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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-11-22

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, November 22, 1968-47

Doris May,- Secretary
to Chaim Weizmann

LONDON (JTA)-Doris May, the
private secretary of the late Dr.
Chaim Weizmann for more than
30 years, died in Sussex Nov. 14
at age 69.
Miss May joined Dr. Weizmann's
staff shortly after the Balfour
Declaration was issued in Novem-
ber 1917 and retired in May 1948,
when Israel proclaimed its Inde-
pendence and Dr. Weizmann be-
came its first president.
Miss May worked with Dr. Weiz-
mann when he wrote his autobio-
graphy, "Trial and Error," and
her help was acknowledged in the
book.

Nathan L. Schwartz, a retired
accountant for the Michigan State
Department of Revenue, died Nov.
15 at age 77. His wife preceded
him in death Oct. 26.
Mr. Schwartz, 16115 Forrer, was
a past commander and life mem-
ber of David Vincent Post of the
American Legion and a life mem-
ber of Craftsman Lodge of the
Masons. In addition, Mr. Schwartz
belonged to the 40 and 8 Club and
Selective Service Board 98. Born
in New York, he lived in Detroit
40 years.
Surviving are a son, Dr. Law-
rence of Seattle; a daughter, Mrs.
Ellis (Ruth) Brownstein; a sister,
Mrs. Nat (Esther) Goldstaff of
Florida; and six grandchildren.

Julius Greenstone; Owned
Metal Processing Plant
Norma Helfman, 46;
Julius Greenstone, retired owner
of the Vinewood MetaIcraft Co., Was School Teacher

sheet metal processors for the auto
industry, died Sunday at age 81.
Mr. Greenstone headed the busi-
ness for 15 years.
Born in Hungary, Mr. Green-
stone lived in the Detroit area for
65 years. His address was 15276
Miller, Oak Park. He was a mem-
ber of Temple Beth El.
Survivors are his wife, Ellen;
three sons, Warren, Milford of Van
Nuys and Robert of Grand Rapids;
a daughter, Mrs. James (Elsie)
Marks; six grandchildren and one
great-grandchild.

Rose Adler, Age 79

Norma Heilman, a Detroit school
teacher and member of several
communal groups, died Tuesday at
age 46.
Mrs. Helfman, a native Detroit-
er, resided at 22638 Chatsford Cir.,
Southfield. She was a 1944 gradu-
ate of Wayne State University and
a member of Adas Shalom Syna-
gogue, Temple Israel, Henry Mor-
genthau Bnai Brith and American
Jewish Congress.
Surviving are her husband, Le-
roy; two sons, Ivan and Robert;
a daughter, Joan; her father,
Louis Glasman; a brother, Charles
of Chicago; and a sister, Mrs.
Hans (Rose) Roland.

Rose Adler, a member of several
community organizations, died Motion Picture VIP
LOS ANGELES - Samuel J.
Tuesday at age 79.
Mrs. Adler, 20447 Meyers, be- Briskin, vice president and direc-
tor
of Columbia Pictures, died
longed to Circle Branch 111, Pio-
neer Women, Golden Ring Club of Nov. 14 at age 71.
Mr. Briskin, whose Hollywood
the Jewish Center and Jewish
Women's European Welfare Orga- career began in 1920, was at var-
ious times in charge of produc-
nization.
She leaves a daughter, Mrs. Wal- tion at RKO-Radio and Paramount
ter (Marilyn) Herbach; a son, Pictures, as well as Columbia.
Harry Federoff of Baltimore; and He was credited with having ele-
vated the latter to a key spot
four grandchildren.
among the major studios.
Many insurance companies write
policies for diabetics who are in
good health and are adhering to
The Family of the Late
the diet and medication prescribed
FREDA MEYERS
by their physicians.
Acknowledges with grate-
ful appreciation the many
kind expressions of sym-
pathy extended by rela-
tives and friends during
the family's recent be-
During the coming
week Yeshiva Beth
reavement.

• WE REMEMBER
REMEMBER
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Yehada will observe
the Yahrzeit of the
following departed
friends, with the
traditional Memorial
Prayers, recitation of
Kaddish and study-
ing of Mistmoyes.

