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November 22, 1974 - Image 63

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-11-22

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Moe Leiter, 83, Insurance Executive

Moe Leiter, an associate
manager of Dominion Life
Assurance Co. for the past 42
years and a life member,
died Nov. 15 at age 83.
_ Born in Montreal, Mr. Lei-
ter lived 58 years in Detroit.
He was a life member of the
Million Dollar Round Table,
an honorary 50-year member
of Masaic Lodge of the Ma-
sons, a past hoard member
and treasurer of Cong. Sha-
arey Zedek and a former

OBITUARIES

charter member of Knoll-
wood Country Club.
He leaves a daughter, Mrs.
Sylvia Love; and three grand-
children.

JENNY HOFFENBLUM, band, Joseph; three sons, daughters, Mrs. Gil
MORRIS BAILL, 2 7 4 21
Marshall, Southfield, died 12800 W. Nine Mile Road, Oak Norman, Melvin and Benja- via) Gladstone and
Sara Schatz, 66
Nov. 18. He leaves his wife, Park, died Nov. 15. She min; a daughter, Mrs. Max ford (Vicky) Gorov c;
Marion; two sons, Larry and leaves three sons, Harry, Mil- (Esther) Steinway; one bro- City, Calif.; three
Local Art Patron
Jeffrey; a daughter, Barb- ton and Sam; two daughters, ther, two sisters and 11 grand- and six grandchildren
Sara Schatz, a. local art pa- ara; and his father, Jack.
Mrs. Robert (Mary) Rosen- children: -
tron, died Nov. 19 at age 66.
blum and Mrs. Julius J.
* *
ALBERT SILVERMAN,
Born in New York City,
(Jessie) Forman; one sister,
BELLE
(YUCHT)
BRAN-
3019 W. 13 Mile, Royal Oak,
Mrs. Schatz lived 60 years in
six
grandchildren
and
five
died Nov. 18. He leaves his
Detroit. She was a board DON, former Detroiter of great grandchildren.
wife, Jule; and two sisters.
mtmber of the Artists' Mar- Reston, Va., died Nov. 17.
* * *
* * *
ket, member of the Founders Survived by her husband,
JACOB
JOSLOVE,
25200
Alex Mann, 62,
During tP
Society of the Detroit Insti- Robert; 'a son, Joel of Shak- Parsons, Southfield, died
GILBERT MARVIN
er Heights, Ohio; a daugh-
coming wee
tute
of
Arts
and
a
contribu-
ST
A
R
R
(STASHEFSKY),
Nov. 17. Survived by his wife,
Longtime Jeweler
Yeshivoth Berk
tor to the arts and crafts ter, Joan of Salmouth, Mass.; Hattie; two daughters, Mrs. 17048 Addison, Southfield,
Yehudah will
Alex Mann, a jeweler and school of the art institute. a sister, Mrs. Jay (Betty). William (Maxine) Simon and died Nov. 14. Survived by his
observe the
m - ;73_ger of the Rose Jewelry She also helped many aspir- Bleiweiss of Detroit; and Mrs. Joseph (Norma) Schey; parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben
Yahrzeits of the
S. Ai at Northland Shopping ing local artists. She resided one grandchild. Interment one sister and three grand- (Minnie) Stashefsky and one
following d 0-
Center, died Nov. 17 at age at 16400 North Park, South- Detroit.
brother.
children.
* *
parted friends,
* * *
* * *
62 .
field.
in London, England,
She leaves her husband,
with the tradi-
RHONDA LYNN ELLIOTT-
SAMUEL S. KIRMAN,
SOL ZIMMERMAN, 21830
tann lived 50 years in Theodore H.; and two broth- ZEIF, 1541 Lycaste, died 23821 Jerome, Oak Park, died Kipling, Oak Park, died Nov.
tional Memor-
ial Prayers, re-
Detroit. He was a jeweler for trs, Manuel and Sam. Hart- Nov. 17. She leaves her par- Nov. 19. Survived by a son, 15. Survived by his wife,
more than 30 years. He was man.
citation- of
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Eric; a daughter, Mrs. Mel- Esther; a son, Arnold L.; two
a member of Zager-Stone
Kaddish and
(Iris) Zeif of Daytona Beach, vin (Heidi) Turbow; his
Lodge of Bnai Brith and a
Studying of
Fla.;
a
brother,
Walter
Zeif;
father,
Abraham;
one
bro-
member of Cong. Beth Abra- Seymour ,Shlain /
Mishnayos.
grandmothers, Mrs. Mary ther and one sister.
MONOtiftENT * CENTER, INC
ham-Hillel.
* * *
Fields and Mrs. Ruth Zeif of
of Mattress Firm
661 E. S MILE, FERNDALE
KISLEV NOV.
1 1/ . 2 Blocks E. Of Woodward
He leaves his wife, Bessie;
ELLA LERNER, 12900
