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The Detroit Jewish News, 1972-01-28

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday,-.1aneary---2*, 1972-51

Vetera# Leader

Joseph - Janes, ..laimeir, as "lir-
American- Legionsin the area.for
his actbity , in veteran affairi,
died Tuesday at age 82.
Mr:-Jones;q18300 W- Nine Mile,
Southfield,- was-past -commander
of Lamed Post of the American
Legion - and' past commander of
the Lawrence Jones -Post of the
Jewish "War Veterans. ' The post
was named--for his -late brother.
A Woad' War Teraina,' Mr.
Jones' Wm; - a- member of„ _the
Sojoinnent fCtuis; group of
Masons mien 'affiliated with the
military. Ile also 'was I member
of the Last Club, organiza-
tion ,of World War I veterans.
Mr. Jones,- a native of Russia,
was a member of Temple Beth
El, _Masons, Detroit Consistory
and .Moslem Temple and Shrine
Club. .. •-•
He was a manufactuie.rs re-
presentative dealing in soft and
hard goods, supplying the S.S.
Kresge Co.
Survivors are a brother, Sol
Jonas; nieces and nephews. _

.JENNIE BABUSHKIN, 15058
EDWARD L. SMALL, 29465 Phoenix; and one sister. Interment
Burloni -Gak Park, died Jan. 17. Brentwood, Southfield, died Jan. Detroit.
She leaves a -daughter, Mrs. Ben- 25. Survived by his wife, Har-
4, • •
jamin (Beatrice) Baskin; and two riett; a daughter, Doreen; one
LENA ST E I N, 20624 Knob
grandchildren.
brother 'and one sister.
Woods, Southfield, died Jan. 21.
* *
* * 4
She leaves a daughter, Mrs..Sid-
- MOLLY. ROSENBERG BERG-
JANICE - SMITH, former De- ney (Cell) Benjamin; one grand-
ER, former Detroiter of Los troiter of•Ariehorage, died Jan. 24. child and two great-grandchildren.
Angeles, died Jan. 25. Survived She leaves her husband, Lawrence;
* as

