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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-06-28

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OBITUARIES

CHERI H. GAYNOR, 28755
Tavistock Tr., Southfield,
':ied June 24. She leaves her
parents, Dr. and Mrs. Alex
Gaynor (Lorraine Trubo-
witz); and six brothers, Dr.
Laure" e of Denver, Michael,
Jeff' and Neal, Mark and
I rubowitz.
* * *
__.
FANNY SURATH GOLOB,
15408 Manor, died June 25.
urvived by her husband,
Hyman; two sons, Morris and
John Surath; three daugh-
ters, Mrs. Louis (Gertrude)
Schwartz, Mrs. Daniel (Bes-
sie) Wasserman and Mrs.
arah Slipson; nine grand-
children and 14 great-grand-
children.
* * *
CATHERINE KALMAN,
20404 Cheyenne, died June
26. She leaves two sons, Dr.
Albert S. and Dr. Richard I;

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William M. Stein,
of Equipment Firm

William M. Stein, chairman
of the board of Canton China
and Equipment Co., a whole-
sale distributor of food serv-
ice equipment and supplies,
died June 22 at age 64.
Mr. Stein, 16174 Oxley,
Southfield, was associated
with the company, founded
by his father, for 47 years
and in 1963 became its presi-
dent. He was a member of
Zager-Stone Lodge of Bnai
Brith, Mosiac Lodge of the
Masons, and the Food Servo'
'-' ice Executive, Food Equip-
ment Distributors and the
' Michigan Restaurant associa-
.ons. He also was a member
of Cong. Bnai David.
. He leaves his wife, Gladys;
three sons, Bruce, Seymour
-.and Leo; a daughter, Janice;
a brother, Leonard; two sis-
ters; Mrs. Meyer (Sarah)
Pearlman and Mrs. Ralph
(Ethel) Rosenblatt of N.
Hollywood. Calif.; and eight
grandchildren.

a daughter, Mrs. Paul (Eve-
lyn) Talberg; three brothers
and 11 grandchildren. / -
* * *
LEAH K 0 V E N, 27245
Devonshire, Southfield, died
June 21. She leaves her hus-
band, Dr. Samuel; a son,
Sheldon J. ; a daughter, Mrs.
Melvin (Norrine) Freeman;
her mother, Mrs. Molly
Baschin; two sisters and two
grandchildren.

*

* *

SAMUEL D. LIPKIN, 25613
Greenfield, Southfield, died
June 26. He leaves his wife,
Frances; a son, Howard;
two daughters, Mrs. Leslie
(Joanne) Levine and Mrs.
Sheldon (Karen) Schore; two
brothers, one sister and five
/ grandchildren.

*

*

TILLIE RATNER, 18498
Lauder, died June 19. She
leaves two daughters, Mrs.
Samuel (Rose) Silverstein of
California and Mrs. Eugene
(Bertha) Sokolov; five grand-
children and six great-grand-
children.
* *
DAVE ROTTENBERG,
10050 W. 9 Mile, Oak Park,
died June 24. He leaves two
brothers, Louis Redmond and
Lawrence of Long Beach,
Calif., and a sister, Mrs.
Milton (Gladys) Hoffman.
* * *
GUSSIE SCHECHTER,
26900 Franklin, Southfield,
died June 23. Survived ,by
two daughters, Mrs. Hyman
(Ann) Parker and Mrs. Leo
(Rose) Rozanoff; and four
grandchildren.

* *

Harry Goldsmith; and a sis-
ter, Mrs. Sam Moreau. In-
terment Tampa.
* *
NINA SOVERINSKY, 19100
W. Seven Mile, died June 23.
Survived by a son, David
Wallack of Framingham,
Mass.; two daughters, Mrs.
Jack (Elizabeth) Little of W.
Hartford, Conn., and Mrs.
Ronald (Gertrude) Freeman;
one sister, six grandchildren
and 12 great-grandchildren.
* * *
SYLVIA STAR (KAGAN),
former Detroiter of Encino,
Calif., died June 23. She
leaves her husband, Richard;
a daughter, Sandy; her
mother, Mrs. Samuel (Rose)
Kagan of Detroit; a brother,
Norman Kagan of Detroit;
and two sisters, including
Mrs. Bernard (Bernice)
Levin of Detroit. Interment
California.

*

SARAH TRUBOW, 26180
Raine, Oak Park, died June
23. She leaves a son, Gerald
H. of Sepulveda, Calif.; two
daughters, Mrs. Max (Syl-
via) Feldman of Hollywood,
Fla. and Mrs. Jascha (Es-
telle) Selman of Israel; two
brothers, two sisters, six
grandchildren and two great-
grandchildren.

* *

MOLLY VALIAN, died
June 21. She leaves a daugh-
ter, Mrs. Clifford (Freda)
Washington; and two grand-
children.

Sarah L. Brodsky,
Hospital Cytologist



Hebrew Benevolent Society

(Chesed Shel Emes)

SAM NELSON

(Pres. 1941, 1942, 1947-49)

1 1 th of Tammuz
July 1st

20th of Tammuz
July 10th

24th of Tammuz
July 14th

Power without responsi-
bility is the key to most
highway disasters these days.

