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August 29, 1969 - Image 38

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-08-29

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Max Krugel, Ex-Owner
of Modern Delicatessen

Max Krugel, former owner of the
well-known Modern Delicatessen on
Fenkell Ave. for 40 years, died
Aug. 20 in Beverly Hills, where he
had lived for the past year.
Mr. Krugel, 54, was born in To-
ronto. He was a member of Motor
City Lodge of Bnai Brith, Odd Fel-
lows and Cong. Shaarey Zedek.
Survivors are his wife, Gertrude;
a son, Alan; two daughters, Ellen
and Sandra; his mother, Mrs. Min-
nie Krugel of Detroit; and a broth-
er Max of Southfield. Interment
California.

Loyed Wolberg, founder in 1925
and co-owner of Central Lumber
Co., 8020 Chrysler, died Aug. 20 at
age 64.
Mr. Wolberg, 12811 Northfield,
Oak Park, was a native of Russia
and lived in the Detroit area 45
years. He belonged to Cong. Bnai
David and the Retail Lumbermen's
Association.
Survivors are his wife, Sadie;
two sons, Gerald and Sheldon; a
daughter, Mrs. Norton (Arlene)
Delidow; three sisters, Mrs. Her-
man (Bernice) Silver, Mrs. Rhoda
Hockwald and Mrs. Archie (Shir-
Lou Stillman, 82, Dies ley) Leslie; and three grandchil-
NEW YORK—The owner of the dren.
famous Stillman's Gymnasium,
Lou Stillman, died Aug. 19 in Santa
Barbara, Calif., at age 82.
The arena, convenient to Madi-
son Square Garden, became one of
New York's most colorful institu-
Lena Benison Hecker, past presi-
tions. When Stillman sold the gym- dent of Beth Israel Sisterhood, of
nasium in 1959, he reflected on its Blue Star Mothers, Gold Star
38-year-old history:
Mothers and Pioneer Women, died
"There's no more tough guys Aug. 15 at age 77.
around, not enough slums. That's
Mrs. Hecker, 1801 E. Atherton,
why I'm getting out of the busi- was a member of Hadassah as
ness."
well as Beth Israel and the other
As a school for prizefighters, groups. She was a native of Rus-
Stillman's graduated more than sia.
35,000 boxers. He always favored
Surviving are two grandchildren,
the abusive approach.
Richard and Frank J. Benison.
"Big or small, champ or bum, I Sons Irving and Arthur preceded
treated 'em all the same—bad," her in death.
Stillman recounted. "If you treat
'em like humans, they'll eat you
Herman Velick, Age 70;
alive."

Lena Hecker, 77
Club Leader

Had Packaging Service

In Loving Memory of

MARK EVAN
BUZETTE

March 23, 1961 to
Sept. 1, 1966
Three years have gone
by since we've seen your
laughing face. •
They say that time does
fly, but the ache does not

erase.
Sadly missed by Mom and
sister Karyn. •

Zionist Leader
Dr. Joseph Shubow
Dies at Age 69

Loyed Wolberg, 64,
Lumber Co. Founder

Herman Velick, founder of Over-
seas Packaging Service here, from
which he retired in 1954, died
Tuesday at age 70. He resided in
Miami Beach.
Mr. Velick, a veteran of World
War I, was past commander of
the American Legion, 23rd Engi-
neers, and a member of the De-
troit Chamber of Commerce. He
was a native Detroiter.
Surviving are his wife, Pauline;
two sons, Harry and Stuart; a sis-
ter, Mrs. Harry (Ida) Singer of
Bay City; and seven grandchil-
dren.

DETROIT JEWRY

is invited to participate in a

OBITUARIES

Nationally prominent leader Dr.
Joseph Shubow of Boston died Aug.
20. He suffered a heart attack a
day previous.
Tributes were paid to his mem-
ory by national leaders and the
president of the Zionist Organiza-
tion of Detroit, Louis Panush, ex-

HARRY BALBERMAN, 23280
Avon, Oak Park, died Aug. 22. Sur-
vived by his wife, Helen: a son,
Nicky; two daughters, Mrs. Thomas
(Linda) Ditkoff and Sherry Ann;
and two brothers.
a a *
ADOLPH BIEDERMAN, 17541
Grandville, died Aug. 1. He leaves
his wife, Regina; and a son, Ron-
ald.

