Engineer Louis Winston
Succumbs at Age 40
Louis N. Winston, an engineer
for the Hydro Manufacturing Co.
of Royal Oak, died Wednesday at
Mr. Winston, 20309 Braile, a
graduate of the Michigan College
of Mining and Technology, belong-
ed to Cong. Beth Moses.
He leaves his wife, Evelyn; two
daughters, Barbara and Julie;
three brothers, Myer Weinstein,
Andrew and Sam; and four sisters,
Mrs. Morris (Edith) Davis, Mrs.
Louis (Reva) Stern, Mrs. Ben
(Rose) Braiker and Mrs. Henry
I In Memoriam
In memory of our late, beloved
daughter and sister, Katherine
Schey, who passed away on the
14th of June, 1961 (30th of Sivan).
Sadly missed and always remem-
bered by her father, mother and
In Memory of Our Beloved
Mother and Grandmother
Harry Stolsky, Orthodox Leader
and Volunteer Worker, Succumbs
Harry Stolsky, founder of Yeshi-
vath Chachmey Lublin and secre-
tary for the duration of its years
here, died Monday at age 82. He
lived at 18292 Washburn.
Mr. Stolsky, first president of
the Merkaz, lay Orthodox group,
held that post for 10 years and
served as president of Cong. Beth
Yehudah for 20 years.
He was secretary of
both the free loan
association of the
congregation and the
Perhaps one of the
jobs for which he was
best known was as
secretary of the
Stolsky Women's Eur op e an
Welfare Organization since 1920,
when he first came to this coun-
try from Keltz, Poland.
A Hebrew teacher when he ar-
rived here, Mr. Stolsky later turn-
ed to the insurance business and
became active in organizational
Among his other activities he
counted Yeshivath Beth Yehu-
dah, Radomer Society, Chesed
shel Emes, Augudath Israel, Yid-
Who passed away June 18,
1963 (26 days in Sivan).
Sadly missed and always
remembered by her lovely
children and grandchil-
In Memory of Our
Who passed away June
1'7, 1964. Sadly missed and
always remembered by
In Loving Memory of Our
Dear and Precious Mother
June 21, 1962
Three long and lonely
years have passed
It seems like yesterday,
That God reached out his
And took our shining
Oh, the happy hours once
How sweet the memory
Yet, your leaving has left
The world can never fill.
You would not want us
You would not want us
But, Dearest One, this is
hard to do.
After the companionship
How can we help not
Greatly missed and loved
by her children; Robert,
Helene, Shirley, Gerald-
ine (Jerry), and Joan.
Max Leichtling Dies
Owned Ray's Bridals
Max Leichtling, founder and
president of the Ray Shoppes and
Ray's Bridal Salon, died Tuesday
at age 64. Mr. Leichtling, 26408
York, Huntington Woods, was
born in Poland and lived in the
Detroit area 40 years.
He belonged to Cong. Shaarey
Zedek, the Greater Detroit Board
of Commerce, Detroit Consistory
and Moslem Shrine and Mosaic
Mr. Leichtling leaves his wife,
Ray; a daughter, Mrs. Marshall
(Sharon) Laskey; a brother, Ben;
and two grandchildren.
Virginia LeVine Dies
Virginia R. LeVine, who was
with the advertising staff of the
Detroit Times before its demise,
died Sunday at age 57. Born in
Toronto, she lived here 55 years.
Widow of the late David M. Le-
Vine, she belonged to Bnai Brith,
Hadassah, • Downtown Synagogue
and Adas Shalom Synagogue.
Mrs. LeVine, 17566 Birchcrest,
leaves two brothers, Henry and
David L. Lerman.
dish Folks Ferein and several
national Torah institutions.
When he came to this country,
Mr. Stolsky was asked by the
Women's European Welfare Or-
ganization to be their correspon-
dent with European families seek-
ing to immigrate to the United
States. MT. Stolsky, who had to
leave most of his family in Keltz
so he could prepare for their com-
ing three years later, took the post
as a paid secretary. Later, the post
became a voluntary one, but he
continued to correspond with the
organization's "children" in many
languages—he knew Russian, Pol-
ish, German, Hebrew and Yiddish.
Married to the late Grace Stol-
sky, who died last year, Mr. Stol-
sky leaves two sons, Morris D.
Stol and Sidney; a daughter, Mrs.
Sam (Rose) Rubin; six grandchil-
dren and 11 great-grandchildren.
