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July 10, 1964 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1964-07-10

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Dr. Irving Shulak,
Psychiatrist Dies

OBITUARIES

LEON TARIEN, 667 W. Han-
cock, died July 2. Survived by a
sister, Mrs. Lillian Kirsh.
* * *
ISADORE SHAPIRO, 18084
Washburn, died July 2. Survived
by wife, Ann; a son, Harvey; a
daughter, Mrs. Harry (Renee) Majt-
lis; two brothers and two grand-
children.
* * *
MEYER ALDERMAN, 11501
Petoskey, died July 3. Surivived
by a son, Ben; a daughter, Mrs.
Samuel (Belle) Kayne and five
grandchildren.
* * *
KATIE BERGER, 16537 Ken-
tucky, died July 3. Survived by
husband, Sam and two brothers,
Ignatz and Morris Kraus.
* * *
MORRIS TRIVAX, 19914 Sun-
bury, Livonia, died July 4. Sur-
vived by three sons, Seymour,
Nathan and Harry; three daugh-
ters, Mrs .Saul (Mollie) Horrell of
Phoenix, Mrs. Gerald (Shirley)
Leider and Mrs. Eva Barach; 14
grandchildren and three great-
grandchildren.
* * *
FRED LOPATIN, 1068 Louis,
Windsor, died July 5. Survived by
wife, Bessie; four sons, Hyman,
Leonard, Reuben and Irwin of
Windsor; two daughters, Mrs. Alvin
(Beverly) Shapiro and Mrs. Har-
old (Arlene) Goldberg; and 12
grandchildren.

Monument
Unveilings

(Unveiling announcements may be
inserted by mailing or by calling The
Jewish News office, 17100 W. 7 Mile
Rd., Detroit 35, VE 8.9364. Written an-
nouncements must be accompanied by
the name and address of the person
making the insertion. There is a stand-
ing charge of $3.00 for an unveiling
notice, measuring an inch in depth.)
* * *

The family of the late Max Swa-
rinsky announces the unveiling of
a monument in his memory noon
Sunday, July 19, at Chesed shel
Ernes Cemetery. Relatives and
friends are asked to attend.
* * *
The family of the late Mary
Coopersmith announces the unveil-
ing of a monument in her memory
12:30 p.m. Sunday, July 26, at
Workmen's Circle Cemetery (Yid-
dish Folks Farein Section). Rabbi
Arm will officiate. Relatives and
friends are asked to attend.
* * *
The family of the late Sarah
Berman announce the unveiling
of a monument in her memory 1
p.m. Sunday, July 19, at Machpelah
7emetery. Rabbi Lehrman will of-
_ ,iciate. Relatives and friends are
- asked to attend.
* *
The family of the late Lillian
Heller announces the unveiling of
a monument in her memory 1 p.m.
Sunday, July 12, at Chesed shel
Emes Cemetery, Section 1. Rabbi
Levin will officiate. Relatives and
friends are asked to attend.

The Family of the Late

NATHAN GOLD

Announces the unveiling
of a monument in his
memory 12 noon Sunday
July 19, at Turov er
Cemetery. Rabbi Sperka
w i.11 officiate. Relatives
and friends are asked to
attend.

,

MAX KLEIN, 21722 Stratford
Ct., Oak Park, died July 5. Sur-
vived by wife, Betty; a son, Irwin;
and two daughters, Mrs. Morton
(Roslyn) Weinger and Harmaine;
two brothers, one sister and six
grandchildren.
* * *
CLAIRE AXELROD, 746 Col-
lingwood, died July 2. She leaves
a son, Allan; a daughter, Mrs. Al-
bert Ginsberg; two brothers and
two grandchildren.
* * *
MELVYN SCHUBINER, 18481
Prairie, died July 4. He leaves his
wife, Betty; a son, Charles; a
daughter, Joyce; mother, Mrs. Max
Schubiner; and one sister.
* * *
NATHAN SH AP IR 0, 11501
Petoskey, died July 3. He leaves
two sons, Harry and Ben; a sister
and three grandchildren.
* * *
KATHY E. OSHINSKY, 922
Cora, Wyandotte, died July 3. She
leaves her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Albert Oshinsky; a b r o t he r,
David; and grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. Mandel Oshinsky and Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph Marchand.