by her husband, Joseph; four her fa the r, Yale Weinstein of
CHARLES TUKEL, 18011 Hub-
sons, Gary, Steven, Michael and
bell, died Jan. 25. Survived by
Ronald; a daughter, Sharon; two
his wife, Helen; a son; Irving;
brother s, Morris and Harry Joseph Newman, 73,
a daughter, Mrs. Harold (Geldie)
Rosenberg, both of Detroit; and Head of Warren Firm Weinstein of Atlanta; two broth-
two sisters, including-Jenny of
ers,
two sisters and three grand-
Joseph S. Newman, founder and
Detroit. Interment Los Angeles.
owner for the past 50 years of children.
• * •
* * *
CELIA FINE, 7722 E. Jeffer- Warren Iron and Metal Co., 12455
BELLA WEL TM A N, 29196
son, died Jan. 25. She leaves a Greenfield, died Jan. 21 in Hallan- Franklin Hills Dr., Southfield,
dale, Fla. He was 73.
brother, Dr. Edward.
Mr. Newman, 20616 Knob Woods, died Jan. 25. Survived by three
• * *
Southfield, was a native of Poland sons, Samuel, Philip and Nathan;
FANNIE FINK, 19100 W. Seven but lived in the Detroit area for three daughter s, Mrs. Max
Mile, died Jan. -24. Survived by more than a half-century. He be- (Merin) Miller, Mrs. David (An-
„a son, Sam of Durham, N.C.; a longed to the Old Newsboys (Good- nette) lettleman of Cleveland
daughter, Mrs. Charles (Mildred) fellow Fund) „for 50 years and the Heights and Judith; 10 grand-
Kaye; one sister, five grandchil- Hannah Schloss Old Timers. A children and three great-grand-
dren and two great-grandchildren. past board member of the Jewish children.
* *
* • *
Welfare Federation, Mr. Newman
ESTHER WETSTEIN, 24281
WILLIAM FRIEDMAN, former was a member of Cong. Shaarey
Detroiter of Sun City, Ariz., died Zedek, past president of the Mich- Majestic, Oak Park, died Jan. 22.
Jan. 21. Survived by his wife, igan Chapter, Institute of Scrap She leaves her husband, Harry,
Sylvia; a son, Joel; and three sis- Iron and Steel and past national a son, Gary; a daughter, Mrs.
ters, including Mrs. Herman director of the National Institute Harvey (Arline) Allen; two sisters
and four grandchildren.
Rubin Galchinsky, organizer and (Rose) Hillman and Mrs. Michael of Scrap Iron and Steel.
* *
Survivors are his wife, May;
vice president of the Bereznitzer (Mae) Gross, both of Detroit. In-
three sons, Raymond, Robert and
SOLOM
Aid Society, died Monday at age terment Arizona.
ZUCKERNICK,
Lloyd of Halifax, N.S.; a brother, 19100 W. Seven Mile, died Jan.
81.
• • •
An organizer of the Bakers
FLORENCE M. -HOCHBERG, Morton; a sister, Esther; and eight 23. No survivors.
Drivers Union, he was a bakery 16910 Ilene, died Jan. 26. She grandchildren.
driver for many years until he leaves her husband, Sam.
Mrs. Morris Davis
• * •
became a milkman He recently
Maurice Lahr, Owner
Mrs. Morris Davis, whose death
retired.
MARGARET KOHN, former of Produce Business
was reported in last week's Jewish
Mr. Galchinsky, 25603 Green- Detroiter of New York, died Jan.
News, leavei her husband, Morris;
Maurice Lahr, who recently re- a son, Avery N.; a daughter, Mrs.
field, Southfield, was former presi- 20. She leaves a son, Alan. Inter-
tired as owner of Million Produce
dent and- vice president of the ment Detroit.
Robert (Adele) Podoloff; two
in
the Western Market, which he
Bialystoker Society and was active
* * *
brothers, two sisters and two
owned
for
more
than
40
years,
in the-Israel Bond - Campaign. He
grandchildren. (Morris Davis'
LILLY MARKSON, 13051 Al-
was a member-of Cong. Beth bany, Oak Park, • died Jan. 20. died Jan. 20.
name was omitted erroneously in:
Mr. Lahr, 21250 Independence, last week's _paper.)
Achim and the Jewish Home for She leaves her husband, Frank;
the Aged: '•
two daughter s, Mrs. J'ulius Southfield, was a native of To-
Born in' Russia; Mr. Galchinsky (Sarah) Goldberg - and Mrs. Al ronto but lived in Detroit most of
lived in the Detroit area 62 years- (Judy) Allowitz of Los Angeles; his life.: He was a faithful wor-
one sister,--live-
Rehilliren 'end shipper at neighborhood syna-
Survisdng are his viffe, .1,1;n•.fo
gogues, Most recently Cong. Beth
sons. HYMan Galti-opt Y- six great-grandchildren.
Achim.
s * *
wood,: CaliklrEarry Gale, Alvin
Surviving are a son, Samuel;
ABE MILLER, 33393 S. Nor-

Gale and Dr.
Donald Polk; three
three daughters, Mrs. Merle
daughters, Mrs. Louis (Diana) folk, died Jan. 23. He leaves two
(Selma)
Silverman, Mrs. Daniel
Eisenberg, Mrs. Rose Zeitlin and sons, Morris and Bernard; seven
(Bernice) Allen and Marilyn of
Mrs. Herman_ (Sandra) Teitel; 17 grandchildren and five great-grand-
Los Angeles; a brother, Joseph
grandchildren and 13 great-grand- children.
* * •
Lehr of Mount Clemens; four
children.
sisters,
Mrs. Sadie Engelhard, Mrs.
JACK 'RHINESTONE, 23441
Coolidge, Oak Park, died Jan. 23. Gertrude K a h n, Mrs. Barney
(Jean)
Wise and Mrs. Walter
Survived by his wife, Pearl; a son,
(Ann) Hazlett of Miami; and six
sisters.
Edward T. Lichtig, a manu- Eric and two *
grandchildren.
-* •
facturer's representative in the
SOL ROSEN', 28510 Selkirk,
furniture field, died Jan.' 23. He
Southfield,
died
Jan.
23.
Survived
Jacob Gumenick, Auto
was 83.
by his wife, Fanny; three daugh-
Mr. Litchtig, 700 Whitmore, ters, Mrs. Harvey (Rosalyn) Parts Dealer. Age 74
Jacob (Jack) Gumenick, an auto
was born in. Cleveland and lived Meyer, Mrs. Henry (Carol) Le-
in. Detroit .58 years. had been vitsky and Yetta; and five grand- parts executive, died Sunday at
age 74.
retired from his job the past children:
Mr. Gumenick, 16170 Carriage
year. He was a past board mem-
• • *
Lamp, Southfield, was born in
ber and charter member of the
SAM SHERMAN, 17194 Wash- Russia and lived in Detroit for
Furniture Club of - Detroit' and a burn, died Jan. 25. Survived by
A telephone 'call to us
past board member of the Mich- three-daughters, Selma, Mrs. Jack 43 years. He was the co-owner
gives you the assurance
igan Furniture Representative As- (Harriet) Moore and Mrs. Joseph of Redford Auto Parts, 21315
that a man you know is
sociation. He was a member of (Naomi) Miller; four brothers, Grand River, for 30 years and
retired
in
1963.
helping
you.
Temple Beth 2, a past board one sister and fora-grandchildren.
He leaves his wife, Celia; two
member of the men's elub and
* *
We
can
make the desired'
sons, Herbert and David; a broth-
a life member of Pefectiim Lodge
SHLRLE13 - SHORR, 29285 er, Max of Pennsylvania; and
arrangements regardless -
of the Magas.
Pointe-O-Woods„ - Southfield, died three grandchildren.
of where a death occurs:
He ,leave• his wife, Helen; a Jan. 25. She leaves her husband,
son, Louis; a daughter, Mrs. Rich- Jack; a Sen.. Steven; two daugh-
ard „(Barbara) Xing a brother, ters, Wendy and Karen; her par- Moiria
',Gaz, Age 74;
Allen, a-xis t er,- '31rir. Steve ents, Mr. and Hymen (Til-
Operated
Paper Co.
(Fanny)
Herz,
and
four
grandchll-

