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July 20, 1973 - Image 47

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-07-20

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50-BUSINESS CARDS

LARKINS MOVING CO.

Household and Office
Furniture

55-MISCELLANEOUS

Manu. Rep. Sample Sate
on women's fall line.
Everything at wholesale.
Sat. and Sun. 11-5.

56-ANTIQUES

PONTIAC MALL
ANTIQUE SHOW
AND SALE

Dr. Karl Adler,
Yeshiva U. Prof.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

NEW YORK - Dr .Karl

Friday, July 20, 1973-.47

OBITUARIES

Adler, professor of music at
Yeshiva University for 24
11000 W. McNichols
years, died July 10, at age
Suite #201
83.
894-4587 or 361-5222
HARRY J. DAVIS, 16300 17. He leaves his wife, Mil-
545-0145 or 341-9780
Before coming to the W. Nine Mile, Southfield died dred; a son, Joel; a daugh-
PONTIAC,
MICH.
5 3-A-ENTERTAINMENT
United States from Germany July 13. He leaves a son, ter, Mrs. Raymond (JoAnn)
TELEGRAPH AND
R.C.A. 21" black & white T.V.
in 1940, Dr. Adler was di- Jack; three daughters, Mrs. Corridor; three brothers, one
SINGING guitarist. Also plays with stand, $60. Have original bill
ELIZABETH LK. RD.
for $166. 557-3568.
violin. 398-2462.
rector of the music depart- Albert (Etta) Wykoff, Mrs. sister and four grandchil-
SUNDAY, JULY 15-
ment of the Wurttemberg Freda Segal and Mrs. Jack dren.
SUNDAY,
JULY 22
5 5-MISCELLANEOUS
Adult Education System; di- (Ann) Kraizman; four grand-
. *
rector of the Conservatory children and one great-grand-
SUNDAYS
12-5
JOLAN
STEINER,
19775
LeClerc - 4 harness/counter
of Music at Stuttgart; and co- child.
GARAGE SALE
Monica, died July 15. She
MON.=SAT.
balances,
"Fanny
Type,"
36"
founder
of
the
Jewish
Ler-
MOVING
leaves two sons, Eric and
9:30 a.m.-9 p.m.
weaving width, excellent cond.
haus in Stuttgart.
MARY FISHER died July William of Hallandale, Fla.;
THURS., FRI., SAT. 9-4
18490 Onyx, Southfield, color Plus: warping board, shuttles,
15.
She
leaves
one
nephew
Before coming to Yeshiva
and three grandchildren.
FREE ADMISSION
T.V., Porto crib, high chair, lease shicks, warp rods, wire
University, he was on the and two nieces.
AND
heddles,
and
3
needs:
#15,
playpen, dishes, books, lug-
faculty of the New York Col-
#12, #9. $230.
gage. Lots more.
FREE PARKING
ELLA BEER FRANK,
lege of Music and later was
associated with Briarcliff 18520 W. Seven Mile,
353-8161
College and City College of died July 17. Survived by
DIAMOND 1 carat on platinum
New
York.
a daughter, Mrs. Mendel
r'
$899. Diamond quartet ring,
57-FOR SALE-HOUSEHOLD
55-4457.
Persian Lamb coot, brand new
At Yeshiva University, he (Ruth) Korn, a nephew,
GOODS & FURNISHINGS
HIGH-FI speaker, 3 way, $69. 455- lining. Will fit 14-16. $75 or
established a music depart- Ben Maas; two grandchild.
During the
4457.
best offer. 557-3568.
ment in 1951, and was named ren and three great-grand-
coming week
FOR SALE
music director. He assumed children.
Yeshivoth Beth
Window oir conditioner and supervision of the cantorial
Yehud• will
recliner chair, like new, also workshop in 1952, and in
GERALD MELVIN GACH,
observe the
misc., liv. rm. furniture and 1954 participated in the cre- former Detroiter of Miami
Yahriceit of the
other items, reasonable.
ation of the Cantorial Train- Beach, died July 15. He
following de-
Unveiling announcements may
The family of the late Ben
ing Institute of which he was leaves his wife, Susan; a son,
be inserted by mail or by calling
parted Meads,
TE
4-G910
The Jewish News office, 17515 W. Gettleson announces the un-
director from its inception Michael; t w o daughters,
with the tradi-
