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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-03-15

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, March 15, 1968-47

Rabbi Goodman of Pontiac,
Bnai Israel's Spiritual Leader

Rabbi Israel Goodman, spiritual ing the funeral of his wife's step-
leader of Cong. Bnai Israel in Pon- mother. Rabbi Goodman was 52.
s eral ser
iFetm
tiac for 12 years, died Monday in
Pittsburgh, where he was attend-esdy
v Tu c e aw rine New
York, but there
will be a mem-
orial meeting at
Tbe Family of the Late
Bnai Israel 8 p.m.
March. 21.
HARRY ESKIN
Born in Ellens-
Acknowledges with grate-
vile, N.Y., Rab-
bi
Goodman was
ful appreciation the many
ordained at Yesh-
kind expressions of sym-
iva University. Rabbi Goodman
pathy extended by rela-
He was president of the Pontiac
tives and friends during
Ministers Association, chairman of
the Pontiac Police Trial Board and
the family's recent be-
a member of the Pontiac Human
reavement.
Relations Commission, Pontiac
Chapter of the Jewish War Veter-
ans, of which he was chaplain,
Bnai Brith, Zionist Organization
of Detroit and the Rabbinical
Council of America. He was very
The Family of the Late
active in the Michigan Zionist Re-
gion.
ALEX KASMER
Survivors are his wife, Sarah,
140 Oneida; two daughters, Mrs.
Acknowledges with grate-
Jerry (Arlene) Waldro of Chicago
ful appreciation the many
and Lila; one brother and one sis-
kind expressions of sym-
ter.
pathy extended by rela-
tives and friends during
the family's recent be-
Harry Silverman, 72,
reavement.

r

Owned Delicatessen

Mn. Ben (Belle) Cooper

Wife of the Late

BEN COOPER

Acknowledges with grate-
ful appreciation the many
Mad expressions of sym-
pathy extended by rela-
tives, friends, co-workers,
employer and customers
eariiig the family's recent
bereavement.

Tie Family of the Late

ERNEST H.
CHAYET

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.

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-
I is h" 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. L Heinz Co, Dept. J2,
Box 57, Pitts., Pa. 15230.

Harry Silverman, o w n e r of
Rhime's Delicatessen, in Pontiac,
died Wednesday at age 72. Born in
Russia, Mr. Silverman lived in
Pontiac for 20 years. He resided
at 60 Douglas.
Survivors are his wife, Ida; a
son, Morton of Detroit; a daughter,
Mrs. Ralph (Elaine) Merkovitz;
two brothers, Alfred of Chula
Vista,Calif., and Arthur of Flint;
four sisters, Mrs. Harry (Ann)
Kaplan, Mrs. Harry (Jane) Levine,
Mrs. Madelyne Pickman and Mrs.
George (Bess) Schneider of Mil-
waukee; and six grandchildren.
Services 2 p.m. today will be at
the Hebrew Memorial Chapel, with
burial at Northwest Hebrew Mem-
orial Park.

Dr. Robert Axelrod,
Royal Oak Physician

Dr. Robert G. Axelrod, physician
with offices at 3535 W. 13 Mile,
Royal Oak, died Tuesday at age 45.
Born in Cleveland, Dr. Axelrod
was a member of the Wayne
County and Michigan Medical Mao-
sociation; diplomate with the
American Board of Internal Medi-
cine; and a fellow of the American
College of Physicians. ' He also
played French horn in the Jewish
Center Symphony.
Surviving are his wife, Dr. Mil-
dred, 24101 Seneca, Oak Park; a
son, David; a daughter, Judith;
two brothers, Dr. Stanley H. of
Miami Beach and Dr. Arnold R.

Monument
Unveiling

Unveiling announcements may be in-
serted by mail or by calling The Jewish
News office, 17100 W. 7 Mile Rd., De-
troit 01235, VZ S-8364. Written an-
nouncements must be accompanied by
the name and address of the person
to*kIng 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 black border.
• •


The family of the late Frances
S. Medow, D.C., announces the un-
veiling of, a monument in her
memory 1 p.m. Sunday, March 24,
at Northwest Hebrew Memorial
Park, Section E, Row 103. Rabbi
Litke will officiate. Relatives and
friends are asked to attend.