Seymour S. "Sy" Shlain, New York; and great-grand-
24
Bernice Berman 10
6 Blks from 3 Jewish
two sons, Fred and Geoffrey; vice president of the Posture mother, Mrs. Ethel Elliot.
Dartmouth, Oak Park, died
24:
10
Alex Cohen
Cemeteries on Woodward
24
10
a daughter, Mrs. Joseph Matress Co. in Detroit for the
*
*
Nov. 15. Survived by her
Joseph Deutsch
24
10
Jacob Fink
JO 4-5551
(Barbara) Scaglione; three past 12 years, died Nov. 15 at
LI 2-8266
JACOB FOX, 14521 Marlow, husband. Peter; her parents,
24
10
Joseph Gorman
brothers, Jack, Leslie and age 71.
24
Mr.
,
and
Mrs.
Aron
(Rosa)
10
Sam
Horowitz
Oak Park, died Nov. 19. Sur-
24
10
Frances Jacobs
Kenneth of Los Angeles;
Born in Providence, R.I., vived by his wife, Dorothy; Rusonick; and a daughter,
24
10
Rose H. Salomon
three sisters, Mrs. Benson Mr. Shlain lived 65 years in a son, Mark; two daughters, Geula.
Sidney A. Deitch
24
10
Sally Young
* .
*
(Dot) Stieber of England, Detroit. Before joining Pos- Mrs. Gary (Jacqueline) Scar-
Esther
24
10
Kransberg
DETROIT
Miss Ann Grossman of New ture Matress, he was an offi- cia of Brighton and Sandra.
SAM L. MEISEL, 1935
25
11
Harry Brown
York and Mrs. Bettie Alberts cer of the Wolverine Bedding
25
Chene
St.,
died
Nov.
16.
Sur-
,
Sarah
Burnitine
11
MONUMENT
WORKS
*
25
Isidore Garber 11
of Los Angeles.
vived by his wife, Esther;
Co. for 40 years, a company
14441 W. 11 Mile Rd.
Rabbi Shraga F.
LOUIS FRANT, 1601 Clark
25
which his father founded in St., died Nov. 15. Survived three sons. Irwin, Charles of Gardner, betw. Coolidge & Greenfield .
11
Kahana
25
399-2711.• Eve. 626-0330
11
David Katler
Harrison TwP. and Howard
1918.
by
two
brothers,
Bernie
of
Charles
A.
Weizmann's Birth
of Waldron; and 11 grand-
He was a member of the
25
11
Komer
Springs, Calif., and Abe children.
25
Jeanette Schloss 11
Funiture Club of Detroit. He Palm
Marked in Israel
25
Frant
of
New
York;
-
two
sis-
11
v.
:
Jennie Shear
was graduated from the Uni- ters, Mrs. Sophie Friedman
Chaim D.
26
REHOVOT—"Chaim Weiz- versity of Detroit and Colum-
BELLE MELLIN died Nov.
12
Ben Ruben
Chaya R.
mann demonstrated that one bia University's law school, of Far Rockaway, N.Y., and 15. She leaves two daughters;
26
12
Bas Yechiel
Mrs.
William
(Rae)
Bier
of
must take risks for peace, but only practiced law for a
Mrs. Jacob (Charlotte) Kut-
Samuel P.
New
York.
26
12
Goldstein
but that peace cannot be short time following gradua-
chai of Coraopolis, Pa., and
26
Rubin W. Kaplan 12
* *
brought at any price," de- tion. He resided at 20568
Mrs. Bernard J. (Doris)
Sanford L.
26
12
MAGDA META GROSS, Goldman of Oxnard, Calif;
Ketchen
clared Prime' Minister Yit- Charlton Sq., Southfield.
26
12
Bessie Lifshitz
He leaves his wife, Anne; died Nov. 14. She leaves her one sister, five grandchildren
zhak Rabin 'at a recent, spe-
26
Rebecca Rubin 12
26
cial assembly at Weizmann two brothers, Dr. Benjamin husband, Max; a son, Harold and two great-grandchildren.
Lottie Salzman 12
*
*
26
Seymour
Tilchin
12
Institute of Science marking and Mitchell; a sister, Mrs. B.; a daughter, Mrs. Sidney
26
12
Clara Zahler
the centenary of Dr. Chaim Samuel (Della) Engelbert of (Eve) Arno; and six grand-
BENJAMIN I. MILLER,
Channan B'reb
12
26
Shmuel
19332 Roselawn, died Nov. 15.
Weizmann's birth, and the Sarasota, Fla.; and one children.
27
Esther Eckman 13
He leaves his wife. Tillie: a
26th anniversary of rt,h e grandchild.
*
*
27
Moris H. Kaner 13
27
13
Alice Katz
institute.
SAM HERSKOWITZ, 19142 son, Merrill: a daughter, Mrs.
27
13
Mary Krass
The centenary celebrations
27
13
Fielding, died Nov. 20. Sur- Clarence (Shirlee) Balcon;
Lena Lavine
Soviet
Jews
Trying
three
brothers,
five
grand-
27
continued in Jerusalem,
Ida
Menkowitz
13
vived by his wife, Sarah; a
27
Regina Neimark 13
where overseas and local to Stay in Berlin
son, Jerry Hersh; four daugh- children and one great grand-
Rebecca.
daughter.
delagations gathered for a
27
13
Rabinowitz
BERLIN (ZINS) — West ters, Mrs. Sam (Sally) Brod-
