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October 26, 1979 - Image 63

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-10-26

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Winkelman's Co-Founder Dies

Isadore Winkelman, co-
founder with his late
brother, Leon, of Winkel-
man Stores Inc., women's
ready-to-wear clothing
chain with more than 80
stores in Michigan, Ohio
and Illinois, died Oct. 20 at
age 77.
Born in Manistique in the
Upper Peninsula, the son of
a Jewish shopkeeper, Mr.
inkelman was intrigued
big city life and moved to
Detroit in his teens.
In 1922, with the support
of his family, Mr. Winkel-
man opened the first of what
was to have been a chain of
men's clothing stores. How-
ever, he realized there was a
bigger market in women's
wear and he and his brother
began thier women's clo-
thing operation.
Coming from a kosher
home — his mother, Hat--
tie, had to import meat by
boat from Minnesota and
Sabbath services were
held in the Winkelman

0

Sidney Stark

Sidney S. Stark, owner of
Leonard's Hardware in
Warren for the past 16
years, died Oct. 18 at age 60.
A native Detroiter, Mr.
Stark was a member of Per-
fection Lodge of the Masons
and the Warren Chamber of
Commerce.
He leaves • his wife,
Bluma; three sons, Jay,
Robert and Eliot; two
daughters, Ms. Hilary Wil-
son of Roswell, Ga., and
Francine; his mother, Mrs.
Henry (Flora) Stark; a sis-
ter, Ethel of Hollywood,
Calif.; and two grandsons.

I n Memoriam

In loving memory of be-
loved husband, Louis J.
Cohen, who passed away
Oct. 27, 1976. Sadly missed
by wife, Betty, children and
grandchildren.

In Memory
of Our Beloved

,

LESLEY
BARBARA

November 1973
(9 Cheshvan)

Always in our hearts.
Mother and Dad and
Sisters.

home — Mr. Winkelman
maintained the tradition
learned in his home by
his active support of
Jewish causes.
With his wife, Beryl, who
was active in efforts on be-
half ofJewish causes and Is-
rael, Mr. Winkelman was a
major contributor to the
Jewish Welfare Federa-
tion's Allied Jewish Cam-
paign and served on the
boards of Sinai Hospital,
which named a wing for
him, and the Jewish Home
for Aged. He also worked on

Sidney Heinrick

The Family
of the Late

NORMAN
SILETS

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

The Families
of the Late

In Memory Of
My Beloved Father

ROY R.
RUBEN

Though You, left our
midst six years ago, Oct.
25, 1973, you will never
be forgotten. Your lov-
ing daughter, Rochelle,
and husband Eddie;
grandchildren, Eva and
David Chinsky, Debi
and Hartley Harris; and
great-grandson, Joel
Chinsky.

MINNIE
STONE

Acknowledge with
grateful appreciation
the many kind ex-
pressions of sympathy
extended by relatives
and friends during the
families' recent be-
reavement.
The Stone
and Slavin Families

OBITUARIES n

DORA BLATT, 84,
24110 Oneida, Oak Park,
died Oct. 22. Survived by a
son, Norman B. of Novi; a
daughter, Mrs. Harvey
(Sylvia) Samuels; two
brothers, Joseph Horowitz,
George Horowitz, both of
Miami, Fla.; a sister, Mrs.
Tillie Goldstein; four
grandchildren and three
great-grandchildren.

* * *

ISADORE WINKELMAN

behalf of the United Found-
Sidney J. Heinrick, re- ation.
Mr. Winkelman, who re-
tired president of Fellows
Medical Division of sided at 2169 Colony Club
Chromalloy Pharmaceuti- Ct., West Bloomfield, leaves
cal, Inc., died Oct. 18 at age his wife, Beryl; three sons,
Eric, Jan and Dr. Ned; two
66.
Born in Atlanta, Ga., Mr. daughters, Mrs. James
Heinrick lived 45 years in (Margot) Proctor of Haddon-
Detroit. He was a past field, N.J., and Harriet of
president of the Standard New York City; a brother,
Club, past president of Heiman of Chicago, Ill.; and
Franklin Hills Country seven grandchildren.
Club, a board member of the
Detroit Historical Society, David B. Brown
and a member of the Na-
David B. Brown, a retired
tional Association of Phar- shoe manufacturer's repre-
maceutical Manufacturers, sentative, died Oct. 20 at
Birmingham Temple and age 87.
Temple Beth El.
Born in Russia, Mr.
He leaves his wife, Brown was active in efforts
Yvette; three daughters, on behalf of Federation
Mrs. Mary Beth Kravets of Apartments. He was a
Deerfield, Ill., Mrs. Lynne member of the Detroit Club
Schaeffer and Lisa Wile; of Miami, Fla., a member of
two sons, Dr. Alan Wile and the board of the Cong.
James Wile; a sister, Mrs. Shaarey Zedek Men's Club
Mollie Shure of Syracuse, and its chevra kadisha, a
N.Y.; and 10 grandchildren. founder and past president
of the Jewish Community
R. Friedenthal
Center Businessmen's
BONN — Author Richard Club, past president of the
Friedenthal, who fled the Michigan Shoe Travelers
Nazis in 1938, died Oct. 19 Association, and a member
at age 83. He was honorary of Perfection Lodge of the
chairman of the West Ger- Masons and Hannah
man center of PEN, the in- Schloss Old Timers.
He leaves his wife,
ternational writers' organ-
Jeanette; a son, Bernard; a
ization.
daughter, Mrs. Max (Selma)
Stromer; five grandchildren
CARDS OF THANKS and six great-
grandchildren.

