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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-09-02

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, September 2, 1966-39

Jay Irving Grant,
Accountant and
Local Leader

Jacob Spolansky,
FBI Agent, Wrote
Book
Best-Sell'

Jay Irving Grant, Detroit civic
and business leader who was sen-
ior partner in the firm of Grant
and Silverman certified public ac-
countants, died Aug. 2B in Char-
levoix while vacationing with his
family.
Mr. Grant, 45, was a director of
the Hebrew Benevolent Society and
a member of Turover Aid Society
and Cong. Shaarey Zedek.
A member of the state tax
committee for the Michigan As-
sociation of CPAs, he also was
treasurer of the Approved Under-
writers of Detroit. He was secre-
tary of the board of the Lake-
side General Hospital and a
member of Perfection Lodge,
F&AM, and Detroit Consistory
and Moslem Shrine.
Mr. Grant, 20002 Mark Twain,
was a graduate of Wayne State
University.
He leaves his wife, Toby; his
father, Ben Grant; a brother, 'Ted;
two sons, Stuart and Spencer; and
two daughters, Susan and Shelley.

Jacob Spolansky, one-time agent
for the Federal Bureau of Inves-
tigation and author of a 1951 best-
seller, "The Communist Trail in
America," died Aug. 24 at age 76.
Mr. Spolansky, 21880 Coolidge,
Oak Park, came to the United
States from Russia in 1912. He
served in the U.S. Army during
World War I, after which he joined
the FBI.
In later years, he was a con-
sultant on security matters for
the National Association of Man-
ufacturers and was an investiga-
gator for a New York City law
firm. He moved to Oak Park
after his retirement.
He leaves his wife, Maria; two
daughters, Mrs. Zinovi Bistritzky,
wife of the musician, and Mrs.
Edwin Fairfield of New York; a
brother, Sam Spolane of Houston;
a sister, Mrs. Albzert Walter of
New York; and four grandchil-
dren.

Lewis L. Bazell, Age 66;
Was Interior Designer

Interior designer Lewis L. Bazell,
founder and president of Bazell
Studios, 20094 Livernois, died Aug.
31 at age 66.
Mr, Bazell, 25607 Greenfield,
Southfield, was a member of Cres-
cent Shrine Club, Moslem Temple,
Detroit Consistory and Perfection
Lodge, F&AM. Born in Lithuania,
Mr. Bazell lived in Detroit 35 years.
Surviving him are his wife, Ann;
two sans, Jack M. and Norman I.;
two brothers, Le o n a r d of Los
Angeles and Dr. Sidney of Chi-
cago; a sister, Sarah of Chicago;
and four grandchildren.

In Memoriam

In memory of the late Sam Sch-
wartz, who died Sept. 1, 1958.

He bade no one a last farewell,
The heavenly gates were opened,
He said good-bye to one
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 good-bye.
More and more each day we miss
you,
Some may think the wound has
healed,
But little do they know the sorrow
That within our hearts concealed.

Loving Wife,
Anna Stein Schwartz
and family.

In loving memory of be-
loved husband, father and
grandfather

LOUIS RASKIN

Who passed away Sept. 5,
1919 (22 days in Elul).
Sadly missed by his wife
Minnie; sons Marvin and
Danny; daughters, Mrs.
David Rosen and Mrs.
Harry Weingarden; grand-
children and great-grand--
children.

In Loving Memory
of Our Dear Father and
Grandfather

HARRY MITZ

Who passed away Sept.
16, 1954. Gone but not
forgotten, Always remem-
bered by his children and
grandchildren.

Meyer Shugerman,
Had Smelting Firm

OBITUARIES

ROSE BERLIN, 24036 Berkley,
Oak Park, died Aug. 31. Survived
by a son, Harry; three daughters,
Mrs. Sam (Rebecca) Markel of
Culver City, Calif., Mrs. Ben
(Frieda) Storch and Mrs. Ann
Cohen; two brothers, 10 grandchil-
dren and four great-grandchildren.
* *
JULIUS BERMAN (BECHEK),
13636 Wales, Oak Park,_ died Sept.
1. Survived by his wife, Lillian; a
son, Lawrence of Shaker Heights,
O.; two daughters, Mrs. Louis
(Bernice) Clapfish of Toledo and
Mrs. Alan (Selma) Kotzen; three
brothers, two sisters, eight grand-
children and two great-grandchil-
dren

