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April 16, 1971 - Image 47

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-04-16

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Evelyn Weinstein, Wife of General.

Evelyn J. Weinstein, an active
Detroit 'clubwoman, died Tuesday
at age 51. She was the wife of at-
torney William Weinstein, Marine
Reserve major general, and lived
at 1300 Lafayette E.
A native Detroiter, she was a
member of Cong. Bnai David,

Women's American ORT, Sinai
Hospital Women's Guild and De-
troit Women's Council of the
Navy League of the United States.
Survivors beside her husband
are a son, Michael; a daughter,
Mrs. Lawrence (Patricia) Shook;
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert
Ross; and a sister, Mrs. Allan
(Virginia) Laffer.

Monument
Unveilings

Dr. Jack Jackman, 62,
Optometrist, Clubman

Dr. Jack J a c k m a n, Detroit
optometrist, died Monday at age 62.
Dr. Jackman, 21860 Coolidge,
Oak Park, had been employed for
three years by Cole and Erwin
jewelers after leaving private prac-
tice. Born in New York, he lived
in Detroit 55 years. He was a
graduate of the Illinois College of
Optometry.
The family of the late Lillian
He was past president of the
Feld announce the unveiling of a Motor City Lions Club and past
monument in her memory 10:30 master of Perfection Lodge of the
a.m. Sunday, April 18, at Adas Masons. He was a member of the
Shalom Memorial Park. Rabbi Se- Scottish Rite bodies and Moslem
gal will officiate. Relatives and Shrine.
friends are asked to attend.
He leaves a son, Murray; two
brothers, Dr. Phillip and Dr. Mur-
The family of the late Joseph ray, both of California; five sis-
Chase announces the unveiling of ters, Mrs. Louis (Ethel) Shear,
a monument in his memory noon Mrs. Lillian Weiss of Florida, Mrs.
Sunday, April 25 at Adas Shalom 1 George (Ann) Hueber, Mrs. Helen
Cemetery. Rabbi Donin and 'Can- Kramer and Mrs. Dave (Goldie)
and five grandchildren.
for Adler will officiate. Relatives Beal;
and friends are asked to attend.

Unveiling announcements may be in-
serted by mail or by calling The Jewish
sews office. 17515 W. 9 Mile Rd., Suite
865, Southfield, Mich. 48075. Written an-
nouncements must be accompanied by
the name and address of the person
making the insertion. There is a stand.
ing charge of $4.50 for an unveiling
notice, measuring an inch in depth.
and 58.00 for one two inches deep with
a black border.

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Philip Lipson; Ran
Food Store Chain

The family of the late Julius
Pitt announces the unveiling of a
monument in his memory 11 aln.
Sunday, April 25, at Workmen's
Circle Cemetery. Relatives and
friends are asked to attend.

Philip Lipson, former owner of
a Detroit food store chain, died
Saturday. He was 77.
Mr. Lipson of Miami Beach,
came to Detroit from Poland at
age 19. He was the founder and
owner-operator of Lipson Super
Markets, which merged with Food
Fair Markets at his retirement in
1960.
Survivors are his wife, Rose; a
son, Dr. Charming T.; a daughter,
Mrs. Sol Kaplan; and six grand- .
children. _ -

The Family Of The Late

ILENE STEINER

announces the unveling of
a monument in her mem-
ory 1 p.m. Sunday, April
18, at Machpelah Ceme-
tery. Rabbi Rosenbaum
will officiate. Relatives
4pd friends are asked -to -
'attend.- - .

:Morris_ Fein,' Holly TH E OETROI T44 EWt S, VIEWS4 n- a
Merchant; Called
'No. 1 Citizen'

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The Family of the Late.

LENA - ZARON-

announces the3 -unveiling
of a Monument in her
__-.0iemory 1:30 pan. Sun-
day, April 25 at Hebrew
z Memorial ,..Park. Rabbi
•Donin and Cantor Bei-
`rria!tliS will.officiate. Rela
liveS'7,and- ,. -tri ehd s are
asked to ;:attend:

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Harold N.. Harris; lifelong M-
roll resident,- and practicing at-
torney for 35 years, died 'Sunday.
He , Was 68.
Mr. Harris, 15176 Miller; Oak
Park, had law offices at 515 Palms
Bldg. He was a graduate of the
Detroit College of :Law and a mem-
ber -of, both the Micbigan. State
and Wayne County . bar associa-
tions. •
He, leaves two daughters; Mrs.
Harvey "(Diane), Silverman and
Mrs. 'Edward. (Nancy) Broderick;
two sisters, Mrs. David (Estelle)
Schiller and Mrs. Joseph .(Ruth) .,
Barris , of. Los' Angeles; and four
irandc.hildren.
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The Wife and Fgmily Of The Late: .

