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February 23, 1968 - Image 47

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-02-23

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Louis H. Luckoff, Advertising Executive, 66

Statewide tributes are being paid
to the memory of Louis H. Luckoff,
prominent advertising executive,
founder and president of Luckoff
Advertising A gene y, who died
Tuesday in Highland, Ill. He was
66. Funeral services were held
Thursday at Kaufman Chapel.
Surviving are his wife, Ruth, to
whom he was married 42 years;
two sons, Alan, who was associ-
ated with him in the advertising
business, and Michael of Deerfield,
Ill.; four sisters, Mesdames Saul
(Sadie Keilien, Rose Cohen, Fanny
Sorkin and Anna Kosoff; and four
grandchildren.
Prior to founding the L. H. Luck-
off Co. advertising agency, Mr.
Luckoff wes co-founder here of the
Bass-Luckoff agency after moving
to Detroit from home city of Syra-
cuse in 1928. Later, he was associ-
ated with the firm of Luckoff and
Wayburn. As a youth, he had
studied advertising at Syracuse
University and became advertising
manager of a Syracuse tire com-
pany.

agogue's affairs, served 17 years! During World War

George Cobitz
Found Dead

LOUIS H. LUCHOFF

Myer Robiner, 61

Mr. Luckoff was for many
Myer Robiner, pharmacist with
years chairman of the adver-
tising section of the Allied Jew- Myers Drugs on W. Vernor for 20
ish Campaign. He was past trus- years, died Tuesday at age 61. He
tee of Cong. Shaarey Zedek had been retired for the past year.
and had been active in the syn-
Mr. Robiner, 20403 Renfrew, was

Monument
Unveiling

Unveiling announcements may be in
serted by mail or by calling The Jewish
News office, 17100 W. 7 Mile Rd.. De
written an
troit 48235, VE 5-9364.
nouncementa must be accompanied by
the name and address of the person
making the insertion. There Is a stand-
ing charge of $3.50 for an unveiling
notice, measuring an inch in depth,
and $7.00 for one two inches deep with

a member of Mosaic Lodge F & AM
and Aesculapian Pharmaceutical
Association, which had recently
elected him to the board.
Surviving are his wife, Betty;
two sons, Ronald and Kenneth; a
daughter, Mrs. Steven (Barbara)
Widlansky; a brother, S a mu e 1;
three sisters, Mrs. Al (Eva) Perl-
mutter, Mrs. Sadie Nitchun and
Mrs. Sidney (Elizabeth) Averbuch;
and two grandchildren.

CARD OF THANKS
The family of the late Alex
The family of the late Molly Glassman acknowledges with
Margolis announces the unveiling grateful appreciation the many
of a monument in her memory 1 kind expressions of sympathy ex-
p.m. Sunday, March 3, at Machpe- tended by relatives and friends
lah Cemetery. Rabbi Jessel will during the family's recent bereave-
officiate. Relatives and friends are ment.
• •
asked to attend.
Mrs. Gertrude Shapiro, Mrs. Ann
Rosensweet and Mrs. Lena Schur-
gin, sisters of the late Harry Lento-
The Family of the Late
witz, acknowledge with grateful
appreciation the many kind expres-
MORRIS MARX
sions of sympathy extended by
Announces the unveiling
relatives and friends during the
of a monument in his
family's recent bereavement.
■ • •
memory noon Sun d a y,
March 3 at Machpelah
The family of the late Minnie
Cemetery. Rabbi Gorrelick
Reznik acknowledges with grate-
will officiate. Relatives
ful appreciation the many kind ex-
and friends are asked to
pressions of sympathy extended by
attend.
relatives and friends during the
family's recent bereavement.

a black border.


• •

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 "Eng-
lish" dates from Rosh
Hashanah, 1943 to the day
before Rosh Hashanah,
1970. 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. J. Heinz Co.; Dept. J2,
Box 57, Pitts., Pa. 15230.

OBITUARIES

II, he was

as an officer and director of honored as one of the first 10 men

Knollwood Country Club and was in the state to receive the U.S.
a member of Standard Club and Treasury Minute Men award for
Adcraft Club. his part in the Knollwood Country
Club $1,000,000 War Bond Camp-
aign. The late Mayor Eugene I.
Van Antwerp named him to the
Detroit Olympic Committee and
Governor John B. Swainson ap-
pointed him a member of the
Michigan Civil War Centennial
Commission. He also served on the
International Freedom Festival
Commission.

