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May 06, 1966 - Image 47

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-05-06

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CARD OF THANKS

The family of the late Rebecca
Philka acknowledges with grateful
appreciation the many kind ex-
In fond memory of our beloved pressions of sympathy extended
Joyce Weingarden Markle, who by relatives and friends during
left us nine years ago today, the family's recent bereavement.
May 19.
"Life goes on and the years
pass by,
But precious memories
The Family of the Late
never die."
ISABELLE GOROSH
Sadly missed by us all, her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Wein-
SCHUSTER
garden; her sisters, Mrs. Ruben
Isaacs and Mrs. Harvey Tanner;
Acknowledges with grate-
and daughters Sandra and Fran
ful appreciation the many
Markle.
kind expressions of sym-
* *
pathy extended by rela-
In loving memory of our son
tives and friends during
and brother Max S. Greenspon who
the family's recent be-
passed away April 19, 1960 (22
reavement.
days in Nisan).
Sadly missed and always remem- ;
bered in our hearts by his parents
Mr. and Mrs. Nick Yova and sister
Marcia.
* * *
The Family of the Late
In cherished memory of our be-
loved mother Becky Caplan, who
DORA REITMAN
left us May 6, 1949.
Dear one, you live with us in
Acknowledges with grate-
memory
ful appreciation the many
Not only today but always.
kind expressions of sym-
Sadly missed by son and daugh-
pathy extended by rela-
ter, Dr. B. B. Caplan and Mrs. Ann
tives and friends during
Feldman, and their families.
the family's recent be-
reavement.

In Memoriam

son, Dr. Aubrey of Seattle; a
daughter, Mrs. Morris (Rose)
Korinsky; and six grandchildren.
• * *
BEN GREEN, 13380 • Ludlow,
Huntington Woods. died May 3.
He leaves his wife, Rae; a son,
Dr. Wesley; a daughter, Beverly;
* * *
two brothers, two sisters and five
ROSE GOLDIN, 11501 Petoskey, grandchildren.
died May 1. Survived by a son,
GOLDIE GREENBERG, 18280
George Topper; two daughters,
Mrs. Nathan (Anne) Kaufman and Indiana, died April 29. Survived by
Mrs. Charles (Ida) Charlip; one a son, Dr. Robert Greenley; two
sister, six grandchildren and five daughters, Mrs. Mollie Chess and
Mrs. Harvey M. (Lily) Dubin; one
great-grandchildren.
brother, three sisters, 11 grand-
DAVID GORJ3MAN, 18016 Wash- children and 12 great grand-
children.
burn, died April 28. He leaves a
*
*
PHILIP GREENWALD, 3 3 8 5
Bernhard Marx, on Ford Richton, died April 30. Survived by
wife, Dora; and a son, Abra-
Hospital Staff; Survivor his
ham L.
*
*
of Nazi Regime in Berlin
MIKE JALAN, 150 W. Euclid,
Bernhard Marx, an electro- died April 28. He leaves a brother.
microscope photographer at the David; and a sister, Mrs. Ann
Edsel Ford Institute, research di- Bichoff of Kensington, Md.
vision of Ford Hospital, died
* *
Monday at age 67.
ABRAHAM KATZ, 18991 Heyden,
Mr. Marx, who had lived most died May 4. Survived by his wife
of his life in Berlin, miraculously Dora; one son Charles of Paterson,
escaping the Nazis with forged N.J.; three daughters, Mrs. Elie
papers and in hiding, came to this (Sadie) Feinstein, Mrs. Harry
country in 1949. He lived in De- Feinstein, Mrs. Harry (Bessie)
troit 14 years and • served at the Kay and Mrs. Harry (Lillie). Blatt
The Family of the Late
Ford Institute, first as a medical of N. Miami Beach; seven grand-
photographer, for 11 years. He children and ten great-grandchil-
CHANA MINNIE
belonged to Self-Help of Detroit, dren.
the Biological Photographers, In-
SMITH
*
*
*
dustrial Photographers and Electro
SAMUEL
K
GIRT,
18647
St oepel,
Acknowledges with grate-
Microscope Photographers associa-
died April 29. He leaves his wife,
ful appreciation the many
tions.
Gertrude; two sons, Robert and
kind expressions of sym-
Mr. Marx, 7359 Byron, leaves Sol of Vancouver; a daughter,
pathy extended by rela-
his wife, Clara; a daughter, Mrs. Mrs. Marvin (Dorothy) Laser of
tives and friends during
Samuel (Eva) Laski; and three Palos Verdes, Calif.; one brother,
the family's recent be-
grandchildren.
and five grandchildren.
re avement.

