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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-06-13

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Yiddish Artist Sidor Belarsky

NEW YORK (JTA) — Si- artist of Yiddish songs and
dor Belarsky, the world fa- performed extensively
mous opera and concert art- abroad. At the time of his
ist died Saturday at age 76. death, Mr. Belarsky was
Mr. Belarsky was born in professor of music at the
Russia and graduated from Jewish Theological Semi-
the Leningrad Conservatory nary — Herzlia in New
of Music in 1930. He began York.
his professional career with
the Leningrad Opera.
Eve Hirschman

Eve Weing-arden Hirsch-
man, a retired employe of
the Detroit Free Press Ad-
vertising department, died
June 6 at age 74.
Mrs. Hirschman, who re-
sided in Los Angeles at the
time of her death, joined the
Free Press in 1939 and re-
tired in 1965. She is survived
by a brother, Simon Wein-
garden of Detroit; and a sis-
ter, Mrs. Meyer (Elizabeth)
Levens of Los Angeles. In-
terment Los Angeles.

SIDOR BELARSKY

He came to the United
States in 1931 and there-
after toured this country
and Canada in concerts
sponsored by the educa-
tional department of the
Workmen's Circle.
He was also a recording

The Family of the Late

DR. MAURICE
DAITCH

Acknowledges with
grateful appreciation the
many kind expressions of
sympathy extended by
relatives and friends dur-
ing the family's recent
bereavement.

The Family of the Late

SANDOR
GRUNWALD

Acknowledges with
grateful appreciation the
many kind expressions of
sympathy extended by
relatives and friends dur-
ing the family's recent
bereavement.

The Family
of the Late

DAVID
KRAUSE

Acknowledges with
grateful appreciation
the many kind expres-
is of sympathy ex-
--ided by relatives
and friends during the
family's recent be-
reavement.

The Family
of the Late

NORMAND
MEYER

Acknowledges with
grateful appreciation
the many kind expres-
sions of sympathy ex-
tended by relatives
and friends during the
family's recent be-
reavement.

last of Weizmann
Kin Dies in Israel

HAIFA — Gitta Dunai-
Weizmann, sister of Dr.
Chaim Weizmann and last
of the 12 brothers and sis-
ters of the Weizmann fam-
ily, died May 26 at age 88.
Born in Russia, Mrs. Dun-
ia-Weizmann came to pre-
state Israel in 1906. She
married \engineer Touvia
Dunia, who together with
Nahum Wilbush, estab-
lished the first oil and soap
making plant in Haifa in
1906.
She established a music
school in the early 1920s
which later grew into the
conservatory which bears
her name. In the 1930s she
helped immigrant musi-
cians find work here and her
house was open to visiting
musicians from the whole
world.

Developer Ben Fenton, 78

Ben Fenton, a real estate
investor and developer, died
June 5 at age 78.
Born in St. Louis, Mo.,
Mr. Fenton lived 60 years in
Detroit. He was a 1919 grad-
uate of the Detroit College
of Law and held communal
positions including: chair-
man of the Detroit Fire
Commission (1971-1974),
commissioner of the Detroit
Fire Department, board
member of the Salvation
Army and a member of the
Detroit Chamber of Com-
merce and Detroit Real Es-
tate Board.
He also was a member
and former chairman of the
Real Estate Division of the
United Jewish Appeal, a
member of Perfection Lodge
of the Masons, the Oddfel-
lows, Detroit Consistory-
Moslem Temple, Crescent
Shrine Club, Scottish Rite
Bodies, City of Hope, Trot-
ting Association of Amer-
ica, Franklin Hills Country
Club, Standard City Club,

In Loving Memory of Our
Dear Mother and Grand-
mother

LIBBY
ROSENBERG

Who passed away 16
years ago, June 16, 1959, 11
days in Sivan. Her beloved
memory will always be our
inspiration. Sadly missed
and always remembered
by her children, Rose and
Mitchell Kent; Max and
Ann Rosenberg and Esther
and David Goldstein; and
grandchildren.

Temple Beth El and Pisgah
Lodge of Bnai Brith.
Mr. Fenton had played
important roles in the
United Palestine Appeal
and Keren Hayesod drives
here before the formation
of the Allied Je-wish Cam-
paign, and was active in
Campaign. He also was a
member of the social serv-
ice bureau and advisory
committee of the Jewish
Welfare Federation. He
resided at 333 Covington.

Mr. Fenton leaves his
wife, Stella; two sons, Ed-
gar M. and Robert L.; a
daughter, Mrs. Maurice L.
(Dolly) Rotenberg; six
brothers, Morry M. Joseph,
Dr. Meryl M., Albert of Ft.
Lauderdale, Fla.; Herman
and Frederick of Atlanta;
two sisters, Mrs. Barney
(Marion) Smith and Mrs.
Albert (Ethel) Pierce of Buf-
falo, N.Y.; eight grandchil-
dren and three great-grand-
children.

