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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-06-07

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, June 7, 1968-5S

OBITUARIES

Lewis H. Manning, Retail Jeweler;,
Active in Allied Jewish Campaign

Lewis H. Manning, prominent in
the retail jewelry field in Detroit
and Michigan, died May 29, at
age 60.
Mr. Manning was president of
Cole and Erwin jewelers, 123 State,
with whom he had been affiliated
for 35 years. He was also president
of Miller Jewelry Co. which has
stores in Jackson, Battle Creek
and Albion,

SAMUEL BAKER, 120 W. Mont-
SARAH MARGUERITE KAHN,
BOrn in Detroit, he Was a gradu-
ANNA TRACK, former Detroiter
ate of Wayne State University calm, died May 25. He leaves a 18644 Muirland, died May 31. Sur- of Miami Beach, died May 30. She
b
r
o
t
h
e
r,
Benjamin
of
Flushing,
vived by two sons, H. Malcolm of leaves two sons, Bernard of De.
College of Law in 1928. He was a
member of the Michigan State N.Y., and a sister, Mrs. Florence Pontiac and Ellis L. of Pittsburgh; troit and Irving; a daughter, MrS.
Horwitz.
Bat Association.
one brother, one sister and three Henry A. (Lena) Leigh of North
* *
grandchildren.
Carolina; and five grandchildren,
Mr. Manning was a past presi-
SAMUEL BARAK, 26733 York,
* *
Interment Detroit.
dent of the Detroit Credit Jewelers
Huntington Woods, died May 31.
* * *
Association, board member of the
JOSEPH
MARKOVITZ
of
Toron-
Survived by his wife, Bessie; a
National Jewelers Association and son,
PEARL
WERNER
of S o att
to
died
May
27.
Survived
by
his
Moe;
one
sister
and one wife, Annie;
a former director of the Michigan grandchild.
a son, Oscar; two Euclid, 0., died June 1. She leaves
Retail Jewelers Association.
daughters, Mrs. Sidney (Laura) two daughters, Mrs. Robert (Ro..
*
Freedman of Detroit and Mrs. I. chelle) Lederman of Detroit, and
Active in the Allied Jewish Cam-
NATHAN BEITNER, 19614 Deer-
paign of the Jewish Welfare Fed- ing, Livonia, died June 1. Survived (Mirien) Nash; one brother, eight Mrs. William (Gloria) Shapiro tif
eration, Mr. Manning served as by three sons, Maurice, Seymour grandchildren and one great-grand- Tonawanda, N.Y.; two sisters and
six grandchildren. Interment De-
head of its mercantile division. He and Jerome; two brothers, two child. Interment Toronto.
troit.
• *
was a member of the board of the sisters and seven grandchildren.
Detroit Service Group.
*
HARRY A PERLIN, 675 Lilli-
bridge, died May 29. He leaves a Ella Anthony of Bay City;
He
was
a
member
of
Cong.
BELLA
BOCK,
24540
Harding,
Louis Davidson, a co-founder of
son, Harold; a daughter, Mrs.
Davidson Brothers (Federal De- Shaarey Zedek and its men's club, Oak Park, died June 4. Survived Aubrey (Lillian) Belche r; five Helped Organize PTA
partment Store s, now Federal, Keidan Lodge. of Bnai Brith, Town by three sons, Julius, Leo and Jack brothers, one sister, eight grand-
Ella R. Anthony, an active men)._
Inc.), died May 31 in Miami Beach. and Country Club and Standard of Miami; and eight grandchildren. children and two great-grand- ber of the Bay City community.
City Club.
*
He was 75.
died May 30 at age 86.
children.
BEN BRICKER, 13331 W. Nine
He leaves his wife, Rose; a son,
