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October 25, 1974 - Image 55

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-10-25

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, October 25, 1974-55

' tei:
Reuben Rubin acclaimed Pam

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He was born in Galati, sion to Romania. He repre-
TEL AVIV (JTA)-Reuben
Rubin, an internationally Romania in 1893 and came to sented Israel in Bucharest
Herman 'Carson,
famous Israeli artist who Palestine in 1912 to be one for two years, returning
Local Physician
once served as his country's of the first students of Boris home in 1950 to devote the
Dr. Herman J. Carson, a envoy to Romania, died Oct. Schatz, founder of the Be- rest of his life to painting.
longtime Detroit physician 13 at age 81.
zalel school of art in Jeru-
with offices at 19149 W.
salem. Later he studied at
Seven Mile, died Oct. 21 at
the Academy of Fine Arts in Harry,Lutz 74 ,
Zelda Gordon, 48, Paris and held his first ex- Founder of Firm
age 63.
Born in Detroit, Dr. Carson Real Estate Agent
hibition in New York in 1920.
Harry Lutz, founder and
earned a BS degree at the
'He returned to Palestine in president of the Lutz News
Zelda Gordan, a longtime
University of Detroit and was
real estate broker, died Wed- 1922 and the following year Co., a longtime distributor of
graduated from Wayne State nesday at age 48.
arranged an exhibition of his out-of-town newspapers in the
University's medical school.
A native Detroiter, Miss and other Palestinian artists' Detroit area, died Oct. 23 at
He was a member of the Gordan was an active mem- 'works at the Jerusalem Cit- age 74.
Wayne County Medilcal So- ber of the Michigan Cancer adel. Among his most fam-
Born in Russia ; Mr. Lutz
ciety, Mairnonides Medical Society. She resided at 25603 bus paintings are panoramic lived 70 years in Detroit. He
Society and Phi Delta Epsi- Greenfield, Southfield.
landscapes of Safed, the Gal- resided at 16500 N. Park,
lon medical fraternity.
• She is survived by a ilean hills and olive groves. Soutbfield.
He also was a member of brother, Sherell; and a sis-
He leaves his wife, Clara;
When the state of Israel
us Club of Detroit ter, Mrs. Jack (Sandra)
the
a son, Joel; three brothers,
was
established
in
1948,
Mr.
O'Shanter Country Stein. Services 10:30. a.m.
Albert, Ben and Edward; a
e resided at 4755 today at Hebrew Memorial Rubin was named to head sister, Mrs. Philip (Jean)
Bra erton, Bloomfield Hills. Chapel.
Israel's first diplomatic mis- Soffa;: and two grandchildren.
He leaves his wife, Ger-
aldine; two sons, Dr. Rich-
-ard of Englewood, Colo., and
Louis; and eight grandchil-
dren.
BERTHA BLUMENO, 23. She leaves her husband, cy) Nanny; and a sister, Mrs.
27335 Greenfield, Southfield, Bernard; a son, Stanley; a Max H. (Alice) Goldsmith
died Oct. 21. She leaves two daughter, Mrs. Mack (Ger- of Detroit. •Interment Cali-
sons, Harold and Norman; a trude) Lieberman;. two broth- fornia.
*
*
daughter Mrs. Frank, (Shir- ers, one sister and three
ley . ) Alexander of Flint; grandchildren.
MACK ROBINS, 1533 Cad-
three brothers, two sisters,
illac, died Oct. 18. Survived
DORIS C. HALPRIN died by a 'son, Melvin M.; a
10____grandehildren and two
Oct. 19. She leaves a son, Dr. daughter, Mrs. John (Ber-
great-grandchildren.
The family of the late Rose
*
gerald of Nashville; a daugh- nice) Love; four sisters and
Fishman announces the un-
SOPHIE CHAPMAN, 14041 ter, Mrs. Maurice (Barbara) eight grandchildren.
veiling of a monument in her W. Nine Mile, Oak Park, Katzman; her mother, Mrs.
* *
memory 1 p.m. Sunday, Oct. died Oct. 19. Survived by a -Abraham (Sadie) Domstein;
THEODORE SHXFFER
27, at Beth Tefilo Cemetery. sister, Mrs., Marcia Appel; two brothers and six grand- died Oct. 17. He leaves his
Rabbi Halpern will officiate. and one grandchild.
