THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, July 2, 1971 - 39
Bernard G. Richards Dies at Age 94
on the 25th anniversary of the
FANNIE RUBIN, 12121 Otsego,
SOLOMON HERSTEIN, 9155
Jewish Information Bureau, which
LOIS BERMAN, 23211 Kenosha,
died June 30. Survived by her hus-
he had created and headed al- Oak Park, died June 27. She Woodward, died June 30.
band, Morris; two sons, David
most until his death. He had leaves her parents, Mr. and Mrs. leaves a sister, Anna of Los Rieven and Martin; five brothers,
worked as an editor and corres- Erwin Berman; a sister, Marcia;
one sister and three grandchildren.
pondent for a wide variety of and her grandmother, Mrs. Joseph at Clover Hill Memorial Park
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general and Jewish periodicals
and was widely known for his fic-
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Petoskey, died June 29. Survived Nine Mile, Southfield, died June
tional character, Keidansky, em-
BERNARD COHEN, former De-
bodied in his first book, "Dis- troiter of Canoga Park, Calif., died by a daughter-in-law, Mrs. Rose 30. She leaves a daughter, Mrs.
courses of Keidansky," a wryly June 23. Survived by his wife, Stone of Royal Oak; two sisters, George (Rosanne) Agree; one
philosophical Jewish amateur phil- Ethel; two sons, Marshall and Mrs. Minnie Raskin and Mrs. Max brother, two grandchildren and
(Fannie) Zalkowitz; and two one great-grandchild. Services 10
Neal; his mother, Mrs. Sarah
Born in Keidan, Lithuania, Mr. Cohen of New York; and a brother, grandchildren and four great- a.m. today at Kaufman Chapel.
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Richards followed his father to Samuel Callton of Detroit. Inter- grandchildren. * *
BERTHA WALTERS, 25 Beyne,
Idaho Springs, Colo., where he ment Los Angeles.
RUBIN PUKOFF, 19349 Schaefer, Mount Clemens, died June 29. Sur-
Marshall Fisher, Owner worked in his father's drygoods
died June 30. Survived by his wife, vived by five daughters, Mrs. Stan-
store. He was then 13. He later
IDA DAVIDOFF, 115317 North-
of Management Firm
went to Boston and eventually gate, Oak Park, died June 26. She Bessie; a son, Harold; one sister ley (Annette) Stroh of Utica,
and three grandchildern. Services
Marshall G. Fisher, president settled in New York City.
leaves three daughter s, Mrs. 10:30 a.m. today at Chesed shel Mich., Mrs. Wilson (Nora) Dou-
.nd owner of Lipshaw Manage-
See Commentary, Page 2
ble, Mrs. Edgar (Alberta) Mayner
Morey (Shirley) Strasberger, Mrs.
ment Co., real estate management
of Sarasota, Mrs. David (Sennie)
firm at 8844 Puritan, died Tues-
Rucha of East Detroit and Mrs.
Reva Schwartz, 69
Ronald (Fay) Spera of Dumont,
day at age 41.
Reva S. Schwartz, past president two sisters and nine grandchildren. Sam
Mr. Fisher, 3165 Gilbert Ridge,
N.J.; one brother, one sister, 23
Birmingham, was a native De-
grandchildren and 11 great-grand-
troiter. He was a member of Per- Sholem Aleichem Institute, died 20560 Braile, died June 28. Sur-
Jewish Home for Aged children.
fection Lodge of the Masons, Wednesday at age 69.
vived by a daughter, Mrs. Nathan
Temple Israel and its men's club,
Samuel J. Greenberg, owner of
(Miriam) Harris; and five grand-
ALBERT WEINSAFT, 23600
the Detroit Real Estate Board,
the Greenberg Insurance Agency, Coolidge, Oak Park, died June 24.
Detroit Metropolian Builders' As- on the Detroit Board of Education children.
16991 James Couzens for more He leaves his wife, Lucille; and
sociation and Nersica. He was a
LOUIS FINK, of Alma, Mich., than 50 years until his retirement two brothers.
life master bridge player.
died June 27. Survived by a daugh- in 1968, died Sunday at age '71.
Surviving are his wife, Irene; the board. She was a 1925 grad- ter-in-law, Anna Fink of Saginaw;
Mr. Greenberg, 28775 Bell,
three daughters, Vicki, Karyn and
two grandchildren, five great- Southfield, was an officer and life
Stacey; his mother, Mrs. Shirley
grandchildren and nieces and member of the Jewish Home for
troit for the past 48 years.
Fisher; and a brother, Gordon.
She leaves her parents, Mr. and nephews.
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Detroit Service Group of the Jew-
Mrs. Abraham Salter of New
MURRAY ERANT, former De- ish Welfare Federation. A native
Italian Jewish Leader
J e r s e y; two sons, Walter and
During the coming
ROME (JTA)-Funeral services Richard; three brothers, Leon of troiter of San Diego, died June 23. of Petoskey, Mr. Greenberg lived
week Yeshiva Beth
Yehuda will observe
were held in Venice for Raffaele California, Robert of New Mexico
the Yahrzeit of the
Cantoni, a post-war leader of and Rudy of New Jersey; and Ronald; two daughters, Linda and 54 years.
Survivors are his wife, Theresa;
Italy's Jewish community, who eight grandchildren. Services 11:30 Judith; and his father, Bernie
friends, with the
Frant of Palm. Springs. Interment a son, Hugh; a daughter, Mrs.
died at age 75. Mr. Cantoni, an a.m. today at Kaufman Chapel.
Lawrence (Barbara) Fleischman
anti-Fascist, who escaped to
of New York; three brothers, Abe,
Switzerland in 1943, assumed Selma Cahn, JWV Leader
of Kaddish and stu-
leadership of Italian Jewry in 1946
dying of Mishnoyes.
