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November 14, 1969 - Image 47

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-11-14

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Benjamin Shiffman, Veteran
of Spanish Anacricatt

Benjamin Shiffrnan, a veteran Post of the Jewish War Veterans
of the Spanish-American War and and was past sergeant-at-arms
one of the oldest Jewish veterans of the national JWV.
in the United States, died Wednes -
Born in Austria. he lived in the
day at age 87.
Detroit area most of his life. He
Mr. Shiffman, past chancellor of currently resided at Borman Hail.
Surviving are his wife. Freda;
the Knights of Pythias Detroit 55,
was to be honored by the organiza- three sons. Ralph of Kansas City,
tion at a testimonial dinner Tues- David of Caro. Mich., and Victor;
day at the Town and Country Club. a daughter. Mrs. Samuel (Elaine)
He was a member more than 50 Krohn; three brothers. Abe. Vic-
tor and David of Palm Springs,
years.
Calif.; three sisters, Mrs. Edward
A life member of Perfection
(Fannie) Feerer, Mrs. Samuel
Lodge of the Masons, Mr. Shift*.
(Sylvia) Ruskin and Mrs. Harry
man also belonged to Silverman
(Ethel) Caplan; 11 grandchildren
and four great-grandehildren.

Monument
Unveilings

Bessie Shepherd

Bessie Libby Shepherd, a life
member of several communal or-
ganizations, died last Friday at
age 85.
Mrs. Shepherd, a native of
Russia and 50-year resident of
Detroit, was a life member of
Mizrachi, Sinai Hospital and Clinic
and the Los Angeles Academy.
She also was a member of
s
Hadassah. Jewish National Fund.
The family of the late Rose Kra- City of Hope and National Council
mer announces the unveiling of a
monument in her memory 11:30 of Jewish
Women. a resident of
Mrs. Shepherd.
p.m. Sunday, Nov. 23, at Clover
Jewish Home for Aged, leaves

unveiling announcements may be in-
sorted by mail or by calling The Jewish
Nests office , 17100 W. 7 Mile Rd., De-
troit 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 54.00 for an unveiling
notice, measuring an inch in depth,
and 57.50 for one two inches deep with
a black border.

Hill Memorial Park. Rabbi Arm two sons, Harold of Miami Beach
and Cantor Bermanis will officiate. and Edward; two daughters. Mrs.
Relatives and friends are asked to Morris (Lee) Weingarten and Mrs.
attend. Benjamin (Mollie) Rossin of Ann
.Arbor: 13 grandchildren and 20
great-grandchildren.
The Family of the Late

RUTH
BALAM UT

Job Counseling Experts

Announces the unveiling
of a monument in her
memory 2 p.m. Sunday,
Nov. 23, at Beth Abraham
Cemetery. Rabbi Donin
will officiate. Relatives
and friends ars asked to
attend.

WASHINGTON (JTA) — Voca-
tional testing and counseling serv-
ices for Jewish teen-agers in me-
dium-to-small Jewish communities
have been started by the Bnai
Brith Vocational Service. The or-
ganization reported that BBVS
specialists were traveling up to
1,000 miles from the metropolitan
regional offices to arrange coun-
seling sessions in synagogues,
community centers and libraries.

The Family of the Late

The Family of the Late

Announces the unveiling
of a monument in her
-memory 12 noon Sunday,
Nov. 16, at Northwest
Hebrew Memorial Park.
Rabbi Gorrelick will of-
ficiate. Relatives and
friends are asked to

Announces the unveiling
of a monument in his
memory 11:30 a.m. Sun-
day, Nov. 16, at Oakview
Cemetery. Rabbi Lehrman

YETTA
SAKS

attend.

JOSEPH STECKER

will officiate. Relatives
and friends are asked to
attend.

In Memory Of Our Dear Beloved Sister

MAXIN,E F. ZACK

Who passed away Nov. 17, 1968

26 days in Cheshvan

Who is sadly missed but will
always be remembered in our
hearts.