children.
wife -Sonia; a son, Joseph;
*
Relatives and 'friends are
a daughter, Mrs. Fred W.
asked to attend.
HARRY JACOBSON, for- (Betty) Row e; and two
JESSIE GERTRUDE
mer Detroiter of Ft. Lauder- grandchildren.
The y family ..*
of the late COOK. 23203 Riverside, dale, died Oct. 2. Survived
Southfield,
died
Oct.
19.
Sur-
Solomon Sleeper announces
by his wife, Rose; a daugh-
HARRY SHORE, former
the unveiling of a monument vived by a daughter, Mrs. ter, Mrs. Alan (Arlene) Walt
in his memory 12 noon Sun- Allen L. (Joyce Lorraine) of Detroit; a sister, Esther Detroiter of Natanya, Israel,
day, Oct. 27, at Stoliner Robinson; one brother, two of Detroit; and three grand- died Sept. 20. Survived by a
Section, Workmen's Circle sisters and one grandchild. children. Interment Ft. Lau- son, Alex of Cambridge,
Ohio; a daughter, Mrs. Louis
Cemetery.
Rabbi Gruskin
derdale.
(Bertha) Gross, one sister,
* *
will officiate. Relatives and
DAVID EMERMAN, 26575
six grandchildren and one
friends are asked to attend. Willowgrecn, Franklin Vill.
ANTONIE KORNBERG,
age, died Oct. 22. He leaves 24250 Majestic, Oak Park, great-grandchild.
his wife, Edith; three daugh- died Oct. 17. Survived by
The Family of the Late
SAM SIKE, former De-
ters, Mrs. Donald (Denise) two daughters, Mrs. Law-
Scherin, Mrs. Roger '(Nancy) rence _(Bertha) Wember and troiter of Long Beach, Calif.;
HELEN EILEEN
Kasle .and Mrs. Garry (Lau- Mrs. Jules (Harriet) Rubin died Oct. 17. Survived by his
FELDMAN
rie) Shulman; and three of Brooklyrr one sister and wife, Sadie; three - daughters,
Announces the unveil- -
Mrs, Harold (Fayanne) Gay-
grandchildren.
one grandchild.
ing of a monument in
* *
nor of Detroit, Mrs. Sam
her memory 2 p.m.
FRED GLUSMAN, •fornier • IIERSZ LICHTENSZAIN, (Teddy) Roska. and Mrs.
Sunday, Oct:- 27, at He-
Detroiter
of Los Ang6les, 4631. Parklawn, Oak Park, Harry (Ruth) Rose; one sis-
brew Memorial Park.
17: - Suvived by his ter, Mrs. Sophie Farber of
.
died Oce.....:212- Suryived by;lhis died 'Oct
Rabbi Conrad will of
Wife,
Szejndla;
a son, Jack Detroit; and five grandchil-
wife,
Frances;
a
son,
DaVid;
ficiate. Relatives and
a
daughlcr,
Mrs.
Earl
(Diane)
Lichteri;
a
daughter,
Mrs. dren. Interment Los Angeles.
friends are asked to
*
Grant Qf Detroit; two sisters, Nathan (Rachel) Greenberg;
attend.
including Mrs. Abraham and four grandchildren.
JACQUELINE SINGER,
.( Jean) Weiss of Detroit; and
former Detroiter' of Natanya,
two grandchildren. Interment
SAMUEL L. MANIS, 13740 Israel, died Oct. 2. Survived
Los Angeles.
Nadine, Oak Park, died Oct. by her husband, Jack; and
The family of the Late„
19. Survived: by three daugh- a- brother, Morton Segerman
JACOB GOLDSTEIN, 24120 ters, Mrs: Clarence (Elaine) , of Tucson. Interment Israel.
ROSE
-
Rensselaer, Oak Park, died Guttentag, Mrs. Nat (Mae)
* * *
GOLDFIELD
Oct. 24. Survived by his wife, Fisher of--, Rochester, N.Y.,
FANNIE WEISSE, 21800
Announces the unveil-
Mary;' :three sons, Herbert, I and Mrs.. Harold (Helen) Coolidge, Oak Park, died Oct.-
ing of a monument in
Alvin and Ronald; one broth- Kirschner; two brothers' and VI. Survived by her husband,
her memory 12:30 p.m.
er, one sister, eight grand- eight grandchildren.
Hyman; a son, Irving M.
Sunday, Oct. 27, at He-
*
children and three great-
Weisberg; two daughters,
brew Memorial Park
grandchildren. Services noon
BLANCHE ROBERTS, for- Mrs. Isadore (Sylvia) Ep-
Shel Ernes),
today at Hebrew Memorial 1 mer Detroiter of 40 Deodora, stein and Mrs. Irving (Es-
ruskin will of-
Chapel. • •
Atherton, Calif., 94025, died telle) Gladstone;'"one broth-
ficiate. Relatives and
Oct. 18. She leaves her hus- er, one sister, eight grand-
fri is are asked to
JULIA GROSSBERG, 21431 band, Milton; a son, William; children and three great-
a
Kipling, Oak Park, died Oct. a daughter, Mrs. David (Nan- grandchildren.

