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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-10-11

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS friday, October 11, 1974-55

Bessie Friedman, Owned Plumbing Firm

Bessie Friedman, co-owner
and co-founder of Morris
Friedman and Sons, plumb-
ing and heating contractors,
died Tuesday at age 80.
Born in Russia, Mrs. Fried-
man lived 63 years in Detroit.
The company which she
helped found was started in
- 1916 in Detroit and has been
located in Hazel Park since
1946.
She was a member of
Cong. Beth Achim and its
sisterhood, Odessa Progres-
sive Aid Society and Mozier
Society. She was one of the
foun ,4 --s of the women's au-
,f the Master Plumb-
ers .kssociation of Detroit.
She resided at 10774 Lincoln,
Huntington Woods.
She leaves her husband,
Morris; two sons, Leo and
lfred; -four daughters, Mrs.
Morris (Ann) Lazaroff of
Ballwin, Mo., Mrs. Isadore
(Frances) Chaiken, Mrs.
Louis (Mona) Cohen and

Dr. Shlomo Levy,
.Represented JNF

JERUSALEM t(JTA) -Dr.
Shlomo Levy, a veteran em-
ploye of the Jewish National
Fund, died here recently at
age 75.
Dr. Levy was born in Yugo-
slavia and came to Palestine
In the 1920s after earning de-
grees in philosophy and bi-
ology at European universi-
ties.
He was involved in build-
ing the JNF's main office in
Jerusalem but spent much of
his career representing the
JNF and the Zionist move-
ment abroad.
Dr. Levy served as JNF
director in Yugoslavia and
during World War II orga-
nized .JNF and Zionist ac-
tivities in Australia. After
the war * was a member
of the management at the
JNF's head office here.

