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October 23, 1970 - Image 54

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-10-23

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TIM INTROIT *WIN NEWS

Friday, Odeloar 23, 111711—SS

OBITUARIES

Mrs. Zvi Tomkiewicz, Pharmacist,
Aided Husband in Mizrachi Work

Jeanette B. Tomkiewicz, the wife
of Zvi Tomkiewicz, executive di-
rector of Mizrachi-Hapoel Hamiz-
rachi and Bar-Han University in
Detroit, died Oct. 16. Funeral serv-
ices were held at Hebrew Mem-
orial Chapel Sunday.
• - A graduate pharmacist, Mrs.
Tomklewicz was on the staff of
Children's Hospital for 10 -years
before her marriage to Tomkiewicz.
kiewicz.
For a number of years before
her illness, she was her husband's
assistant, served as a volun-
teer in the movements he directed
and was especially helpful in pub-
-lic relations and in mobilizing the
volunteers in support of Israel.
Besides her husband she is sur-
vived by two brothers, Drs. Moe
and Samuel Baumer, and two sis-
ters, Mrs. Donald -(Gertrude)
Landy of Bethesda, Md., and Mrs.
Benjamin (Sophie) Bloom of
Chicago.
Because of the holidays, shiva
will be observed next week, com-
mencing with services starting

The Family of the Late

SOPHIE SHEAR

-

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.

The Family of the Late

-

EDITH GOODMAN

Acknowledges with grate-
1111"appreciation the many
kind. expressions of sym-
patter- extended by rein. _
tivesind friends durinii:
the -fitmily's recent be-
reivement. _

The Family of the Late

REBECCA WISE

Acknowledges with grate-
- tel appreciation the many
kind expressions of sym-
pathy extended by rela-
tives and friends during
the family's recent be-
reavemenL

The Family -of the Late

MINETTE MILLER .

Acknowledges with - grate--
_fad appreciation the' mak-
_Mad expressions of slat
inithy extended by res.
,!ties and Mends during
the -. family's recent be.
retirement.

The Family of the Late

;MAX

SCHNEIDER..

,Acknowledegs with' grate- -
lid appreciation the many
`kind expressions of sym
.
:pinky extended by 'rein-,
lives and friends during
the fandly's revolt tie
siaveneast.

-

$

15,*

••••••••-

.

IDA ALLEN, 19378 Robson,
Sunday - morning, continuing eve-
nings and mornings through Thurs- died Oct. 20. Survived by two
nephews,
Leo Goldman of Windsor
day morning at the borne of Dr.
and Julius.
Moe Balmer, 18327 Wildemere.
• • •
OSCAR BANKS, 19365 Ever-
green, died Oct. 19. Survived by
a son, Martin, of-Jacksonville; two
daughters, Mrs. Jack (Ann) Freed-
Dr. E. Leo Bennish, a physician man and Mrs. Howard (Dorothy)
with offices at 14438 W. Mc- Alderman; one sister, nine grand-
Nichols and a member of the children and two great-grandchil-
Wayne State University medical dren.
• •

