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January 13, 1967 - Image 39

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-01-13

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Jeanette Golden, 79;
Was Descendent of
Old Detroit Family

Jeanette Golden, member of a
Detroit family who helped found
the Broadway Market, died Jan.
7 at age 79.
Mrs. Golden, who was a resident
of the Jewish Home for Aged,
was a descendant of the Solomon
family which came to Detroit 130
years ago and established a whole-
sale fish company.
Survivors are a son, Donald; a
a ugh te r, Mrs. Max (Reva),
Schwartz; and five grandchildren.

Friday, January 13, 1967-39

WHITE PLAINS, N.Y.—Writer
Waldo Frank, whose work was
little recognized in this country
but was highly praised in Latin
America, died Tuesday at age 77.
Mr. Frank was born in Long
Branch, N.J., the son of Julius J.
and Helene Rosenberg Frank. He
held bachelors and masters de-
from Yale, then wrote for

Miss Helen Ratner, 68

Helen Ratner, former owner of
Robert Ladies Wear, 3415 Chrysler,
for 15 years, died Sunday at age
68.
Born in Russia, Miss Ratner
lived in Detroit 55 years. She
resided at 2509 Hazelwood. Sur-
vivors are a brother, Milton Radner
and two sisters, Bessie Radner and
Mrs. Bertha Katz.

In Memoriam

In loving memory of my dear
son Martin Fine, who passed away
Jan. 24, 1947 (3 days in Shevat).
Gone but not forgotten. He will
always be in my heart.
Mother

The Family of the Late

REBECCA
SANDBERG

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.

Relatives and friends are
asked to attend Memorial
Services for the late

JOSEPH J.
WEISS

on Sunday, Jan. 15, at 9
a.m. at the Downtown
Synagogue. Rabbi Gamze
will officiate. Unveiling
will take place in Miami,
Florida at the Lakeside
Memorial Park Cemetery
Sunday, Jan. 15 at 11:45

PLEASE MENTION THIS
PUBLICATION WHEN YOU
SEND FOR YOUR FREE
COPY OF THE HEINZ
24-YEAR HEBREW-
ENGLISH CALENDAR

We have arranged with
the Heinz people to send
to our readers on request
an extremely useful book-
let that should be in every
Jewish home. Within the
32 pages of the 24-Year
Hebrew-English Calendar
are all the Hebrew dates
and days of the week along
with their equivalent "En-
glish" dates from Rosh
Hashanah, 1943 to the day
before Rosh Hashanah,
1967. With this calendar,
you can find Yahrzeit dates
at a glance.
You can get your free

copy simply by writing a
post card or a letter to:

H. I. Heinz Co., Dept. J2,

Box 57, Pitts., Pa. 15230.

OBITUARIES

Waldo Frank Dies

WALDO FRANK

newspapers. Later, he turned to
fictional writing. As a friend of
Hispanic culture, he was called
"a literary ambassador to Latin
America." He wrote many books
on Spain and South America.
He also wrote "Bridgehead: The
Drama of Israel," an impres-
sionistic study of that country,
;957.
inli e was a founder, with James
Oppenheim, the poet, of a literary
magazine, "the seven arts," which
lasted only a year but published
virtually all the "new" authors
on the threshhold of greatness.

Eva Gordon Springer,
Past Eastern Star Chief

Eva Gordon Springer, past worthy
matron of Purity Chapter, Order
of the Eastern Star, died Jan. 6
at age 72.
Mrs. Springer, a native of Chi-
cago, lived at 19961 Sussex. She
had been a Detroit resident 44
years.
She leaves her husband, Her-
man; a daughter, Mrs. Allan (Deb-
orah) Schmier; a brother, Samuel
P. of Chicago; two sisters, Mrs.
Albert (Betsy) Seiden and Mrs.
David (Della) Wellman, both of
Beverly Hills; and three grand-
children,
Interment, Chicago.

Radomer Society to Hold
Services for Six Million

The Radomer Mutual Society of
Detroit willo hold its 24th annual
Yizkor services in commemoration
of the six million martyred Jews
of the Hitler holocaust, and par-
ticularly, the 20,000 Jews from the
city of Radom, Poland, 9 p.m.
Sunday at the Labor Zionist Insti-
tute.
Cantor Louis Klein of Cong. Bnai
Moshe and Rabbi Herbert Eskin
will conduct the memorial services.

