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March 08, 1963 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-03-08

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Zionist leaders locally and na-
tionally this week paid tribute
to the memory of Judge Frank
A. Picard, who was the first
chairman in Michigan of the
state's chapter of the American
Palestine Corrimittee.
Judge Picard appeared at nu-
merous programs of the APC,
presided at conferences and in-

Israel to Supply
Housing for\Families
with Limited Means

OBITUARIES

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire to

The Jewish News)
ABRAHAM Z E C 0 R, 3359
BELLA CHESNUK, 11501
NATHAN M. DEUTCH, 17725
JERUSALEM - Housing
Tuxedo,
died Feb. 28. Survived
Petoskey,
died
March
2.
Surviv-
Minister Yosef Almogi an- Manderson, died Feb. 28. He ed by son, Ben, and five grand- by daughters, Mrs. Bella Hosay
nounced Wednesday in parlia- leaves three brothers, Paul, Jos.
and Mrs. George Berman; and
children.
ment, during debate on his H., and Samuel, and three sis-
six grandchildren.
* * *
ters,
Mrs.
Harry
Tyner,
Mrs.
Ministry's budget, a new hous-
*•* *
ESTHER WE RBE R, 11501
Geo.
Keil
and
Mrs.
Anna
Gil-
ing plan for families with
FANNY NEIDELMAN, 17532
Petoskey, died March 2. Sur-
man.
limited means.
* * *
vived by sons, Meyer, Louis and Wisconsin, died March 1. Sur-
• At the same time, the Jew-
Solomon; one sister; six grand- vived by sons, Harry, Ralph,
DR.
JOS.
ROTTENBERG,
ish Agency's Absorption De-
children;
and two great-grand- Charles, of San Diego, Cal., and
partment reported it had pro- 20441 Stratford Rd., died in children.
Abraham; daughters, Eva and
Phoenix,
Ariz.,
March
2nd.
He
vided nearly 15,000 housing
* * *
Edna; five grandchildren; and
leaves
his
wife,
Anna;
son,
Dr.
units to new immigrants dur-
RA C H E L ROSENZWEIG, five great-grandchildren.
E. Newton; daughter, Mrs.
* * *
ing 1962.
Morris Morton; a sister, and six 19722 Santa B a r b a r a, died
RACHEL POMERANTZ,
Almogi said that apartments grandchildren.
March 2. Survived by sons,
under the new government
Morris, Neil and Philip; daugh- 2926 Elmhurst, died March 1.
* * *
plan would be of two types,
ter, Mrs. Nettie Greisman; a Survived by her h u s b a n d,
JOS. B. REINITZ, 9600 Dex- sister; five grandchildren; and Philip; sons, Irving and Charles;
selling at $5,000 and $5,666,
with the buyer required to pro- ter died Mar: 3. He leaves his one great-grandchild.
daughters, Mrs. Herman Kap-
vide half of the price and the wife, Marian; son, Edward;
lan and Mrs. Fred Gross; and
* * *
balance to be covered by a daughter, Mrs. Irving Stahl;
SAM YOLLICK, 19325 Whit- a sister.
one brother; and six grandchil- comb, died March 3. Survived
* * *
mortgage.
DAVID BOLTON, 18618 San-
He also said that home dren.
by his wife, Ida; sons, Harold
* *
building has been carried out
and Lester; daughter, Mrs. ta Rosa, died March 2. Sur-
KATHERINE (KATIE) RAD- Manuel Gorman; two brothers;' vived by sons, Irving, Bernard
until now in a framework of a
and Philip; daughter, Mrs.
master plan for housing a pop- NER, 2509 Hazelwood, died and eight grandchildren.
Walter Zukin; 12 grandchildren;
ulation of 3,000,000, the time Mar. 4. She leaves a brother,
* * .*
had come to prepare an overall Milton, and three sisters, Helen
SARAH STERN, 21621 West- and a great-grandchild.
* * *
plan for 5,000,000 inhabitants. and Bessie and Mrs. Bertha- hampton, Oak Park, died March
SAMUEL GOOZE, 171 W.
The Housing Minister also Katz.
4. Survived by sons, Nicholas
* * *
Nevada, died March 2. Surviv-
said that the present policy of
and Alfred; daughters, Mrs.
ed by his wife, Ida; son, Sol;
LOUIS
BERMAN,
6'00
Pingree,
sending all new immigrants
Elizabeth Klein, of Yavniel
died March 6. Survived by wife, Tiberias, Israel, and Mrs. Ernest daughters, Mrs. Rose Rich' and
straight
from
ships
to
develop-
JUDGE FRANK A. PICARD
ment areas /should be discon- Vera; daughter, Mrs. Marvin Neumark; four brothers; threee Mrs. Isadore Co g a n; eight
great-
troduced noted guests at APC tinued. He added that the old (Gloria) Kahn; three brothers; sisters; nine grandchildren; and grandchildren; and five
grandchildren.
luncheon and dinner meetings. and disabled among the new- three sisters; and three grand- five great-grandchildren.
During the many -years of his comers should be sent to estab- children.
* * *
* * *
chairmanship of the American lished areas where they could
IDA KRAPS, 11501 Petoskey,
MORRIS GRANET, 18645 died March 3. Survived by son,
