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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-07-18

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, July 18, 1969-39

Elias Lieberman, 85;
Educator and Poet

Maurice Hindus, 78;
Authority on USSR

Dr. Elias Lieberman, noted
educator, who • gained fame as a
poet, died July 13 in his home in
Queens, N.Y., at the age of 85.
Former principal of Thomas Jef-
ferson High School in New York,
he also served as associate super-
intendent of New York junior
high schools.
He retired in 1954 but continued
writing poetry until his last days,
some yet to be published in na-
tional magazines.

Maurice Hindus, noted author,
who was one of the leading authori-
ties on the Soviet
Union and Rus-
sian history, died
July 8, aged 78.
He lived in Rus-
sian collective
colonies and wrote
extensively on
various aspects of
Russian history.
He wrote more
than a dozeni
books related to
the Communist
program and Socialist programs.

Monument
Unveilings

Unveiling announcements may be in
serted by mail or by calling The Jewish
News office, 17100 W. 7 Mile Rd., De
trait 48235, VE 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 94.00 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 ANNA J.
WEST announces the unveiling of
a monument in her memory 11 a.m.
Sunday, July 20 at Clover Hill
Memorial Park. Rabbi Syme and
Cantor Orbach will officiate. Rela-
tives and friends are asked to
attend.

Gertrude Simons, 71;
Prominent Detroiter

Mrs. Gertrude B. Simons, a mem-
member of one df Detroit's most
prominent families and an active
leader in many women's move-
ments, died July 10 at the age of
71. Her late residence was in North
Park Towers.

Surviving are two sons, Broudy
and Edgar, and two grandchildren.
She was the widow of Nathan
Simons.
A former officer in Women's
ORT, Mrs. Simons also was active
in Shaarey Zedek, Hadassah, Na-
tional Council of Jewish Women
and the Franklin Hills and Great
Lakes clubs.

The Family of the Late

LOUIS ZACK

Announces the unveiling of
a monument in his me-
mory noon Sunday, July
20, at Chesed shel Emes
Cemetery. Rabbi Sperka
will officiate. Relatives and
friends are asked to at-
tend.

The Family of the Late

EDWARD RICE

Announces the unveiling
of a monument in his
memory 11 a.m. Sunday,
July 27, at Beth El Memo-
rial Park. Rabbi I. Hal-
pern will officiate. Rela-
tives and friends are
asked to attend.

In Memoriam

OBITUARIES

DORIS ACHTMAN, former De-
troiter of Florida, died July 13.
Survived by her husband, Louis;
two sons, Joseph of Miami Beach.
and Jack; four daughters, Mrs.
Manny (Kathleen) Lax, Mrs. Betty
Fischer of N. Miami Beach, Mrs.
Martin (Gladys) Rabinowitz and
Mrs. Herman (Edith) Fershtman;
20 grandchildren and one great-
grandchild.

• • •

BESSIE APPLE, 2745 Cortland,
died July 15. She leaves a son,
Harry, of N. Miami Beach, Fla.;
a daughter, Mrs. David (Eva)
Soskin of N. Miami Beach; six
grandchildren and nine great-
grandchildren.
• • •
RUBBY (BOBBIE) BLUMEN-
THAL, of Hollywood, Fla., form-
erly of Southfield, died July 16.
She leaves her husband, Adolph;
two. daughters, Mrs. Howard
(Joyce) Passman and Mrs. Harold
(Ada) Laven; two brothers; a
sister and six grandsons. Interment
Detroit.
• • •
JEANETTE DIAMOND. 1641
Strathcnna. died July 11. She leaves
three brothers, Morris of San
Francisco, Jack and Simon; three
sisters, Mrs. Gertrude Collins,
Mrs. Herman (Lillian) Gordon of
St. Petersburg, Fla., and Mrs.
Morris (Blossom) Friedman of
Fort Lee, N. J.
• • •
SAMUEL FOX, 25114 Rue Ver-
sailles, Oak Park, died July 16. He
leaves his wife, Beatrice; three