Lillian Segal; Held Office

Lillian Segal, a member of Ha-
dassah, Cong. Beth Aaron and
its sisterhood, as well as secretary
of the Korestichever Aid Society
Ladies Auxiliary, died Jan. 5 at
age 74.
Mrs. Segal, born in Russia, had
been a Detroit resident 55 years.
She lived at 18120 Snowden.
Survivors are her husband,
Aaron J.; three sons, Edward,
George and Robert; two brothers,
Samuel and Hyman Friedman; a
sister, Mrs. Louis (Ann) Haller;
and eight grandchildren.

FANNIE BOBKIN, 3751 Elm-
hurst, died Jan. 7. Survived by a
son, Alexander; three daughters,
Mrs. Jack (Celia) Schoenberg of
Brooklyn, Mrs. Herman (Ida)
Stone of Kew Gardens, N. Y., and
Mrs. Louis (Mary) Revello; one
sister and six grandchildren.
* * *
ROSE CHERIN, 23201 Harding,
Oak Park, died Jan. 10. She leaves
two sons. Gabriel of Silver Spring,
Md., and Dr. Martin; a daughter,
Mrs. Morris (Rote) Rosen of
Grandville, N.Y.; seven grandchil-
dren and six great-grandchildren.
Interment, Belleville. N.J.
* * *
FANNIE EISENSMITH. former
Detroiter of Miami Beach, died
Jan. 8. She leaves her husband,
Louis; two daughters, Mrs. Alan
(Ida) Nathan and Mrs. Meyer
(Beatrice) Sturman• one brother
one sister and four grandchildren.

SOLOMON JASGUR 19491
vived
Washburn, died Jan. 7. Sur
by his wife, Blanche; three sons,
Robert, Richard and Kenneth; one
brother, two sisters and one grand-

child.

*
BESSIE KAUFMAN, 11501 Pe-
toskey, died Jan. 8. She leaves a
daughter, Mrs. Manuel (Ruth)
Feldstein, in Detroit; four sons

Sidney Weinberg, 54;
Active at Beth Aaron

Sidney Weinberg, past president
of Beth Aaron Men's Club and a
past board member of the con-
gregation, died Wednesday at
age 54.
Mr. Weinberg, a salesman with
Star Furniture Co., was a mem-
ber of the Furniture Club of De-
troit, as well as the Judea Club.
Born in Latvia, Mr. Weinberg
lived in the Detroit area 53 years.
He resided at 17381 Evans, South-
field.
Survivors are his wife, Frances;
five daughters, Mrs. Jack (Berta)
Greenbaum, Mrs. Harvey (Susan)
Kahn, Rosalind, Deborah and
Beverly; one brother, three sisters
and one grandchild.

Dr. Schinagel Dies

Dr. Geza Schinagel, for three de-
cades a prominent Detroit physi-
cian and surgeon, died in Los
Angeles Jan. 5. His late residence
was at 129 N. Valley St., Burbanck,
Calif.
After his 30 years of practice
here, Dr. Schinagel, who was a
Fellow of the College of Surgeons,
retired and settled in California.
He is survived by his wife Fritzi
and a daughter by adoption.
The Schinagel home here was
known as a gathering place for
artists, intellectuals and religious
leaders.
Dr. Schinagel was the author of
two books and had participated in
numerous professional symposia.

and one daughter in Chicago; and
a sister. Interment Chicago.
* * *
ANNA C. KEA, 151 Avalon,
died Jan. 7. No survivors.

JOSEPH ROTH, 21128 Pembroke,
died Dec. 31. Survived by his wife,
Pearl; . two sons, Steven and
Mitchell; a daughter, Sherry; and
one brother. The name of Mrs.
* *
Roth was erroneously omitted in
ANNA KRANIES, 20430 Gar- last week's paper.

*
dendale, died Jan. 7. She leaves
her husband, Morris; two sons,
ISADORE SHANBROM, 20402
Joseph Cranis and Alec Cranis; Cheyenne, died Jan. 10. She leaves
two daughters, Mrs. Jean Berko- three sons, Julius, Albert and
witz and Mrs. Murray (Pauline) Louis; three grandchildren" and four
Kaback; four grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
* * *
three great-grandchildren.
• * *
JOSEPH SIMMONS, former De-
IGNATZ KRAUS, 19871 North- troiter of Long Beach, Calif., died
brook, Southfield, died Jan. 6. Sur- Dec. 23. Survived by his wife,
vived by a son, Dr. Edmond M.; Ruth; two sons, Sanford and Wil-
a daughter, Mrs. Albert (Violet) liam; and one sister. Interment,
Fletcher; one brother, six grand- California.
children and four great-grandchil-
*
dren.
DORA.
WITUS,
585 Giles, Wind-
*
:k
BEN LEWIS, 20175 Votrobeck, sor, died Jan. 11. Survived by four
died Jan. 6. He leaves his wife, sons, Ray, Carl, George and Harry;
Betty; a daughter, Mrs. Fred one sister and five grandchildren.
4 4
(Lois) Howard; and three grand-
children.
HARRY ZAHLER, 3744 Edison,
* *
died Jan. 6. Survived by a brother,
ABRAHAM LONG, 2646 Park, Louis of Los Angeles.
died Jan. 10. Survived by his
mother, Mrs. Leah Long, and a
sister, Mrs. Ben (Clara) Dushnik,
both of Ann Arbor.

