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March 05, 1965 - Image 39

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-03-05

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Builder Sidney Kalt Dies; Travel Agency Co.- Owner Richard Cott, Founder
Sidney Kalt, co-owner with his a residential builder for many
wife of Bee Kalt Travel, died Feb. years prior to his retirement of Cass Motors, Dies

Richard Cott, owner, founder
three years ago. Born in Detroit,
he belonged to Temple Beth El, and president of Cass Motor Sales,
Knollwood Country Club and for- Chrysler dealership at 5800 Cass,
merly Keidan Lodge, Bnai Brith. died Feb. 26. He was 72.
English-born Mr. Cott, a De-
Besides his wife, Bee, Mr. Kalt,
who was 58, leaves three sons, Al- troiter 50 years, established the
Music Store Owner,
lan, Harold and Steven.; two bro- firm 40 years ago. He was a mem-
thers, one sister and three grand- ber of Cong. Shaarey Zedek, Am-
Max Reich, Is Dead
erican Legion Washington Post,
Musical instrument dealer Max children.
Masons and the Jewish Home for
Reich died Monday. Mr. Reich,
Aged and served as president of
15031 Glastonbury, was 74.
Pontiac Store Co-Founder the Detroit Automotive Dealers
A life resident of Detroit, he Morris Simon Dead at 61 Association and the Boulevard
owned the Max Reich Music Store
Morris Simon, co-founder of Shrine Club.
at 3334 Michigan for over 50
An avid sportsman he sent a
Simms
Brothers, Inc., discount de-
years. He was known to most of
number of stock cars to the In-
the public school teachers through- partment store in Pontiac, died dianapolis Speedway races.
out the city, particularly on the Feb. 27 at age 61. He lived at 277
Mr. Cott 5310 Longmeadow,
Ottawa, Pontiac.
West Side and in the suburbs.
Born in Reading, Pa., Mr. Simon Bloomfield, leaves his wife. Tillie;
Mr. Reich leaves his wife, Flor-
a daughter, Mrs. James (Irene)
ence; a sister, Mrs. Julius Berg was a member of Cong. Bnai Israel Garrity; three brothers, two sis-
and Knollwood Country Club.
and a niece, Mrs. Nathan Slavin.
He leaves his wife, Selma; a ters and three grandchildren.
He was stricken while shoveling
son, Jack; two brothers, four sis-
snow during the storm.
Meyer Jacobstein Dies
ters and three grandchildren.

25. He was stricken while on the
way to work during the snow
storm.
Mr. Kalt, 18940 Fairnfield, was

Meyer Jacobstein (Mike Jacobs),

sales representative for a New
York glove firm, died Wednesday

at age 47. He was a member of
Temple Israel, Roy F. Green Post
of the Jewish War Veterans and
the National Women's and Child's
Apparel organization.
Mr. Jacobstein was born in New
York and lived here 20 years. He
resided at 18612 Pinehurst. Sur-
vivors are his wife, Gertrude; a
daughter, Susan; his mother, Mrs.
Ida Jacobstein of New York; and
a brother Sol.
-

The Family of the Late

SOLOMON
GASPAS

Announces the unveiling
of a monument in his
memory 1 p.m. Sunday,
March 14, at Northwest
Hebrew Memorial Park.
Rabbi Gorrelick will of-
ficiate. Relatives and
friends are asked to at-
tend.

Diane Lichterman Dies

Attorney Manning Green
Succumbs at Age 57

Diane Lichterman, 18905 Lesure,
Manning S. Green, partner in
died Tuesday. She was 47.
Mrs. Lichterman, born in Orillia, the law firm of Green, Breithart
Ont., lived here 41 years. She was an Carmody of Warren, died Sun-
secretary at the Rudy Leitman day. He was 57.
Mr. Green, 16524 Wisconsin,
Insurance Agency and belonged to
Temple Israel, Detroit Chapter was an attorney 35 years. A grad-
Bnai Brith and Friends of Bran- uate of the Detroit College of
Law, he belonged to the Michigan
deis University.
Mrs. Lichterman leaves her hus- and Macomb County Bar associa-
band, Arthur; a son, Sanford; her tions. He was born in Poland and
mother, Mrs. Sarah Levine; one lived here 56 years.
Survivors are his wife, Ellen;
brother, three sisters and two
three sons, Nino E., Paul and Phil-
grandchildren.
ip; a daughter, Mrs. Arthur (Betty)
Schwartz; three brothers, one sis-
ter and three grandchildren.

