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June 21, 1963 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-06-21

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Livonia Optometrist
Dr. L. A. Garelik Dies

The owner of H. Meer Dental
Supply Co., Harry Meer, 19934
Shrewsbury, died June 18. He
was 66.
Mr. Meer was a member of
Cong. Bnai Moshe Men's Club,
Bnai Brith and the Jewish Home
for Aged. Surviving are his wife,
Tillie; son, Howard; daughters,
Mrs. Herbert B. Handelsman and
Mrs. Arnold Wisper; two broth-
ers, a sister and eight grand-
children.

An optometrist with offices
in Livonia, Dr. Laurence A.
Garelik, 21740 W. Hampton, Oak
Park, died June 19. He was 33.
Dr. Garelik was a member of
the Oak Radio Club and the
Civil Defense Organization. He
was graduated from the North-
ern Illinois College of Optom-
etry.
Dr. Garelik leaves his wife.
Kathleen; sons, Robert and
Bruce; daughter, Paula; and
mother, Mrs. Jose Winsen.

I

In Memoriam

In loving memory of our be-
loved mother, daughter and
sister, Charlotte Robbins, who
passed away June 30, 1954 (29
days in Sivan). Sadly missed
and always remembered.

In loving memory of
our beloved husband,
father and grandfather

NORMAN
SCHREIBER

Who passed away June
29, 1960. Missed very
much by his wife, Ru-
bye; daughters, Mrs.
Joseph (Winnie) Sny-
der, Mrs. Mel (Sybil)
Markowitz and Mrs.
Michael (Marge) Gold-
man; and grandchil-
dren, Mike, Annette
a n d Bryan Snyder,
Andy, Mindy, Normie
and Ricky Markowitz.

In Loving Memory of
Our Dear and Precious
Mother

FRANCES ROTH

Who passed away one year
ago today, June 21, 1962.
The moon and stars are
-
shining •
On a lone and silent
grave;
Beneath lies one we
dearly love,
But whom we could not
save.
This is your anniversary;
It ends the first sad year.
It is beyond our thinking.
Why you left us,
Mother dear.
We wanted to comfort
you;
We tried our very best.
But our Lord made a
decision
m, that you
Darling Mo
deserved a rest.
When evening shadows
start falling
And we sit quietly
alone,
To our hearts there
comes a longing
If you could only come
home.
Friends may think we
have forgotten,
When at times they
see us smile;
Little do they know the
heartaches
That our smiles hide all
the while.
Thank you "our dearest
one" for being such a
wonderful mother. Your
heartbroken son, Robert,
and daughters, Helene,
Shirley, Jerry and Joan.

Milton Gordon Dies

Milton Gordon, 18685 Wilde-
mere, died June 14. He was 62.
IVIr. Gordon was a manufac-
turer's representative. He was
active in the zionist movement
here as early as three decades
ago. His affiliations included
Cong. Shaarey Zedek, Frank-
lin Hills Country Club, the 100
Club, the Michigan Metal Deal-
ers Association, the Masons and
the Shrine. He was also active
in the Allied Jewish Campaign,
United. Foundation and Old
Newsboys.
Surviving Mr. Gordon are his
wife, Ruth; sons, David and
Henry; daughter, Susan; three
sisters and two grandchildren.

Ameroll Rothschild,
Architect, Dies at 52

Ameroll F. Rothschild, asso-
ciate professor of architectural
engineering at Ohio University,
died June 15 in Athens, 0. He
was 52.
Mr. Rothschild, a native of
Detroit, had accepted the Ohio
University appointment in
February. He had been a prac-
ticing architect in Detroit. Mr.
Rothschild had re c e i v e d his
B.A. and M.A. degrees from the
University of Michigan.
Surviving are his wife, Fay;
son, Charles; daughter, Marilyn;
mother, Mrs. Julius Rothschild;
and a brother, Julius S. Roths-
child.

