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December 22, 1961 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-12-22

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Hebrew Benevolent Society Will Erect Modern
Chapel in Oak Park; Organizations to Back Drive

OBITUARIES

ANNIE GINSBERG, 15156
Miller, Oak Park, died Dec. 9.
She leaves her husband, Ben; a
son, Arnold of Lansing; a daugh-
ter, Mrs. Jack Stein; a brother
and two grandchildren.
* *- *
JULIA GALE died in Bay
City Dec. 13. She leaves two
sons, Jack and Marvin; a daugh-
ter, Mrs. David Shiffman; a
brother, a sister and seven
grandchildren. Interment, De-
troit.
* *
RAUB ADEL of Miami Beach
died Dec. 15. He leaves a son,
Oscar; two grandchildren and
three great grandchildren. In-
terment, Detroit._
* * *
FRANK WASSERLAUF, 6220
Army, died Dec. 14. He leaves
his wife, Elizabeth; a son, Steve
Elefant; two brothers and a
sister.
* * *
MORRIS WEBER of Cleve-
land died Dec. 15. He leaves his
wife, Dinah; a brother, Solo-
mon.; and a nephew. Interment,
Detroit.
* * *
IDA GOODMAN (BERKO-
WITZ), 16542 Greenlawn, died
Dec. 14. She leaves two daugh-
ters, Mrs. Ben Lemberg and
Mrs. Joseph Stifter; five grand-
children and five great grand-
children.
* * *
BETTY WEISBERG, 11501
Petoskey, died Dec. 10. Survived
by two sons, Drs. Jack and Harry;
a daughter, Mrs. William H.
(Rose) 'Brown; a brother, Meyer
Zacks; six grandchildren and
three great grandchildren.
* * *
SAM KLEIMAN, 4040 Elm-
hurst, died Dec. 18. He is
survived by his wife Eva; a son
Samuel; two daughters, Mrs.
Joel (Sarah) Chudnow and Mrs.
Philip (Betty) Friedman; a
brother, - Rubin Klein; seven
grandchildren, and six great-
grandchildren.

D r . Morrey Garfield
a n d Daniel, husband
and son of the late

MARY T.
GARFIELD

Wish to acknowledge
with grateful apprecia-
tion the many kind
expressions o f s y m-
pathy extended by rel-
atives and friends
during t h e i r recent
bereavement.

MARY T. GARFIELD, 18426
Westmoreland Rd., died Dec. 13.
She is survived by husband, Dr.
M or r e y; son, Daniel; three
brothers and three sisters.
* * *
BEN ALLEN DERIN, 18618
Steel, died Dec. 16. He is surviv-
ed by his wife, Elizabeth; parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Derin, and
two brothers.
* * *
ROSE SCHWARTZ, 2956 Tux-
edo, died Dec. 16. She is survived
by three sons, Samuel, Sidney
and. Sol J.; daughter, Mrs. Jack
(Mildred) Korn; a brother; 12
grandchildren and a great grand-
child.
* * *
BERTHOLD HIRSCH, 17175
Roselawn, died Dec. 18. He is
survived by son, Alfred and
daughter, yrs. Eric (Anni) Ros-
enow.
• * *
PHILIP ZAKS, 20156 Audrey,
died Dec. 18. Survived by his
wife Jane; two sons, Michael
and Jeffrey, and a daughter
Elaine.
* * *
CHARLES BURTON SUBEL-
SKY, 17331 Roselawn, died Dec.
20. Survived by two sons, Mark
and Steven; his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Meyers; and a sis-
ter, Mrs. Charles Baker.
* * *
" SAMUEL SALTSMAN, 17403
Ohio, died Dec. 20. Survived by
two sons, Alex and Harry; a
daughter, Mrs. Max (Bessie)
Fingerroot; and eight grandchil-
dren.
* * *
BARBARA R 0 S E MARKS,
17616 Kentucky, leaves two
brothers, Jerry and Jake; and
three sisters, Margaret Marks,
Mrs.- Nat (Janet) Scheinberg and
Mrs. Joseph (Ann) Warren.

Meyer August, 93, Dies

Meyer L. August, father of
Herman A. August, died Sunday
at the Jewish Home for Aged, at
the age of 93. He was a Detroit
resident for 71 years.
Services were held Monday at
Kaufman Chapel.
Surviving him also are three
brothers, Samuel, Michael sand
Abram; two grandchildren and
three great-grandchildren.
His brother, Jacob Shevitz,
died exactly a week earlier.

CARD OF THANKS
The family: of the late Eddie'
Goodinan acknowledges with
grateful appreciation the many
kind expressions of sympathy ex-
tended by relatives and friends
during the ..• be-
reavem