Obituaries

'Spanien, Ai di ed IGtiVeg 72

SYLVIA SYERS

Announces the unveil-
ing of a monument in
her memory 2 p.m.
Sunda y, Oct. 27, at
Machpelah Cemetery.
Rabbi Berman will of-
ficiate. Relatives and
friends are -asked to
attend. "

• MANUEL
WEISMAN

Acknowl,edges
with grateful apprecia-
tion the many kind ex-
pressions of sympathy
extended by relatives
and friends during the
family's recent be-
reavement.

In Memory of

ROY R. RUBEN

One year ago today as the leaves began to fall
You left us, Daddy, • with the greatest gift of all.
Your life gave our lives so much meaning and purpose
That your memory will be a gift for all of us to cherish.

Sadly missed by your wife, Vicky;
daughters, Rita and Rochelle;
grandchildren, Francine, Marc, David
and Debi; and great-grandson, Joey

WE REMEMBER

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

Cheshvan Oct.

27
Philip Berkowitz 11
27
11
Ida Elias
Charlotte
27
-11
Hochman
27
11
David Lapides
27
11
Zisel Silverman
27 '
11
Harry Pfeiffer
Mendel
27
11
Rabinovitch
28
12
Mayer Cohen
28
Anna Fegelman 12
Goldie Breshgold 12 .28
28
Pearl Knoppow 12
28
- 12
Ben Matz
Max Rosenbaum 12 28
28
12
Donald Schiff
28
12
Harry Shafer
Sarah S.
28
12
Tomashoff .
28
12
Jack Torch
29
13
•' Fannie Hubert
29
Samuel Mickelson 13
29
Samuel Schwartz . 13
29
.13
William Weisz
30
nstein 14
Yetta BOri
30
David Friedman 14
Nechemiah Y.
14
30
Kirsnianski
30
14
Leah Lakritz
14
30
Jacob Levin
30
14
Rose Wimmer
VS
31
Annie Citrin
31
David J. Goldberg '15
31
15
Frieda Lux
-31
Isadore Shechter 15
31
Fannie Zingeser 15
Nov.
1
16
Benjamin Apt
1
Bertha Apt
16
Abraham L.
1
16
Bresoff
16
1
Irving Doktor
1-
Moses P. Ellenson 16
1
16
William Finnk
1 -
Abraham Freed 16
2
Esther Averbach 17
17
2
Riba Boesky ..
17
2
Bertha Corn
2
Sophie Lerman 17
2
17
Regina Jaulus
17
2
Lea B. Lipkin
2
Joseph Oppen•17
2
17
Samuel Revzin
2
Lena Rosenbaum 17
2
17
Rosa Schloss .
2
17
Harold Sherr
2
17
Ethel Shorr

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The Family of the Late

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Sidney
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MONUMENT WORKS

Monument
Unveilings

The Family of the Late

In June, Mr. Spanien at-
tended the cornerstone living
ceremony in Jerusalem of the
Raphael Spanien Religious
-Comprehensive High School
established through the gen-
erosity of Mr. and Mrs. Irv-
ing Schneider of New York.
Mr. Spanien was the son of
the late Joseph Spanien, a
French Zionist leader, and
the brother of the late Samuel
Spanien, a French lawyer and
close associate of Leon Blum,
who served as Blum's de-
fense counsel at the infamous
trial in Riom in 1940.

GENEVA (JTA)-Raphael,
Spanien, co-director of the
European headquarters office
of United HIAS Service in
Geneva, died Oct. 11 at his
home here after a brief ill-
ness. He was 72.
Mr. Spanien, a French ,na-
tional, dedicated his entire
life to the service of Jews
fleeing persecution.
In 133, he joined the
French Committee for Aid to
German Refugees. During
the war years he continued
his efforts on behalf of Jew-
ish refugees in France, Mor-
occo and Portugal.
After the war, Mr. Spanien
became deputy director of
Hias-Europe and in 1954 be-
came co-director of the
United Hias Service, after the
merger of HIAS with the emi-
gration arm of the American
Joint Distribution Committee.
His' speciaLconcern was in
the resettlement of Jews
from Moslem areas.


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