100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

The University of Michigan Library provides access to these materials for educational and research purposes. These materials may be under copyright. If you decide to use any of these materials, you are responsible for making your own legal assessment and securing any necessary permission. If you have questions about the collection, please contact the Bentley Historical Library at bentley.ref@umich.edu

May 03, 1968 - Image 47

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-05-03

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, May 3, 1968-47

Bud Charlip, 35; Paul Landy, 70
Paul Landy, president of
Bnai Brith Leader Paul's Auto Parts and an active

Avrum (Bud) Charlip, 35, for a
number of years a popular partici-
pant in youth and other Detroit
movements, par-
ticularly Bnai
Brith, died Wed-
nesday after an
open heart oper-
ation. Funeral
services w e r e
scheduled 10 a.m.
today at Kauf-
man Chapel, with
interment at Clo-
verhill Memorial
Charlip P a r k. Surviving
are his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Meyer Charlip; and a brother,
Eliot.
Distinguished by his height -
he was 6'9" - Mr. Charlip was a
loyal participant in many public
affairs and was well-known by the
youth. He was for many years an
usher on Sabbaths and holidays
at Cong. Shaaery Zedek, where he
was a member, and seldom missed
attending services there. He was
past president of its junior con-
gregation. He took a deep interest
in Israel's development and en-
couraged young people to be active
in sports. Mr. Charlip, a graduate
of Central High School, held a
bachelors degree in political
science from the University of
Michigan in 1954. He was a native
Detroiter and resided with his
parents at 18114 Oak.
An insurance broker, Mr. Char-
lip was past director of the Cove-
nant Credit Union, Bnai Brith, and
chairman of the organization's in-
surance program. He was a
founder of Centennial Lodge and
vice president of the Bnai Brith
Men's Council.

Dr. Herbert Waldman,
Psychologist at Ypsilanti

member of Cong. Bnai Moshe,
Wednec, day at age 70.
Mr. Landy, 24131 Church, Oak
Park, was former ritual chairman
at Bnai Moshe and a member of
Farband and Pisgah Lodge, Bnai
Rrith. He was born in Rnsqia and
lived in the Detroit nr?a 56 3 , ears.
A memorial fund in his name
has been established at the Hillel
Day School library.
Surviving are his wife, Yetta;
three sons, Zolmon of Los Angeles,
Zelic{ and Irving; two brothers,
three sisters and eight grandchild-
ren.

!)avid P ev;ne, Age 72:
Owinoel Wacte P,ner Cn.

David A. Levine, co-owner and
president of the former Levine
Waste Paper Co. of Detroit and
Kalamazoo, died Tuesday at age
72.
Born in Detroit, Mr. Levine
headed the company founded by
his parents in 1890. He was re-
tired the past two years.
Mr. Levine, 19363 Sussex, was
a member of Cong. Shaarey Ze-
dek, Hannah Schloss Old Timers
and Perfection Lodge of the Ma-
sons.
He leaves his wife, Zelda; two
sons, Hershel and Seymour; a
daughter, Mrs. Louis (Iris) Gor-
zeck; a brother, Sam; three sis-
ters, Mrs. Eva Harris of Califor-
nia, Mrs. Flora Zimmerman and
Mayme; and 10 grandchildren.

Jeanette Lewis Kirsnianski, a
dedicated Zionist and member of
several Jewish organizations here,
died Sunday at age 70.
Born in Lithuania, Mrs. Kirs-
nianski was a. dedicated Zionist,
belonging to the Zionist Organiza-
tion of Detroit and the Jewish Na-
tional Fund and assisting in Israel
Bond drives. She was associated
with both Shaarey Zedek and
Ahavas Achim synagogues.
Mrs. Kirsnianski, 19464 Tracey,
leaves a brother, Ben Lewis; and
two sisters, Rose Lewis and Mrs.
Al (Norma) Hudosh.

Dr. Herbert Waldman, a psychol-
ogist on the staff of Ypsilanti State
Hospital, died April 26. He was 46.
A native of Detroit, Dr. Wald-
man was a member of the Ameri-
can Psychology Association and
the Association for Clinical Re-
search.
Surviving are his wife, Irma,
14387 Denne, Livonia; his mother,
Mrs. Yetta Waldman; and five sis-
ters, Mrs. Sadie Honsberger, Mrs.
James (Margaret) Doyle, Mrs. Dayan Is Most Popular
Charles (Esther) Ellis, Mrs. Sue Personality in Israel
Ryan of California and Mrs. Flor-
TEL AVIV (ZINS)-According
ence Myles of Long Beach.
to a recent poll, Moshe Dayan was
voted the most popular figure in
Israel.
He scored 88 points, two more
compared to the census taken last
September.
Foreign Minister Abba Eban ran
a close second with 84 points, one
point more over the previous count.
Levi Eshkol, the premier, re-
ceived only 64 points, but he
gained 19 in his rise in popularity.
Only 3 per cent of those polled
expressed opposition to Dayan as
defense minister, 5 per cent were
dissatisfied with Eban as foreign
minister, and 13 per cent disap-
proved of Levi Eshkol as prime
minister.