*

*

ALBERT C. ROSENBERG, Mia-
mi Beach, died July 4. He leaves
his wife, Sylvia; a son, Michael;
one brother, one sister and one
grandchild.
* * *
FLORENCE LEVY, 19450 Mark
Twain. died July 5. She leaves her
husband, Maurice; a son. Stephen;
and a daughter, Mrs. Stuart (Don-
na Lynn) Left.

*

4, *

SARAH HAMMER, 18252 Tracey,
died July 7. She leaves her hus-
band, John; a son, Bernard; two
sisters and three grandchildren.
* * *
WILLARD KINGSTON, 8121 W.
Seven Mile, died July 5. Survived
by his father, Lawrence, and a
brother, Brian.
* * *
ABRAHAM (ALBERT) SOLL,
11501 Petoskey, died July 5. Sur-
vived by a son, Leonard, and three
daughters, Mrs. Harry (Ethel) Fox
of Skokie, Ill., Mrs. Joseph (Isa-
belle) Kleiman of Lincolnwood, Ill.,
and Mrs. Betty Dresner.
* * *
111,LIE TARAN, 18150 New
Jersey, Southfield, died July 7. She
leaves her husband, Harry; a son,
Irving; two daughters, Mrs. Leon-
arl (Lily) Cousins and Alice; two
brothers, three sisters and five
grandchildren.

Our Error

We regret the name of Miss
Reva Usher was erroneously omit-
ted last week in the list of sur-
vivors of her late brother, Dr.
William Usher.

Detroit psychiatrist Dr. Irving
B. Shulak, 18050 Fairway, died
Monday. He was 59.
Dr. Shulak was chief of out-
patient neuropsychiatry at Harper
Hospital and consultant in neur-
ology and psychiatry at Herman
Kiefer Hospital, having practiced
here since he received his medical
degree at Rush Medical College
in 1930.
Born in Russia, Dr. Shulak lived
in Detroit 40 years and was a
major in the Army Medical Corps
in World War II. He was a member
of the Central Neuropsychiatric
Society, Phi Delta Epsilon and the
American and Wayne County me-
dical societies, besides being a
fellow of the American Psychiatric
Society. Dr. Shulak was a member
of Temple Beth El.
He is survived by his wife, Ber-
nice; a son, Dr. Bruce of Ann
Arbor; a daughter, Dr. Jo D. (Mar-
lene) Isaacson; three brothers,
Harry, Max and Louis; and three
grandchildren.

Philip Wuntner Dies;
Served Michigan as
Asst. Attorney General

Philip Wuntner, assistant at-
torney general for the state of
Michigan, died Wednesday at age
57. In charge of the department
of revenue and the board of tax
appeals, he was a state employe
25 years. He was born in Poland
and lived in Detroit 55 years.
Mr. Muntner, 19790 Appoline,
was a member of Cong. Beth
Aaron and its mens club. Past
master of Craftsman Lodge,
F. & A.M., he also belonged to
Detroit Consistory and Moslem
Shrine and the Crescent Shrine
Club. He was a member of the
Detroit and State Bar associations.
Survivors are his wife, Ruth; a
son, Sanford; a daughter, Mrs.
David (Lynn) Engelbert; two
brothers, Isadore and Ben; three
sisters, Mrs. Leo (Ann) Wein-
garden, Mrs. Molly Dinovitz and
Mrs. James (Yetta) Weiss; and
one grandchild.