Palestine • Committee's Michigan be more easily absorbed.
On the other hand, he re- Cherrylawn, died Mar. 4. He Jack; .daughters, , Mrs. Rachel
chapter, before he was succeeded
to the chairmanship by U. S. ported, there were veteran resi- leaves his son, Ralph M., daugh- Kay, Mrs. Milton Zimmerman,
Senator Philip A. Hart, he made dents who were ready to go to ters, Mrs. King Brown, Mrs. Mrs. Alfred Galinsky and Mrs.
a deep study of the Zionist development areas. He reported Louis Sugarman and Mrs. Max- Samuel Green; a brother; two
During the - coming
cause *and of Palestine's com- that 5000 young couples had well Shaw; a sister; and 11 sisters; eight grandchildren;
week Yeshiva Beth
munities before the establish- registered for housing in such grandchildren.
and three great-grandchildren.
Yehuda will observe
* * *
ment of Isriel and took occasion areas during the past two
the Yahrzeit of the
*• * *
weeks.
many tithes to associate himself
following departed
ANNA SAMUELS, 3711 Webb,
HARRY SOLOMON SHEK-
The
Agency's
Absorption
De-
friends, with the
with appeals in behalf of Zion-
died Mar. 5. She leaves son, TER, 3010 W. Chicago, died
traditional Memorial
ism and of Israel in statements partment, in its report, said Donald; daughter, • Mrs. Wm. March 3. Survived by his wife;
Prayers, recitation. of
to U. S. Government authorities. that its 15,000 housing units Atlas; brother; three grand- Ruth: daughter, Marilyn; two
Kaddish and study-
included 1,700 built especially children; and three great-grand-
brothers;
and
a
sister.
ing of Mishnayes.
for large families. The Depart-
children.
'*
*
*
ment said that 53 per cent of
• * *
Hebrew Civil
JUL IA LEBOVICS, 16755
the immigrants coming in 1962
Adar March
MARTHA
MEYER,
18420
Woodingham,
died
Feb.
19.
Sur-
were sent to development areas
13
Irving Zeff
Northlawn,
died
March
6.
Sur-
vived
by
husband,
Axon;
a
son,
and that the Department had
Chana Feiga Bas
9
13
Reb Schmuel
granted last year nearly 6,000 vived by a brother, Herman; Bernard Lebo of California;
9
13
Morris Abel
loans totalling $1,666,000 to four nieces, Mrs. Leo Sobel, daughters, Mrs. Ben Pollack
9
13
Harry Altman
9
(Unveiling announcements may help immigrants acquire hous- Mrs. Seymour Bass, Mrs. Ken- and Mrs. Irving Lewis. Timits
13
Karl Loewenstein
9
be inserted by mailing or by call-
13
Abraham Berkowitz
neth
Eaton
and
Mrs.
Randolph
of
Ohio;
a
brother,
eight
grand-
9
13
ing The Jewish News office, 17100 ing, vocational and professional
Fannie Rosenthal
Seidenberg;
and
a
nephew,
Har-
children
and
three
great
grand-
9
13
W. 7 Mile Road, Detroit 35, VE training and other urgent needs.
Simcha Kleinemus
8-9364. Written announcements must
old Yalomstein.
children.
10
14
be accompanied by the name and
Max Elias
* * *
10
14
address of the person making the
Max Laker
10
14
Sarah Cooper
insertion. There is a standing charge Lillian Schwartz Dies
JOS. DeMICHELE, 1.6 2 19
Maurice
Levin
Dies
10
14
Ellis
Markofsky
of $3.00 for an unveiling notice,
Mrs.
Sam
(Lillian)
Schwartz,
Greenlawn,
died
Mar.
4.
He
10
14
Bessie
Kushner
measuring an inch in depth).
NEWARK, N. J., (JTA) -
19346 Marlow, died March 4.
leaves
his
wife,
Minnie;
son,
* * *
11
15
Maurice
Levin,
a
leading
busi-
Eva
Bunin
She was 58.
Raymond; daughter, Joyce; two Harry Levin
11
15
The family of the late Fannie
11
15
Born in Grand Rapids and a ness and philanthropic figure
Esther Rosenfeld
a sister.
11
15
E. Gealer announces the unveil- Detroit resident for 33 years, in Essex County, died Feb. 27 brothers; and
Louis. Kukes
* * *
11
15
Esther Fagen
ing of a monument in her mem- Mrs. Schwartz was a member of at the age of 66 at his Miami
CORA K. MEISNER, died in.
ory 2 p.m. Sunday, March 17, at the Bicur Cholem Organization, Beach Winter. residence. His
12
lb
Alfred Wineman
Hollywood, Fla., Mar. 2. She
12
16
Bessie Katz
Machpelah Cemetery. •Rabbi Hadassah and Cong. Adas Sha- home was in South Orange.
12
16
Nathan Ruzumna
leaves
a
brother,
Adolph
Kauf-
Schnipper will offitiate. Rela-
A
supporter
for
many
years
man; two nephews; and two
, 13
17
Isaac Levine
tives and friends are asked to lom.
of
local
institutions
and
Israel
Survivors, in addition to her
Shabse Yosef
sisters-in-law.
13
17
attend.
Lipschutz
* * *
husband, include a son, Sy; a programs, Mr. Levin, with his
13
.. 17
* *
'
Moses Gunsberg
brother
George,
provided
.the
13
17
daughter, Mrs. Donald Gurwin;
Charles Solomon
CHARLES ARON, 16224 In-
The family of the late Ger:
funds for the new Physics
four
brothers,
Jack
Fink
of
leaves
14
diana,
died
Feb.
28.
He
18
.

