THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, February 9, 1968 - 47
Jacob Bobrin, 79; Turover Co-Founder
Jacob Bobrin, co-founder and
past president of the Turover Aid
Society, died Sunday at age 79.
Mr. Bobrin, 18301 Ilene, was
born in Russia and lived in De-
troit 58 years. An active member
of Turover, a charitable organiza-
tion, Mr. Bobrin also helped found
Turover Cemetery and the organi-
zation's ladies auxiliary. In 1965,
he was given the title of honorary
lifetime president for his many
terms of office as head of the aid
Mr. Bobrin was a past vice
president of both Cong. Ezras
Achim and Cong. Bnai Zion and
a member of the Hebrew Bene-
volent Society, Farband I20, the
Turover burial society and Jer-
icho Branch of the Odd Fellows.
Between the two world wars, Mr.
Bobrin succeeded in bringing to
America his sister, sister-in-law
and several nieces and nephews.
Surviving are his wife, Rachel;
two sons, Willia.V and Albert; two
daughters, Mrs. Jerome (Mildred)
Honig of New York and Mrs. Sam
(Sydelle) Rabinowitz; seven grand-
children and four great-grand-
Charles Salasnek, senior vice
president of Salasnek Fisheries,
Inc., 2140 Wilkins, and an active
member of the community, died
Monday at age 75.
A nephew, Allan Colburn, died
three days earlier.
Mr. Salasnek, 1300 E. Lafayette,
was a native of Detroit and a
Judge Jacob Panken,
War I veteran. He belonged
Labor Movement Pioneer World
to Cong. Shaarey Zedek and Down-
NEW YORK (JTA) - Judge town Synagogue, Jewish War Vet-
Jacob Panken, a pioneer in the erans and American Legion Hour-
trade union movement and the first dry Post. In addition, he was a
Socialist to serve on the bench in member om Bnai Brith Keidan
New York City, died here Sunday Lodge, Hillel Day School and the
at age 89. He was a founder of National Fisheries Institute, of
the International Ladies Garment which he was past director and
Workers Union, the Amalgamated vice president. He was an original
Clothing Workers of America and member of Hannah Schloss Old
ORT, the Organization for Rehabil- Timers.
itation Through Training.
Survivors are a daughter, Mrs.
Judge Panken was born in the Herman (Grace) Berlin; three
Ukraine and settled in the United brothers, Max, Harold and Ar-
States in 1890. He graduated from thur; four sisters, Mrs. Rose Fin-
New York University Law School silver, Mrs. Esther Colburn, Mrs.
in 1905 and served as a justice of Sam (Ethel) Roher and Lillian;
the Municipal Court from 1917 to two grandchildren and one great-
1927. He served also as justice grandchild.
of the Domestic Relations Court
from 1934 until his retirement in
Harry Goodman, Owner
Judge Panken was, for a time, of Feed, Milling Company
president of the Jewish Daily For-
Harry Goodman, owner of Good-
ward. He represented the U.S.
Socialist Party at labor and Social- man Feed and Milling Co. in
Wayne for half a century, died
ist internationals in various Euro-
Monday. He was 75.
pean cities between 1922 and 1937.
Mr. Goodman, 20434 Oxley, was
born in Russia. He was a member
of Cong. Shaarey Zedek, Perfec-
Charles E. Eichenhorn, a Wash- tion Lodge and the Rotary Club.
Surviving are his wife, Nettie;
ington Blvd. shoe store owner un-
til his retirement two years ago, a son, Harold W.; a daughter,
Mrs. Sidney (Kathleen) Milgrom;
died Tuesday at age 56.
Born in Poland, Mr. Eichenhorn two daughters, Sarabeth and Helen
lived in Detroit since infancy. Evelyn; a brother, Ben; a sister,
He was a member of Mosaic Lodge Mrs. Morton Paris; and five grand-
F&AM, Pisgah Lodge of Bnai children.
Brith, Detroit . Consistory Moslem
Temple, Crescent Shrine Club,
Elks Club and the Zionist Organi-
zation of America. He was a 32nd
degree Mason. •
In loving memory of brother
Mr. Eichenhorn, 20620 Kensing- William George Caplan, who left
ton, Southfield, leaves his wife, us Feb. 6, 1941.
