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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-12-05

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Attorney Manuel Zechman

Manuel Zechman, former
general counsel for the De-
troit Street Railways sys-
tem (now Department of
Transportation), died Nov.
29 at age 66.
A native Detroiter, Mr.
Zechman was appointed
DSR general counsel in July
1963 by former Detroit

1VIANUEL ZECHMAN •

Mayor Jerome P. Cavanagh,
and held that post until Oc-
tober 1968.
He was a graduate of the
University of Detroit's law
school and received an hon-
orary doctorate from that
institution in 1969. Mr.
Zechman was an attorney
with offices in Troy. He was

Nat Singer, 73

Nat Singer, a retired la-
dies apparel merchant, died
Nov. 26 at age 73.

Born in Montreal, Mr.
Singer lived most of his life
in the Detroit area until his
retirement six years ago to
Florida. He founded Ley-
ton's in 1950 and prior to
that was in wholesale ladies
apparel.

He was a member of Tem-
ple Israel and was a charter
member and past president
of the Women's Apparel
Club of Michigan. He re-
sided in Hollywood, Fla.

He leaves his wife, So-
phie; two sons, Walter of
Miami and Harold; two
daughters, Mrs. Bernard
(Leatrice) Brawer and Mrs.
Seymour (Barbara) Davis;
18 grandchildren and three
great-grandchildren. Inter-
ment Detroit.

The Family
of the Late

MILTON
WINSTON

Announces the un-
veiling of a monument
in his memory 11:30
a.m. Sunday, Dec. 7,
at Chesed Shel Emes
- emetery. Cantor
*eder will officiate.
elatives and friends
are asked to attend.

The Family
of the Late

BETTY B.
KOSOFSKY

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

OBITUARIES

a member of the Michigan
State Bar Association and
was admitted to practice
before the United States Su-
preme Court.
Mr. Zechman was
awarded two Bronze Star
medals as a major in the
U.S. Army during World
War II. He resided at 12950
Vernon, Huntington Woods.
He leaves his wife, Bess; a
son, Neil; and a sister, Mrs.
Simon (Beulah) Sauter.

Freddie Krauss

Freddie Krauss, a real
estate manager, died Nov.
29 at age 62.
Born in Detroit, Mr.
Krauss was an executive
with the Colonial Depart-
ment Stores until 1965. He
was a member of the Jewish
War Veterans, Pisgah
Lodge of Bnai Brith and
Cong. Beth Shalom and its
men's club. He resided at
13051 Oak Park Blvd.
He leaves his wife, Rhoda;
a daughter, Iva; two broth-
ers, Maurice I. and Burnett
J.; and a sister, Mrs. Irving
(Brinnie) Rubin.

Harry Friedgut, 75

Harry Friedgut, A. former
Detroiter who was asso-
ciated with the United Jew-
ish Charities here the
1920s; died Nov. 27 in San
Diego, Calif., at age 75.
Mr. Friedgut earned a BA
degree from Queen's Uni-
versity in Canada and later
an MA degree from New
York University while he
was a director in Newark,
N.J., of the YM and YWHA,
a post he held for 12 years.
He later became manag-
ing director of the New York
music foundation and when
the New York City Center
opened, he was called by
former New York Mayor
Fiorello La Guardia to be-
come its first director.
Mr. Friedgut also was
an administrative assist-
ant at the Jewish Theolog-
ical Seminary and later
director. of the American
Friends of the Hebrew
University. He then went
into business with his son
and retired eight years
ago.
He is survived by his wife,
the former Rose Fisher of
Detroit; a son, Oscar D. of
Boston; a daughter, Mrs.
Edward (Esther) Marshall
of San Diego; two brothers,
five sisters, five grandchil-
dren and two great grand-
children.