Arthur Beckwith

Arthur Beckwith, co-
founder of Beckwith-Evans
Carpets, Inc, died Oct. 21 at
age 59.
Born in Poland, Mr.
Beckwith lived 39, years in
Detroit. He retired one year
ago. He was a board
member and chairman of
the greens committee of
Tam-O-Shanter Country
Club and a member of the
Orchids, Smithsonian and
Audubon Societies. He re-
sided at 31765 Franklin
Fairway, Farmington Hills.
He leaves his wife,
Dorothy; two sons, Mark
and Richard; two daugh-
ters, Shelley and Lisa; his
mother, Mrs. Morris (Ethel)
Beckwith; two brothers,
Barry of Beverly Hills,
Calif., and Jack; a sister,
Mrs. David (Frances) Rice;
and two grandsons.

Friday, October 26, 1919 63

EZRA BUCHHALTER,
70, died Oct. 23. He leaves a
brother, Elkin of Philadel-
phia, Pa.; and a sister, Mrs.
Maurice (Naomi) Floch.

* * *

North Miami Beach, Fla.;
two grandchildren and
three great-grandchildren.

* * *

GUSSIE LEVINE, 87,
18133 Nadol, Southfield,
died Oct. 17. Survived by
two sons, Isadore and Man-
uel; two daughters, Mrs.
Sam (Pearl) Harnick and
Mrs. Joe (Etta) Frankfort;
18 grandchildren and six
great-grandchildren:

* * *

DOROTHY PAC-
KARD, 77, formerly of
Charlotte, died Oct. 23 in
North Miami, Fla. She
leaves her husband, Paul;
three sons, Robert of Lat-
hrup Village, Herbert B. of
Southfield and Donald of
Highland Park, Ill.; one
brother and five
grandchildren. Interment
Florida.

FANNIE BUCHS-
BAUM, 87, died Oct. 23.
She leaves three sons,
Alfred of Battle Creek, Er-
nest of Los Angeles, Calif.,
and Joseph; two brothers,
* * *
Charles Berkowitz and
84, died
ROSE
STEIN,
Michael Berkowitz of
Miami Beach, Fla.; five Oct. 23. Survived by two
grandchildren and three step-sons, Frank and
Nathan; and two step-
great-grandchildren.
daughters, Mrs. Sam
* * *
(Stella) Tile of Toronto and
HARRY FEINSTEIN, Mrs. Robert (Helen) Lev;
84, former Detroiter of two sisters, Yetta
Springfield, Mass., died Oct. Grossbaum and Esther
16. Survived by his wife, Zinman of Montreal; eight
Margit; three sons, Sam grandchildren and 11
Fenton of West Bloomfield, great-grandchildren.
* * * •
Edward Fenton or Livonia
'SHIRLEY WALLACE,
and Milton Fenton of Cleve-
land, Ohio; four sisters, Eva 45, former Detroiter of
August of Northampton, Pacific Palisades, Calif.,
Mass., Helen Levine of died Oct. 19. Survived by
Brooklyn, N.Y, Stella her husband, Dr. Melvin;
August and Dora Levy of two sons, Alan and Steven;
Holyoke,
Mass.;
10 her father, Neyman
grandchildren and seven Goldman of Oak Park; three
great-grandchildren.
Interment Springfield.
Sidney A. Deitch
* * *
DETROIT
HARRY GOLDBERG,
MONUMENT WORKS
75, died Oct. 18. He leaves
14441 W. 11 Mile Rd.
Gardner, Ixttw. Coolidge i Greenfield
his wife, Jeanette; three
399-2711 Eve. 626-0330
sons, Herbert, Edward and
Nathan; three daughters,
Mrs. Irwin (Madeline)
MONUMENT CENTER, INC.
Posner, Mrs. Nat (Lois)
661 E. 8 MILE, FERNDALE
Fishman and Mrs. Michael
11/2 Blocks E. of Woodward
(Sharon) Balamut; four
6 Blks. from 3 Jewish
brothers, Alex, Jack, Rudy
Cemeteries on Woodward
and Abe; a sister, Mrs.
LI 2-8266
JO 4-5557
Harry (Rose) Suryitz of
North Miami Beach, Fla.;
16 grandchildren and one
MONUMENTS BY
great-grandson.

