VP of Vlasic
Ab r aham Ros e nshi n e,
Young Israel Founder
Abraham Julius Rosenshine, a
Herman Raznick, vice president founder of the Young Israel move-
of Vlasic Foods Co., in Lathrup age 63. in Detroit, died Sunday at
Village, died Wednesday at age 57.
Mr. Raznick was owner of Crown
Mr. Rosenshine, 25671 Lahser,
Food Products for 40 years, until Southfield, was a self-employed
a merger with Vlasic in 1964. accountant. Born in Poland, he
Mr. Raznick, 28526 Brooks Lane, lived in the Detroit area 45 years.
Southfield, was born in Russia and
Ile leaves his wife, Frieda; three
lived in the Detroit area for 30 daughters, Mrs. Harvey (Esther)
years. He was a member of Cong. Frank, Mrs. Laya Gelff of Sher-
Adas Shalom, Tikvah Lodge of man Oaks, Calif., and Mrs.
Bnai Brith, City of Hope and Per- Richard (Ruth) Kaplan of Los An-
fection Lodge of the Masons, of geles; a stepson, Bernard Fire-.
which he was a past master.
stone: a stepdaughter, Mrs. Larry
Surviving are his wife, Frances: (Dorothy) Abramson; two brothers, ;
three sons, Alan, Fred and David; Jay and Nathan; two sisters, Mrs..
a daughter, Mrs. Lawrence (Bar- Abe (Rose) Martin of Miami and
bara) :Millman; and three broth- Mrs. Mae Kelley; and nine grand
ers, Maurice, Fred and Gerald. children.
The Family of The Late
Announces the unveiling of a double monument in
their memory 1 p.m., Sunday, Oct. 26 at Bnai David
Cemetery, Van Dyke at Grinnell. Rabbi J. Sperka and
Cantor H. Adler will officiate. Relatives and friends
are asked to attend.
Max Friedman, 69;
Active in Windsor
Max Friedman, owner and oper-
ator of Friedman Furniture Store
on Wyandotte St., Windsor, for 32
years, died Oct. 12 at age 69.
Mr. Friedman, 2865 Avondale,
died of injuries suffered in an ac-
cident last July, in which a car
Retired from his business for
the past seven years, Mr. Fried-
man continued to be active in
Shaar llashomayim Synagogue.
of which he became a member
in 1925 when he arrived in Wind-
sor from Toronto. Mr. Fried-
man, born in Russia, came to
Canada in 1921.
He was a member of the syna-
gogue men's club, Samaritans,
Dr. Campbell's Lodge of the Odd
Fellows of which he was past
nobel grand, and Masons.
Surviving are his wife, Clara:
a son, Coleman; a daughter, Mrs.
Peter (Rochelle) Cooper of De-
troit; and one grandchild. A me-
morial fund in Mr. Friedman's
name has been established at
Cleveland Communal VIP
CLEVELAND (JTA) — Edwin
Weiner, 53, former general chair-
man of the 1969 Jewish Welfare
Fund Appeal, died Oct. 15. He was
a member of the board of the
Jewish Community Federation
Welfare Fund for many years and
was recently named to the na-
tional executive committee of the
United Jewish Appeal. Since 1960
he had made six study mission
trips to Israel.
In Memory of Our Beloved
Mr. Louis Kay (Kreps)
Announces the Dedication of a
Memorial In Memory of
Who passed away Oct. 24,
1946 (13 days in Hesh-
van). Sadly missed and
always remembered by
her daughters, Mrs. Harry
(Lillian) Alpiner and
During the coming
week Yeshiva Beth
Yehuda will observe
the Yahrzeit of the
friends, with the
Prayers, recitation of
Kaddish and study-
ing of Mishnayes.
Who were numbered among
the 800 Families From the
Polish city of Wtosczowa, Kielce
Who were forcibly removed to
the Treblinka Crematorium
and who gave their lives
"Al Kiddush Hashem"
Yom Kippur, 1942
Rabbi Mordecai Halpern and
Cantor Ruben Erlbatun
Friends and family are invited to attend
Chesed Shel Emes Cemetery, Section 18,
Gratiot at 14 Mile Road
Sunday, November 2, at 1:30 P.M.