MORRIS EPSTEIN, 13318 N.
Norfolk, died Aug. 25. He leaves
three brothers, Sam, Max and
Meyer, and a sister, Mrs. Max
(Buena) Lichter.
*
BEN GLICKSTEIN, 20039 Braile,
died Aug. 25. Survived by his wife,
Rose; a son, Philip of San Fran-
cisco; a daughter, Mrs. Charles
(Bess) Robinson; one brother, one
sister, two grandchildren and two
great-grandchildren.
* * *
FREDA GOOSEN, 1626 Balmoral,
died Aug. 25. She leaves her hus-
band, Sidney; a son, Theodore; and
two brothers.
*
DR. JOSEPH SHUBOW
MORRIS HOWARD, 25350
pressing sorrow, honored him as
Greenfield, Oak Park, died Aug.
"a great rabbi, a committed Jew,
27. He leaves his wife, Ida; two
a selfless and loyal Herzlian Zion-
sons, Dr. Alvin and Dr. Arthur;
ist.
a daughter, Mrs. Robert (June)
Rabbi Shubow addressed the ex-
Gurwin; one brother, one sister
ecutive committee of the ZOD only
and seven grandchildren
six days before his passing. He was
*
a candidate for the presidency of
LOUIS MINDLIN, 11501 Petos-
Zionist Organization of America
key, died Aug. 26. Survived by a
and was to have been voted upon
son. Norman of Willowdale, Ont.;
at the convention in Los Angeles three daughters, Mrs. Shirley
this week-end.
Lepler, Mrs. Allen (Minnie) Fink
He would have reached his 70th
and Mrs. Morris (Tillie) Shomov;
birthday on Sept. 26.
eight grandchildren and five great_
Founding rabbi of Temple
grandchildren.
Bnai Moshe, Brighton, Mass.,
S
-
Dr. Shubow was known as an
JULIA K. NACHMAN, 695 Chi-
orator, was a prolific writer and
cago, died Aug. 21. She leaves four
participated in World Zionist
nieces and two nephews.
Congresses and the most impor-
tant Zionist gatherings in the
CHARLES POMERANTZ, former
last 25 years.
Detroiter of New York City, died
Jacques Torczyner, president of Aug. 21. Survived by his wife,
the Zionist Organization of Amer- Martha; a daughter, Joyce Young:
ica, led in tributes paid to his a brother, Irving of Detroit; two
meRory and was among-the nota- sisters, Mrs. Fred (Dora) Gross of
bles' who attended the funeral
services.

-
Memorial Services Set
in Memory of 6 Million

•sl"

Detroit and Mrs. Herman (Lillian)
Kaplan of Flint; and one grand-
child. Interment New York.

ROBERT ROSENBERG, former
Detroiter of Muskegon Heights,
died Aug. 24. He leaves his wife,
Rose; two daughters, Suzanne of
Muskegon Heights and Mrs. A. J.
(Marilyn) Goldenthal of Detroit.

.

for the six million Jews who perished in
Europe at the hands of the Nazis . . .
which will be held on

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 7th

at 1:30 P.M.
at the

HEBREW MEMORIAL PARK

(Chesed Shel Ernes Cemetery ... Gratiot and 14-Mile Rd.

RABBI JOSHUA S. SPERKA

Rabbi Emeritus of Young Israel of Greenfield

SAM WARREN, 23421 Parklawn,
Oak Park, died Aug. 27. Survived
by his wife, Ida: three sons, Her-
man, Marvin and Seymour; two
daughters, Mrs. Thelma Weinhaus
and Barnie; one sister and nine
grandchildren.

L E N A WASSERMAN, 1225
Carey, Highland, Mich., died Aug.
23. Survived by three sons. Her-
bert, Melvin and William of Pan-
ama Canal Zone; four daughters,
Mrs. Gilbert (Beatrice) Levine,
Mrs. Bernard (Ida) Meltzer of
Mount Pleasant, Mrs. Edward
(Anne) Slotnick of Highland and
'Mrs. Harry (Belle) Elkiss; 18
grandchildren and two great-grand-
children.