OBITUARIES

Mrs. Leonard (Lorraine)
Lerner; a sister, Mrs. Sam •
(Bertha) Epstein; 16 grand-
GUSSIE. BORISOFF, 27655
MARY .GLIEBERMAN,
children and eight great-
Abington, Southfield, died 16180 Oxley, Southfield, died
grandchildren.
Oct. 4. She leaves two sons, Oct. 8. She leaves a daugh-
Dr. Fred J. Borson and Sy ter, Mrs. William (Beatrice)
Borsen; one brother, three Casman; one brother, six
Oscar Moss, 66,
sisters and six grandchildren. grandchildren and five great-
• *
grandchildren.
Food Firm Head
* *
Oscar Moss, chairman of
DR. DAVID PEVIN CUR-
JENNIE HANNAN. 18520
the board of Kramer Food HAN died Oct. 3. He leaves
Co. of Hazel Park, died Oct. a son, Daniel; two daugh- W. S'even Mile, died Oct. 4.
5 at age 66.
ters, Barbara and Laura; She leaves a daughter, Mrs.
A veteran of World War II, his mother, Dr. Pauline Pe- George (Ida) Weiswasser;
Mr. Moss lived in Detroit vin Curhan; and a brother, one 'brother, one sister and
since 1938. He was a mem- Dr. Robert Curhan of Nar- one grandchild. Interment
Bay City.
ber of Cong. Beth Abraham- ragansett, R. I.
* *
Hillel, and was a founding
* *
WILLIAM
MORRIS ISEN-
member of Downtown-Fox
SHIRLEY MARION FOX,
Lodge of Bnai Brith. He re- 13401 Oak Park Blvd., Oak BERG, 19443 St. Francis, Li-
sided at 16208 Cumberland, Park, died Oct. 8. Survived vonia, died Oct. 4. Survived
Southfield.
by a son, Gordon; a daugh- by his wife, Sarah; two sons,
He is survived by his wife, ter, Sheryl; one brother and Dennis and Terry; and two
sisters.
Dr. Selma S.; and a brother- two sisters.
*
in-law and sister-in-law, Mr.
'r
*
CELIA
KAUFFMAN,
29136
and Mrs. Norbert (Elsie)
KURT 'FREUND, 14101 W.
Robert.
Nine Mile, Oak Park, died Ramblewood Dr., Farming-
Oct. 4. Survived by his wife, ton Hills, died Oct. 8. Sur-
Gertrude; a daughter, Mrs. vived by two sons, Robert
Sophie Kuhn, 66
Simon (Lucia) Cymerint; one Kaufman and Seymour; a
brother and three grandchil- daughter, Mrs. Louis (Zelda)
Bar Co-Owner
Lofman; one sister, 10 grand-
dren.
Sophie Kuhn, who with her
children and two great-grand-
late husband Oscar, owned
children.
Oscar's Bar on Livernois and Maier Finsterwald,
Elmhurst Sts. for 40 years,
PHILIP KAUFMAN died
Company Owner
died Sept. 30 at age 66.
Oct. 9. He leaves a daughter,
Mrs. Kuhn was a member
Maier B. Finsterwald, re- Mrs. Dan (Florence) Rose;
of Cong. Beth Achim. She tired owner of the C. A. one sister, five grandchildren
resided at 18716 Sorrento.
Finsterwald Co., founded by and two great-grandchildren.
She leaves two daughters, his father, died Tuesday at
Mrs. Albert (Bernice) Han- age 73.
BERTHA LE RN ER , 22955
dler and Mrs. Allan (Lor-
Mr. Finsterwald was a Wrexford, Southfield, died
raine) Rirnar; two brothers, member of the Perfection Oct. B. Survived by two
Samuel Gold and Hyman Lodge of the Masons, Moslem sons, Samuel of Tucson, and
Gold; and three grandchil- Temple Shrine and a life Albert; and five grandchil-
dren.
member of Temple Beth El. dren.
*
*
He leaves his wife, Louise;
ROSE LESTER, 16556 Pine-
two daughters, Mrs. Harold
Harry Herbert, 74, Prager and Mrs. Arnold hurst, died Oct. 10. She leaves
husband, Abraham; a
Welfare Board Aide Sandubrae; four sisters, one her
NEW YORK-Harry Herb- brother and four grandchil- son, Edward; four daughters,
Mrs. Theodore (Alice) Ma-
ert, director of the support dren.
and development services of
the National Jewish Welfare Jacob Cukerman,
In Remembrance of
Board from 1951 to his re-
THELMA L.
Towel_
Firm
Owner
tirement in 1966, died Sun-
Jacob Cukerman, owner of
day at age 74.
GORDON
the Michigan Towel Supply
A mother . .. a grand-
Co. for 50 years, died Mon-
mother . . . a decade
day at age 81.
has passed in her ab-
A native of Poland, Mr.
sence. Still we remem-
Cukerman was active in Jew-
ber the good times, we
have the memories of
The center re-opened, and ish and charitable organiza-
her love.
,Wiesenthal raised funds, as a tions, including the Sholem
Eileen, Ervin and
financial cushion speaking in Aleichem School, Jewish
Welfare Federation and Bnai
Judy Gold;
the U.S. last year.
and Steven and
He said--fund raising would Brith.
He leaves two grandchil-
Susan Gold
be more difficult now because
of the economy. The majority dren.
of his fund-raising efforts
have been in the U.S. and
the Netherlands, and he said
that most of his supporters
In Memory of My Beloved
have a higher priority in don-
ating to 'Israel.
Husband

"This is as it should be,"
he said, and he accepts no
LOUIS I. SHAER
donations from Israel.
Who passed away Oct. 13,
1964. To some he may be
ORT Israel Trains
forgotten, to others a part
in Self-Defense
of the past, but to me who
TEL AVIV - Seventeen
loved and lost him, his
teachers, both men and wom-
memory will always last
en, of the ORT Israel net-
forever.
work completed the first
course in self-defense train-
Loving wife,
ing organized in cooperation
Sylvia, and family
with the ministry of educa-
tion and the department for
physical training of the De-,
fense Forces.

Bank Failure May Force Closing
of Nazi Documentation Center

VIENNA - The collapse of
a small Austrian bank may
_force the closing of the Jew-
ish Documentation Center
here, which Simon Wiesen-
thal operates to trace Nazi
criminals. •
Wiesenthal, who spent five
years tracking Aldolph Eich-
mann and 30 years tracing
hundreds of Nazi war crim-
inals, said he has considered
closing his operation because
of the loss of nine-months'
-- operating, expenses in the
bar - ilure. He declined to
the exact amount.
disL
Friends in Germany and
the United States are helping
to ke--, the center open. Only
-$2,5 the bank account is
JproteL.ted by the Austrian
-cgoverziment.
Wiesenthal, 65, started the
center after he was released
from the Mauthausen death
amp in 1945. The small op-
eration included only his
files, i copying machine, two
secretaries and several stu-
dents.
The center closed in 1954
after interest in his work de-.
dined. He worked for five
years in his spare time to
trace Eichmann, head of the
Gestapo Jewish section who
was convicted and executed
by Israel in 1962.