faculty, died Oct. 17 It age 47.
JOSEPH BLITZ, 10445 Elgin,
Dr. Bennish, 16600 Greenfield,
Huntington
Woods,
died Oct. 20.
was on the staff of - Sinai, Provi-
dence and North Detroit General Siirvived by his wife, Annie; two
sons,
Alfred.
of-
Chicago
and Her-
Hospitals. A graduate of the Uni-
versity of Michigan and its' med- schell; and four grandchildren.
• • •
ical school, Dr. Bennish trained
LESLIE. D. DAVIDSON, 10300
at the Lahey Clinic in Boston. He
was a diplomate of the American- Troy, Oak Park, died Oct. 21. He
Board of Orthopedic Surgeons and leaves his wife, Yetta; a son,
a member of the American Col- Robert; a daughter, Nancy; his
lege of Surgeons. He was a native mother, Mrs. Frieda Davidson of
Tucson; and one brother.
Detroiter.
• * •
Surviving ore two ions, Edward
and Steven; a _daughter, Frances;
EVA GRUMET, former De-
and his mother, Mrs. Lillian Ben- troiter of Miami, died Oct. 16. Sur-
nish, and a sister, Mrs. Max (Thel- vived by her husband, Joe; a son,
ma) First, both of Beverly Hills, Irving of Detroit; a daughter, Mrs.
Calif. .
Ben (Mimi) Smith; a brother, Carl
Greenberg, and two sisters, Mrs.
Ann
Stoneman and Mrs. Lillian
NY Auto Traffic Barred Barnett,
all of Detroit; and six
in Orthodox Sections • grandchildren. Interment Miami.
NEW-YORK (JTA)—In a move
unprecedented in this city and per-
ROSE JEREMIAS, 19213 Lesure,
haps in the country as well, the lied Oct. 17. Survived by her hus-
municipal administration has band, Jacob; a son, Joseph; four
agreed to deflect vehicuLar traffic daughters, Mrs. Ethel Weinber-
from two neighborhoods in defe- ger, Mrs. Emery (Bella) Klepner,
rence to the wishes of religious Mrs. Helen Rose and Mrs. Robert
observants.
(Lillian) Weinberg; one sister,
Mayor Jchn Lindsay announced thirteen grandchildren and 10
that" automobiles and . trucks great-grandchildren.
would be barred from the - hearts
• • •
...Of the-Borough _Park_ sun - Wil-
JEAN M. - LAZAR, 1454 Pine
liamsburg sections of Brooklyn— Valley, Ann Arbor, died Oct. 17.
both largely pcpulated by Ortho- She leaves her husband, Richard;
dox Jews—on Saturdays from 9 three daughters, Mrs. Gregory
a.m. 'to 8 p.m. as of last Satur-
day. The ban would be effective
"for an indefinite period," the
mayor ,said, but, it was under-
stood the project would probably.
run experimentally for six to
weight-weeks, and be reinstituted
CHICAGO (JTA) — James H.
-next spring if successful.'
Becker, an investment banker and
• The ban was the culmination of vice chairman 'of the Joint Dis-
a series of conferences between tribution Committee since 1944,
City Hall officials and Jewish -lead- died here at the age of 76.
-ers of the two communities.
Mr. Becker joined the interna-
---- Rabbi Bernard Weinberger, _ a tional relief agency in 1920 as its
leader in the drive for the car ban, acting European director and went
told - the JTA that the closing of overseas to organize relief for im-
streets in the Williamsburg and poverished Jews in. Poland after
Boro Park sections "delighted the World War I. He served two
residents." He said the strollers terms as chairman of the JDC's
who- braved the fierce winds and National Council. Mr. Becker was
biting cold Saturday, -enjoyed the born in Chicago and was educated
opportunity to walk- the streets at Cornell University.
free from the noise and fumes of
trucks, cars and buses which
usually jar the Sabbath quiet.
Weinberger said the succes of the
_Borough Park-Wnliamsburg experi-
ment would give impetus to similar
Alfred H. Goldman, co-founder
projects in- Crown Heights, Brook- and co-owner of Reliable Accurate
lyn and Washington Height& Man- Mailing. Co.;- 2001 W. Alexandrine,
hattan—both largely Jewish sec- the firm--which mails The Jewish
tions—and in several Jewish sec- News, died Oct. 17 - at age 56."
lions of Queens.
Mr. Goldman, 20680 Knob
Woods, Southfield, was a member
of Temple Israel, the Masons and
Hebrew is Learned
Zager Stone . Lodge of Bnai Brith,
by Arabs, Clergymen
of which he was a past president.
JERUSALEM. ..— sum the r Born in Providence, R.I., he lived
course - in the Hebrew language in the Detroit area 50 years.
Survivors are his wife, Frances;
was taken by a wide range of stu-
a son, Barry; a brother; Max; a
dents: -
The 350 pupils included over- sister, Mrs. David (Shay) Dia--
seas teachers, rabbis,. and college mond; and one grandchild.
students. A group of boys came
from Baltimore sponsored - by the -Penriekton Nursery Founder
Jewish Agency's ,Youth ' and He-
Many in the Jewish community
halutz Department.
who were associated with Mr. and
Also participating were Chris- Mrs. Alfred P. Ricker Sr., ce-
tian Clergymen and Jewish immi- founders at
Penriekton Nursery
grants.Ancluding a' few from com- for the V 12111131
-
MandinaPPed, this
munist countries. - -
week are Mourning the death of
Druze Knesset member Sheik Mr. Ricker Saturday. He resided
Jaber Mu'adi was in the graduating in Taylor.
class as well- as Arab school prin-
cipals' and officials.
On weekends pupils visited Arah -
and _Drum homes in Galilee.

