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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-11-12

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Dr. Louis Harley

Dr. Louis M. Harley, a
physician with offices in
Detroit, died Nov. 8 at age
71.
Born in Duluth, Minn.,
Dr. Harley lived 68 years
in Detroit. A graduate of
the University of Michi-
gan's medical school in
1931, Dr. Harley was chief
of pediatrics at North De-
troit General Hospital, a
past president of the De-
troit Pediatric Society, a
member of the Wayne
County and Michigan
State Medical Societies
and the Michigan Allergy
Society.
He served on the staffs
of Children's, Harper,
Sinai, North Detroit Gen-
;eral, Hutzel and Mt.
Carmel Mercy hospitals.
He also was a member of
the Franklin Hills Coun-
try Club. He resided at
5130 Woodlands Tr.,
Bloomfield Hills.
He leaves his wife,
Dorothy M.; three sons,
Dr. Ned of ioulder, Colo.,
Dr. Kenneth of Piedmont,
Calif., and Dr. William of
Cambridge, Mass.; a
brother, Max; a siste_•
Mrs. William (Betty)
Stearns; and two grand-
children.

Count Zamoyski,
Supported Israel

LONDON (JTA)—Count
Stefan Zamoyski, a Polish
nobleman who was a
strong and active friend
of Israel, died in San
Francisco while repre-
senting Israel at the In-
ternational Conference of
the Arab Horse Organi-
zation. He was 71.
A former aide de camp
to General Sikorski, the
wartime Polish leader in
exile, Zamoyski combined
his love of thoroughbred
horses with his support
for Israel.
Among his Israeli
equestrian friends was
Chaim Barley, the pre-.
sent minister of com-
merce.

Henry Cohen, 71

Henry Cohen, past
president of Abner Wolfe
Co., wholesale grocers,
died Nov. 7 at age 71.
Born in Baltimore, Md.,
Mr. Cohen lived 53 years
in Detroit. He was as-
sociated with the Abner
Wolfe firm for 38 years,
retiring as its president
in 1961. Following his re-
tirement from the com-
pany, he became as-
Dr. Yale Miller, 45 sociated with Morton
Dr. Yale M. Miller, an Weisman Associates, food
optometrist with offices. brokers.
He was a member of
in Dearborn, died Nov. 8
Adat Shalom Synagogue,
at age 45.
A native Detroiter, Dr. Bnai Brith and active in
Miller was a 1955 efforts for Technion,
graduate of the Northern Brandeis University,
Illinois College of Op- Jewish National Fund,,
tometry. He was a Jewish Home for the
member of the Michigan Aged, Bar-Ilan Univer-
• Optometric Association sity, Hillel Day School,
and Bnai Brith. He re- Hebrew University, Sinai
sided at 20113 Ma- Hospital, the United
Foundation, Jewish
plewood, Livonia.
He leaves his wife, Theological Seminary
Elayne; two sons, David and Yeshiva University.
He leaves his wife, Lil-
and Scott; a daughter,
lian; a son, Marshall J.; a
Stacey; and two sisters, daughter,
Mrs. Morton
Mrs. Wallace (Lucille) (Harriet) Weisman; two
Cherney and Mrs. Henry brothers, six sisters and
(Myrna) Horne.
five grandchildren.

i

ln Memoriaml

In loving memory of our
beloved husband and
father, Joseph Lawrence
Allender, who passed
away one year ago. Sadly
missed and always in our
hearts.

In Cherished Memory
of Our Beloved
Father and Grandfather

FRED ROTH

Gone but never forgotten
on this the sixth anniversary
of his passing, Nov. 15, 1970.
We think of you always.
Sadly missed and lovingly
remembered by son, Allan;
daughter and son-in-law,
andy and Ivan Collins; and
'andchildren, Marla and
Eden Collins.

In Loving Memory Of

BETTY
STERN

Who passed away
Nov. 12, 1972 and is
always in our hearts.
Sadly missed by her
children, grandchil-
dren and great-
grandson.

Monument
Unveilings

The family of the late
Arthur I. Benson an-
nounces the unveiling of
a monument in his mem-
ory 12 noon Sunday, Nov.
14, at Machpelah Cemet-
ery. Rabbi Rosenbaum
and Cantor Klein will of-
ficiate. Relatives and
friends are asked to at-
tend.

