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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-08-22

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

OBITUARIES

(More obituaries, Pages 25, 62)

DAVID ARNOLD, for-
merly of Detroit, died Aug.
14. Survived by Vivian Ar-
nold; two sons, Steven and
Larry; his mother, Mrs.
Susie F. Arnold; four broth-
ers, Bernard, Daniel, New-

ton of Los Angeles. Calif.,
and Ray; and three grand-
children. Interment Cincin-
nati.

* * *
DEBORAH ATLAS,

152:31 Northgate Blvd., Oak
Park, died Aug. 18. Survived
by her husband, William;
three daughters, Mrs. Na-
than (Miriam) Davis, Mrs.
Norman (Dorothy) Breyer
of Highland Park, Ill., and
Ruth of Los Angeles; a
brother, Elkan Levine; two
sisters, Mrs. Max (Betty)
Wilder of Toronto and Mrs.
Arthur (Lillian) Snider of
Evanston, Ill.; and six
grandchildren.

Pioneer Women
Greater
Detroit Council

Deeply Mourns
the
passing of

RACHEL
KATZNELSON
SHAZAR

Founder of Moetzet
Hapoalot sister
organization of
Pioneer Women

* * *

LILLY DAVIS died Aug.
19. She leaves her husband,
Ben; two sons, Dr. Marvin
and Robert; two sisters,
Mrs. Mayme Sentir and
Betty Samson, both of Indi-
anapolis, Ind. and six grand-
children.

* * *
ROSE GLICKSTEIN,

PINHAS SAPIR

The Labor Zionist Alliance of Metropolitan Detroit mourns the
passing of Chaver Pinhas Sapir, Chairman of the Executive of
the World Zionist Organization and Chairman of the Jewish
Agency.

A champion of the Zionist Idea, Sapir played an historic role
in the creation of the State of Israel on Kibbutz, in the Labor
Movement and in the Labor Party. As Finance Minister, he
established a brilliant record of achievement. He was the
world's foremost proponent of Aliyah.

The entire Labor Zionist community extends its heartfelt con-
dolences to his widow Rifka and to members of the Sapir
family. We join them in their bereavement.

Pioneer Women Greater
Detroit Council Expresses
profound sorrow on the
passing of

PINCHAS SAPIR

In Memory of

PINHAS SAPIR

A staunch Labor Zionist, friend
and pioneer of the Israel
labor movement.

Israel Histadrut Campaign of Metropolitan Detroit

Morris Lieberman, chairman
A. Michaels, director

Israel Histadrut Foundation, Inc.

N.P. Rossen and Morris Friedman,

co-chairmen

Michigan Trade Union Council for Histadrut

William C. Marshall, chairman

Histadrut Associates

Paul Silver, Chairman


2422 Dorchester N., Troy,
died Aug. 16. Survived by a
son. Philip of Houston,
Texas; a daughter, Mrs.
Charles (Bess) Robinson;
two grandchildren and
three great-grandchildren.

* * *

REBECCA (MESKIN)
GARELICK, former Detro-

iter of Miami Beach, Fla.,
died Aug. 19. She leaves her
husband, Jacob Garelick;
four sons, Monte Meskin
and Julius Meskin, Dr. Mar-
tin J. Gorelick and Sidney
Garelick; two daughters,
Mrs. Philip (Sally) Kramer
of Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., and
Mrs. Louis (Dorothy) Still-
man; 16 grandchildren and
26 great-grandchildren. In-
terment Detroit.
* * *
ADA HOROWITZ died
Aug. 19. She leaves five
sons, William, Martin, Al-
yin, Saul of New York and
Jack of Minneapolis; a
daughter, Mrs. Perry (Pas-
celle) Shulman; four broth-
ers, Jack Goldstein and
Morris Goldstein, both of
Los Angeles, and Carl Nor-
ris of Los Angeles and David
Norris; two sisters, Mrs.
Charles (Fanny) Goodman
and Mrs. Albert (Rose)
Goff; 16 grandchildren and
five great-grandchildren.

