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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-03-28

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Publisher Theodore Schocken

NEW YORK — Theodore
Schocken, president of
Schocken Books, Inc., died
March 20 at age 60.
Born in Germany, Mr.
Schocken joined his family's
department store chain at
an early age, and in 1934
when his family went to Pa-
lestine, he remained behind
to become the acting head of
the firm.
He came to the U.S. in
1938 and earned a master of
bt qiness administration de-
at Harvard University.
nlisted in the Army in
1941 and later, as a lieuten-
ant, he worked in intellig-
ence in Germany.

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MANUEL ABRAHAMS,

*

Unveiling announcements
may be inserted by mail or by
calling The Jewish News of-
fice, 17515 W. 9 Mile Rd.,
Southfield, Mich., 48075,
424-8833. Written announce-
, ments must be accompanied
by the name and address of
the person making the inser-
tion. There is a standing
charge of $4.50 for an unveil-
ing notice, measuring an inch
in depth, and $8.50 for a notice
two inches deep with a black
border.
* * *

The family of the late
Joseph Pardes announces
the unveiling of a monu-
ment in his memory 11
a.m. Sunday, April 6, at
Machpelah Cemetery.
Rabbi Lehrman will offi-
ciate. Relatives and
friends are asked to at-
tend.

The Family of the Late

ELAINE LIPSITZ

Announces the unveil-
ing of a monument in her
memory 11 a.m. Sunday,
April 6, at Hebrew Memo-
rial Park. Rabbi Milton
Rosenbaum will officiate.
Relatives and friends are
asked to attend.

ROSE BACKHAUT,
13860 Kenwood, Oak Park,
died March 21. Survived by a
sister, Dorothy.
* * *

THEODORE SCHOCKEN

Mr. Schocken took part
in the establishment of
Schocken Books, Inc. in
1946 and was president
until 1949, when he was
succeeded by T. Herzl
Rome, who played a key
role in broadening the
Schocken list. Arter Mr.
Rome's death in 1965, Mr.
Schocken list. After Mr:
of the company.

Mr. Schocken published
Franz Kafka in the original
German and S.Y. Agnon,
Israel Nobel laureate, as
well as works on Judaic and
general subjects. The New
York publishing house was
established just after World
War II as a continuation of
the German Jewish firm
Schocken Verlag, founded
by Mr. Schocken's father,
Salman. That firm operated
in Berlin from 1931 until its
end at the hands of the Na-
zis in 1938.
Mr. Schocken was a mem-
ber of the board of the Jew-
ish Theological Seminary
and was a director of the
Leo Baeck Institute here
and of the Schocken Insti-
tute for Jewish Research in
Jerusalem.

In Beloved
Memory Of

The Family of the Late

RUTHIE LIPSITZ

Announces the unveil-
ing of a monument in her
ory 11:15 a.m. Sun-
April 6, at Hebrew
enorial Park. Rabbi
Milton Rosenbaum will
officiate. Relatives and
friends are asked to at-
tend.

Vi

THE FAMILY
OF THE LATE
LEE
(SUKENIC)
ROSSNER

Announces the unveil-
ing of a monument in her
memory 11 a.m. Sunday,
April 6, at Beth Tefilo
Cemetery. Rabbi Prero
will officiate. Relatives
and friends are asked to
attend.

* *

ISAK
SCHWARZBERG

Almost two years
have come and gone
since you left us, hus-
band and dear father,
but we never stopped
remembering all the
precious moments we
spent with you. Always
in our thoughts, wife,
Pola; daughters, Kay
and Helen; sons-in law
and granddaughter.

In Loving Memory
of My Dad

IRVING L.
STERN

Who passed away
March 26, 1973. I miss
you as a father and a
loss of a good friend.
Today my thoughts are
of you for it would have
been your 64th birth-
day.
Carol

SYLVIA BLONDY, 22309
LaSeine, Southfield, died
March 25. She leaves her
husband, Dr. Samuel H.; a
son, Jay Edward Bleifeld;
and a daughter, Mrs. Ray-
mond (Morine Harriet)
Green; her mother, Mrs.
Jennie Guttentag; two
brothers and one sister.
Services 9:30 a.m. Sunday at
Ira Kaufman Chapel.
* * *

SARAH FARKAS, 15416
Northgate, Oak Park, died
March 20. Survived by a

Laws of Moses

The laws of Moses as well
as the laws of Rome contrib-
uted suggestion and impulse
to the men and institutions
which were to prepare the
modern world; and if we
could have but eyes to see
the subtle elements of
thought which constitute
the gross substance of our
present habit, both as re-
gards the -sphere of private
life, and as regards the ac-
tion of the state, we should
readily discover how very
much besides religion we
owe to the Jew. — Woodrow
Wilson, The State, 1890.

