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April 23, 1965 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-04-23

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, April 23, 1965-31

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 am
nouncements must be accompanied by
the name and address of the person
making the insertion. There is a stana-
ing charge of $3.00 for an unveiling
notice, measuring an inch in depth.)

5

S

Th family of the late Leon Dub-
rowsky announces the unveiling
of a monument in his memory
11:30 a.m. Sunday, April 25, at
Northwest Hebrew Memorial Park.
Rabbi Gorrelick will officiate. Rel-
atives and friends are asked to
attend.
* *
The family of the late Bernard
Kaufman announces the unveiling
of a monument in his memory 2
p.m. Sunday, May 2, at Beth El
Memorial Park. Rabbi Syme will
officiate. Relatives and friends are
asked to attend.
* * *
The family of the late Eva
Handelsman announces the un-
veiling of a monument in her
memory 2:30 p.m. Sunday, May 2
at Machpelah Cemetery. Rabbi
Wine will officiate. Relatives and
friends are asked to attend.

The Family of the Late

JEANETTE
SHAM RO

Announces the unveiling
of a monument in her
memory noon Sunday, May
2, at Machpelah Cemetery.
Rabbi Gorrelick will offi-
ciate.

The Family of the Late

REBECCA
REISMAN TRINDA

Announces the unveiling
of a monument in her
memory 11:30 a.m. Sun-
day, May 2, at Chesed shiel
Emes Cemetery. Rabbi I.
Halpern will officiate. Re-
latives and friends are
asked to attend.

The Family of the Late

NATHAN M. FISH

Sam Lichtenberg Dies
in Freak Accident

Sam (Simon) Lichtenberg, 65, a
scrap metal buyer, died Monday of
an apparent heart attack when he
was pinned against a fence as he
backed his pickup truck next to a
service station.
The accident occured at Nine
Mile and Greenfield Rds. in Oak
Park.
Mr. Lichtenberg was caught be-
tween a fence pole and the cab
door, which he had opened to see
behind the truck, police said.
The Oak Park man, of 22021
Stratford, lived in this area for 43
years. He was born in Poland.
Mr. Lichtenberg is survived by
his wife, Sally; two sons, Jerry
and Michael; a daughter, M r s.
Harry (Irene) Borkin; and four
grandchildren.

