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July 12, 1963 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-07-12

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OBITUARIES

(Unveiling announcements may
be inserted by mailing or by call-
ing The Jewish News office, 17100
W. 7 Mile Rd., Detroit 35, VE
8-9364. Written announcements
must be accompanied by the name
and address of the person making
the insertion. There is a standing
charge of $3.00 for an unveiling
notice, measuring an inch in
depth.)
* * *

The family of the late Max
Roggin announces the unveil-
ing of a monument in his mem-
FRANK GLADSTONE, 19509
M I NNIE ALPER, 25915
ory noon Sunday, July 14, at
JOSEPH CHESS, 20237 West-
Chesed shel Emes Cemetery. Burgess, died July 7. Survived Salem, Huntington Woods, died brook, died July 6th. Survived
Rabbi Sperka • will officiate. by wife, Shirley; son, Michael; July 4. She leaves daughter, by wife, Dorothy; sons, Murray
Relatives and friends are asked daughters, Mrs. Dianne Waldron Mrs. Donald Morris, a brother A, and Ronald J.; brother, Hy-
of Seattle, Wash., Gail and and two grandchildren.
to attend.
man Greenberg; and sister, Mrs.
* * *
Linda; mother, Bertha Gladstone
* *
George (Esther) Kaplan.
Announcement is made of the
of
Cleveland,
0.;
and
brother,
ANNA MORDSKY of Ann
*
*
The family of the late Michael
unveiling of a monument in
Arbor died July 4. She leaves
Taich announces the unveiling Albert of Cleveland.
RACHEL CARPENTER,
memory of the late Goldie
*
* *
sons, Gilbert, William and 17152 Santa Rosa, died July 4th.
Silverstein, 11 a.m. Sunda y, of a monument in his memory
REBECCA PLOTNICK, 11501 Reuben; daughters, Mrs. Ralph Survived by sons, Paul and Dan;
11:30
a.m.
Sunday,
July
21,
at
July 21, at Chesed shel Emes
Petosky, died July 8. Survived by Warner, Mrs. George Grim-
Cemetery. Friends are asked to Chesed shel Emes Cemetery. son, Lazarus; daughter, Mrs. ston, Mrs. Donald Slocum and a daughter, Mrs. John (Sarah)
Rabbi
Goldman
will
officiate.
Nemon and nine grandchildren.
attend.
* *
Relatives and friends are asked Louis (Celia) Dzodin; and four Mrs. Clark Baker; 16 grand-
children and six great-grand-
grandchildren.
to attend.
ABRAHAM STRICKSTEIN,
children.
a * *
a * a
2100 Trumbull, died July 1st.
* * *
The family of the late Ida
- Survived by a son, Nathan, a
SOPHIE
RUDNER,
20111
Pat-
The Family of the Late
ABRAHAM FINEBERG, 18683 daughter, Mrs. Irvin (Helen)
Sax announces the unveiling of ton, died July 9. Survived by
a monument in her memory 1 sons, Dr. Murray Rudner of Wisconsin, died July 5. He Baker, a brother, a sister, and
JACOB RADIN
p.m. Sunday, July 14, at Nusach Flint, Edward and Monty; daugh- leaves sons, Newton and Ray- two grandchildren.
announces the unveil-
Harie Cemetery. Rabbi Aus- ter, Mrs. William (Eva) Finn; mond Fenley; daughter, Mrs.
a * *
ing of a monument in
band will officiate. Relatives 10 grandchildren and a great Saul Robins; a brother, a sister
ANNA FINE, 11501 Petoskey,
his memory 11 a.m.
and four grandchildren.
and friends are asked to attend. grandchildren.
died July 2nd. Survived by sons,
Sunday, July 14, at
* * *
* a
* a a
Max, Jack and Edward; Daugh-
Chesed shel Emes
The family of the late Jay J.
LEON SCHULTZ, 24310 ters, Mrs. Oh a r 1 e s (Pearl)
CLARA BRICKER, 19353
Cemetery. Rabbi S.