Power of Science

"There are many empty
and desolate areas in Israel
— the Negev is one of them.
It will be the-task of our scien-
tists and workers as well as
the people of Israel to wrest
back the soil from its agelong
neglect, to breathe new life
into it, to reinvigorate the
land and restore its ancient
fertility. The potentialities for
industrial development must
be surveyed and harnessed
by the state as one of the su-
preme tasks; and it will be a
function of the Institute to
help in formulating the scien-
tific method for such develop-
ment . . . We have a mighty
weapon which we must util-
ize with ingenuity and skill,
with every means available
to us. Science is that weapon,
our vessel of strength and our
source of defense."
—Chaim Weizmann

The Family
of the Late

JACK
ALLWEIL

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

daughter, Mrs. Benjamin
(Pearl) Marton; two broth-
ers, Martin Efraim of Ro-
mania and Jacob Efraim of
Columbus, Ohio; a sister,
Mrs. Mary Feldheim; six
grandchildren and eight
great-grandchildren.
* * *
GERTRUDE
FINK,
32285 Glen Cove, Farming-
ton Hills, died March 22.
She leaves 'her husband,
George; a son, Daniel; a
daughter, Mrs. Marvin
(Judith) Zahler; a brother,
Samuel Schwartz; a sister,
Mrs._ Louis (Esther) Horow-
itz; and two grandsons.
* * *
MORRIS GELMAN,
19509 Braille, died March
23. Survived by a daughter,
Mrs. Nicholas (Bessie)
Laica; a brother, Max; and
three grandchildren.
* * *
REBECCA GEREN-
RAICH of Detroit died
March 22. She leaves two
brothers, Murray Genraich
of Willowdale, Canada and
David Generich of Toronto,
Ont.; and three sisters, Mrs.
Sally Pacernick of Planta
tion, Fla.; Mrs. Edward
(Ida) Herman of N. Miami
Beach and Mrs. Morton
(Timy) Baranoff of Austin,
Texas. Interment in Lon-
don, Ontario.
* * *
FANNIE FRIEDMAN
JAFFA of O-ak Park died
March 21. She leaves her
husband, Daniel; a son,
Charles Friedman; a
brother, Max Heyman; and
a sister, Mrs. Alfred (Libby)
Livingston, both of Youngs-
town, Ohio; and three
grandsons.
* * *
MARY W. KANE, 7094
Pebble Creek, West Bloom-
field, died March 22. She
leaves her husband, Murray;
a son Jerry A.; a daughter,
Terry A.; her mother, Mrs.
Louis (Elizabeth) Willker;
and a sister, Mrs. Jerome
(Anne) Friedman.
* * *
JACK L. KANN of South-
field died Mara 23. He
leaves a daughter, Mrs. Les-
ter (Leah) Weiss.
* * *
SAMUEL H. LEVIN,
19603 W. 12 Mile, South-
field, died March 22. He
leaves his wife, Anne; a son,
Dr. Gilbert of Greenwich,
Conn.; and one grandson.
* * *
SAM LICHT of South-
field died March 21. He
leaves his wife, Clara; a son,
Ronald, a daughter, Mrs.
Henry (Joyce) Booke; and
seven granddaughters.
* * *
MARY PREGERSON of
Southfield died March 22.
She leaves a son, Milford R.;
two daughters, Mrs. David
(Gertrude) Bruss and Mrs.
Norman (Judith) Snyder; a
sister, Mrs. Albert (Julia)
Rabin of Los Angeles; seven
grandchildren and one
great-grandson.
* * *
ANNA RESSLER, 23768
Riverside Dr. ; Southfield,
died March 22. She leaves a
son, Charles H., two daugh-
ters, Mrs. Samuel S. (Dor-
othy) Willis and Mrs. Harry

