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October 08, 1965 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-10-08

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Albert Diamond, 59;
Owned Drug Store

Albert Diamond, retired owner
of the Diamond Drug Co., died Oct.
3 at age 59.
Mr. Diamond, 25010 Rue Ver-
sailles, Oak Park, was a native of
New York City and lived in the
Detroit area 55 years. He was a
1922 graduate of the Cass Tech
pharmacy school. A member of
Aesculapian pharmacy fraternity,
Mr. Diamond also belonged to
Brandeis Lodge of Bnai Brith.
Survivors are his wife, Ida; a
other, Nate; and five sisters,
----N—Ars. Ida Krause, Mrs. Fannie Ras-
kin, Mrs. Sidney Gray, Mrs. Doro-
thy Moss and Mrs. Barney Laurie.

M

Monument
Unveiling

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 acompanied by
the name and address of the person
making the insertion. There is a stand•
ing charge of S3.00 for an unveiling
notice, measuring an inch in depth.)
* * *

The family of the late Fannie
Hoffrichter announces the unveil-
ing of a monument in her memory
10:30 a.m. Sunday, Oct. 10, at
Hebrew Memorial Park. Rabbi
Sperka will officiate. Relatives and
friends are asked to attend.
* * *
The family of the late Ike War-
shawsky announces the unveiling of
a monument in his memory 2 p.m.
Sunday, Oct. 10, at Machpelah
Cemetery. Rabbi Syme will offi-
ciate. Relatives and friends are
asked to attend.

The Family of the Late

STELLA STONE

Announces the unveiling
of a monument in her
memory 12:45 p.m. Sun-
day, Oct. 10, at Clover Hill
Park Cemetery. Rabbi
Groner and Cantor Son-
nenklar will officiate. Re-
latives and friends are
asked to attend.

The Family of the Late

A. MAX SCHMIER

Announces the unveiling
of a monument in his
memory noon Sunday, Oct.
10, at Clover Hill Park
Cemetery. Relatives and
friends are asked to at-
tend.

Abraham Bloch,
Hurt in Accident,
Dies at Age 70

Leningrad Jewish Leader,
Imprisoned in '61, Freed
Without Explanation

OBITUARIES

LONDON (JTA) — Nachum
Abramovitch Kaganov, one of three
leaders of the Jewish community
of Leningrad, who was sentenced
four years ago to seven years' im-
prisonment after being convicted
of "activities against the security
of the Soviet State," has been
released, it was learned here.
In July 1961, Kaganov was con-
vited along with Gedaliah Pechar-
sky and a third synagogue leader
named Dinkin. The charges arose
from the fact that the three Jew-
ish leaders had complained to au-
thorities in Moscow that they were
denied by the Leningrad Soviet
the right to open a school teach-
ing Yiddish, although they had
obtained the required 20 signatures
from local citizens desiring such a
school.
Pecharsky was sentenced to 12
years' imprisonment, and was re-
ported to be serving his term in a
labor camp in Siberia. Dinkin was
given a four-year term. No reason
for Kaganov's release has been
published in the Soviet Union.

