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October 06, 1967 - Image 63

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-10-06

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Monument
Unveiling

Unveiling announcements may be in-
serted by mall or by calling The Jewish
News office, 17100 W. 7 Mile Rd., De-
troit 48235, VIC 1-5344. Written an-
nouncements must be accompanied by
the name and address of the person
making the insertion. There is a stand-
ing charge of 53.30 far an unveiling
notice, measuring an inch in depth,
and $7.00 for one two inches deep with
a black border.
• •


The family of the late Joseph
Goldman announces the unveiling
of a monument in his memory
11:30 a.m. Sunday, Oct, 15, at Nu-
sach Hari Cemetery. Rabbi M. Hal-
pern and Cantor Ackerman will
officiate.
• • •
The family of the late Sam Maltz
announces the unveiling of a monu-
ment in his memory 1 p.m. Sunday,
Oct. 15, at Workmen's Circle Ceme-
tery, Turover Section. Rabbi Don-
in will officiate. Relatives and
friends are asked to attend.
• • •
The f amily of the late Harry
Zahler announces the unveiling of
a monument in his memory noon
Sunday, Oct. 8, at Beth Abraham
Cemetery. Rabbi I. Halpern will
officiate. Relatives and friends are
asked to attend.

The family of the late Fannie
Eisensmith and Mathilda S. Nathan
announces the unveiling of a monu-
ment in their memory 1 p.m. Sun-
day, Oct. 8, at Clover Hill Mem-
orial Park. Rabbi Syme will
officiate. Relatives and friends are
asked to attend.
• • •
The family of the late Esther
Waldon announces the unveiling
of a monument in her memory 2
p.m. Sunday, Oct. 15, at Machpelah
Cemetery. Rabbi Gorrelick will of-
ficiate. Relatives and friends are
asked to attend.

Anna Lesiger, 82

Anna Lesiger, wife of the late
Rabbi Morris Lesiger of Buffalo
and Rochester, Minn., died Sunday
at age 82.
Mrs. Lesiger, mother of Mrs.
Harry (Ellen) Meisner of Oak
Park, was a frequent visitor to
Detroit and passed away here.
She had resided with her daugh-
ter the past nine years, after re-
tiring as the operator of a kosher
rooming house in Rochester. Many
Orthodox patients at the Mayo
Clinic stayed at her home, called
Kunowsky's.
Born in Russia, Mrs. Lesiger
contributed to a number of Ortho-
dox causes, largely yeshivot and
orphan and aged homes in Israel.
Besides her daughter, who re-
sides at 13401 Irvine, Oak Park,
Mrs. Lesiger leaves one grand-
child.

William Dubrinsky, 55

William Dubrinsky, retired co-
owner of Imperial Iron and Metal
Co., scrap metal dealers, died Sept.
29. He was 55.
Mr. Dubrinsky, 20493 Warring-
ton, was a member of Cong. Beth
Abraham and Brandeis Lodge,
Bnai Brith. He was born in Russia
and lived in Detroit 50 years.
Survivors are his wife, Jean;
two daughters, Barbara and Sus-
an; three brothers, Samuel, Joseph
and Isadore; and two sisters, Mrs.
Nathan (Rose) Silverman and Mrs.
Joseph (Ida) Olshansky.

Plans for the Hannah Schloss
Old Timers Annual Memorial Serv-
ice were announced by Edward L
Schlussel, president, and Harry T.
Madison, chairman for the me-
morial service.
Rabbi Moses Lehrman of Cong.
Bnai Moshe will deliver the prin-
cipal address at the program, to
be held 8 p.m. Thursday in Shiff-
man Hall of the Jewish Community
Center. Cantor Louis Klein will
chant the El Mole Rahamim.
The service will honor the de-
ceased members of the Hannah
Schloss Old Timers. Family and
friends are invited to attend.
Refreshments will be served fol-
lowing the services.