ROME (JTA)—Pope Paul
VI last weekend launched an
appeal in favor of the Pales-
tinians which he described
as left "in a state of abandon
and suffering which has
lasted too long."
Addressing the College of
Cardinals, the Pope said the
Church "encourages the
search for a just and digni-
fied means to end the for-
midable and tragic difficul-
ties linked to the fate of the
Palestinian people."
Turning to Jerusalem, the
pontiff called on three major
monotheistic religions to end
their "continual claims" on
the ancient city, which he
said, should be "a symbol of
peace."
Referring to Pr esident
Nixon's mission to Israel and

N

DARIUS MILHAUD

His mother, Sophie Allatini,
a native of Marseilles, came
from a distinguished family
of Sephardic' Jews in Italy.
Mr. Milhaud enjoyed suc-
cess in the U.S.; where he
was the first conductor of
the Chicago Symphony Or-
chestra. Among the institu-
tions in the U.S. that honored
him was Brandeis Univer-
sity.
Mr. Milhaud was a mem-
ber of "The Six," an arbi-
trary name given to six
French composers whom he
said "all knew each other
and were .good friends, and
because we appeared on the
same programs without any
regard to our different tem-
peraments and styles."
Mr. Milhaud often referred
to himself as "a Frenchman
from Provence and by reli-
gion a Jew." He was said to
have won as much acclaim
for his collaboration with
Claudel, a Catholic, as he
did for his musical settings
of Jewish poetry, drama and
liturgy.
In 1940, Mr. Milhaud fled
France from the Germans
who occupied the country
and came to the U.S. A
teaching position at Mills
College was to provide his
permanent link to America.

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Remembers their departed President and
Board Members, whose Yorzeit is observed
in the month of Tar=nmuz.

BEN COHEN ABE MILLER

operas, cantatas, ballets,
symphonies and chamber
music pieces to his credit,
died June 22 at age 81.
Born in Aix-en-Provence
where his family, members
of the Comtadin Hebrew sect
had prospered for many
years, Mr. Milhaud was the
son of an almond exporter.

*

Sarah L. Brodsky, a medi-
RUTH G. SIMS, former
Detroiter of Tampa, died cal technologist and cytolo-
June 22. Survived by a son, gist (study of cells) at Her-
Roger of Detroit; a brother, man Kiefer Hospital for the
past 32 years, died June 21
at age 56.
Dr. Alfred Mirsky,
A native Detroiter, Miss
Brodsky specialized in can-
NY Biochemist, 73
cer research. She was grad-
NEW YORK — Dr. Alfred uated from Wayne State
E. Mirsky, a pioneer in University in 1940 with a de-
molecular biology, died June gree in medical technology,
19 at age 73.
and was on the staff of
As a Rockefeller Univer- Marygrove College:
In Honor of the
Miss Brodsky, who has had
sity biochemist, Dr. Mirsky
found methods nearly 30 several of her research
Memory of
years • ago to isolate the papers published in medical
genetic material of animal journals, was a charter mem-
FRANCES
ber and secretary of the
cells for scientific study.
BEKER
The material that Dr. Michigan Cytology Associa-
Mirsky and a colleague, the tion and the American So-
Who died four years
late Dr. Arthur Pollister, ciety of Medical Technolo-
isolated was called chroma- gists. She also was a mem-
agr. The family from
tin, a mixture of DNA ber of the Business and Pro-
" visited her grave. -
(deoxyribonucleic acid) pro- fessional Chapter of Hadas-
teins, called histones, and sah. Miss Brodsky resided
at 19145 Berg.
other, proteins.
She leaves a brother,
Nathan; and two sisters,
Betty and Mrs. Sy (Sally)
IN MEMORIAM •
Kraft.

The

Friday, June 28, 1974-47
Darius Milhaud THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Composer, 81 • Pope Urges 3 Faiths End Claims
NEW YORK — Darius Mil-
haud, French Jewish com- on Jerusalem, Pities Refugees
poser with more than 400

.

The Family of the Late

four Arab nations, the Pope
said:
"Thus we do not wish to
pass over in silence the new
light of hope for peace in the
Middle East which has been
kindled by the intense activ-
ity and the converging joint
efforts of men in the high
posts of responsibility — a
peace so yearned for and so
difficult: "

WE •REMEMBER
711:112 ritx

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

Tammuz
Maurice
10
Bordelove
Benjamin
10
Chernoff
Hyman D.
10
Dorman
Bertha Harbor 10
Bertha Kashtan 10
10
Edward Levitt
Fannie Slosberg 10

11
Sol N. Bloch
11
Samuel Goren
Sarah
Greenbaum
11
Nathan Korman 11
Max Ruzumna 11
Sophia Saulson 11
Margaret Selik 11
Dave Stein
11
11
Rose Stoler
Rachel
Wrotslaysky 11
Nathan
Zabludovsky 11
Florence Eglar 12
Sarah Kozoichyk 12
Marion Leven
12
Saul Levine
12
Hyman _
Mandelbaum 12
Nochum
Rosenberg
12
Sylvia Schneider 12
Jack Silverman 12
Chaim Z.
Strauss
12
Celia Terebeto
12
Irving Kleir
13
Max Neimark
13
Lillian Rossman 13
Tcharne
Schneider
13
Wolf Schneider 13
Harry Seaman 13
Riva Browns
14
Molly Cohen
14
Bessie Goldstein 14
Sol Grossbard
14
Philip Grossman 14
Samuel Spitzer 14
Aron Temchin 14
Abraham Doktor 15
Samuel Gluck
15
Leon Kersh
15
Morris Lerman 15
Bennie Lubarsky 15
Anna Sameroff 15
Lena Waldman 15
Nathan
Backhaut
16
Anna C. Dear
16
Isaac Kashtan
16
Eva Levine
16
Joseph Loewy
16
Rebecca
Plotnick
16
Bessie Weber
16

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Yeshivoth Beth
Yehudah

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Southfield
Phone 557-6750

ANNE SIEGEL

Acknowledges with
grateful appreciation
the many kind expres-
sions of sympathy ex-
tended by relatives and
friends during the fam-
ily's recent bereave.
ment.

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