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April 19, 1963 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-04-19

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Accountant, UJA Head
Russell S. Nida Dies

Monument Unveilings

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OBITUARIES

1

Chairman of the accountants'
The family of the late Sadie section of the United Jewish Ap-
PESIE DEUTSCH, 18910 Fen-
JOSEPH A. REISS, 19767
Green, mother of Dr. Henry peal, Russell
Strathmoor, died April it He more, died April 17. Survived
Green, Dr. Emanuel J. Green S. Nida, 3474
leaves his wife, Rita; a son, by husband, Herman; a son, Al-
and Mrs. Dorothy Rood, an- Sutten Place,
Jerome; a brother, a sister and fred, a sister and three grand-
nounces the unveiling • of a died April 10.
children.
two grandchildren.
monument in her memory 1:30 He was 51.
* * *
*
*
*
p.m. Sunday, April 21, at Clover
Mr. Nida
JOSEPH
LEVINE, 15326
CHARLES H. EDELSTEIN,
Hill Cemetery. Rabbi Groner was a graduate
19909 Murray Hill, died April Mark Twain, died April 17. Sur-
The family of the . late Rose will officiate. Relatives and of the Detroit
12. He leaves his wife, Ruth; vived by wife, Marion; two sons,
Mary Halberg announces the friends are asked to attend.
Institute of
a
daughter, Mrs. Charles Stanley and Philip; a daughter,
unveiling of a monument in her
Technology
Wendt;
three sisters and three Nancy; his parents, Abe Levine
memory 1 p.m. (time errorone-
and was a De-
and Mrs. Gussie Levine; four
grandchildren.
ously listed as 11 a.m. last
troit account-
brothers and two sisters.
* * *
week). Sunday, April 21, at the
ant for 23
* * *
DAN C. ROSE, 17530 Sorren-
Workmen's Circle Cemetery.
In loving memory of our be- years. His of-
LOUIS ROSS, 17385 Santa
to,
died
April
15.
He
leaves
his
Rabbi Gorrelick will officiate.
fices were at
wife, Florence; two sons, Rob- Barbara, died April 16 in Miami
Relatives and friends are asked loved son and brother, Max S. 11000 McNic- k:
who
passed
away
Greenspon,
ert M. and James A.; a daugh- Beach, Fla. Survived by wife,
to attend:
* -* *
April 19, 1960 (22 days in Nis- hols.
ter, Linda R.; two sisters and Sima; three sons, Wallace, Her-
Mr. Nida
man and Albert; a daughter,
two nephews.
The family of the late and san). Sadly missed and always was a member
* * *
Mrs. Robert Wander; a brother,
beloved Louis Margolis announ- remembered by his parents, of Cong. Sha-
JANE FEINTUCH, 4232 Elm- a sister and 11 grandchildren.
ces the unveiling of a monument Mr. and Mrs. Nick Yova, and are y Zedek,
• Nida
* * *
hurst, died April 10. Survived
in his memory, 2 p.m. Sunday, his sister, Marcia.
Temple Israel, was a Mason and by a son, Lewis Faintuck two
* * *
R
E
B
E
C
C,A ROSENBERG
April 28, at Clover Hill Ceme-
chairman of the Businessmen's daughters, Rebecca and Anne
In loving memory of our
10.
tery. • Rabbi Fram and Cantor
Group of the City of Hope. Sur- Faintuch; and two grandchil- 19206 Hartsell, died April
She leaves a son, Dr. Sol Rosen-
Kenakel will officiate. Relatives dear daughter, sister and mo- viving are his wife, Florence;
beerg; three daughters, Mrs.
and friends are asked to attend. ther, Rose (Tomarin) Wool, who- and two sons, Charles and Paul. dren.
* * *
• Myron Schiffman, Mrs. Walter
* * *
passed away April 9, 1953 (24
REBECCA KARO, 400 Cort- Masters and Mrs. Abe Olshan-
The family of the late Nathan days in Nissan). Sadly missed
Bernard Fershtman announces by parents, Mr: and Mrs. Ben Arthur Top' Clamage, land, died April 11. Survived by sky; a brother and eight grand-
a son, J. Maurice; two daugh- children.
the unveiling of a monument in Tomarin; children, Carol and Theater Owner, Dies
* * *
ters, Mrs. Max (Fannie) Rosen-
his memory 1 p.m. Sunday, Joseph; brothers, Jack and Gil-
An early vaudeville comedian feld and Mrs. Albert (Ida) Win-
HENRY ROSENTHAL, 19226
April 28, at Chesed shel Emes bert; and. sisters, Mary and Kay.
