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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-04-20

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, April 20, 1973-43

OBITUARIES

Rose Himelhoch, Noted Educator

Rose Phillips Himelhoch,
former educator and vice
president of Himelhoch Bros.
and Co., died April 13 at age
88.
Mrs. Himelhoch, a noted
educator in the Detroit school
system in the 1920s and
1930s, along with Dr. Charles
L. Spain devised the platoon
system for elementary edu-
cation. The system, now used

Americans Offered
Rent-Control Housing

nationwide, allowed teachers
to specialize in their specific
fields. Each child would have
several teachers instead of
one teacher for all subjects.
She was principal of the
Maybee School in 1918 when
it became the first platoon
school in the U. S.
In 1934, she married Israel
Himelhoch, owner of the
women's clothing store chain.
She resigned from the school
system four years later to
become vice president of
personnel of her husband's
company.
Mrs. Himelhoch was active
with the Detroit Symphony
and Children's Hospital, and
was a member of National
Council of Jewish Women,
Temple Beth El and the
Women's City Club.
She is survived by her
husband, Israel; two step-
sons, Charles, president of
Himelhoch's, and Jerome,
professor of sociology at the
University of Missouri at St.
Louis; nieces, nephews and
great-grandnieces and great-
gra ndnephews.

NEW YORK - Americans
r- - -sing to Israel now will be
to rent apartments on a
1z-Year rent control, subsi-
dized by the ministry of ab-
sorption, it was announced
by Charles Bick, chairman
of the Israel commission of
the Union of Orthodox Jew-
ish Congregations of Ameri-
ca.
These apartments
are
available in Jerusalem, Hol-
on, Bat Yam and Rishon Le-
Zion. Rent for the first three
years will be from IL220
($50), to IL500 ($125) on the
12th year.
These apartments are
available for senior citizens Cologne Conductor
coming to settle in Israel.
Drowns in Israel
For information, write
TEL AVIV - Istvan Ker-
Yoseph Sharon, UOJCA, 84 tesz, music director of the
Fifth Ave., New York 10011. Colo g n e Opera, drowned
Tuesday while swimming in
the Mediterranean off Herz-
liya. He was 43.
Mr. Kertesz was visiting
Israel as guest conductor of
the Israel Philharmonic Or
chestra. He made his Amer-
Unveiling announcements may
be inserted by mail or by calling ican debut in the 1961-62 sea-
The Jewish News office, 17515 W. son with the Detroit Sym-
9 Mile Rd., Southfield, Mich. phony.
48075, 356.8400. Written announce-

Monument
Unveilings

ments must be accompanied by
the name and address of the per-
son making the insertion. There
is a standing charge of 54.50 for
an unveiling notice, measuring
an inch in depth and $8.00 for
one two inches deep with a black
borden.

The Family of the Late

FANNIE LIEBER

Announces the unveil-
ing of a monument in
her memory 1 p.m. Sun-
day May 6 at Oakview
Cemetery. Rabbi Sper-
ka will officiate. Rela-
tives and friends are
asked to attend.

The Saltzmans,
Kideckels, and the
Barons; Familes of
the Late

FRIEDA
SALTZMAN

ounce the unveiling
f a monument in her
memory 1 p.m. Sunday,
April 29, at Chesed
Shel Emes Cemetery.
Rabbi Lehrman will
officiate. Relatives and
friends are asked to
attend.

Hollywood Producer

LOS ANGELES - Arthur
Freed, composer and long-
time producer of musicals
for MGM, died April 12 at
age 78. He produced such
shows as "American in
Paris," "Gigi," and "Show
Boat."

In Memoriam I

In loving memory of Leona
Wilder who passed away
April 24, 1968 (26 days in
Nisan). In cherished memory
of our beloved sister and
aunt.
* * *
In memory of our never-to-
be-forgotten son and brother,
Max S. Greenspon, who
passed away April 19, 1960
(22 days in Nisan). In our
hearts his memory is kept
for the one we love and will
never forget. Sadly missed
but always remembered by
his mother and father, Rose
and Nick Yova and sister,
Marcia.

In Loving Memory of

STEVEN KASZ

The Family of the Late

LENA.
GOLDSTEIN
HACKMAN

Announces the unveil-
ing of a monument in
her memory 1 p.m.
Sunday, April 29 at
Chesed Shel Emes
Cemetery. Rabbi Don-
in and Cantor Adler
will officiate. Relatives
and friends are asked
to attend.