son, Mrs. George (Doris)
Taxe, Mrs. Julian (Ruth)
Lefkowitz and Mrs. Samuel
(Lenor) Miller; four 'broth-
ers, two sisters and 16 grand-
children.
*
LOUIS MADORSKY, 23241
Berkley, Oak Park, died Oct.
6. He leaves his wife, Jen-
nie; a son, Melvin; a daugh-
ter, Mrs. Robert (Norma)
Goldman; three brothers,
three sisters and four grand-
children.
*
AARON MASON died Oct.
9. He leaves a son, Theodore;
two daughters, Mrs. Theo-
dore (Rose) Uretsky and Mrs.
Morris (Ruth) Kimmel; one
sister, nine grandchildren and
two great-grandchildren.
* *
CELIA NAGEL, 19318 Fen-
more, died Oct. 7. Survived
by her husband, Harry; two
sons, Bernard . and Allan; one
brother, four sisters and one
grandchild.



ISABELLE SCHNEIDER,
8206 Merrill, died Oct. 6. Sur-
vived by her husband, Harry;
a son, Irving; and a daugh-
ter, Arlene, both of Califor-
nia.
* *
GRACE STEIN, 50 W.
Square Lake, Bloomfield
Hills, died Oct. 6. Stirvived
by a son, Sol; a daughter,
Mrs. Arnold (Marion) Feld-
man of Willmette, Ill.; and
five grandchildren.
* *
MARSHALL S U S M A N,
1428 Ardmoor, Birmingham,
died Oct. 7. He leaves a
daughter, Mrs. Donald (El-
eapor) Thal; one sister and
three grandchildren. Inter-
ment New York.
* * *
DOROTHY (KOLLEN-
BERG) TISON, 18967 Arch-
dale, died Oct. 7. She leaves
three brothers, Hesel H.,
Kollenberg, Samuel Kollen-
berg and George Kollenberg;
and two sisters, Jennie Kol-
lenberg and - Mrs. Louis
(Irene) Lawson.

MONUMENT CENTER, INC.

661 E. 11 MILE, FERNDALE
1 1 /2 Blocks E. ctf Woodward
6 Biks from , 3 Jewish
Cemeteries on Woodward

LI 24266


18325 W. .9 MILE RD.. SOUTHFIELD

JO 44551

Oct. 8. Survived by a daugh-
ter, Mrs. Meyer (Lora) Zol-
kower; two sisters, two
grandchildren and two great-
grandchildren.

11/

WE IMAM

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

TISHRI OCT.
Chaya S.
13
27
Dworkin
13
27
Oscar Katz
13
27
Leah Sherr
13
27
Kalman Silber
13
27
Ida Solomon
Molly
13
27
Weingarden
13
27
Simon Young
14
Israel Grossman 28
Joseph W.
14
28
Mattler
14
28
Edward Stark
Morris P.
14
28
Yampolsky
Eva R.
28 , 14
Waterstone
15
Muriel Bennett 29
15
29
Markus Elfer
15
Menachem Hertz 29
15
evine
29
Vit
15
EvFRosenberg 29
15
Rose Shlosberg 29
Dinah
15
29
Superstine
15
Mary Tatelbaum 29
Max B. Berent
30
16
30
16
Ida Bronstein
30
16
Ida Freedman
16 ,
Moses Goldberg 30
Bracha
Goldstein
30
16,
Sam Rosenberg 30
16
16
Freda Sachs
30
Hirsch
16
30
Saperstein
Maurice
Steingold
30
16
CHESVAN OCT.
Noah Bushkin
1
17
Tzvi Engelbaum
1
17
Ida Gastic
1
17
Henry Hubert
1
17
Sidney Kaplan
1
17
Dora Kramer
1
17
Mary Berman
2
18
Mechemiah Isbee 2
18
Simon Berman
2
18
Isadore Katz
2
18
Samuel Paul
I
18
Louis Sheftel
2
18
Jacob
Herschberg
3
19
3
Louis Aaron
19
Louis Goldsmith 3
19
Phyllis S.
Hurwitz
3
19
Louis I. Kramer
3
19
Libbie Schneider 3
19
Rebecca Siegel
3
19
Fannie Steingold 3
19

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MONUMENT/WORKS

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Yehudah

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