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July 03, 1970 - Image 39

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-07-03

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David Racossin, 74, Former Detroiter

David Racossin, a former De-
troiter, who, upon his graduation
from the University of Michigan,
was named executive treasurer of
the General Motors' Far East Op-
eration and lived in India for
several years while holding that
office, died after a brief illness in
Norwood, Mass., June 24, at the
age of 74.
He is survived by his wife, the
former Esther Robinson of Detroit:
a daughter, Mrs. Mira Fogel of
New Bedford, Mass.; a brother,
Harry, of Washington, and four
grandchildren.
A native of Washington, Mr.

Monument
Unveilings

Unveiling announcements may be in
serted by mail or by calling The Jewish
News office, 17515 W. 9 Mlle Rd., Suite
865. Southfield, Mich. 48075- Written an.
nouncements must be accompanied by
he name and address of the person
making the insertion. There is a stand.
ng charge of 54.00 for an unveiling
notice, measuring an inch in depth.
and $7.50 for one two inches deep with
a black border.
it,

is

The family of the late Rose Feld-
stein announces the unveiling of a
monument in her memory 11 a.m.
Sunday, July 5 at Clover Hill
Memorial Park. Rabbi Segal will
officiate. Relatives and friends are
asked to attend.
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*
The family of the late Jay
Mitchell Gordon announces the un-
veiling of a monument in his mem-
ory 11:30 a.m. Sunday, July 12, at
Machpelah Cemetery. Rabbi Arm
will officiate. Relatives and friends
are asked to attend.
• * •
The family of the late Sylvia
Karabenick announces the unveil-
ing of a monument in her memory
10 a.m. Sunday, July 12 at Mach-
pelah Cemetery. Rabbi Gorrelick
will officiate. Relatives and friends
are asked to attend.

The Family of the Late

ETHEL LABINER

Announces the unveiling
of a monument in her
memory 11 a.m. Sunday,
July 12, at Chesed she!
Emes Cemetery. Rabbi
Prero will officiate. Rela-
tives and friends are
asked to attend.

The Family of the Late

DAVID

HABERMAN

Announces the unveiling
of a monument in his
memory 11 a.m. Sunday,
July 12 at Machpelah Ce-
metery. Rabbi Schnipper
will officiate.

Leah Balk and Children
of the Late

MAX BALK

Announces the unveiling
of a monument in his
memory noon Sunday,
July 5 at Chesed shel
Ernes Cemetery. Rabbi
Doni. and Cantor II
Adler will officiate. Rela-
tives and friends are
asked to attend.

Racossin, after his services with
GM, founded and became president
of Raybond Electronics Co. in Nor-
wood, Mass. He formed an
electronic-heating company after
his discharge from the army as a
major in 1945. His company used
high frequency radio gluing equip-
ment for furniture. The name of
his company was changed in 1955
to Raybond Electronics and 10
years later Mr. Racossin sold the
plant to Wilcox and Gibbs. He re-
mained in executive control of the
company until his death.

