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December 29, 1967 - Image 39

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-12-29

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

William Solomon, 77;

Retired Contractor

William Solomon, retired build-
ing contractor, died Dec. 21 at
age 77.
Mr. Solomon, 17419 Pinehurst,
was a member of Cong. Beth Aaron,
Rovner - Lachowitcher Aid Society
and Downtown - Fox and Sholem
Aleichem lodges of Bnai Brith.
Born in Russia, Mr. Solomon lived
in Detroit for 50 years.
Surviving are his wife, Ann;
three sons, Alexander of Ann
Arbor, Leon and Dr. Morton of
Groton, Conn.; two daughters, Mrs.
Albert (Miriam) Aston and Mrs.
Carl (Frances) Agranoff; a brother,
Martin of California; two sisters,
Mrs. Sadie Hammer of California
and Chassa; 13 grandchildren and
three great-grandchildren.

'Mike' Stewart, 52

Meyer (Mike) Stewart, president
of Stewart's Home Improvement,
15014 Wyoming, died Tuesday at
age 52.
Mr. Stewart, 18250 Littlefield,
was a veteran of World War II
and a member of C o n g. Beth
Aaron. Born in Deckerville, Mich.,
he lived in Detroit 41 years.
Surviving are his wife, Nettie;
two sons, Dr. Roger of Charlottes-
ville, Va., and Joseph; two brothers,
Sam and Joe; a daughter, Janet;
at sister, Mrs. Ann Jacobson; and
one grandchild.

CARD OF THANKS
The family of the late Harvey
Boxman acknowledges with grate-
ful appreciation the many kind ex-
pressions of sympathy extended by
relatives and friends during the
family's recent bereavement.

The Family of the Late

JACK ISRAEL

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.

The Family of the Late

Dr. William Klein

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.

Friday, December 29, 1967-39

Rabbis and laymen (Council of
Orthodox Rabbis of Detroit), disci-
ples and associates of the late
Rabbi Joseph Rabinowitz, gathered
Sunday evening at the Julius Roten-
berg Building to pay respects to
his memory.
Rabbi Rabinowitz died two weeks
ago in Givataim, Israel, where he
had transplanted Cong. Beth
Shmuel, of which be was spiritual
head during its 40 years' tenure
in Detroit.
Rabbi Meyer Moskowitz, son-in-
law of Rabbi Rabinowitz, came
from New York to participate in
the "hesped." He related that,
while still on the boat to Israel,
the Six-Day War broke out. Rabbi
Rabinowitz was reached by phone
in Athens and urged to return, but
he would not hear of it. Arriving
in Israel, he plunged into the work
of leading the newly created syna-
gogue. One of his last acts was to
place a "quite" in the Western
Wall, in which he formulated a
prayer for the welfare of the De-
troit Jewish community.
Rabbi Chaskel Grubner, execu-
tive director of the council, re-
ferred to the background of Rabbi
Rabinowitz, scion of a distinguished
rabbinical family of Russian leaders
in Hasidism who established a
large following there. He emi-
grated to this country 41 years
ago, the youthful heir of the line
of Hasidic rabbis, the Brezner
Rebe. Here he raised his family,
who now survive him: his wife,
Sima, sons Rabbi Philip of Chicago
and Rabbi Motel of New York;
and a daughter, Mrs. Sarah Mos-
kowitz, wife of Rabbi Meyer Mos-
kowitz. The rebitzin is still in
Israel, but the oldest son was able
to reach his father's bedside.
Other participants in the rites
were Rabbi Leizer Levin, presi-
dent of the council; Rabbi Sho-

lom P. Wohlgelernter, who urged
that a tangible memorial be
established; and Isidore Rosen-
berg, associated with the late
rabbi for over 30 years as presi-
dent of Cong. Beth Shmuel in
Detroit.
Rabbi Moskowitz chanted the tra-

ditional El Mole Rahamim.
Those wishing to send condol-
ences may address them to 44
Rabbi Herzog Street, Givataim,
Israel.

Harry Kay, Jeweler

Harry Kay, owner of Kay Jew-
elers in Warren, died Tuesday at
age 63. He was in the jewelry
business 25 years.
Mr. Kay, 24420 Connecticut,
Southfield, was born in Russia and
lived in the Detroit area 55 years.
He was a member of Perfection
Lodge F&AM and Adas Shalom

Synagogue.

In Loving Memory of
Dear Mother

Sophie Gladstone

Who passed away on Nov.
30, 1953 (23 days in
Kislev)

You are never forgotten,
Mother,
Nor will you ever be.
I miss you now; our hearts
are sore;
As time goes by, I miss
you more.
None can ever fill your
vacant place. Sadly miss-
ed these . 14 years
By S on
Arthur

Surviving are his wife, Ida; two
sons, Dr. Sherman and Dr. Don-

BURTON BENSON, 16234 Oxley,
Southfield, died Dec. 26. He leaves
his wife, Geraldine; two sons,
Lawrence and Gregg; his mother,
Mrs. Bonnie Bloom; and one sis-

ter.