Selma A. Cahn, past president of
when he was elected president of Oak Park Auxiliary of the Jewish
the Union of Italian Jewish Com- War Veterans, died Tuesday at age 30. He leaves his wife, Frieda;
a son, Jack A. of Columbus, O.; six grandchildren and one great-
munities, a post he held until 1955.
He was interested in social work
Mrs. Cahn, 14410 Park, Oak
and headed several charitable Park, was born in Cleveland and and two sisters. Services 2 p.m.
bodies including Youth. Aliya, of lived in the Detroit area 44 years.
Rachel Wrotslaysky 1
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which his wife, Emma, was presi-
Surviving are her husband,
Sol N. Bloch
dent in Italy.
Henry; a son, Fred; a daughter, enne, died June 28. She leaves
Mathan Zabludovsky 1
Benjamin Wolach, a carpenter
Mr. Cantoni was a member of Paula; four brothers and one sis-
the world executive of the World
apartments, many of which are
still standing, died Tuesday at
Mr. Wolach, 26715 Greenfield,
Southfield, was born in Russia
and lived in the Detroit area for
Tcharne Schneider 13
be in- Shalom Cemetery. Cantor Vieder
Unveiling announcements may
by mail or by calling The Jew- will officiate. Relatives and friends
mattress manufacturers, 2760 W. ber of the Workmen's Circle.
ish News office, 17515 W. 9 Mile Rd., are asked to attend.
Surviving are a son, Oscar; a
Suite 865, Southfield, Mich. 48075. Writ-
Warren, died Wednesday at age
ten announcements must be accom-
daughter, Mrs. Paul (Rose) Taber
panied by the name and address of the
50. Mr. Kraft, 8375 Hendrie, Hunt-
person making the insertion. There is
a standing charge of $4.50 for an un-
veiling notice, measuring an inch in a monument in his memory 12:30 ington Woods, was a member of Mrs. Ida Hart, Mrs. Sidney (Shir-
Cong. Shaarey Zedek and Temple
depth, and $8.00 for one two inches
p.m. Sunday, July 11, at Machpelah Emanu-El and was an active sup- ley) Seidman and Mrs. Irwin
deep with a black border.
Cemetery. Rabbi Gruskin will porter of Cranbrook School, Town (Emma) Schwartz; and six grand-
The family of the late Nathan
and Country School, Jewish Wel- children.
Kaufman announces the unveiling asked to attend.
fare Federation and Jewish Na-
of a monument in his memory 11
the family of the late Joseph
a.m. Sunday, July 11, at Oakview
Mr. Kraft, a native Detroiter,
_ - Cemetery. Rabbi Lehrman will of- Weinstein announces tb unveiling leaves his wife, Joyce; four sons,
Chenia G. Zeide
ficate. Relatives and friends are of a monument in his memory 11 James, Robert, Thomas and Wil-
a.m. Sunday, July 4, at Chesed liam; his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
14441 W. 11 MileRd.
asked to attend.
Gardner,betw.Coolidge 8. Greenfield
shel Ernes Cemetery, Section 26. Harry Kraft; and a brother, Eu-
The family of the late John Rabbi Arm will officiate. Rela- gene. Services 12:45 p.. today
Wedner announces the unveiling tives and friends are asked to at- at Kaufman Chapel.
of a monument in his memory 12 tend.
MONUMENT CENTER, INC.
noon Sunday, July 4, at Adas
Artist Joseph Bernstein
Yeshivath Beth Yeht3dah
The family of the late Rose
661 E. 8 MILE, FERNDALE
Former Detroit artist Joseph
11/2 Blocks E. of Woodwa -rd
Green announces the unveiling of Bernstein, a founder of the U.S'.
15751 W. 101/2 Mi., Southfield
6 Blks from 3 Jewish
a monument in her memory 12 Tool and Supply Co., died Tues-
Cemeteries on Woodward
The Family of the Late
noon Sunday, July 4, at Chesed day at his home in San Miguel de
shel Emes Cemetery. Rabbi L.
Mexico. He was 60.
Goldman will officiate. Relatives Allende,
Mr. Bernstein, who had worked
Announces the unveiling
as an illustrator, sculptor and
of a monument in her
painter in Detroit for 23 years,
memory 11 a.m. Sunday,
The family of the late Sam Dubin lived in Mexico for the past four
announces the unveiling of a monu-
July 11, at Oakview Ceme-
tery. Rabbi Kanter will
ment in his memory 12 noon Sun- years.
Formerly Karl Berg Memorials and Manuel Urbach & Son
He leaves his wife, Reva; a
officiate. Relatives and
day, July 11, at Workmen's Circle son, Carl; a daughter, Mrs. Marcia
13405 CAPITAL at COOLIDGE OAK PARK TELEPHONE 544-2212
friends are asked to at-
Cemetery, Turnover Shul Section. Loznak; one brother and three
Rabbi Arm will officiate. Relatives grandchildren. Services in Mexico.
and friends are asked to attend.
NEW YORK (JTA) - Funeral
services were held Sunday for
Bernard G. Richards, the Jewish
leader whose career spanned more
than 50 years. He died Friday at
the age of 94. He was founder of
the American Jewish Congress
and a member of the executive
committee of the Zionist Organi-
zation of America and served as
a member of the American Jewish
delegation to the Peace Conference
in Paris in 1919.
Ten years ago he was honored
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Hannan Kraft, 50;
of Mattress Firm
BERG AND URBACH
ra Ka-ufman Chapel, Inc.
18325 W. 9 MILE RD., SOUTHFIELD