ARCHITECT'S DRAWING OF FUTURE CHESED SHEL EMES CHAPEL
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The Hebrew Benevolent Soci- roads in Oak Park, at its recent der of Oak Park, Rabbi Jacob E.
Segal, as main speaker, and
ety (Chesed Shel Emes) an- 45th anniversary banquet.
Present at the affair were De- Rabbi Joel Litke, representing
nounced plans for the erection
of a new chapel on Greenfield troit Mayor-Elect Jerome P. the Council of Orthodox Rabbis.
Also present at the banquet
road, between 101/2 and 11-Mile Cavanagh, Mayor R. J. Alexan-
were representatives of many
organizations and societies of
the community, including the
Pinsker Society, Bakers Union,
Radomer Society, Ostrovetzer
Society, First .Hebrew Congrega-
Louis Moser, former Detroiter Park, Mrs. Vivian Finley of Ann tion of Delray, Berdich-Kesh-
who gained national fame for his Arbor, Mrs. Kurt (Shonnie) Kul- enev Society, Odessa Society,
sponsorship of projects to encour- ka and Mrs. Robert (Freda) Cong. G e miluth Chassodim,
age vocational training among Waltman, both of Houston, Mrs. Bialostocker Society, MO z i r e r
the youth of Detroit, died Dec. Burt' (Adina) Admon and Mrs. Society, Zamosc Tamoshover
16, at his recently established Avraham (Esther) Ben-Shalom, Society, Yiddish Folks Farein,
home in Houston, Tex., at the age both of Israel; sons, Edward, Irv- First Galician Society, Lacho-
of 69.
ing and Elliott of Houston, and vitcher Society, Ladies Auxil-
iary of Chesed Shel Emes and
Surviving him are his - wife, 24 grandchildren.
Mollie, of 3318 Rochdale, Hous-
Mr. Moser was ill for four Turover Aid Society.
The representatives of the
ton; daughters, Mrs. Sherwood months and died of • cancer. He
(Beatrice) Sandweiss of - Oak had been a resident of Texas aforementioned societies, a s
since 1955 and prior to that time well as the prominent guests,
in Israel from' 1951 to indicated their intentions of
Cardinal Mourns Death resided
giving assistance in the future
1955.
of Jewish Student
The Mosers were active in building campaign.
BROOKLINE, Mass., (JTA)— many movements before going-to
A 14-year-old Jewish boy who Israel.
Mr. Moser's fame was acquired
drowned was mourned `by Rich-
ard Cardinal Cushing and 11 through his efforts in establishing;
a tool shop where he taught prac-
Catholic nuns.
The boy was a pupil at the tical trades to boys. He enlisted
During the coming
St. Colletta's School for Excep- the aid of many prominent peo-
week Yeshiva Beth
tional Children in Hanover. He ple, among them the late Fred
Yehuda will observe
strayed from a group of fellow M. Butzel, who encouraged him
the Yahrzeit of the
pupils while gathering Christ- in his vocational trade activities.
following deported
mas greens and drown _ ed in a At the time of his death he was
friends, with the
nearby bog. Nuns who run the active in his life-long project of
traditional M e rno
forming
Boys
Prep
Schools
to
school joined in the search.
rial Prayers, recita-
train
Jewi-


'uth
as
mechanics
They and Cardinal Cushing
tion of Kaddish and
for
Israel
an•roductive
work-
studying of Mish-.:
sat opposite the retarded boys
nayes.
parents in the funeral chapel.
The Cardinal wept during
Hebrew Civil
Sidney Deitch
services.
Teveth Dec.

Loms Moser, Sponsor of Projects
in Vocational Training, Dies at 69

0_141 REMEMBER
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DETROIT
.14UMENT
W •KS

Benjamin Krell, Re
Prominent Mereh

Benjamin Krell,
resident for 52 yea
prominent here for
tury in the market
ness, and was well
many community circles,
Saturday- at the age of 86.
neral, services were
man Chapel on 9-
day.
Mr. Krell was
He was a me
Zedek and took
in many Jewish a
He is survived, by
amin, Jr., brothers, Max and
imon, a grandchild- and three
eat-grandchildren. He was t
ther of the late Alfred
d Mrs. Florence Li

,

Ro'se
Re

est • : lity Granites
Per
lized Designs
ed Reasonable
. Davison cor. Lawton

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ENTS IN THE
TRADITION

SAMUEL
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at Woodinaham
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Beautiful Oakview Cemetery in Royal Oak

NEW SECTION OPENED BY
CONGREGATION
BNAI MOSHE

Moss Hart Dies at 57

Burial lots for families or individuals now available at reason- -
able prices and convenient terms. Perpetual maintenance.
For information Call LI 8-9000 or JO 4-6452. The Chevra
Kadisho_ Committee will arrange for your personal inspection.

Moss Hart, famous playwright,
w h o s e autobiographical book,
"Act One," recently topped the
best seller list; died Wednesday
in Palms Springs, Calif., aged- 57.

Ira Kaufman Chape

DIRECTORS OF FUNERALS

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Sarah Zarankin

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Jennie B1
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Ida Wa m
Bessie
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Chaim ersh
A ebaum
Robe Weisz
Jacob Goldis

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Pearl Pelavin
Esther Gaertner
Harry Goldman
Abraham David
Sachs

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Jacob Portnoy
Harry Bloch

21
21

28
28

Ida Boesky
Mr. Damen
Myron Rosenthal

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Yeshiva Beth Yehuda
12305 Dexter
WE 1-0203

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at Reasonable Prices

DAYS: OPEN SUNDAYS 10 to 5 P

7-5200

ert Kaufman

W. 9 MILE RD. IN SO HFIELD

308 ft. West of Northwestern

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Libby. Fine
Joseph Cossman
Sadie Lafer

-Mrs. Rose Max,
sar, a Detroit r
years, well known
here, died Mond
of 85.
Funeral services
Tuesday at Kaufman Chape .
Surviving her are three sons,
Sidney, Abe and George; two
daughters, Mrs. Charles Wein-
stock and Mrs. Harry Wachs; 10
grandchildren and 27 great-grand-
children.



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Esther Doris
Pearlman

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