* *
William
gala centenary reception in Berlin authorities disclosed sky, Mrs. David (Rose) Okum
27
13
Rothman
CELIA PANAS, 28 River-
the Knesset. They were ad-
27
Zelda Vinikoff 13
500 Soviet Jews of Sherman Oaks, Calif., Mrs. side Dr., Mt. Clemens, died
that
about
27
Jack
Zalmanow
13
dressed by the President' of who had been granted per- Irving (Lillian) Willis and
28
Julius Goldman 14
Nov. 19. Survived by a son,
Israel, Prof. Ephraim Katzir,
Mrs.
Dora
Talbot
of
North
28
Moses Grossberg 14
to leave the Soviet
Jerome
of
Chicago;
a
daugh-
28
until recently head of the mission
Bessie
Knoppow
14
Miami Beach, Fla.; 14 grand-
Union
for
Israel
have
settled
Mary R. Levin 14 28
ter, Mrs. Jack (Jean) Kra-
Weizmann Institute's bio-
29
Solomon Abram 15
here in the last 18 months. children and 12 great-grand- kow: one brother, six grand-
physics department.
29
Max Bernberg 15
children.
The
Jewish
community
of
29
15
children
and-one
great-grand-
Ch. S. Fine
Climaxing the centenary
29
15
Sarah Frank
child.
celebrations was a concert 5,500 people, is the largest
telephone: • Call to use
29
15
A
Lyman Harris
*
*
*
29
Lillian Lerman 15
of the Israel Philharmonic in Germany and maintains'
gives you the assurance
29
Nathan Shcolnik 15
, BENJAMIN PEARLMAN,
that a man you know is
Orchestra co'nduc t-e d by cultural and religious insti-
29
Arthur E. Scherr 15
24932 John R, Hazel Park,
helping you.
29
Leonard Bernstein in Tel tutions. The newcomers
Nathan Shiovitz 15
30
16
Roy
C.
Cohen
died Nov. 18. Survived by his
.Aviv's Fredric • R. Mann equipped only with provision-
We can make the desired
30
16
David Farber
wife, Jenny; a son, William;
al travel papers from the
Auditorium.
Michael
arrangements regardless.
30
16
two daughters, Mrs. Ann
Feigelman
Soviet Union, are giving
of where a death occurs.
30
16
Freda Frazein
Sadow
and
Mrs.
Rose
Bassin;
authorities in West Berlin
30
16
'Reva Levin
one brother, six grandchil-
30
Beulah Gaylord 16
Use of Arab Oil Low and Bonn a headache because
Physicist
Worldwide
Servite
30
Ben Helfend 16
dren and five great-grand-
Mordechai
WASHINGTON (ZINS) — they are regarded as having
Son. of
children.
30
16
Sternberg
Statistics made public by the no nationality. Some were
IRA KAUFMAN CHAPEL
* * *
Mr. and Mrs.
30
Jt•chael Weiss 16
threatened
with
deportation
Federal Energy Administra-
Benjamin Bagdade
MOLLIE .RATTNER, 424
Yeshivoth Beth
tir— -eveal that of all petro- for illegal entry.
6-14-39 11-23-67
Tooting Ln. Birmingham,
18325 W. Nine Mile Rd.
l( v1nports to the U.S. only
Yehudah
died
Nov.
15.
She
leaves
two
Southfield
cent come from Arab THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
sons, Joseph and Harvey, a
15751 W. Lincoln Dr.
Friday,
Nov.
22,
1974-63
Elgin
7-5200
lands.
daughter, Mrs. Sam (Bea-
Southfield
trice) Milner of Lexington,
Ira and Herbert Kaufman
Phone 557-6750
Ky.
;
seven
grandchildren
and
The Family of the Late
The Family of the Late
The Family of the Late
five great-grandchildren.
* * *
JULIUS
HYMAN MYER
CELIA
REBECCA ROSIN died
MARGOLIS
RABINOWITZ
KAUFFMAN
Nov. 18. She leaves a son,
Announces the unveil-
Announces the unveil-
Morris; two daughters, Mrs.
8,
Acknowledges
ing of a monument in
ing of a monument in
.Henry (Gertrude) Lipschutz
with grateful apprecia-
his memory 12:30 p.m.
his memory' 11 a.m.
and Mrs. Philip (Esther) Cut-
tion the many kind ex-
Sunday, Nov. 24, • at
Sunday, Nov. 24, at
ler; one sister, six grand-
pressions of sympathy
Machpelah Cemetery.
Machpelah Ceme-
children and nine great-
FORMERLY KARL BERG MEMORIALS
extended by relatives
Rabbi Gordon will offi-
tery. Cantor Klein will
grandchildren.
* * *
and friends during the
ciate. Relatives and
MANUEL URBACH & SON
officiate. Relatives and
family's recent bereave-
friends are asked to
LILLIAN SIEGAL, 14411
friends are asked to at-
ment.
attend.
Manhattan, Oak Park, died
tend,
Nov. 17. Survived by her hus-

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