OBITUARIES

FRANK SHULMAN, 14015 Hart,
SAM LEVINE, 19313 Kentucky,
died April 16. He leaves his wife, Oak Park, died April 19. Survived
Diana; two daughters, Mrs. Fred- by his wife, Rose; a son, Louis;
erick (Evelyn) Weissman and Mrs. two daughters, Mrs. Charles
Arthur (Shirley) Robinson; one (E•hel) Simons of Redwood City,
brother, one sister and six grand- Calif., and Mrs. Philip (Mildred)
Bronstein of Los Angeles; and 13
children.
* * *
grandchildren.
BERTHA POTOK, 4110 Coiling-
* efi *
SADIE LILLIAN WEISS, 19304
wood, died April 20. Survived by
JILL
HONEY
STULBER G,
Prairie, died April 16. She leaves
a nephew in Detroit, Joseph
a son, Harold; two daughters, Mrs. 29611 Lamar Lane, Livonia, died
Ernst, and three in New York.
Carl (Myriam) Nelson and Mrs. April 16. She leaves her parents,
Donald (Gertrude) Nusholtz; two Dr. and Mrs. David Stulberg; two
JAMES J. SIMON, 17551 Stoe- brothers, one sister and seven brothers, Jeffrey and James; two
sisters, Sheri and Tracey; and her
pel, died April 21. Survived by grandchildren.
*
*
grandparents, Mrs. Flora Weis-
his wife, Mollie; a son, George;
four daughters, Mrs. Ben (Fran-
FLORENCE MARGOLIS, for- berg and Mr. and Mrs. Edward
ces) Lutz, Mrs. Sam (Esther) mer Detroiter of Miami Beach, Fromstein.
* * *
Rosenberg, Mrs. Manuel (Minnie) died April 18. She leaves her hus-
BECKY GRABER, 13641 Dexter,
Plaskove and Mrs. Sally Eller; band, Nathan; three sons, Allan
Samuel Brood Dies at 85; two sisters, nine grandchildren S., Herbert B. and Michael C.; died April 17. She leaves three
sons, Louis, Jacob and Sidney, and
Was General Contractor and six great-grandchildren.
and three sisters.
* * *
eight grandchildren.
Samuel H. Brood, retired gen-
* * *
MORRIS STEINBERG, former
eral contractor and commercial Boris Shub, Organizer
DORA
SEFFINGER,
7440 Thole,
Detroiter of Los Angeles, died
builder, died Tuesday at age 85.
a
Born in Russia, Mr. Brood lived of Radio Liberty, Dies; April 19. He leaves his wife, Fan- died April 15. Survived by
in Detroit 50 years. He was a Was U. of M. Graduate nie; a son, Samuel of Detroit; daughter, Mrs. Esther Gewercer;
three daughters, Mrs. Jacob (Doro- and one grandchild.
member of Downtown-Fox Lodge
NEW YORK—Boris Shub, an or- thy) Brody, Mrs. Jack (Jeanette)
of Bnai Brith, Moizerer Lodge,
Berditchever-Keshenever Aid So- ganizer of Radio Liberty, beamed Gilford and Mrs. William (Elea-
to nations behind the Iron Curtain, nor) Shapiro, all of Los Angeles;
ciety and Knights of Pythias.
it
five grandchildren and five great-
Mr. Brood, 17450 Third, leaves died Tuesday at age 52.
Mr.
Shub,
a
writer
on
Soviet
af-
grandchildren.
Interment
Los
An-
three daughters, Marsha of Bald-
win Park, Calif., Katherine and fairs, was the son of exiled revolu- geles.
*
*
Mrs. Arthur (Etta) Cohn; a tionary David Shub, a writer and
During the coming
ALIK CANTOR, 18675 Steel,
brother, Solomon of Pittsburgh; biographer of Lenin. Born in New
week Yeshiva Beth
two grandchildren and two great- York, Shub attended the Univer- died April 17. Survived by his
Yehuda will observe
sity of Michigan, graduating with wife, Dora; a son, Harold; two
grandchildren.
the Yahrzeit of the
a BA degree.
daughters, Mrs. Al (Ida) Stein and
following departed
In 1936, he received a law de- Mrs. Harry (Edith) Katz; and ten
friends, with the
Irving Kanfer Dies;
traditional Memorial
gree from Columbia University, grandchildren.
*
*
Prayers, recitation of
Headed Zager-Stone Unit was editor of the Institute of Jew-
Kaddish and study-
HARRY LOUIS ALTMAN, 3385
ish Affairs for two years and in
ing of Mishnayes.
Active Bnai Brith member Irv- the closing months of World War Richton, died April 18. Survived
ing Kanfer, 17522 Northlawn, died II began to broadcast behind the by his mother, Mrs. Anna Altman;
Monday at age 49. Past president retreating German lines.
two nieces, Mrs. Norman (Bea-
of Zager-Stone Lodge, he also was
Hebrew Civil
He served with the Information trice) Garland, and Mrs. Seymour
NISSAN APRIL
past president of the Metropolitan Control Division of the U.S. Mili- S. (Jane) Weiner; and one sister-
Detroit Bnai Brith Bowling Asso- tary Government in Germany and in-law.
• * *
25
23
ciation.
Max Lipson