Forward Analyst
Harry Lang
Lan.- Dies

BEVERLY HILLS (JTA)—Har-
ry Lang, who had specialized in

Friday, July 3, 1970-39

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

I OBITUARIES I

labor-movement analyses for the
New York-based Jewish Daily For-
MARY TUSHMAN, 17224 E.
HENRIETTA ARGO, 11501 Pe-
ward since 1916, died here June toskey, died June 27. Survived by Goidwin, Southfield, • died June
22 at the age ofd 81.
She leaves her husband,
27.
nieces and nephews.
Mr. Lang, who was born in Lith-
Harry, two sons, Earl and Larry;
* e •
uania, came to the United States
two brothers, two sisters and four
MINNIE BLUM, 13965 Linwood, grandchildren.
in 1904 and was active in the
Jewish labor union strikes of 1914- died June 26. Survived by nieces
*
*
*
16. He later became the Forward's and nephews.
• • .
DAVID WAX, 18231 Forrer,
labor editor, and in 1950 moved
here to be West Coast editor. For
IDA CHAYET, 11501 Petoskey, died July 1. Survived by his wife,
the past dozen years he had served died July 1. Survived by three Eva; a son, Nicolai; a daughter,
the paper as a news analyst.
sons, Jack, Morris and Sam; a Mrs. Dora Wolf of Romania; and
Mr. Lang was author of the daughter, Mrs. Mary Burden of one sister.
*
* *
World War I book "The Bride of Miami Beach; one brother, three
EDNA WOLF, 21900 Marlow, Oak
Suffolk Street," later adapted for sisters, 13 grandchildren and 29
Park, died June 30. Survived by her
PRINCETON, N.J. — Eric Kah- the s t a ge; "Along American great-grandchildren.
husband, Irving B.; two sons, Paul
ler, a cultural historian and teach- Paths," 1926, and "62—A Biogra-
• • *
and Arthur; a daughter, Madeline;
er at universities here and abroad, phy of the Union" 1939, about the
ROSE FISHER, 11501 Petoskey, his mother, Mrs. Gertrude Wisot-
negligee workers of the Interna- died June 30. Survived by a son,
died June 29 at age 84.
Mr. Kahler came to the U.S. in tional Ladies Garments Workers Albert; two daughters, Mrs. Harry sky; and one sister.
• • e
1938 as a German refugee from Union. He had been a business (Ada) Daniels and Mrs. Leo
SYLVIA YAGOW, 20407 Chey-
the Nazis. Born Erich Gabriel agent for the union before becom- (Muriel) Cycowski; four grand-
von Kahler in Prague, he lectured ing Forward labor editor.
children and five great-grand- enne, died June 26. She leaves
her husband, Morris.
and wrote here under the name
children.
*
Eric Kahler.
Paul
Carpenter,
58,
Before Nazism, Mr. Kahler lec-
ABRAHAM GOLDFARB, 48 W. Settlers to Inscribe
tured at the universities of Munich Longtime Clothier
Grand, Highland Park, died June
and Heidelberg. In the U.S. he
26.
He leaves a brother, Gerald of Ben-Gurion in Golden Book
Paul Carpenter, manager of the
taught at the New School. Black
Saginaw.
MEVO HAMA—The members of
*
*
• •
Mountain College, Cornell, Ohio Richman Brothers Clothiers at
Kibutz Mevo Hama on the Golan
State and Princeton. He was also Eastland, and a 40-year employe of
DAVID GREENBERG, 19014 Heights have initiated a fund-rais-
Richman's,
died
Monday
at
age
58.
a member of the Institute for Ad-
Mr. Carpenter, past president of Ashton, died June 25. He leaves ing campaign among settlements
vanced Study in Princeton.
his wife, Fanny; two daughters, throughout Israel to inscribe David
Kahler came to Princeton at the Beth Aaron Men's Club, was Mrs. Robert (May) Reiner and Ben-Gurion in the JNF Golden
born in Newark. He resided at
the encouragement of his friend
18226 Huntley Sq. N., Beverly Mrs. Marvin (Betty) Spinner; Book upon his retirement from the
and fellow refugee of Hitlerism,
two brothers, five sisters and four Knesset.
Hills.
Thomas Mann. Mr. Kahler join-
His survivors are his wife, Eve- grandchildren.
ed a group of friends who in-
*
* *
lyn; a son, Seymour; two daugh-
cluded Albert Einstein.
CHARLES GROSS, 25108 E. Rue
His books included "Man the ters, Mrs. Frank (Sharron) Adell Versailles, Oak Park, died June
and
Mrs.
Charles
(Pamela)
Gott-
Measure: A New Approach to His-
29. He leaves his wife, Anna;
tory," "The Tower and the Abyss: lieb; a brother, Daniel; a sister, three daughters, Mrs. Seymour
On Inquiry Into the Transforma- Mrs. John (Sarah) Nemon; and (Evelyn) Feldman, Mrs. Julius
tion of the Individual," "The five grandchildren.
During the coming
(Betty) Weingarten and Mrs.
Meaning of History," "The Disin-
week Yeshiva Beth
Eben (Edith) Fridenberg; and
Yehudo will observe
tegration of Form in the Arts," David Schwartz, Owner
eight grandchildren..
the Yohrzeit of the
"The Orbit of Thomas Mann" and of Furniture Business
*