Hebrew
Kislev
Abraham Valitzkin
3
3
Anne Shektman
Morris Kransbe re
3
Avrohom Yitzchock
3
Eisenstadt
H. S. Seidman
3
3
enaya Wallach
3
Samuel Benidikt
3
Wolf Wallach
3
Chenieh Slmlak
3
Rose Rothnagel
3
Adele Reider
4
Isadore Marcus
4
Ida Finley Selker
4
Baruch Levin*
4
Louis Haberman
5
Freida' Engel
Etta Lays Finley
5
5
Harry Clements
Meyer Freedman
S
5
Joshua Biazofsky -
6
Harry M. Krunel
6
Joseph Feldman
Rachel Davorals
. Bornstein
6
Shirley Janet
7
Smienrnon
7
I. Gunsberg
7
lenatz Weiss
II
Ernest Levi
it
Charles G. Halpert
a
Lillie Spector
Mr. Chodoreff
II
9
Bertha Rubin
v
Mrs. Chodoroff
9
Sonia tektite
9
Ben Bernstein
9
Eva ZitHri
9
Jack Wayne -. -..
Anna &M IND 9
Dr. Joseph Carlebach f

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I Yeshivath Beth Yehudah
15751 W. 1014 ML Southfield

Phone 3534750

OBITUARIES

Nathan Schwartz, 77;
Accountant for State

Monument
Unveilings

Unveiling announcements may be in
serted by mail or by calling The Jewish
News office, 17100 W. 7 Mile Ed.„ De
troit 48235. VS 8-9364. Written an
nouncements must be accompanied by
the name and address of the person
making the insertion. There is a stand-
ing charge of $4.00 for an unveiling
notice, measuring an inch In depth,
and $7.50 for one two inches deep with
a black border.
• •


The family of the late Echiel
Kingston announces the unveiling
of a monument in his memory
11:30 a.m. Sunday, Dec. 1, at
Chesed shel Emes Cemetery.
Rabbi Schnipper will officiate.
Relatives and friends are asked
to attend.

JAKE BAGGLEMAN, 24060 East-
wood, Oak Park, died Nov, 13. Sur-
vived by two sons, Louis of N.
Miami Beach, and Walter; two
daughters, Mrs. Sigmund (Lena)
Littman and Mrs. Martin (Rose)
Kohn; 11 grandchildren and 15
great-grandchildren.

• • a

HARRY BERNSTEIN, 23001
Church, Oak Park, died Nov. 20.
Survived by three sons, Sol of
Pennsauken, N.J., Isadore and
Ralph; two daughters, Sadie and
Mrs. Nathan (Yetta) Rosenthal;
13 grandchildren and two great-
grandchildren.

• • •

NATHAN BRIGHTMAN, 20070
Pierson, died Nov. 15. Survived by
his wife, Sarah; a son, Leonard;
and three grandchildren.
-
• s •

IRVING DWORKIN, 25064 Rue
Versailles, Oak Park, died Nov. 19.
Survived by his wife, Ethel; two
daughters, Mrs. Harold (Frances)
Greenblatt and Mrs. Ira (Barbara)
Flashner; two brothers, one sister
and four grandchildren.
• • •
SANDRA FREEDMAN, 24291
Rensselaer, Oak Park, died Nov.
14. She leaves her husband, Max;
two sons, Lawrence and Allan; a
daughter, Brenda; her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bluestein; one
brother and three sisters.
* • •

SHIRLEY FRIEDMAN, 512
Cherry, Royal Oak, died Nov. 16.
She leaves two sons, Douglas and
Mark; a daughter, Mrs. Jerome
(Carole) Cohen of Windsor; two
brothers and two grandchildren.
* • •
IRVING L. GOLDEN, 19460
Cranbrook, died Nov. 18. He leaves
his wife, Minnie; a son, James;
three daughters, Mrs. Arthur (Sa-
delle) Hessler, Mrs. Philip (Aud-
rey) Fisher and Mrs. Irwin
(Helen) Glasser; one brother, one
sister and 12 grandchildren.
• • •
LILLIAN GOODMAN, 20524 Old-
ham, Southfield, died Nov. 17. She
/eaves two sons, Harry and
Charles; a daughter, Mrs. Meyer
(Jennie) Stewart; five grandchil-
dren and three great-grandchil-
dren.
• • •
BESSIE GORDON, 18611 Prair-
ie, died Nov. 17. Survived by four
daughters, Belle, Ruth, Mrs. Kurt
(Rae) Liebenthal of Cincinnati and
Mrs. William (Lottie) Oppenhiem
of Jackson, Miss.; eight grand-
children and three great-grand-
children.
• • •