Once I gave you life,
now my dear I wish I
could give you another
one. Our love is always
with you.

Mom and Denise
-April 21, 1972

LEE U. ABRAMS, 25830
Berkley, Huntington Woods,
died Aprli 14. She leaves her
son, Paul; one sister and
three grandchildren.
* *
EVA BAKER, 14011 W.
Nine Mile, Oak Park, died
April 12. She leaves two sons,
Bernard Victor and Paul;
one brother, two sisters and
five grandchildren.
* *
HYMAN BAUMHAFT,
23401 Radclift, Oak Park,
died April 16. Survived by
two sons, Nathan of Tucson
and Robert; a daughter,
Mrs. Milton (Paula) Gutov;
nine grandchildren and six
great-grandchildren.
* S *
SHIRLEY E. CHARMER,
27200 Franklin, Southfield,
died April 14. She leaves her
husband, Morey; a daughter,
Mrs. Dennis (Debbie) Silber;
two brothers and three
grandchildren.
*
*
ESTHER COHEN, 20551
Lahser, died April 13. She
leaves her husband, Aaron;
and three sisters.
* * *
CECILIA H. CONN, 21290
Los Palmos, Southfield, died
April 12. She leaves four
sons, Albert, Norman, Dr.
Bernard, and Dr. Raymond
of St. Louis; one brother,
two sisters and eight grand-
children.

*

*

*

MORRIS DRAZIN, former
Detroiter of Peoria, Ill., died
April 10. Survived by his
wife, Lillian; a son, Jerome;
a daughter, Mrs. Sandy
(Eleanor) Singer; a sister,
Mrs. Jack (Ann) Edelstein
of Detroit; and two grand-
children. Interment Peoria.
* * *
OLGA FISCHEL of New
York died April 15. Survived
by a son, Walter of Detroit;
one brother and one sister.
Interment New York.
• S * -
DAVID S. FREEDMAN,
13341 W. Nine Mile, Oak
Park, died April 16. Survived
by his wife, Ida; a son, Al-
fred; a daughter, Mrs. Isaac
(Marian) Grabelsky of Wood-
cliff Lakes, N. J.; one
brother, one sister and two
grandchildren.

SHIRLEY D. KOPER, 2645
Birch Harbor, Pontiac, died
April 12. She leaves her hus-
band, Irving; two sons, Stev-
en and Lawrence; a daugh-
ter, Mrs. Jack (Elizabeth)
Upfal; her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Marcus D. Davis of
Miami Beach; and one broth-
er.
*
J A N I C E MANHEIMER,
20100 St. Marys, died April
17. She leaves her husband,
Sol; two daughters, Mrs.
Robert (Michelle) Adelson
and Mrs. Donald (Sharon)
DeCastle; two brothers, two
sisters and two grandchil-
dren.

*

*

HENRY POLIER, 2000 N.
Woodward, Royal Oak, died
April 14. He leaves his wife,
Belle; a daughter, Mrs. Alex
L. (Kate) Weinberg; two
brothers, one sister and four
grandchildren.
* * *
DAVID H. RESNICK, 14611
Sherwood, Oak Park, died
April 17. He leaves his wife,
Jacqueline; two sons, Gregg
and Scott; a daughter, Lori;
and two sisters.
* *
- BEN ROSS, 18040 North-
lawn, died April 16. Survived
by his wife, Lillian; and a
sister, Mrs. Clara Minez.
* * *
RAE SANDLES, 25548 Lin-
coln Terr., Oak Park, died
April 12. Survived by two
sons, Lester and Dr. Morton;
one brother, four sisters and
three grandchildren.
• * *
BESSIE S CHWAR T Z,
17345 Ca t a 1 p a, Southfield,
died April 15. She leaves a
son, Lawrence of Joliet, Ill.;
two daughters, Mrs. Benja-

Nathan Slawin, 65,
Local Businessman

Na than Slawin, former
shoe store chain owner, died
April 15 at age 65.
Mr. Slawin, 23200 River-
side, Southfield, was born in
St. Louis. He was formerly
president and owner of Shoe
Box, Inc., a chain of shoe
stores, former co-owner of
Shipman's Children's Wear
in Ann Arbor and a former
co-owner of the Danish Inn
in Farmington.
He was a past president of
Michigan Shoe Retailers As-
sociation, a me m be r of
Temple Beth El and Temple
Beth El men's club.
He leaves his wife, Bab-
ette; two daughters, Mrs.
Ronald (Mitzi) Weitzman,
and Mrs. Howard (Lisa)
Rose of Chicago; one brother
and three sisters.