Harry Ceresnie, 58; THE DETROIT
Furrier, 25 Years,

16rry Ceresnie, longtime Detroit
furrier, died Sunday at age 58.
Mr. Ceresnie founded Ceresnie
Furs in 1944 and later went into a
partnership known as Ceresnie
Offen Furriers, for many years
located on Livernois and now with
new offices at 181 S. Woodward;
Birmingham.
Born in Poland, Mr. Ceresnie
was a member of Pisgah Lodge of
Bnai Brith and Sidney Hill Health
Club. He resided at 17145 Bonsteile,
Southfield.
Surviving are his wife. Martha:
three sons, Sheldon, Roy and
Gary; a brother, Sol: a sister.
Mrs. Annie Levitt of Toronto; and
two grandchildren.

JEWISH NEWS

Friday, November 14, 1969-47

OBITUARIES

LOUIS .ANGEL, 19100 W. Seven
Mile, died Nov. 11. He leaves•two
sons, Frank and George; a daugh-
ter, Mrs. Kalmon (Lillian) Nager;
and four grandchildren.
• s
ROSE ARONOVITZ, 2427 N.
Dorchester, Troy, died Nov. 11.
Survived by her husband, Morris:
two sons. David and Michael; and
two sisters.
a * *
SAM
ASH, 3264
Greenfield,
Royal Oak. died Nov 11. Survived
by a son, Matthew of Washington,
D.C.; a daughter, Mrs. Julius
(Sylvia) Hoffer of Framingham,
Mass.; three sisters, including
Mrs. Jennie Alpert of Detroit; and
two grandchildren.
* s •
David Lieberwitz. founder and
TILLIE BALLES. former Detroit-
former owner of David's Shoe Store
on Washington Blvd., died Monday er of Los Angeles, died Nov. 7. She
at age 71. A shoe merchant since leaves her husband, Hyman; two
1920, Mr. Lieberwitz retired a year daughters, Mrs. Marvin (Shirley)
Esko and Mrs. Edward (Audrey)
a go.
He was past president of the Ilalem: one -brother. two sisters
Detroit Retail Shoemen's Associa- and.four grandchildren.
tion and a life member of Ashlar
BENNY BEREVNY, 11501 Pe-
Lodge of the Masons. He was a
native of New York City and re- toskey, died Nov. 12. He leaves
sided at 18303 Hubbell.
two daughters. Mrs. Isadore (Doro-
Surviving are his wife. Rae: a thy) Friedman -and Mrs: Alex
son. Byron; a daughter, Mrs. Allan (Sarah)- Rhodes; 11 grandchildren,
(Shirley) Kravitz; two brothers, one brother and one sister.
* *
Harry and William: and a sister.
Mrs. Saul (Dorothy) Sandler.
F A N I A BLEJCHMAN, 22992
Pontchartrain, Southfield, died
Irwin Aran, 62, Attorney Nov. 12. Survived by a son, Izaak
a daughter, Mrs. Sam
in Detroit for Many Years Blechman;
(Esther) Goren; and six grand-
Irwin Aran, a former Detroit at- children.
torney who had offices in the
* *
National Bank Building, died Sun-
ALEX DICKMAN, 13345 S. Nor-
day in Santa Monica, where he had folk, died Nov. 6. He leaves his
made his home for the past 15 wife, Bessie: three sons, Dr. Harry
years. He was 62.
M., Richard and Jerome Dater;
Mr. Aran, a native New Yorker, two daughters, Mrs. Gerald
lived in Detroit more than 40 years (Renee) Gerger 'and Mrs. Bruce
and was graduated from the De- (Clarice) Simons; one brother and
troit College of Law. He belonged nine grandchildren.
to Pisgah Lodge of Bnai Brith here
*
*
and was active in Santa Monica
LILLIAN FINKELSTEIN, 19205
Bnai Brith. In California, he had Votrobeck, died Nov. 7. She leaves
an accountancy practice.
a son, Sanford Fink; a daughter,
Surviving are his wife, Celia; Mrs. Howard (Anita) Tepper: one
two sons, Kenneth and Robert; a brother, four sisters and three
brother, Julius of Detroit; three grandchildren.
sisters, including Detroiters Mrs.


