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August 06, 1965 - Image 39

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-08-06

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Mrs. -Fannie Gould
Is Dead at Age 98

Monument Unveilings

The family of the Henry Lapides
announces the unveiling of a
monument in his memory 2:30 p.m.
Sunday, Aug. 15 at Clover Hill
Park Cemetery. Rabbi Groner and
Cantor Frankel will officiate. Rela-
tives and friends are asked to at-
The family of the late Ida Blum- tend.
*
berg announces the unveiling of a
monument in her memory 11 a.m.
The family of the late Henry
Sunday, Aug. 8 at Chesed shel Barnett announces the unveiling of
Emes Cemetery. Rabbi Goldschlag a monument in his memory 1:45
will officiate. Relatives and p.m. Sunday, Aug. 15 at Machpelah
friends are asked to attend.
Cemetery. Rabbi Sy-me will offi-
* * *
ciate. Relatives and friends are
The family of the late Henry asked to attend.
* * *
Willner announces the unveiling

of a monument in his memory
The family of the late Pearl
noon Sunday, Aug. 8, at Chesed Pecherer announces the unveiling
shel Emes Cemetery. Rabbi Sperka of a monument in her memory
will officiate. Relatives and friends 10 a.m. Sunday, Aug. 8 at Chesed
are asked to attend.
shel Emes Cemetery. Rabbi Syme
* * *
will officiate. Relatives and friends
The family of the late Abe are asked to attend.
Gittleman announces the unveiling
of a monument in his memory 2
p.m. Sunday, Aug. 15 at Shaarey Leonard Levy Dead;
Zedek Cemetery. Rabbi Gorrelick Owned Shoe Store
will officiate. Relatives and friends
Shoe store owner Leonard J.
are asked to attend.
Levy, 19321 Stoepel, died Sunday

(Unveiling announcements may be
inserted by mailing or by calling The
Jewish News office, 17100 W. 7 Mile
Rd., Detroit 35. YE 8-9364. Written an-
nouncements must be accompanied by
the name and address of the person
making the insertion. There is a static-
ing charge ot 83.00 for an unveiling
notice, measuring an inch in depth.)
*
*

The Family of the Late

BERTHA
BERENBAUM

Announces the unveiling
of a monument in her
memory 11 a.m. Sunday,
Aug. 15, at Machpelah
Cemetery. Rabbi Sperka
and Cantor Ackerman will
officiate. Relatives and
friends are asked to
attend.

The Family of the Late

EMANUEL
(Manny) ROSEN

Announces the unveiling
of a monument in his
memory 10 a.m. Sunday,
Aug. 15 at Machpelah
Cemetery. Rabbi Segal
will officiate. Relatives
and friends are asked to
attend.

at age 50. Mr. Levy owned the
Leonard Shoe Store on W. Mc-
Nichols for the last 20 years.
A member of Cong. Adas
Shalom and the Detroit Lodge of
Bnai Brith, Mr. Levy also be-
longed to the Retail Shoe Mer-
chants Association.
He leaves his wife, Laura; a
son, Cary; two daughters, Barbara
and Mrs. Donald (Phyllis) Mut-
nick; his father, Daniel; a brother,
Norman; and two grandchildren.

Mrs. Fannie Gould, one of De-
troit's "first ladies," having been
active in religious and communal
affairs here 52 years, died Monday
at age 98.
In spite of her age, Mrs. Gould,
18490 Roselawn, regularly at-
tended meetings of organizations
up until two years ago, when she
became ill. Among her affiliations
were Lechem Aneeim, Jewish Na-
tional Fund, United Hebrew
Schools, Mizrachi, Chesed shel
Emes and a number of philan-
thropies in Israel.
With her late husband, Israel,
an early builder in this city, she
was a member of Cong. Mishkan
Israel ever since they came here
to live 52 years ago.
Mrs. Gould, born in Sokolka,
Russia, visited Israel in 1932.
Survivors are seven sons, Dr.
I. D., Carl, Ben, Irving, Litman,
Louis and Morris; a daughter, Mrs.
Anna Green; two brothers, Abra-
ham and Max Berris; a sister, Mrs.
Sarah Cohen of Boston; 15 grand-
children, 26 great - grandchildren
and two great-great-grandchildren.

Samuel Doctor Dies

Samuel Doctor, in the grocery
business in Hamtramck for more
than 35 years, died here Wednes-
day at age 80. He and his wife
Anna, who went to California three
years ago to live,
had recently
flown to Detroit
for the wedding
of a grandson
and a honor of
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS their own 60th
Friday, August 6, 1965-39 wedding a nni v-
ersary.
Mr. Doctor, a
Detroit resident
Mr. Doctor
In Memory of Our Be-
51 years, belong -
ed to the David Horodoker Society,
loved Husband and
Vinnitzker Organization and Cong.
Father
Bnai David. He was born in Rus-
sia and came to this country in
William Bricker
1912.
Who passed away Aug.
Besides his wife Anna, Mr. Doc-
5, 1959. Sadly missed and
tor leaves a son, Arthur of Los
Angeles; two daughters, Mrs. Irv-
always remembered by his
ing (Sarah) Pitt and Mrs. Herman
wife, son, daughter and
(Ada) Bohm; a brother, Ichiel, in
grandchildren.
Russia; and eight grandchildren.