SOPHIE GREENBERG, 18506
Stout, died Dec. 26. Survived by
her husband, Meyer; a daughter,
Mrs. Harry (Sarah) Levine; one
brother, two sisters and four grand-
children.
• • •

s • •
BEATRICE BOROCOFF, 15085
LOUIS GRODEN, 19136 Birch
Pierson, died Dec. 26. Survived by Ridge, Southfield, died Dec. 25.
three sons, Joe, Sam and Morris He leaves his wife, Bessie; four
Steingold; nine grandchildren and daughters, Mrs. Max (Ruth) Peck-

four great-grandchildren.
* • •
ETHEL BRAUNFELD, 17400
Fort, River Rouge, died Dec. 28.
She leaves four daughters, Clara,
Mrs. Samuel (Cecilia) Lebowitz,

Mr s. Arthur (Margaret) Leebov
and Mrs. Morton (B eatric e)
Malone; one brother, five grand-
children and 14 great-grandchil-
dren.
• • •
CHARLES CARSON, 16228 Ox-
ley, Southfield, died Dec. 25. He
leaves his wife, Pearl; a son, Arn-
old Stanley of Des Moines; two
daughters, Mrs. Leonard (Melva)
Sinkar of Havertown, Pa., and
Mrs. Penny Dines of Des Moines,
Interment Philadelphia.
• • •
ANNIE COHEN, 3030 Green-
field, died Dec. 24. She leaves two
sons, Harry and Meyer of Los An-
geles; three daughters, Mrs. Al-
bert (Ida) Diamond, Mrs. Morris
(Freda) Linden and Mrs. Charles
(Goldie) Y o u n g; two brothers,
seven grandchildren and 10 great-
children.
• • •
MILTON DEMIAN, 21880 Cool-
idge, Oak Park, died Dec. 22. He
leaves a brother, Sanford of Los
Angeles; and five sisters, Mrs. Lou
(Dorothy) Chaleff, Mrs. Leo (Ger-
trude) Lane and Molly, all of
Los Angeles, Mrs. Joseph (Betty)
Lentzer and Mrs. Steve (Shirley)
Collins. Interment Los Angeles,
• • •
MORRIS ESTRIN, 11501 Petos-
key, died Dec. 25, He leaves two
daughters, Mrs. I. (Lillian) Wal-
terstein of W. Lafayette, Ind., and
Rose; one sister and three grand-
children.
• • •
DORA FIEDLER, former De-
troiter of Los Angeles, died Dec.
22. Survived by nine nieces, two
nephews and one brother-in-law.
• • •
JULIUS GOLD, 14120 North-
end, Oak Park, died Dec. 24. Sur-
vived by his wife, Dina; his
mother, Mrs. Pearl Gold Hoffman;
two daughters, Judy and Sandra;
two brothers and one sister.
• • •
FANNIE GREEN, 18307 Pine-
hurst, died Dec. 22. She leaves
her husband, Manuel; a son, Bert-
ram of Saudi Arabia; a daugh-
ter, Mrs. Alan (Susan) Silver;
two brothers and one sister.

Attorney A. C. Rosen;
Was on YMCA Board

A. Cal Rosen, attorney with of-
fices at 1345 Broadway, died Mon -
day at age 66. A graduate of
Wayne State University in 1924,
Mr. Rosen was a physical director
of the YMCA and on its board
George Golden, President
of directors.
Born in Hartford, Conn., Mr.
of Gold Bell. Enterprises
Rosen lived most of his life in
George M. Golden, president of the Detroit area. He resided at 833
Gold Bell Enterprises, the gift Henley, Birmingham.
stamp chain, and a vice president
Surviving are two brothers,
of Allied Supermarkets, died Dec. Harry and Jack; and two sisters,
22 at age 52.
Mrs. Loretta Rashken and Mrs.
Mr. Gold e n, 1575 Lakewood, Jeanne R. Twins.
Bloomfield Hills, was a member
of Perfection Lodge F&AM.
CAMPAIGN
The only battle that can be won
A native Detroiter, Mr. Golden
leaves his wife, Elsie; a son, Rich- by losing is trying to reduce the
gastronic bulge.
ard; and a brother, Frank.

ald; three brothers, Norman, Irv-
ing and Donald Katz; a sister,
Mrs. Irving (Rose) Rosenthal; and
seven grandchildren.

er, Mrs. Harry (Frances) Bussell,
Mrs. Leon (Anne) Yelinsky and
Mrs. Peter (Claire) Marazoff; nine
grandchildren and seven great-
grandchildren.