In blessed memory of our be
loved sister Lillian Heller who
passed away July 11, 1963. When
the ties of love are broken and the Harry Alvin, Founder
loved onei haeittripait, it 14aves;"a in Standard City Club
wound that never heals and an
Harry Alvin, a founder and
ever aching heart.
member in the Standard City Club,
Mrs. Maurice (Sophie) Kingston died July 15. He was 79 years
and family.
old.
Mr. Alvin, 681 Covington, was
born in Marion, Mich., and re-
sided in the Detroit area most
In Loving Memory of Our
of his life. He was a former
Beloved Mother and
vice president of Grant Iron and
Grandmother
Metal Co., schap metal brokers,
and a member of Temple Beth El.
EVA LEVINE
He leaves his wife, Gladys; a
Who passed away July 24,
son, Richard; a daughter-in-law,
1967 (16 days in Tamuz).
Mrs.
Sybil Alvin; a brother, Jaj;
Sadly missed and always
a sister, Mrs. Herbert (Hattie)
remembered by her child-
Slomin of Conn., and two grand-
ren, Freda and Leon We-
children.
berman, gran dchildren
Marc, Eddie, Aron and
Bruce.
Hyman Drazin, 47,

Commercial Builder

The Family of the Late

MAE APPLEBAUM

Announces the unveiling
of a monument in her
memory 2 p.m. Sunday,
July 27, at Machpelah
Cemetery. Rabbi Levi 11
will officiate. Relatives
and friends are asked to
attend.

In Loving Memory of Our
Dear Father, Grandfather,
and Husband

HYMAN
WEISENTHAL

Who passed away on July
19, 1964. Sadly missed and
always remembered by his
wife, Blanche, and his
children, granchildren and
great-grandchildren.

Hyman Drazin, commercial build-
er and contractor, died July 14 at
Mt. Carmel Mercy Hospital. He
was 47 years old.
Mr. Drazin, of 18325 Winchester,
Southfield, was a native of Detroit.
He was an employe of the Edward
M. Cantor Co., commercial build-
ers. Former owner of David Drazin
and Son, general contractors, Mr.
Drazin was a member of Masonic
Lodge 530 F and AM.
He leaves his wife, Sally; three
sons, Robert, Richard and David;
a daughter, Linda and a sister,
Ruth.

daughters, Mrs. Abe (Eleanor) Leonard (Edith) Berlin of Encino,
Kutok of Evanston, Ill. , Mrs. Alvin Cal.; and eight grandchildren.
• • •
(Adrian) Brown of Sepulueda,
Cal., and Mrs. Ben (Violet) Feild-
NETTIE SEMANSKY, 11501
stein; six grandchildren and nine Petosky, died July 15. She leaves
great-grandchildren.
two daughters, Mrs. Leonard

