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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-04-22

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30-A-INSTRUCTIONS

MEDICAL student with 7 years college
education-qualified any area. Call after
6. 861-2094.

EXPERIENCED teachers on guitar,
piano, drums and band instruments.
Rental programs available. Call Barry
Tigay at Grinnells-L iv e r n o i s. UN
3-1265.

TUTORING - forming classes and con-
versation. French, German. 547-3080.

31-TRANSPORTATION

CARS TO BE DRIVEN

To Philadelphia, New York City,
Seattle, Florida. Utah, California,
Texas, Arizona, etc. Also drivers
furnished to drive your car any-
where.

Insured Driveaway System

9970 GRAND RIVER
DETROIT, MICH. 48204
WE 1-0621

TOUR EUROPE
THIS SUMMER

Visit 9 countries. July 20-August 10.
Jet fare-hotels-meals. $629 com-
plete. Call evenings, Dennis Green.

541-1377

David E. Love, 80;
Held Post at Arsenal

Attorney B. Alpert

Attorney Benjamin Alpert, who
had law offices in the Cadillac
Towers Building more than 50
years, died Wednesday at age 73
Mr. Alpert, 19350 Shrewsbury
was honored in 1964 as a 50-year
member of the Michigan Bar As-
sociation. He was a graduate of
Yale University and the Detroit
College of Law in 1914. A member
of Temple Beth El, Mr. Alpert also
belonged to its men's club. He
was born in New Haven, Conn.,
and lived in Detroit 55 years.
He leaves his wife, Ida; a son,
Myron; a daughter, Mrs. Leo
(Elaine) Stern; and one grand-
child. A brother, Daniel, who also
was an attorney, died last October.

David E. Love, retired traffic
manager of ordnance at the Chry-
sler Tank Arsenal in Warren, died
Wednesday at age 80.
Mr. Love, who retired from his
post 10 years ago, directed ship-
ping of supplies at the arsenal,
which manufacturers tanks for the
U.S. Army. He was a civilian em-
ploye there 15 years.
Mr. Love, 20251 Roseland. South-
field, was born in Ortonville and
lived in the \ Detroit area 60 years.
He was a member of Temple Beth
El and Detroit Post 135, Jewish
War Veterans, as well as the
Going Like 60, Retired Business-
men's and Senior Citizens clubs at
the Jewish Center.
He leaves three daughters, Mrs.
Emanuel (Dorothy) Green, Mrs.
Louis E. (Jeannette) Cohen and
Mrs. Sidney (Lois) Cohen; seven
grandchildren and one great-
grandchild.

Impresario Max Rabinoff
Succumbs in N.Y. at 87

NEW YORK - Max Rabinoff,
who came to this country as a
poor immigrant from Russia and
later became an opera impresario
and philanthropist, died Tuesday
at age 87.
Mr. Rabinoff, who pioneered in
presenting discount-priced opera in
this country dining the Depression,
organized the Chicago Philharmon-
ic and the Chicago Grand Opera
Company. In 1909 he introduced
the famous Russian prima baller-
ina Pavlova and the Ballet Rus-
se to America.
His first job in the United States
as a young immigrant of 13 was
as a tobacco leaf stripper in a
Chicago plant. After World War 1,
already a successful impresario,
he attended the Paris Peace Con-
ference as an economic adviser
to Estonia, Azarbaijan, Georgia
and the Ukraine.