The Family of the Late

MORRIS
SCHWARTZ

Acknowledges with grate-
ful appreciation the many
kind expressions of sym-
pathy extended by rela-
tives and friends during
the family's bereavement.

In Memoriam I

In memory of our beloved sister,
Lillian Bluestein, who passed
away March 5, 1964. Sadly missed
and always remembered by her
mother, sisters and brothers.

In Loving Memory
of Our Dear Departed
Wife and Mother

The Family of the Late

The Family of the Late

H I LDA BERMAN

EMANUEL
SCHWARTZ

Announces the unveiling
of a monument in her
memory 1:30 p.m. Sun-
day, March '7, at Hebrew
Memorial Park. Rabbi I.
Halpern and Cantor Ac-
kerman will officiate.
Relatives and friends are
asked to attend.

Acknowledges with grate-
ful appreciation the many
kind expressions of sym-
pathy extended by rela-
tives and friends during
the family's recent
bereavement.

OBITUARIES

RUBIN M. KOWALL, 18272
Santa Rosa, died Feb. 25. He
leaves three sons, Harold, Alvin
and Gerald; a daughter, Mrs. Ben
(Leatrice), Faeder;- four sisters
and two grandchildren.
* * *
JACOB (JACK) H E R M A N,
20205 Ward, died March 1. He
leaves his wife, Rita; two daugh-
ters, Mrs. Herbert (Doris) Rosen-
baum and Mrs. Stanton (Lois)
Bocknek; one brother, two sisters
and six grandchildren.
* * *
HAROLD M. ROSEN of High-
land Park, N.J., formerly of De-
troit, died Feb. 25. He leaves his
wife, Jean; two daughters, Paula
and Judy; his mother, Mary, and
father, Dr. Robert Rosen of Spring
Valley, Calif.; and a brother, Don-
ald Rosen of Pleasant Ridge.

MARY FINGEROOT, 19354
Burt, died Feb. 25. Survived by
two sons, Ben and Max;. a daugh-

ter, Mrs. Jerome (Sandra) Gleich-
er; and six grandchildren.
*
* *
LOUIS SNITZ, 3232 Elmhurst,
died Feb. 25. Survived by a son,
Burton; a daughter, Mrs. Sam
(Ruth) Finkel; four brothers; two
sisters and two grandchildren.
*
* *
SAM STEIN, 8000 Pilgrim, died
Feb. 25. Survived by his wife,
Ethel; three sons, Joseph of Cali-

fornia and Louis and Al, both of
Chicago; one sister and five grand-
children.
*
* *
SOL PERITZ, 13086 Sarsfield,
Warren, died Feb. 27. No known

survivors.

*

* *

JOSEPH ROTH, 18501 Kentuc-
* * *
ky, died Feb. 26. Survived by his
Ohio,
IDA LIEBERMAN, 18307

died Feb. 22. Survived by two wife, Ethel; two sons, Harry and
Louis; a daughter, Mrs. Irving
sons, Max and Harry of Atlanta;
a daughter, Mrs. George (Sadie) tRuth) Handleman; one brother,
one sister and five grandchildren.
Bennet; nine grandchildren and
*
* *
14 great-grandchildren.
20418
SARAH BIRNBERG,
* *
*
Snowden Ct., died Feb. 26. Surviv-
ALBERT JAFFIN, 20229 Pre- ed by her husband, Abraham; and
vost, died Feb. 28. Survived by a three step-sons; Max, Jake an
daughter, Mrs. Martin (Resha) Harry of Las Vegas.
Maslowe; and one grandchild.
*
* *
* *
*
RACHEL JEAN ELLENSON,
LOUIS YOLLES, 731 Coving- 18440 Washburn, died Feb. 26.
ton, died Feb. 28. Survived by Survived by three sons, Albert E.,
three sons, Meyer, Sol and Allen; Louis and Harry B.; a daughter,
one brother and two grandchil- Mrs. Ben (Vivian) Jackson; one
dren.
sister, five grandchildren and two
*
* *
great-grandchildren.
BLIMA NAGEL RADER, 11501
*
Petoskey, died Feb. 28. Survived
HELEN GOULDMAN, Detroit,