ROSE H. BROUDY, 18615 Park-
side, died Aug. 24. She leaves
her husband, Sam; a. son, Jack;
one sister and one grandchild.
* * *
NATHAN CHARNS, 18903 Hub-
bell, died Aug. 25. Survived by
his wife, Anna; three sons, Philip,
Norman and Aaron; a daughter,
Rochelle; two brothers; one sis-
ter and three grandchildren.
* *
WILLIAM COHEN, 445 Ledyard,
died Aug. 30. Survived by two sis-
ters, Mrs. Goldie Goldsmith and
Mrs. Harry (Frieda) Miller.
* * *
JACK GOLDBERG, 10428 Curtis,
died Aug. 30. He leaves his wife,
Ida; a son, Nathan J. Golden; a
daughter, Mrs. Louis (Jean) Gold-
berg; and five grandchildren.
* *
MAX GOLDBERG, 7401 W.
Eight Mile, died in Hamilton, Ont.,
Aug. 24. Survived by his wife, -Til-
lie; a daughter, Mrs. Saul (Esther)
Cohen, and four sons, Marvin of
Chicago, Colman of Evanston,
Sandford of Haifa and Gerald.

Meyer Shugerman, owner of
Great Lakes Smelting Co. from
1910 until his retirement in 1962,
died Aug. 26 at age 79.
Mr. Shugerman, 10723 .Santa
Maria, was a member of Cong.
Shaarey Zedek and its men's club,
Zionist Organization of America
and the Jewish Center Business-
men's Club.
Born in Russia, he lived in De-
troit 56 years.
He leaves his wife, Bella; three
sons, Martin, Boris Gaynes and
Dr. Ernest M. Gaynes; two daugh-
ters, Mrs. Bert (Millie)_ Solomon
and Mrs. Irving J. (Sophie) Aus- .
MAX HAASE, 18099 Meyers,
lander; a sister, Mrs. Lena Lenz- died Aug. 27. Survived by his
ner of Buffalo; 12 grandchildren wife, Frieda.
*
and one great-grandchild.
EDWARD B. KAPLAN, 15347
Cherrylawn, died Aug. 25. Sur-
Esther R. Newlander
Esther R. Newlander, active vived by his wife, Lenore; two
member of Jewish women's or- daughters; Debra and Robin; his
ganizations here, died Aug. 26 at parents, Mr. Harry Kaplan and
Mrs., Lillian Loberman; one bro-
age 58.
Mrs. Newlander, 17526 Monica, ther and two sisters.
* * *
was a member of Temple Beth El,
MANIA
KONIKOW,
13321 Lud-
Women's American ORT, Detroit
Chapter of Hadassah, Eastern low, Huntington Woods, died
Star's Purity Chapter and Knoll- Aug. 28. She leaves her husband,
Nathan; two sons, Gershon and
wood Country Club.
She leaves her husband, Mor- Dr. Zalman Konikow; one sister
ton J.; a daughter, Mrs. Leslie and six grandchildren.
* * *
(Joyce) Abramson; a sister, Mrs.
MARY
KUZNETSKY,
11501 Pe-
Reva Berman; and two grandchil-
toskey, died Aug. 30. Survived by
dren.
two sons, George Kent and Mit-
chell Kent; a daughter, Mrs. Ray-
David Wolf, 59, Owner
mond (Sally) Gendelman; eight
grandchildren and six great-grand-
of Hardware Company
David Wolf, founder and owner children. - *
*
of Wolf Sales Co., wholesale hard-
MAX
PEARL,
11501
Petoskey,
ware firm, died Aug. 26 at age 59.
Mr. Wolf, 24071 Oneida, Oak died Aug. 26. He leaves two sons,
Park, was a member of Cong. Bnai Ben and Albert; a daughter, _Mrs.
David and its men's club.
He leaves his wife, Goldie; two Sonny Eliot's Mother,
sons, Jack and Joseph; a daughter,
Mrs. Myron V. (Gloria) Goff; his M rs. Jennie S chl ossb erg
Jennie Schlossberg, mother of
mother, Mrs. Ida Wolf; two bro-
thers, Max and Morris; a sister well-known D e t r o i t broadcaster
Mrs. Phil (Rose) Spero; and five Sonny Eliot, died Wednesday at
age 82.
grandchildren.
Mrs. Schlossberg, 18418 Appo-
line, was a member of the Progres-
Michael Colton, Age 62 sive Ladies Aid Society, Bnai Brith
Michael Colton, motion picture and Hadassah. Born in Latvia, she
projectionist for 40 years at the lived in Detroit 49 years.
Grand Circus and Colonial Thea-
Surviving her are two sons, Leo
ters, died Tuesday at age 62.
and Marvin (Sonny); three daugh-
Mr. Colton, 16133 Hubbell, was ters, Mrs. Joseph (Ann) Weitz, Mrs.
a member of Daylight Lodge, Harry (Helen) Green and Mrs. Jack
F&AM; Detroit Consistory, K.T.; (Sylvia) Sarachek of New York; a
Crescent Shrine Club; and the sister, Mrs. Barney (Rae) Levine
Motion Picture Projectionists' As- of Newark; 10 grandchildren and
sociation.
22 great-grandchildren.
He leaves his wife, Lillian; a
Services will be held 10:45 am.
son, V. Ronald of Augusta, Ga.; Sunday at Kaufman Chapel, with
one brother and one grandchild. interment at Machpelah Cemetery.

