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October 05, 1962 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1962-10-05

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OBITUARIES

A prominent Detroit attor-
ney, Samuel F. Grandon, 18666
Warrington, died Sept. 30. He
was 48.
Mr. Grandon was graduated
from Wayne State University
in 1935 and was a member of
the Detroit and Michigan Bar
Associations. He was affiliated
with Temple Israel, Perfection
Lodge, F. & A.M., the Moslem
Shrine and was a founding di-
rector of the Town and Country
Club.
Surviving are his wife. Sylvia;
two sons, Stanley and Gary; his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob
Grandon; and a brother, Leo.

HARRY KAPE, 19943 Strath-
MARTIN GOLDMAN, 4067
DR. GERALD D. SPERO is MARY LOPATIN, 23121
Lincol n, Birmingham, died survived by his wife, Florence; Parklawn, died Sept. 27. Sur- moor, died Oct. 1. Survived by
Sept. 26. He leaves his wife, a daughter, Alice Winkelman; vived by a son, Albert; two wife, Dorothy; two sons, Ben,
Sylvia; three sons, Donald H., two brothers, Nate of Santa daughters, Mrs. Sy (Anne) of Eggertsville, N.Y. and Jack;
Gerry A. and Marshall L.; a Monica, Calif., and Harry of Shlain and Mrs. Louis (Rose) a daughter, Ruth; a brother,
brother, four sisters and three Youngstown, 0.; and two grand- Perlman; a brother, a sister; Jacob Kof ender; and three
sons. Interment, Los Angeles. three grandchildren and a grandchildren. * *
grandchildren.
*
great grandchild.
• * *
• * *
*
*
*
ABE
SITORSKY,
19484
EMMA GOLDBERG, former-
JOSEPH H. NELSON, 19321
ANNA WROTSLAVSKY, Schaefer, died Oct. 1. Survived
Evergreen, died Sept. 27. He ly of Detroit, died in Cleveland,
leaves two sons, Samuel and 0., Sept. 29. Survived by two 11501 Petoskey, died Sept. 27. by wife, Bertha; five sons, Ben,
and Charles Starr, Sam
Edward; three daughters, Mil- sons, Louis or Detroit and Fred Survived by two sons, Paul of Julius
Starr of Kalamazoo and Rabbi
dred, Mrs. Harry Gold and Mrs. of Stubenville, 0.; a daughter, Mexico City and Ben; four Joseph
Sitorsky of Brooklyn, N.
Maurice Mittelman; 10 grand- Mrs. Ralph (Eleanor) Hirsch of daughters, Mrs. Aaron B. (Fay) Y.; 12 grandchildren
and three,
Margolis,
Mrs.
Sam
(Blanche)
Cleveland;
a
brother,
a
grand-
children and nine great grand-
great
grandchildren.
Friedman,
Mrs.
Charles
(Ra-
son
and
three
great
grandchil-
children.
* * *
chel) Gellman and Ida Wrot-
* * *
dren.
AUGUSTA GEIRINGER,

