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March 22, 1974 - Image 55

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-03-22

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larvey Leach,
,
urniture
'agnate, Killed
Harvey L. Leach, slain

!iairman of the board of
Ashua Doore Furniture Co.,
as buried Tuesday at Mach-
?.lah Cemetery following
;rvices, attended by several
•ndred persons, at Kauf-
an Chapel.
Mr. Leach, 34, of 16500 N.
ark Dr., Southfield, was be-
-ed ..
murdered
Saturday
z
.
ornir - his body found the
llowi day in the trunk
his car in the parking lot
' the Congress Building on
>uthfield Rd. He was to
e been married Sunday.
Police were investigating
slaying.
A native Detroiter, Mr.
;ach joined Robinson Fur-
lure Co. more than eight
a•--s ago. With an associate,
! obtained control of the
siness in late 1971, but
tntrolling stock changed
aids several times. In 1972,
started the Joshua Doore
arehouse operation, which
arrently has five showroom
.,Liiers. He was known as an
vid bridge player, and par-
eipated in tournaments
roughout the country.
Surviving are two daugh-
rs, Robin and Beth; his
tother, Mrs. Seldon (Ruth)
each; and a brother, Dr.
,.,:nard of California.

,

Louis Handler, Boxing Promoter
and Camp Tamakwa Organizer

REBECCA ABEL, 26051
Lahse r, Southfield, died
March 20. Survived by two
sons, Harry of Sarasota and
Martin; three daughters,
Mrs. Irving (Rae) Raimi,
Mrs. Reuben (Edna) Katz
and Mrs. Bernard (Mildred)
Jaschik of Washington, D.C.;
one sister, 16 grandchildren
and 18 great-grandchildren.
* *
BETTY BARILL, 21961
Gardner, Oak Park, died
March 17. Survived by a son,
Irving H. ; two daughters,
Mrs. Eugene (Doris) Gottlieb
and Mrs. David (Sheila)
Weiner of Redondo Beach,
Calif.; one sister and seven
grandchildren.
* *
SAM B'ETMAN, 23093 Mea-
dowlark, Oak Park, died
March 15. Survived by his
wife, Sadie; a son, Maurice;
a daughter, Mrs. Joseph
(Eleanor) Manela; one
brother, one sister and eight
grandchildren.

BERTHA BLUMROSEN
SAULSON, 19600 Stratford,
died March 15. She leaves
her husband, Saul; two sons,
Daniel of Rye, N.Y., and
Stanley of Miami; a daugh-
ter, Mrs. Morris (Shirley)
Mersky; one brother, one
sister, nine grandchildren
he Lord said to him: and one great-grandchild.
*
is is the land concerning
HERMAN LOUIS CAMEL,
a I swore to Abraham,
.c, and Jacob, as follows: former Detroiter of Elsinore,
Calif., died March 15. Sur-
J your decsendants I will
ye it; I have let you look vived by his wife, Rose; a
pon it, but you shall not son, Carl of Costa Mesa,
) over there.' "-Deut. 34:4. Calif.; two daughters, Mrs.
John (Ida) Kozlof of Costa
Mesa and Mrs. Morris (Mar-
In Loving Memory o f
ion) Rothstein of Detroit;
two sisters, seven grandchil-
My Father
dren and two great-grand-
children. Interment Elsinore.
BARNEY
* • *
FORMAN
CLARENCE J. CAMPAU,
12801 W. Nine Mile, Oak
It's been 10 years since
you went away, but
your memories are still
with me each and every
day. Rest in peace.

Ronnie and Family

In Memory of Our
Beloved Mother
And Grandmother

FANY
GOODMAN

Who passed away
March 27, 1963. Your
warmth and your love
sust - '1 us. Your chil-
dr( 'Anna and Harry
Kramer; and your
grandchildren, R o b i n,
effrey, Keith and
Dana.

