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July 17, 1970 - Image 39

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-07-17

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Monument
Unveilings

Unveiling announcements may be in
serted by mail or by calling The Jewish
News offiee,.17515 W. 9 Mile Rd.. Suite
865. Southfield, Mich. 48015. Written an-
nouncements must be accompanied by
the name and address of the person
making the insertion. There is a stand.
mg charge of 54.00 for an unveiling
notice, measuring an inch in depth.
and 51.50 for one two Inches deep with
a black border.

The family of the late Israel and
Gussie Sandler announces the un-
veiling of a monument in their
memory 12:30 p.m. Sunday, July
19 at Machpelah Cemetery. Rabbi
Halpern will officiate.

The Family of the Late

SARAH
KIRSCHENBAUM

Announces the unveiling
of a monument in her
memory 1 p.m. Sunday,
July 19 at Chesed shel
Emes Cemetery. Rabbi
Gorrelick will officiate.
Relatives and friends are
asked to attend.

The Family of the Late

EVELYN
SCHWARTZ

Announces the unveiling
of a monument in her me-
mory 10:30 a.m. Sunday,
July 19 at Clover Hill Me-
morial Park. Rabbi Leon
Fram will officiate.

In Loving Memory of Our
Dear, Departed Mother

JENNIE
NEWBERGER

Who passed away June
20, 1956. Sadly missed
and always remembered
by her daughters Mar-
jorie and Mrs. Abner
(Adeline) C. Rosenzweig.

In Loving Memory of
Beloved Husband, Father
and Grandfather

HYMEN
WEISENTHAL

Who passed away July
14, 1964. Sadly missed
and always remembered
by his wife, Blanche; his
daughters, Emilee, Mamie
and May and all his
grandchildren and great-
grandchildren.

The officers and direc-
tors of Yeshivath Beth
Yehuda extend their deep-
felt condolences to their
fellow board member and
devoted friend of the Yes-
hiva Mr. Meyer Weingar-
den upon the passing of
his beloved brother, Mr.
Lloyd Weingarden.

May the family be com-
forted among all mourn-
ers of Zion and Jerusa-
lem.

Rabbi Eugene Greenfield
Chairmen of the Board

Friday, July 17, 1970-39

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Benjamin Cohen, 94, Windsor Leader

Benjamin Cohen, elder and hon-
orary president of Windsor's
Sharey Zedek Synagogue, died
July 11 at age 94.
Mr. Cohen, 1116 Parent, Windsor,
was born in Russia and came to
Canada 67 years
ago. He moved to
Windsor in 1921
and founded the
Border City Dar-
ies, now known
as Twin Pines
Dairy of Windsor,
in which he work-
ed actively until
f iv e years ago.
He acquired the
nickname of
"Milhig Cohen."
The dairy is the
Cohen
sole provider of
Passover milk products to the
Windsor area.
Mr. Cohen also was a member
of Windsor's Shaar Hashomayim
Synagogue, active in the Jewish
Community Center of Windsor and
one of the founders of the Hakh-
nosas Orkhim fund for the needy
and destitute.
When the high holidays came
last year, Mr. Cohen was too ill
and could not finish attending
services for the first time. In-
stead, the rabbi and synagogue

members came to his house and
blew the shofar for him at home.
A Benjamin Cohen Memorial
Scholarship fund is being set up
in his name under the auspices of
Shaar Hashomayim Synagogue.
Mr. Cohen is survived by two
sons, Abe and Samuel; five daugh-
ters, Mrs. Bernard (Ann) Nathan,
Mrs. Sam (Edith) Goodman, Mrs.
George (Rose) Bassin all of De-
troit, and Mrs. Sadie Katzman,
and Molly; 16 grandchildren and

14

I OBITUARIES I

DORA MILLER, 11501 Petoskey,
BESSIE APPLEBAUM, 11501
Petoskey, died July 12. Survived died July 10. Survived by a son,

by two sons, Dr. Samuel and Max;
and seven grandchildren.

great-grandchildren.

Louis Wolfgang
Killed in Collision
Fatal to Five

• • •
IDA BERKOWITZ, 13631 Vas-
sar, died July 14. Survived by a
grandson, Avery Clarfelt; a grand-
daughter, Mrs. Sam (Shirley) Feig;

and four great-grandchildren.
*
BEN BLOCK, 21780 Concord
Ct., Southfield, died July 9. He
leaves his wife, Marie; a daughter,
Mrs. Frances Bowen; and three
grandchildren.