December 5, 1975 55

CHARLES ANCHILL
died Nov. 29. He leaves his
wife, Evelyn; two sons, Al-
lan and Byron; a daughter,
Gail; his mother, Mrs. Jacob
(Eva) Anchill; two brothers,
Louis and Herman; a sister,
Mary F.; and one grand-
daughter.
* * *

ELLIS RABB, 25543
Briar Dr., Oak Park, died
Dec. 3. He leaves his wife,
Joyce; a son, Lee M.; and a
brother, Theodore.
* * *
MORRIS FEINER, 15001
James, Oak Park, died Nov.
28. Survived by his wife,
Sara.
* * *
ISRAEL FINKEL-
STONE of Farmington
Hills died Nov. 30 in Miami
Beach, Fla. Survived by a
daughter, Mrs. Theodore
(Minnie) Tanner of Des
Plaines, Ill.; three grand-
children and seven great-
grandchildren. Interment
Detroit.
* * *
CHARLES FORMAN,
former Detroiter of Los
Angeles, died Nov. 28. Sur-
vived by a son, Ralph of Los
Angeles; two sisters and a
grandson.
* * *
NORMA GELIEBTER,
20550 Burgess, died Nov. 28.
Survived by a son, Jack; two
daughters, Mrs. Max (Bella)
Bassin and Mrs. Martin
(Ida) Schwartz; a brother,
Sam Gold; three sisters,
•Mrs. Mary Sklare, Mrs.

Joseph Hoffman

Joseph Hoffman, retired
owner of Hof-Roe Shop in
Dearborn," died Nov. 25 at
age 75.
Born in Romania, Mr.
Hoffman lived 25 years in
Detroit. He owned his worn-
en's apparel shop for 25
years and retired one year
ago. He was a member of
Cong. Bnai David and its
men's club and Zager-Stone
Lodge of Bnai Brith. He re-
sided at 27421 Rainbow Cir-
Lathrup Village.
He leaves his wife, Rose;
and four sisters, Mrs. Jo-
seph (Sarah) Nadler, Mrs.
Harry (Rebecca) Webber,
Mrs. Benjamin (Edith) Haz-
nof and Mrs. Charles (Bella)'
Segall, all of Montreal.

In Loving Memory of Our Beloved
Daughter, Sister and Sister-in-law

SANDRA (Sandy) PERLMUTER

Who passed away Dec. 17, 1974 (3 days in
Tevet). We miss your now, our hearts are sore.
As time goes by we miss you more. Your loving
smile, your gentle face. No one can fill your va-
cant place. Sadly missed by your mother and
dad, Eve and Morris Sher; brother, Charles
(Chuck); and sister-in-law, Carole.

Clara Hechtman and Mrs.
Ben (Minnie) Stashefsky;
seven grandchildren and
four great-grandchildren.
* * *
SALLY GLAZER, 25390
Basin St., Southfield, died
Dec. 3. Survived by her hus-
band, Saul; two sons, Mar-
vin and Gregory; two broth-
ers, Lou Siporin of Los
Angeles and Max Siporin of
Fort Lauderdale, Fla.; a sis-
ter, Mrs. Mollie Fields of
Fort Lauderdale; and two
grandchildren.
* * *
BERTHA GREEN-
BERG, 814 S. Woodward,
Royal Oak, died Dec. 1. She
leaves two sons, Melvin Rit-
ter and Edward Ritter; two
daughters, Ruth L. and Mrs.
Milton (Florence) Miller; a
sister, Mrs. Pearl Stahl of
Connecticut; 11 grandchil-
dren and two great-grand-
children.
* * *
HERMAN GREEN-
WALD, 23171 Kipling, Oak
Park, died Dec. 1. Survived
by his wife, Ilona; a son,
Norman of Des Moines,
Iowa; two daughters, Mrs.
Philip (Judy) Silverstein of
Chicago and Mrs. Earl (Yo-
landa) Schatz; a brother,
Morris of Palm Springs,
Calif.; three sisters, Sarah,
Helen and Peppy; and eight
grandchildren.
* * *
JOSEPHINE GUBIN
2070 W. Euclid, died Nov.
30. Survived by a brother,
Abraham and a sister, Cecil.
* * *
ANNA KITTNER 23130
Parklawn, Oak Park, died
Nov. 29. Survived by a son,
Nathan; a daughter, Mrs.
Daniel (Emily) Arnold; four
grandchildren and one
great-grandchild.
* * *
ELEANOR LEDER of
Toronoto, Ontario, died Nov.
12. Survived by her hus-
band, Manny; a son, Jamie;
three daughters, Gail,
Karen and Cindy; her par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis
(Rose)' Schwartz; and a
brother, Jack H. Schwartz
of Oak Park. Interment Tor-
onto.
*.
*
SOPHIE LEVINE of
London, Ontario, died Nov.
28. Survived by her hus-
band, Joseph; two daugh-
ters, Mrs. Lawrence (Mar-
lene) Emmer of Southfield
and Mrs. Leonard (Char-
lotte) Braitman of Windsor;
and three grandchildren.
Interment London, Ont.
* * *
SAMUEL PICKENS
19250 Votrobeck Dr., died
Nov. 29. Survived by his
wife, Jean; two sons, Irving,
and William; a brother, So-
loman of Riverside, Calif.;
two sisters, Mrs. Frank
(Minnie) Rankin and Mrs.
David (Rose) Winik, both of
Baltimore, Md.; and five
grandchildren.