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(Ruth) Peck; five grandchil-
dren and six great-grand-
children.
* * *
MARY RUBINOFF,
12731 Dartmouth, Oak
Park, died March 25. She
leaves her husband, Louis;
two sons, Raymond and Irv-
ing of Israel; three brothers,
Albert Budman, William
Budman, both of Calif., and
Abraham Budman of
Southfield; two sisters, Mrs.
Murray (Sadie) Bosin and
Mrs. Harry (Tillie) Meer.
* * *
HERMAN RUNDBERG
of Miami Beach died March
18. Survived by his wife,
Freda; three sisters, Mrs.
Jack (Bess) Axelrod of De-
troit, Mrs. Manuel (Sara)
Segal and Mrs. Robert
(Leonore) Greenberg, both
of Indianapolis. Interment
Miami Beach.
* * *
ELIZABETH FRIED
SAHN, 3030 Greenfield,
Royal Oak, died March 23.
Survived by grandchildren.
* * *
OSCAR SHENCOPP,
22150 Beverly, Oak Park,
died March 22. Survived by
his wife, Rose; his mother,
Mrs. Esther Shencopp;

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OBITUARIES

former Detroiter of Sacra-
mento, Calif., died March
24. He leaves a son, Mel of
South Carolina; and a
brother, Morey of South-
field. Services 1 p.m. today
at Clover Hill Park Ceme-
tery.

Monument
Unveilings

Friday, March 28, 1975 47

Ira and Herbert Kaufman

three sons, Marshall, Stew-
art and Scott; a daughter,
Mrs. Alan (Lynn) Raub; and
a sister, Mrs. Bernard (Ev-
elyn) Stein.
* * *
NELLIE WAXMAN, 746
Collingwood, died March 20.
No known survivors.
* * *
BERT WOLFE, 751 E.
Grand Blvd., died March 22.
Survived by a son, Erwin R.
of Kearney, Ariz.; three
brothers, Irving, Harold of
Saline and Julius of Culver
City, Calif.; four sisters,
Mrs. Dora Silvers of Las Ve-
gas, Mrs. Betty Levy, Mrs.
Freda Sears and Mrs. Leo
(Rose) Neuman; and three
grandchildren.



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During the
coming week
Yeshivoth Beth
Yehudak 'will
observe the
Yahrzeita of the
following d s-
ported friends,
With the tradi-
tional Memor-
ial .Prayers, re-
citation of
Kaddish and
Studying of
Mishnoyos.

Nissan March
Banjarnin Abramowitz
18
30
Sarah Cohen
18
30
Samuel Fields
18
30
Louis Forman
18
30
Jack Gruskin
18
30
Wolf Henigman
'
18
30
Joseph Jeremias
18
30
Henriette Loewenstein
18
30
Amelia Meisner
18
30
Eli Scherr
18
30
Artur Stern
18
30
Alex H. Winer
18
30
Morris A. Yassky
18
30
Hershel Ben Meier Hakohenl9
31
Hyman Berman
19
31
Rose Berman
19
31
Minnie Diamond
19
31
Pauline Goldberg
19
31
Anna Weissler Goldenberg 19
31
Ida Solai Kaplan
19
31
Beatrice Potok
19
31
April
Max Boesky
20
1
Max Friedlander
20
1
Eli Gerson
20
Morris Pushkin
20
Miriam Rosenheck
20
1
Sol Osborne
21
2
Sarah Sitrin
21
2
Chashe Bas Reb Pinchas 22
3
Dr. Rudolf Leiser
22
3
Meyer Boruch Marcus
22
3
Samuel D. Radner
22
3
Gussie Rottenberg
22
3
Dora Schmaltz
22
3
Samuel Salasnek
22
3
Beilo Riva Bas Avrohom 23
4
Solomon Goldberg
23
4
Max Lipson
23
4
Kalman Schweitzer
23
4
Shifra Stollman
23
4
Martin Baggleman
24
5
Miriam Dubin
24
5
Ethel Dvorkin
24
5
Chaim Hirsch Einhorn
24
5
Yaakov Einhorn
24
5
Bernard Helfgott
24
5
Joseph Kohn
24
5
Samuel Lowenbraun -
24
5
Isadore Podolsky
24
5
Isadore Rabinovitz
24
5
Yisroel Ben Reuven
24
5
Baila Revzin
24
5
Rose Wool
24
5

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