* * *

LEO KATZ, former De -

troiter of Silver Spring, Md. ,
died Aug. 6. Survived by his
wife, Ada; two daughters ,
Mrs. Burt (Barbara) Rosen
of Upper Marlboro, Md.,
and Mrs. Daniel (Noreen)
Freedman; a brother, Allan
of Virginia; two sisters,
Mrs. Moe (Sara) Caplan of
Oak Park, and Mrs. Milton
(Bess) Gorelick of Oak Park;
and five grandchildren. In-
terment. Washington D.C.
* * *

VIRGINIA R. KAY,

17275 Magnolia, Southfield,
died Aug. 16. Survived by
her husband, Joseph M.; two
sons, Irving S. and Norman
of Santa Monica, Calif.; a
brother, Ben M. Cooper of
Davenport, Iowa; two sis-
ters, Mrs. Charles (Shirley)
Lieberstein of E. Moline,
Ill., and Mrs. Blanche Blitz
of Rock Island, Ill.; and
three grandchildren,
* * *
SOL KESSLER, 15075
\V. Lincoln, Oak Park, died
Aug. 19. Survived by his
wife, Rose; a son, Sidney; a
daughter, Mrs. Sol (Goldie)
Steinhart; a sister, Mrs. Ida"

CARD OF THANKS

The family of the late

Albert "Abe" Cooper ac-

knowledges with grateful
appreciation the many kind
expressions of sympathy
extended by relatives and
friends during the family's
recent bereavement.

Friday, August 22, 1975 63

Shifterof Oceanside, N .Y.: vived by his wife Frida; a
BEN WILSON, former
and four grandchildren.
son, Samuel; a daughter, Detroiter of Las Vegas, died
* * *
Mrs. Alter (Frieda) Justen 'Aug. 18. Survived by a
SAMUEL
KOR N- of Cincinnati, Ohio; a brother, Julius Wolfson;
HEISER, former Detroi ter brother, William of Brook- and
. a sister. Mrs. Harry
of Los Angeles, died A ug. lyn, N.Y. and four grand- (Sylvia)
Davis.
1:3. Survived by his wi fe, children.
* * *
* * *
Pearl; two sons, Jerome of
MAYER YAGODA, for-
Southfield and Sidney of
ESTHER RAPHAEL
Los Angeles; two daughte rs, 19100 W. Seven Mile, die d d mer Detroiter of St. Peters-
Mrs. Harry (Florence) K lei- Aug. 18. She leaves her bus burg, Fla., died Aug. 18.
man and Mrs. Har old hand, Louis, two daughters Survived by his wife, Rose;
(Rhoda) Shapiro, both of Dr. Edna Raphael of Boals two sons, Kenneth and Rob-
Los Angeles; a brother, Ja ck burg, Pa., and Mrs. Leo ert: four brothers Sol, Sam-
of Southfield; seven gra nd- (Alva) Dworkin; five grand- uel, Irving and Barney, all
children and two gre a t- children and three great- of Detroit. Interment St.
Petersburg.
grandchildren. Interme nt grandchildren.
* *
Los Angeles.