lie) Miller; mid as sister, Mrs.
Morris Gus, operator of the
Ralph (Edith) Levin.
Reliable.Paper Stock Co. on Russel
18323 W. Nino Mile Rd.
St. until his retirement last year,
Southfield
died Sunday- at . age' 74.
Elgin 7-3200
Mr. Gus, 23105 Providence,
'Southfield, was born in Russia and
Ire and Illsoloort Koorfassm
Rood,th
e' Detrei
ll area years.
46 yea.
He was a menage' . of 'Cong. Beth
Abraham and Hebrew Benevolent
Society and was past president of
Zaznoor-Tatiaidiover" Ferein.
.- He leaves hii:wffe„ Dora; a sod,
Harold; two daughters,- Mrs. Sid- .
ney (Ellen) Wolin of Flint and
Mrs.. .Robert (Rule)* Siman;
brother, Samuel Zuger; seven
grandchildren and one great-grand-
-child.

.

Irving Dunn, Awardees
of Bronze Star, 49

Irving L Dunn, a member of vet-
erans and Labor Zionist groups
here, died Wednesday at age 49.
Mi. Dunn, 19750 Burgess, was
the recipient of the Bronze star in
World War II. He was a member of
the Bloch-Rose Post of the Jewish
War Veterans and Branch Seven of
Labor Zionist Alliance.
Born in Detroit, Mr. Dunn was a
men's furnishings saleman for the
Max Green Co. at Northland.
Surviving are his wife, Celia;
two daughters, Jan and Sherry;
two brothers, Max Globerman , ond
Herman Globeman of Los Angeles;
and two sisters, Mrs. Philph (Rose)
Remer and Mrs. Louis (Eva)
Dunne of Los Angeles. Services
10:30 a.m. today at Hebrew Me-
morial Chapel.

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burin, the coming
week Yoshi*. Beth
robed. will observe
the Yahrceit of the
following departed
friends, with the
traditional Memorial:
Prayers, recitalist
of Kaddish and stu-
dying of Mistmogos.

Shienta. Kerbs!
Louis Kartun
Morris Goodman
Harry Schneider
Mary Model
Fannie Faber
SIMI. Gruber
..ash Holtzman
Illilah Omien
Molly Plotkin
Noah • IL Keys
Beniamin
Wrotziewsky
Phillip IL Krevortz
- Vette Grunt
Debora ShcolnIck
Rachel Fishman
Helen Silverston

Jack Feldman
Harry Feldstein
ClufWe Solomon
Sam Zimmer
Moshe Goldfarb
Isaac Hootner
Joseph L. bale
Alice Eiseman
Lena Gents
-Mina Welman
Nathan Fine
Nathan Lipshaw
Allan A. Burns
Arthur E. Plotnkk
Herbert S. Sunin
F,nnle Smith
Frank Sears
Celia Later
Morris Sherman
Samuel Sherman
AWN* Gitiebirg
•Iiiireel Gliddin
Morris Goldberg
Herman J. Lazarus
George S. Cobb :
William Greenst ein
Morris Mager
Sarah Kew
Leeds Cohen

Swine Lieinonewl
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Max
Sislovitz
Regina movie

David Kalsrbeff

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