-

In Beloved Memory Of

ANN ROTH

Two years have come
arid gone since you left
us, Mother dear, but
we never stop thinking
of all the precious mo-
ments we spent with
you. Always in our
thoughts. Son, Allan;
aughter and son-in-
law, Sandy and Ivan
Collins; and grand-
daughter, Marla.

Fridiy, March 22, 1974-55

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Park, died March 17. He
leaves two sons, Jack and
Calvin of Plymouth; two
daughters, Mrs. Joseph
(Reva) Warren and Mrs. Abe
(Corinne) Goldberg; and 11
grandchildren.

GUSTAVE COHEN, 19245
Archer, died March 14. He
leaves a daughter, Frances.
* * *
PETER CUSHLEN, former
Detroiter of Los Angeles,
died March 17. He leaves a
son, Alvin; two daughters,
Mrs. David J. (Gertrude)
of Detroit and Mrs. Louis
(Blanche) Stone of Florida;
four grandchildren and seven
great-grandchildren. Inter-
ment Detroit.
* *
REBECCA GITTELMAN,
48901 Cardinal, Utica, died
March 18. Survived by two

More Obituaries
Page 44

MAX MILLER of New
York City died March 19. He
leaves a son, Dr. Mathew;
two daughters, Mrs. Mary
Harnick and Mrs. Kalman
(Rose) Kalish; a brother,
Samuel F. of Detroit; two
sisters, Mrs. Samuel (Min-
nie) Londer of Madison
Heights and Mrs. Samuel
(Pauline) Rosenberg of De-
troit; two grandchildren •and
two great-grandchildren. In-
terment New Jersey.
* *
SYLVIA OLESHANSKY,
15225 James, Oak Park, died
March 14. Survived by two
sons, Nathan and Herman
of Eggertsville, N.Y.; two
daughters, Mrs. Albert
(June) Watnick and Mrs.
(Anne) Marx of Highland
Park, Ill.; 13 grandchildren
and three great-grandchil-
dren.

SAMUEL °NICKEL, 21950
Whitmore, Oak Park, died
March 20. Survived by two
sons, Irving and Sheldon; and
seven grandchildren.

Louis H. Handler, fight
referee and boxing promoter
in the Detroit area for more
than 30 years and co-owner
of Camp Tamakwa, died
March 20 at age 64.

Herman Goldman,
of Ad 'Company, 58

Herman L. Goldman, an
salesman for
advertising
many years and vice presi-
dent and general manager of
Sports Service, Inc., died
March 20 at age 58.
Borh in Brownsville, Pa.,
Mr. Goldman, 14770 Borg-
man, Oak Park, lived 32
years in Detroit. He was the
advertising director for the
Detroit Tigers, and did adver-
tising work for the Pistons,
Red Wings and the Detroit
Loves, the city's new profes-
sional tennis teani. He was a
member of the Adcraft Club.
He is survived by his wife,
Frieda; two sons, Jules and
Alan of Ann Arbor; two bro-
thers, Andrew Schlesinger
and Milton Schlesinger; two
sisters, Mrs. Jack (Edith)
Weiss and Mrs. Irving (Irene)
Gilbert; and two grandchil-
dren.

Mr. Handler, 16157 Car-
riage Tr., Southfield, was
the director of the Algonquin
Park in Ontario for 39 years.
He was a member of the
Detroit Consistory and the
Moslem Temple. He also was
a member of Cong. Mishkan
Israel.
He leaves his wife, Phyllis;
two daughters, Mindy and
Mrs. Badre (Jennifer) Abudi
of Israel; and one grand-
child. Services will be held
11:30 a.m. today at Ira Kauf-
man Chapel.