* * *

ANNA GORELICK, 86,
17309 Jeanette, Southfield,
died Oct. 19. Survived by
two sons, Jack and Manuel;
two daughters, Mrs. Rose
Greenstein and Mrs. Jonah
(Grace) Alter; a sister, Mrs.
Bessie Evzovitch of
Windsor; 11 grandchildren
and 13 great-
grantichildren.

* * *

TILLIE JABLONSKY,
78, 23301 Kipling, Oak
Park, died Oct. 18. Survived
by her husband, William; a
daughter, Mrs. Max
(Norma) Katz; a sister, Mrs.
Dave (Susie) Berkowitz of

BERG
URBACH

AND

FINE MONUMENTS
SINCE 19W

13405 CAPITAL at Coolidge
OAK PARK - LI 4-2212
Next to Stanley Steamer

brothers, Arthur Goldman
and Sidney Goldman, both
of Oak Park, and Milton
Goldman of Farmington
Hills; three sisters, Mrs.
Irving (Helen) Sallan of
Oak Park, Mrs. Harvey
(Selma) Ellias of California
and Mrs. Clarence (Sylvia)
Bellamy of California.

* * *

LOUISE
GRACE
ZELTZER, 51, died Oct. 18.
She leaves her father,
Joseph; two brothers, Dr.
Allen and George M.; nieces
and nephews.

WE REMEMBER

During the coming
week Yeshivath
Beth Yehudah will
observe the Yahr-
zeits . of the follow-
ing departed
friends, with the
traditional Memo-
rial Prayers, recita-
tion of Kaddish
and Studying of
Mishnavos.



TISHRI OCT.
25 16
CHESHVAN
JULIUS CHOLODENKO
L. SIMON GORENSTEIN
7 28
ESTHER LIPSON
7 28
LORETTE RASHKEN
7 28
LOUIS I. SHAER
7 28
HERSH SHORR
7 28
7 28
IDA STEIN
7 28
HARRY WEINGARDEN
ARON HYMAN
8 29
8 29
HANNAH NEWMAN
BENA S. RODMAN
8 29
MOSHE H. SACHS
8 29
8 29
MORRIS SILVER
DAVID SILVERSTEIN
8 29
HERBERT L. TENNEN
8 29
8 29
LILLIE WORON
9 30
MINNIE BERMAN
9 30
BEN DOBIN
HILDA FELDMAN
9 30
9 30
MINNIE GREENSTEIN
9 30
BESSIE PARTOVICH
REUBEN SANDLER
9 30
10 31
MIRIAM FELDMAN
10 31
MARY KAHRNOFF
10 31
ISAAC KAPLAN
10 31
HYMAN A. KEIDAN
10 31
BESSIE STORCH KLEIN
10 31
ROSE LEAH LESSER
10 31
BERNARD E. POLLAK '
NOV.
11 1
PHILIP BERKOWITZ
11 1
IDA ELIAS
CHARLOTTE HOCHMAN " 1.1 1
-41
1
DAVID LAPIDES
11 1
CHARLES LAWRENCE
11 = 1
HARRY PFEIFFER
11 1
MENDEL RABINOVITCH
11 1
DONALD SCHIFF
12 2
GOLDIE BRESHGOO
12 2
REB MAYER'COHEN
12 2
PEARL KNOPPOW
12 2
ANNA FEGELMAN
12 2
BEN MATZ
12
ELIZABETH L. MICHAEL
12 2
MAX ROSENBAUM
..12 2
HARRY SHAFER
,
'12 2
DR. JULIAN STERN
12 2
SARAH S. TOMASHOFF-
12 2
.
JACK TORCH
13 3
JACK BLITZER
13 3
SAMUEL BURNS
13 3
FANNIE HUBERT
13 3
SAMUEL MICKELSON
13 3
SAMUEL SCHWARTZ

EVA LESSER

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Yehudah

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Southfield
557-6750

Monuments For All Jewish Cemeteries

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SAM GORLICK

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368-3550

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