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October 07, 1966 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-10-07

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Zionist and Community Leaders Pay Fred Binder, Head
Tribute to Dr. Ted Winshall's Memory of Sim-Lite Co.

Zionist leaders and other commu-
nity figures and his associates in
the dental profession joined in pay-
ing tribute to the memory of Dr.
Ted Winsh a 11
who died sudden-
ly, Sept. 29, at
the age of 57.
"He was dedi-
cated to our
cause, labored in
Israel's behalf
and could always
-- be depended upon
) assist in ele-
'ating Zionist
.deals," Carmi M. Dr. Winshall
Slomovitz, president of the Zionist
Organization of Detroit, said, point-
ing to the regularity with which
the deceased joined in all ZOD
activities as a long-time member
of the movement's board of direc-
tors. "He was an organizer of the
ZOD Investment Club, he was a
tireless worker for Balfour func-
tions. In his death we lost a most
dedicated fellow-worker."
Dr. Winshall suffered a sudden
heart attack and died a week ago
Thursday in Receiving branch of
Detroit General Hospital.
Born in Russia, he came to De-
troit at the age of 7, was a grad-

uate of the University of Michi-
gan and Detroit College of Den-
tistry and was in active practice
for the last 25 years at 1567 Broad-
way.
Besides his activity in the local
Zionist movement, he was asso-
ciated with Alpha Omega Dental
Fraternity, Detroit District Dental
Association, Adas Shalom Men's
Club, Jewish Community Council
and other local movements.

He was active in Allied Jewish
Campaigns and was a former
chairman of the dentist's section
in the local drives.

Fred Binder, president and foun-
der 26 years ago of the Sun-Lite
Manufacturing Co., 575 Bellevue,
manufacturers of light fixtures,
died Wednesday at age 59.
Mr. Binder, 8805 Kingswood, was
a Detroit resident 53 years. He was
a member of Temple Beth E.
Cong. Shaarey Zedek and the Old
Newsboys Goodfellow Fund. A Ma-
son and a Shriner, Mr. Binder also
was a member of the board of di-
rectors of the Children's Ortho-
genic School, a life member of
Friends of Brandeis University and
member of the Thomas Edison and
Steinmetz electric clubs. He also
contributed to many local and com-
munal philanthropies.
Surviving are his wife, Betty:
three sons, Melvin, Burton and
Robert S.; and seven grandchil-
dren.