TILLIE GROSSMAN, 18919 Cher-
rylawn, died Nov. 13. - Survived by
a son, Manueal A.; a daughter,
Mrs. David J. (Evelyn) Cohen;
one sister; four grandchildren and
six great-grandchildren.
• • •

MARY HILLOCK, 21911 Church,
Oak Park, died Nov. 16. She leaves
a daughter, Linda; three brothers
and two sisters.

CARDS OF THANKS
The family of the late Morris
Goldenberg acknowledges with
grateful appreciation the many
kind expressions of sympathy ex-
tended by relatives and friends
during the family's recent bereave-
ment.

and Milton; two brothers, four
sisters and seven grandchildren,
• • •
JOSEPH RYKE, 14111 Winches-
ter, Oak Park, died Nov. 19. He
leaves his wife, Jean; a son, Ed-
win; three brothers, four sisters
and two grandchildren.
• • •
ROSE TESSIER, 419 Brush, died
Nov. 16. No survivors.
• • •
LOUIS WINE, 17725 Manderson,
died Nov. 19. He leaves his wife,
Sylvia; a son, Robert I.; a daugh-
ROSE KAHN, former Detroiter
of Tucson, died Nov. 18. Survived ter, Mrs. Richard P. (Rosaza)
by three daughters, Mrs. Leona Sutkin; two sisters and five grand-
Bellinson, Mrs. Julius (Betty) children.
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Hersh and Mrs. Ben (Charlotte)
MAXINE F. ZACK, 20555 Lahser,
Clark, all of Los Angeles; a sister,
died Nov. 17. She leaves her
Mrs. Gizella Sherman of Detroit;
mother, Mrs. Minnie Zack; one
four grandchildren and five great-
brother and one sister.
grandchildren. Interment Tucson.
• * •
SADIE KAPLAN, 18426 Annches-
ter, died Nov. 15. She leaves her
mother, Mrs. Sarah Kaplan; two
In memory of my beloved moth-
brothers and three sisters. -
er, Mollie Benis, who passed away
• •
Nov. 25, 1961. Sadly missed and
CARL KAUFMAN, 19968 Schae- always remembered by her daugh-
fer, died Nov. 17. He leaves his ter and family.
wife, Pauline; two daughters, Mrs.
Mark (Rosalie) Gold and Ann; one
brother and two grandchildren.
In Cherished Memory
• • •
of Brother
ALBERT KEYSTONE, 13331 W.
JERRY
Nine Mile, Oak Park, died Nov.
19. He leaves his wife, Sophie; a
GLADSTONE
son, Jack; a daughter, Mrs. Her-
Who passed away on Nov.
bert (Roberta) Sandler; two broth-
9, 1964 (5th of Kislev
ers, five sisters and three grand-
5725).
children.
You will never be forgot-
• • •
ten, cherished brother,
BENJAMIN E. KLEIMAN, 10221
As long as life and mem-
Dartmouth, Oak Park, died Nov.
ories last.
14. He leaves a brother, Irving;
I will remember you al-
and a sister, Mrs. Betty Platt of
ways;
Miami Beach.
None can fill your vacant
• • •
place.
ANNA LEVIN, 18477 Indiana,
Sadly missed these
died Nov. 16. She leaves a son,
last four years
William; a daughter, Mrs. David
By Brother Arthur
(Sedel) Chicorel; one brother, one
sister, six grandchildren and six
great-grandchildren.
• • •
HARRY MANGEN, 12174 Dexter,
died Nov. 19. Survived by his wife,
Dorothy; four sons, Robert and Jo-
seph Mangen and Seymour and
Bernard Avers; a daughter, Shai-
Da of Russia; eight grandchildren
and two great-grandchildren.
•••
SIEGMUND MARX, 19376 Pat-
ton, died Nov. 20. Survived by a
son, Melvin; three brothers and
two sisters.
• • •
JACOB MILLER, 19199 Little-
field, died Nov. 16. Survived by
his wife, Minnie; two sons, Robert



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