to "Judelsat, tind.theaeivish 'People
,was imiciWh.,4811":- admired,
diet Tiloado5r.-::721gati:a-!-41- P. before
his fittlitriikthday: - - .".
mien** nf'-' Cong.' .Shearey
zed'elt- ! _for--Mnat "of - his
'-thelf-, -; - colagrAig•motes
.. end; nth" !
r aid -
Who llama& iiWaY Oct. 1,;-
remiembered by bin
Wes - Sarn14- -:, dallEhterr
a I d
• presldm Mr. -C hen served- as,
second liazatt-i there, often , con-
ducting .Shahaiit - -services. He
currently, belonged to -Cong. Adas
Shalom-and .Iivel at 26178 Spring-
He also wired is president of
the United: Hebrew Schools, his
interest In 'the communal school
system stemming from a family
-tradition. His father had been an
organizer of the MS. Mr. Cohen
served on the school board for
mare than 40 years.
For his many services to the
community, a room at the new
Hanel Day School building was
named in his honor, -and hewas on
the =lel bosrd. -
• Idr.- Cohen was 1-tireless worker
Israel , Bonda, was actively
associated With- - the Zionist Orga-
nization of -Detroit and a' leading
worker far Karen Hayescid drives
Drive- • - For , eight
Who -- palmed Tr,' airayllFeb.......
-a lw a:"
LySidik", missed by Tier'.
S ea er
Balls and then the Balfoer Con-
certs Of the 7.011.
Since the inception of the Al;
lied Jewish Campaign, he had
been one of the most dedicated
workers, and he often assisted
in JeWish National Fund proj-
ects, serving on the religious.
committee. For the latter orgy.
nization, he helped in the plant-
ing of several forests. On his
65th birthday, the community
planted a forest in his nanle in !-
Israel. _Additionally, there Is a
room honoring him at Kfar SR-
ver in Ashkelon.
He served as chairman for sev-
eral years of the hfo'os Intim
Passover relief .-committee, and
helped strengthen its operation.
Born in Russia, Mr. Cohen was
brought to Detroit by his parents
when he was 4. Early in life, he
entered the drygoods business,
later joining into a partnership on
for the many kind Capra! !
stone of sympathy extend=
•ed to them during the fans-
",Ify's recent beteavement.7.
....(Carel)'. Adler, :Victor,
Gary;.in Mark- - Eltern. - :
We poy tribute to their memory, for their
friendship and for all the good deeds that marked
their active lives. -
Our heartfelt sy • athies go t their families.
Six Million Jews
Perished in Europe.
Do You Remember?
Time has passed quickly since the world found millions of
Jews executed in concentration camps at the hands of the
Nazis. Remember the dreaded names — Auschwitz, Belson,
Mosithausen, Oswiecin, Buchenwald. ,Time has a way of
hean4 all wounds. Time has a way of diminishing the
significance of an event.
On Sunday, September 26, 1971 . at 1 p.m., a memorial
service will be held commemorating the memory of those
who died - in the concentration Clumps, ghettos and duririg
World War -II.
The service wilrbe conducted by Rabbi Solomon H. Gruskin
of Congregatian B'Nai Zion with Cantor Hyman Adler of
Congregation B'Nai David assisting.
Come to Hebrew. Memorial. Park (Chesed Shel Ernes Ceme-,
tery) located at Gristiot Avenue and 14 Mile Road.
Participate in a - moving memorial service. Remember.
vived by two sons, Jack of Miami
Beach and Sam; a daughter, Mrs.
River Rouge, died Sept. 10. She
leaves her husband, Louis A.; a
daughter, Mrs. Arthur (Lill an)
Rauch; one brother, one sister and
• • •
MORRIS FEALK; 22171 Gardner,
Oak Park, died Sept 10. Survived
by,his wife, Rose; two sons, Mar-
tin N. and Paul J.; a daughter,
Mrs. Reuben (Nina) Nachman;
one brother; two sisters and two
* • •
JOSEPH GROSS, 17371 Green-
field, died Sept 10. Survived by
his wife, Wilma; a son, George
N. of Atlanta; a daughter, Mrs.
Simon (Claire) Morrell; one broth-.
er; two sisters and four grand-
• • •
MAX HAMMER, 13312 Lincoln,
Huntington Woods, died Sept. 9.
Survived by his wife, Edna; two
brothers and four sisters.
vived by four daughters, Mrs.
Nathan (Lillian) Schwartz of Los
Angeles, Mrs. Saul (Sarah) Wein-
traub; Mrs. Harry (Pauline)
Franklin of Memphis and Mrs.
Norman (Edith) Barn; 16 grand-
children and 18 great-grandchil-
• t * •
ANNIE S liE R fif A N, 15304
Northgate, Oak Park, died Sept.