*
*
slaysky;
a
brother;
14
grand-
JACK PERCHIKOFF, 23030
SAMSON A. SCHUSSLER children and nine great grand- 19173 Gilchrist, died Oct. 1.
Cloverlawn, Oak Park, died
Survived by husband, Richard;
died
in Brooklyn, N.Y., Oct. 3. children.
Sept. 28. He leaves his wife,
* * *
a son, Rudolph; a daughter,
Sylvia; a son, Herbert; two Survived by two sons, Arthur
ARAN, 16919 Prai- Mrs. Malcolm (Louise) Cone,
daughters, Mrs. Howard Jacobs of Detroit and Charles of New rie, MARIAN
died Sept. 27. Survived by and five grandchildren.
and Mrs. Ted Lepofsky; two York; five daughters, Mrs. Sol husband,
* * *
Julius a son, Hillard
Pickholz,
Mrs.
David
Weinberg,
(Unveiling announcements may brothers. two sisters and 10
JULIUS
JACK
be inserted by mailing or by call- grandchildren.
Mrs. Sidney Kalikow, Mrs. Mil- S.; a daughter, Phyllis Aran; 2667 W. Grand FEINGOLD,
Blvd., died
ing The Jewish News office, 17100
a sister.
, ton Salant and Annette Schuss- a brother and
* * *
W. 7 1lile Road, Detroit 35, VE
*
*
*
Sept.
30.
Survived
by wife,
8-9364. Written announcements must
e all of New York; two
SOL "GALE" GALEMBA, 1r
Sylvia; a daughter, Mrs. Jor-
be accompanied by the name and
brothers
15
grandchildren
and
address of the person making the 17330 Wisconsin, died Oct. 1. I
Monterey, died Sept. 27. Sur- dan Snider • of Orchard Lake,
insertion. There is a standing charge
six great grandchildren.
vived by wife, Yetta; two step- and a brother.
of $3.00 for an unveiling notice. Survived by wife, Gertrude; a
*
*
*
* * *
measuring an inch in depth).
son, Allen Gale; a brother, a
sons, David and Joseph Letow;
* * *
ELIZABETH RICH (Libby a daughter, Goldie Weinstein;
sister and a grandson.
I D A NOSANCHUK, 2416
Cohen, formerly of Detroit) a brother; six grandchildren, Monterey, died Sept. 28. Inter-
* * *
The family of the late Sophie
ment, Israel. Survived by hus-
(Bolotnikoff) Bolton announces FLORENCE WEINSTEIN, of died Sept. 29 in North Holly- and six great grandchildren.
* * *
band, Louis; a son, Joseph Tern-
the unveiling of a monument in Los Angeles, died in Los An- wood, Calif. Survived by hus-
WILLIAM BERMAN, 2630 chin.
her memory 10:30 a.m. Sunday, geles Sent. 30. She leaves a band, Joseph; a sister, Molly
* * *
Oct. 7, at Pinsker Section of brother, Harry Z. Brown; and Dashkin of Detroit; and a Oakman Ct., died Oct. 2. Sur-
KATIE AISMAN, 8335 Inter-
Chesed Shel Emes Cemetery. two sisters, Mrs. Jane Wilk of brother, Sidney Adas of Detroit. vived by wife, Frances; two vale, died Sept. 27. Survived
Angeles.
sons, Marvin and Gerald; a
Rabbi Stollman will officiate. Los Angeles and Mrs. Mildred Interment, Los
two sisters, Mrs. Mack (Di-
* * *
daughter, Edith; and two sis- by
Relatives and friends are asked B. Lester. Interment, Detroit.
nah)
Robins and Mrs. Morris
IRMA SOMLYO, 18010 North- iters.
to attend. * * *
(Fay) Burnstein.
* * *
lawn,
died
Sept.
29.
She
leaves
FANNY BARNETT, 100 Se-
ABRAHAM DAVIS, of Wind-
ward. died Oct. 1. She leaves three sons, Harold, Paul and sor, Ont., died Sept. 26. He
Roy;
two
daughters,
Caroline
her husband, Henry; three
leaves his wife, Jennie; a son,
The Family of the Late
daughters, Mrs. Sam Hornstein. and Emily; three brothers, a Nathan; a daughter, Mrs. Max
sister
and
three
grandchildren.
ALEX E. OLEN
Mrs. Marjorie Bernstein and
Appel; three brothers, four sis-
Mrs. Irving Jaffe; a brother,
Announces the unveil-
ters and six grandchildren.
two sisters, seven grandchildren
ing of a monument in
During the coming
and a great grandchild.
his memory 11 a.m.
Sidney A. Deitch
week Yeshiva Beth
* *
Sunday, Oct. 7, at
DETROIT MONUMENT
Yehuda -will observe
MORRIS EPSTEIN, 20003
Chesed shel Emis Cem-
the Yahrzeit of the
WORKS
In memory of my dearest
Marlowe,
died
Oct.
3.
He
leaves
etery. Rabbi Gorrelick
Best Quality Granites
following departed
two daughters, Mrs. Sarah Selik- i daughter and our sister, Lena
Personalized Designs
will officiate. Relatives
friend s, with the
Sitrin, who passed away Oct. 5,
Priced Reasonable
son
and
Mrs.
Samuel
Atkins;
two
traditional M e mo -
and friends are asked
2744 W. Davison cor. Lawton
1949
(12
days
in
Tishri).