• • •
(Clare) Tierman and Mrs. Harry
MORRIS GANT, 19489 Gilchrist, (Ann) Kink; a daughter-in-law;
died July 10. He leaves his wife, one sister; five grandchildren.
*••
Margaret; two sons, Irvin and
SAMUEL SINGER, 12740 Sterl-
Martin; a daughter, Mrs. Carl
(Audrey) Lapasky; a brother, ing Ct., Oak Park, (formerly of
three sisters and seven grandchil- Youngstown, 0.) died July 14. He
leaves his wife, Pearl; two daugh-
dren.
• • •
ters, Mrs. Sam (Clara) Moroff of
REBECCA HAROLD, died July Mayfield Heights, 0., and Mrs.
14. Survived by three sons, William Joe (Nettie) Bloom of Youngstown,
of Val D'or, Quebec, Sam of To- O.; a brother, a sister and four
ronto and Ben; a daughter, Mrs. grandchildren. Interment Youngs-
Bernard (Betty) Becker; a sister town, 0.
• •
and six grandchildren. Interment
ROSE SMELSEY, Town House,
Toronto.
• •
1511 1st Street, died July 15. She
FREDA KAUFMAN, 24550 leaves her son, Dr. Seymour C.
Oneida, Oak Park, formerly of Smelsey.; a sister, three grand-
Ann Arbor and Marshall , died children and two great-grandchil-
July 17. She leaves two daughters, dren.
a
Mrs. Morris (Fae) Weiss and Mrs.
Moons (Charlotte) Stulberg of
ROSE STEIN, 11051 Petoskey,
Marshall; one sister and seven died July 15. Survived by three
grandchildren.
daughters Mrs. Sam (Freida)
• • •
Udkoff of Sepulveda, Cal.; Mrs.
MOSES MOISEEV, 20100 Votro- Matthew (Jeanette) Schreidell and
bec Ct., died July 14. Survived by Mrs. Edward (Molly) Feinberg; a
his wife, Lena; two sons, Max of brother; nine grandchildren and
iHuntsville, Ala. and Nathan; two eight great-grandchildren.
• • •
sisters and three grandchildren.
JULIUS TAITELBAUM, of Tel
a • •
Aviv, former Detroiter, died July
ROSE POLSKY, 3891 Riverside
Dr., in Windsor, died July 12. She 15. Survived by three sons, Max,
Bill
and Joseph; two daughters,
leaves two sons, Louis of Windsor
and Ralph; a daughter, Mrs. Har- Fannie Schoolk of Silver Springs
and Pauline Bodzin; 15 grandchil-
old (Edith) Swartz of Windsor;
four grandchildren and two great- dren and 15 great-grandchildren.
Interment, Tel Aviv.
grandchildren.



ALBERT ROSENBERG, 18213
Meyers, died July 10. Survived by
wife, Edith; two sons, Peter and
Ernest Eick; a brother, a sister
and five grandchildren.
*
MICHAEL ROTH, 21128 Pem-
broke, died July 9. Survived by
mother, Mrs. Pearl Roth; a broth-
er, Steven; a sister, Sherry, and
his grandfather, Joseph Kertes.
• • •
MORRIS SCHUCHMAN, former
Detroiter of Los Angeles, died June
30. Survived by three daughters,
Mrs. Abe (Ruth) Rosenthal, Mrs.
Henry (Jeanette) Rosen, and Mrs.

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RUBIN MADOFF

In Loving Memory of Our
Dear, Departed Wife
and Mother

Announces the unveiling
of a monument in his
memory 10 a.m. (Detroit
time) Sunday, July 27, at
Workman Circle Cemetery.
Rabbi Stollman will offi-
ciate. Relatives and
friends are asked to at-
tend.

Who passed away July 20,
1956. Sadly missed and
always remembered by her
husband, N a t h a n, and
daughters Marjorie and
Mrs. Abner (Adeline) C.
Rosenzweig.

The Family of the Late

JENNIE
NEWBERGER

The Family of the Late

WILLIAM
EARL MILLER

near Gardner between
Coolidge 8. Gr_lenfield

399-2711
Eve.-EL 3-2722

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.

-41ft~ftowfti.-.
Ira Kaufman Chapel, Inc.

DIRECTORS OF FUNERALS

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

Lena M. Lieberman
Max Feldman
Israel Hirsh Mason
Esther Marcus
Samuel Rivkin
Gertrude Marks
Joseph Dorf
Annie Kelmanovitz
Bertha Weisser
Victoria Mallis
Millie Franovitz
Louis Stoll
Ethel Rosenbaum
Lena Nucian
Rose Grossman
Louis Semansky
Applebaum Family
Murray Roth
Anita Rubin
Isaac Gendelman
Harry Ackerman
Bertha Hess
Max Louis Roberts
Devorah Hayman
Max Roggin
Rose Solomon
Sarah Leah Willis
Benjamin Weinberg
Leib Applebaum
Jacob Kominars
Marion Eizen
Charles Kogan
Esther Eisenstadt
Minnie Ruzumna
Ruth Jeanette Arbit
Jack Glicker

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Phone 353-6750

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