Tribute of Trees

JERUSALEM — At San-
hedria more than 100 per-

sons braved stormy rains
and wind to plant trees in
memory of Gideon Weiler
and Jacob Ramon, two
young soldiers killed during
the Yom Kippur War —
both on the Golan Heights;
and in memory of Rabbi
Richard Winograd, a young
spiritual leader from the
U.S. who died of illness not
long after making aliya.

In Loving Memory Of

SAM HERSKOWITZ

Born July 18, 1885, passed away
Nov. 20, 1974. God has you in his keep-
ing, but we have you in our hearts.
Your wife, Sarah; daughters, Sally,
Lillie Rose and Dora; and son, Jerry.

OBITUARIES

HILDA BARRIS, 20209

Steel, died June 7. Survived

by a son, William Lakin;
five daughters, Mrs. Charles
(Jennie) Blair, Mrs. Sam
(Rita) Daniels, Mrs. Harris
(Sylvia) Block of Saginaw,
Mrs. Dale (Mary) Simpson
of Canoga Park, Calif.. and
Mrs. Roslyn Alaimo of Hun-
tington Beach, Calif.; a
brother, Sam Kosoglad; and
17 grandchildren.
* * *
FLORENCE COHEN,

16701 Greenfield, died June
10. She leaves a brother,
Sydney Miller; and a sister,
Mrs. Herbert (Shirley)
Lyons; four grandchildren
and five great-grandchil-
dren.
* * *
JACK CONRAD, 16540
Santa Rosa, died June 7.- -
Survived by his wife, Lil-
lian; two daughters, Mrs.
Joseph (Frances) Phillips
and Mrs. John (Roslynne)
Pruitt; and four grandchil-
dren.

*
RUBIN * *COOPER
SMITH, 16089 Pennsyl-
vania, Southfield, died June
11. Survived by a son, Ed-
ward; two daughters, Mrs.
Leonard (Dora) Rosenzweig
of Grand Rapids and Mrs.
Nathan (Rose) Schwartz; 11
grandchildren and nine
great-grandchildren.
* * *
FINKEL,
SOPHIE

23035 Church, Oak Park,
died June 6. Survived by her
husband, Israel; a son, Her-
bert; a daughter, Mrs. San-
dra Wiggins; two brothers,
Morris Albert and Harry
Albert; and one grandchild.
* * *

JOSEPH DUBINSKY,
13361 S. Norfolk, died June
10. Survived by his wife,
Victoria; a son, Abraham; a
daughter, Mrs. Herman
(Ann) Schonberg; two
brothers, Harry of Dallas
and Julius of Silver Spring,
Md.; three sisters, Mrs. Reu-
ben (Becky) Citrin and Mrs.
Bessie Varowitz, both of
Long Beach, N.Y., and Mrs.
Eva Sloan of Silver Spring,
Md.; six grandchildren and
three great-grandchildren.
* * *
MILTON GELLER, for-
mer Detroiter of Houston,
Texas, died June 5. He
leaves three brothers, Jacob
D. of Windsor, William of
Mexico and Maurice of To-
ronto; four sisters, Frances
of Windsor, Donna of Los
Angeles, Mrs. Martin (Ilene)
Cowan and Mrs. Helen An-
derson of London, England.
Interment Detroit.
* * *
SAMUEL GENNIS,

10620 Saratoga, Oak Park,
died June 5. Survived by two
sons, King I. and Melvin M.
of Culver City, Calif; two
daughters, Mrs. Elliot
(Edith) Zeldes and Mrs. Ar-
thur (Sybil) Cohen; a
brother, Isaac of Ottawa,
Canada; and five grandchil-
dren.

BESSIE KAPLAN,
15575 George Washington,
Southfield, died June 8. She
leaves a son, Sidney; two
daughters, Mrs. David
(Julia) Karp and Mrs. Mil-
ton ( Leona) Saks of Milwau-
kee, Wis.; seven grandchil-
dren and one great-
granddaughter.
* * *
HARRY LIEBERS,
24840 Maryland, Southfield,
died June 8. He leaves his
wife, Ida; two daughters.
Mrs. Melvyn (Sheila) Rose
and Mrs. Jerome (Rhoda) Is-
ner; and five grandchildren.
* * *
NATHAN POONS, 2629
Somerset Blvd., Troy, died
June 9. He leaves his wife,
Joan; a daughter, Mrs.
Louis (Faye) Goldman; a
sister, Mrs. Wallace
(Frances) Schoettle; and
three grandchildren.
* * *
NORMAN PROSKY,
22130 Morton, Oak Park,
died June 10. Survived by
his wife, Rachel; a son, Al-
exander; two daughters,
Annette and Rose; his
mother, Mrs. Elsie Prosky
of Israel; two brothers, Paul
Proah and Howard, both of
Israel.
* * *
MITCHEL RASKIN,

25470 Lincoln Terrace Dr.,
Oak Park, died June 8. Sur-
vived by a daughter, Mrs.
David (Ilene) Katz; a
brother, Irving of Miami;
two sisters, Rose Raskin
and Marcia Shlafer of Cali-
fornia; and three grandchil-
dren.