"The senseless crime should
make us all stop, think and renew
our faith."
The words were spoken by Rabbi
Hayim Donin of Cong. Bnai David
at funeral services for Sheldon
Robert Miller, age 14, who died
alongside his best friend on the
eve of July the Fourth.
Sheldon and Francis Patrick
Brown, 17, were shot and killed
by a still-unidentified assailant
while the two neighbor boys
played in a Northwest Side park.
A $5,000 reward was offered by
neighborhood merchants for in-
formation leading to the capture
of the murderer.
The son of the Abraham
Millers, 17663 Huntington, Shel-
don was a student in the accel-
erated honors program at Cass
Tech High School. The ninth
grader often had voiced the hope
to become an engineer.
Rabbi Joseph Hirsch, former
principal of the Borman branch
of the United Hebrew Schools,
where Sheldon attended classes
prior to Bar Mitzvah at Cong.
Beth Joseph last year, remembered
the boy as "quiet and pleasant."

Nathan Richter, Formerly
of Detroit, Dead at 70

William-Auerbach-Levy,
Caricaturist, Is Dead

1

SYLVIA SHARP

See SAMUEL GORLICK

AVRUM SEYMOUR
HARRIS

SHELDON GRANITE CO.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, July 10, 1964
31

ROSH HASHANAH IS SEPT. 7
NOW IS THE RIGHT TIME
TO ORDER A MONUMENT
FOR THE HOLIDAY UNVEILING

MONUMENTS

In Memory of Our Beloved
Son and Brother

Who passed from our
midst July 4, 1945 (23
days in Tamuz). Sadly
missed and always re-
membered by his mother,
brother and sister.

He also belonged. to the Redford
Boys Club, and the family has
requested that any donations in
Sheldon's name be made to the
club.
Besides his parents, he leaves
a sister, Linda, 17, and his grand-
parents, the Louis Millers of
Tucson, Ariz.
Sheldon was buried at Mach-
pelah Cemetery, his Catholic
friend "Pat" at Holy Sepulchre
Cemetery.

Dr, Joseph D. Foote,
Flint Dentist, Dies

Dr. Joseph D. Foote, Flint den-
tist active in local Jewish activi-
ties, died June 30 at age 54.
The Russian-born Dr. Foote
came to Flint in 1913. He was a
member of Temple Beth El and its
brotherhood; Bnai Brith; Alpha
Omega dental fraternity; Willo-
wood Country Club; American Den-
tal Association; and Michigan and
Genesee County District dental so-
cieties.
Dr. Foote leaves his wife, Edith;
three sons, Dr. Bruce, Howard and
David; a daughter, Andrea; and
a sister, Mrs. Max (Lena) Lebowski
of Detroit.

Nathan Richter, a former prod-
uce business operator here, died
July 5 at his home in Miami Beach,
where he had lived since retiring
six years ago.
Mr. Richter, 70, had lived in the
Detroit area for over 30 years, and
was a member of the Hebrew
Benevolent Society and Chesto-
chover.
He is survived by his wife,
Gertrude; a son, Eli; a daughter,
Mrs. George (Pearl) Cohan; a
brother, George; a sister, Mrs.
Yaakov Gottlieb; and six grand-
children.

OSSINING, N.Y. (JTA) — Wil-
liam Auerbach-Levy, noted Ameri-
can-Jewish caricaturist and artist,
died here at the age of 75. For
four decades, from 1910, he was
one of the most popular caricatur-
ists in the United States.
New York Philanthropist
Born in Brest-Litovsk, Russia, he
Jacob Cohen Dead at 92
was brought to this country at the
NEW YORK (JTA)—Jacob H. age of five, and grew up on New
Cohen, an industrialist and philan-
thropist who was active in a wide York's Lower East Side. Mr. Auer-
bach-Levy was considered respon-
variety of Jewish causes, long-time sible for making caricature an in-
resident of Brooklyn, died July 6 tegral part of
the daily press in
at the age of 92.
this country.
Born in Russia, he came to the
United States in 1900. He establish-
ed a lumber company of which
Sid Wolfson's
he was president until his death.
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The Family of the Late

Acknowledges with grate-
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kind expressions of sym-
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tives and friends during
the family's recent be-
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