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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-03-10

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, March 10, 1967-39

ORT Fund Set Up in N
- ame
of Susye Frankel Oberfelder

In memory of Susye Frankel
Oberfelder, a long-time member
of Women's American ORT, a
room is to be set up in her name
at the John F. Kennedy ORT
Center in Jerusalem, a vocational
training school for underprivileged
children operated through the Or-
g a n i z a t i o n for Rehabilitation
Through Training.
Mrs. Oberfelder, 8805 Kings-
wood, wife of the president of
Frankel Manufacturing Co., died
March 2 while on vacation in
Mexico City. She was 70.
Contributions to the Sus ye
Frankel Oberfelder Memorial
Fund may be sent to the Detroit
office of Women's American ORT,
19163 Livernois.
Born in Chicago, Mrs. Ober-

felder was a Detroit resident

Variety Store Owner
Isidor Leibovitz, 77

Isidor Leibovitz, founder and
co-owner of the first independent
variety store in Detroit, the L&L
Five Cents to Five Dollar Store,
10036 W. Eight Mile, died March

3 at age 77.
A charter member and a foun-
der of the National Association
of Variety Stores, Mr. Leibovitz
also was a member of Cong. Beth
Abraham, Pisgah Lodge of Bnai
Brith, Zionist Organization of
America and the Gold Star Par-
ents. He also was active in the
Jewish Welfare Federation and
the Jewish Center.
Born in Russia, Mr, Leibovitz
was a Detroit resident 62 years.
Mr. Leibovitz, 17553 Roselawn,
leaves three daughter s, Mrs.
Arthur (Tobie) Migdal, Mrs. Al-
bert (Shirley) Davis and Mrs.
Alex (Harriet) Roth; and nine

Samuel Gerson,
Former Jeweler

Samuel Gerson, owner of Ger-
son Jewelry, 136 Michigan, for 40
years and past president of the
48 years. She was a member of Standard-City Club of Detroit, died
Temple Beth El and its sister. Tuesday in Miami Beach where
hood, Franklin Hills Country he had made his home the past
Club, Great Lakes Club, Hadas- two years. He was 80 years old.
sah and National Council of Jew-
Mr. Gerson, a founder of the
ish Women.
Greater Detroit Jewelers Associa-
Besides her husband, Irving, tion also was on the board of the
Mrs. Oberfelder leaves a son, I. National Jewelers Association and
William; a brother, Henry of Den- belonged to Temple Beth 'El and
ver; and three grandchildren.
Franklin Hills Country Club. He

Rosalind Schubot,
Beth El Registrar

Rosalind Schubot, for 41 years
registrar of Temple Beth El, died
last Saturday at age 61.
Miss Schubot, past president for
three terms of Business and Pro-
fessional Chapter
of Hadassah, also
was a member of
Brandeis Univer-
sity National
Council of Jewish •
Women, Ameri-
can Jewish Con-
gress and the
Founders Society
of the Detroit In-
stitute of Arts.
Miss Schubot, Miss Schubot
17655 Manderson, was a native
Detroiter. She leaves three broth-
ers, Jules, Maurice and Harvey;

and two sisters, Sadie and Betty.

Art Teacher Killed
in Airplane Crash

was active also in the Allied
Jewish Campaign.
Born in Dubois, Pa., Mr. Gerson
lived in Detroit 70 years.
He leaves his wife, Anna; a son,
Irving of Highland Park, Ill.; a
daughter, Mrs. Sol (Lois) Kushner
of Philadelphia; a sister, Mrs.
Benjamin (Pearl) Kaufman of
Hollywood, Fla. ; five grandchil-
dren and two great-grandchildren.
Services 1:30 p.m. today at
Kaufman Chapel will be followed
by interment at Clover Hill Park
Cemetery.

Ben Holtzman, 73 7
Owned Rex Cleaners

Ben Holtzman, former owner of
Rex Cleaners, died March 3 at
age 73.
Mr. Holtzman, 18405 Prairie,
was in the cleaning business most
of his life. He was a member of
Cong. Adas Shalom and a contribu-
tor to Hillel and Yeshivath Beth
Yehuda day schools, as well as
other Jewish philanthropies.
Born in Russia, Mr. Holtzman
lived in Detroit 54 years.
Survivors are two sons, Frank
E. and Irving; two daughters, Mrs.
Sam (Dorothy) Zack and Mrs. Al-
fred (Louise) Gaines; three broth-
ers, Isidore, Sam and Dave; a
sister, Mrs. Esther Marcus; and 11
grandchildren.