Cele; two sons, Sanford and How-
Your death was so fast and
ard of Tucson; a daughter, Mrs.
Berry (Terryl) Bell of Chicago;
But your memory will be with
a brother, Seymour S.; three sis-
ters, Mrs. Irving (Rose) Meklin,
You are sadly missed by Dr. B.
Mrs. Isador (Sadie) Hurvitz and B. Caplan and Mrs. Ann Feldman
Mrs. Eva Koolish; and seven grand- and their families.
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In loving memory of beloved
CARDS OF THANKS
husband and father Nathan Rubin,
The family of the late Ellis who passed away Jan. 29, 1966 (8
Sheplow acknowledges with grate- days in Shevat).
ful appreciation the many kind ex-
pressions of sympathy extended by
relatives and friends during the
family's recent bereavement.
In loving memory of
I In Memoriam I
PAUL ALBERT, 1600 Antietam,
died Feb. 6. He leaves a son, Irving
two daughters, Arnold (Regina)
Kass and Mrs. Jack (Sariva)
Greenbaum; one brother, one sis-
ter, nine grandchildren and seven
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HARRY AVERBACH, 17175
Ilene, died Feb. 5. Survived by his
wife, Golda; a daughter, Mrs.
Meyer (Mollie) Stein; and two
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SAM BECKER, 13337 S. Nor-
folk, died Feb. 2. He leaves his
wife, Gertrude; a daughter, Mrs.
David (Marcia) Edelman; and two
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HARRY BELSKY, 22031 Gard-
ner, Oak Park, died Feb. 7. Sur-
vived by his wife, Fannie; two
sons, Arnold and Irving; one sis-
ter and six grandchildren.
SYLVIA BLACK, former De-
troiter of Las Vegas, died Jan.
26. Survived by her husband, Rob-
ert; a son, Arnold of New Or-
leans; two brothers and three
sisters, including Detroiters Dr.
Charles Stolar, Mrs. Ann Kutzen
and Mrs. Louis (Sally) Lieber-
man; and three grandchildren.
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IDA BORA of Toledo died Feb.
6. Survived by a son, Harry of
Encino, Calif.; two daughters,
Mrs. Harry (Eva) Updegraff and
Mrs. William (Shirley) Sherwin
of Cleveland; one sister, 11 grand-
children and 18 great-grandchil-
dren. Interment Detroit.
PAULINE CHACHKIS, 3841
Monterey, died Feb. 6. Survived
by her husband, David; a son,
Henry Chace; two daughters, Mrs.
Sadie Hart and Mrs. Richard
(Rose) Sagas; six grandchildren
and eight great-grandchildren.
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TILLIE CHAIT, 25980 Marlow,
Oak Park, died Feb. 7. She leaves
two sons, Max and Albert; three
daughters, Mrs. Archie (Helen)
Caplan of Windsor and Mrs. Theo-
dore (Lillian) Goldberger and Mrs.
Paul (Sulvia) Schneider; and 10
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brother, two sisters and three
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HAROLD H. GOLDBERG, 14835
Greenfield, died Feb. 5. He leaves
his wife, Freda; two daughters,
Mrs. Jay (Arlene) Murray and
Mrs. Marvin (Sharon) Sucher; one
sister and five grandchildren.
ARNOLD MARC HERSHEN-
SON, 23540 Jerome, Oak Park,
died Feb. 4. Survived by his par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Hersh-
enson; two brothers, Kenneth
Barry and Fredric Stuart of Bell-
flower. Calif.; and his grandmoth-
ers, Mrs. Jennie Hershenson and
Mrs. Mollie Miller.
ETHEL JUTKOWITZ, 20219 Tra-
cey, died Feb. 2. She leaves her
husband, Irving; two sons, David
r.nd Howard; her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Lazer Friedman of Windsor;
one brother and one sister.
