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

April 04, 1969 - Image 47

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-04-04

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



THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, April 4, 1969-47

OBITUARIES

Yemenite Immigrant Is World Bible Champ

JERUSALEM — Israel's fourth
International Bible Quiz cham-
pion is a 44-ybkr-old Israeli rub-
ber factory worker, who edged out
a Protestant minister from Hol-
land and a New Zealand house-
wife to win the crown.
Yaakov Homri, a veteran em-
ploye in the vulcanization depart-
ment of the Gamid Rubber and
Plastics Co. Ltd., of Natanya, scor-
ed 33 out of a possible 35 points
to defeat Bible experts from 18
countries in an event which has

The Family of the Late

FRANCES ZUCKER

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.

The Family of the Late

ISADORE
MENDELSON

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.

achieved the interest of an Olym-
pics for Israelis.
Homri, who came to Israel in
1949 with the "flying carpet"
immigration from Yemen, de-
feated teachers, clergymen and
biblical scholars from every
corner of the globe.
He first was the surprise win-
ner of the stiff Israeli competition,
and then the international event
which was held before a full house
of 3,000 in Jerusalem's conven-
tion hall. Nearly the entire nation
watched the country's longest live
television broadcast or listened on
the radio until the champion was
crowned by President Zalman
Shazar after the six-hour final ses-
sion ending 2 a.m.
The new Bible champion has
been presented with a cash stip-
end by the Gamid firm and Koor
Industries, Ltd., the industrial
combine with which Gamid is af-
filiated, in order to help further
his studies.

the Jewish Guild for the Blind,
died last week at age 62.
In her 35 years with the organiza-
tion, she helped develop the agency
from a small organization mainly
for the Jewish blind to a nonsec-
tarian agency serving rnore than
2,000 persons annually. She had
a leading role in construction of
the agency's $6,000,000 head-
quarters which will be completed
next year near the Lincoln Center
in Manhattan.

Baroness, ORT Leader

Aaron Miller, Painter

RUTH N. BALAMUT, 21871 Kip-
ling, Oak Park, died March 29.
She leaves a son, Jay; a daughter,
Mrs. Robert (Phyllis) Burton; one
brother and three grandchildren.

Mrs. Sidney Pollack;
Headed Guild for Blind

Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

(Direct JTA

NEW YORK — Mrs. Sidney E.
Pollack, administrative director of

Aaron Miller, a palling contrac-
tor who resided at 25350 Green-
field, Oak Park, died Sunday at
age 66.
Mr. Miller, a native of Russia,
was a member of Cong. Beth
Achim. He was past business agent
of Painters Local 42 and past secre-
tary of the Wayne County Chapter,
Painting and Decorating Contrac-
British JNF to Visit Israel tors Association of America.
Surviving are his wife, Dorothy;
LONDON (JTA) — The Jewish
National Fund of Britain will hold a son, Dr. Harvey of South Pasa-
dena; a daughter, Mrs. Dennis
its 1970 annual conference in Is-
(Sandra) Solomon; a sister, Mrs.
rael next year in September.
Miriam Davidson; and six grand-
children.

NEW YORK (JTA) — Baroness
Pierre de Gunzbourg, honorary
president of American Women's
ORT and a benefactress of Jewish
refugees in World War II, died
March 28 at age 88. She was the
widow of Baron Pierre de Gunz-
bourg, a banker and son of a Rus-
sian industrialist.

Downtown Synagogue

Neville Laski of Britain

LONDON (JTA)—Neville Laski,
a former president of the Board
of Deputies of British Jews and a
founder of the Jewish Agency for
Palestine, died here at age 78.
An Ashkenazic Jew, he married
into a Sephardic family and serv-
ed as an elder of the Sephardic
community. His widow is the
daughter of the late Sephardic
chief rabbi, Dr. Moses Gaster.

14457 Griswold, Detroit, Mich.

Announces:

MEMORIAL SERVICES (YIZKOR)

Thursday, April 10

(Last day of Passover.)

Service begins: 7:30 A.M.
YIZKOR: 8:30 A.M.

Workman's Circle Cemetery Depart-
ment Appeals to all those who have
relatives or friends interred at the
cemetery, to arrange for grave care.
If you haven't as yet received your
bills for same, please call Workmen's
Circle Center - KE 7-5440 after 6 p.m.,
call KE 43038. Don't delay-Do it now!

MEMORIES

Damaged Pictures
Restored Like New .
Old Settings Regrouped

NORTHLAND RESTORATION PHOTO

DOES WONDERFUL THINGS!

For Further Information Call

399-9109

A part of kindness consists in
loving people more than they de-
serve.—Joseph Joubert.

In Loving Memory of
Dear Sister

GERTRUDE
GLADSTONE

Who passed away on
ril 5, 1958 (16 days in
an.)
are never forgotten,
dear sister.
We'll always remember
thee;
As time goes by,
I miss you more.