and burlesque-theater owner in nick; seven grandchildren, and Votrobeck Dr., died April 11.
Cemetery. Relatives and friends
Detroit since 1916, Arthur (Pop) nine great-grandchildren.
Survived by his wife, Selma; a
are asked to attend.
* * *
.
Mrs. Hilda Schechter, Clamage died April 10. He was
* * *
daughter, Mrs. Paul F. (Eva)
MAX NEMOFF, formerly of Sutton of Blackburn Lanes, En-
83.
The family of the late Benny NCJW Leader, Dies
Isaacs announces the unveiling
Mr. Clamage began his stage Detroit, died April 16 in Kib- gland; and a grandchild.
BAYONNE, N. J., (JTA)-
* * *
of a monument in his memory Mrs. Hilda MarShak Schechter, career in Toledo and toured the butz Ein Dor, Israel. Survived
11 a.m. Sunday, April 28, at a member of the board of the vaudeville circuit with his wife, by wife, Rose; two sons, Dorian
AL WEIN, 10617 Curtis, died
Machpelah Cemetery. Rabbi Arm National Council of Jewish who used the stage name of of Israel and Alexander of Oak April 12. He leaves his wife,
will officiate. Relatives and Women, and assisting head of Anna Davis. He opened the Park; a sister, a brother and Sally; two sisters, nieces and
eight grandchildren.
friends are asked to attend.
nephews.
the Council's field department, Avenue Burlesque on Woodward
* * *
* * *
died here April 14. She was 49. near Jefferson in 1916. He was
SUSAN
JACKSON,
15503
Tra-
The family of the late Morris She was also a member of the owner of the Gayety Burlesque
Krauss announces the unveiling national council of United Hias for many years until he sold cey, died April 14. Survived by
of a monument in his memory Service and of the advisory it six years ago. Stars he booked parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob
11 a.m. Sunday, April 21, at council of the National Jewish for his stage in early years in- Jackson; grandparents, Mr. and
Oakview.Cemetery. Rabbi Lehr- Welfare Board.
cluded Phil Silvers, Bert Lahr, Mrs. Samuel Panzer and Mrs.
two sisters.
man will officiate. Relatives
Chill Wills and Bud Abbott and Ida Jackson; * and
* *
and friends are asked to attend.
Lou Costello.
During the coming
ANNA RUSHEVSKY, 18646
Moiseiwitsch Dies
* * *
week Yeshiva Beth
Mr. Clamage lived at 541 Ilene, died April 15. Survived by
LONDON, (JTA) —Benno Lodge for 40 years until mov-
The family of the late Meyer
Yehuda will observe
the Yahrzeit of the
Sherman announces the unveil- Moiseiwitsch, world-famous, Rus- ing to 1187 Anita, Grosse.Pointe husband, Isaac; three daughters,
following deported
ing of a monument in his mem- sian-born Jewish pianist, died Woods, a week ago. Surviving Mrs. Mary Wolin, Mildred and
Mrs. Alfred (Sophie) Allan; and
friends, with the
ory 1:30 p.m. Sunday,. April 28, April 9 at the age of '73..
are his wife, Adelia;• a . son,
traditional Memorial
Born in Odessa, he attended Harold of Indianapolis; a daugh- three grandchildren.
at Chesed shel Emes Cemetery.
* * *
Prayers, recitation of
Rabbi Segal will officiate. Rel- the Imperial School of Music ter, Mrs. Donald G. Barr; a sis-
Kaddish and study-
SONIA
FINKELSTEIN,
454
there
and
won
the
Anton
Rubin-
atives and friends are asked to
ter and seven grandchildren.
ing of Mishnayes.
Auburn,
Pontiac,
died
April
17.
stein
Prize
at
the
age
of
nine.
attend.
Survived
by
husband,
Solomon;
* * *
He made his debut in England
CARD OF THANKS
Hebrew Civil
son, David of Houston, Tex.;
The family of the late Bessie when he was 18, and in the
Nissan April
The
family of the late Henry
Aidem announces the unveiling United States in 1919. He made Silverstein acknowledges with daughter, Mary; a brother; a
19
Clara
Felix
25
sister; and a grandchild.
of a monument in her memory England his home - and became
19
Isaac Zingeser
25
* * *
grateful
appreciation
the
many
19
Sophie
Goldberg
25
a
British
subject.
11 a.m. Sunday, April 28, at
kind
expressions
of
sympathy
ANNA
KAPLAN,
3711
Tyler,
Moiseiwitsch
was
the
father
Northwest Hebrew Memorial
20
26
Louis Rosenthal