• s

18325 W. 9 MILE RD., IN SOUTHFIELD

*

ROSE GUNSBERG, 11501 Petos-
key, died Dec. 25. She leaves two
sons, Jules and Frank of Tampa;
two daughters, Mrs. Maurice (Mar-
gerette) Goodman of Toledo and
Mrs. S a m (Alice) Schulman;
eight grandchildren and seven
great-grandchildren.
• *

Weiswasser; one brother,

seven
grandchildren and one great-
grandchild.
• •
MEYER WATNICK, 17527 Stoe-
pel, died Dec. 27. Survived by his
wife, Rebecca; three sons, Morris,
Nathan and Albert; an daughter,
Mrs. Jack (Beverly) Remer; two
sisters, 14 grandchildren and 13
great-granchildren.
• • s
MORRIS WEINGARD, 3205 W.
Outer Dr., died Dec. 26. He leaves
his wife, Rose; a daughter, Mrs.
Donald (Mary) Samuels; five
grandchildren and five great-
grandchildren.
• s
AARON WIGUTOW, 21981
Ridgedale, Oak Park, died Dec.
21. Survived by a son, Norman of
Alexandria, Va.: two daughters,
Mrs. Beril (Faye) Bloom, Mrs.
George (Marcia) Stein of N. Holly-
wood, Calif.; two sisters and eight
grandchildren.





EMMA HERBACH, 16621
Schaefer, died Dec. 27. Survived by
HYMAN R. YORK, 18968 Burt,
her husband, Seymoure; a son.
Walter; a daughter, Mrs. Richard died Dec. 25. He leaves his wife,

(Phyllis) Breuer; and four grand- Gladys; a son, Philip; a daughter,
Mrs. Hyman (Adell) Rothstein;
children.
and five grandchildren.
• • •

WILLIAM HODIES, 1620 Tay
tor, died Dec. 20. No survivors.

• •
FANNIE LINSKY, 17158 Rose-
lawn, died Dec. 27. Survived by
two sons, Morris Lynn and Sam;
two daughters, Mrs. Gaston
(Lenora) Zaretine and Mrs. Charles
(Irene) Cook of Miami; six grand-
children and eight great-grand-
children.
• • •
,

JENNIE MICHAELSON, 10412
Curtis, died Dec. 24. She leaves
two sons, Joseph and David; and
three grandchildren.
• • •
ISSAK NISSENBAUM, 19312
Forrer, died Dec. 26. He leaves his
wife Ida; a son, S. David Nissen;
a daughter, Mrs. Maurice (Ann)
Noble; one sister and three grand-
children.
• • •
FANNIE PEITZ, 2687 W. Grand
Blvd., died Dec. 22. Survived by a
brother, Henry of Los Angeles.
* • •
RAE RUBIN, 17350 Westover,
Southfield, died Dec. 26. She
leaves her husband, Maurice; a
son, Gilmore N.; a daughter, Mrs.
Marlene Segal; three brothers, two
sisters and five grandchildren.
• • •
GOLDIE SHERMAN. 13725 Dex-
ter, died Dec. 21. She leaves her
husband, Abraham; a son, Fred;
a daughter, Mrs. Avery (Eleanor)

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week Yeshiva Beth
Yehuda will observe
the Yahrzeit of the
following deported
friends, with the
traditional Memorial
Prayers, recitation of
Kaddish and study.
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Hebrew Civil
Kislev Dec.
31
29
29
31
31
29
31
29
Jan.
30
Saul H. Rose
30
Claude Superstine
30
Hirsh Grand
30
Brocha Stollman
Teveth
2
1
Rose Snitxer
1
2
Lottie Ravet
3
2
Esther Shuster
2
3
Harry Pearlsteln
2
Krendel Salasnek
3
3
Joseph H. Shanborn
4
4
3
Joseph Scherr
3

Abraham Pupko
4
1
Pauline Weinstein
4
Sam Solomon Reinstein 3
4
3
Celia Chesluk
3
4
Rose Marks
3
4
Adolph Escoff
3
4
David Sturman
4
Pauline Surowitz
4
Morris Koss
Mary Glosman
4
5
4
Samuel Blen•nfeld
S
Maria Foltyn
4
Harry Surath
4
Israel Fishman
4
Jacob Shevits
4
5
Sarah Buchman
S
0
Jacob Levin
5
Maurice Safran
5
Tony Thorn
5
Bessie Starr
5
0
Rose Wolfgang
5

Jacob Kushner
William Eisen
Phillip Dubrinsky
Rebecca TrivaX

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