Morton (Sadie) Dermer and Mrs.
BEN FISHER, former Detroiter
Jess (Sylvia) Miller; and two of Miami Beach, died Nov. 9. He
grandchildren.
leaves his wife, Anna; three sons,
George Green of Jacksonville,
Harry Weinstein, Head Charles Green of Chicago and
Milton Green of Alliance, O.; three
of East Side Mill Supply daughters, Mrs. Leonard (Jean-
Harry Weinstein, founder and
owner of the East Side Mill Sup-
ply Co., scrap metal dealership,
In Cherished Memory of
died Nov. 6 at age 80. Mr. Wein-
Brother
stein established the company in
1926 and was active in its opera-
JERRY
tion until his death.
GLADSTONE
Mr. Weinstein, 29529 Fairfax,
Southfield, was born in Poland.
Who passed away on Nov.
He belonged to Cong. Beth Achim,
9, 1964 (5th of Kislev,
Bnai Brith and the Hebrew Bene-
5725). You will never be
volent Society.
forgotten, cherished broth-
Surviving are his wife, Dora; a
er, Nor will you ever be,
son, Julian Winston; two daugh-
ters, Mrs. William (Lillian) Elf-
As long as life and
man and Mrs. Morris (Ann)
memories last.
Schwartz; 13 grandchildren and
None can fill your
seven great-grandchildren.
vacant place.
Sadly missed these
last five years

David Lieberwitz,
Shoe Store Owner

The Family of the Late

ALEX

cite) Magner of Detroit, and Mrs.
Harry (Bella) Pepper and Mrs.
. Maurice (Marilyn) Grob, both of
Pittsburgh: one brother, 13 grand-
children and four great-grandchil-
dren. Interment Detroit,

SAM FOX. formerly of Lansing,.
died Nov. 11 in Tucson. Survived
by his wife. Sally (Center), for-
merly of Windsor and Detroit; a
son, Robert; three daughters,
Mrs. Maurice (Gail) Mordka, Mrs.
Danny (Michelle) Eisenstein and
Miriam of Tucson. Interment
Tucson.
* * *
MORRIS KAPLAN, 7612 W.
Seven Mile, died Nov. 11. He
leaves his wife, Lillian; a son,
Jack; and a daughter, Mrs. San-
. ford (Sally) Rosenthal; and two
; grandchildren.

2

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.

Ira Kaufman Chapel, Inc.

DIRECTORS OF FUNERALS

18325 W. 9 MILE RD., IN

SOUTHFIELD

*

BELLE STEIN of Toledo died
Nov. 9. Survived by a son, Joseph
B-.; three daughters, Mrs. Lewis
B. (Ann) Daniels and Mrs. C.
Kenneth (Connie) Sarason, both
of Detroit, and Mrs. Herman J.
(Stella) Sampliner of Cleveland;
'three brothers, one sister, seven
i grandchildren and eight great-
grandchildren.
*
EVELYN Di A N E SWARTZ,
21920 Gardner, Oak Park, died
Nov. 6. Survived by her husband,
Larry; a daughter, Barbara; her
parents, Mr. and • Mrs. Jacob Po-
peritz; and five sisters.
* * *
SADIE WEINSTEIN, 22811 W.,
Seven Mile, died Nov. 6. Surviving
nieces and nephews in the Detroit
area are Dr, Dean Carron, Mrs.
Louis Wine, Milton Bosley, Airs.
Baer Keidan, David Winston,
Jacob L. Keidan, Herbert S. Kei-
dan, Mrs. Montgomery Ferar and
Stanley Winston.
* *
SOPHIE ZARANKIN, 17500 San
Juan, died Nov. 5. Survived by
four brothers, Bernard Luchtan,
Rabbi Irving Lawton of California,
Israel and Joseph Luchtan, both of
Argentina; and a sister, Tzinia
Lichtenstein of Argentina.

By brother Arthur

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We would also like to take this opportunity to thank all the
relatives and friends for attending the recent unveiling of
her stone. The attendance w as excellent and we appreciate
this sincerely.

i

MARGARET KATZ. 18959 For-
. rer, died Nov. 8. She leaves a
daughter. Mrs. Abe (Shirley)
Leiderman; and two grandchil-
dren.
• *
CHARLES FREDRICK MAR-
MON. 9500 Stahelin. died Nov. 10.
Ile leaves his wife. Kathryne; a
son, Sidney: a daughter, Mrs.
1Douglas (Barbara) Banyash; and
one grandchild.

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