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January 22, 1960 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-01-22

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Israel Takes New Look Dr. Simon Lerman Dies; Sam Raskin Dies;
Had Clinic in Warren Was Native Detroiter
at Security Problem

Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News

JERUSALEM.—Israel's fresh
reappraisal of its security prob-
lem, in view of most recent
developments in the Middle
East, was continued here Tues-
day, when Parliament's foreign
affairs and security committee
heard a special report on the
topic from Prime Minister
David Ben-Gurion.
The problem was discussed
at last Sunday's cabinet meet-
ing. The Parliament committee
voted to renew the discussion
in the near future, when Mrs.
Golda Meir, the Foreign Min-
ister, has returned from her
current tour of several African
capitals.

66 Romanian Escapees
Come to U. S. with Aid
from Council for Judaism
Henry S. Moyer, of Scarsdale,
N. Y., chairman of the philan-
thropic fund of the American
Council for Judaism, announced
thiS week that 66 Jews, who
escaped from Romania, arrived
in this country with the aid of
this fund.
Moyer said that the escapees
had "open-end Israeli visas" and
received U. S. State Department
permission to come to the U. S.

The Lechowitcher
Aid Society

Invites relatives
friends of the late

MEYER LEVIN

to a memorial meeting
to be held
TUESDAY, JAN. 26, 8 p.m.
at LUTZKER HALL
15575 JAMES COUZENS

The Wife and Family
Of the Late

MEYER LEVIN

Acknowledges with
grateful appreciation
the many kindnesses
extended by relatives
and f r i e n d s during
their recent bereave-
ment.



IN MEMORIAM
, The Hannah Schloss
Old Timers

Mourns the passing of
its esteemed and dis-
tinguished member and
president emeritus.

SAMUEL
RASKIN

We recall the many
contributions our
eminent colleague has
made in all efforts for
the advancement of
athletic, social and cul-
tural activities in our
community, especially
among the youth. We
pay tribute to his
memory, for his dedi-
cated friendship and
for all the good deeds
that marked his active
life. Our heartfelt
sympathies go to the
entire Raskin Family.
May they be consoled
in their hour of sorrow.