* * *
VICTOR

THEODORE M
ROVIN, 878 Maple View

27415 Greenfield, South
Ct., Rochester, died Aug. 13.
field ; died Aug. 18. He He leaves his wife, Jane, two
leaves his wife, Edith; two sons, Ronald and Michael of
daughters, Mrs. Ted Long Beach, Calif.; a daugh-
(Martha) Friedman and ter, Mrs. Paul (Joy) Rosen-
Mrs. Norman (Ruth) Letzer; thal of El Paso, Texas; a
a brother, Maurice of Ar- brother, Alex S.; two sis-
gentina; and four grandchil- ters, Mrs. William H.
dren.
• (Shirley) Traitel and Mrs.
* * *
Abe (Nadelle) Feldman; and
NATHAN A. MAR-
seven grandchildren.
GOLIS, 18708 Stoepel, died
* * *
Aug. 16. Survived by two
BECKIE SIEFER died
brothers, Sam and Hyman.
Aug. 17. She leaves two
* * *
sons, Dr. Ellis and Louis; a
LAURA "DeROVEN"
sister, Mrs. Luba. Keefe of
MAR'KOVITZ died Aug.
Chicago; five grandchildren
19. She leaves a son, Clar-
and five great-grandchil-
ence DeRoven; a daughter,
dren.
', * *
Mrs. Carl (Myra) Gornbein;
wo sisters, Mrs. Sam (Eli-
HESSIE
SINKOFF,
z abeth) Lazarus of Los An-
26051
Lahser,
Southfield,
g eles, Calif., and Mrs. Stan-
died Aug. 15. Survived by
ey (Lucille) Kirschbaum;
two sons, Saul H. and
f ive grandchildren and one
Aaron; a daughter, Mrs.
g reat-grandson.
Larry (Dorothy) Goss of
* *
Garden Grove, Calif.; eight
SEMTOV PERAHIA
grandchildren and six great-
(SAM PERISHA), 473 Pe-
grandchildren.
* * *
terboro, died Aug. 12. Sur-
vived by a cousin, Joseph
ANTON STEIN, 18489
Sciaky in Argentina.
Coyle, died Aug. 20. Sur-
* * *
vived by a sister-in-law,
ISIDOR RAAB, 19483
Mrs. Helen Stein; two
Ashton, died Aug. 15. Sur-
nieces, Mrs. Ilona Golden-
thal and Mrs. Esther Lustig.

CARD OF THANKS

The family of the late

Bernard (Ben) Kasky

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

In M_emory Of Our
Beloved
Wife, Mother and
Grandmother

If a death
occurs away
from home...

SOPHIE

(BLUESTEIN)
BLUE

Who passed away
Aug. 28, 1970. Sadly
missed and always
remembered by her
loving husband, Jack
Blue; and children Ir-
ene Burg and Helen
Tatarka; and grand-
children.

My Beloved Connie

Another year has passed and although it
seems like a lifetime, it is just two short years
since you needlessly slipped out of our lives.
We live our lives as best as we can, but not a
day, an hour, or second passes without a
thought of our beautiful Connie. Rest peace-
fully knowing that your son is adjusting
slowly but fine and your mother and I will
never forget the beautiful times we had to-
gether.

A telephone call to us,
gives you the assurance
that a man you know is
helping you.

We can make the desired
arrangements re ga rd I ess
of where a death occurs.

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

ELUL AUG.
IDA E. BECKER
17
24
ROSE DIAMOND
17
24
SAM DUBIN
17
24
NATHAN KATCHAN
17
24
ESTHER G. RUFFSKY
17
24
SOPHIE BLUE-BLUESTEIN
18
25
EDITH G. COHEN
18
25
ISRAEL EIZEN
18
25
HARRY GOODMAN
18
25
ISAAC KRESCH
18
25
WILLIAM MELLON
18
25
LEO FLEKEL
19
26
JOSEPH GOLDMAN
19
26
FANNIE LIFSHITZ
19
26
ARTHUR SCHECTER
19
26
JACOB STEINBOCK
19
26
BESSIE WEINGARDEN
19
26
HARRY WEISWASSER
19
26
NECHEMIAH B'R SHAUL
20
27
HERMAN DIAMOND
20
27
JULIUS KOZLOFF
20
27
DORA E. GREEN
20
27
ANNA BLOOM
21
28
SARAH GLASSMAN
21
28
REV. LESTER KING
21
28
JOSEPH SAXER
21
28
RUTH SCHWARTZ
21
28
PHILIP FORMAN
22
YAACOV H. B'R ISROEL
22 •
MORRIS BROOKS
22
29
ESTHER R. CARMEN
22
29
ESTHER COHN
22
29
NATHAN HESS
22
29
ROSE IWREY
22
29
HARRY MONDRY
22
29
SIGMUND ROHLIK
22
29
FANNIE SCHWARTZ
22
29
JACK SEDER
22
29
SONJA YABECK
22
29
ESTHER ROSENSHINE
23
30
CLARENCE ABLITZ
23
30
YEHUDITH COHEN
23
30
JACOB FEFFER
23
30
REBECCA D. FREEDMAN
23
30
LEAH MORRISON
23
30
REBECCA PODOLSKY
23
30
JACOB SOBERMAN
23
30

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Yehudah

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Southfield

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