OBITUARIES

WOLF STEINER, former De-
MORRIS HAUT, 19312 Ruther-
THEODORE ADELBERG, 21646
Stratford, Oak Park, died March 8. ford died March 10. He leaves his troiter of Miami, died March 11.
Survived
by three sons, Joseph,
He leaves his wife, Marion; two wife, Sadie; two sons, Frank and
sons, Fred and Allen; a daughter, Nathan; a daughter, Mrs. Frances Louis and Morris, all of Detroit;
Shame; three brothers one sister Schwartz; two sisters and one three daughters, Mrs. Isadore
(Sarah) Lalonde of Roseville, Mrs.
brother. Interment New York.
and two gandchildren.
Louis (Faye) Berman and Mrs.
• • •
• • •
EVA LEBOWITZ, 29150 West- Isadore (Helen) Binder, both of
SADIE BLOOM, former De-
Detroit; 15 grandchildren and 10
troiter of Dayton, died March 12. mont, Farmington, died March 12.
Survived by a son, Jerome Phillip; She leaves four sons, Albert, Max, great-grandchildren. *
two daughters, Mrs. James (Mary John and David Lebow; three
LILLIAN WEISS, 18100 Fair-
Ellen) Keene of Wellsboro, Pa., daughters, Mrs. Emil (Dorothy)
e leaves her
and Mrs. Shirley Taub; one Nussbaum, Mrs. William (Jean- field died March 8. Sh
brother, four sisters and six grand- ette) Gottlieb and Mrs. Samuel husband, Herman; a son, Norton;
(Rosella)
Harvith;
12
grandchil-
a
daughter,
Marcia;
one brother
children.
• • •
dren and 11 great-grandchildren.
and two grandchildren.
* • •
HENRY ENTIN, 20641 Stratford,
died March 8. He leaves his wife, !
FELIX MAHLER, 900 Whitmore,
EDWARD WINSTON, former
Belle; a son, Philip A.; two daugh- died March 8. Survived by his Detroiter of Burbank, died March
ters, Mrs. Seymour (Shirley) Ros- wife, Ethel; a son, John; a daugh- 13. He leaves his wife, Sylvia; his
enwasser and Mrs. Joseph (Betty) ter, Mrs. Henry (Susanne) Meyer father, Harry Weinstein of Detroit;
Cohen; one sister, eight grand.' of Ann Arbor; one sister, five one brother and two sisters. In-
children and six great-grandchil- grandchildren and one great- terment Detroit.
dren.
grandchild.
• • •
* • •
• * •
SADIE WYNICK, 6239 East-
MOLLY FINK, 13316 S. Norfolk,
CLARA MEHLMAN, former De-
died March 12. Survived by six troiter of Chicago, died March 10. moore, Birmingham, died March 9.
sons, Harry, Jack, David, Sol, Na- Survived by three sons. Lester She leaves a daughter, Mrs. Bern-
than and Leonard; a daughter, Berman of Los Angeles, Sidney ard M. (Norma) Goldman; one sis-
Mrs. Harry (Eleanor) Park; one Brand of Detroit and Asher Brand ter and one grandson.
brother and 17 grandchildren.
of Jamaica, N.Y.; two daughters,
• • •
Mrs. Sam (Mary) Dean of Detroit
MINNIE FLASTERSTEIN, 18400 and Mrs. Leonard (Sarah) Fried-
Lesure, died -March 11. Survived man of Evanston, Ill.; 13 grand-
by three sons, Morris, Oscar and children and 13 great-grandchil-
Robert Foster; eight grandchal- I dren. Interment Chicago.
• • •
dren and seven great-grandchil-
During the coming
dren.
week Yeshiva Beth
LEAH PANITCH of Chicago
Yebudo wiU observe
died March 2. She leaves her hus-
the Yahrzeit of the
FREEDA FREED, 24698 Rens- , Sam; four sons, Irving of Detroit,
following departed
selaer, Oak Park, died March 8. Charles of Skokie, Ill., Bernard of
friends, with the
She leaves a son, Jack; three Los Angeles and Abram of Berk-
traditional Memorial
daughters, Mrs. Irving (Fannie) ley. Calif.; eight grandchildren
Prayers, recitation of
Weiner, Mrs. Sarah Elson and Mrs. and three great-grandchildren. In-
Kaddish and study-
Harry (Dora) Kushmar; 20 grand- terment Waldheim,