*

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* *

SARAH RASKIN, 25470

Lincoln Terrace Dr., Oak
Park, died June 7. Survived
by her husband, Mitchel; a
daughter, Mrs. David (Ilene)
Katz; a sister, Mrs. David
(Dorothy) Jalan; and three
grandchildren.

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PAULINE SAFER-
STEIN, 19811 Fielding,
died June 10. Survived by a
son, Albert A.; a sister, Mrs.
Hyman (Sarah) Rochman of
Linden, N.J.; six grandchil-
dren and seven great-grand-
children.
* * *
JOSEPH WAGEN-
HEIM, 18989 Roselawn,
died June 6. Survived by his
wife, Sally; a son, Burl; a
daughter, Mrs. Alan (Cathy)
Lafer; three brothers, Ja-
cob, Albert and Milton of
Los Angeles, Calif.; two sis-
ters, Mrs. Norman (Ida)
Winston of Woodland Hills,
Calif., and Bertha of Cali-
fornia.

* * *

IDA YOLLICK, 23831
Morton, Oak Park, died
June 10. Survived by a son,
William; a daughter, Mrs.
Morris (Gladys) Levine; and
four grandchildren.

WE REMEMBER

71"1:7 ■ 7 71`52

During the
coming week
Yeshivoth Beth
Yehudah will
observe the
Yahrzeits of the
following d a-
borted friends,
with the tradi-
tional Memor-
ial : Prayers, re-
citation of
Kaddish and
Stu-dying of
Mishnayos.

TAMMUZ JUNE
SOPHIE COHEN
6
15
6
15
SARAH FINKEISTEIN
LOUIS FREEDMAN
6
15
6
15
BEN HERSH
BRONIA NOTHMAN
6
15
6
15
SARAH SCHMIER
HARRY SHEAWITZ
6
15
15
PEARL SHOSKES
6
6
15
MARY SIMON
16
LENA BRENNER
7
ADOLPH DINETZ
7
16
7
16
MRS. DUBERSTEIN
16
KARL HESS
7
16
HARRY PELTZ
7
16
SAM PUKOWITSKY
16
7
PHILIP SCHLUSSEL
16
7
ETELE F. SOLOMON
17
LOUISE BLOCH
8
JOSEPH D. FINLEY
8
17
17
8
SARAH LEVIN
AUGUSTA MERMELSTEIN 8
17
17
JOSEPH MILLER
8
17
8
LEE E. SEGAL
9
18
LOUIS BERKOWER
18
9
ETHEL GOLDBERG
9
18
MENDEL GORDON
18
9
MIRIAM HAAS
18
9
FAY G. LEVY
9
18
LILLIAN D. VIEDRAH
9
18
PHILIP YAKER
19
10
MAURICE BORDELOVE
10
19
BENJAMIN CHERNOFF
19
10
HYMAN D. DORMAN
10
19
BERTHA HARBOR
10
19
BERTHA KASHTAN
19
10
EDWARD LEVITT
19
10
FANNIE SLOSBERG
20
11
SOL N. BLOCH
20
11
SAMUEL GOREN
20
11
SARAH GREENBAUM
20
11
NATHAN KORMAN
11
20
MAX RUZUMNA
11
20
SOPHIA SAULSON
11
20
MARGARET SELIK
11
20
DAVE STEIN
11
20
ROSE STOUR
20
11
RACHEL WROTSLAVSKY
2i2
NATHAN ZABLUDOVSKY 11
21
12
FLORENCE EGLAR
21
12
SARAH KOZOLCHYK
21
12
MARION LAVEN
12
21
SAUL LEVINE
21
HYMAN MANDELBAUM 12
21
12
NOCHUM ROSENBERG
21
12
SYLVIA SCHNEIDER
12
21
JACK SILVERMAN
21
12
CHAIM Z. STRAUSS
12
21
CELIA TEREBELO

Yeshivoth Beth
Yehudoh

15751 W. Lincoln Dr.

Southfield

Phone 557-6750

Elgin 1-5200

Ira Kaufman-Herbert Kaufman

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