Mildred Friedenberg, a Detroit
art teacher, was one of 38 passen-
gers killed Monday in a Detroit-
bound airplane from . Columbus
which crashed near Kenton, 0.
Miss Friedenberg, who was to
exhibit her watercolors at a Col-
umbus art show three weeks from Morris Freedman, 78;
grandchildren.
now, was in Columbus completing
Was in Produce Business
arrangement for the exhibit and
Morris Freedman, 79, who was
visiting with her sister and broth-
er-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Ted Fink- associated with his three late bro-
thers in the produce firm of Stan-
elstein.
In loving memory of our dear
Miss Friedenberg, who resided dard Fruit Co., later incorporated
father Jack Anstandig, who passed
at 684 Merton, had taught at as Freedman Bros., in the Eastern
away March 24, 1963 (29 days in Pitcher Elementary School since Market, died Sunday. Mr. Freed-
Adar). Sadly missed and always
1964. She previously had taught man was long recognized as a spe-
remembered by his children, Lil- at Hampton, Robinson, Majes- cialist in the marketing of dried
lian, Janet, Max and Leo; grand- ke, Edison, Richard, Newton and fruits prior to his retirement
children and great-grandchildren.
Cerveny schools. She had stud- several ' years ago.
Mr. Freedman, who had been
ied art in Italy during a year-
in the produce business for 50
CARD OF THANKS
long sabbatical leave.
The family of the late William
A fellow teacher said the Col- years, resided at the Jewish Home
Gottlieb acknowledges with grate- umbus trip was a last-minute de- for the Aged. For many years he

In Memoriam

lived at 1545 Chicago. He was a
member of Union Lodge F&AM,
Masonic Order of the Shrine and
Pisgah Lodge of Bnai Brith. Born
in Russia, he lived in Detroit 65
years.
Lilyan Sisskind, Age 53 Survivors are two sisters, Mrs.
Lilyan Sisskind, former employe Harry (Rose) Sloan and Mrs.
of the Jewish Welfare Federation Allen (Kate) Shoenfield of Ann
and secretary to the president of Arbor.
Himelhoch's, died last Saturday
at age 53.
Miss Shatzen, Secretary
Mrs. Sisskind, 15114 James, Oak
Park, was a native of Detroit and to Late Rabbi Glazer
Sylvia Shatzen, one-time secre-
belonged to Temple Israel.
Survivors are her husband, tary to the late B. Benedict Glazer
Charles; a son, Michael; a daugh- of Temple Beth El, died Feb. 24
ter, Mrs. Lawrence (Barbara) in Beverly Hills. She was 55.
Mrs. Shatzen was secretary to
Cutler; a brother, Albert Weiss;
the rabbi of Temple Emanu-El in
and one grandchild.
Beverly Hills at the time of her
death. The temple has set up a
scholarship fund in her name.
The Family of the Late
Daughter of the late Lydia and
Morris
Shatzen of Detroit, she lived
BENJAMIN
in California more than 10 years.
HAUSNER
She leaves a brother, Harold, of
San Leandro, Calif, Interment Los
Announces the unveiling
Angeles.
of a monument in his
memory 2 p.m. Sunday,
March 19, at Clover Hill
Sid Wolfson's
Park Cemetery. Rabbi Is-
MONUMENT CENTER, INC.
rael Goodman will offi-
661 E. 8 MILE, FERNDALE
1 1/2 Blocks E. of Woodward
ciate. Relatives and friends
6 Blks. from 3 Jewish
are asked to attend.
Cemeteries on Woodward

ful appreciation the many kind cision, as Miss Friedenberg had
expressions of sympathy extended tickets to attend Saturday night's
by relatives and friends during Detroit Symphony concert but gave
the family's recent bereavement.
her tickets away Friday.