JERRY GOLDMAN (of indsor)

Wish to express their sincere thanks finfl'appireeraTion to
relative's, friends and neighbors for their sympathy cards,
floral tributes and many acts of kindness, donations to the
American and Canadian National Heart Fund, Jewish National
Fund and many other organizations in the loss of a loving
husband and father. Very special thanks to his brother Sey-
mour Goldman and family, his sister Mrs. Mark (Sylvia)
Shafer and her family, Dr. E. H. Drake, Dr. D. Anbe, Dr. E.
Arciniegas and their wonderful staff at Henry Ford Hospital,
Rabbi L. Fram, Perfection Lodge #486, Moslem Temple, The
Ira Kaufman Chapel, pallbearers, also everyone who helped
in any way in our recent bereavement.

Mrs. Jerry (Kay) Goldman

OBITUARIES

Morris Fein, founder of two dry
goods stores in Holly 52 years ago,
died Friday at age 84.

MILDRED ALTERMAN, 22521 Wolpe and Joanne; two brothers,
Trojan, died April 9. She leaves three sisters and one grandchild.
Born in Poland, Mr. Fein, 204 her husband, Ben; two daughters,
Park, Holly, formerly owned the Susan and Anita, and, her mother,
MILTON M. MILLER, 22385
Daylight Department Store and Mrs. Golda Diamond.
Woodwill. Southfield, died April
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Helen Shop, Holly. He was desig-
10. He leaves his wife, Rose: a
nated Holly's "No. 1 Citizen" some
HERMAN . BERNSTEIN, 11501 son, Donald of Albuquerque; two
time ago by the town fathers and Petoskey, died April 10.- Survived daughters, Mrs. Melvin (Beverly)
Holly's "Godfather" by the town's by his wife, Dora; and a sister, Beitner and Mrs. Walter (Lynda)
)
Junior Chamber of Commerce.
Mrs. Louis (Rose) Schemansky.
Czeizler: three brothers, one sis-
ter and eight grandchildren.
Mr. Fein was park commis-
SAMUEL BROUDY, 25115 Biar-
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sioner of Bush Lake in Holly, and
ritz
Cir.,
Oak
Park,
died
April
14.
donated the Holly Township Beach.
WILLIAM PECHERER, 17335
He was a charter member of the He leaves his wife. Mildred; a Meyers, died April 15. Survived by
Holly Kiwanis Club and member son, Jack; one brother, two sisters his wife, Ida: two sons, Benjamin
of Cong. Shaarey Zedek and the and one grandchild.
of Montclair, N.J., and Samuel; a
daughter, Mrs. Gerson (Norma )
Oddfellows Club. Mr. Fein had a
GOLDIE
ELBLING
of
Los
An-
Geltner; 'one sister and five grand-
lifetime honorary membership in
gles
died
April
5.
She
leaves
a
children.
Father Flannagan's Boys Town.
brother, Alex, and a sister, Mrs.
He leaves his wife, Minnie; four Charles (Esther). Eilander, both
KARL RICE, 11501 Petoskey, died
daughters, Mrs. Michael (Arleen) of Detroit. Interment Detroit.
April
15. He leaves two sons, Henry
Karbal, Mrs. Sol (Theresa) Klop-
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and Jesse; a daughter, Mrs. Paul-
man, Mrs. Murray (Helen). Pack-
EDWARD FRANKEL, 15225 ine Bailies; nine grandchildren and
er and Mrs. Louis (Fay) Fagel- Northgate, Oak Park, died April 5.
man of Florida -; nine grandchil- Survived by a brother in South 12 great-grandchildren.
dren and one great-grandchild.
America.
SADYE ROBINSON, 5440 Cass,
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died April 14. She leaves two broth-
ANNA GELMAN, former De- ers, Abe and Sol, both of Des
Franklin Abramson, 22,
troiter of Miami Beach, died April Moines; three sisters, Mrs. Myron
Murdered in Robbery
10. Survived by her husband, Mor- (Goldye) Keys, Mrs. Frank (Rose)
Franklin Abramson, a 22-year- ris; a daughter, Mrs. Nicholas Davis of Palm Springs, Calif., and
old native Detroiter, was slain (Bessie) Laica; one brother and Belle of Des Moines.
early Sunday when four armed three grandchildren.
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robbers invaded an inner-city
ALEX H. WINER, 18492 James-
ZOLTON (Saul) GLANTZ,
co-op where he was visiting.
town, Northville, died April 12.
20244
Westmoreland,
clied
April
8.
Abramson, who had once lived
Survived by his wife, Freda; a
in the building but now was liv- He leaves his wife, Sylvia; three daughter, Mrs. Bernard (Roslynn)
daughters,
Sheila,
Linda
and
An-
ing on a farm in Mesick,
Cohen; three brothers, one sister
one sister.
was one of 19 young people who ita; one brother ‘1, and
and four grandchildren.