Dr. Morris Raskin, 55,
Chief of Staff at Plymouth
General Hospital, Dies
Dr. Morris Raskin, chief of staff
at Plymouth General Hospital,
died June 11 at age 55.
Dr. Raskin, 4782 Crestview,
Birmingham, was the organizer of
the United Auto Workers Health
Center here in 1946 and was medi-
cal director of the Lakeside Medi-
cal Center. His offices were at
15361 Plymouth. A graduate of
Northeastern High, Wayne Uni-
versity and its medical school, he
belonged to the American and
Wayne County medical associa-
tions. He was a native Detroiter.
Survivors are his wife, Marjory;
two daughters, Mrs. L. Michael
(Betsy) Newman and Juliann; a
brother, Jack; three sisters, Mrs.
Eugene (Fannie) Steinberger; Mrs.
Donald (Mildred) Thayer and Mrs.
David (Ethel) Lessem; and one
Chapel Memorializes .
Late Mrs. Eisendrath
FRANCES PORTIN, 1706 Troy,
Ferndale, died June 10. She leaves
her husband, Oscar J.; a daughter,
Mrs. Richard McCue; four sisters
and six grandchildren.
* * *
BESSIE FERN, 24320 Jerome,
Oak Park, died June 13. She leaves
her husband, Maynard; a son, Jer-
ome; two daughters, Mrs. Harvey
(Harlene) Sosin and Rochelle; her
mother, Mrs. Ida Karbal; one sis-
ter and two grandchildren.
J U L I U S HALPERIN, 15779
Ohio, died June 15. He leaves his
wife, Yetta; three sons, Abraham,
Henry and Herman; a daughter,
MTS. Jack (Sarah) Cranin; one sis-
ter, 15 grandchildren and four
• * *
GERTRUDE MOYER, 1471 W.
Nine Mile, Ferndale, died June
16. She leaves three sons, Charles,
Sheldon and Sidney; a daughter,
Mrs. Myra Radner; five grand-
children and three great-grand-
* * *
PHILIP PERLMUTTER of San-
ta Barbara, Calif., died June 14.
Survived by his wife, Celia; two
sons, Isadore of Oak Park and Abe;
two daughters, Mrs. Jack (Edith)
Jacobson and Mrs. Edward (Eva)
Turken; two brothers, one sister
and eight grandchildren.
HOWARD LEE WEISS, 13635
Elgin, Oak Park, - died June 10.
Survived by his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Edward Weiss; grandfather,
Isadore Cohen of Brooklyn; and a
* * *
LOUIS CHOVER, 20135 Votro-
beck, died June 12. Survived by
his wife, Sarah; a son, Paul; a
daughter, Grace; one brother,
three sisters, and two grandchil-
* * *
LEONARD KRO'MIRS, 1 8 4 0 0
Ilene, died June 14. Survived by
his wife, Betty; his mother, Mrs.
Chaia Kromirs; a son, Michael;
and one brother.
* * *
DOROTHY M. COHN, former
Detroiter of Miami Beach, died
June 10. She leaves her husband,
Harry S.; two sons, Henry and
Donald M.; one sister and seven
* * *
PINCHOS KALIFF, 3385 Rich-
ton, died June 14. Survived by
two sons, Abraham of Los Angeles
and Yale; three daughters, Mrs.
Allan (Phyllis) Anderson, Mrs.
Aaron (Hilda) Kushner and Mrs.
Joseph (Sarah) Segel; and nine
ERNEST ROSENBERGER, 2994
Carter, died June 13. Survived by
his wife, Miriam; and one brother.
* * *
DORA DASKAL, 11501 Peto-
skey, died June 15. Survived by
five sons, Sam of Miami Beach,
Dr. David, Albert of Cleveland,
William and Herman; three daugh-
ters, Mrs. Joseph (Jennie) Fein-
berg of Miami Beach, Mrs. John
(Mollie) Leuchtman and. Mrs.
Frances Rubin; 16 grandchildren,
17 great-grandchildren and one
SARAH LORBER, 11501 Pet-
oskey, died June 16. She leaves
three sons, Dr. Joseph, Milton and
Walter; a daughter, Mrs. Joseph
(Ervina) Faigel; one sister, nine
grandchildren and nine great-
During the coming
week Yeshiva Beth
Yehuda will observe
the Yohrzeit of the
friends, with the
Prayers, recitation of
Kaddish and study-
ing of Mishnayes.
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EMANUEL GUNTZLER, 18017
American Hebrew Congregations, Greenlawn, died June 16. He leaves
a son, Harold; a daughter, Gloria;
Jacob B. Shlain
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