)
of the ultra-Orthodox group here, Harry (Esther) Delidow of
The family of the late Ber- and a member of the Board of Vallejo, Calif.; three brothers,
nard A. Pearl announces the Deputies of British Jews and of a sister, 12 grandchildren and
three great grandchildren.
unveiling of a monument in his the Anglo-Jewish Association.
* * *
memory 1 p.m. Sunday, Oct.
ESTHER MANESS, 18313
29, at Machpelah Cemetery. Dr. David I. Macht, 79
Rabbi Adler will officiate. Rela-
Dr. David I. Macht, world fa- Ilene, died Oct. 15. 'Survived
tives and friends are asked to mous pharmacologist, • died in by husbanch Louis; two sons,
attend.
Baltimore, where he had lived Bernard and Carl J.; a daugh-
,
* * *
since childhood, Sunday. He was ter, Pauline; m o t h e r, Mrs.
Bryna Greenberg; two broth-
The family of the late Harry 79.
IL Newman announces the un-
He was famed for his dis- ers, three sisters and two
veiling of a monument in his covery that blood of persons grandchildren.
* * *
memory 2 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 29, suffering from certain mental
FANNIE
HELPER,
690 Ayl-
at Clover Hill Park Cemetery. illnesses acts as a poison in a
mer, Windsor, died Oct. 1
Rabbi Adler will officiate.
species of European beans. It is Survived by husband, I
Judge' Bertha Schwartz Die
* * *
considered a step in diagnosis two sons, Nathan of San
teo,
Munie. al Court Justi
Br
The family of the late Minnie of-- the disease. He also found Calif. and Manuel o Fort
died Monday
h
B
Leipsitz announces the unveil- that blood from persons • who William, Ont.; two
ghters,
at
e.
ing of a monument in her are fearful or under tension Mrs. Katherine Lefk sky and
memory 11:30, a.m. Sunday, clots faster and that penicilin Mrs. Leon I. • (Claire .) Sigel;
Oct.' 29, at Machpelah Ceme- and digitalis • are drugs that a brother, nine gr dchildren
tery. Rabbi Gruskin will offi- speed the clotting process.
and a great grand ld.
ciate. Relatives and friends are
The deceased also wrote ex-
* * *
asked to attend.
tensively on many subjects, and
FANNIE KOHN, 16510 In-
* * *
in an essay on Job he expressed diana, died Oct. 1
Survived
arold;
The family of the late Max the view that The biblical figure by two sons, Fred a
Kroll announces the unveiling suffered from a form of pein- a daughter, Mrs. Max
of a monument in his memory phigus disease causing inflama- Rosenberger; a brother. and
2 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 29 at Beth tion blobs on the skin.
seven grandchildren.
in the Jewish
*
. *
Tefilo Cemetery. Rabbi Gorre-
tradition by
FRANK
LUSTIC,
9622
Cam-
lick will officiate. Relatives and Naomi Lesowoder Dies
eron, died. Oct. 11. Survived by
friends are asked to attend.
Mrs. Naomi Lesowoder, a for- a son, Ernest; and four grand-
mer Detroiter and director of children.
* • *
Camp Nahelu, founded by her
The Family of the Late
MENDEL M. COHEN, 2605
family in 1931, died Oct. 14 in
Sturtevant, died Oct. 16. Sur-
ESTHER
Miami Beach.
3201 JOY RD.
vived by two daughters, Mrs.
Next I. the Hebrew Benovelent Society
She
was
a
member
of
the
GORNBEIN
CLOSED SATURDAYS
Youth Commission of the Zionist Ramon (Beatrice) Guas of
Announces the unveil-
and JEWISH HOLIDAYS
Organization of America, served Puerto Rico, and Eve Cohen; a
ing of a monument in
grandchild.
OPEN SUNDAYS
on the Miami Jewish Board of sister, and , a *
her memory 2:30 p.m.
* *
Education and earned life mem-
Sunday, Oct. 22, at
TYler
6-0196
-
2740
BERTHA SANDERS,
berships •in Hadassah and Jewish Fullerton, died Oct. 12. Sur-
Workmen's Circle
Cemetery (Yiddish
Home for Aged. She also served vived by a son, Sam; three
the Jewish Welfare Federation, daughter s,
Folk Farein). Rabbi
Mrs. George
Workmen's Circle and Histadrut. (Maizie) Flagman, Ruth of
Lehrman will officiate.
Relatives and friends
Surviving in Detroit are • two Paris, France and Esther of
are asked to attend.
sons, Henry Lipschutz and Dr. N.Y.C.; and six grandchildren.
* * *
Louis S. Lipschutz; a brother,
AARON HYMAN, 3287 Wav-
Morris Shoob and six grandchil-
EM
dren. She leaves her husband, erly, died Oct. 18. Survived
wife, Lena; a son, Josep of
Ehiel
in
Miami;
and
two
sisters,
The Family of the Late
a grandson and two great-grand- Newtonville, Mass.; a dau ter,
rem
Mrs. Samuel Pearistein; hree
MICHAEL
Interment was in Miami Beach brothers, Harry of Chatta oga,
SED SATU
WEISS
children in New York.
Tenn., Jacob and Meyer;
Announces the unveil-
four grandchildren.
ing of a monument in
his memory 11 a.m.
• • ••.... ...:,: tp •
Sunday, Oct. 22i at
In loving memory of my dear
Oakview Cemetery.
beloved husband, Phillip Dresser,
Rabbi Lehrman will of-
whom God called away Oct. 31,
ficiate. Relatives a n d
1960 (11 days in Heshvan). Eter-
friends are asked to
nal love is ours, never to be for-
attend.
gotten by his loving • and sad-
dened wife, Netta.

Unveilings

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RIALS

KARL BERG
MEMORIALS

71- : TX 7-1 7N

Hebrew Civil
Cheshvan Oct.

12
Anna Fegelman
Sarah Shirley
12
Tomashoff
12
Ben Matz
Reb Mayer Hakochen 12
12
Max Rosenbaum
12
Pearl Knoppow

22

Fannie Hubert
William Weisz

13
13

23
23

Jacob Levin
David Friedman
Leah Lakritz

14
14
14

24
24
24

Frieda Lux
Fannie Zingeser

15

Halcum Goldenberg
Moses Philip
Ellenson
Abraham Freed

16

26

16
16

26
26

Bertha Corn
Riba Boesky
Leah Bluma Lipkin
Sophie Lerman
'
Ethel Shorr
Rosa Schloss

17
17
17
17
17
17

27
27
27
27
27
27

Celia Frank-Eckert
Jacob Lesser
Alter Farber

18
18
18

28
28
28

22
22
22
22

n

25

15

Yeshiva Beth Yehuda
12305 Dexter
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In Memoriam

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AND IT'S FREE TO
READERS OF THIS
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CARD OF THANKS
The family of the late Lena
Bloom acknowledges with grate-
ful appreciation the many kind
expressions of sympathy extend-
ed by relative
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men

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Barry Springel
Wish to acknowledge
with grateful appre-
ciation the many
kind expressions of
sympathy by their
relatives and friends
on the death of - their
beloved wife and
mother
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