OBITUARIES

PHILLIP STROMER died July
JOSEPH B. STERNBERG, 2305
Park, died July 28. He leaves his 20 in New York City. He leaves a
sister, Mrs. Charles (Ida) Zitsman son, Max P. of Southfield; five
daughters, Mrs. David Gottlieb,
of Springfield, 0.
* * *
Mrs. Shirley Klein, Mrs. Florence
RACHEL K L UGM A N, 19250 Packer and Mrs. Dan Brookman,
Votrobeck, died July 28. Survived all of New York, and Mrs. Tillie
by a son, Bernard Devine; two Gardell of Santa Monica, Calif.;
daughters, Mrs. Josephine Rosen- one brother, one sister, 11 grand-
berg and Mrs. Murial Shapiro; children and three great-grand-
three sisters and five grandchil- children.
*
*
dren.
* a
WILLIAM MILINSKY, 11501
GIZELA SALITER, 17400 Third, Petoskey, died July 28. Survived
died Aug. I. She leaves two daugh- by four sons, Jay Milan of Miami
ters, Mrs. Morris (Margaret) Kaner Beach, Ben and Max Milan of
and Mrs. Ruben (Irene) Meyer; Los Angeles and Sam Milan; two
two brothers and three grandchil- daughters, Mrs. Sam (Yetta) Dubin
dren.
and Mrs. Nathan (Ruth) Freeland;
* a
one sister, 19 grandchildren and
PEARL C. JACOBSON. 2111 24 great-grandchildren.
Lafayette Towers W., died Aug. 3.
a a *
She leaves her husband. Abel:
LOTTIE WOLFS ON, 20236
two daughters, Mrs. Louis (Carol) Stansbury, died July 30. She
Moyer and Mrs. Barry (Marjorie) leaves her husband, Frank; a son,
Levine of Highland, Ind.; and five Carvel; three daughters, Mrs.
grandchildren.
Freeman (Beatrice) Cooper, Mrs.
* * a
DAVID WINOGRAD, former Jack (Shirley) Sharpe and Mrs.
Detroiter of Chicago, died Aug. 3. George (Beverly) Eisenberg; one
Survived by his wife, Rose; a son, sister, I1 grandchildren and two
Joseph; a daughter, Mrs. David great-grandchildren.
a a *
(Phyllis) Gordon of Skokie; two
MARY ROSENFELD of Brook-
brothers, Sidney and Sam, both of lyn died Aug. 2. Survived by three
Windsor; and four grandchildren. nephews, Isadore Kash and Louis
a a *
HARRY CANE, 14180 River- and Ben Linovitz, all of Detroit;
view, died July 25. Survived by a and a niece, Mrs. Louis (Jean)
son, Bruno; a daughter, Mrs. Abe Zelikoff.
(Hannah) Bleiweiss; one brother
and three grandchildren,
*
a
ANNA GORSTEIN, 19020 Burt,
died Aug. 3. Survived by a son,
Norman; three daughters, Mrs.
During the coming
Fred (Esther) Farber, Mrs. Alvin
week Yeshiva Beth
(Jennie) Michell of Wilmette, Ill.,
Yehuda will observe
and Mrs. Sidney (Marilyn) Smo-
the Yohrzeit of the
linsky; and eight grandchildren.
following departed
a a a
friends, with the
ISADORE ELKISS, 17215 Prai-
traditional Memorial
rie, died July 30. He leaves his
Prayers, recitation of
wife, Goldie; four sons, Stanley.
Kaddish and study-
ing ot Mishnayes.
Harry, Edward and Milton; one
sister and six grandchildren.
Hebrew Cviil
a a a
AV August
LILLIAN STILMAN, 18494 Men-
8
10
Marion
Eisen
dota, died Aug. 4. Survived by her
8
10
Charles Kogan
husband, Joseph; a son, Alvin;
8
19
Minnie Ruzumna
10
8
Esther Eisenstadt
three daughters, Mrs. Milton (Hen-
rietta) Weingarden, Mrs. Edward
11
9
Ruth Jeanette Arbit
(Gladys) Allen and Mrs. Beatrice
10
12
Max Blinder
Stein; one brother and six grand-
10
12
Anna Stu rman
10
children.
12
Gershon Gelber

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BERTHA WEISSER, 3465 Atkin-
son, died Aug. 5. She leaves her
Max Siegel, owner of the Giant husband, Samuel; two brothers
Value Discount Store in Lincoln and two sisters.
Park, died Wednesday at age 55. ■ ■
A life resident of the Detroit
MONUMENTS
area, Mr. Siegel lived at 17501
See
SAM GORLICK
Westland, Southfield. He was a
at the old and reliable
member of Temple Israel.
SHELDON GRANITE CO.
Mr. Siegel leaves his wife, Jane;
19800 Woodward Ave.
Detroit, Mich. — TO 8-1724
a son, Edward; a daughter, Mrs.
Serving
The Jewish Community
Sheldon (Rothe) Lax; a brother,
For Over 60 Years
Benjamin; and a sister, Mrs. Irvin
(Yetta) Baskin.

Max Siegel Succumbs

The Family of the Late

In Loving Memory of
Our Dear Father

ALEX ALTMAN

JERRY J.
GREENBLATT

Announces the unveiling
of a monument in his
memory 2 -p.m. Sunday,
Aug. 8, at Machpelah
Cemetery. Rabbi Lehrman
will officiate. Relatives
and friends are asked to
attend.

Who passed away
Aug. 11, 1953.
"Gone but not forgot-
ten." His son, Dr. Norman
P. Greene and daughter,
Mrs. Norman W. (Fay-
anne) Kaufman.

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MONUMENT CENTER, INC.

The Family of the Late

MAX N. KAHN

In Loving Memory

of the Late

DORA STEIN

Dear Wife and Mother
Who Passed Away
August 5, 1961
Sadly Missed
by
Husband
and
Children

11,

Wishes to thank their
many friends and rela-
tives for their kind ex-
pressions of sympathy
and for their assistance
in the establishment of
the MAX KAHN educa-
tional fund at the Wayne
State University School
of Medicine.

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