I In Memoriam
DETROIT MONUMENT WORKS
MONUMENTS BY BERGANDURB
Ira Kaufman Chapel, Inc.
DIRECTORS OF FUNERALS
Ira Kaufman- Herbert Kaufman
18325 W. 9 MILE RD., IN SOUTHFIELD
300 ft. West of Northwestern Highway
— Friday, April 3, 1964
Moe Ehrlich, 87, of 10643 , for many years among the most
Santa Maria, a pioneer Detroit active workers for the Jewish
jeweler and diamond importer, National Fund.
Born in Russia, Mr. Ehrlich
died last Saturday, after a pro-
longed illness, at Southfield
MORRIS L. STERN, 1281 Bal-
SAMUEL EPSTEIN, 3841
1898. That year he opened his Monterey, died March 28. Sur- moral, died March 26. He leaves sure, died March 27. He leaves
Funeral services were held first jewelry store here at vived by wife, Lillian; two sons, four sons, Dr. Edward A., Perry his wife, Lillian; two sons, Rob-
Adams and Hastings. His chain Murray of Hempstead, N.Y., and S., Meyer H. and Dr. Leonard ert and Dr. Herbert; one bro-
Monday at Temple Beth El.
Surviving him are his wife, of jewelry establishments later Ralph; a daughter, Mrs. Abra- H.; two daughters, Mrs. Harry ther, one sister and three grand-
Fannie; son, Harold N.; daugh- numbered seven stores. He ham ( Miriam) Schwartz; one Newmark and Mrs. Milton (Mil- children.
ters, Mrs. Lawrence (Helen) specialized in importing gems sister and seven grandchildren. dred) Weiss; one sister, 12
NATHAN FARBE R, 19328
and became an authority on
grandchildren and seven great-
Schaefer, died March 28. He
SAM SAUL SOLOMON, 6334 grandchildren.
leaves his wife, Luba; two sons,
* 0 *
He was a member of Temple London, died March 27. Sur-
Beth El, Detroit Shrine and laved
MORRIS COHEN, 13750 Dex- Clement and Martin; a daughter,
by wife, Addie; a son,
Perfection Lodge F&Al ■
died March 26. He leaves Mrs. Meyer (Marilyn) Green-
Dennis; a daughter, Mrs. Larry
Dora; a son, Bernard berg; and three grandchildren.
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Zionist David Goldberg land, Fla.; one brother, two Conn; a daughter, Mr. Gerald
SUSAN ELAINE PARKANS,
(Edna) Katz; mother, Mrs. Betsy
Succumbs at Age 60
Cohen; three brothers, one sis- 23624 Plumbrooke, Southfield,
David Goldberg, 17404 Wis-
ter, five grandchildren and one died March 28. She leaves her
consin, owner and operator of
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Peerless Recordings, died Thurs- Webb, died March 26. Survived
Parkans; a brother, Richard; and
by daughter, Mrs. Henry (Ella)
day at age 60.
SAMUEL GOLDSTEIN, 14579 her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. Goldberg, a native De- Herrmann, and two grand-
Sussex, died March 31. He I. Parkans. * *
troiter, founded the company
leaves his wife, Elizabeth; two
25 years ago.
MICHAEL S. DORF, 3016 W.
ESTHER FISHMAN, 20414 sons, Ben and Joseph; a
A member of the Zionist
Outer Drive, died March 28. He
Organization of America, Cheyenne, died March 30. Sur- Fagler, and four grandchildren. leaves his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Labor Zionist Organization vived by three sons, Sidney,
Louis Dorf; a brother, Joel M.;
and Temple Israel, he also Louis, and Jay H. Fisher; two
a sister, Sarah E.; and his grand-
MURRAY K 0 R AS H, 20555 father, Sam Greenwald.
was current president of daughters, Celia and Mrs.
Stephen Wise Chapter, Amer- Morris (Lynne) Rochlin; one Lahser, died March 26. He
leaves a sister, Mrs. Ada Feld- 300,000 Israeli Oranges for U.S.
sister and 11 grandchildren.
ican Jewish Congress.
man; three nieces and one great-
More than 300,000 crates of
He leaves his wife Bella; two
LILLY GELMAN, 13276 N. niece.
Israeli oranges are being mar-
daughters, Mrs. David Wesley
Norfolk, died March 31. Sur-
keted in the United States dur-
Michelson and Mrs. Milton and Mrs. Ezra Lipshitz and five vived by three sons,' Sidney,
MELVIN GOLDBERG, 18444
ing the current season compared
(Beatrice) Klivans of Youngs-
Benjamin and Louis; three Littlefield, died March 26. He with less than 100,000 crates
town; six grandchildren and
daughters, Mrs. Jack (Celia)
three great-grandchildren. He Harry Entin Is Dead;
Cohen, Mrs. Bernard (Dorothy) sons, Dr. Neil Garrett and Jerry
was the brother of the late Operated a Laundry
Roberts, and Mrs. Herbert Garret; a daughter, Bonnie; four
Joseph H. Ehrlich, who was one
Harry Entin, who had opera- (Fay) Friedenberg, of Hicks- brothers, three sisters and three
of Detroit's most prominent
ted a laundry and dry cleaning ville, N.Y; one sister and 14 grandchildren. * *
leaders in the 1320s and 1930s.
establishment in his home at grandchildren. * * *
His mother, Zena Ehrlich, was
16225 Santa Rosa for 15 years,
ERNESTINE SCHLESINGER, sar, died March 28. He leaves
died Monday at age 68.
