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November 21, 1980 - Image 71

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-11-21

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Jewish Leader H. Goldman

WASHINGTON (JTA) —
Hymen Goldman, a retired
Washington businessman
and a founder of the Jewish
Community Council of
Greater Washington, died
Nov. 15 at age 92.
Born in Russia, Mr.
Goldman lived in Canada
before coming to Washing-
ton in 1907. He was a found-
ing partner of the Standard
Cigar and Tobacco Co., a
local wholesale tobacco op-
tion, from which he re-
ad in 1970 as chairman of
the board. He also was
founder and director
emeritus of the Macke Corp.

A longtime leader of the
Washington Jewish com-
munity, Mr. Goldman was
president of the Jewish
Community Council in the
1940s. He was president of

The Family
of the Late

JOYCE
FREED

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

The Family
of the Late

SARAH
KATANICK

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

Lou Ronson, Mrs.
Jack (Clara) Wolfe and
Dr. and Mrs. Bennett
Wolfe, the family of the
late

BLUMA WOLFE
RONSON

Wish to express their
gratitude to family and
friends for their kind
condolences during the
family's recent be-
reavement.

the United Jewish Appeal of
Greater Washington in the
mid-1960s and was its hon-
orary president at the time
of his death.
He was vice president
of the American Israel
Public Affairs Committee
and honorary vice
president of the Zionist
Organization of America
and honorary president
of its Louis Brandeis
Zionst District here.
Mr. Goldman was
president of the Hebrew
Home for the Aged of
Greater Washington in the
1940s and 1950s and its
honorary president at the
time of his death. He was
also an honorary board
member of both in the
Jewish Social Service
Agency and the Jewish
Community Center and a
life board member of Adas
Israel Congregation.
In 1968, Georgetown
University's theology de-
partment established a lec-
tureship in Jewish studies
in honor of Mr. Goldman.
His autobiography, "I Could
Write A Book," was pub-
lished in 1974.

Benjamin Falek

Benjamin Falek, a tool
maker for the automotive
industry, died Nov. 14 at
age 91.
Born in Austria, Mr.
Falek was the recording
secretary for the Jewish
Community Center Culture
Club for 17 years.
He leaves his wife, Dora;
a daughter, Mrs. Harry
(Rebecca) Balberor; three
grandchildren and one
great-grandson.

OBITUARIES

MARIE BLOCK, 77,
died Nov. 17. She leaves a
daughter, Mrs. Frances
Bowen; a brother, Elek
Hartman of New York; and
two grandchildren.

* * *

ALICE BOXMAN, 75,
died Nov. 12. She leaves two
sons, Dr. Donald and Mel-
vin; a daughter, Mrs. Ar-
nold (Barbara) Edelstein of
Tianjin, China; and four
grandchildren.

* * *

FRANCES STOLAR-
SKY BROOKS, former De-
troiter of Portland, Ore.,
died Nov. 3. Survived by her
husband, Robert; a son, Al-
lan; a daughter, Terry; and
a sister, Mrs. Morris (Ida)
Shulman of Deerfield Be-
ach, Fla.

* * *

HARRY BROWN, 82,
died Nov. 17. Survived by
his wife, Nellie; two daugh-
ters, Mrs. Michael (Lee)
Golding and Mrs. Irving
(Charlotte) Rosenbaum; a
brother, Alex Braun; five
grandchildren and five
great-grandchildren.
* * *
JOSEPH J. FRANK-
LIN, 84, died Nov. 13. He
leaves his wife, Jeanette; a
son, Raymond of New York;

Journalists Meet

TEL AVIV (JTA) — A
world meeting of Jewish
journalists, sponsored by
the World Federation of
Jewish Journalists, will
take place in Jerusalem
Jan. 17-18. It will coincide
with the meeting of the
World Jewish Congress
Executive.

Parents Mr. and Mrs. Harry Left and
daughters Pamela and Vicki of

IRENE BEVERLEY CHARNEY

Appreciate the many kindnesses and do-
nations bestowed in her blessed memory.
Gratitude to the staff and students of Beth
Jacob School for Girls, members of Cong.
Beth Abraham Hillel Moses, area Or-
thodox clergy and their families, close
friends of Ladies Auxiliary, Jewish War
Veterans, family, neighbors and friends in
our community.