CARD OF THANKS
The family of the late Benja-
min Herman acknowledges with
grateful appreciation the many
kind expressions of sympathy
extended by relatives a n d
friends during the family's re-
cent bereavement.

The Family of the Late

SARAH and
MEYER H.
WEINBERG

of Ramatayim, Israel
Acknowledges with
grateful appreciation
the many kind expres-
sions of sympathy ex-
tended by relatives
and friends during the
family's recent be-
reavement. (Sarah
passed away May 13.
Meyer passed away
May 23.)

IN MEMORIAM

OBITUARIES

J E N N I E SUSSMAN, 10750
Saratoga, Oak Park, died June
13. Survived by sons, Edward
Bell and Harold Belli& of Rego
Park, L.I.; two brothers, a sis-
ter, five grandchildren and seven
great grandchildren.
*
*
LOUIS GELFUND, 19701 Ruth-
erford, died June 13. Survived
by son, Stanley; daughter, Mrs.
Evelyn Holliday; and three
grandchildren.
* * *
BENNIE ROTTENBERG,
19950 Kentfield, died June 14.
Survived by wife, Beckie; daugh-
ters, Mrs. Ethel Abraham, Mrs.
Edward (Gertrude) Kline of
Sherman Oaks, Calif., and Mrs.
Leonard (Anne) Radner; a
brother and eight grandchildren.

GOLDIE BEDNARSH, 24286
Collidge, Oak Park, died June
20. She leaves son, Max; daugh-
ter, Mrs. Nettie Tuchmintz; and
two grandchildren.
* * *
RACHAEL GROSSMAN,
11501 Petoskey, died June 19.
She . leaves sons, Harry N.,
David, Manuel and Martin;
daughters, Mrs. Nathan Fish-
man and Mrs. Daniel Birn-
baum; 19 grandchildren and
five great grandchildren.
* * *
MYER D. ADELSTEN, 31380
Gable, Livonia, died June 17.
He leaves his wife, Irene; sons,
Mark and Paul; daughters, Bev-
erly and Marilyn; a brother and
two sisters.

Mrs. Anna Zack Dies

Widely active in Jewish com-
munal affairs, Mrs. Anna Zack,
1955 Balmoral, died June 18.
She was 66.
She was a member of Cong.
Adas Shalom ORT, Hadassah,
Jewish Women's European Wel-
fare Organization, Brandeis Uni-
versity Jewish National Fund,
United Hebrew Schools and the
Zionist Organization of America.
Surviving Mrs. Zack are sons,
Bernard, Benn and Joseph;
daughters, Mrs. Harry Weber,
Mrs. Max Beitman, Mrs. Irving
Katz • and Mrs. Nat Margolis; a
sister, two brothers and 18
grandchildren.

N.Y. Philanthropist
Samuel Brimberg Dies

ATLANTIC BEACH, L.I.,
(JTA) - Samuel N. Brimberg,
a founder of the Albert Einstein
College of Medicine of Yeshiva
University and doner of the New
York University's Chair of He-
brew Education and Culture,
died in his home here, aged 75.

Noted Benefactor
Joe Weinstein Dies

NEW YORK, (JTA) - Joe
Weinstein, 66, owner of a de-
partment store chain and out-
standing Jewish philanthropist,
who gave generously to both
Jewish and non - secretarian
causes, died in his home of a
heart attack after having been
ill for several months.

JOSEPH M. SELICK, 16210
Kentucky, died June 14. Survived
by wife, Bella; sons, Al and Isa-
dore; daughters, Mrs. John Y.
(Jessica) Raben, Mrs. Benjamin
(Ann) Rubin and Mrs. Mickey
(Marion) Manning; and 19
grandchildren.
* *
MARIE GOODMAN, 7301
DeSoto, died June 13. Survived
by sons, Samuel of New London,
Conn., and Gilbert of Zanesville,
0.; and six grandchildren.
*
SAM KATANICK, 24621 Clo-
verlawn, Oak Park, died June
15. Survived by wife, Lilly;
daughter, Cecelia; father, Usher;
three brothers and two sisters.