During the coming
Mr. Entin retired four years 11501 Petoskey, died March 30. a son, Martin; a daughter, Mrs.
week Yeshiva Beth
ago. He was a charter member Survived by a son, Henry; and Eugene (Anne) Jaffe; one bro-
Yehuda will observe
of the Laundry Workers Union, a daughter, Mrs. Karl (Flora) ther and five * grandchildren.
the Yohrzeit of the
a member of the Workmen's Ebner, of Vienna.
* * *
MARTHA R. FRIEDMAN,
Circle for 43 years and secre-
friends, with the
HILDA BE RMA N, 17158 10718 St. Martins. died March
tary-treasurer of its Golden
Roselawn, died March 30. Sur- 28. She leaves her husband
Prayers, recitation of
(Unveiling announcements may Ring Club, a member of the
be inserted by mailing or by call- Abraham Reisen School and a vived by three sons, Irving, Max; mother, Mrs. Kate Siegel;
Kaddish and study-
ing The Jewish News office, 17100
and three sisters.
ing of Mishnayes.
W. 7 Mile Rd., Detroit 35, YE delegate to the Jewish Commu-
* * *
8-9364. Written announcements nity Council.
must be accompanied by the name
He leaves his wife, Nadia; a Mrs. Sam (Anne) Linsky, Mrs. Chesterfield, died March 29. He
iknd address of the person making
Abraham Selector 23
the insertion. There is a standing
daughter, Mrs. Joseph (Helen)
charge of $3.00 for an unveiling
ben (Pearl) Wolnez, Mrs. Nor- leaves his son, Dr. Jack; two
Shifra Stollman 23
notice, measuring an inch in
daughters, Mrs. Charles (Edith)
and two grandchildren.
Yisroel ben Reuven 24
4: * *
Mrs. Roy (Gertrude) Goldberg, Heiman a n d Mrs. Samuel
of N. Miami Beach; 20 grand- (Gladys) Hyman. * *
The family of the late Joseph
Samuel Lowenbaum 24
children and six great-grand-
Levine announces the unveil-
ALBERT A. GOODMAN,
ing of a monument in his
30545 Rushmore Circle, Bir-
memory 2 p.m. Sunday, April
BEN SHPLECE, 4024 W. Davi- mingham, died March 31. He
5, at Machpelah Cemetery.
In loving memory of our dear
Rabbi Gorrelick will officiate. mother, daughter and sister, son, died March 26. He leaves Arthur; three brothers and two
Louis R. Burns
Relatives and friends are asked Rose (Tomarin) Wool, who his wife, Dora; a son, Harold E.;
passed away April 9, 1953 (24
Chaya Sara Blotnick 27
days in Nisan).
Sadly missed and always re- Mrs. Rose Chabensky,
membered by children Carol Boeskys' Sister, Dies
MONUMENT CENTER, INC.
The Family of the Late
and Joseph, parents Mr. and
Mrs. Rose Chabensky, sister
661 E. 8 MILE, FERNDALE
Mrs. Ben Tomarin, brothers of the late William Boesky, res-
1 1 /2 Blocks E. of Woodward
6 Blks. from 3 Jewish
Jack and Gilbert, sisters Mary taurateur, died Sunday at age
Announces the unveil-
Cemeteries on Woodward
ing of a monument in
Mrs. Chabensky, born in Rus-
her memory 1 p.m. Sun-
sia, lived in Detroit 51 years.
day, April 5, at Chesed
She was a member of Turover
shel Emes Cemetery.
Rabbi Lehrman will of-
who passed away on April 5, ciety.
See SAMUEL GORLICK
ficiate. Relatives and
at the old and reliable
She leaves a son, Abe Cha-
friends are asked to
Yeshiva Beth Yehuda
Sadly missed and always re- ben; a daughter, Mrs. Charles J.
SHELDON GRANITE CO.
19800 Woodward Ave.
membered by his wife, Beat- (Libbie) Newman; four broth-
Detroit, Mich. — TO 8-1724
ryce; children, Shere and Mich- ers, Abe, Sam, Harry and Saul
Serving The Jewish Community
For Over 60 Years
ael; parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mor- Boesky; seven grandchildren
ris Malin; brothers, Larry, Isa- and five great-grandchildren.
dore and Ben; and sister, Mrs.
Sidney A. Deitch
The Family of the Late
CARD OF THANKS
DR. HAROLD B.
Evelyn Spinner acknowledges
Serving Detroit's Jewish Community from the Same Location
In Loving Memory of
with grateful appreciation the
for 30 Years . . . "Our Experience Is Your Guarantee"
Wishes to thank their
2744 W. Davison at Lawton
pathy extended by relatives and
many friends for the
Evenings: DI 1-2276
(Between Linwood and Dexter)
friends during the family's re-
Best Quality Granites—Personalized Designs Reasonably Priced
during their bereave-
19, 1960 (22 days in
ment. It would be ap-
preciated if any fur-
Sadly missed and al-
ways remembered by
made in his memory
his mother and father,
Formerly Karl Berg Memorials And Manuel Urbach & Son
be given to the build-
Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas
ing fund for the new
CAPITAL NEAR COOLIDGE, OAK PARK
Yova and sister Marcia
OPEN DAILY & SUNDAY 9 A.M. TO 5 P.M.. CLOSED SATU,RDAY
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Pioneer Jeweler Moe Ehrlich Dies