9 Mile Rd., Southfield, Mich. 48075,
Laureen and Joann; his
tional Memor-
356-8400. Written announcements veiling of a monument in his DELMON ICA STEREOPHONIC through 1966.
must be accompanied bq the name memory 11 a.m. Sunday, July
ial Prayers, re-
Dr. Adler, author of "Acti- mother, Mrs. Bessie Zaran-
and address of the person making 29 at Beth Abraham Ceme- RECORD PLAYER & AM-FM
citation of
RADIO COMBINATION. $25.
the insertion. There is a standing
vation in Music Education" kin; and one sister. Inter-
charge of $4.50 for an unveiling tery. Rabbi Halpern and 557-3568.
ment
Miami
Beach.
Kaddish and
participated
in
public
and
notice, measuring an inch in
'5
a
studying of
1'
depth and $8.00 for one two inches Cantor Ackerman will offi-
radio performances as a con-
ciate. Relatives and friends 87 PETS
deep with a black border.
Mishnoyos.
ductor, accompanist, soloist
REVA HONIGMAN, 15100
are asked to attend.
and lecturer.
W. 10 Mile, Oak Park, died
Tammuz July
ABSOLUTELY adorable Lhasa
• •
July 13. Survived by a son,
puppies. AKC, perfect time
Samuel Gold
22
22
The family of the late Apso
to train, EL 7-1414.
Alan J. Tkatch 22
22
Lewis E.; two daughters,
Isadore Shapiro 22
The Family of the Late
Anna Finkelstein announce
Victor Axelroad,
22
Mrs. Samuel (Bessie) Gold-
Louis Katzer
22
22
the unveiling of a monument
Sophie Meyers 22
22
berg and Mrs. Sol (Lena)
Abram
Hoptman,
Fund
Raiser,
58
MANUEL
Solomon
in her memory 11 a.m. Sun-
Schwartz; three sisters, six
Chesluk
22
22
day, July 22 at Beth Yehuda Ex-Bakery Owner
REMER
Victor S. Axelroad, a pro- grandchildren and 12 great-
Pinchas N.
Engler
22
Cemetery, Gratiot and 14
22
fessor at City University of grandchildren.
Nathan
Announces the unveil-
Abram Hoptman, retired
Mile. Rev. Baras will offi-
a • *
New York, died in Edin-
Moehlman
22
22
ing of a monument in
Harry
ciate. Relatives and friends bakery store owner, died borough, Scotland, July 13
H
I
L
D
A
LANDGARTEN,
Brandman
his memory 11 a.m.
23
July
16
at
age
82.
23
are asked to attend.
at age 58.
Irene Joseph
23
23
15209 Northgate, Oak Park,
Sunday, July 22, at
Avrum S.
Mr. Axelroad, 671 Randall, died July 18. Survived by her
Born in Poland, Mr. Hopt-
Adat Shalom Ceme-
Harris
23
23
man, 19100 W. Seven Mile, Troy, was a professor in the husband, Louis; a son, Bruce;
David Moses
23
23
tery. Rabbi Schnipper
Bernard Swartz 23
The Family of the Late
23
lived
in
Detroit
since
1913.
speech
department
at
the
a daughter, Mrs. Howard
will officiate. Relatives
Freda Nyman 23
23
He retired from the bakery university's Baruch College. (Rochelle) Bennet t; her
Eva Berman
23
23
ROSE
and Friends are asked
Zelda Brill
23
23
business 20 years ago. He He was a member of Sigma mother, Mrs. Rose Zeifman;
to attend.
Boruch Birman 23
23
NOVETSKY
Louis Gunsberg 23
23
Alpha Mu fraternity, a mem- and two brothers.
Morris Trivax
24
24
Announces the unveil.
*
ber of Phi Beta Kappa hon-
Meyer
ing of a monument in
Alderman
24
24
orary society, a graduate of
More Obituaries
BENNIE L U BA R S K Y,
Charles P.
her memory 11 a.m.
City College of New York in 20551 Lahser, died July 15.
Nakelsky
24
24
Page
36
Sunday, Aug. 5 at Beth
Dora
1937 and a graduate of Col- Survived by a brother, Mor-
Weinenger
Yehuda Cemetery.
24
24
The Family of the Late
ris Loren.
Jacob Berman 75
umbia
University
L
a
w
25
Rabbis Prero and
was
Samuel
Harris
25
a
member
and
a
past
School.
25
* * *
ISSIE
Irving
Levin will officiate. Re-
vice president of Cong. Beth
Rosenthal
He
worked
for
the
Justice
2S
25
PHILIP NORBER, 23301
RICHMAN
latives and friends are
Bessie
Tefilo Emanuel, a member Department during World