Memorial Rites Set
for Six Million

The Hebrew Benevolent Society
invites Detroit Jewry to participate
in a memorial service for the six
million Jews who died at the hands
of the Nazis during World War II
1:30 p.m. Oct. 8 at the Hebrew Me-
morial Park (Chesed shel Emes
Cemetery).
Rabbi Solomon H. Gruskin of
Cong. Bnai David and Cantor Jos-
eph Birnholtz of Cong. Beth Hillel
will officiate at the services.
Nathan Samet is chairman of the
arrangements committee. Commit-
tee members are Morris Dorn, Sam-
uel P. Havis, Sam Levine, Hyman
Lipsitz, Edward Miller, Samuel S.
Portlier and Isidore Sosnick.

Robert Applebaum, 25,
Dr. Mirsky of Yeshiva U.
a Drowning Victim

Robert L. Applebaum, operator
of shopping center children's rides,
drowned Sept. 27 while on vaca-
tion in Santa Monica. He was 25.
Mr. Applebaum, 23009 Kipling,
Oak Park, was a Navy veteran,
and he belonged to the Michigan
Showmen's Assoication and Temple
Radomer Yizkor Services Bnai Israel in Toledo.
Radomer Mutual Society of De-
Survivors are ms parents, Mr.
troit will hold Yizkor services at and Mrs. Applebaum; a brother,
its monument in Hebrew Memorial Howard; and his grandmother,
Park u. a.m.. Sunday.
Mrs. Ida Roth. Interment Toledo.

DETROIT JEWRY

BROOKLYN — Dr. Samuel K.
Mirsky, author of definition works
on Jewish history, law and relig-
ion and a professor of rabbinics
at Yeshiva University, died Mon-
day at age 68.

To Build Jewish Pavilion
as Memorial at Auschwitz

PARIS (JTA)—Preparations for
the opening of a Jewish pavilion at
Auschwitz as a memorial to the
millions of Jewish martyrs and re-
sistance heroes of the Nazi regime
have been completed by the inter-
national committee of the survivors
of Auschwitz. The pavilion will
open next April, marking the 25th
anniversary of the Warsaw Ghetto
uprising.

is invited to participate in a

"MEMORIAL SERVICE"

In Memory of Our
Beloved Father and
Grandfather

for the six million Jews who perished in Europe at

MEYER ZACK

the hands of the Nazis ... which will be held on

Who passed away Oct. 5,
1962 (seven days in
Tishre).
Forever in our hearts.
His devoted children
and grandchildren.

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 8th, at I :30 P.M.

at the HEBREW MEMORIAL PARK

(Chased Skel Esnos Cemetery

14 Mile Rd, and Grotiot)

IN LOVING MEMORY

CANTOR JOSEPH BIRNHOLTZ

of Congregation Beth Hale!

Will Participate in These Services

Harry Partner, President
Pawl Jacobs, Samuel S. Partner, Vice-Presidents
Samuel P. Havis, Cem. Chairman
Rabbi Israel I. Rockove, Executive Director

ARRANGEMENTS COMMITTEE

Nathan Samet, Chairman
Morris Dorn, Semite! P. Nevis, Sam Levine, Hyman Lipsitz,
Edward Miller, Samuel P. Penner, Isidore Sosnick