Oscar Myers, Flint businessman
for 30 years, died Aug. 15 at age
80.
Mr. Myers, G-3100 Miller, was a
native of Russia and had lived in
Flint for the past 50 years. He was
a member of Cong. Beth Israel
and Bnai Brith.
Surviving are his wife, Lillian; a .
son, Carl; and five grandchildren.

CANTOR SIMON BERMANIS

of Beth Achim Synagogue

Will Participate in These Services

Samuel S. Portner, President
Paul Jacobs, Edward Miller, Vice-Presidents
Sam Levine, Cem. Chairman
Rabbi Israel I. Rockove, Exec. Dir.
Nathan Wolok, Ass't. Dir.
Rabbi Henry L. Goldschlag, Cem. Admin.

ARRANGEMENTS COMMITTEE

Nathan Samet, Chairman; Harry E. Citrin, Morris Dorn, Leo B. Furst,
Nathan P. Rossen, Meyer I. Cooper, David Richman, Dr. Hugo
Mandelbaum, Solomon Nusbaum, Leo Stein.

MONUMENT CENTER, INC.

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

DETROIT
MONUMENT
WORKS

Serving Our Jewish
Community Since 1933

14441 W. 11 Mile Rd.

ear Gardner bet, ,, er
Coolidge 8, Grzen , le'd

WE REMEMBER
71-airx ,fin:

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

Ira Kaufman Chapel, Inc.

:1113;5 W. 9 MILE RI):.*INAQUT,IVIELP.*,'

Hebrew Civil
ELUL Aug.
17 31
17 31
17 31
17 31
Sept.
18
1
Harry Goodman
18 1
Israel Eizen .
18
1
Isaac Kresch
19 2
Harry Weiswasser
19 2
Jacob Steinbock
19 2
Joseph Goldman
19 2
Bessie Weingarden
19 2
Fannie Lifshitz
19 2
Leo Flekel
20 3
Dora Esther Green
20 3
3
Ida Begelman 20
Julius Kozloff
21 4
4
Joseph Saxer 21
Sarah Glassman
5
22
Morris Brooks
Yaacov Hirsh ben Yisroel 22
22 5
Harry Mondry
22
5
Fannie Schwartz
22 5
Esther Cohn
22 5
Sonia Yabeck
22 5
Philip Forman
22 5
Rose lwrey
22 5
Nathen Hess
22 5
Israel Mayrock
23 6
Jacob Soberman
23 6
Yehudith Cohen
23 6
Jacob Feffer
23 6
Clarence Ablitz
23
Rebecca D. Freedman
23 6
Rebecca Podolsky
23 6
Leah Morrison
23 6
Esther Rosenshine

Rose Diamond
Ida Esther Becker
Esther G. Ruffsky
Sam Dubin

Yeshivath Beth Yehudah

399-2711
Eve.—EL 3-2722

CARD OF THANKS
The family of the late Harry
Raminick acknowledge with grate-
ful appreciation the many kind ex-
pressions of sympathy extended
by relatives and friends during
the family's recent bereavement..

JO 4-5557

LI 2-8266

Henrietta Fine, Teacher

Oscar Myers, 80

.

ESTELLE SOLOMON, 11501 Pe-
toskey, died Aug. 22. She leaves a
brother, Pingree W. Friedenberg;
and a sister, Sadie Friedenberg.

Henrietta Fine, an active volun-
teer at Sinai Hospital since her
retirement from teaching eight
Memorial services for the Six years ago, died Monday at age
Million will be held 1:30 p.m. Sept. 83. She had been a teacher at Lo-
7 at Hebrew Memorial Park gan School for 50 years.
Miss Fine, 1300 E. Lafayette,
(Chesed shel Emes Cemetery),
with Rabbi Joshua S. Sperka and was a native of Germany. She
leaves
a brother, Herman; and a
Cantor Simon Bermanis officiating.
Samuel S. Portner, president of sister, .Hulda h.
the Hebrew Benevolent Society,
named Nathan Samet chairman of
New Location
• the arrangements committee. He
is assisted by Harry Citrin, Morris
Sidney A. Deitch
Dorn, Leo Furst, Nathan Rossen,
Meyer Cooper, David Richman,
Dr. Hugo Mandelbaum, Solomon
Nusbaum and Leo Stein.

"MEMORIAL SERVICE"

DIRECTORS OF FUNERALS

Friday, August 29, 1969-39

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Phone 353-6750

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