IN MEMORIAM

In Memory Of

ISADORE
HALBERG

Nov. 27, 1976
With
loving
amories. Wish you
were here. Your
presence is greatly mis-
sed throughout the
year.

Your loving children
and grandchildren.

The Family
of the Late

The HEBREW BENEVOLENT SOCIETY (Chesed Shel
Emes) remembers their departed Board Members,
whose Yorzeit is observed in the month of Kislev

JACOB MILLER
8th of Kislev
November 16th
LOUIS LANGWALD
(Pres.-1945)
8th of Kislev
November 16th
ISIDORE SOSNICK
10th of Kislev
November 18th
SAM JOSEFF
14th of Kislev
November 22nd

Announces the un-
veiling of a monument
in his memory 11 a.m.
Sunday, Nov. 30, at He-
brew Memorial Park.
Rabbi James Gordon
will officiate. Relatives
and friends are asked to
attend.

BEN BRAGMAN
21st of Kislev
November 29th
ISADORE NISS
22nd of Kislev
November 30th
MEYER LEVIN
26th of Kislev
December 4th

ISADORE ROSENBERG
29th of Kislev
December 7th

BARNEY CITRIN
(Sec'y.-many years)
17th of Kislev
November 25th

IRVING J.
LEMER

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Friday; November 21, 1980 11

two daughters, Mrs. Frank
(Audrey) Gladman and Mrs.
Harold (Florine) Rothen-
berg; a step-son, Harvey
Stewart; a brother, David
Shaw; seven grandchildren
and six great-
grandchildren.

* * *

PHILIP GERSZKOP,
72, former Detroiter of
Miami Beach, Fla., died
Nov. 17. Survived by his
aunt, Mrs. Sophie Pfeiffer of
Southfield; and cousins.
Services 10 a.m. Sunday at
Hebrew Memorial Chapel.
Interment Detroit.

* * *

ADA GLOBERSON, 83,
died Nov. 12. She leaves two
sons, Larrie and Peter of
Calabasas, Calif.,; two
daughters, Mrs. Harry
(Alice) Farber of Tamarac,
Fla., and Mrs. Herman
(Gloria) Oleshansky of East
Amherst, N.Y.; three sis-
_ters, Mrs. Minna Herff of
Memphis, Tenn., Mrs Jack
(Arlene) Korn of Philadel-
phia, Pa., and Mrs. Richard
(Rosalind) Orloff of Atlanta,
Ga.; 18 grandchildren and
eight great-grandchildren.

• * *

SYLVIA HIRSCH, 57,
died Nov. 13. Survived by
her husband, Melvin I.;
three sons, Marc R., Spencer
E. and Barry C.; three
brothers, Louis Levine,
Alvin Levine and David
LaVau; and two sisters,
Mrs. Harold J. (Jessica)
Baskin and Mrs. Madeline
Gamble.

* * *

GERTRUDE IROFF,
80, died Nov. 14. She leaves
her husband, Lou; a son,
Edwin R.; and a brother,
Manuel Benson of Canoga
Park, Calif.

* * *

* * *

JESSIE NEWMAN, 79,
former Detroiter of Hol-
lywood, Fla., died Nov. 13.
She leaves a son, Morton of
Dallas, Tex.; two daughters,

BENJAMIN SIMONS,
79, formerly of Detroit,
died in Los Angeles,
Nov. 11.
Leaves beloved wife,
Clara, and children
Marilyn and Michael
and cherished
grandson, Bradley.
Donations may be
made to Hadassah, c/c N.
Saroff, 1065 S. Ogden
Dr., Los Angeles, Calif.
90010.

18325 W. 9 Mile Rd. Southfield

rora, Colo., and Mrs. Oscar
(Ida) Wolfe; and eight
grandchildren.

* * *

SELMA SCHLAFER,
68, died Nov. 19. She leaves
her husband, Maurice A.;
her mother, Mrs. Harry
(Bessie) Shon; a brother,
Meyer Shon; and a niece.
Interment Louisville, Ky.

* * *

WALTER RICE, 72,
former Detroiter of Hallan-
dale, Fla., died Nov. 13.
Survived by his wife, Ida;
three_sons, Bill of Fairfield,
Ohio, Larry of Arlington
Heights, Ill., and Sol of
Miami, Fla.; a daughter,
Mrs. Norman (Suzie)
Kronowitz of Buffalo Grove,
Ill.; four brothers, Jack of
Farmington, Ralph of
Berkley, Harold of Sunrise,
Fla., and Martin of South-
field; two sisters, Mrs.
Maynard (Dorothy) Patler
of Los Angeles, Calif., and
Mrs. Ronald (Barbara)
Bernstein of Park Forest,
Ill.; and seven grandchild-
ren. Interment Florida.

