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December 15, 1961 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-12-15

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West Berlin Senator of the
Interior Joachim Lipschitz died
Dec. 11 at 43, becoming the third
high city official to die of a
heart attack in recent months.
On Sept. 17, Willy Henneberg,
Speaker of the City Parliament,
died during a speech to the
House. Senator Paul Hertz, head
of West Berlin's Economic De-
partment, died on Oct. 23.
In his capacity as head of the
city's internal department, Lip-
schitz was in charge of West
Berlin's police force.
The son of a Jewish physician
and a member of the Social
Democratic youth organization,
Lipschitz was arrested by the
Nazis at the age of 18. He was
later released and drafted into
the German army. He lost • his
right arm in combat.
Surviving Lipschitz is his
widow. Their four-year-old son,
an only child, died last spring.
Lipschitz was stricken Monday
at a special session of the city
government called to prepare for
the Paris foreign ministers con-
ference on Berlin.

CARD OF THANKS
The family of the late Sylvia
Charmer acknowledges with
grateful appreciation the many
kind expressions of sympathy ex-
tended by relatives and friends
during the family's recent be-
reavement.

The Family of the Late

STANFORD
MEGDALL

Acknowledges with
grateful appreciation
the many kind expres-
sions of sympathy ex-
tended by relatives and
friends during the
family's recent be-
reavement.

The Family of the Late

LENA NELSON

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

JENNIE BENIS

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

MOLLIE BENIS

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.

Jacob Shevitz Dies:
Lived Here 56 Years

Jacob Shevitz, a resident of
Detroit for 56 years, who was
active in the building and real
estate business and was among
the pioneers who developed the
Dexter area, died Sunday night
at the age of 75. Funeral serv-
ices were held Monday at Kauf-
man Chapel on 9-Mile Rd.
Surviving him are a son,
Sidney; three daughters, Mrs.
Walter Klein, Mrs. Joseph Lee

OBITUARIES

ABRAHAM HENDIN died in
Winnipeg, Manitoba. Surviving
are his wife, Edith; two sons,
Dr. Samuel of Hampton, W.
Va., and Nate of Kingston, Ont.;
two daughters, Dr. Molly Mar-
kovits of Winnipeg, Manitoba,
and Mrs. M. - Robert Syme of
Detroit; and ten grandchildren.
• • •
SADIE ROTH, 17600 Rose-
lawn, died Dec. 12. Survived
by husband, Max; four sons,
Michael M. of Toledo, 0.,
Emanuel and Herbert, both of
Philadelphia, and -Dr. George;
three brothers and six grand-
children.
• • •

SAMUEL RAMBOFF, 13593
Greenlawn, died Dec. 12. Sur:
vived by a son, Max; three
daughters, Mrs. Irwin (Ida)
Diem, Mrs. Molly Brown and
Mrs. Frederick (Mildred) Hess;
a sister and 11 grandchildren.
• • •
JENNIE BENIS, 25441 Gard-
ner, Oak Park, died Dec. 1. She
leaves two sons, Isadore and
Joseph; a daughter, Mrs. Joseph
Hurshe; six grandchildren and
five great grandchildren.

JACOB SHEVITZ

and Mrs. Freida Ilan of Israel;
16- grandchildren and four
brothers, Meyer, Abram, Mitch-
ell and Samuel.
Mr. Shevitz came to Detroit
in 1892, two years after his
parents arrived in the U. S.
from Poland. His late wife, the
former Anna Levin, who, like
her husband, came from Grod-
no, arrived in Detroit in 1902.
They were married in 1905 and
celebrated their 50th wedding
anniversary in December 1955
—three years before Mrs. She-
vitz's death.
Mr. Shevitz served as presi-
dent of Congregation Emanuel
and was active in its merger
with Beth Tefilo, being re-
named Beth Tefilo Emanuel
synagogue. He also was presi-
dent of Congregation Mogen
Abraham. He was active in the
United Hebrew Schools when
the local educational system
was housed on Kirby and An-
toine. He also was active in
Yeshivath Beth Yehudah, serv-
ing on its board, and was a
leader in the Vaad Hayeshivoth.

Monument
Unveilings

(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.)
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Bernard Samuels,
Jeweler, Dead at 62



• •

LILLIAN TEITEL CHASE,
13321 N. Norfolk, died Dec. ,2.
She leaves a son, Max; two
daughters, Elaine Teitel and
Mrs. Norman Ross; five grand-
children and 15 great grand-
children.
«-• •
_
• DAVID STEINBERG, 17214
Greenlawn, died Dec. 5. He
leaves his father, Louis; a
brother, Harry; four sisters,
Mrs. Celia Borlack, Mrs. Sarah
Geller, Mrs. Eouis Hortick and
Mrs. Earl Casden.