Miller announces the unveiling Washburn, died July 10. Sur- Manistee, Oak Park, died July Koenigsberg, Mrs. Arthur
Gruskin will officiate.
of a monument in his memory vived by husband, Ben; son, Al- 6. He leaves wife; Harriet; son, (Bella) Bebes and Mrs. Lilly
Relatives and friends
11 a.m. Sunday, July 14, at bert of Los Angeles; daughter, Jared Alan; parents, Mr. and Garber; 14 grandchildren; 24
are asked to attend.
Clover Hill Cemetery. Rabbi Mrs. Albert (Sophie) Keystone; Mrs. William Schultz; and two great grandchildren.
sisters.
Groner will officiate. Relatives and three grandchildren.
* * a
a * *
and friends are asked to attend.
SAMUEL BLOOM, 3338 Ty-
* *
ALLEN WEINSTEIN, 2024 ler, died June 30. He leaves a
ETHEL WALDMAN, 14866
Ex-EJWWO Leader
Wildemere, died July 10. She Robina, Berkley, died July 4. sister, Mrs. Rose Whiteman.
The Family of the Late
leaves son, Eugene; daughters, He leaves wife, Ann; son, Har-
Anna Goldberg Dies
Mrs.
Patrick R. (Evelyn) Allan- old; daughter, Mrs. Bernard
ANNIE BOARD
Former president of the Wo- son of Ukiah, Calif., Mrs. Law- Ekelman; two sisters and four
men's European Welfare Organ- rence (Rita) Portman of New grandchildren.
Announces the unveil-
* * *
ization, Mrs. Anna Goldberg, Rochelle, N.Y., and Irene; and
ing of a monument in
PHILIP STONE, 18419 Men-
13241 W. Chicago, died July 7. six grandchildren.
her memory 2 p.m.
dota, died July 9. Survived by
She was 80.
Sunday, July 14, at
During the coming
* * *
wife, Anna; a s i s t e r, Mrs.
Mrs. Goldberg, a resident of
Chesed shel Emes Cem-
week Yeshiva Beth
IRVING ALTER, 18294 St. Samuel Holtz.
Detroit for 50 years, was active
Yehuda will observe
etery. Rabbi Stollman
Marys, died July 5th. Survived
* * *
the Yahrzeit of the
in Jewish community affairs.
will officiate, Relatives
by wife, Clara; a son John.
following
departed
JOSEPH LIPSON, 18452
Surviving her are sons, Sid-
and friends are asked
friends, with the
Schaefer, died July 7. Survived
ney, Harry and Edward; daugh-
to attend.
traditional Memorial
by sons, Jack and Eugene;
ters, Mrs. Babe Simmons and Sponsor of Hospitals
Prayers, recitation of
daughter, Mrs. Louis (Ida) Hoff-
Mrs. Mark Eichenberg; seven
Kaddish and study-
in
Israel,
Lefrak
Dies
man;
a
brother,
a
sister,
seven
grandchildren and two great-
ing of Mishnayes.
grandchildren.
.!
NEW YORK, (JTA)—Harry grandchildren, and a great
Hebrew Civil
Lefrak, prominent Jewish real grandchild.
Tamuz July
The Family of the Late
* * *
estate executive and philan-
Hyman Kowa' .
19
11
Chaya Bas Moshe
thropist, died here July 1, at
BELLA GtADMAN, 13518
19
VIOLET and
11
The Family of the Late
Sarah
Leah
Martin
19
11
the
age
of
78.
A
pioneer
in
Norfolk, died July 5th. Survived
Meyer Burns
19
MORRIS
11
Annie Samet
apartment construction in New by sons Jack, Mac and Frank;
ZELICK
19
11
APPLEBAUM
Siegfried
Hess
20
12
York City, he was the founder five grandchildren.
KOWALSKY
Max Karol
20
12
Announces the unveil-
* * *
of one of the largest construc-
Rubin Nelson
20
12
Announces
the
unveil.
ing of a monument in
tion
'firms
in
the
United
States.
Samuel
Glickman
MARTHA COHEN, 28425
21
13
ing of a monument in
Lena Firestone
their memory 11:30
21
13
Born
in
Russia,
Mr.
Lefrak
Sutherland, Southfield, died
his memory 11 a.m.