The Family
of the Late

DR. HERMAN
TEITEL

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

MARSHALL IRVING
BRAUNSTEIN, 34, for-

mer Detroiter of To-
panga, Calif., died Nov. 8.
He leaves his mother,
Mrs. Max (Lillian)
Braunstein; and cousins.
Interment Detroit.
* * *
WERNER VICTOR
COHN, 54, 7340 W.
Greenwich, Birmingham,
died Nov. 9. Survived by
his wife, Lore; two sons,
Michael A. and Dr.
Ronald; a sister, Mrs.
Gerald (Lilly) Rosenberg
of Elmhurst, L.I., N.Y.
* * *
MARION
YETTA
COOPER, 57, 15689 Addi-
son, Southfield, died Nov.
8. Survived by her hus-

Irving Simms, 66

Irving Simms, presi-
dent of Simms Neon Sign
Co., died Nov. 9 at age 66.
Born in Youngstown,
Ohio, Mr. Simms was in
the sign business for 40
years in Detroit. He was a
past commander of Lt.
Raymond Zussman Post
of the Jewish War Veter-
ans, past state officer of
JWV and a member of
Temple Israel. He resided
at 25002 Chambley Dr.,
Southfield.
He leaves his wife,
Adele; a son, Dr. Stuart;
two daughters, Mrs. John
(Suzie) Katz and Bar-
bara; a sister, Mrs. Sol
(Leona) Sudak of Lyn-
dhurst, Ohio; and four
granddaughters.

Gustave Levy, 66,
Noted Investor

NEW YORK — Gustave
Lehman Levy, a promi-
nent Wall Street figure
who headed Goldman,
Sachs and Co., died Nov. 3
at age 66.
As the senior partner
and chairman of the
management committee
of Goldman, Sachs, he ran
one of the nation's largest
investment banking
firms. He was a member
of the board of directors of
the New York Stock Ex-
change and was previ-
ously its chairman for two
years.
He was a director of 16
major industrial corpora-
tions and a trustee of the
Bowery Savings Bank.
He was a commissioner of
the Port Authority of
New York and New Jer-
sey and a trustee of both
the Museum of Modern
Art and the John F. Ken-
nedy Center for the Per-
forming Arts in
Washington.
He was often elected
treasurer of the non-profit
organizations to which he
gave many hours, such as
the Lincoln Center for the
performing Arts, the In-
ternational Synagogue
and the American Friends
of Canada Committee.

band, Albert A.; a daugh-
ter, Mrs. Russell (Char-
lene) Larson of Ypsilanti;
a brother, Jerry Hartman
of Palm B
each Gardens,
Fla.; two sisters, Mrs. Is-
rael (Bertha) Kirzner and
Mrs. Seymour (Isabelle)
Rosenthal of South
Miami, Fla.; and one
grandchild.
* * *
HARVEY ELBINGER,
84, former Detroiter of
Miami Beach, Fla., died
Nov. 1. Survived by two
daughters, Mrs. Louis
(Charlotte) Warshaw of
an Diego, Calif., and
Mrs. Robert (Marilyn)
Heydt of Forest Hills,
N.Y.