*

WE REMEMBER
71-17X 71tX

* *

SAM MILLMAN of Toledo, died
Jan. 4. Survived by his wife, Ann;
four sons Frank, Louis, William,
and David; a daughter, Mrs. Mar-
vin (Edith) Rosenbaum; two bro-
thers, Abe and Meyer of Detroit;
four sisters, including Mrs. Rose
Muroff, and Mrs. Sam (Lillian)
Belkin of Detroit; and nine grand-
children.
* *
MAXINE MILLER, 14335 , Bain-
bridge, Livonia, died Jan. 9. She
leaves her husband, Herbert; a son,
Howard; a daughter, Donna; her
mother, Mrs. Irwin Zweig; and one
sister.
* * *
LOUIS NATINSKY, 3757 Cort-
land, died Jan. 8. Survived by a
niece, Mrs. Samuel (Mollie) Perl-
stein.
• * *
JOSEPH ROSENTHAL, 325
Giles Blvd. W., Windsor, died Jan.
5. He leaves two sons, Dr. Albert
and Dr. Saul; four daughters, Mrs.
Martin J. (Bess) Gorelick, Mrs.
Charles (Ruth) Benjamin, Mrs.
Maurice (Belle) Linton and Mrs.
Israel (Molly) Center; 11 grand-
children and one great-grandchild.

YETTA ROSENDER, 11501 Pe-
toskey, died Jan. 11. Survived by
three sons, Maurice, Benjamin
and Tom; a daughter, Mrs. Fran-
ces Cohen; five grandchildren and
five great-grandchildren.

Sid Wolfson's
MONUMENT CENTER, INC.

661 E. 8 MILE, FERNDALE
1 1/2 Blocks E. of Woodward
6 Blks. from 3 Jewish
Cemeteries on Woodward
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During the coming
week Yeshiva Beth
Yehudo wilt observe
the Yahrzeit of the
following
deported
friends. with the
troditionoi Memorial
Prayers, recitation of
Kaddish and study-
ing ot Mishnayes.

Hebrew Civil
Shevat Jan.

4
Louis Kideckel
4
Sarah Hootner
4
Bessie Bicoll
Abraham Morris Corn 4
4
Max Sitrin

15
15
15
15
15

Clara Math
Sheldon B. Richie
Max Milgrom

5

5
5

16
16
16

Sidney Feldman
Dina Manheim
Joseph Penfil
Sam Cohen

6 -
6
6
6

17
17
17
17

Abraham Schloss
Seymour L. Sobol
Elchonon Singer
Sam Z. Hirschman

7
7
7

18
18
18

Robert Rosenberg
8
Lea Siebner
8
Peter Vass
8
H. J. Diamond
8
Samuel M. Reichstein 8
Alyce Rood 8

19
19
19
19
19
19

Jacob Gottlieb
Pearl Helper

9
9

20
20

10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10

21
21
21
21
21
21
21
21
21
21

Bessie Goldfarb
Ethel Fidler
Goldie Blumenthal
Bessie Goldfarb
Morris Halpern
Joseph Herman Heller
Mr. J. Levin
Louis Levin
Esther Philosoph
John Taubman

18

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Phone 353-6750

Fannie Weingarden, 80

Fannie Weingarden, widow of
Hyman Weingarden, who founded
Gardner Furniture Co., died Jan.
6 at age ao.
Mrs. Weingarden's son Harry,
who was a vice president of Gard-
ner Furniture, died last April.
Born in Russia, Mrs. Weingarden
was a 68-year resident of -Detroit.
She lived at 13264 N. Norfolk.
Survivors are two sons, Max
and Leonard; a daughter, Mrs.
Harry (Lillian) Antman; a brother,
Frank Turner; three sisters, Mrs.
Celia Lieberman, Mrs. Rose Kech
and Mrs. Minnie Langer; nine
grandchildren and five great-
grandchildren.

Sidney A. Deitch

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