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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-11-15

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, Noroinhor 15, 1968-47

OBITUARIES

Attorney A. J. Seltzer; Worked for Cainpaign

A. Joseph Seltzer, an attorney
with offices at 3625 Cadillac Tower,
and active member of the Jewish
community, died Nov. 9 at age 79.
Mr. Seltzer, 18044 Parkside, was
a past chairman of the lawyers
section of the Allied Jewish Cam-
paign and past board member of
the Jewish Center. In addition, he
belonged to the Lawyers Guild,
American Civil Liberties Union
and Americans for Democratic Ac-
tion. Born in Russia, he lived in
Detroit 55 years. He was a gradu-
ate of the University of Michigan
Law School in 1913.

Monument
Unveilings

Unveiling announcements may be in-
serted by mall or by caning The Jewish
News MEM, Min W. 1 Mile Rd.. De-
troit 4321-0., VE 8-0364. Written an-
go/inn-m.04s nmst be accompanied by
the name aild address of the person
making the in•estina. There is a stand-
ing charge •g MAW for an =veiling
notice, menenring an inch in depth,
and $1.50 for one two inches deep with
a black border.

• • •
The family of the late Fannie
Engel announces the unveiling of
a monument in her memory 10
a.m. Sunday, Nov. 17, at Chesed
shel Emes Cemetery. Rabbi Sperka
will officiate. Relatives and friends
are asked to attend.

The Family of the Late

GEORGE J. WEISS

Announces the unveiling
of a monument in his
memory 11 sun. Sunday,
Nov. 17, at Machpelah Ce-
metery. Rabbi Lehrman
will officiate. Relatives
and friends are asked to
attend.

The Family of the Late

HARRY
GOLDMAN

Announces the unveiling

of a monument In his

memory 12 noon Sunday,
Nov. 17, at Chesed shel
Ernes Cemetery. Rabbi
Sehnipper will officiate.
Relatives and friends are
asked to attend.

Surviving are his wife, Sera-
phine; a son, Ralph; a daughter,
Mrs. John (Zivia) Greidn;
DORA BARTMAN BESER, 18046
brother, Julius of Toronto; and Steel, died Nov. 8. She leaves three
seven grandchildren.
daughters, Mrs. H. S. (Esther)
Mellen, Mrs. Isadore (Sophie)
Perlman and Mrs. Jerome (Ann)
Nathan Yaffak 77;
Beigler of Chicago; one brother,
two sisters, six grandchildren and
Was on UHS Board
four great-grandchildren.
Nathan Yaffa, past board mem-
• • •
ber of the United Hebrew Schools
SOLOMON BERGER, 114 W.
and the Jewish House of Shelter,
Adams, died Nov. 12. He leaves a
died Nov. 9 at age 77.
son Gary of Denver; a daughter,
Mr. Yaffa, who resided at Bor- Susan; two sisters and two grand-
man Hall, was a retired real estate children. Interment Aurora, Colo.
investor. He served the Jewish
• • s
Welfare Federation and was a
ANNA COHN, 10643 Santa Maria,
member of Marshall Lodge, Bnai
Brith. Born in Latvia, Mr. Yaffe died Nov. 10. She leaves a son,
Marvin; a daughter, Phyllis; two
lived in Detroit for 60 years.
sisters and one grandchild.
Survivors are his wife, Bessie;
• • •
a son, Dr. Lawrence; a daughter,
ALIZA COHEN of Portland, Ore.,
Mrs. Oscar (Goldie) Band; five
grandchildren and seven great- died Oct. 30. Survived by her par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Yehudah Cohen;
grandchildren.
her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Tenenbaum and Mr. and

Jack Brown, 64

Jack J. Brown, 64, an attorney
with offices in the Commonwealth
Building, died Monday. He was a
member of Downtown Synagogue
and Cong. Shaarey Zedek of Wind-
sor.
Born in Windsor, Mr. Brown was
a graduate of _Detroit College of
Law and a member of both the
Michigan and Wayne County bar
associations. He resided at 59
Seward.
Mr. Brown leaves two sisters,
Esther of Windsor and Mrs. Her-
man Baron of Chicago.