Louis
Pelavin
trude Kraft announces the un- Grand Rapids, Peter Fink of Building at the Hebrew Univer-
14
18
Samuel Natinsky
veiling of a monument in her New York, Joseph Fink of De- sity in Jerusalem that was dedi- his wife, Estelle; son, Norman
Purple; two brothers, and three
15
19
E. Friedman
memory 1 p.m. Sunday, -March• troit and Maurice, Stuart of cated last September.
15
19
Rachel Scherr
sisters.
15
17, at Northwest Hebrew Memo- Chicago; three sisters, Mrs.
19
Julius Wasserman
15
19
Harry Raskin
rial Park Cerrieter3i. Rabbi Harry. Penfil of Detroit, Mrs.
CARD OF THANKS
15
19
Leo Barth
Sidney A. Deitch
15
Levin will officiate. Relatives Milton Kositcheck of Petoskey
19
Charles Drescher
The family of the late RACH-
15
19
DETROIT MONUMENT
Jenny Lebus
and friends are asked to attend. and Mrs. Harry Appel of Mil- EL BLATT acknowledges with
15
19
Rebecca
Katzer
WORKS
burn, N.3.; and two grandchil- grateful appreciation the many
Best Quality Granites
Yeshiva Beth Yehuda
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Personalized Designs
kind expressions of sympathy
dren.
Priced Reasonable
12305 Dexter
extended by relatives and
2744 W. Davison tor. Lawton
WE 1-0203
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cent bereavement.
The Family of the Late

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JULIA LEBOVICS

and

SADIE SHASSIAN

AcklioW . 1 edges
with grateful apprecia-
tion the many kind ex-
. pressions of sympathy
extended by relatives
and friends during the
family's recent bereave-
ment.

I In Memoriam

In loving memory of our dear
mother, Sonia Sherman, who
left us on Feb. 22, 1943 (17
days in Adar). Gone but not
forgotten. Sadly missed by her
children, Mrs. James (Esther)
Rachleff, Mrs. Harold (Dorothy)
Bodner, Al, Morris and Jack;
and five grandchildren.

BERG URB ACH

AND

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31 - THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Frid ay, M arch 8, 1963

Tribute Paid to
Picard s IVIemOry.

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