by four sons, Benjamin, Harry and
David Nagel; a daughter, Mrs.
Bessie Matz of Mount Clemens; 14
grandchildren and 16 great-grand-
children.
* * *
BERTHA SIMON, 1968 Sturtev-
ant, died March 1. Survived by a
daughter, Mrs. Alene Goldstein of
New York City.
* * *
HENRY DONOFSKY, 16846 Men-
dota, died March 1. Survived by his
mother, Mrs. Hilda Donofsky; and
a sister, Mrs. Fred (Rose) Mend-
ers.

died Feb. 28. No survivors.
* * *
ESTHER RAMAH DIAMOND,
20065 Votrobeck Ct., died Feb. 28.
Survived by two sons, David and
Elbert; three daughters Ruth,
Leona and Mrs. Arthur (Fay)
Freedman of Springfield, Pa.; and
twelve grandchildren.

*

*

FRANK GREENWALD, 20221
Evergreen, died March 1. Survived
by his mother, Mrs. Ethel Green-
wald, a son, David; a daughter,
Elissa; and two brothers.
* *
JACOB COHEN, 20194 Cooley,
* * *
died March 2. He leaves a son,
IRVING SCHEFF, 23120 Gar- Theodore Coden; six sisters and
dner, Oak Park, died March 2. Sur- four grandchildren.
vived by his wife, Florence; a son,
Leslie; and two brothers.
* * *
Sid Wolfson's

MONUMENT CENTER, INC.
JENNIE POSNER, .19506 Green-
661 E. 8 MILE, FERNDALE
lawn, died March 3.. Survived by
1 1/2 Blocks E. of Woodward
her husband, Isadore; three sons,
6 Blks. from 3 Jewish
Samuel, Irwin and Leonard; a
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daughter, Mrs. William (Eleanor)
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Schwartz; one brother, four sisters 4elmommaw
and seven grandchildren.
* * *
MONUMENTS
BELLA KLEIN, 2993 Tuxedo,
See
SAM GORLICK
died March 3. Survived by her hus-
at the old and reliable
band, Sam; a son, Edward; two
SHELDON GRANITE CO.
daughters, Mrs. Louis (Rae) Pearl-
. 19800 Woodward Ave.
man and Mrs. Robert (Bess) Fox;
Detroit, Mich. - TO 8-1724
Serving The Jewish Community
three brothers, three sisters and
For Over 60 Years
six grandchildren.

LUCY COHEN

Who passed away March
3, 1964. Greatly missed
by her husband, Irving
Cohen, and children Stew-
art, Ronald and Marlene.

A Memorial Assembly for

I

.

Mrs. Louis Parzen (Tillie)
Hy Sweet and Sam Sweet
announce the unveiling of
a monument for their
mother

ESTHER SWEET

11 a.m. Sunday, March 14,
at Machpelah Cemetery.
Relatives and friends are
asked to attend.

The Family of the Late

IDA KOMAROFF

ALLEN B.
JANAWITZ

will be held 2:30 p.m.

Acknowledges with grate-
ful appreciation the many
kind expressions of sym-
pathy extended by rela-
tives and friends during
the family's recent be-
reavement.

Sunday, March 7, at the

Sho le m Aleichem Insti-

tute. Members and friends

Sidney A.- Deitch

are asked to attend.

DETROIT MONUMENT WORKS

Serving Detroit's Jewish Community from the Same Location
for 30 Years . . . "Our Experience Is Your Guarantee"

The Family of the Late

GABRIEL EISMAN

announces the unveiling of a monument in his mem-
ory noon Sunday, March '7, at Chesed shel Emes
Cemetery. Rabbi Herbert Eskin and Cantor Shabtai
Ackerman of Cong. Beth Abraham will officiate. Rela-
tives and friends are asked to attend.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, March 5, 1965-39

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