YETTA GOLDMAN, 23104
Webster, Oak Park, died Dec.
3. He leaves a son, Michael; a
sister, Mrs. Katy Kallen of Los
Angeles; and three grandchil-
dren.
• • •
IDA HUNDLEY, 90 Oakland,
Pontiac, died Dec. 9. Survived
by husband, Fred; a son, Jacob;
four brothers and three grand-
children.
• • •
IGNATZ SZATHMARY, 660
Brainard; died Dec. 7.
• • •
BESSIE MEISNER SCH00-
LER, 23120 Church, Oak Park,
died- Dec. 3. She leaves a son,
Sherman.; a brother, three sis-
ters and two grandchildren.
• • •
ANN FEINBERG, 18501
Manor, died Dec. 7. She leaves
her husband, Louis; two sons,
Frederick and Robert; two
brothers, two sisters an.. -
grandchildren.

HERBERT HYMAN COHEN,
701 Covington, died Dec. 2. He
leaves 'his wife, Sophia; a son,
Arnold; a daughter, Mrs. Lee
Fisher; two brothers, two sis-
ters and four grandchildren.

Author, Noted Zionist
Leader, Dr. Joseph
Tenenbaum Dies at 74

NEW YORK, (JTA) — Dr.
Joseph L. Tenenbaum, surgeon,
author, and one of the foremost
leaders in Zionism and general
defense of Jewish rights, died
here Sunday. He was' 74.
Born in Galicia, and educated
there, he
came to the
United States
in 1920. In
1919, he was
a member of
the Jewish
delegation to
the Paris
Peace Confer-
ence that fol-
lowed • World
War I. He was
a founder and
past president
*ow
of the World
and American
Federations off
Polish Jews;
former chair- Dr. Tenenbaum
man of the executive com-
mittee and vice-president of the
American Jewish Congress; na-
tional chairman of the Joint
Boycott Council from 1933 to
1941; very active in the leader-
ship of. the Zionist movement;
and a prominent Hebraist.
He was a member of the
American Medical Association, a
prominent urologist, and a mem-
ber of the Jewish Academy of
Arts and Sciences. His many
works included books on econo-
mics, international affairs, and
against Hitlerism. He had been
dee ed by trian and
ish
th

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EDWARD M. KRAUSE, 17166
Wildemere, died Dec. 13. Sur-
vived by wife, Rose; two sons,
Sheldon B. and Dr. Jerome W.;
In hiving memory of our a brother, Samuel; two sisters,
dear daughter and sister, Bar- Mrs. Louis Silbert and Mrs. Louis
bara Seltzer, who passed away Grabow; and three granddaugh-
ters.
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Owner of the Frontenac
Jewelers, 78 Monroe, Bernard
Samuels died Dec. 12 at 62.
He had been a D e t-r o i t
jeweler for 44 years.
Mr. Samuels, 4661 McEwen,
Bloomfield Hills, was a mem-
ber of Temple Beth El, High-
land Park Lodge, F&AM, the
Moslem Shrine and the Detroit
Consistory.
Surviving are his wife, Syl-
via; a son, A. Ted; a daughter,
Mrs. Jack Winshall; his mother,
Mrs. Millie Samuels; three
brothers and five grandchil-
dren.

Reuben Plafkin Dies

Former Detroiter Reuben
Plafkin, an ardent Zionist who
for many years here was active
in civic and cultural organiza-
tions, died Dec. 12 in Los
Angeles.
Mr. Plafkin was a secretary
of United Jewish Folk Schools
and Peoples Relief, and was
president of Farband Camp,
among many other organiza-
tions he served.
Surviving are his wife, Anna;
a son, Emanuel; a daughter,
Mrs. Stanley Singer of Sacra-
mento, Calif.; a brother, Morris
of Detroit; a sister, Mrs. Simon
Plafkin of Detroit; and seven
grandchildren.

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Sadly missed by your mother,
Irene Seltzer, and brother,
Sheldon.

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Mrs. H. Levin

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Gittel Freeman
Dina Cohen
Fayga Kuhn
Levi Kuhn
Morris Schechter

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Morris Leider
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Reuben Davidoff
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studying of Mish-
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Hebrew Civil
Teveth Dec.

I In Memoriam I

No one loved you so dear,
Now that I'm alone I wish you
were here.
All you left is your baby shoes
If I had to choose,
My life I would lose
Before I would part with your
baby shoes.

WE REMEMBER
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31 - THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS -- Friday, De cember 15, 1961

Heart Attack Fatal
to West Berlin's
Senator Lipschitz

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