Survivor of Mrs. Cherney

FANNIE GREEN

Pauline Mandell, a member of
several community organizations,
died Sunday at age 60.
Mrs. Mandell, 18419 Westhamp-
ton, Southfield, was a native De-
troiter. She belonged to Cong.
Shaarey Zedek and its sisterhood,
Women's American ORT, Hadas-
sah and Montefiore Lodge, Free
Sons of IsraeL
Survivors are her husband, Mor-
ris J.; a daughter, Mrs. David
(Barbara) Ruskin; two brothers,
Baer and Milford Keidan; and four
grandchildren.

Mrs. Alice Cherney, who died
Nov. 4 at age 65, leaves a sister, Moe Falikman, Unionist
NEW YORK (JTA)—Moe Falik-
Mrs. Naomi Fox, whose name was
erroneously omitted from the obitu- man, a vice president of the Inter-
national Ladies Garment Workers
ary notice last week.
Union and a member and manager
of its Cutters Local 10 for more
than 50 years, died here Nov. 5 at
age 75.
The Family of the Late
Born in Austria, Mr. Falikman
was active during the 1920s and
LILLY MI RSKY
'30s in organizing and improving
Acknowledges with grate-
the working conditions in the cut-
ter's trade.
ful appreciation the many
At the time of his death he was
kind expressions of sym-
national chairman of the American
pathy extended by rela-
Trade Union Council for Histadrut
tives and friends during,
and treasurer of the National Com-
the family's bereavement.
mitte for Labor IsraeL

In Memoriam I

The Family of the Late

Announces Use unveiling
of a monument in her
memory 12 noon Sunday,
Nov. 17, at Beth Abraham
Cemetery. Rabbi Syme
will oficiate. Relatives and
friends are asked to at-
tend.

Pauline Mandell

Acknowledges with grate-
ful appreciation the many
kind expressions of sym-
pathy extended by rela-
tives and friends during
the family's recent be-
reaveinent.

In loving memory of beloved
husband and devoted father, Sam
Kleinberg, who passed away Nov.
14, 1962. Sadly missed and always
remembered by his wife, Goldie;
daughters, Selma and Mrs. Uzziel
(Elaine) Wayman; and brother,
Berman.
* * *
In loving memory of my dear
husband, .Samuel Zeidman, who
passed away Nov. 26, 1962 (29
days in Heshvan).
Sadly missed and always remem-
bered by his wife, Lillian; and
family.

Mrs. Solomon B. Cohen, all of De-
troit; three sisters and two broth-
ers.
• • •
ANNETTE JUNE FRIEDMAN
of Pittsburgh died Nov. 11 in De-
troit. She leaves a brother, Wil-
liam, of Dearborn Heights. Inter-
ment Pittsburgh.
• • •
EUGENE GREENBERG, 15700
Addison, Southfield, died Nov. 13.
He leaves a brother, George H.
Green; and a sister, Mrs. Evelyn
Abrams.
• *
S A R A H GREENBERG, 20501
Chapel, died Nov. 10. Survived by
a son, Milton Greene; one brother
and three grandchildren.
• *
ELMER GOLDBERG, 19100 W.
Seven Mile, died Nov. 9. Survived
by two sons, Erwin Glaedey and
Max Glaedey of Tucson; one
brother, one sister and three
grandchildren.
a • s
MORRIS GOLDENBERG, 24247
Rensselaer, Oak Park, died Nov.
11. Survived by his wife. Yvette;
two sons, Mark and Jeffrey; a
daughter, Linda; one brother and
one sister.
• s *
HILDA JAKONT, 18444 Wash-
burn, died Nov. 8. She leaves her
father, Samuel; and three sisters,
Mildred, Mrs. Maurice (Selma)
Greenberg of Granada Trills, Calif.,
and Mrs. Isadore (Belle) Trebuck.
a • *
RUDOLPH KAR, 15932 North-
gate, Oak Park, <lied Nov. 8. Sur-
vived by his wife, Rebecca; two
sons, Morris of Brooklyn and
Abraham B.; one brother and five
.grandchildren.
• s
SARAH (SONIA) MILLER, 29131
Woodcrest, Southfield, died Nov.
12. Survived by her husband, Sam-
uel; four sons, Sol, Max (Mike)
Harry and Jack Reed; a daughter,
Mrs. Max (Rachel) Miller; one
sister, 18 grandchildren and six
great-grandchildren.
• * •
JEANNE POLANSKY, 19315
Prairie, died Nov. 9. She leaves her
husband, Edward; a son, Dr. San-
ford of Benton Harbor; a daughter,
Mrs. Sam (Adele) Mandelbaum;
one brother, two sisters and four
grandchildren.
a a •
SALLY RAAB, 19483 Ashton, died
Nov. 13. Survived by her husband,
Isidor; a son, Samuel; a daughter,
Mrs. Alter (Frieda) Justen of Cin-
cinnati; and three grandchildren.