With
sisters, Mrs. Libby Sinelick of
rial Prayers, recita-
TO 8-6923
DI 1-1175
to attend.
deep
sorrow
in
our
hearts
we
I Los Angeles, Calif., and Mrs.
tion of Kaddish and
remember
you
always
and
your
studying of Mish-
!Harry Gordon of Chester, W.
loving memory will remain with
nayes.
I Va.; and two grandchildren.
'
SIDNEY
SAMUEL
us forever. Your mother Sarah
*
WOLFSON
1
GORLICK
Hebrew Civil
SAMUEL GOODMAN, 16875 and brothers Leon and Milton
(Owners)
Tishri October
The Family of the Late
Lilac, died Oct. 3. He leaves his Sitrin.
* * *
MONUMENT CENTER
wife, Esther; two sons, Harry
Samuel Brenner
9
7
IDA SHARPE
Granite - Bronze - Marble
In loving memory of Clara
Bernard Elias
9
7
and
Milton
Goodman;
three
Acknowledges with
7747
Fenkell
at
Woodingham
daughters, Mrs. Lew Winer, Mrs. Gold, who passed away Sept. 13,
Sarah Chervin
UN 4-0785
UN 4-0786
10
8
grateful appreciation
Chaya Rachel
Morris Lapin and Mrs. Fred 1956. Sadly missed and always
the many kind expres-
Smolinsky
10
8
remembered
by
husband,
Sam,
Krainen; three sisters and 10
Chana Zack
10
8
sions of sympathy ex-
children, Stephen, Beverly and
Lenke & Leopold
grandchildren.
tended by relatives and
Menczer
10
8
Perry; parents, Mr. and Mrs.
friends during the
Morris Kurland: brother, Hy-
Jacob Rossen .
11
9
Students of Hillel
family's recent be-
Abraham Aronow 11
man Weiner; and sisters, Merle
9
Ruth Ann Shapiro 11
reavement.
9
Leserman and Pauline Seifer-
Institute Honor
Henry Isaac
held.
Daniels
11
9
Solomon Nucian 11
9
* * *
Memory of Pekarsky
Lena Sitrin
In loving memory of our dear
12
10
WASHINGTON, (JTA)-Stu-
Jennie Marcus
12
10
dents at the 17th Annual Na- mother and sister, Pearl Beren-
hole,
who
passed
away
six
years
Sylvia
Unger
13
11
tional Hillel Summer Institute
in the Jewish
The Family of the Late
Avner Wolf
13
11
meeting at Camp Bnai Brith ago, Sept. 14, 1956 (nine days in
tradition by
Velma Lang
13
11
MARY LOPATIN
Bluma Levenon
13
11
presented a check to the Bnai Tishri). Her beloved memory
Nochum Cohen
13
11
Acknowledges with
Brith Hillel Foundations in will always be our inspiration.
Celia Eizen
11
13
grateful appreciation
Sadly
missed
and
always
remem-
Gedalia
Gufstein
13
11
memory of Rabbi Maurice B.
the many kind expres-
bered
by
her
daughters,
Belle
Pekarsky, the "dean" of Hillel
Joseph Hootner 14
12
sions of sympathy ex-
Gussie Willis
directors, who originated Hil- and Mrs. David Fay, and brother,
14
12
tended by relatives and
Jennie Wasserman 14
12
lel's Institute program for the Meyer Cohen.
3201 JOY RD.
Louis Radine
14
12
friends during the
purchase of ceremonial objects
family's recent be-
Morris Kowall
15
13
for the observance of the Sab-
CLOSED SATURDAYS
Leah Schneider
15
13
reavement.
bath.
and JEWISH HOLIDAYS
In Loving Memory of
Rabbi Pekarsky, who died on
Yeshiva
Beth
Yehuda
OPEN
SUNDAYS
the Late
July 11, had spent his rabbini-
12305 Dexter
TYler 6-0196
HERMAN
cal career of 29 years in the
WE 1-0203
Hillel program, and at the time
BELLOCK
of
his
death
served
as
Hillel's
Who
passed
away
Oct.
The Family of the Late
Director of Leadership Train-
6, 1957. Sadly missed
SIDNEY Z. WISE
ing and of the Hillel Founda-
and always remem-
Acknowledges with
tion at the University of Chi-
bered by his son, Bill;
grateful appreciation
cago. He had founded the Na-
daughter, Gloria; his
the many kind expres-
tional Hillel Summer Institute
mother, Mrs. Mary Bel-
MEMORIALS OF DISTINCTION
sions of sympathy ex-
in 1946 and guided this pro-
lock; and sisters, Mrs.
tended by relatives and
gram which annually brought
Sandy Gooze, Mrs. Jack
Custom Designed
friends during the
together Hillel student leaders
Goldman, Mrs. P h i 1
Premium Granites at Reasonable Prices
family's recent be-
from throughout the country,
Siegel and Mrs. George
CLOSED SATURDAYS: OPEN SUNDAYS 10 to S P.M.
reavement.
until his sudden death.
Finegold.

Monument
Unveilings

WE REMEMBER

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31 - THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Frid ay, October 5, 1962

Prominent Attorney
Samuel Grandon Dies

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