David J. Goldberg 15
Moses Ph. Ellenson 16
Lea Blume Lipkin 17
Celia Frank Eckert 18
Dr. Leo Orecklin
Max J. Keidan
Roy C. Greenblatt 19
Martin Amhowitz 20
Sarah Pearl Kliman 20
Samuel J. Maxman 20
Phone 353 - 6750
BESSIE CUSIINER, 19356 Sun-
derland, died Oct. 17. Survived by
her husband, Charles; two sons,
David and Max; three daughters,
Mrs. Harry (Minnie) Shafer, Mrs.
Lawrence (Rebecca) Shankman of
Florida and Mrs. Joseph (Mary)
Feihush; six brothers and six
• • •
SAM N. EPSTEIN, 11501 Petos-
key, died Oct. 20. He leaves his
wife, Ethel; a son, Jay: two daugh-
ters, Mrs. Irving ( Rheda) Bern-
stein and Mrs. Jack (Arlene) Le-
vine; two brothers, one sister,
three grandchildren and one great-
LUBA FARBER, 15221 North-
gate, Oak Park, died Oct. 21. She
leaves two sons, Clement and
Martin; a daughter, Mrs. Meyer
(Marilyn) Greenberg; and six
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RAYMOND F I S II E L, 17410
Stratford, Southfield, died Oct. 20.
He deaves his wife, Freida, and a
MARCUS GELLER, 11501 Petos-
key, died Oct. 10. He leaves four
nephews and three nieces.
SAM GOLD, 11501 Petoskey.
died Oct. 19. He leaves three sons,
Ruben, Samuel and Meyer; a
daughter, Mrs. Edwin (Belle)
Moss; three sisters and 11 grand-
SAM LUBETZKY, 18458 Snow-
den, died Oct. 17. Survived by his
wife, Masha; and a daughter, Mrs.
Jerome (Mildred) Pershin; one
brother and three grandchildren.
CLARA MAX, 21941 Church,
Oak Park, died Oct. 21. She leaves
her husband, Sydney L.; a son,
Sheldon; a daughter, Mrs. Milton
(Shirley) Shopnick; two brothers,
three sisters, six grandchildren
and one great-grandchild.
YETTA NOBBER, 23301 Kip-
ling, Oak Park, died Oct. 18. She
leaves her husband, Philip; a
daughter, Mrs. Saul (Geraldine)
SakWa; one brother, one sister and
I three. grandchildren.
BELLA ROSNER. 17416 Indiana,
died Oct. 22. Survived by her hus-
band, David; two sons. Bernard
and Joel; one daughter. Mrs. Vio-
let Ehrlich; and six grandchildren.
THERESA SCHNEIDER, 21150
W. Seven Mile, died Oct. 17. She
leaves her husband, Meyer, and
BERTHA SCIIRAM, 18200 W. 13
Mile, died Oct. 17. No survivors.
NANCY SUE SEIDMAN, for-
mer Detroiter, of Hollywood, Fla.,
died Oct. 15. She leaves her par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Sol Seidman;
a sister, Barbara; and her grand-
parents, Mr. Louis Seidman and
Mrs. Sarah Friedberg. Interment
FLORA SIIEWITZ, 11501 Petos-
key, died Oct. 17. Survived by a
grandson, Leonard M. Krause; and
ROSE STOORMAN, 50 W. Square
Lake, Bloomfield Hills. died Oct.
22. Survived by two sons, Julius
and Herbert M.: a daughter, Mrs.
Leo (Anna) Levine: one brother,
one sister, seven grandchildren
and three great-grandchildren.
PHYLLIS RAE STOUT (LED-
ERER), former Detroiter, of Glen-
view, Ill., died Oct. 21. She leaves
her husband, Richard N.; a son,
Jonathan; and her mother, Mrs.
Sarah Lederer of Detroit. Inter-
Sylvia Steinberg, a member of
several women's organizations in
the community, died last Saturday
at age 62.
Mrs. Steinberg, 20494 Warring-
ton, was a native Detroiter. She
was on the board of the Jewish
•Home for the Aged and belonged
to the National Women's Commit-
tee of Brandeis University, Na-
tional Council of Jewish Women,
.Hadassah and Women's American
Surviving are her husband.
Benjamin; her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Schwartz; a brother,
Seymour; and two sisters, Mrs.
Joseph (Florence) Gorelick and
Mrs. Isadore (Shirley) Robbins.
If a death
Toronto Jewish Leader
TORONTO (JTA) — Isadore
Markus, a British-born architect
and leader of Bnai Brith and
the Jewish community here, died
here at age 81. Mr. Markus was
born in Manchester. England, and
came to Canada in 1905.
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