*
following departed
"The Jews Among the Nations."
David Schwartz, retired owner
friends, with the
REBECCA JACOBSON, 15483
of the former Spot Furniture on Steel, died June 26. She leaves
traditional Memorial
Prayers, recitation of
Jeanne Pfeffer, Age 45 Joseph Campau, Hamtramck, died her husband, Sol; and two grand-
Kaddish and study-
Sunday at age 75.
children.
Jeanne Pfeffer, a member of
ing of Mishnoyes.
* *
*
Mr. Schwartz, 25568 Shiawassee,
several women's organizations, Southfield, was a member of the
LESLIE
LOSONCI,
25941
Rad-
Hebrew Civil
died Sunday at age 45.
Furniture Club of Detroit and was
SIVAN JULY
'Mrs. Pfeffer, 25844 Salem, Hunt- in the furniture field 45 years. He clift, Oak Park, died June 30.
4
Katherine H. Schey 30
Survived
by
his
wife,
Magdolna;
a
ington Woods, was a member of was born in Lithuania, coming to
4
Barney W. Weiner 30
son,
George;
two
daughters,
Suz-
4
30
Sans
Gutman
Hadassah, Women's American Detroit 53 years ago.
1
Fannie
Karol
anne and Agnes; one brother and
ORT, Brandeis University Women
1
5
Samuel A. Starr
Surviving are his wife, Reva; one sister.
5
1
and the National Council of Jewish two sons, Walter and Richara;
Rose Schwartz
*
* *
1
Zavil Cohen
Women. A native Detroiter, she two sisters and eight grandchil-
1
John D. Smith
Steel,
PEARL,
18675
LOUIS
5
was a member of Temple Emanu- dren.
1
Etta Segerman
died June 30. Survived by a son,
1
Rose Bernstein
El.
6
2
Koffee Kliman
Sanford of Warehouse PL, Conn.;
Surviving are her husband, Her-
6
2
Seymour J. Cohn
a daughter, Mrs. Lawrence (Ro-
6
2
William DubrinsIcy
bert; a snn, Steven; a daughter, Euromart Nations Join
2
011ie Penfil
chelle)
Weiner;
one
brother
and
Wendy; her mother, Mrs. Bertha Israel in Trade Pact
6
2
Sam Korman
two grandchildren.
2
6
Harris
Such
Fishkin; and two sisters, Mrs.
LUXEMBOURG (JTA) — Israel
7
3
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*
Benjamin Krause
Miriam Nacall and Mrs. Al (Faye) and the European Common Market
7
3
Emma D. Dana
SARAH
HOUTZ
SHINDEL,
11501
7
3
Sarah Zucker
Fredson.
countries signed a preferential
7
3
David Rosenblum
Petoskey,
died
June
25.
Survived
8
trade treaty at ceremonies here
4
Helen Goldstein
by a daughter, Mrs. George
a
Dr. Joseph Gruber 4
Monday morning.
Abraham Dornstein 4
(Irene) Krefman; one brother,
a
4
David M. Blanke
Morris Yagow,
The si•matories were Israel For- three sisters and three grand-
5
4
David Kabaker
Husband of the Late
eign M. .ster Abba Eban, Pierre children.
9
5
Nahtan Levenberg
5
Harmel, president pro-tem of the
David Rosen
5
Julius
Kasoff
SYLVIA YAGOW
Council of Ministers of the ECC
9
5
Anna Goldin
9
5
and foreign minister of Belgium,
Moshe Baruch
MONUMENT CENTER, INC
Acknowledges with grate-
10
6
Pearl Shoskes
and Jean Rey, president of the
10
6
Sophie Cohen
661 E. 11 MILE, FERNDALE
ful appreciation the many
ECC Commission.
10
6
Sara Finkelstein
11/2 Blocks E. of Woodward
10
6
Sarah Schmier
kind expressions of sym-
The agreement, effective Oct.
6 Blks from 3 Jewish
10
6
Bronia Nothman
Cemeteries on Woodward
10
6
1, provides for mutual tariff re-
Louis Freedman
pathy extended by friends
10
6
Lester
N.
Freed
JO
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LI
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ductions by Israel and the six
during his recent bereave-
11
7
Philip Schlussel
11
7
Common Market countries. Un-
Lena Brenner
ment.
David Ben Shimul
der its terms, about 85 per cent
11
7
Hakohen
New Location
11
of all dutiable Israeli industrial
7
Mrs. Duberstein
11
7
Adolph Dinetz
products imported by the Euro-
Sidney A. Deitch
11
7
Sam Pukowitsky
pean community will benefit
11
7
Harry Peitz
DETROIT
11
7
Karl Hass
from a reduction of duties up to
Yeshivath Beth Yeh"dal ,
50 per cent.
MONUMENT WORKS
The Family of the Late
The tariff reductions will start
14441 W. 11 Mile Rd.
15751 W. 10 1/2 Mi. Southfield
Gardner, betw. Coolidge & Greenfield
Phone 353-6750
at 30 per cent when the pact is
KATE WINSTON
399-2711, Eve. EL 3.2722
activated and will rise by 5 per
Wish to thank their rela-
cent each Jan. 1 thereafter. Eighty
per cent of dutiable Israeli agri-
tives, friends and all or-
cultural exports will benefit from
ganizations for the many
a 40 per cent -tariff reduction. Is-
kind expressions of sym-
rael on its part will reduce its cus-
pathy during their recent
toms duties by 10-30 per cent on
Formerly Karl Berg Memorials and Manuel Mach 41 Son
about half of the agricultural
bereavement.
13405 CAPITAL at COOLIDGE OAK PARK TELEPHONE 544-2212
and industrial items it imports
from Common Market countries.

Eric Kahler, 84,
Cultural Historian

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