*
Samuel Shewitz, 74;
IDA LUCAS, 5205 W. Outer Dr.,
died May 4. She leaves a .son,
Auto Parts Merchant
Harold; two daughters, Mrs. Max
Samuel Shewitz, a retired auto (Marion) Yorke, and Mrs. Herman
parts merchant, died April 27 at (Helen) Farrand; six grandchil-
The Family of the Late
age 74. Mr. Shewitz, 19710 Sussex, dren and two great-grandchildren.
was a member of Temple Israel
* *
NATHAN SIEGEL
and Montefiore Lodge, Free Sons
AGNES MOSS, 20403 Cheyenne,
of Israel.
Acknowledges with grate-
died April 28. She leaves her hus-
Born in Russia, Mr. Shewitz lived band, Frank; a son, Martin; a
ful appreciation the many
in Detroit most of his life. He daughter, Mrs. Sidney (Mildred)
kind expressions of sym-
leaves his wife, Bessie; a son, New- Brodie; three sisters and three
pathy extended by rela-
son H. of Cleveland Heights; three grandchildren.
tives and friends during
daughters, Mrs. Kenneth (Ethel)
the family's recent be-
* *
Prather of Boulder, Colo.; Mrs.
reavement.
ANN OPATOWSKI, 21881 Strat-
Abe (Evelyn) Weinberg of
ford, Oak Park, died May 5. Sur-
Bethesda, Md.; and Mrs. Donald
Vived by her husband, Herman;
(Naomi) Hack of Lansing; and 10
a son Michael; and a daughter,
grandchildren.
Helen.
* * *
The Family of the Late
Harry Weingarden, 57
G E R T R U D E RAPPAPORT,
NATHAN
Harry Weingarden, vice presi- 12800 W. Nine Mile, died May 3.
dent for 26 years of Gardner She leaves her husband, Milo; two
ZLATKIN
Furniture Co., 30850 Plymouth, sons, Michael and Jules; her par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Shef-
Livonia, died April 28 at age 57.
Acknowledges with grate-
Mr. Weingarden, 25071 E. Rue man; one brother and one sister.
ful appreciation the many
Versailles, Oak Park, was born
kind expressions of sym-
here, and he belonged to the Fur-
pathy extended by rela-
MONUMENTS
niture Club of Detroit.
tives and friends during
See
SAM GORLICK
Survivors are his wife, Belle; a
the family's recent be-
at the old and reliable
son, Dr. Gerald; a daughter, Mrs.
reavement.
SHELDON GRANITE CO.
Milford (Lois) Singer; his mother,
19800 Woodward Ave.
Detroit, Mich. — TO 8-1724
Mrs: Fannie Weingarden; two
Serving The Jewish Community
brothers, Max and Leonard; a sis-
For Over 60 Years
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS ter, Mrs. Harry (Lillian) Antman;
Friday, May 6, 1966-47 and five grandchildren.



In Loving Memory
of Our Mother and
Grandmother

IDA MITZ

Who passed away May 8,
1955. Sadly missed and al-
ways remembered by her
children and grandchil-
dren.

In Loving Memory of

JACK AND GUSSIE
ANSTANDIG

Sadly missed and always
remembered by their chil-

dren, grandchildren and
great-grandchildren.

In Loving Memory

of My Beloved Husband

DAVID L.
GOLDSMITH

Who departed on May 1,
1964 (19 days in Iyar).
A lonely home, a vacant
chair,
Treasured memories
everywhere.
No longer here our life
to share,
But in our'hearts you will
always be there.
Sadly missed by your lov-
ing wife, Sylvia, children
and grandchildren.

OBITUARIES

HARRY L. BRONSON, Papl
Revere Hotel, died April 30. He
leaves two brothers, Irving and
Boris; and five sisters, Mrs. George
Wolf, Mrs. Dave (Rose) Lansky,
Mrs. Henry (Susan) Levin, Mrs.
Albert (Belena) Boesky and Mrs.
Irving (Dolly) Ruby.

IRVING REIFLER, 23031 East-
wood, Oak Park, died April 29.
Survived by a son, Ben of Bowie,
Md.; two daughters, Mrs. Albert
(Ida) Schostack of Wheaton, Md.
and Mrs. Mrs. Herman (Anne)
Harvey of Hollywood, Calif.; four
sisters and nine grandchildren.
*

RUTH RICHIE, 16927 Baylis,
died May 2. Survived by a daugh-
ter, Mrs. Berol L. (Shirley) Robin-
son of Cleveland; two sisters and
seven grandchildren.
*

DINAH ROBINS, 8335 Intervale,
died May 3. Survived by her hus-
band Mack; one son, Melvin; one
daughter, Mrs. John W. (Bernice)
Love; one sister and 11 grand-
children.
*

HERMAN WEISS, 7629 Michigan,
died May 4. Survived by her hus-
band Herman and two brothers.
*
,*

WILLIAM YANOFF, Philadel-
phia, died May 4 in Detroit. He
leaves his wife Anna; two daugh-
ters, Anita and Mrs. Philip T.
(Rene) Warren of Detroit; one
brother, one sister and two grand-

children.

WE REMEMBER
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Sid Wolfson's
MONUMENT CENTER, INC.

The Family of the Late

The Family of the Late

DORA REITMAN

LILLIAN LEVIN

Acknowledges with grateful appreciation the many kind expres-

sions of sympathy extended by relatives and friends during the

family's recent bereavement.

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.

:

the coming
week Yeshiva Beth
Yehudo will observe
the Yobrzeit of the
following
deported

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Alfred Schmidel
Ida Green
Sarah Wunter
Rabbi Moses Fischer
Harry Berman
Arthur Barach
Milton Cogen

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Samuel Zelikowitz
Joseph Elihu
Fleischman
Rila Hess
Leon Hess
Harry Bias
Moses Weiswasser
Charles Laskey

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Abraham Metier
Lottie Wainger
Chaye Sora Bas Isroel
Louis Buchbinder
Mary Shindler
Becky Golub

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Joe Ringler
Louis Garfinkel
Sam Seligson
Anna Rottenberg
Minnie Friedman
David Blumenfeld
Rose Buchsbinder
Bella Weiner Torgow

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Rachel Bernstein
William B. Schwartz
Laura Wetstein
Samuel Baschin
Ida Kovinsky
Gussie Anstandig

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