* r *

CHAVA LEAH COHEN of To-
ronto died July 10. Survived by
Louis Wolfgang, 63, president of her husband, Itzak; two sons,
Walker and Co. sign manufactur- David and Maurice; a daughter,
ers, 20414 James Couzens, was Mrs. Jacob (Estelle) Wilk. of De-
killed in an automobile accident troit; two brothers, two sisters,
which took five lives in Tuscola nine grandchildren and eight great

County near Bay City Saturday. grandchildren.
• • •
He was a passenger in the car
of Glenn M. Paul, 62, and his wife,
ISADORE DRECHSLER, 18692
Florence, 60, who also were killed Schaefer, died July 14. Survived
in the two-car collision. Sheriff's by his wife, Bella; and a daughter,
deputies said the Paul car was Mina.
hit head-on by another car that
• • •
crossed the center line. Two men
PHILLIP DUBIN, former De-
in the other car also were killed troiter of Los Angeles. died July
in the crash and fire.
11. Survived by his wife, Sophie; a
The Pauls and Mr. Wolfgang son, Dr. Leonard; a daughter, Mrs.
were returning from a one-day Norman (Reba) Instein; nieces
fishing trip in the Thumb area.
and nephews, including Mrs. Mor-
20656 Knob ris (Ida) Cohen of Detroit; and
Mr. Wolfgang,
Woods, Southfield, headed the four grandchildren. Interment Los
sign company for the past seven Angeles.
years. A native of New York,
* *
Sam Dubin. founder and co-part-
he lived in Detroit most of his
Cleaners,
19520
IDA FASSBERG, 20300 St.
ner of Dubin
life. He was a member of Tem-
Mary's, died July 14. Survived
Grand River, for 25 years, died
ple Israel and its men's club,
by her h us b a n d, Henry; two
July 9 at age 70.
Perfection Lodge of the Masons daughters, Mrs. Alvin (Sharon)
Mr. Dubin, 20436 Stansbury, was
and the Neon Sign Association.
Silverstein and Mrs. Mark (Judith)
born in Russia and was a 57-year-
Surviving the his wife, Jean; Shopnick; her father, Hyman
resident of Detroit.
two daughters, Mrs. Paul (Sue)
Well known in the dry cleaning Stark and Mrs. Fred (Marcia) Milstein; two brothers, one sister
industry, he was a member of the Sturm of San Francisco; a brother, and three grandchildren.
*

Dry Cleaners Institute. Mr. Dubin Dr. Sydney of Cincinnati; a sister.

Sam Dubin, 70;
Owner of Cleaners

also belonged to Cong. Beth Achim,
and Pisgah Lodge of Bnai Brith.

Margaret Selik, Age 81;
Was Native Detroiter

Margaret Selik, financial secre-
tary of the Bialystoker-Brisker Aid

Society for 35 years, died Wednes-
day at age 81. Mrs. Selik, 15231

Burton, Oak Park, was a native
Detroiter.
Survivors are three sons, Louis,
Sol of Torrance, Calif., and David;

four sisters, Mrs. Ida Goldsmith,
Mrs. Jenny Kramer, Mrs. Morris
(Esther) Penfil and Mrs. Abe
(Sylvia) Rosenberg; and eight

grandchildren.

Victims of Accident

r.

Glenn M. Paul and his wife
Florence, 20524 Oldham, South-
field, were killed in a two-car col-

lision last Saturday evening that
also took the life of Louis Wolf-
gang, near Bay City.
Mr. Paul, 62, was sales admin-
istrator for the Stroh Brewery Co.
He and his wife had
since 1964.
been living in Southfield for the
past six years. Born in Dubuque,
Ia., he leaves a brother, Melvin,
of Denver.
Mrs. Paul, 60, was past financial
secretary of Knob Circle Chapter
of Women's American ORT, a
member of the United Order of
True Sisters, Infants Service
Group, Northwest Child Rescue

Women and Bnai Brith and was a
volunteer worker at William Beau-
CARD OF THANKS
mont Hospital.
Born in Milwaukee, Mrs. Paul
The family of the late Sophie
Bertha Lang acknowledges with leaves her mother, Mrs. Bertha
Pearlman,
and two brothers, Irv-
grateful appreciation the many
kind expressions of sympathy ex- ing and Milton, all of Chicago.
Interment took place in Chicago.
tended by relatives and friends
during the family's recent bereave-
ment.

MONUMENT CENTER, INC.

The Family of the Late

DAVID
GREENBERG

Acknowledges with grate-
ful appreaciation the many
kind expressions of sym-
pathy extended by rela-
tives and friends during
the family's r ecent
bereavement.

661 E. 11 MILE, FERNDALE
Ph Blocks E. of Woodward
6 Elks from 3 Jewish
Cemeteries on Woodward

Walden, Southfield, died July 8.

He leaves his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Julius Goldstein; a sister,
Mrs. Sheila Rothlin; and his grand-
mother Mrs. Sadie Goldstein.