Sam (Lauretta) Woronow; one
brother, five grandchildren and
two great-grandchildren.
*
*
ABRAHAM PLISSKIN of Flint,
died Aug. 25. Survived by his
wife, Dora.

*
BERNARD POTASCHNIK,
20236 Schaefer, died Aug. 25. Sur-
vived by his wife, Sarah; a son, Sey-
mour; two daughters, Mrs.• A.
Geral (Lucille) Isenberg of Los
Angeles, and Mrs. Dan (Jane)
Symez; one sister, four grandchil-
dren and one great-grandchild.
*
*
EVE ROSLN, 17215 Santa Bar-
bara, died Aug. 28. She leaves
her husband, Henry P.; two sons,
Merle and Dr. Glenn; a daughter,
Mrs. Fred (Audry) Kapitansky;
two brothers, three sisters and
nine grandchildren.
* *
CECELIA RUZA, 18011 Rose-
lawn, died Aug. 29. Survived by a
son, Dr. Paul L.; one brother, two
sisters and three grandchildren.

*
GUSSIE SHAPEN, 22534 Ken-
dall, died Aug. 28. Survived by
two daughters, Mrs. Louis (Pearl)
Ceifitz and Mrs. Leon (Eve)
Becker; one brother and four
grandchildren.
*
EDITH SHERE, former Detroit-
er of Akron, died Aug. 30. She
leaves two sons, Milton and
Charles N.; a daughter, Mrs. Ed-
ward (Helen) Freedman; one
sister and 12 grandchildren.

*
EUGENE SPANIER, 3421 W.
Chicago, died Aug. 24. He leaves
his wife, Dorothy; and two
nephews.
*
MOTJJE SUGAR, 14011 Ludlow,
Oak Park, died Aug. 25. Sur-
vived by her husband, Jacob; a
son, Dr. Sam Sugar of Jackson;
three daughters, Mrs. Roland
(Esther) Gottesman, Mrs. Sam
(Sylvia) Weinberger and Mrs.

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following departed
friends, with the
traditional Memorial
Prayers, recitation of
Kaddish and study-
ing of Mishnayes.

Hebrew Civil
Sept.
Elul

19
19
19
19
19
19

4
4
4
4
4
4

Dora Esther Green 20
Ida Begleman
20
20
Julius Kozloff

5
5

Harry Weiswasser
Fannie Lifshitz
Moses Liebergott
Joseph Goldman
Bessie Weingarden
Sheine Weinstein

Sarah Glassman
Louis Koppel
Joseph Saxer

21
21
21

6

Yaacov Hirsh bereb
Yisroel
Fannie Schwartz
Israel Mayrock
Nathan Hess
Philip Forman
Rose Iwrey
Sonja Yabeck
Esther Cohn

22
22
22
22
22
22
22
22

7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7

Jacob Soberman
Rebecca Davis
Freedman
Jacob Feffer
Rebecca Podolsky
Clarence Ablitz
Leah Morrison
Esther Rosenshine

23

8

23
23
23
23
23
23

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Hyman Krasnick
Anna Rosenberg
Harry Thav
Dora Chaben
Bessie Krause
Peter S. Goldstein
Regina Rubinstein

24
24
24
24
24
24
24

9
9
9

Jacob Must
Sophie Scherr
Anna Gruskin
Meyer Levy

25
25
25
25

10
10
10
10

6
6

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8

8

8

9
9

9

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