AI

BENJAMIN BARANOFF, 5725
Woodward, died March 29. Sur-
vived by a son, Jack Barnes; two
daughters, Mrs. Betty Shulman
and Mrs. Benjamin (Idalene)
Berke; eight grandchildren and
one great-grandchild.
• •
LOUIS CETNER, 23500 Radclift,
Oak Park, died March 27. He
leaves his wife, Sadie; a son, Man-
ford; two daughters, Mrs. Marvin
(Betty) Popper and Mrs. Carl
(Mary) Koven; one brother, two
sisters and three grandchildren.
a * *
ANNA L. COLE, 7456 Pembroke,
died March 27. She leaves her hus-
band, Edward; one brother and
two sisters.
• * *
BESSIE CUTLER, 16230 Santa
Rosa, died March 31. She leaves
her husband, Carl; a son, Hymie;
two daughters, Julie and Mrs.
Morris (Helen) Pearl; two broth-
ers, one sister, five grandchildren
and two great-grandchildren.
* * *
DOROTHY G. GRAUER, 20131
Stratford, died March 28. She
leaves her husband, Edwin B.;
three sons, Edwin B. Jr. of Colum-
bus, O., Robert M. and Richard
D.; a daughter, Mrs. Ralph (Ruth)
Lindaver of Glencoe, Ill.; one
brother, eight grandchildren and
two great-grandchildren.
* • *
LORI REBECCA HUFANA, 127
W. Nevada, died March 31. She
leaves her mother, Mrs. Lisa Huf-
ana; two brothers, Richard and
David; a sister, Melinda; and her
grandmother, Mrs. Irene Pugh of
Cincinnati.
* * *
ARTHUR KAMINSKY, 14805 Lin-
coln, Oak Park, died March 31. He
leaves his wife, Mary; three sons,
Hy Makrouer, Jerry Makrouer and
Aaron Makrouer of Flint; a daugh-
ter, Mrs. Morton (Ruth) Bernstein
of Flint; and one brother.
* * *
JACK C. MAYER, 17170 Mayers,
died March 28. He leaves his wife,
Estelle.
* • *
BESSIE MUSKAT, 15117 Ward,
died March 28. Survived by her
husband, Sam; two sons, Fred of
Lansing and Dudley; a daughter.
Mrs. Al (Phyllis) Rosenberg; four
brothers, three sisters and nine
grandchildren.
* *
STELLA G. SCHATZ, 60 High-
land, Highland Park, died March

MONUMENT CENTER, INC.

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

31. She leaves a brother, Dr. Max
M. Gordon; and a sister, Lillian.
• • •
DAVID STEIN, 19790 Schaefer,
died March 29. Survived by his
wife, Katy; two daughters, Ida and
Mrs. Arnold (Mary) Katz; and one
grandchild.
* • •
SAMUEL WEISMAN, 16558 In-
diana, died April 1. Survived by
his wife, Belle; two daughters,
Dale and Janice; his mother, Mrs.
Celia Weisman; and one sister.
• • •
DR. EDWARD A. WEISS, 25517
Briar, Oak Park, died March 31.
He leaves his wife, Lilyan; two
sons, Louis and Michael of San
Francisco; a daughter, Mrs. Ar-
thur (Patricia) Fischer; two broth-
ers and two sisters.
a • •
EVA WILLIAMS, former Detroit-
er of North Miami, died April 1.
She leaves two sisters, Mrs. Flor-
ence Thomborough and Mrs. Sam
(Birdie) Talberg. Interment De-
troit.

WE REMEMBER
1-1craz

Dining the coming

week Yeshiva Beth
Yehuda will observe
the Yahrzeit of the
following departed
friends, with the
traditional Memorial
Prayers, recitation of
Kaddish and study-
ing of Mishnayes.

Hebrew Civil
Nisan March
18
6
Sarah Cohen
18
6
Samuel Fields
Henriette
6
Loewenstein
18
6
Benjamin Abramowitz 18
la
6
Amelia Meisner
6
18
Wolf Henigman
6
Eli Scherr
18
Louis Forman
18
7
Anna W. Goldenberg 19
19
7
Beatrice Potok
Ida Solai Kaplan
19
7
19
7
Morris Schwartz
Hyman Berman
19
7
Hershel Ben Maier
Hakohen '
19
7
Rose Berman
19
7
Pauline Goldberg
19
7
Minnie Diamond
19
7
Morris Pushkin
20
$
Max Friedlander
20
Miriam Rosenheck
20
a
Sol Osborne
21
9
Dora Schmaltz
10
22
Gussie Rottenberg
22
10
Dr. Rudolf Leiser
22
10
Meyer B. Marcus
22
10
Samuel D. Radner
22
10
Samuel Salasnek
22
10
Max Lipson
23
11
Solomon Goldberg
23
11
Riva Bas Avrohom
23
11
Chaim H. Einhorn
24
12
Yisroel Ben Ruben
24
12
Isadore Podolsky
24
12
Rose Wool
24
12
Joseph Kohn
24
12
Yaakov Einhorn
24
12
Samuel Lowenbraun 24
12
Miriam Dubin
24
12

Yeshivath Beth Yehudah

15751 W. 101/2 Mi. Southfield

JO 4-5557

LI 2-8266

Phone 353-6750

BERG AND URBACH

";iseed€ uc Weloatmes-t4

Sadly missed these last 11
years by
Brother Arthur

Formerly Karl Berri Memcrials and Manuel

Urbach & Son

HOS CAPITAL at COOLIDGE OAK PARK TELEPHONE $44.2212

• OUR NEW LOCATION

SIDNEY A. DEITCH

Cr SON

DETROIT MONUMENT WORKS

Serving our Jewish Community Since

14441 W. 11

399-27 1 1

1933

MILE RD. NR. GARDNER BET. COOLIDGE Cr GREENFIELD
QUALITY Cr SERVICE OUR GUARANTEE
EVE. EL 3-2722

-1, f..);>...*±,..MVS".3*...-VXM:?, •

Ira Kaufman Chapel, Inc.

DIRECTORS OF FUNERALS

18325 W. 9 MILE RD., IN SOUTHFIELD

Elgin 7-5203

Ira Kaufman-Hebert Kaufman

Back to Top

© 2021 Regents of the University of Michigan