ing of Mishnayes.
children and 19 great-grandchilden.
• • •
• • •
Hebrew Civil
EUGENE W. PRICE, 17160,
Adar March
JULIUS FRIEDMAN 746 Col- Meyers died March 8. He leaves'
17
17
Isaac Levine
17
lingwood, died March 9. He leaves his wife, Julia.
17
Moses Gunsberg
17
17
Charles Solomon
a a
*
a son, Sidney of Denver; two
17
77
Chaya Marcus
daughters, Mrs. Sam (Lillian)
17
17
ALBERT PROSKY, 18685 Sus-
Israel Charlip
17
Shabse Yosef Lipschutz 17
Meyers and Mrs. Kenneth (Mil- sex-. died in Israel March 10. Sur-
le
18
Charles Cohen
dred) Torby; one sister and six vived by his wife, Elsie; three
II
111
Louis Pelavin
lit
18
Samuel
Natinsky
grandchildren.
sons. Paul Porath of Israel, Norm-
19
19
Pinchas
Karasik
• • •
19
an and Howard; his mother, Mrs.
19
Harold Herman
19
19
Rachel Scherr
EVA GOLD, 24301 Condon, Oak Anna Applebaum, and four grand-
19
19
Eliyohu. Friedman
Park, died March 9. Survived by children. Interment Israel.
19
19
Julius Wasserman
19
19
Eva Shlakman
• • •
her husband, Sam; two sons, Cyril
19
19
Jenny Lebus
M. and Jerry; a daughter, Mrs.
19
19
ROBERT J. SCHIFF. 14110
Charles Drescher
19
19
Harry Raskin
Lawrence (Regina) Dollheim; one Cloverdale, Oak Park. died March
19
19
Rebecca Katzer
brother, one sister, and six grand- 7. He leaves his parents, Mr. and
19
19
Meyer Weisberg
19
19
Leo
Barth
children.
Mrs. Sander Schiff; a brother,
20
20
Hadassah
Weine
* • •
Dale: a sister, Stacey: and his
20
20
Bessie Baskin
21
21
Leah Menuck
YETTA GROSS, 13331 Norfolk, grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Meyer
21
21
Faivel Applebaum
died March 7. Survived by her Schiff and Mr. and Mrs. Irving
21
21
Anna Chausky
21
21
husband, Morris; two sons, Stan- Sarnoff.
Hyman Lerner
21
21
Bessie Bulkin
• • •
ford and Harold, and four grand-
21
21
Lillian Bluestein
21
21
children.
Abraham Marcus
JENNIE SEDLESKY. 11501 Pet-'
21
21
Jacob Chaben
; oskey. died March 8. Survived by
21
21
Meyer Schwartz
21
21
Sylvia Silverstein
two daughters. Mrs. Ida Topper
22
22
Ella Zwerdling. Noted
Yitzchock Zemel
i and Mrs. Hyman (Lillian) Book-
22
22
Roy Radner
22
22
Leopold Hirsch
!stein: one brother, four grand-
as Social Worker, 58
22
22
Sadie Tzevine
! children and eight great grand-
22
Abraham 0 -, rinsky 2,
Ella Zwerdling, professor of so- . children.
22
Harry Marwil
12
22
22
cial work education at Wayne State
Fannie Katz
22
Yaacov Ben Yitzchok 22
University and widely known in the
22
22
Louis Barsky
23
social work field, died March 8 at
Sid Wolfson's
23
Alexander Farber
23
23
Meyer Nusbaum
age 58.
MONUMENT CENTER. INC.
Mrs. Zwerdling, born in Austria,
641 E. I MILE, FERNDALE
Yeshivath
Beth
Yehudah
Ph Blocks E. of Woodward
was a lecturer for universities and
6 Mks. from 3 Jewish
15751 W. lova Mi. Southfield
agencies, as well as consultant for
Cemeteries on Woodward
Phone 353-6750
Catholic Social Services.
JO 4-5557
LI 2-8244
Survivors are her husband, Mor-
ris, 1328 Nicolet; a daughter, Mrs.
Alan (Erica) Wolfson; and two
grandchildren.

• • •

• WE REMEMBER

n-arx ribrx

Israel M. Malek, 80

Israel M. Malek, a retired insur-
ance salesman, died Sunday at age
80.
Born in Hungary, Mr. Malek was
a World War I veteran and a mem-
ber of the Jewish War Veterans.
He also belonged to Pisgah Lodge
of Bnai Brith and Cong. Bnai
Moshe. He resides at 275 Merton.
Survivors are a daughter, Mrs.
Donald (Bernice) Mahler; a sister,
Mrs. Julia Muller; 11 grandchildren
and seven great-grandchildren.

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