Minnie Smith, 92

Minnie Smith, a founder and
treasurer for more than 25 years
of Women's Lechem Aneeim So-
WANTED - Housekeeper - companion.
Pleasant surroundings. Call weekends ciety, a philanthropic organization
and evenings. Z98-1275.
that gives to the poor, died Mon-
WANTED - Nurse to assist with stroke day at age 92.
Mrs. Smith, 18626 Birwood, be-
patient, cook for patient's wife and
self. Good home in suburbs. Salary, longed to a number of organiza-
private room, bath. Sundays off. 626-
tions before "retiring" several
4180.
years ago. She was active with
SALESPERSON - experienced, part or
full-time. Good pay. KE 7-2110, GArfield the Eastern Star organization,
1-6780.
Young Women's Bicur Cholem,
Mizrachi and Beth Tefilo Eman-
40 - A - EMPLOYMENT WANTED
uel Tikvah Synagogue. Born in
EXPERIENCED typist desires work at Russia, she lived in Detroit the
home. Manuscripts, cards, envelopes. past 60 years. She was the widow
398-8790.
of Abraham Smith, whom she
married in Russia.
50-BUSINESS CARDS
Surviving her are three sons,
Benjamin L., Max and Raymond
three daughters, Mrs. Max
JULIUS ROSS MOVING CO. H.;
(Ann) Simon, Mrs. Leo (Betty) Milton J. Silberman, Noted
By Hour or Flat Rate
Schwartz and Mrs. Albert (Rose) Chicago Zionist Leader, Dead
Local and Long Distance Packing, stor- Alfou; a sister, Mrs. Freda Wolf; CHICAGO-Milton J. Silberman,
age. pianos, appliances, household furn-
10 grandchildren and 18 great- one of Chicago's most prominent
ishings.
grandchildren. Zionist leaders, died last week. He
Northend-Ferndale
was an honorary vice-president of
UN 2-6047
543-4832
Mrs. Teitelbaum's Mother Dies the Zionist Organization of
Mrs. Jennie Rosenn, 75, mother America.
LARKINS MOVING CO. of Mrs. Myer (Lillian) Teitelbaum
He had established a number
of Detroit, died last Sunday in her of memorials in the Kfar Silver
Household and
home in Wilkes-Barre, Pa., where High School in Israel. He was a
Office Furniture
she had lived for more than 50 delegate to several World Zionist
LICENSED MOVERS
years. Funeral services were held Congresses, including the last one
PROFESSIONALS
in 1963-64.
Monday.
894-4587
Vice president of exchange, Na-
Other survivors include her
tional Bank of Chicago, Mr. Sil-
A-1 PAINTING, paperhanging, interior husband, Joseph; two sons, Max
wallwashing. UN 4-0326, UN 2-3873 after and Harold; and another daughter, berman held a number of import-
6:30.
Mrs. Morris (Florence) Weinberg. ant civic posts by appointment of
FOR BETTER wall washing, call James
A founder and past president of Chicago mayors and Illinois gov-
Russell. One day service. TO 6-4005.
Queen Esther Society, the auxili- ernors.
526 Belmont.
ary of Cong. Ohev Zedek of
More Obituaries, Unveilings
Wilkes-Barre, Mrs. Rosenn was
STEEL FENCES
Page 12
active in many Jewish and civic
Quality Materials and Installa-
movements.

40-EMPLOYMENT

I

.

KE 4-5106

I. SCHWARTZ. All kinds of carpenter
work. We specialize in rec. rooms. ER
3-4826, LI 5-4035.

The Family of the Late

HYMAN S. KEYS

Acknowledges with grate-
ful appreciation the many
kind expressions of sym-
pathy extended by rela-
tives and friends, as well
as the assistance rendered
by Rabbi I. Halpern and
Cantor Ackerman, during
the family's recent be-
reavement.

In memory of our beloved
husband, father, son and
brother, N. Edgar FexIer

He bade no one a last farewell,
He said goodby to none.

55-A-MISCELLANEOUS WANTED

The heavenly gates were opened,
A loving voice said "Come."
We often sit and think of you,
The things you used to say.
We wonder why you had to die,
Without a chance to say goodby.
More and more each day we
miss you;

WE NEED 50,000 BOOKS

Some may think the wound has
healed.

FURNITURE refinished and repaired.
Free estimates. UN 4-3547.

WALL WASHING, 20 years experience.
Call after 5:30 p.m. 864-2936.

WOULD YOU like to receive hot bagels,
buns, smoked fish, lox Sunday morn-
ings? Prices same as in bakery-store.
Call Bagel Boy, 342-4898.

For our annual used book
sale. Brandeis U. Women's
Comm. Book donations tax de-
ductable. For pick-up

DI 1-2461

55-C-COATS FOR SALE

WHITE FOX stole. Like new. $60. 427-
0547.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, April 22, 1966-39

ELEANOR GIBBS BERNSTEIN,
former Detroiter of St. Petersburg
Beach, Fla., died April 19. Sur-
, vived by two sons, Jerome J. and
Stanley H.; one brother, three
sisters and nine grandchildren.
* * *
SAM FEINGOLD, 19438 Whit-
comb, died April 14. He leaves two
daughters, Edythe and Geraldine;
four grandchildren and two great-
grandchildren.
*
*
BERTHA FINEMAN, 19990 Rob-
son, died April 16. She leaves a
son, Harold; a daughter, Mrs. Max
(Hannah) Honeyman; and six
I grandchildren.
* * *
DAVID FISHEL, 3741 W. Outer
Dr., died April 17. He leaves his
wife, Doris; two daughters, Mrs.
Cyril (Elaine) Feldman, and Mrs.
Sidney (Rhoda) Katzman; one
brother and six grandchildren.
* * *
ANNA FISHMAN, 23211 Harding,
Oak Park. died April 16. Survived
by her husband, Jacob; a son,
Irving: two daughters, Mrs.
Samuel (Mamie) Schwartzberg
and Mrs. Joseph (Gail) Berger;
six grandchildren and two great-
grandchildren.

*

* *

MORRIS FRIEDMAN, 3817
Waverly. died April 14. Survived
by a brother, Louis of Los Angeles;
and a sister, Mrs. Joseph (Lena)
Factor.