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and days of the week along
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before Rosh Hashanah,
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•■•••1111,

GEORGE BLEZOWSKI of Haifa
died Feb. 21. Survived by three
brothers, including Harry Blaize
and Phillip Blaize of Detroit;
three sisters, including Mrs. Ida
Eisenberg of El Monte, Calif., for-
merly of Detroit; three sons and
four grandchildren.
* * *
DAVID CHARLES COHANE, 632
Lillybridge, died March 6. No
survivors.
* * *
ANNA DEMBS, 16838 San Juan,
died March 8. She leaves her hus-
band, Joseph; four sons, Nelson,
Sol, Manuel and Phillip; a daugh-
ter, Mrs. Gerald (Faye) Jacobs;
one brother, one sister and 15
grandchildren.
*
EMANUEL FOSTER, 19177
Votrobeck, died March 6. Survived
by a son, Dennis; a daughter,
Susan; his mother, Mrs. Ida Fein-
berg; two brothers, one sister and
one grandchild.
*
*
BEATRICE GOLDBAUM, 24311
Oneida, Oak Park, died March 3.
She leaves her husband, Albert;
two sons, Raymond and Harvey;
three daughters, Mrs. Harry (Phyl-
lis) Krause, Mrs. William (Arlane)
Veis and Mrs. Harold (Harriett)
Goodman; four sisters and nine
grandchildren.
• * *
NATHAN HERMAN, 21161
Westhampton, Oak Park, died
March 5. Survived by a son, Jack
of Northridge, Calif.; two daugh-
ters, Mrs. Max (Sally) Stotzky and
Mrs. Ernest (Mary) Zipser; 10
grandchildren and three great-
grandchildren.
* * *
DORIS KRYKUN, 17401 Indiana,
died March 3. Survived by her
husband, Nathan; father, Abraham
M. Kreplak; one son, Jack; two
daughters, Mrs. Sam (Diana) Ber-
linberg and Mrs. Marvin (Minnie)
Katz; three brothers; one sister
and five grandchildren.
* * *
MIRIAM G. LIEBERMAN
(Lewis), 25030 Rue Versailles,
Oak Park, died March 4. She leaves
a son, Charles S. Lewis; a daugh-
ter, Mrs. Walter (Carol) Schwartz;
one brother, one sister and three
grandchildren.
* * *
MEYER LUBIN, 20058 Ard-
more, died March 8. He leaves
his wife, Alice; two sons, Gerald
of Lansing and Vincent; a daugh-
ter, Beverly of New York; his
mother, Mrs. Esther Lubinsky;
and two sisters.
* *
MARVIN J. MALL, 2640 E.
Eight Mile, died March 3. He
leaves a son, Keith A.; and a sis-
ter, Mrs. Albert (Harriet) Weiss.
* * *
JOE MERMELSTEIN, 12820 Oak
Park, Oak Park, died March 3.
Survived by two nephews, Milton
Mermell and Albert Mermelstein.
* * *
SYLVIA MILLER, 18001 Wood-
ingham, died March 5. Survived by
her husband, Albert; three sons,
Dr. Richard of Bronx, Stanton and

Jerome;o her mother, Mrs. Rose
Lipson; one brother and one grand-

child.

LOUIS MIRVIS of Bay City, died
March 5. Survived by a son, Harry
of Los Angeles; a daughter, Mrs.
Howard (Ruth) Kraska• one broth-
er and six grandchildren.
* * •
SUSAN NEWMAN, 1849 Ches-
ter, Royal Oak, died March 5. She
leaves her husband, Melvyn; her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Bine;

a sister, Rochelle; and her grand-
father, Louis Greenberg of Los
Angeles.
*
*
MEYER NUSBAUM, 17572 Stoe-
pel, died March 2. Survived by
three daughters, Mrs. Anne Mond-
row, Pearl and Gertrude; three
grandchildren and four g r ea t-
grandchildren.
* * *
CHAVA (MRS. JACOB)
SCHWARTZ, formerly of Windsor,
died March 3 in Los Angeles. Sur-
vived by two sons, Herman of De-
troit and Harry of Los Angeles;
a sister, Mrs. Dave (Eva) Goldberg
of Oak Park; and five grandchil-
dren.
* * *
ABRAHAM LOUIS SHERMAN,
2646 Park, died March 5. Sur-
vived by his wife, Ann.
*
DIANE SHIRLEY SCHIFF,
20039 Votrobeck, died March 4.
Survived by her husband, Lawr-
ence Schiff; mother, Mrs. Edith
Finkel.
* * *
DAVID WEISS, 10696 Curtis,
died March 3. He leaves his wife,
Sarah; a son, William; and a
daughter, Mrs. Marvin (N o 1 a)
Goldman.

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the Yohrzeit of the
following departed
friends. with the
traditionai Memorial
Prayers, recitation of
Kaddish and study-
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Jacob Dach

Chananya Willis
David Davis

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3

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15

Isidor H. Mendelsohn 4

16

Meyer Greenspoon

5

17

Rose Raimi
Anna Chinitz

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