Krakofsky
asked to attend.
Announces the unveil-
25
25
of Adat Shalom Synagogue War II. He was a member of Kipling, Oak Park, died July
Philip Weis
26
26
ing of a monument in
Jean
and the Hebrew Benevolent Temple • Israel and was in 18. He leaves a daughter,
Bernstein
Mrs. Saul (Geraldine) Sakwa
his memory 12 noon
26
26
Society.
Joel Siwak
charge of the temple's fund- and three grandchildren.
26
26
Sunday, July 22 at Ra-
Dorothy
He is survived by three raising project for its new
* *
Harrison
domer Cemetery. Rab-
26
26
Esther Kunin
sons, Charles, William and suburban location.
26
76
The Family of the Late
bi Gruskin will offici-
MANUAL M. STAHL, 14601
Hyman Levine 27
27
David; nine grandchildren
He leaves his wife, Hor- Anne, Allen Park, died July
Morris Evans
a t e. Relatives a n d
27
27
IDA DUBIN
Maxine H.
and seven great-grandchild- tense; h i s mother-in-law,
friends are asked to
Keith
27
27
ren.
Announces
the
unveil.
Mrs.
John
R.
(Rose)
Her-
Goldie Waxman 28
attend.
24
J.
Milton
ing of a monument in
Sidney A. Deitch
man, and two sisters, Mrs.
Bresler
28
28
her memory 12:30 p.m.
Monroe (Lillian) Klein and
Morton nottlelb 2R
Rabbi
W.
S.
Maley,
28
DETROIT
Sunday, July 22 at
Samuel Yoffee 28
28
Mrs. Sol (Minnie) Hoffman
ShPva R.
MONUMENT WORKS
of Texas Synagogue of New York.
Chesed Shel Emes
Himelstein
2R
201
Cemetery. Rabbi Gru-
Esther Broder 2R
14441 W. 11 Mile Rd.
28
HOUSTON, Tex. - Rabbi
The Family of the Late
Gussi0
Kushner
Gardner, betw. Coolidge & GreenfoOd
2R
7R
skin will officiate. Re-
3111.2711, Eve
Abe Chausky 2R
626.0330
William S. Maley, spiritual
78
latives and friends are
Samuel Peisne•,
Frieda Chesluk 7R
MAX
2R
leader
of
Cong.
Beth
Yeshu-
David Lakin
28
21
asked to attend.
KUSHNER
run, the largest Jewish con- Detroiter in Israel
Announces the unveil-
gregation in the Southwest,
Yeshivoth Beth
Samuel Peisner, a former MONUMENT CENTER, INC.
ing of a monument in
died July 14 at age 74.
Yehuda
soldier
in
the
Jewish
Bri-
661
E. 8 MILE, FERNDALE
Rabbi Maley, who had been
memory 1 p.m.
1 1 /2 Blocks E. of Woodward
gade of the British Army
15751 W. 101/2 Mile
. ; day, July 22 at He-
associated
with
the
congrega-
The Family of the Late
6 Blks from 3 Jewish
Southfield
tion since 1946, planned to during World War I, died
brew Memorial Ceme-
Cemeteries on Woodward
BESSIE
July
12
at
age
84.
retire on the 50th anniversary
tery. Rabbi Gruskin
Phone 557-6750
LI 2-8266
JO 4-5557
Mr. Peisner, former De-
KNOPPOW
of his ordination in 1975.
will officiate. Relatives
troiter
of
Haifa,
Israel,
left
Announces
the
unveil-
and friends are asked
the U.S. in 1934 and worked
ing of a monument in
to attend.
on one of the original build-
her memory 10:30 a.m.
ings of Technion-Israel In-
Sunday, July 29 at Nu-
sach Hari Cemetery,
In loving memory of our stitute of Technology.
He is survived by his wife,
Woodward and 8 1/2
beloved sister Lillian Heller,
The Family of the Late
Bat Sheva; two sons, Dan
Mile. Rabbi Emanuel
who
passed
away
July
11,
ALICE (ZACK)
Goodman of Chicago
1963. Your sweet memories and Balfour, both of Detroit;
KARP
FORMERLY KARL BERG MEMORIALS
will officiate. Relavties
will never be forgotten. Mrs. a daughter, Mrs. Joseph
and friends are asked
Announces the unveil-
Maurice (Sophie) Kingston, (Leah) Landman; and 10
MANUEL URBACH & SON
to attend.
ing of a monument in
and brothers, Joe, Charles grandchildren. Interment
13405 CAPITAL at COOLIDGE • OAK PK. • LI 4-2212
her memory 1 p.m.
and Bennie Goldberg.
Haifa.

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Adler will officiate.
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