JENNIE GOODMAN, 19490 Prai-
rie, died July 13 Survived by her
husband, David; three sons, Monty
of Columbus, Abraham and Fred;
and six grandchildren.
*
ANNA HOLTZ, 23041 Beverly,
Oak Park, died July 10. She leaves
a son, Louis Blitz; three daugh-

ters, Mrs. Harry (Lillian) Markle,
Mrs. Julius (Katherine) Kahn and
Mrs. Marcus (Frances) Sonne; 11

grandchildren and five great-
grandchildren.

MOLLIE HORWITZ, 11501 Pe-
toskey, died July 10. Survived by
two sons, Martin Harwood and
Bernard; and five grandchildren.

New Location
Sidney A. Deitch
DETROIT

MONUMENT WORKS

14441 W. 11 M,lc Rd.

JO 4.5557

LI 24266

* *

RICHARD GOLDSTEIN, 24700

Gardner. betty: Coolidge 6 Greenfgeld

371 77i1. E., *

476-0330

• •



13 great-grandchildren. Interment

Detroit.

Formerly

Karl Berg

daughter, Mrs. Timothy (Berna-
dette) Coleman; one sister and two

grandchildren.

SAMUEL SIEGEL, 16196 Cum-
berland, Southfield, died July 15.
He leaves a sister, Mrs. Minnie
Bogart of Toledo; a nephew, Dr.
Daniel Siegel; and five nieces, Mrs.
Ira (Rose) Kaufman, Mrs. Ann
Grace. Mrs. Norma Altshuler,
Mrs. Joseph (Shirley) Dubin and
Mrs. Max (Beverly) Davis.
*
*

MARY SIMON, 25224 Rue Ver-
sailles W., Oak Park, died July 10.
Survived by two sons, Louis and
Dr. Herbert Simmons; two daugh-
ters. Mrs. Harry (Shirley) (Matlin
and Mrs. Larry (Faye) Bader, and
six grandchildren.

FAY SUCHER, 16300 W. Nine
Mile, Southfield, died July 15. She
leaves a son, Harold; a daughter,
Mrs. Ernest J. (Edith) Schwartz;
one brother and five grandchil-

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

Hebrew Civil
TAMMUZ JULY
19
15
19
Anna Sameroff 15
19
15
Leon Kersh
19
Lena Waldman 15
20
16
Eva Levine
20
Rebecca Plotnick 16
20
16
Isaac Kashtan
20
16
Joseph Freed
20
16
Bessie Weber
20
16
Anna C. Dear
21
Regina Fredrick 17
21
17
Sam Boesky
Samuel C.
21
17
Greenhaum
21
Joseph B. Bairn 17
22
Dora Greenblatt 18
22
Jacob Kabaker 18
22
18
Louis Kozel
22
Moshe Avrochom 18
22
Ethel Waldman 18
22
18
Sam Stein
23
Chaya Bas Moshe 14
23
Sarah L. Martin 19
19
23
Meyer Burns
19
23
Annie Samet
23
Nyman Kowal 19
24
Benlamin Cohen 20
24
Rubin Nelson
20
24
20
Max Karol
24
Siegfried Hess
20
25
Lena Firestone 21
Benlamin Kress 21
25

Samuel Gluck

Samuel Glickman 21
Anna Levine
21
Bernard B. W.

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25
15

25
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Memorials and Manuel Urbach & Son
544.2212

11325 W. 9 MILE RD., IN SOUTHFIELD

*

NATHAN ROBINSON, 19156
Roselawn, died July 11. He leaves
his wife, Ada; a son, Raymond; a

Pheobe Budnick 21

74ce4t uc Noweocear4

Ira Kaufman Chapel, Inc.

DIRECTORS OF FUNERALS

SOPHIA RAGIR, former De-
troiter of Highland Park, Ill., died
July 14. She leaves a son. Meyer
J.; four daughters, Mrs. Maurice
(Frieda) Cossman, Mrs. Julius
(Florence) Helfenbein of Grand
Rapids, Mrs. William (Rebecca)
Shapiro of Detroit and Mrs. David
(Sylvia) Levenson of Grand Blanc;
one sister, 14 grandchildren and

JOE FREEDMAN, 14240 Nadine.
Mrs. Max (Doris) Cohen;n
I Oak Park , died July 11. Survived
a-c-
by his wife, Esther; a son, Charles;
two daughters, Sheree and Debra;
his mother, Mrs. Rifka Freedman; dren.
Glenn, Florence Paul
one brother
ro er an
an d t wo s i s t ers.

He leaves his wife, Anna; two three grandchildren.
sons, Irvin and Dr. Morrie; a

daughter, Mrs. Stanley (Celia)
Busch; two brothers, Dr. Joseph
and Harvey; a sister, Mrs. Goldie
Kane; nine grandchildren and two
great-grandchildren.

Herbert; a daughter, Mrs. William
(Selma) Brookstein; three grand-
children and two great grandchil-
dren.
* *

15751 W. 101/2 Mi. Southfield

ELgin 1-5200

Phone 353-6750

Ira Kaufman-Herbert Kaufman

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