7 f:
ROSE JACOBS, 20574 Ruther-
ford, died June 17. She leaves
sons, Sam and Milton; and
daughter, Mrs. Sam Solomon. In-
terment, Youngstown, 0.

* * *

MARY EISMAN, 18095 Pen-
nington, died June 16. She leaves
son, Manuel; daughter, Mrs. Fred
Rosen; three brothers, three
sisters and three grandchildren.
*
*
FRANCES MEYER S, 730
Whitmore Rd., died June 18.
She leaves her husband, Sol F.,
and sisters, Mrs. Jos. Deutch
and Mrs. Norman Goldman.
• * *
ISADORE R 0 S E N, 15352
Snowden, died June 19. He
leaves his wife, Yetta; son, Ger-
ald; daughters, Mrs. Chas. Frost
and Mrs. Gerhard Nellhaus; two
sisters; and eight grandchildren.

Leon Mutchnick Dies

Leon Mutchnick, noted for his
activities in the Mizrachi and
Young Israel movements and for
Bar-Ilan University, died June 15.
Mr. Mutchnick, 25300 Gard-
ner, Oak Park, leaves his wife,
Rose; son, Milton; daughters,
Mrs. Irving (Marilyn) Hersh-
man and Beverly; his mother,
Mrs. Gertrude Mutchnick; t w o
brothers and two grandchildren.

The shot at Sarajevo that
started World War I was fired
by Gavrilo Princip, a student
whose body was racked- by a
constant tubercular cough. Prin-
cip died of TB in an Austrian
prison camp 'in 1917.

Sid Wolfson

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ALLEN ERWIN FEAL K,
19901 Stratford, died June 16.
He leaves his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Norman Fealk, and h i s
grandfather, Sam Fealk.
*
FANNIE DR AZ I N, 18313
Washburn, died June 18. She
leaves a son, Hyman; daughter,
Ruth; and four grandchildren.

WE REMEMBER
71-1M2 71 17N

During the coming
week Yeshiva Beth
Yehuda will observe
the Yahrzeit of the
following departed
friends, with the
traditional Memorial
Prayers, recitation of
Kaddish and study-
ing of Mishnayes.

Hebrew Civil
Sivan June

30
Katherine H. Schey 30
Ernest Grossman
30

Adolpho Nemeroff

mourns the passing of one of its
distinguished Members of the Board of Directors

LEON MUTCHNICK

We pay tribute to his memory for his friendship, for all
the good deeds that marked his active life. Our heart-
felt sympathies go to the entire Mutchnick family. May
they be consoled in their hour of sorrow.
Phillip Stollman, president
Zvi Tomkiewicz, executive director

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Solomon Wnuk
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Harris Buch

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David Kabaker
Emma D. Dana
Benjamin Krause
Sarah Zucker

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Helen Goldstein
David M. Blanke
Abraham Domstein

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David Rosen
Anna Goldin
Nathan Levenberg
Moshe Baruch

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Lester Norman Freed
Bronia Nothman
Sarah Schmier
Louis Freedman
Sophie Cohen
Sarah Finkelstein

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DIRECTORS OF FUNERALS

ABRAHAM N. FEUERMAN,
18994 Fairfield, died June 15.
He leaves his wife, Hattie; sons,
Arnold and George; daughters,
Mrs. Meyer Pensler and Mrs.
Burton Epstein; four sisters and
nine grandchildren.
0
ELEANOR K. FELD, 18708
Marlowe, died June 16. S h e
leaves her husband, Dr. Julius
Feld; son, Jame s; daughter,
Deborah Ann; mother, Mrs. Wil-
liam Mishlove; and sisters, Mrs.
Jerome Hersh and Mrs. Rosalie
Gilfand.

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31 - THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS -- Friday, June 21, 1963

Dental Supply Firm
Owner H. Meer • Dies

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