Anna Levine
21
13
a.m. Sunday, July 14, at
was taken as a child to Pales- July 4. She leaves a daughter,
Benjamin Krass
21
13
Sunday, July 21, at
Oak View Cemetery in
Nathan Moehiman
tine
where
he
lived
for
several
22
14
Mrs.
Amy
Rasmussen,
a
sister
Clover Hill Park Cem-
Louis Katzer
22
14
Royal Oak. Relatives
years before emigrating to the and a grandchild.
Solomon Chesluk
22
etery. Rabbi Levin and
14
and friends are asked
* * *
Samuel Gold
United
States.
Through
the
22
14
Cantor Frankel will of-
to attend.
Eva
Berman
23
15
Lefrak
Foundation,
he
spon-
ELI GOUTMAN, 12015 12th
ficiate. Relatives and
Boruch Birman
23
15
sored the William Lambert St., died July 4th. Survived by
Louis Gunsberg
23
15
friends are asked to at-
Bernard Swartz
23
15
Hospital
in
Beersheba,
Beth
wife,
Beila;
sons,
Emanuel
and
tend.
Charles P. Nakelsky 24
16
Levinstein Hospital and the Dolya (R o s e m on t, Pa.); a
Pinchas N. Engler
24
16
Harry and arah Lefrak Medical brother, a sister, and five grand-
Bessie Krakofsky
25
17
Samuel
Harris
25
Center
in
Haifa.
He
was
active
17
children.
The Family of the Late
Joel Siwak
26
18
in the work of the United
Jean Bernstein
26
18
AARON
Jewish Appeal and Histadrut
Morris Evans
27
19
Mrs. Harry Brody,
Hyman Levine
and supported the Jewish Na-
27
19
Sid Wolfson
STOLLMAN
Daughter of the Late
tional Fund.
Announces • the unveil-
MONUMENT CENTER, INC.
Yeshiva
Beth
Yehuda
ing of a monument in
661 E. 8 MILE, FERNDALE
JOCHEWET
1 1/2 Blocks E. of Woodward
his memory 1 p.m.
Harry Chaiken Dies
12305 Dexter
LUMERMAN
6 Blks. from 3 Jewish
Sunday, July 14, at
Harry
Chaiken,
owner
.
and
Cemeteries on Woodward
Announces the unveil-
Northwest Hebrew
LI 2-8266
JO 4-5557
operator
of
the
Chaiken
Park-
WE 1-0203
ing of a monument in
Memorial Park Ceme-
ing Company at 560 Macomb
her memory 10 a.m.
tery. Rabbi Stollman
for more than 40 years, died
Sunday, July 14, at
will officiate. Rela-
July 10. He was 75. Mr. Chai-
Chesed shel Emes
tives and friends are
Sidney A. Deitch
ken, 17140 Kentucky, leaves
Cemetery. Rabbi Leo
asked to attend.
his wife, Fannie; sons, Paul,
Goldman will officiate.
Irving, Isadore and Jack; a sis-
Relatives and friends
Serving Detroit's Jewish Community from the Same Location
ter, Mrs. Harry Shapen; a
are asked to attend.
for 30 Years . . . "Our Experience Is Your Guarantee"
brother, Louis Chaiken; 10
grandchildren and three great
2744 W. Davison at Lawton TOwnsend 8-6923
grandchildren.
(Between Linwood and Dexter)
William Isenberg, Sally
Evenings: DI 1-2276
Best Quality Granites — Personalized Designs
Susman, Yetta Meisel
"Remember
that
you
were
Reasonably Priced
a n d Margaret Ungar
Goldie Wolf,
once a slave."—Deuteronomy 24
announce the unveiling
Daughter of the Late
of a monument in
BESSIE
memory of their be-
loved mother
MICKMAN
AND
of Los Angeles, Calif.
JENNIE
Acknowledges with
ISENBERG
grateful appreciation
1 p.m. Sunday, July 21,
the many kind expres-
Formerly Karl Berg Memorials — Manuel Urbach & Son
at Chesed shel Emes
sions of sympathy ex-
Cemetery. Rabbi Stoll-
tended by relatives and
13405 CAPITAL near COOLIDGE, OAK PARK
man will officiate. Rel-
friends during Goldie
PHONE: 544 - 2212
atives and friends ar
Wolf's recent bereave.
asked to attend.
ment.

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