MAX WAIS, 84, died
Nov. 14. Survived by his
wife, Sonia; four children,
Morris, Ethel of Dresher,
Pa., Sidney and Hershell; a
brother, Naftoli of Russia;
10 grandchildren and five
great- • andchildren.

JULIUS RUDA, 67, died
Nov. 13. Survived by his
wife, Henrietta; two sons,
Joseph H. of Escondido,
Calif., and Alan M. of Tuc-
son, Ariz.; four daughters,
Mrs. Lawrence (Susan)
Rothstein, Mrs. Leslie (An-
nette) Pines, Mrs. James
(Rosalind) Rue of Irvine,
Calif., and Patricia of New-
port Beach, Calif.; three sis-
ters, Mrs. Gertrude Hyams,
Mrs. Frieda Haskin of Au-
MONUMENT CENTER, INC.

KISLEV NOV.
SOLOMON ABRAMS
15 23
MAX BERNBERG
15 23
SAMUEL BLACK
15 23
SARAH FRANK
15 23
LYMAN HARRIS
15 23
MAX LEVITSKY
15 23
ARTHUR E. SCHERR
15 23
NATHAN SHIOVITZ
15 23
LILLIAN CHERNICK
16 24
ROY CHARLES COHEN
16 24
DAVID FARBER
16 24
MICHAEL FEIGELMAN
16 24
RAIZEL FOGEL
16 24
FREDA FRAZEIN
16 24
BEULAH GAYLORD
16 24
BEN HELFEND
16 24
MARY ROSETT
16 24
MICHAEL WEISS
16 24
WILLIAM DIAMOND
17 25
LEO FAERBER
17 25
MORRIS FOX
17 25
GUSSIE BRICKNER
18 26
HAROLD H. COHEN
18 26
MORRIS H. GOLDBERG
18 26
SOLOMON A. SCHAAP
18 26
SALLY A. TUCKER
18 26
RACHEL BACOW
19 27
ZELDA BARON
19 27
JOSEPH ERNST
19 27
SHANA D. FLORENCE
19 27
ELCHONON GREENBERG
19 27
GERALDINE GREENWALD
19 27
ABRAHAM ROTHBERG
19 27
LOUISE SILVERSTEIN
19 27
NATHAN YANCHAIR
19 27
SARAH ALLEN
20 28
FANNY AUGUST
20 28
GUSSIE CARDASH
20 28
JOSEPH EPSTEIN
20 28
YACHET KLEIN
20 28
GEORGE L. MILMET
20 28
ESTHER ROTHBERG
20 28
MARY SIMON
20 28
BEN BRAGMAN
21 29
NORMAN CHASON
21 29
JACK FUNK
21 29
MAX GELLER
21 29
SARAH E. GOTTLIEB
21 29
NELSON G. HALL
21 29
MARY KAPLAN
21 29
JACOB SHIFFMAN
21 29
HARVEY SIMON
21 29

WE REMEMBER
F
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.

* * *

661 E. 8 MILE, FERNpALE
1 1/2 Blocks E. of Woodward
6 Blks. from 3 Jewish
Cemeteries on Woodward

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JACK LEIBOWITZ, 72,
died Nov. 13. Survived by
his wife, Yolan; two sons,
Alan and Carl of South
Bend, Ind.; three brothers,
Bob, Aaron, Rubin, all of
New York; three sisters,
Mrs. Anna Solomon and
Mrs. Sam (Helen) Zuker-
man both of New York, and
Mrs. Lillian Rubin of
Florida; six grandchildren
and one great-grandchild.

IRA KAUIMAN C

Directors of Funerals

Mrs. George (Ruth) Gaynor
of Oak Park and Mrs. Harry
(Bernice) Gordon of Hol-
lywood, Fla.; three sisters,
Mrs. Celia Collins and
Esther Black, both of To-
ronto, and Mrs. Ernest
(Florence) Schwartz of Hol-
lywood, Fla.; and six
grandchildren. Interment
Detroit.

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