26
20
Louis R. Burns
Park Cemetery. Rabbi Segal of Tanya Moiseiwitsch, famous e x t e n d e d by relatives and died April 16. Survived by hus-
and Cantor Fenakel will offici- as the Stratford (Ont.) Shakes- friends during the family's rec- band, Harold; and sisters, Mrs.
Adolph Levinson
27
21
Morris (Lena) Stockser and Mrs.
27
21
Mrs. Spiegelman
ate. Relatives and friends are peare Festival's stage designer. ent bereavement.
21
27
Rose Komisar
Sarah Rabinowitz of Cheboygan,
asked to attend.
27
21
Fayga Berger
Wis.
21
* * *
27
Chaya Sara Blotnick
21 .
27
Philip Silbert
The family of the late Ben-
A common person forces him-
22
28
Gertrude Schechter
jamin Kaufman announces the
28
22
Jacob Buehler
self to the front.—Megillah 12.
unveiling of a monument in
28
22
Harry Cohen
his •memory 2 p.m. Sunday,
23
29
Hyman Feldman
Rina Elliman, mother of Louis nie Hagard; 15 grandchildren
Sidney A. Deitch
April 28, at Clover Hill Park
23
29
Abraham Laven
and eight great-grandchildren.
DETROIT MONUMENT
23
29
George Sofferin
Cemetery. Rabbi Gorrelick will M. Elliman, prominent Detroit
23
29
Morris Freedman
WORKS
A brother, Rabbi Zussman
officiate. Relatives and friends industrialist, died April • 11, in
23
29
Kurt Ehrlich
Best Quality Granites
Dublin,
at
the
age
of
97.
29
23
Joseph
Schmitz
Hades,
who
was
rabbi
in
Birm-
are asked to attend.
Personalized
Designs
A pioneer Zionist who, with ingham, England, for 50 years,
* * *
Priced Reasonable
30
24
H. Rottenberg
her late husband, Jacob Max died a few years ago in his
2744 W. Davison cor. Lawton
24
30
Anna D. Friedman
The family of the late Mike
24
30
DI 1-1175
Bella Henigman
TO
8-6923
Elliman
had
befriended
Dr
nineties.
Weiseman announces the un-
Iyar
veiling of a monument in his Theodor Henzl and was a co-
Louis M. Elliman, who came
founder
of
the
Jewish
National
to Detroit from .Dublin in 1911,
memory 12:30 p.m. Sunday,
25
Rose Nathanson
25
1
Dr. Joseph Weber
Sid Wolfson
April 28, at Machpelah Ceme- Fund in the British Isles and an had not missed a Jewish holiday
25
1
Louis Cohen
tery. Rabbi Syme will officiate. ardent worker in Zionism, Mrs. or a single of his mother's birth-
MONUMENT CENTER, INC.
Elliman
remained
devoted
to
days without cabling her flowers
Friends and relatives are ask-
Yeshiva Beth Yehuda
661 E. 8 MILE, FERNDALE
JNF, to Zionism and to all Jew- and other gifts. He made periodic
1V2 Blocks E. of Woodward
ed to .attend.
ish causes through out her life. trips to Ireland to visit with his
12305 Dexter
6 Blks. from 3 Jewish
Cemeteries on Woodward
She was a generous contribu- mother, often flying in for a few
JO 4-5557
WE 1-0203
LI 2-8266
tor to Israeli causes, JNF and
all Jewish movements. She also days' visit.
The Family of the Late
befriended causes, JNF and all
JOSEPH
Jewish movements. She also be-
friended the late Dr. Isaac Ha-
SCHUMER
levi Herzog, fcirmer "Ashkenazic
Announces the unveil-
Chief Rabbi of Israel, while he
ing of ‘a monument in
was Chief Rabbi of Ireland.
his memory 1 p.m. Sun-
Born in Zagar, White Russia,
day, April 21 at Chesed
Formerly Karl Berg Memorials — Manuel Urbach & Son
she came to Ireland in 1890. She
shel Emes Cemetery.
13405 CAPITAL near COOLIDGE, OAK PARK
is survived, besides her son in
Rabbi Sperka will offi-
Detroit, by three other sons,
PHOlg: 544-2212
c i a t e. Relatives and
Solomon and Dr. Joseph of Dub-
friends are asked to
OPEN DAILY SUNDAY 9 A.M. to 6 - P.M.; CLOSED SATURDAY
lin and Harry of Belfast; four
attend.
daughters, Mesdames Dora Mann,
Harry Jacobs, Ada Fine and An-

(Unveiling announcements may
be inserted by mailing or by calling
The Jewish News office, 17100 W. 7
Mile Road, Detroit 35, 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, measuing an
inch in depth.)
* * *

In Memoriam

WE REMEMBER

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Louis M. Elliman's Mother Dies in
Dublin, Ireland, at the Age of 97

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