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The Family of the Late

BRIAN DAVID
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Announces the unveiling
of a monument in his
memory 1 p.m. Sunday,
Nov. 17,- at Chesed shel
Emes Cemetery. Rabbi I.
Halpern will oficiate. Re-
latives and friends are
asked to attend.

In Loving Memory of

Beloved Wife, Mother
and Grandmother

-

DORA SWARTZ

Who passed away Nov.

17, 1965. Sadly missed and
always remembered by her
husband Louis; sons
Perry, Fred and Howard
Swartz, and daughter Mrs.

Herbert (Irene) Goldberg;
and grandchildren.

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MORRIS RABINOWITZ, 2689 W.
Buena Vista, died Nov. 7. No sur-
vivors.
• • •
EVA RAIMI, 22140 Gardner, Oak
Park, died Nov. 12. Survived by a
son, Jack Ribiat; and seven grand-
children.
• • •
HAROLD SHTIRR, 19170 Ilene,
died Nov. 7. Survived by two
daughters, Mrs. Morris (Julia)
Rosin and Mrs. Norman (Frieda)
Samet; two sisters and four grand-
children.
• •

SAM SIEGEL, 21941 Avon, Oak
Park, died Nov. 9. Survived by a
son, Harry; two daughters, Mrs.
Shea (Betty) Chasen of Silver
Spring, Md., and Mrs. Jack (Ann)
Cohen of Toledo; one brother, four
grandchildren and eight great-
grandchildren.
• •
LENA ZAGER, 15407 Northgate,
Oak Park, died Nov. 8. Survived
by two sons, Dr. Harry Lindy and
Dr. Bernard Zager of Fremont,
Calif.; two daughters, Mrs. Asher
(Sarah) Smith and Mrs. Irving
(Molly) Marco; three sisters, 11
grandchildren and seven great-
grandchildren.

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friends, with the
traditional Memorial '
Peepers, recitation of
Kaddish and stud,.
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Cheshvan Hew.
26
17
Lewis Ross
17
26
Jacob Kale
26
17
Fannie Carnick
21
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Bella Rosenbaum
26
17
Kunle Abramovitz
27
Aaron Simons
Ethel Baxter
77
111
15
27
Herman J. Fishel
27
16
Jeanette Kabaker
27
11
Ephriam Lazarus
211
19
Fannie Friedman
28
19
Sol Lapinsky
Bessie R. Sirota
28
19
28
19
Helen Brand
29
20
Sosia Shiffman
20
29
Harris Kosofsky
Joseph H. Kunin
29
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29
20 -
Rose Kartun
29
20 -
Lena Scott
Peter Weisswasser
29
20
29
20
Louis Gottlieb
29
20
Ethel Bronstein
30
21
Isidore Goldman
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Ben Hochman
1
22
Harry Ehrenfreund
1
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, Karl Yagoda
1
22
Jacob Fish
1
22
Feiga Yampoisky
1
22
Samuel Ben Posner
1
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Arthur A. Gould
1
22
Sadie Gelfund
2
23
Nathan Fridson
2
23
Minnie Tilchin
2
23
Arthur Benlamin
23
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Freda Elstein
2
23
23
Eva Zitrin
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Shirley Devlin
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