RAE GOLDFINE, 22737 S.
Bellwood, Southfield, died
April 15. She leaves three
daughters, Mrs. Willi a m
(Edith) Burk, Mrs. Jack
(Frances) Green and Mrs.
Ben (Harriet) Atlas; one
brother, six grandchildren
and five great-grandchildren.
*
*
HARRY KELLEY, 20855
Lahser, Southfield, died April
14. Survived by his wife,
Ex-Bnai Zion Head
Rose; two sons, Hilliard and
Sheldon; a daughter, Mrs. Hyman Fliegel, 74
NEW YORK - Hyman J.
Harold (Marion) Weinger;
Fliegel, a former president of
and seven grandchildren.
Bnai Zion, American frater-
nal Zionist organization, died
CARD OF THANKS
Monday at age 74. A retired
The family of the late Max attorney, he was a founder
Langwald acknowledges with of the American Red Mogen
grateful appreciation the David for Israel.
many kind expressions of
Mr. Fliegel captained the
sympathy extended by rela- first basketball team Nat
tives and friends during the Holman coached at City Col-
family's recent bereavement. lege of New York.

min E. (Sylvia) Jaffe and
Mrs. James (Flora Jane)
Gold of Glencoe, Ill.; seven
grandchildren and four great-
grandchildren. Inter m ent
Chicago.

18325 W. 9 MILE RD., SOUTHFIELD

Jaffe and Mrs. Max (Doro-
thy) Schuldinger; one sister,
seven grandchildren and five
great-grandchildren. Services
10:30 a.m. today at Hebrew
Memorial Chapel.

IDA SHERMAN, former
Detroiter of Cleveland, died
April 6. Survived by two
sons, Mannie of Youngstown,
0., and Ralph; a daughter,
Mrs. Sylvia Brilliant; six
grandchildren and one great-
grandchild. Interment Cleve-
land.

MARGARET TOMALSKY,
20100 Votrobeck, died April
15. Survived by three sisters,
Mrs. Sylvia Berkowitz, Mrs.
Albert (Rose) Ellis and Mrs.
Molly Abrams.
*
JACK VOGEL, 28990 Lan-
caster, Livonia, died April
12. He leaves his wife, Ann-
MAURICE SIDEN, 10404 ette; a daughter, Ilene and
Ludlow, Huntington Woods, three sisters.
died April 19. He leaves his
wife, Ida; four children,
Franklin, Mrs. Martin
(Elaine) Matler, Milford
Stein and Mrs. Jack (Shirley
Mae) Epps; one brother, one
sister, 13 grandchildren and
During the
three great-grandchildren.
coming week
* *
Yeshivoth Beth
SAMUEL STEIN
2842
Yehuda will
Whittier, Bloomfield Hills,
observe the
died April 18. Survived by
Yahrzeit of the
his wife, Sarah; a daughter,
I IJ
following de-
Mrs. Leonard (Ila) Solomon;
parted friends,
and one grandchild.
with the tradi-

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tional Memor-
ial Prayers, re-
citation of
Kaddish and
studying of
Mishnayos.

ROSE TENNER, 13170 Ir-
vine, Oak Park, died April
18. Survived by two daugh-
ters, Mrs. Norman (Shirley)

Sam Shoichet, 81

Sam Shoichet, founder and
president for 40 years of
Standard Metal Co., 1560
Franklin, died Tuesday at
age 81.
Mr. Shoichet, 16156 Oxley,
Southfield, was born in
Russia and lived in the De-
troit area for 50 years. He
was a member of Cong. Beth
Achim and Hebrew Memorial
Society and a life member
of Pisgah Lodge, Bnai Brith.
Surviving are his wife,
Esther; a son, Arnold
Schafer; two daughters, Mrs.
Lewis (Sylvia) Miller and
Mrs. Philip (Viola) Miller of
Toledo; three brothers,
Henry Schafer and Mayer of
Flint and Dave Schafer of
North Miami Beach; a sis-
ter, Mrs. Arthur (Flora)
Dorfzaun of Flint; seven
grandchildren and two great-
grandchildren.

Sidney A. Deitch

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