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ROSE L. KAPLOWITZ, 18631
Hartwell, died Feb. 3. She leaves
three daughters, Mrs. Maurice
(Ida) Elkin, Mrs. Irving (Betty)
Kaplan and Mrs. Aaron (Esther)
Rosenberg; 11 grandchildren and
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ALBERT N. KURZMANN, for-
mer Detroiter of Miami Beach,
died Feb. 7. He leaves his wife,
Fannie; two sons, Maurice and
Harold; four daughters, Rose,
Mrs. David (Jean) Blau, Mrs.
Charlotte Goldberg and Mrs. Sam
(Beatrice) Gluskin; one brother,
one sister, 13 grandchildren and
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HARRY LEFKOWITZ, 10451
Troy, Oak Park, died Feb. 6. Sur-
vived by his wife, Sarah; a son,
Milton Stein; two daughters, Mrs.
Ruth Scher and Mrs. George
(Ruth) Morris; and three sisters.
DORA PEARLMAN, 13357 S. Nor-
folk. died Feb. 6. She leaves a son.
Dr. Jack; two daughters, Mrs.
Avery (Maryn) Sandberg of Tona-
wanda, N.Y.. and Mrs. Jack (Lee)
Heyman of Columbus; one brother
two sisters and 12 grandchildren.
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ALBERT DIAMOND, 19997 Lich-
field, died Feb. 7. He leaves his
wife, Rose; a son, Newton; one
EDNA RUBIN, 21920 Kenosha,
Oak Park, died Feb. 4. Survived
by her husband, Sanford; a son,
Allan; and two sisters.
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Morris Nosanchuk, 64;
SONIA SHAPOSNIK, 15425 Sor-:
Was Retired Builder
rento, died Feb. 3. She leaves herd
Morris B. Nosanchuk, a member husband. Morris; a son, Ben Shaw;
of Mosaic Lodge F&AM and Pis- a daughter, Mrs. Bernard (Ruth)
gah Lodge, Bnai Brith, died Feb. Miller; three brothers, one sister ,
3 in Miami Beach. He was 64.
and seven grandchildren. 1
Mr. Nosanchuk, 12941 Dart-
mouth, Oak Park, was a retired
commercial builder. Born in Rus-
sia, he lived in Detroit 50 years.
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Surviving are his wife, Bertha;
661 E. 8 MILE, FERNDALE
two daughters, Mrs. Alvin (Carol)
11/2 Blocks E. of Woodward
Harrison and Mrs. Faye Friedman;
6 Elks, from 3 Jewish
Cemeteries on Woodward
his father, Louis Nosanchuk; two
brothers, Max and Harry; a sister,
Mrs. Sol (Fannie) Sklar; and five
The Family of the Late
Acknowledges with grate-
ful appreciation the many
kind expressions of sym-
pathy extended by rela-
tives and friends during
the family's recent be-
Forever enshrined in
our hearts is our fond
memory of you.
Sadly missed by sisters
Marion Trotsky, Helen
Klein and Sylvia Berman.
B EATR IC
During the coming
week Yeshiva Beth
Yehuda will observe
the Yohrzeit of the
friends, with the
Prayers, recitation of
Kaddish and study-
ing of Mishnayes.
Esther Golde Karbal
Benjamin Wrotzlawsky 15
Joseph Louis Bale
Allan A. Burns
Herbert B. Bunin
Arthur E. Plotnick
15751 W. 10 1 /2 Mi. Southfield
Announces the unveiling
of a monument in her
memory 12:30 p.m. Sun-
day, Feb. 11, at Machpelah
Cemetery. Rabbi Rosen-
baum will officiate. Rela-
tives and friends are
asked to attend.
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DORA WARHEIT. 18045 Murray
Hill, died Feb. 2. She leaves her
husband, Nathan; a daughter, Mrs.
Adelaide Trugman of University
Heights, 0.; a daughter-in-law.
Mrs. Pearl Warheit; five grand-
children and three great-grandchil-
dren. Interment Cleveland.
Sidney A. Deitch
The Family of the Late
who passed away Feb. 11,
SARAH VELICK, 13228 N. Nor-
folk, died Feb. 1. She leaves a
daughter, Mrs. Fraycia Sterns, a
daughter-in-law, Mrs. Dorothy Ve-
lick; three sisters and four grand-
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