OBITUARIES

ANNA CANN, 19154 Freeland,
died Sept. 28. Survived by a son,
Samuel; a daughter, Mrs. Jack
(Lillian) Gorov; and one grand-
child.
• * *
DR. HAROLD CHATLIN, 150
Virginia Park, died Sept. 28. He
leaves two sisters, Mrs. Ruth Lieb-
erman and Mrs. Archie (Sylvia)
Cherrin.
* * s
MORRIS DOMBROWSKY, 19984
Hartwell, died Oct. 1. He leaves his
wife, Sally; a son, David Coby;
two daughters, Mrs. Sol (Bess)
Meyers and Mrs. Louis (Esther)
Weingarden; and seven grandchild.
ren.
• s •
DANIEL DUNN, 25716 Grand
Concourse, Southfield, died Oct. 3.
He leaves his wife, Goldie; two
daughters, Mrs. Thomas (Arlene)
McDaniel and Myra; one brother,
two sisters and one grandchild.
• • •
MAX FREEDMAN, 13556 Santa
Rosa, died Sept. 22. Survived by
his wife, Sophie; two sons, Tanie
and Saul of San Diego; a daughter,
Mrs. Louis (Lillian) Rosen; two
sisters and six grandchildren.
• • •
BELLA GOLBIN, 18944 Stans-
bury, died Oct. 3. Survived by her
husband, Benjamin; a daughter,
Mrs. Anthony (Shirley) Getto of
Garden City; one grandchild and
one great-grandchild.
• • •
JENNIE GREENBERG, 23055
Sussex, Oak Park, died Oct. 1. She
leaves two sons, Morris Greene
and Dr. Ralph A., four daughters,
Mrs. Harry (Henrietta) Palmer,
Mrs. Irwin (Esther) Kampner,
Mrs. Abe (Frances) Moses and
Mrs. Leon (Stella) Rives; 16 grand-
children and eight great-grand-
children.
• • •
CARL GREENFIELD, 19309 As-
bury Park, died Sept. 28. Survived r
by his wife, Martha; a son, Phillip;
a daughter, Mrs. William (Ellen)
Cutsinger; tv
-70*tothers, three sis-
ters and 11 grair6prildren.

MARGARET YELLI?, 1 8 6 3 7
Robson, died Oct. 3. Snrvived by
her husband, William; al son, Mor-
ris; two daughters, Mrs. Melvin
(Beatrice) Harris and Mrs. Jer-
ome (Edythe) Awerbuch; one sis-
ter and seven grandchildren.

Ralph Marx Levy, retired owner
of Ralph's Auto Parts, 3025 Law-
rence, died Sept. 29 at age 77. He
was a native of Detroit.
A life member of Union Lodge,
F&AM, Mr. Levy also belonged to
Downtown-Fox Bnai Brith and was
a 47-year member of Temple Beth
El, of which his grandfather was
a founder.
Mr. Levy, 17601 Roselawn, leaves
his wife, Irma; and a brother,
Irvine.

ROBERT
SHATANOFF
ISAAC and PEARL
MILLSTEIN
HYMAN 3.
MILLSTEIN
HARRY
MILLSTEIN
PHILIP BLADEN
AL WELITZKIN

FOREVER
IN OUR HEARTS
Your children, grandchil-
dren and great - grandchil-
dren.

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

David Teitelbaum
Isaak Hess
Rive Abramovitz
Max Potok
Joseph Silverstein,
Pincus Hendler

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Shane Goldsmith
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Anna Goldstein
Henry Schneider
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Clara Gold
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Joseph Samuel
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Fannie Escoff
Anna Mintz
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Sam Goodstein
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Samuel Brenner
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Louis Applebettne
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* * *

HARRY POLK, 22 Charlotte, died
Oct. 1. Survived by a brother Phil-
lip of South Bend, Ind.
* * *
CHARLES ROSEN, 29228 Mead-
owlark, Livonia, died Sept. 29.
Survived by his wife, Pauline; two
sons, Paul Roza and Leonard; one
brother, one sister and four grand-
children.
• • •

Ralph Marx Davy, 77;
Owned Auttj'arts Firm



DIRECTORS

HYMAN KOVITZ of Israel, for-
merly of Detroit, died Sept. 29.
He leaves his wife, Miriam; a son,
Arthur of Evanston, Ill.; a daugh-
ter, Mrs. Spencer (Dorothy) Rich
of Washington; three brothers, two
sisters and four grandchildren. In-
terment Detroit.
• • •
MIGNONETTE B. KUSHNER,
19346 Ardmore, died Sept. 30. Sur-
vived by her husband, Meyer; one
brother and one sister.

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