z

OBITUARIES

Sam Raskin, native Detroiter,
prominent businessman and
participant in various com-
Mrs. JENNIE PEISNER, a
SARAH SAMUELS, 3217 W.
munal activities, died Jan. 18,
Grand, died Jan. 14. Survived by resident of Orlando, Fla., for
at Sinai Hos-
her husband, Morris; a son, Har- eight years after leaving De-
pital. He was
old; two daughters, Mrs. Martin troit, died Jan. 18. Services and
63.
Raub and Mrs. Sydney Ellis; a interment in Orland o. She
President of
sister and eight grandchildren. leaves her husband, Edward;
the Toledo
three sons, Lawrence, of De-
* * *
Steel Pickling
CELIA SOSKIN, 29623 Tran- troit, Marvin, of New York, and
C o r p., Mr.
crest, Livonia, died Jan. 14. Fred, of Miami; a daughter,
Raskin, of
Survived by her husband, Solo- Rita, of Orlando; four brothers,
19190 Monica,
mon; a son, Sam; two daughters, Cal, Leonard, Dr. Leon and
was a mem-
Mrs. Solomon Bienenfeld and Al Simons ,all of Detroit; and
ber of Ma-
Mrs. Edward Levin; and five eight grandchildren.
*
*
sonic Order,
grandchildren.
Post 135 of Mr. Raskin
ABE H. WEINSTEIN, presi-
* * *
the Jewish War Veterans and
JACK GORLOVSKY, 18025 dent and founder of a Detroit
a past commander of the Julius
Pennington,
died Jan. 14. Sur- liquor company, died Jan. 14,
Rosenwald Post of the Amer-
vived
by
his
wife, Goldie; five at his home in Tampa, Fla. He
ican Legion. He also served as
sons,
George,
of Chicago, Carl, leaves his wife, Elsie; a daugh-
president of the Hannah Schloss
William, Theodore and Milton; ter, Mrs. Robert Rippa; and
Old Timers.
three sisters, Mrs. Norman
Harry Shapiro Dies
On the occasion of his 60th and three grandchildren.
Buckner, of Pontiac, Mich., Mrs.
*
*
*
on Florida Vacation
birthday three years ago, Mr.
David Comen, of Chicago, and
JACOB REIFLER, 1981 Law-
s. Louis Meyers, of Peoria,
A heart attack suffered by Raskin was honored by the
rence,
died
Jan.
17.
Survived
Knights
of
Pythias,
of
which
Harry L. Shapiro while vaca-
Ill.
by
his
wife,
Ethel;
two
sons.
* * *
tioning in Miami Beach, Fla., he was a lifetime member,
MATHILDA SOFER, 3455 W.
proved fatal to the Detroit busi- served as chancellor com- William and Albert; a daugh-
nessman, who died on Jan. 14. mander of the Detroit Lodge ter, Mrs. William Haftka; a Chicago, died Jan. 15. She
Mr. Shapiro, of 18945 War- and was grand chancellor com- brother, five sisters and nine leaves a son, Dan H.;- a daugh-
ter, Mrs. Abram Sapiro; a sis-
rington, was president of the mander for the state of Mich- grandchildren.
* * *
Colonial Department Store in igan.
ter, a grandchild and two great
MICHAEL
H
0
R
N,
20196
He leaves his wife, Mary; two
downtown Detroit, and was ac-
grandchildren
Schaefer,
died
Jan.
17.
Sur-
* * *
tive in a number of communal sons, Lawrence D., of Toledo,
vived
by
a
son,
Leon,
of
Silver
and Dr. Herbert A.; four broth-
HERBERT M. ROBINSON,
activities.
He was a member of Cong. ers, Morris and Morton, of Los Springs, Md.; two daughters, 3591 W. Outer Dr., died Jan. 18.
Shaarey Zedek and a life mem- Angeles, Nathan, of Memphis, Mrs. Max Hoffman and Louise; He leaves his wife, Fay; a
ber of the Zionist Organization Tenn., and Emil; a sister, Mrs. three brothers, two sisters and daughter, Mrs. Harold Levine;
of America. Born in Russia, he Morris Schwartz; and seven four grandchildren. *
and four grandchildren.
*
* * *
came to Detroit in 1946, when grandchildren. He was the uncle
IDA WASSERMANN, 16640
he purchased an interest in of Jewish News columnist
LILLIAN L. MARLOWE, of
LaSalle, died Jan. 18. Survived Pontiac, died Jan. 14. She leaves
Colonial. Earlier, Mr. Shapiro Danny Raskin.
by three sons, Harry, of Toledo, her husband, Philip; two daugh-
resided in Chicago and Houston.
Jack and Dr. Lewis; six grand- ters, Bonita Arlene and Lynne
He leaves his wife, Sarah; a Harry M. Greenberg
children and six great grand- Deborah; her mother, Mrs. Jen-
son, Marvin Sallen; two daugh-
Dies in California
children.
ters, Mrs. David Friedman and
nie Greenberg; two brothers and
* * *
Harry M. Greenberg, a De-
Mrs. Arnold Feuerman; four
four sisters.
ZELEK
GORDON,
3385
Rich-
troiter
for
40
years
before
mov-
brothers, William, Jacob, Abra-
* * *
ing
to
California,
died
at
the
ton,
died
Jan.
18.
He
leaves
ham and Dr. Louis; and four
DAVID MORRISON, 16633
age
of
80
in
Santa
Monica,
on
his
wife,
Minnie;
two
daughters,
sisters, Mrs. Harry Podoll, Mrs.
Turner, died Jan. 15. He leaves
Mrs. Benjamin Shat and Mrs. his wife, Rose; three sons, Mar-
Dora Nizon, Mrs. Clara Wein- Jan. 17.
Services and interment were Robert Spector, of Kansas City,
traub and Mrs. Anna Swislow-
of Rochester, Raymond, of
in Detroit, on Wednesday.
Mo.; a sister and four grand- tin,
sky; and five grandchildren.
Farmington, and Bernard; and
A prominent businessman in children.
eight grandchildren.
* * *
the steel, investment and real
* * *
Rabbi Donin's Father estate fields here, Mr. Green- SAMUEL L. ARLIN, 2660
of the
MORRIS
GOODMAN,
berg devoted a major part of Fullerton, died Jan. 19. He
Dies in New York
17.
Gladstone
Hotel,
died
Jan.
his life and all of his efforts leaves his wife, Bessie; three
Max Dolnansky, father of
No
survivors.
since retirement to philanthro- sons; Irving, Max and Leonard;
* * *
Rabbi Hayim H. Donin, the
four daughters, Mrs. Eva Gal-
causes.
DR. OTTO PAUL GERBER,
spiritual leader of Cong. Bnai pic Death
cut short his hopes pern, of Kansas, Mrs. Albert 7510 Rutland, died Jan. 16. He
David, in Southfield, died Jan. of re-visiting the community Gantz, of Greenfield, Ia., Mrs.
Mar-
18, after a lengthy illness.
center at Nahlat Brosh, an Is- Morton Surivitz and Mrs. Sophie leaves two daughters, Mrs.
Mr. Dolnansky, who resided rael cooperative community es- Rockhind; two brothers, four garet Frederic, of New York,
at 90 Laurel Hill Terrace, in tablished under Mr. Greenberg's sisters, 15 grandchildren and and Mrs. Stephen Snyder; and
two grandchildren.
Manhattan, N. Y., was active in leadership in the Zionist move- four great grandchildren.
many religious and educational ment.
* * *
projects in New York.
A member of ZOA for 50
SAM M. FLEISHER, formerly
Besides Rabbi Donin, he is years, he also was active in of Detroit, died Jan. 15, in
survived by his wife, Eva; an- the Jewish National Fund and Miami, Fla. Services and inter-
other son, Morris Dolnansky, of the United Jewish Appeal, here ment in Miami. He leaves his
New York; and six grandchil- and in Los Angeles.
wife, Sara; a daughter, Mrs.
During the coming
He leaves his wife, Jessie G.; Marilyn Paris; his father, Lewis;
dren.
week Yeshiva Beth
A scholarship fund is cur- a son, Samuel S., of Detroit; a brother, Louis; and a sister,
Yehuda will observe
rently being established in his four daughters, Mrs. Alice Rein- Mrs. Betty Satren.
the Yahrzeit of the
*
*
*
memory at Yeshiva University. heimer, Mrs. James L. Pollak,
following departed
HERMAN ABERLY, 23051
friends, with the
Contributions to the fund of Detroit; Mrs. Julius Schaffer,
traditional M e mo -
should be sent to Dr. Samuel of Ann Arbor; and Mrs. Frank Wildwood, Oak Park,- died Jan.
rial Prayers, recita-
Zar, Yeshiva University, 186th Greenbaum, of Beverly Hills; 16. He leaves his wife, Rose;
tion of Kaddish and
St. and Amsterdam Ave., New seven grandchildren and four two sons, Paul and Ansel; a
daughter, Mrs. Harold Gold-
studying of Mish-
great grandchildren.
York 33, N. Y.
nayes.
smith; a sister and four grand-
children.
Hebrew Civil
Thomas
Fine
Dies
at
56
B. A. Ettlinger Dies
* * *
TEVES JAN.
Thomas Fine, 56, of 825
LENA RUBIN, 17566 Stoepel,
LONDON, (JTA)—The body
23
23
Beckie Mason
of Bernard A. Ettlinger, presi- Whitmore; died Jan. 19,-at Sinai died Wednesday. Survived by
24
24
Hospital,
after
a
two-day
illness.
Archie
Hoffman
dent of South African Jewish
children, Meyer Rubin, Mark
24
24
Nathan Goldman
Rabbi Moses Lehrman offi- A. ReVelle, Mrs. Sam Kahn and
Board of Deputies, who died
24
24
Koppel Dworkin
24
24
Minnie Handler
here last Thursday at the age ciated at services at the He- Mrs. Bernard Kalenberg.
24
24
Moe
Sherman
of 60, was flown to Johannes- brew Memorial Chapel on Wed-
25
nesday. There also was a
25
Allen L. Leach
burg for burial.
Masonic tribute to the deceased
26
26
MONUMENTS
Sadie Maltzman
after the traditional service.
26
26
Ja- cob Sukenic
26
26
Joseph Wetsman
The Family of the Late
Surviving him is his wife,
Esther;
two
sons,
Melvin
and
27
27
.
R.
Babetsh