A former president of the Outer
Drive-James Couzens Neighborhood
Association, he took a deep inter-
est in communal development pro-
grams.
His residence was at 17210
James Couzens.
Funeral services were held at
Kaufman Chapel Sunday.
Surviving him are his wife, Rae,
who shared with him his Zionist
and other active associations; son,
Detroit physician and dentist Dr.
Walter; a brother, Dr. Jack Win-
Antonia Weller died Oct. 1 at age
shall.
70.
Dr. Weller, born in Austria, was
S. Yefroiken, Educator a graduate of the University of
Vienna medical school and the
in Workmen's Circle; University
of Michigan School of
Dr. Efron's Father
Dentistry, class of 1939.
She was a member of Cong. Beth
NEW YORK—Salman Yefroiken,
educational director of the 85 Jew- Abraham, American Dental Asso-
ish secular schools operated by the ciation, Michigan State Dental As-
Workmen's Circle, died Oct. 1 at sociation, Detroit District Dental
Society, Alpha Omega Dental Fra-
Louis Schlafer, president and age 71.
founder over 50 years ago of the
Mr. Yefroiken, f a t h e r of Dr. ternity and Detroit Women of Al-
Schiafer Iron and Steel Co., 1950 Ronald Efron of Ann Arbor, died pha Omega.
Medbury, died Tuesday at age 96. of a heart attack while reading
Survivors are her husband, Dr.
Mr, Schiafer, 19388 Stratford, a report to the annual meeting of Azriel, 15255 James, Oak Park,
who was born in Russia, lived in the circle's national executive com- and two sisters, Mrs. Bernard (Ce-
cilia) Billes and Bernice Cooper.
Detroit 60 years. He was a member mittee.
of Cong. Shaarey Zedek.
Educational director since 1953,
Survivors are two sons, Maurice Mr. Yefroiken taught Yiddish lit- Harry Tower, Educator
and Nathan; four daughters, Mar- erature and Jewish history in the at Berkley High School
garet, Mrs. William (Rose) Wachs, circle's education system soon
Harry Tower, counselor and edu-
Mrs. Sara Landsman and Mrs. after coming to this country from cator at Berkley
High School for
Harry (Celia) Colman; six grand- Latvia in 1921.
the past 10 years, died Sept. 29 at
children and five great-grandchil-
Mr. Yefroiken, editor of Culture age 50.
dren.
and Education, a monthly publica-
Mr. Tower, 18618 Birwood, was
tion in Yiddish in New York, last a member of Cong. Beth Abraham,
year published a book on Jewish Michigan Educators Association,
life in Eastern Europe and the National Council of Measurement
Soviet Union called "Jews Do Not in Education, Michigan Counselors
Surrender."
Association and Metropolitan De-
In loving memory of my dear
He was an organizer of the Con-
husband, Abraham Stein, who gress of Jewish Culture formed in troit Councelors Association. He
passed away Oct. 12, 1964. Sadly 1946 to fight Communist influence was a native of Detroit.
Surviving him are his wife, Al-
missed by his wife, Marion; daugh- in Jewish communal life.
ma; two sons, Stephen and Jay;
ter, Myrna; and grandchildren.
* * *
his father, Louis Tower; a brother,
Ben; and five sisters, Mrs. Albert
In memory of the late Herman Decorator Sylvia Morris
Sylvia Morris, a free-lance in- (Kate) Sanders, Mrs. Pearl Klein,
Bellock, who passed away Oct 6,
1957. Sadly missed and always re- terior decorator died Sept. 29 at Mrs. Max (Adeline) Warschaw,
Mrs. Gerald (Freida) Weisman and
membered by his children, mother age 45.
and sisters.
Mrs. Morris, 16281 Fairfax, Marion.
Southfield, was a member of Tem-
ple Emanu-El and its sisterhood, Benson Wigderson,
the National Council of Jewish
MEMORIAL GIFTS
Women, Brandeis University Wom- Chiropractor 42 Years
FOR A FRIEND OR LOVED
ONE OR TO REMEMBER AN
en, Detroit Chapter of Hadassah
Benson L. Wigderson, chiroprac-
ANNIVERSARY to advance
and the Founders Society of the tor for 42 years, the last 30 in
health-care, vocational train-
ing, care for the aged in Is-
Detroit Institute of Arts.
Detroit, died Sept. 28 at age 73.
rael will be gratefully re-
Surviving are her husband, Syd-
Mr. Wigderson, 20437 Renfrew,
ceived and acknowledged by
ney; her mother, Mrs. Rose Shein- had offices at 17589 James Cou-
HISTADRUT
feld; a brother, Leslie Field; and zens. Born in Wisconsin, he was
19161 Schaefer Hwy.
three sisters, Mrs. Leslie (Sally) a member of Perfection Lodge
Phone UN 4-7094
Mandel, Mrs. Harold (Florence) F&AM, Pisgah Lodge of Bnai Brith
Glenn and Mary Ann Sheinfeld.
and the Michigan Association of
Chiropractors.
He leaves his wife, Esther, a
daughter, Mrs. Herbert (Marlene)
The entire Jewish Community is asked to attend the
Singerman; one brother, two sis-
ters and two grandchildren.

Dr. Antonia Weller,
Physician, Dentist

Louis Schlafer, 96;
Founded Steel Co.