GEORGE STOCKER, 6440 W.
IDA COHEN, 25208 Pierce, South-
Surgeon Dr. Abraham Bloch died,
field, died Sept. 23. Survived by a Outer Dr., died Oct. 3. He leaves
Sept. 29 of injuries suffered in a
son, Henry; four daughters, Mrs. his wife, Frances; two sons, Merle
traffic accident three weeks earlier.
Anthony (Mary) Coscarilly, Nettye, and Fred; a daughter, Mrs. Saul
He was 70.
Mrs. Samuel (Sadie) Lankin and Gertz; one brother, two sisters and
Dr. Bloch, a Detroit physician
Mrs. Max (Minnie) Bernberg; nine seven grandchildren.
for more than 40 years, part of
grandchildren and six great-grand-
* * *
that time for the Detroit Police
children. Henry Cohen's name was
YETTA
FRAZIS,
15860 Marlowe,
Department, was a founder of
incorrectly listed last week.
North Detroit General Hospital,
died Oct. 3. She leaves her hus-
* * *
band, Harry; two sons, Theodore
where he was taken following the
HERMINA EISDORFER, 3757 B. and Walter; two daughters, Mrs.
Sept. 5 accident. He was injured
Tuxedo, died Oct. 2. She leaves a Bess Portney and Mrs. Michelle
when his car left the pavement on
son, Ben; a daughter, Mrs. Regina Rosin; 11 grandchildren and four
East Jefferson Ave. near Trom-
Piday; three grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
bley in St. Clair Shores, careened
seven great-grandchildren.
across a field and crashed into a
* * *
*
*
cleaning shop.
FRANK SCHAPIRO, 18312 Men-
His office nurse, Myrtle Kane,
IDA GOLDMAN, 15736 Steel, dota, died Oct. 2. Survived by his
was taken in serious condition to
died Oct. 3. She leaves two sons, wife, Edith; two daughters, Mrs.
North Detroit Hospital. Mechani-
Bernard and Robert; one brother, Anna Weiner and Mrs. Joseph
cal failure in the car was blamed
one sister and five grandchildren. (Sophia) Rivkin of Mount Clemens;
for the accident.
and six grandchildren.
Dr. Bloch, a graduate from the
FRANCES
KAPLAN,
19279
Ap-
* * *
Detroit College of Medicine in
pleton, died Oct. 3. She leaves her
1922, was an honorary life member
JACOB
OSTROW,
18211 Appo-
husband, Israel; two sons, Elliott
of the Detroit Police Sergeants and
line, died Oct. 2. Survived by two
and
Jacob
B.;
three
sisters
and
Lieutenants Association because of
sons, Robert and Michael of Little
three grandchildren.
his work as police physician for
Neck, Ark.; a daughter, Mrs. Mil-
* *
*
several years. He belonged to Jones
ton (Fannie) Heller, eight grand-
REBECCA MOORE, 11501 Petos- children and two great-grandchil-
Post of Jewish War Veterans and Language Interest Drops
key, died Oct. 4. Survived by six dren.
Union Lodge of the Masons.
at Yeshiva University
sons, Charles, Louis, Moe, Abra-
Survivors are two daughters,
NEW YORK — A smaller per-
Mrs. Albert White and Mrs. Rich- centage of Yeshiva College grad- ham, Reuben and Hyman; a daugh-
ard Baylis; and four grandchildren. uates specialized in languages in ter, Mrs. Charles (Ida) Krause of
Dr. Bloch lived at 18647 Washburn. the last academic year than in Los Angeles; two sisters, 11 grand-
children and seven great-grand-
any year since such records have children.
Tetcher Rebbe of Toronto been kept, according to a report
*
During the coming
Dies Rosh Hashanah Eve by Prof. Morris Silverman, uni- MILDRED HARRIS, 25611 Col-
week Yeshiva Beth
versity registrar.
leen,
Oak
Park,
died
Oct.
5.
Sur-
TORONTO (JTA) — Rabbi Meir
Yehuda will observe
Only 9 per cent of the 1965
the Yahrzeit of the
Grunwald, the Tetcher Rebbe, died graduating class - fractionally less vived by her husband, Louis; two
following departed
sons, Avrum and Hartley; two
here of a heart attack at age 56
than the previous low reached in daughters, Barbara and Shelle;
friends, w i t h the
on the eve of Rosh Hashanah.
1962 — majored in English and
traditional Memorial
He settled in Toronto after World foreign languages, Prof. Silverman one brother and two sisters.
Prayers, recitation of
* S
War II and established the Shlomei
Kaddish and study-
said. This represented a sharp
Emunei Yisroel Yeshiva which re- decline from the 16 per cent of
DORA KALUZNY, 18677 Snow-
ing of Mishnayes.
cently moved from downtown 1964 graduates who specialized in den, died Oct. 5. Survived by her
Hebrew Civil
Toronto to a new building in the languages.
husband, Nathan; four sons, Harry
Tishri Oct.
suburbs. A native of Hungary, he
of
Los
Angeles,
Samuel,
Ben
of
Gaining interest at the ex-
10
14
Jennie Wasserman
was depotred by the Nazis to oc- pense of languages were the na- Culver City, Calif., and Sidney;
10
Manuel L. Rosenthal 14
cupied Byelorussia to do forced tural sciences, in which 44.5 per four daughters, Mrs. Jack (Sarah)
10
14
Louis Radine
10
14
Ida Kasoff
labor.
10
cent of the graduates specialized. Tousignant, Mrs. David (Irene)
14
Joseph Hootner
10
14
A. Wider
In 1964, the percentage of grad- Soloway, Mrs. Robert (Gertrude)
10
14
Gussie
Willis
uates who majored in natural Siggett and Mrs. Betty Rockaway;
11
15 grandchildren and II great-
15
Kablin Kohen
sciences was 38 per cent.
11
Abraham Applebaum 15
11
15
Prof. Silverman noted that 44.5 grandchildren.
Morris Kowa(
11