George S. Cobitz, 49, whose beat-
en and frozen body was found Mon-
day on a Pontiac Township gravel
road, is believed by police to have
been murdered in a robbery at-
tempt.
Mr. Cobitz, 23311 Coolidge, Oak
Park, was found by a construction
worker, who reported to police. A
nationwide search is on for Mr.
Cobitz's 1967 red Chevrolet Impala,
which police surmise was taken by
the murderer or murderers. Police
Capt. Leo Hazen said the murder
probably took place elsewhere Sat-
urday night or early Sunday and
the body brought to the location
where it was found Monday.
The victim's mother, Mrs. Jennie
Cobitz, had been staying in Ann Ar-
bor with her daughter following the
death of Mrs. Cobitz's husband,
Samuel, Feb. 7.
An assistant manager at United
Insurance Co. in Detroit, Mr. Cobitz
was a member of Grand Lodge, Bnai
Brith.
Besides his mother, he leaves a
brother, Dr. Joseph L. of New York;
and a sister, Mrs. Ralph (Millie)
Rostow of Ann Arbor.

The Family of the Late

MORRIS
ZAFtAN K I N

Albert Burke, Founder
of Building Company

Albert Burke, founder of the
Burke Building Co., residential and
apartment builders, in Dearborn,
died Feb. 16 at age 61.
Mr. Burke, 22760 N. Bellwood,
Southfield, was a past president
and board member of Cong. Ahavas
Achim, a member of Histadrut and
of Tikvah Lodge, Bnai Brith.
Born in Romania, Mr. Burke was
a 40-year resident of the Detroit
area and founded the building firm
20 years ago.
Survivors are his wife, Ethel;
two daughters, Mrs. Stanley (Bren-
da) Worth and Mrs. Spencer (Myr-
na) Partrich; two brothers, Harry
of Hamilton, Ont., and Dave of
Los Angeles; a sister, Jennie Ber-
covitz of Israel; and one grandchild.

Philip Kravetz, 59;
Ex-Detroiter of St. Louis

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.

Philip R. Kravetz, former owner
of Wayne Parking Lots in down-
town Detroit, died Feb. 14 in St.
Louis, where he had been a resi-
dent since 1964. He was 59.
Mr. Kravetz, a 32nd degree Ma-
son, was a member of Perfection
Lodge here. He was a native of
New York.
Surviving are his wife, Jean; two
sons, Lawrence, of Detroit, and
Sanford; his mother, Mrs. Esther
Kravetz, of Coral Gable s; one
brother, one sister and two grand-
children. Interment St. Louis.

The Family of the Late

HARRY
SCHWARTZ

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.

I In Memoriam I

In memory of our mother, Rose

Hershman, who passed away Feb.
9, 1956 (27 days in Shevat). Sadly
missed by her daughter, Shirley
Altman, and son, Irving Hershman.