MORRIS
Herbert; a daughter, Mrs. Mil-
28
28
Lillian
Epstein
MONDROW
ton Tyner; seven grandchildren
29
29
Beatrice Shoop
and four brothers.
Acknowledges with
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29
Mollie Greenspoon
Mr. Fine lived most of his
grateful appreciation
29
George Cetron 29
29
life in Detroit, coming here in
Mordeci M. Hoffman 29
the many kind expres-
his youth from his native city
sions of sympathy ex-
Yeshiva Beth Yehuda
of Pittsburgh. He was in the oil
Manual Urbach & Son
tended by relatives and
distribution business for the
7729 TWELFTH ST.
12305 Dexter
friends during the fam-
last five years. Prior to that he
ily's recent bereave-
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was
with
the
Federal
Depart-
ment.
ment Stores for many years.

Dr. Simon E. Lerman, of 3911
W. Outer Dr., died Jan. 14 at
his home. He was active in a
number of professional and
communal organizations.
Born at South Bend, Ind., and
educated at the University of
Notre Dame, Dr. Lerman lived
in Detroit for 26 years.
He organized and maintained
his offices at the Memorial
Clinic in Warren, was a mem-
ber of the Macomb, Wayne
County, Michigan and American
Medical Associations and be-
longed to the Yeshivath Beth
Yehudah and Louis Marshall
Lodge of Bnai Brith.
He is survived by his wife,
Anne; a daughter, Sandra; a son,
Lawrence; and three sisters.

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