Mr. Davidson, who was retired
Mrs. Anthony, wife of the Tate
* *
for the past two years, was a mem- Mervyn H.; a daughter, Mrs. Har- Mile, Oak Park, died May 31. Sur-
Henry Anthony, was born in Bay
ELUKIM PUNDYK, 19330 Grand- City, the daughter of the
old (Janice) Katzman; a brother, vived by a son, Albert of Los
late 31c..
Dr. Morey; a sister, Mrs. Joseph Angeles; a daughter, Mrs. Albert view, died June 3. Survived by his and Mrs. Isaac B. Rosenberg. She
wife,
Anna;
one
nephew,
one
niece
(Mildred) Weiss; and six grand- (Sophie) Keystone; one brother,
was a member of Bay City.
children. He resided at 25660 one sister, three grandchildren and and one brother-in-law.
Woman's Club, Hadassah, Bay
*
*
three great-grandchildren.
Southfield in Southfield.
County PTA, of which she WM
*
WILLIAM R. RICHMAN of past president, and the Bay City
ROSE DALIDOW, 22255 Hessel, Vancouver died June 3. Survived PTA, which she helped organize.
died June 4. Survived by two sons, by his wife, Lillian; a son, Har- She also was a former member of
Jacob Brody, a member of sev- Harry of Vallejo, Calif., and Her- vey; one sister; and four brothers, the Reform Temple of Bay City.
man; a daughter, Mrs. Stanley including David, Norman and
eral organizations in the co
Surviving are three sons, ,TaineS
LaVine; 10 grandchildren Melville J., all of Detroit, and M., Charles E. and Irving B.
munity, died Sunday at age 84. ,
Harry, former Detroiter of Miami. Oradell, N.J.; two sisters, Ross
Born in Russia, he was a 61-year and '.10 great-grandchildren.
*
Interment Vancouver.
resident of Detroit.
and Helen Rozenberg of Detroit
FANNIE FREED, 48960 Ohio,
* * *
and five grandchildren.
Mr. Brody, 19496 Freeland, was' died May 29. Survived by a son,
MAURICE ROSE, former Detroit -
a retired super market owner. He'' Joseph; two daughters, Mrs. Rob-
belonged to Sholem Aleiche
` ert,(Rose) Stocker and Mrs. Victor er of Miami Beach, died June 4.
Lodge of Bnai Brith, Rovner Lach- (Bessie) Rose; two brothers, two He leaves a brother, Michael. and
owitcher Farein, Histadrut and Ar- sisters; eight grandchildren and two sisters Etta Rose and Mrs.
Jacob (Eba) Rone.
beiter Farein.
one ,great-grandchild.
*
*
*
Surviving are his wife, Minnie;
JEANETTE SCHWEI G, 9306
MEYER FRIEDMAN, 22170
During the coming
a son Bernard; a daughter, Mrs.
week Yeshiva Beth
Jack (Harriet) Kirschner; one sis- Ridgedale, Oak Park, died June Mansfield, died May 30. She leaves
Yehuda will observe
ter, four grandchildren and one 2. Survived by his wife, Alice; a son, Dr. Edward of Plantation,
the Yahrzeit of the
two daughters; Mrs. Morris (Mol- Fla.; five daughters, Mrs. Sam
great-grandchild.
LOUIS DAVIDSON
following deported
lie) Kaplan and Mrs. Manuel (Helen) Klasky of Los Angeles,
friends, with the
ber of Cong. Shaarey Zedek and
(Ethel) Berman; four sisters, and Mrs. Daniel (Miriam) Halpern of
traditional Memorial
David Abramson of Ohio six grandchildren.
Franklin Hills Country Club.
Rockville Center, N.Y., Mrs. Mor-
Prayers, recitation of
Born in Russia, Mr. Davidson
*
*
*
ris
(Frances)
Levy
of
Los
Angeles,
David R. AbramSon, Canton, 0.,
Kaddish and study-
lived in Detroit for 55 years. He clothier, and husband of the for-
Mrs.
Louis
(Aline)