BONNE RAE B L 0 0 M, 23345 Mattie; two sons, Richard M. and
Thorncliffe, Southfield, died Feb. Harold H.; a daughter, Mrs. Mathew
17. She leaves a daughter, Mrs. (Annette) Figot; eight grandchil-
Paul (Frances) Kaye; six grand- dren and two great-grandchildren.
• * *
children and two great-grandchil-
dren. Interment Chicago.
MAURICE STEINBERG, former
Detroiter of Los Angeles, died
DAVID DIAMOND, 12621 Grand- Feb. 15. Survived by his wife,
mont, died Feb. 20. Survived by Sarah; two sons, James of Los
his wre. Alma; a son, Jerry; two Angeles and David; a daughter,
daughters, Fay and Sharon Diana; Mrs. Howard (Ruth) Ellison of San
one brother and three sistres.
Francisco; his mother, Mrs. Abra-
ham Steinberg; three sisters, in-
CHARLES GERSON, 13725 Dex- cluding Mrs. Jack (Tessie) Free-
ter, died Feb. 19. Survived by his man of Detroit; two brothers and
wife, Gussie; three daughters, Mrs. one grandchild.
• * •
Leonard (Marian) Zail, of Van
Nuys; Mrs. Martin (Roselyn)
ANNA STONE, 915 Whitmore,
Sherman and Mrs. Henri e tt a
died Feb. 16. She leaves two sons,
Flores, of Los An gel e s; eight Julius and Arnold .1 ; a daughter,
grandchildren and one great-grand- Mrs. Karl (Ruth) Singer; and six
child.
grandchildren.
* s •
DAVID GOLDBERGER, 17201
Indiana, died Feb. 17. He leaves a
grandson, Harold Safron; and one
great-grandchild.
a • •
JOSEPH ROSEN, 22319 LaSeine,
During the coming
Southfield, died Feb. 20. He leaves
week Yeshiva Beth
his wife, Ethel; a son, Jerome; a
Yehuda will observe
daughter, Mrs. Theodore (Arlene)
the Yahrzeit of this,
Goldberg; two brothers, two sis-
following departed
ters and four grandchildren.
friends, with the
*
traditional Memorial
BELLA ROTMAN, 11501 Petos-
Prayers, recitation of
Kaddish and study-
key, died Feb. 15. Survived by a
ing of Mishnayes.
son, Joseph W.; a daughter, Mrs.
Nathan (Sarah) Goldman of Chi-
Hebrew Civil
cago; and four grandchildren.
Shevat Feb.
* • *
25
26
Theodore Lipman
25
26
ZANGWELL SEGALL, 5298 N.
Harry Cohen
25
26
Esther Glickman
Pebblecreek, Birmingham, died
25
26
Goldie Cooper
25
Feb. 15. He leaves his wife, Molly;
26
Isaac Rabinowitz
25
26
Selma Levine
two sons. David and Carl; two
25
26
Jennie Shore,6-
brothers and two sisters.
25
26
Sam Evans '.
* • *
26
25
Fannie Yaker
26
27
Rose Hershman
MORRIS SHAPIRO, of Toronto,
26
27
Nathan Harris
27
26
Myer Rosenberg
died Feb. 18. Survived by his wife,
27
26
Pearl Patent
Freda; a son, Sam, of Hamilton,
26
Melvin Earl Duchan 27
26
27
Hyman Altman
Ont.; two daughters, Mrs. Harry
27
26
Sophie Engelman
(Sarah) Ceifitz and Mrs. Nathan
28
27
Hannchen Hess
27
(Ada) Singer, both of Detroit, and
28
Lifsha Oleshansky
28
David
Morris
27
eight grandchildren. Interment
28
27
Abraham Meyers
Toronto.
28
Harry Reisman
27
27

28
Bessie Baker
28
27
Jack Lublin
ISADOR SITRON, 17322 Lindsay,
Shrago F. J. Ruffsky 28
27
21
29
Mary Fill
died Feb. 20. He leaves his wife,
29
28
Leah Hirsch

•WE REMEMBER
111=2,2 min;

Morris Kosok, Age 55

Morris Kosak, co-owner of Weller
Coat and Linen S e r v i c e, died
Wednesday at age 55. A native of
Detroit, he was a member of Beth
Aaron Synagogue and Harry B.
Keidan Lodge of Bnai Brith.
Mr. Kosak, 12841 Burton, Oak
Park, leaves his wife, Sydelle; a
son, Robert; a daughter, Mrs. Ralph
(Ilene) Davis; a brother, Sam; a
sister, Mrs. Irving (Bessie) Helper;
and one grandchild.

Sid Wolfson's
MONUMENT CENTER, INC.

661 E. 8 MILE, FERNDALE
VA Blocks E. of Woodward
6 Blks. from 3 Jewish
Cemeteries on Woodward
JO 43557
LI 242116

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PAM RD., IN SOUTHFIELD

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28
Esther F. Klaus
29
21
Max Wain
28
Eugene J. Goodman 29
29
Ben Weider
29
30
Doda Seidel
29
Chaska M. Levenson 30
30
29
Miriam Schey
30
29
Abraham Wolok
29
Leo Nathan Spector 30
Adar March
1
1
David Davis
7
1
Chananya Willis
1
Leah Bas Shmaryohu 1
1
Saul Marx
1
1
J. H. Bernstein
1
1
Max Harris
1
1
Millie Callow
1
1
Fannie Sterner
1
1
Joseph Freedman
1
1
Mary Weingarden
1
1
Rose Orkin
2
2
Sara Miller
2
2
Sam Osnos
2
2
Bella Ellias
2
2
Tshama Wolfson

Bon Solomon
Joseph Clinton

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