Mollie Goldman; and and a sister, Pauline of
seven grandchildren. New York.
* * *
Services 1 p.m. today at
Ira Kaufman Chapel.
LOUIS
Z. SIEGEL, 84,
* * *
died Nov. 8. He leaves his
MAY
GOLDMAN wife, Anna; three sons,
LUMBERG, 92, died Nov. Morris Eisenberg of Tuc-
8. She leaves a son, Har- son, Ariz., Louis Eisen-
vey Goldman; a daughter, berg and Samuel Eiseil-
Mrs. Emil (Irene) Stern; berg; a daughter, Mrs.
two brothers, Joe Colvin Peggy Winters; two
and Henry Crane; a sis- granddaughters and one
ter, Mrs. Ralph (Minnie) great-grandson.
* * *
Berg; two grandchildren
and four great-
RUBIN WYSOKI, 59,
grandchildren.
14010 Elgin, Oak Park,
* * *
died Nov. 7. Survived by
IDA MANDEL, 82, 3150 his wife, Sonia; three
Greenfield, Royal Oak, sons, Allen, Harry and
died Nov. 6. She leaves a Samuel; a brother, Philip
son, Paul; a daughter, of Toronto; and a sister,
Mrs. Lewis (Vivian) Sul- Mrs. Rivka Halpern of Is-
* * *
kin; seven grandchildren rael.
FRIED, 88, 245 and six great
B
arden Dr., Bloomfield grandchildren.
Barden
* * *
Hills, died Nov. 9. Sur-
vived by a son, David M.;
BERNARD P. PUPKO,
two daughters, Mrs. Jack 69, former Detroiter of
(Dorothy) Cornell of San Diego, Calif., died
During the
Paris, France, and Mrs. Nov. 4. He leaves a
coming week
Cecil (Mary) Miller of daughter, Mrs. Don (Ab-
Yeshivoth Beth .
Glasboro, N.J.; two bye Joyce) Barach of San
Yehudah will
brothers, John Diego; and two grand-
observe the
Leuchtman and Alex daughters. Interment
Yahrzeits of the
Leuchtman of Florida; a Detroit. * * *
following
d s-
sister, Mrs. Margaret
ported friends,
JEROME D. RYNEK,
Weiss; 14 grandchildren
with the tradi-
and five great- 78, 20687 Kensington Ct.,
tional Memor-
Southfield, died Nov. 8.
grandchildren.
ial .Prayers, re-
* * *
Survived by his wife,
citation of
FRANK GOODMAN, 81, Betty; two sons, Donald
Kaddish and
23520 Morton, Oak Park, H. of Bay City and Shel-
Studying of
died Nov. 4. Survived by don Young of Highland
his wife, Matilda; a son, Park, Ill.; two daughters,
Mishn :ES:S.
VAN NOV.
Morton of Ypsilanti; two Mrs. Norman (Lenore)
MEYER BRODSKY
14
21
ISRAEL COHEN
21
14
daughters, Mrs. Jack (Lil- Lowenstein and Mrs.
LOUIS HARRIS
21
14
lian) Mackson of Santa Harvey S. (Sharon)
JERRY KANE
21
14
ROSE
L
KRJUAER
14
Rubenstein;
and
10
21
Monica, Calif., and Mrs.
BELLE I. PEARSON
21
14
Harry (Selma) Kramer; a grandchildren.
JACOB SCHULMAN
21
14
* * *
MOLLY SELIGSON
21
14
brother, Isaac; a sister,
RENA SINGER
21
14
DR. ISIDORE SELZER,
Mrs. Morris (Ida) Love;
ELKE EISENBERG
22
15
HYMAN
FRIEDMAN
22
69,
died
Nov.
9.
He
leaves
and seven grandchildren.
ESTHER NOSANCHUK
15
22
* * *
his wife, Herta; a daugh-
SALLY RAAB
15
22
DAVID SOSSICX
22
ANNE GULKO, 57, ter, Linda; a brother, Mil-
15
JENNIE BERKOWER
16
29524 Lochmoor, Far-• ton of San Diego, Calif.;
BENJAMIN GARFIELD
23
16
NATHAN GOLDSTEIN
23
16
mington Hills, died Nov.
TILLIE GROSSMAN
23
16
5. Survived by her hus-
Sidney A. Deitch
SADIE F. JORDAN
23
16
MOSHE A. MISHANSKY
23
16
band, Walter; and a sis-
DETROIT
ISADORE WEINGARDEN
16
23
ter, Mrs. Frances Jaffee
MAX BEDNARSH
24
17
MONUMENT WORKS
FANNIE DAVIDSON
17
24
of Ann Arbor.
SAM MESSING
17
24
* * *
14441 W. 11 Mile Rd.
Z. MUSCOVITZ
24
17
Gardner, Netw. Coolidge & Greenfield
DORA PLOTKIN
24
17
SAMUEL HENCKEN,
WILLIAM
STEIN
24
17
399-2711 Eve. 626-0330
91, died Nov. 3. He leaves
HERMAN ZOLD
24
17
LOUIS BERNSTEIN
18
25
three sons, Bernard, Jack
BENJAMIN B. GAUM
25
18
and Irving; a daughter,
COLEMAN ROTTENBERG
25
18
MONUMENT CENTER, INC.
REBECCA SKLAR
25
18
Mrs. Robert (Eileen) Is-
SADIE
H.
SPEVAKOW
25
18
661 E. 8 MILE, FERNDALE
rael; nine grandchildren,
KUNIE ABRAMOWITZ
26
19
1 'h Blocks E. of Woodward
CHANA
BAXTER
26
19
six great-grandchildren
FANNIE CARNICK
19
26
6 Blks. from 3 Jewish
and one great-great-
MINNIE
P.
COHEN
19
26
Cemeteries on Woodward
JACOB KALE
26
19
grandson.
NATHAN LANGWALD
26
19
LI
2-8266
JO
4-5557
* * *
BELLA ROSENBAUM
26
19
LEWIS ROSS
26
19
ARTHUR ERWIN
NATHAN SILVERMAN
19
26
MAXINE F. ZACK
26
KOTLIER, 46, 6103 Or-
19
ETHEL BAXTER
MONUMENTS BY
27
20
chard Lake Rd., West
SARAH DROOCK
27
20-
HERMAN J. FISHEL
Bloomfield, died Nov. 10.
27
20
JEANETTE KABAKER
27
20
Survived by his parents,
MARGARET KATZ
27
20
AN
D
EPHRIAM LAZARUS
27
20
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
ANNA SELMAN
27
(Goltlie) Kotlier; and a sis-
AARON SIMONS
27
20
MARVIN A. WEINGARDEN
27
20
ter, Mrs. Gabriel M. (Rae)
MOLLIE B. WEISS
27
20
Sitrin. Services 10:30 a.m.
ROSE WEINER
27
20
today at Hebrew Memo-
FINE MONUMENTS
rial Chapel.
Yeshivoth Beth

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daughters, Mrs. Abe
(Annette) Hitow and Mrs.
Alex (Myrna) Kline; three
brothers, Morris of
Florida, Sam and
Charles; two sisters, Mrs.
Al (Rose) Dubin and Mrs.

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