In Memoriam

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

OBITUARIES

ROSE BERKOWITZ, 275 Mer-
ton, died Sept. 30. Survived by two
sons, David of Bessemer, Mich.,
and Leonard; three daughters, Mrs.
Esther Kogan, Sarah and Freda
Berkowitz; one sister and three
grandchildren.
* * *
ESTHER BUSKER, 21970 Park-
lawn, Oak Park, died Oct. 1. She
leaves a son, Joseph H.
* * *
BARNEY CRAIG, 11939 Ohio,
died Oct. 2. Survived by his wife,
Glendora; and two sisters.
* * *
HARRY A. DAVIDSON, 14000
W. 10 Mile, Oak Park, died Oct.
4. Survived by a son, Norman;
three . daughters, Mrs. David I.
(Mae) Berris, Beatrice and Mrs.
Marvin (Ruth) Herman of Miami;
seven grandchidren and 10 great-
grandchildren.
* * *
ISADORE GREENSTEIN, 2572
Fullerton, died Oct. 4. Survived by
two sons, Paul and Philip Green;
three brothers, one sister and eight
grandchildren.
* * *
ROSE GOLDMAN, 13359 S. Nor-
folk, died Sept. 28. Survived by
her husband, Paul: three sons, Ar-
thur Schlesinger, Mansfield Schle-
singer of Los Angeles and Herman;
two daughters, Mrs. Irving (Irene)
Gilbert and Mrs. Jack (Edith)
Weiss; 11 grandchildren and three
great-grandchildren.
* * *
DOROTHY A. KARDONSKY, 6
W. Arizona, died Sept. 30. She
leaves her husband, Harry.
* * *
GEORGE KINGSTON, 26091
Stratford, Oak Park, died Oct. 1.
He leaves his wife, Bernice; a son,
David; and a daughter, Debbie.
* * *
ETHEL KOVAN, 19390 Votro-
beck, died Sept. 29. She leaves two
sons, Dr. Dennis J. and Dr.
Thomas; one brother, one sister
and seven grandchildren.
* 5 5
HYMAN LIPKIN, 3027 Richton,
died Sept. 29. Survived by his wife,
Jean; two sons, Louis of Menlo
Park, Calif. and Arthur E.; two
daughters, Mrs. Ruth Stark and
Mrs. Louis (Jennie) Berlin; one
sister, 11 grandchildren and two
great-grandchildren.
*

DAVID SCHWARTZENFELD of
Bronx, died Sept. 30. Survived by
two sons, Milton and Alfred of
Detroit; a daughter, Lillian; one
sister and two grandchildren.
* * *
GLORIA SHARKEY, 16939
Jeanette, Southfield, died Oct. 1.
She leaves her husband, Leonard;

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Mrs. Helen Mitchell, 20550 Old-
ham, Southfield, died Oct. 1 at age
62.
Mrs. Mitchell, a member of Cong.
Shaarey Zedek in Lansing, also
belonged to the Jewish Home for
the Aged, Hadassah and the Worn-
en's League for Children's Ortho-
genic School. Born in Jersey City,
she lived in Lansing several years.
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a son, Jeffrey; a daughter, Karen;
her mother, Mrs. Bert Kuhn of
Miami Beach; and one brother.
* * *
ANNIE STOLARSKY, former
Detroiter, died in Los Angeles. Sur-
vived by three daughters, Mrs.
Morris (Ida) Shulman, Sara Stel-
lar of Los Angeles and Mrs. Rob-
ert (Frances) Brooks of Portland,
Ore.; two brothers, one sister and
four grandchildren.
• * *
PHILIP TAUB, 2600 Sturtevant,
died Sept. 28. Survived by three
brothers, Samuel, Aaron and Ja-
cob of Windsor; and a sister, Mrs.
Chana Levin of Israel.
* * *
ANNA TAWLICKI, 11501 Pe-
tosky, died Oct. 2. Survived by her
husband, Rabbi Bencion; two
brothers and two sisters.
* * *
FAYE TOBIAS, 225 Merton,
died Oct. 1. She leaves a brother,
Adrian A.; two nephews and two
nieces.

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