GLADYS PRUCHNO,
21829 Potomac, Southfield,
died Dec. 2. Survived by her
husband, Albert; two sons,
Charles and William; a
daughter, Rachel; one
brother and one sister.

George H. Kaner of Oak
Park and Sam Kaner of
Southfield; four sisters,
Mrs. Nathan (Jeannette)
Spinner, Mrs. Norman
(Nettie) Sukenic and Mrs.
Martin (Ruth) Rose, all of
* * *
Southfield, and Mrs. Na-
RUTH SAXON, 28491 than (Edith) Butrimovitz of
Park; and two grand-
Glasgow, Southfield, died Oak
children.
Interment Or-
Dec. 1. She leaves her hus- lando.
band, Albert; a son, Martin
* * *
Stein; her step-mother, Mrs.
JACOB
H. ZOMBERG,
Pauline Saxon; seven broth-
ers, Ely Katz, Harry Katz, 23620 Kenosha, Oak Park,
Max Katz, David Katz, Leo died Nov. 30. Survived by his
Katz, Sam Katz and Joe wife, Etka; a daughter, Mrs.
Katz; a sister, Mrs. Jack Edward (Mariette) Gold-
berg; and two grandchil-
(Delores) Hintz; and one dren.
grandson.

PEARL D. SCHLESIN-
GER died Dec. 3. She leaves
a son, Jerry Tilleman of San
Francisco; and two daugh-
ters, Mrs. Ben (Shirley) Li-
novitz and Mrs. Myer
(Naomi) Gonic;And seven
grandchildren.
* * *
SAM TARAKOFF, 168
S. Walnut, Mt. Clemens,
died Nov. 30. Survived by his
wife, Ida; a son, Louis; a
daughter, Mrs. Louis (Lora)
Fireman of Oak Park; two
_ sisters, Mrs. Sarah Ditkoff
of Oak Park and Mrs. Berish
(Channa) Silber of Windsor;
and five grandchildren.
* * •*
PEARL WEINSTEIN,
former Detroiter of Or-
lando, Fla., died Dec. 1. Sur-
vived by her husband, Rob-:
ert; three daughters,
Frances of Atlanta, Ga.,
Mrs. Wendell (Rita) Rigby
of Florida, and Martha Ka-
ner of Boston; two brothers,

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following d s-
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Studying of
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ADOLPH ESCOFF
ROSE MARKS
ABRAHAM PUPKO
SAM S. REINSTEIN
JOSEPH SCHERR
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DAVID STURMAN
SAMUEL BIENENFELD
JENNIE CAPLAN
ISRAEL FISHMAN
MARIA FOLTYN
MARY GLOSMAN
JACK ISBEE
MORRIS KOSS
HERMAN ROSENBERG
JACOB SHEVITZ
HARRY SURATH
PAUUNE SUROWITZ
SARAH BUCHMAN
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JACOB LEVIN
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MAURICE SAFRAN
BESSIE SHORR
TONY THORN
JACOB COHN
BERNICE D. MAZER
SAMUEL ROBINSON
NORMAN STERN
LIBA E. AGRANOVITZ
BENJAMIN H. ETTINGER
BEN FELDMAN
FANNIE FREEDMAN
DOROTHY J. GOODMAN
ZELDA KLEIMAN
LEE GLADSTONE
SARAH MILMET
LEA RUBEL
RACHEL WEINER
ETHEL L. WIENER
BERNARD BLOCH
FAYGA G. CHESLUK
ROSE FEW
AUBREY JACOB
HARRY KEYS
EDITH L. MARX
ISRAEL LUBOW
DOROTHY MISRACH
REVA SCHOICHIT
SAM SIEGEL
ALEXANDER WEISS
NETTIE FRIEDMAN
AARON NATINSKY
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