The Family of the Late

The revised 24-Year Calendar
now goes to 1970. All Hebrew dates
and day of the week for 24 years
from September, 1946. A very con-
venient way to find yahrzeit dates.
Also all important Jewish holidays
from 1948 to 1973.
For your free copy, send a post
card or a letter, mentioning this pub-
lication, to: H. J. Heinz Co., Dept.
J2, Box 57, Pittsburgh, Pa. 15230.

DR. HAROLD M.
EKELMAN

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.

HARRY H. ABRAMS, 20100 Vot-
HARRY KAPLAN, 18509 Monica, 24051 Church, Oak Park, died April
robeck, died April 28. Survived by died April 30. Survived by a sister- 26. Survived by his wife, Bessie;
his wife, Molly; one brother and in-law, Mrs. Annette Kaplan; a son, Dr. Daniel of Bethesda,
one sister.
Md.; a daughter, Mrs. Arlene Laz-
nephews and nieces.
*
erson; two brothers and five grand-
PAULINE CHAFETS, 21350 Kip-
HER BERT C. KOHN, 15234 children.
* * *
ling, Oak Park, died April 25. She
Northgate,
Oak Park, died April
leaves two daughters, Mrs. Jack
TODD
DONALD
TANN, 6647
(Ruth) Fine and Mrs. Joseph 29. Survived by two sons, Mark Perham, Birmingham, died April
(Betty) Miller of Washington, D. and Steven .Joseph.
25. He leaves his parents, Mr. and
1'
C.; one brother, two sisters and
Mrs. Jeffrey Tann; two sisters,
ROSE
LOVINGER,
24641
Man-
eight grandchildren.
Tiffany and Tiesha; and his grand-
istee, Oak Park, died April 26. Sur- parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Tann
* *
ROSE COWAN, former De- vived by a son, William; two and Mr. and Mrs. Webster Middle-
troiter, of Las Vegas, died April daughters, Mrs. Alex (Charlotte) ton.
a a *
25. She leaves a brother, Robert Golanda and Mrs. Norman (Lil-
Cohen of Athens, Pa.; four sisters, lian) Gould, both of Los Angeles;
MORRIS WEISS, 19994 Ardmore,
Mrs. Max Ann Bernstein, Mrs. Mark and 10 grandchildren.
died April 26. Survived by his wife,
*
*
*
(Leah) Roth of Bronx and Mrs.
Pauline; a daughter, Cheryl; one
ANNA MORGER, 18485 - Strath- brother and two sisters.
Sam (Ida) Maimes and Mrs. Sam
(Eve) Greenbaum, both of Beverly moor, died May 1. She leaves a
* *
Hills, Calif. Interment Los Angeles. son, Maurice; three daughters,
JEAN VINOCUR WHITE, former
* * *
Mrs. Benjamin (Bessie) Wesley of Detroiter of Tujunga, Calif.,
died
LOUIS FIGLEN, 17305 Ward, Israel, Mineta and Genevieve; April 1. Survived by her husband,
two
sisters,
four
grandchildren
and
died April 26. He leaves his wife,
George; two sons, Stanley and
Sarah; a son, Martin H.; a daughter, seven great-grandchildren.
Marshal, both of Los Angeles; a