*
*
15
Julius Lefton
11
In memory of the late Clara per cent of the graduates majored
15
Samuel Rapp
ALEX NEIFIELD, 3711 Webb,
11
15
Leah Schneider
Gold, who passed away Sept. 13, in the social sciences, fractionally
12
1955. Sadly missed and always re- more than in 1964. The combined died Sept. 30. No survivors.
16
David M. Edelman
* *
12
16
Morris Goldberg
membered by her husband, Sam; percentage of students specializing
12
16
Dora Rosen
ARTHUR COHEN, 21718 Strat-
children Stephen, Beverly and in the natural and social sciences
12
16
Sam Fink
12
16
Morris Silverstein
ford Ct., Oak Park, died Oct. 5.
Perry; parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mor- came to 89 per cent.
12
16
William Solomon
He leaves three brothers and three
ris Kurland; brother Hyman Wei-
12
16
Max Zelickson
sisters, including Mrs. Albert (Lil-
ner; and sisters Merle Leserman
Barber Morris Cohen
13
17
Minnie Kideckel
and Pauline Seiferheld.
13
17
Sam Margolin
Morris Cohen, for many years lian) Bransky. Interment New
13
17
* S *
Lilly Zablotsky Stein
owner of a barbershop on Mc- York.
* * *
14
18
In loving memory of my dear Nichols at Greenlawn until two
Stanley Brawer
14
18
JEROME D. STARK, 1 4 7 3 2 E.
George Zetrin
daughter, Lena Sitrin, who passed weeks ago, died Oct. 2 at age 72.
14
18
Sadie Ettinger
14
18
away 12 days in Tishre, 1949. Sad-
Samuel Kief
Mr. Cohen, 18928 Lindsay, was Jefferson, died Oct. 6. He leaves
14
18
Jacob Gastic
ly missed by her mother, Sarah, a member of the American Expedi- a sister, Mrs. Paula Jacobs; three
14
18
Sol Kwartowitz
nephews
and
two
nieces.
and brothers, Leon and Milton.
Abraham
tionary Force in France in World
14
18
Sender Lipson
War I. He was a Detroiter 42
15
19
Hungarian Industrialist
Isadore
Berkowitz
years.
MONUMENTS
15
19
Moshe Frenkel
Adolf Ullman, a 19th Century
He leaves his wife, Rose; a
15
19
Etta
Josselson
SAM GORLICK
See
15
19
Harry Levin
Hungarian Jewish political econo- daughter, Mrs. Gilbert (Lenore)
at the old and reliable
19
15
Sol Stein
mist, played a major role in the Kaplan of Flint; a brother, Louis
15
19
Bella Raim
SHELDON GRANITE CO.
industrial development of Hungary. of New York; and four grandchil-
19800 Woodward Ave.
16
20
Adolph Goldman
Detroit,
Mich.

TO
8-1724
16
dren.
20
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In Memoriam

For Over 60 Years

Pennsylvania Leader Dies

In Loving Memory

of My Dear Husband

Many a silent tear,

But always a beautiful
memory

Of one I loved so dear.

Wife Sylvia
and Family

EASTON Pa. (JTA) —Louis
Malos, prominent Jewish commu-
nal leader, died here of a heart at-
tack. He was treasurer of the Al-
lied Jewish Welfare Appeal of
Easton.
A founder of the Jewish Commu-
nity Council here, Mr. Malos was
active on behalf of the Israel
Bond Organization and in various
national and local Jewish and civic
causes.

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