SAMUEL GREENSPAN, 59
Seward, died April 18. He leaves
two brothers, Irving and Max of
New York. Interment New York.
• *
I ELL• GROSSMAN of Shaker
Heights, died April 13. She leaves
two daughters, Mrs. Neil Stonehill
and Mrs. Herbert Becker; and a
sister, Mrs. Jacob Wasserman of
Oak Park. Interment Cleveland.
a * *
BARNEY OSHAN, 4536 Michi-
gan, died April 14. Survived by his
wife, Esther; a daughter, Mrs.
Martin (Dorothy) Diskin; - one
brother and three grandchildren.
* * *
BESSIE F. SANDS, 11501 Petos-
key, died April 16. She leaves a
nephew, Rabbi Melvin Sands.
* * *
ADA SCHEINKER, 20446 Chey-
enne, died April 18. She leaves her
husband. Louis; two song, Marcus
and Sidney; a daughter, Mrs. Wil-

Saul Eskow, Age 59

Saul Eskow, owner of Bell's
milmonammummummismo Packing
Outlet, 10307 Mack, died

tions. Prompt Service. FREE
ESTIMATES.

FENCECRAFT CO.

OBITUARIES

The Family of the Late

BERNARD
JANOWITZ

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.

Monday at age 59.
Mr. Eskow, 20550 Burgess, was
born in Austria and came here 45
years ago. A member of the Yid-
dish Folks Farein and the Detroit
Firemen's Fund Association, he
also was an honorary member of
the Detroit Police Lieutenants and
Sergeants Association.
Survived by his wife, Bella; a
son, Sheldon M.; a daughter, Mrs.
Dennis Brenner; two sisters, Mrs.
Sam Gold and Mrs. Louis Win- !
field; and two grandchildren.

Sid Wolfson's
MONUMENT CENTER, INC.

661 E. 8 MILE, FERNDALE
1 1/2 Blocks E. of Woodward
6 Wks. from 3 Jewish
Cemeteries on Woodward

Little do they know the sorrow
Within our hearts concealed.

LI

2-3266

NIIIIERMINNommums..-
--71•••11A.

WE REMEMBER
771:74,2 71171 ■ 2

-

During the coming
week Yeshiva Beth
Yehudo will observe
the Yohrzeit of the
following deported
friends. w ith the
traditional Memorial
Prayers, recitation of
Kaddish and study-
ing at Mishnayes.

Hebrew Civil
lyar
April

23

Bella Stein
Abraham Guttenberg
Sam Leiderman

3
3
3

23
23

Hyman Silberfarb
Benjamin Zane

4
4

24
24

Sam Surowitz
Lt. Raymond Bloch
Abraham Norber
Alex Grushky
Sarah Brown
Anna Shevitz
Jennie Adler

5
5
5
5
5
5
5

25
25
25
25
25
25
25

Louis Weingarden
David L. Rosenberg
Ernestine Weisz

6
6
6

26
26
26

Shalom Fival
Agranovich

7

27

Abraham M. Zack
Merril Goodman
David Simons
Brandi Kaufman
Erwin Rosenthal
Leonard Norman
Baker

8
8
8
8
8

28
28
28
28
28

8

28

Alice Robinson
David Rittenburg

9
9

29
29

Yeshivath Beth Yehudah

15751 W. 10 1 /2 Mi. Southfield
Phone 353-6750

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See SAM GORLICK

at the old and reliable

SHELDON GRANITE CO.

19800 Woodward Ave.
Detroit, Mich. - TO 8-1724

Serving The Jewish Community
For Over 60 Years

Ira Kaufman Chapel, nc.

DIRECTORS OF FUNERALS

JO 4-5557

Liam (Ruth) Kass; two brothers,
two sisters, eight grandchildren
and one great-grandchild.
* * *
ANNA SOFFERIN, 18634 Hub-
bell, died April 16. She leaves a
daughter, - Mrs. Jeanette Miller;
one brother, three grandchildren
rind five great-grandchildren.
* * *
JOHN E. SOLOMON, 15416
Northgate, Oak Park, died April
20. He leaves his wife, Gertrude;
a daughter, Mrs. Donald (June)
Levey of Beachwood, 0.; five
sisters and two grandchildren.
* * *
MAX SUPOWIT, 24561 Kipling,
Oak Park, died April 14. Survived
by his wife, Ruth; a son, Edmund;
two brothers, three sisters and two
grandchildren.
* * *
JEANETTE WOLPE, 19171 Monte
Vista, died April 19. She leaves
her husband, Robert L.; two sons,
Frederick and Michael; a daught-
er, Susan; and one brother.
* * *
JOSEPH ZEIDMAN, former De-
troiter, of Tucson, Arizona, died
April 14. He leaves his wife, Clara,
a _ son Irving, of Livonia; two
daughters, Mrs. Stanford (Bessie)
Sobel, of -Blauvelt, N.Y., and Eve-
lyn, of Royal Oak; two brothers,
including David of Detroit; and
five grandchildren. Interment De-
troit.
*
*
NATHAN ZL A TK IN, 18271
Northlawn, died April 19. Survived
by his wife, Sarah; a son, Albert;
a daughter, Mrs. Richard (Geral-
dine) Silk; three sisters and four
grandchildren.

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home, just .phone us and we will
make all arrangements for transfer
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