*
*
Mrs. Saul (Alice) Shcolnek; one
brother, Sy of Detroit; three sis-
MORTON J. PARIS, 20510 Mar- ters and two grandchildren. Inter-
sister and five grandchildren.
low, died April 27 in Miami Beach. ment Tujunga.
* * *
He leaves his wife, Dorothy; a
*
WILLIAM FRIEDMAN, 18200 daughter, Mrs. Benjamin (Corinne)
PAULINE GOODMAN ZIMMER,
W. 13 Mile, Beverly Hills, died Yancon; two brothers and two
13241 W. Chicago, died April 30.
April 25. He leaves three sons, grandchildren.
She leaves three brothers, Louis J.,
Irvin, Hy and Andrew of Grand
* * *
Jack and Samuel Goodman; and
Rapids; a daughter, Mrs. Rita
MAY ROTH, 11501 Petoskey, three sisters, Mrs. Bessie Krell, .
Sanders; two sisters and 12 grand- died
April 27. She leaves nieces and Mrs. Louis (Ann) Freidman and ,
children.
nephews.
* *
Mrs. Esther Barcus.
*
*
JEANETTE GOLD, 21880 Hamp-
SAM RUBINSTEIN, 15 3 6 0
shire, Southfield, died April 25. James, Oak Park, died April 27.
She leaves her parents, Mr. and He leaves his wife, Esther; two
Mrs. Elasha Gold; a brother, daughters, Mrs. Mayer (Sheila)
Gerald; a sister, Beverly; and her Morganroth and Mrs. David (Lil-
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel lian) Broner; and five grandchil-
Gold and Mr. and Mrs. Rubin Luks. dren.
During the coming
* * *
* *
week Yeshiva Beth
Yehuda will observe
ANNA GOLDSTEIN, 28740 Tavi-
ISIDORE SEEDMA N, 16623
the Yahrzeit of the
stock Tr., Southfield, died April Schaefer, died April 26. Survived
following departed
27. Survived by a son, Charles; by his wife, Sarah; a son, Jack;
friends, with the
a daughter, Mrs. Arthur (Naomi a daughter, Mrs. Irving (Ruth)
traditional Memorial
L.) Markowitz; one brother, three Kaufman; one sister and seven
Prayers, recitation of
sisters, nine grandchildren and grandchildren.
Kaddish and study-
*
a
a
ing of Mishnayes.
three great-grandchildren.
Hebrew Civil
a a a
LAWRENCE SILVERMAN, 100
IYAR MAY
Hyman
Averbuch
5
Seward,
died
April
30.
He
leaves
MAX KALB, 19301 Harlow, died
Ben Mertz
April 25. He leaves his wife, Rose; two brothers, Oscar and David;
Sholom F. Agranovich
5
Abraham M. Zack
6
a son, Irvin; a daughter, Mrs. and three sisters, Mrs. Hy (Belle)
Merrill Goodman
6
Abraham (Mildred) Brownston; Schlafer of Hollywood, Fla., Ethel
Brandel Kaufman
6
and
Rosetta.
Baker
Leonard
N.
6
one brother, one sister and five
David Simons
6
• * *
grandchildren.
7
Eva Wainer
JACOB SOVERINSKY, 18212
Marie Zarkin
7
*
7
David
Rittenburg
7
Alice Robinson
LEONA WILDER, 2632 W. Chi- Lauder, died April 29. Survived by
Bessie Goldsmith
cago, died April 24. Survived by two sons, Seymour and Ralph; a
1
Rose Kelman
1
Anna Spitzer
8
a brother, Louis of New Orleans; daughter, Mrs. Marvin (Dorothy)
Fox; two brothers, three sisters
1
Hanna Bordelow
8
and three sisters, Mrs. Maurice
1
8
Fannie
Goren
1
(Ann) Wasserman, Mrs. Lewis and seven grandchildren.
Jacob Lechtzin
• *
1
8
Philip
Ross
(Rose) Helpert and Mrs. William
9
Gershon Grossman
11
DANIEL STAUB, 15309 North-
(Belle) Sorokin, all of Detroit.
11
9
Toba Lerner
gate, Oak Park, died April 26. He
11
9
Harry Shapiro
11
9
Fannie Freedman
leaves his wife, Freda; a daughter,
9
11
Sidney Applebaum
Mrs. Sander (Margot) Klein; one
11
9
Shlomo Jalan
9
11
brother and three grandchildren.
Gus Lew

.

WE REMEMBER

71-1:17,2 71ty

Jeanette Kirsnianski,
Dedicated Zionist

Free to Our Readers!
New Up-dated 24-Year
Hebrew-English Calendar!

OBITUARIES

In Memoriam

In cherished memory of our
beloved mother, Becky Caplan,
who left us May 5, 1949. In our
hearts, your memory is kept, for
one whom we love and never will
forget.
Sadly missed by your son and
daughter, Dr. B. B. Caplan and
Mrs. Ann Feldman and their
families.

*

MAX ROBERT STEINBERG,

Sid Wolfson's
MONUMENT CENTER, INC.

661 E. 8 MILE, FERNDALE
1 1/2 Blocks E. of Woodward
6 Blks. from 3 Jewish
Cemeteries on Woodward

LI

2-8266

18325 W MILE RD IN SOUTHFIELD

13
13
13
13
13

9
9
10

10
11

11

11

11

11

Yeshivath Beth Yehudah

15751

JO 4-5557

W. 101/2 Mi. Southfield

Phone 353 6750

DETROIT MONUMENT WO7AS

Serving Detroit's Jewish Community from the Some Location

for 30 Years . . . "Our Experience Is Your Guarantee"
TOwnsend 8-6923
V44 W. Davison at Lawton

(Between Linwood and Dexter)
Best Quality Granites-Personalized Designs

Ira Kaufman Chapel, Inc.

DIRECTORS OF FUNERALS

11

11
12

Sidney A. Deitch

Isadore Grabow, Founder
of Midwest Woolens

Isadore Grabow, founder of Mid-
west Woolens company, died Sun-
day at age 87.
Mr. Grabow, 19100 W. Seven
Mile, was a member of Temple
Israel, Perfection Lodge of the
Masons and Pisgah Lodge, Bnai
Brith. He was born in Latvia.
Survivors are his wife, Bertha;
a son, Louis; two daughters, Mrs.
Adolph (Maxine) Baron and Mrs.
Irving L. (Frances) Goldman;
five grandchildren and five great-
grandchildren.

Eva Goldin
Victoria Freedman
Charles Lipschinsky
Anna Rabinovitch
Ernoe Weisz
Theodore Rogvoy
Lena Bodzin
Sadie Eisenberg
Pauline Garelick

Eveninns: 3 53-2722

Reasonably

Priced

AND

7eeeette

GIG

Formerly Kari Berg Memorials and Manuel Urbach & Son

.13405 CAPITAL at COOLIDGE OAK PARK TELEPHONE 544-2212

Ira Kaufman-Herbert Kaufman

Elgin 1-5200

Back to Top

© 2020 Regents of the University of Michigan