THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
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.
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-
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jamin (Beatrice) Baskin; and two riett; a daughter, Doreen; one
LENA ST E I N, 20624 Knob
brother 'and one sister.
Woods, Southfield, died Jan. 21.
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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;
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
two sisters and three grand-
Joseph S. Newman, founder and
Detroit. Interment Los Angeles.
owner for the past 50 years of children.
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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
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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.
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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
Aid Society, died Monday at age terment Arizona.
Lloyd of Halifax, N.S.; a brother, 19100 W. Seven Mile, died Jan.
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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
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became a milkman He recently
Maurice Lahr, Owner
Mrs. Morris Davis, whose death
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
the Western Market, which he
Bialystoker Society and was active
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brothers, two sisters and two
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-
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.
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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
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.
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Lehr of Mount Clemens; four
Mrs. Sadie Engelhard, Mrs.
JACK 'RHINESTONE, 23441
Coolidge, Oak Park, died Jan. 23. Gertrude K a h n, Mrs. Barney
Wise and Mrs. Walter
Survived by his wife, Pearl; a son,
(Ann) Hazlett of Miami; and six
Edward T. Lichtig, a manu- Eric and two *
facturer's representative in the
SOL ROSEN', 28510 Selkirk,
furniture field, died Jan.' 23. He
Jacob Gumenick, Auto
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
retired from his job the past children:
Mr. Gumenick, 16170 Carriage
year. He was a past board mem-
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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
Temple Beth 2, a past board one sister and fora-grandchildren.
He leaves his wife, Celia; two
member of the men's elub and
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-
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,
died Sunday- at . age' 74.
Mr. Gus, 23105 Providence,
'Southfield, was born in Russia and
Ire and Illsoloort Koorfassm
ll area years.
He was a menage' . of 'Cong. Beth
Abraham and Hebrew Benevolent
Society and was past president of
.- 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-
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-
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burin, the coming
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robed. will observe
the Yahrceit of the
friends, with the
of Kaddish and stu-
dying of Mistmogos.
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Phillip IL Krevortz
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Joseph L. bale
Allan A. Burns
Arthur E. Plotnkk
Herbert S. Sunin
Herman J. Lazarus
George S. Cobb :
William Greenst ein
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