13. Survived by a daughter, Mrs.
Herman (Sophie) Berlin; five
brothers, four sisters, one grand-
children and two great-grandchil-
• • •
DIANE WEISBERG, 31600 Briar
Cliff, Franklin, died Sept 14. She
leaves her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Harold Weisberg; two brothers,
Michael and Aaron; a sister,
Cheryl; and grandparents, Mr.
and Mrs. Peter Weisberg and Mr.
and Mrs. -Irving Siegan.
grandchildren and one great-grand-
BESSIE SHER, 6701 Alderley,
• ETTA BARTLETT; 228 Richter, Birmingham, died Sept 11. Sur-
MAX B. HERZOPF, 25785 Cata-
lina, Southfield, died Sept. 12. Sur-
vived by a son, Stanley; and three
grandchildren. Interment Sioux
RAMEY COHEN -
In this :period of somber • reflection we pause
to pay tribute - to'_those members of the Hannah
Schloss-Old Timers who have departed.
ANNIE (SHUSTER) RAUL,
21830- Hessel, died Sept. 15. Sur-
vived by her husband, Jack;- three
sons, Julius, David and Milton
Shuster; two sisters, sic grandchil-
dren and two great-grandchildren.
-Jack David and daughters
:Mrs. Sidney C (Bertha)-
Solomon and Mrs. Ely
(Pearl) Rose Wish to
Thank Relatives an
Friends of the Late
001'.1 114idiei -;
Hastings and High Sts. with the
name of Sarasohn and Cohen. The
firm became widely known, later
changing to Robinson and Cohen,
of which he was vice president.
He also was president of David
Furniture before his retirement
20 years ago. One of his favorite
pastimes was fishing.
Survivin g Mr. Cohen are a
daughter, Mrs. Charles (Lsabelle)
Rosenblatt; five grandchildren and
three great-grandchildren. He had
two sons, David, who died in 1934,
and Julian Cartier, who died in
Richard S. Brody, an attorney
with offices in the Guardian Bldg.,
died Tuesday at age 4Z Mr.
Brady, a graduate of the University
of Chicago Law School, had been
in. practice. since 1954.
He was born in Cleveland and
resided at 1382 Forbes, Bloomfield
Hills. Mr. Brody was a member of
Birmingham Temple and the She-
ancloah Country Club. -
Surviving are his wife, Phyllis; a
son, Jason; a daughter, Elizabeth;
his mother, Mrs. Benjamin (Ray)
Brady; and a brother, Lee.
1 MOIIMIEST CENTER, ItIC
nlan ha e
18325 W. 9 MILE RD., SOUTHFIELD
661 U.S MILE, FERNDALE
11/2 Blocks O. of Woodward
S Wks from 3 Jewish
cemeteries on Woodward
rinmrx- - rite .
During the coming
CLARA MISKIN, 15020 Green-
field, died Sept. 15. Survived by
a son, Dr. Irving A.; two, daugh-
ters, Mrs. Paul (Edith) Freiberg
and Mrs. Harry (Myrtle) Riau;
one brother, seven grandchildren
and two great-grandchildren.
* * *
DAVID LOUIS RESNIKOFF,
former Detroiter of Stockton,
Calif., died Sept. 12. No survivors.
Services 1 p.m. today at Hebrew
• • •
NETTIE RUDACK, 15222 North-
gate, Oak Park, died Sept. 12. Sur-
CARD OF THANKS
The family of the late Bernard
M. Spear acknowledges with grate-
Jeanette Ash, Original ful
appreciation the many kind
Member of Home Relief expressions of sympathy extended
and friends during
Jeanette Ash, a founding mem-
ber of the Home Relief Society, the family's recent bereavement.
died Tuesday at age 77.
Mrs- Ash, who was born in Tows,
belonged to Cong. Sbaarey Zedek
and Hadassah and was a life mem-
ber of Order of the Eastern Star.
She lived at 27405 Greenfield,
She leaves a son, Jerome; a
daughter, Mrs. Harvey (Methane)
Bielfield of Miami Beach; a bro-
ther, Irving Pollock of Toledo; a
•sister, Mrs. Alfred Gottesman of
*Miami Beach; three grandchildren
and three great-grandchildren.
Attorney Richard Brody,
Rabbi M. Zeller
Goldle R. Yellin
Rose I. Zw•kem
D av'd Teitelbaum
S ella Boesky
, Harold M. Levitsky
' Joseph Silverstein
Samuel J. Wiener
P incus Handler
15751 W. 101/2 MI.. Southfield
week Yeshiva lath
Yehuda wit *bail?' -.
the Yehrzelt at the
. following digested-
friends, with the
of Kaddish end 'stu-
dying of Mishneyes.