Tabor
of
Bloom-
MOLLIE GUDES, 20453 Chey-
ing of Mishnayes.
resided in Miami Beach for the mer Edith Reichstein of Detroit,. enne, died June 3. Survived by a ington, Minn., and Mrs. Frank
Hebrew Civil
past six months.
son, Dr. David; a daughter, Mrs: (Mabeline) Greenberg; 25 grand-
died May 2,8. He was 57.
SIVAN JUNE
Survivors are his wife, Tillie;
Lena Klein
Murray (Julia) Hauptman; and children and three great-grand-
13
9
Mr. Abramson, a native of Can-- seven grandchildren.
Eliyohu Applebaum
13
children.
9
two sons, Gerald and Marvin of
Isaac
Ruffsky
14
10
ton,
was
an
attorney
and
veteran
*
*
.*
*
*
ScarSdale, N.Y.; a daughter, Mrs.
Isaac Yabek
14
10
Samuel Satovsky
14
10
Morris (Carolyn) • Lomaskin of of World War II. He belonged to'
BECKA GUTMAN, 18441 Pine-
EILEEN SHELDEN, former De-
Fanny Rubinstein
14
10
Miami Beach; a brother, Abraham Shaarey. Tora Congregation and its hurst, died June 3. Survived by troiter of Philadelphia, died June
Sarah Schwartzman
14
10
men's
club,
Jewish
War
Veterans,
Joseph Aptke
15
11
of Tucson; two sisters, Mrs. • Al
a son,- Louis Wiener; three daugh- 1. Survived by her husband,
Max Leichtling
15
11
(Kate). Bluestein of California and Bnai Brith and various business- ters, Mrs. John (Ann) Sandler, ald; two daughters, Debra Don-
Jacob
Shere
15
11
and
Harry Israel
Mrs. Arthur (Betty) Lipsitt;• and men's organizations.
Mrs. Max (Florence) ProhoW and.
16
12
Kalman Shapiro
16
12
Surviving besides his wife are Mrs. Joseph (Sylvia) Tulcensky; Laurie; one brother, two sisters
six grandchildren. Interment De- -
Bashe F. Katinsky
16
and
a
brother-in-law,
Dr.
Warren
12
two- sons, Benjamin and Donald; a 12 grandchildren and eight great-
troit.
Jacob Franovitz
16
12
Shelden of Detroit. Interment in
Rachel Marwil
daughter, Karen; and a brother, grandchildren
16
12
Philadelphia.
Michele Eisenman
16
12
Jacob.
*
Rebecca Medow
16
12
* * *
Oscar
I.
Steel
16
12
ADOLF HAAS, 19519 Cranbrook,
Becky Weinberg
17
CARDS OF THANKS
NATHAN STEINBERG, 17168
died June 3 Survived by his wife,
Rabbi H. Eisenberg
17
'13
Frank Schneider
17
13
The family of the late Morris Rosa; a son, Eric of San Antonio; Warwick, died June 2 He leaves
Sophia H. Goodman
17
13
Pianka acknowledges with grateful a daughter, Mrs Milton J. (Ilse) his wife, Esther; a son, Edward
Bessie Harris
17
13
Ben Benson
17
appreciation the many kind expres- Doner; five grandchildren and Shane; ,two brothers, two sisters
73
Fanny Pupko
and one grandchild.
17
13
sions of sympathy extended by one great-grandchild.
Leonard Steel
18
74
* * *
Mendel Landsberg
relatives and friends during the
18
Chaya Golda Cohen
18
14
SOLOMON (S A U L) HOLOF-
family's recent bereavement.
Joseph Miller
19
15
Sid Wolfson's
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CENER, 18000 Lesure, died June 4.
Aaron Levine
19
15
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ment in her memory despite the a son, Harry; three daughters,
Mrs. Louis (Marian) Trotsky, Mrs.
heavy rain that day.
Sidney A. Deitch
Sydney (Sylvia) Berman and Mrs: :
George' R. (Helen) Klein; eight
grandchildren and seven great-
grandchildren.
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* *
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