WE REMEMBER
711:17■2 71t1

During the
coming week
Yeshivoth Beth
Yehudah will
observe the
Yohrzeits of the
following d es-
parted friends,
with the tradi-
tional Memor-
ial Prayers, re-
citation of
Kaddish and
Studying of
Mishnayos.

daughters, Mrs. Harry
* *
(Toby) Seligman of Staten
ANNA
PASMANTER,
25623
Island, N.Y., and Mrs. Ru-
ben (Martha) Peterson; one Lincoln Terr., Oak Park,
sister and five grandchildren. died March 17. She leaves
two sons, Norman and Mar-
A difference between prom_
PEARL GRUNDHALT, tin; two daughters, Mrs.
15235 Northgate, Oak Park, Abraham (Sylvia) Mitchnick ise and performance is a
Nissan Mar.
died March 17. Survived by and Mrs. Henry (Barbara) politician.
24
1
Louis Alper
Render;
three
sisters
and
12
two nephews, Dr. Arthur B.
24
Louis Gladstone 1
grandchildren.
Dr. Chas.
Schiff and Dr. Herman S.
24
1
Ornstein,
:: *
Schiff.
24
1
Berta Palman
SARAH RADNER, 26051
24
1
Annie Sarko
24
1
Sarah Siegel
LENA HOCHMAN died Lahse r, Southfield, died
24
1
Louis Slakter
24
1
Rose Smith
March 20. She leaves a March 21. Survived by two
24
I
Hyman Taback
brother, Simon Weingarden; sons, Ralph and Leonard; a
24
1
Sam Turkel
24
and two sisters, Mrs. Meyer daughter, Mrs. Sam (Bea-
M. H. Zackheim 1
25
2
Abe Barg
(Elizabeth) Levens and Mrs. trice) Schwartz; eight grand-
25
Jacob Fleischman 2
Eve Hirshman, both of Cali- children and six great-grand-
25
Esther Gellman 2
25
2
children.
Services
1:30
p.m.
Fred
Kline
fornia.
25
Sadie Moehiman 2
* *
today at Hebrew Memorial
25
Robert B. Novitz 2
25
2
Etta C. Slakter
HIEM JACOB, former De- Chapel.
25
2
Chava Yaker
MONTROSE S AN F 0 R D
troiter of Miami Beach, died
26
3
Harry Ablitz
FLANDERS
died
March
18.
26
3
Mannie Cohen
March 18. He leaves his wife,
26
3
Isaac
Goldstein
Beatrice; a son, Gerald of Survived by two daughters,
26
3
Eva Hayman
26
3
San Rafael, Calif.; a daugh- Mrs. Robert (Dianne) Brin-
Fanny Heifeitz
26
3
Harry
Rimar
ing
and
Mrs.
Thomas
(Mar-
ter, Mrs. Allen (Ruth Anne)
26
Rachel Seyburn 3
Lippitt of Columbus, 0. ; two cia) O'Brien; and five grand-
26
3
Jack Sklar
27
4
Juda Gottlieb
brothers, three sisters and children. *
27
*
Hyman A. Keys 4
two grandchildren.
27
Betsey Linovitz 4
27
SAMUEL
STEINBERG,
4
Jack
Malin
* * *
27
4
Goldie B. Rapp
MARY LIEBERMAN, 11501 25607 Lincoln Terr., Oak
Louis A.
4 27
Woolman
Unveiling announcements may Petoskey, died March 20. Park, died March 18. He
28
5
Mary Baxter
be inserted by mail or by calling
leaves his wife, Esther; a
28
5
Lillian Farell
The Jewish News office, 17515 W. Survived by two sisters, Mrs.
28
Reva Lips' hutz 5
9 Mile Rd., Southfield, Mich. 48075, Sidney (Rose) Huntman of son,- Robert; three sisters
28
5
Bene
Maizberg
356-8400. Written announcements
and three grandchildren.
28
5
must be accompanied by the name Tarzana, Calif., and Mrs. Al-
Esther Messing
* * *
28
5
Flora Morris
and address of the person making bert (Lillian) Fleiss of Long
5
28
A
telephone
call
to
us,
Samuel Remer
