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November 08, 1985 - Image 110

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-11-08

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110 Friday, November 8, 1985 THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

The Family of the Late


Acknowledges with
grateful appreciation the
many kind expressions of
sympathy extended by
relatives and friends dur-
ing the family's recent

The Family of the Late

in strike a


Announces the unveil-
ing of a monument in her
memory at 1 p.m. Sunday,
Nov. 17, at B'nai David
Cemetery. Rabbi Steinger
will officiate. Relatives
and friends are asked to

b ow again t


John C. Hopp

The Family of the Late


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



John C. Hopp


In Loving Memory of


Who passed away Nov.
9, 1979, the 19th day of
Chesvan. Lovingly re-
membered, always in our
thoughts and hearts.
Sadly missed by wife,
Irene; children, Elaine,
Wayne, Marsha and Ste-




"If you want

In memory of my loving father


He was killed Nov. 11, 1943, in Maidanek, Po-
land. Father of Harry Sherberg, owner of Ardmore
Shoe Repair, located on Middlebelt and 11 Mile
Rd. The only survivor of the Holocaust in the
Sherberg family.
I want to thank my dad for the letter he sent
me before they took his life.
With all my love to my Dad

27th Cheshvan, 5732

We wonder
How did such a frail and gentle person impact so
forcefully, on all whose lives she touched.

to turn on your
earning power,
take a tip
from me."

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and buy new U.S.. Savings
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makes saving money almost
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you work or bank today.

We wonder
Where did she acquire the wisdom and the valor,
which forged the fabric of her life.

We wonder
From whence came the alchemist's touch, which
extracted good, even from evil.

We wonder
How were we so lucky to have had her for our


— Recording artist of the
hits "Let the Music Play, "Give Me
Tonight" and ' 'My Heart's Divided.

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Paying BetterThan Ever

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John C. Hopp, founder of
Hopp Management Co. 55 years
ago, died Nov. 1 at age 92.
Born in Chicago, Ill., Mr.
Hopp was a realtor for more
than 50 years. In World War I,
he enlisted in the aviation
branch of the U.S. Army and
served with the 502nd Aero
He joined Temple Beth El in
1932 and has since served the
temple in many capacities. In
1952, he co-chaired a survey
committee of the temple to dis-
cuss the development of addi-
tional facilities for temple mem-
bers in northwest Detroit. Mr.
Hopp was president of the tem-
ple from 1957 to 1959.
The River Terrace on East
Jefferson, the Cumberland Apts.
in Palmer Park and Huntington
Gardens in Oak Park are man-
aged by his firm.
He leaves a son, John C., Jr.;
a daughter, Mrs. Lois Mark of
New York; a brother, Clement;
a sister, Mrs. Pauline Moses;
eight grandchildren and two

Ben Teitel

Ben Teitel, a builder, de-
veloper and owner of Lake Crest
Towers Resort in South Haven
from 1967 to 1985, died Nov. 4
at age 67.
A native Detroiter, Mr. Teitel
developed properties in Muske-
gon, Norton Shores and St.
Joseph. His 77-foot yacht,
"Touch of Class," was used in
the pilot for the television show,
Miami Vice.
He leaves a son, Robert; a sis-
ter, Jeanette Cook; nieces and

Dr. Joseph Cochin

Dr. Joseph Cochin, a former
Detroiter and professor of phar-
macology and psychiatry at Bos-
ton University School of
Medicine, died Oct. 20 at age 69.
Dr. Cochin was an authority
on drug addiction and pain con-
trol. He was a consultant to the
National Institutes of Mental
Health and Drug Abuse.
He earned a bachelor's degree
and teaching certificate at
Wayne State University and his
doctorate in pharmacology from

the University of Michigan Med-
ical School.
Before joining the faculty at
Boston University School of
Medicine in 1962, Dr. Cochin
was senior surgeon in the
analgesics section of the Na-
tional Institutes of Arthritis and
Metabolic Diseases in Bethesda,
Dr. Cochin was affiliated with
the American Society for Phar-
macology and Experimental
Therapeutics and was field
editor in analgesia and drug
abuse for the the organization's
He is survived by his wife,
Renee; three sons Joshua M. of
Paris; Joel D. of Lexington,
Mass., and Jesse of Boston; and
a sister, Judith Avrunin of.
Haifa, Israel.

Max Chicorel

Max Chicorel, former owner of
Bedland, died Nov. 2 at age 69.
Born in Greece, Mr. Chicorel
lived in Detroit for many years
prior to moving to Pompano Be-
ach, Fla. He was a member of
B'nai B'rith, Furniture Club of
Detroit, Knollwood Country
Club, Perfection Lodge of the
Masons, Sephardic Community
of Greater Detroit and was a
charter member of Tam
O'Shanter County Club.
A graduate of Wayne State
University, Mr. Chicorel won
numerous awards in golf and
He leaves his wife, Ethel; a
son, Marc of Southfield; two
daughters, Gail Shapiro of
Bloomfield Hills and Shelley
Tauber of Bloomfield Hills;
three brothers, Albert, David of
Southfield and Ralph of Wiscon-
sin; a sister, Mrs. Shirley Behar
of Southfield; and seven grand-
children. Interment Detroit.

Phil Silvers Dies

Los Angeles — Comedian Phil
Silvers, a vaudeville singer who
worked his way into movies and
television, died Nov. 1 at age 74.
Born Philip Silversmith in
Brooklyn, Mr. Silvers earned
fame in his TV role of Master
Sgt. Ernie Bilko in The Phil
Silvers Show in the 1950s.
His film credits include Hit
Parade of 1941, It's a Mad Mad
Mad Mad World and A Funny
Thing Happened on the Way to
the Forum. On Broadway, he
appeared in High Button Shoes
and in a Broadway and film fea-
ture, Top Banana.
He won three Emmy awards
for his TV series.


Jerusalem (ZINS) — Deposits
in Israeli banks by Jews living
abroad dropped only $700 mil-
lion during the height of Israel's
economic woes last year.
Israeli banks report that they
now have $6 billion in foreign

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