Dr. E. Leo Bennish,
Local Physician

James H. Becker,
J DC Leader

Alfred Goldman,
Mailer Co. Owner

DORA ,SCHWARTZ, 26715
Greenfield, Southfield, died Oct.
15. Survived by three daughters,
Pearl Schwartz, Mrs. Harold (Ger-
trude) _ Chaifetz and . Mrs. Sidney
(Lillian) Loren; one sister and
four grandchildren.
• • •
SIDNEY SEDER, former Detroit-
er of .Skokie, died Oct. 15. He
leaves his wife, Rose; a brother,
Anson; and two aunts. Interment
Detroit.


DAVID SEYBURN of -Los Ange-
les, - died Oct. 15. 'Survived - by his
wife, June; two sons, Dr. Joel and
Stanley; - a daughter, Jody; two
grandchildren; four brothers, in-
cluding Sidney of Detroit; and one
sister, Mrs. ()Scar (Ethel) Kahan.
former Detroiter of Los Angeles.
Interment Los Angeles.
_•-
•- •, •
SARAH TAUB, 1455 Victoria;
Windsor, died Oct. 17.. Survived
by her husband, Samuel; ,a son,
Harold;. two daughters, Mrs. John
(Lillian) Hart .and Mrs , Charles
(Rose) Tabachnick of -.Toronto;
two brothers and 14 grand
_ chil-
dren. Interment Windsor.
- • • •
-
DAVID TRAGER, 13331 Rose-
mary, Oak Park, died Oct: 15.
Survived•by his wife, Naomi; three
sons, Irwin; Aaron and Harvey;
,and. a daughter, Rochelle.

• •
. ROSE WETSMAN, 23105 Provi-
dence, Southfield, died Oct. 18,
she leaves two nephews, Dr. Ber-
nard Goldman and Jack Abel; - and
two nieces, Mrs. La-wrence (Clara)
Phelps-and Mrs. Louis (Tillie) Da-



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to - I great extent of knowing.
exactly _where to stop and going a
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LESTER WEISS, 18677 Hubbell,
died Oct. 16. He leaves his wife,
Leah.

FANNIE WILLIAMS, 18520 W.
Seven Mile, died Oct. 17. She
leaves a son, James D.; four
grandchildren and three great-
grandebitriren.
• • •
MURRAY WINKLER, 20880
Bradford CL, Southfield, died Oct.
21. He leaves a son, Dr. Jerome;
a daughter, Mrs. Paul (Shirley)
Sabo; and eight' grandchildren.

A telephone call to us
gives you the assurance
that a man you know ' is
helping you.

We can make the desired
arrangements regardless
of where a death occurs.

IRA KAUFMAN CHAPEL

18325 W. Nine Mile Rs.

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Southfield
ELOin 7-5200 .
- ha and Herbert Kaufman

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the Yehezeit of the
following thwarted
friends, with the

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two sisters and four grandchil-
dren.

• •
BESSIE MARGOLIS, 18708 Stoe-
pel, died Oct. 18. She leaves three
sons, Hyman, Sam and Nathan;
one sister, four grandchildren and
seven great-grandchildren.

• •
MICHAEL D. MELTZER, 22325
W. Eight Mile, died- Oct. 20. He
leaves his wife, Joyce; his father,
Russell Meltzer; and his grand-
mother, Mrs. Esther Greenberg.
• • •
PAUL MONCHNIK, 25866 Salem.
Huntington Woods, died Oct. 21.
He leaves his wife, Jennie; his
mother, Mrs. Gussie Monchnik;
and two sisters,.
• • •
MORRIS SAHAM, 19100 W.
Seven Mile, died Oct. 21. Survived
by three sons, Theodore, Abe and
Hy; and five grandchildren.

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