the insertion. There is a standing
ELLA
WEISS,
21219
Mahon
28
charge of $4.50 for an unveiling Beach, Calif.
Chaye E. Singer 5 29
gives you the assurance
Southfield, died March
notice, measuring an inch in
Frank Friedman 6
that
a
man
you
know
is
29
depth and $8.00 for one two inches
Yetta Gladstone 6
ALICE (LEVINE) LYONS, 20. SurVived by her husband,
29
6
deep with a black border.
helping you.
Minnie Lazarus
29
6
former Detroiter of North Bernard; four sons, Harvey,
Nathan Lee
* 0 *
30
Philip
of
Los
Angeles,
Karl
We can make the desired.
Mayer Berman
7 7 30
The family of the late Miami, died March 19. She and Albert of Mecallen, Tex.;
Anna Bolotin
arrangements regardless
30
Martin Feldman 7
Goldie Kravitz announces the leaves her husband, Irving; one brother, two sisters and
of
where
a
death
occurs.
30
Fay
H.
Freeman
7 30
a
daughter,
Mrs.
Jerome
unveiling of a monument in
David J. Kabaker 7
nine grandchildren.
(Gloria)
Arfa;
and
two
30
7
Morris
Kent
*
*
her memory 11 a.m. Sunday,
Worldwide Service
30
7
Irving Osnos
March 24 at Chesed Shel grandchildren.
30
7
Musha
Stein
CHARLES WOLOK, 23050
Julius
W.
Cemetery. Rabbi Goldschlag
Parklawn, Oak Park, died
IRA
KAUFMAN
CHAPEL
7
,
30
Webber
will officiate. Relatives and Ruth Friedland, 64, March 16. Survived by a son,
30
7
Libbe Wolfson
friends are asked to attend.
Mi c h a el of Brooklyn; a
18325 W. Nine Mite Rd.
Medical Secretary
daughter, Saralyn; five
Yeshivoth Beth
Southfield
Ruth Friedland, a medical brothers and three sisters.
The family of the late
Yehudah
Elgin 7-5200
Joseph A. Roover announces secretary at the U.S. Public
15751 W. Lincoln Dr.
the unveiling of a monument Health Service Hospital here
Southfield
Ira and Herbert Kaufman
in his memory 2 p.m. Sun- for more than 15 years, died MONUMENT CENTER, INC.
Phone 557-6750
day, March 31 at Hebrew March 17 at age 64.
661 E. 8 MILE, FERNDALE
1 1/2 Blocks E. of Woodward •
Memorial Park. Rabbi Gold-
Born in Toledo, Miss Fried-
6 Blks from 3 Jewish
schlag will officiate. Rela- land, 26051 Lahser, South-
Cemeteries on Woodward ,
tives and friends are asked field, lived 15 years in De-
JO 4-5557,
to attend.
troit. She was a founding LI 2-8266
*
*
member of the Business and
The family of the late Sol Professional Chapter of Ha-
Sidney A. Deitch
Yolles announces the unveil- dassah and for many years
ie -c 7ine.st in Ihnitments
ing of a monument in his served as its recording sec-
DETROIT
FORMERLY KARL BERG MEMORIALS
memory 1 p.m. Sunday, retary. She also was a mem-
MONUMENT WORKS
March 31 at Clover Hill Me- ber of Cong. Bnai David.
MANUEL URBACH & SON
14441 W. 11 Mile Rd
She leaves a niece, Mrs. Gardner,
morial Park. Rabbi Groner
betty. Coohdge A Greeni o-td
-jib
13405
CAPITAL
at COOLIDGE • OAK PK. • LI 4-2212 •
470 -0 3 30
Eve
39 ♦ 27I1
will officiate. Relatives and Lawrence (Judy) Crosby;
and
a
nephew,
Alan
Blender.
friends are asked to attend.

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