were victimized by the. banditS,-;
SAMUEL
GLASS,
24480
Rose-
seeking money and drugs . . . TWo,s Wood;.
: Oak Park, died April 9. Sur-
_
others were injured.
vived by his wife, Lillian; a daugh-
Young Abramson was .murdered ter ; : Mrs. Irving (Roberta) Kay:
when he tried to Calny.hrs: clog and one sister and two grandchildren.
• • •
apparently Startled' aSsailant:
R1JTH R. KATZ, 20501 Stout, died
At one -time, the commune's fiit
During the coming
m a n ;'• left in . J ry beep rite April v10. She leaves her husband,
II)
week Yeshiva Beth
Joseph;
a
.
son,
Aaron;
a
daugh-
caretaker-of a. farm south Of•Traii•
Yehuda will observe
:(ill
'erSe -City. He was a ,former line ter; Edelene; one brother and two
the Yahrzeit of the
following
departed
rna-n-.. for Michigan Bell TelephOne grandchildren.

i WE REMEMEER
-1:7 ■ 2 Mt': '
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`Co.

Harold:A. Harris,-68, •

Lawyer for 35 Years

Friday, April l,16,49?. ,T4


Surviving are a sister, Helene;
and three uncles.

BenjaMin- ,cohen, 99,
Goodfellow Founder

Benjamin W.• Cohen, one of the
founders of the Old Newsboys
GoodfelloWs Club, died last week.
He was .99.
Mr.' Cohen, a resident of the
Arnold Home, was a lifelong resi-
dent of Detroit. He worked 50
years as a salesman for the J. T.
Wing Co., a . factory equipment
manufacturing firm.
,Before the turn of the century,
Mr. Cohen played on a baseball
team sponsored by the old Detroit
Journal newspaper. He was a
member of the Oldtime Baseball
Players Association.
Survivors are two daughters,
Mrs. Ethelmae C. Hebert and
Eldana Whitman; and six grand-
children.

Barney Lachman, 76,
Had Jewelry Store

Barney Lachman, founder in
19.16 of his own jewelry store on
Michigan Ave., died Friday at age
76. He had been retired four
years.
Mr. Lachman, 16250 Mayfair,
Southfield, was a . charter mem-
ber of Temple Israel. He belonged
to the Ocldfellows and the Old-
tiMers Baseball Association.
He leaves his wife, Doris; a son,
Dr. Sheldon; two daughters, Mrs.
Jack (Joyce) Morof and Mrs.
Nathan (Shirley) ) Fink; two bro-
thers, Meyer and Ben; , and six
grandchildren.



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SALFORD R. KLEIN, 20529
C rlton Sq., Southfield, died
April 10.; He leaves a daughter,
Mrs. William (Kathryri) Lansky;
one sister and two grandchildren.

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friends,
with the
traditional Memorial
Prayers,
recitation
of Kaddish and stu-
e14---- dying of Mishnayes.

*

MAX MARSHAK, 20511 Ann-
chester, died April 10. Survived
by his wife, Bernyce; two daugh-
ters, Mrs. Frederick (Linda)

Ott ffirittortain

In memory of son and brother
Max S. Greenspon,. who passed
away April 19, 1960 (22 days in
Nisan.) In our heaarts his memory
is kept, for the one we love we
never will forget. Sadly missed
and always remembered by his
mother and father, Rose and Nick
Yova, and sister, Marcia.

Sidney A. Deitch

DETROIT
MONUMENT WORKS

14441 W. 11 Mile Rd.

Gardner, betw. Coolidge 8. Greenfield
399-2711, Eve. 626-0330

MONUMENT CENTER, INC.

661 E. 8 MILE, FERNDALE
Ws Blocks E. of Woodward
6 Blks from 3 Jewish
Cemeteries on Woodward

Nissan April
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Max Lipson
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Abraham Selector
Beila R. Bas Avrahom 23
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Shifra Stollman
23
Solomon Goldberg
24
Martin Baggleman
24
Rose Wool
24
Joseph Kohn
Samuel Lowenbraun 24
Yisroel Ben Reuven 24
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Isadore Podolsky
24
Miriam Dubin
24
Yaakov Einhorn
Chaim H. Einhorn
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Clara Felix
25
Esther Flayer
25
Isaac Zingeser
25
Sophie Goldberg
26
Ida Seel
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Louis R. Burns
Louis Rosenthal
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David Wiener
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Adolph Levinson
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Sadie Spiegelman
Phillip Silbert
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Samuel H. Singer
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Rose Komisar
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Chaya S. Blotnick
Abraham Rubin
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Gertrude Schechter 28
Dora Lipman
28
Harry Cohen
28
Irene Wohi
28
Jacob Buehler
28
Eliyahu Greenbaum 28
Morris Freedman
29
George Sofferin
29
Hyman Feldman • 29
Abraham Lang
29
Joseph Schmitz
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Kurt Ehrlich
29

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