in 1948 was political director for
25
23
Solomon Goldberg
Mr. Kanfer, a self-employed RIAS Radio in the American Sec-
ERNEST SCHWARTZ of Brook-
25
23
Abraham Selector
Agent and food salesman, lived tor of Berlin. He helped form Ra- lyn, died April 11. He leaves his
25
23
Riva Bas Avrohom
25
23
Shifra Stolman
in the Detroit area 41 years. He dio Liberty in 1952, serving as wife, Hilde; a son, Charles Ran-
was born in Brooklyn.
26
24
Yaacov Einhorn
the station's policy adviser and dolph of Detroit; a daughter, Mrs.
26
24
Yisroel Ben Reuven
Survivors are his wife, Adele; program planner in the New York Walter (Hanne) Rowel; two broth-
26
24
Rose
Wool
a son, Allan; and a brother, Mor- and Munich offices for nine years. ers and four grandchildren. Inter-
26
24
Samuel Lowenbraun
ton.
ment New York.
27
25
At his "death, Mr. Shub was a
Clara Felix
*
*
27
25
Sophie Goldberg
writer consultant with the Council
HARRY BLOOM, 24601 Seneca,
27
25
Isaac
Zingeser
Dr. Riesenburger Dies;
on Latin America, working against Oak Park, died April 21. He
28
26
Ida
Seel
Was East German Rabbi Cuban Premier Fidel Castro's in- leaves his wife, Minnie; four sons,
28
26
Louis Rosenthal
fluence in South American coun- Herman, Murray, Dr. Gerald and
28
26
Louis R. Burns
BERLIN (JTA) — Dr. Martin tries.
Edward; one sister and 12 grand-
29
27
Chaya Sara Blotnick
Riesenburger, chief rabbi of East
27•
29
Rose Komisar
He was the author of several children.
Germany, has died at age 69, the
29
27
Adolph Levinson
29
27
S. Spiegelman
official East German News Agen- books and produced a number of
cy reported. As the only rabbi in documentaries against commun-
MONUMENTS
30
28
Harry Cohen
30
28
Gertrude Schechter
East Germany, he served the ism.
SAM
GORLICK
See
28
30
Jack Freeman
eight other synagoues in the
30
28
Jacob Buehler
at the old and reliable
country on a rotating basis in ad-
SHELDON
GRANITE
CO.
According
to
Jewish
law,
fam-
MAY
dition to his congregation in East
19800 Woodward Ave.
ilies of those who died during the
TO 8.1724
1
Hyman Feldman
29
Berlin.
Detroit, Mich.
1
The Jewish
— Community
29
Serving
George Sofferin
A former lay preacher, Dr. Rie-- week of Passover will sit shivah
For Over 60 Years
1
Morris Freedman
29
senburger was named by the Com- the following week, from Saturday
29
1
Kurt Ehrlich
Abraham Laven
29
1
munist authorities in 1953 to the
1
Joseph Schmitz
29
evening to noon of the following
East Berlin post after the former
Abraham Lang
29
1
SW
Wolfson's
rabbi had settled in West Berlin. Friday.
MONUMENT
CENTER,
INC.
In 1961, he was awarded the Pa-
Yeshiva Beth Yehuda
661 E. 8 MILE, FERNDALE
triotic Order of Merit, and East
11/2 Blocks E. of Woodward
18029 Wyoming
Berlin's university granted him an Dr. Nicholas Nash Dies
6 Blks. from 3 Jewish
Cemeteries on Woodward
honorary doctorate of law.
UN 2-6668
Dr. Nicholas Nash, general prac-
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LI 2-8266
titioner in Detroit for 20 years,
died Monday at age 74. Retired
for two years, he was a member
Sidney A. Deitch
of the Odd Fellows.
In loving memory of our dear
Dr. Nash, 275 Merton, was born
mother, daughter and sister, Rose in Budapest, Hungary. He leaves
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(Tomarin) Wool, who passed away his wife, Mollie; a daughter, Mrs.
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* *
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LOUIS STOLINSKY, 24321 Mor-
itz, Oak Park, died April 19. Sur-
vived by his wife, Ida; two daugh-
ters, Mrs. Maurice (Sarah) Glick-
lin and Mrs. Joe (Grace) Math;
and six grandchildren:
* * *

WE REMEMBER
71-1:17■2 771 7x

-

Announces the unveiling
of a monument in his
memory 11 a.m. Sunday,
April 25, at Machpelah
Cemetery. Rabbi Rosen-
baum will officiate.

In Memoriam

DETROIT MONUMENT WORKS

The Family of the Late

GEANNE HERSH

Announces the unveiling
of a monument in her
memory noon Sunday, May
2, at Clover Hill Park
Cemetery. Rabbi Syme
w ill officiate. Relatives
and friends are asked to
attend.

MONUMENTS BY BERG

URBACH

.

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Ira Kaufman Chape

DIRECTORS OF FUNERALS

Inc.

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