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February 26, 1960 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-02-26

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NY Mayor Proclaims Aaron Kishner Dies;
-Was Temple Israel
'Ibn Gabirol Year'
NEW YORK, (JTA) — Mayor Executive Secretary

Wagner has proclaimed the
year 1960 as "Solomon Ibn
Gabirol Year" in New York
City in a proclamation present-
ed to leaders of the Hispanic
Jewish community here.
The proclamation declared
that "the power of the Hispanic
culture derives from its singu-
lar, aesthetic and emotional
character combined with the
unique and extraordinary in-
tegration of the Jewish past
into the Hispanic: present."
The proclamation noted that
a one-year cultural program
was underway sponsored jointly
by the Hispanic and Jewish
communities of New York City.
It added that it was fitting that
the program should be cen-
tered around Solomon Ibn
Gabirol, "early poet and philo-
sopher of the Hispanic world,
upon the 900th anniversary of
his death."
It said that Ibn Gabirol was
"the greatest of Hebraic poets
who left an imperishable im-
pression on Christian thinking."



The Family of the Late

SAM
ZINGES.ER

acknowledge with grateful
appreciation _the many
kind expressions of sym-
pathy - extended by rela-
tives and friends during
the family's recent be-
reavement.

OBITUARIES

Aaron Kishner, executive sec
retary of Temple Israel, died
suiddenl,„ of a heart attack
Tuesday night in his home at
24751 Sussex, Oak Park. He was
44 years old.
Mr. Kishner had , j ust returned
home from attending the Inter-
congregational Men's Club din-
ner at Cong. Bnai David when
he was stricken.
A native Detroiter, Mr. Kish-
ner was a graduate of Cooley
High School and attended
Wayne State University. He
had been with the City of De-
troit Department of Welfare
before coming to Temple Israel
15 years ago.
Deeply devoted to his temple,
its building program and to
its affiliate grJups, Mr. Kishner
had seen and partitipated in
Temple Israel's growth to one
of the largest congregations in
the city.
He was a member of the Na-
tional Association of Temple
Secretaries, a group of profes-
sionals -associated with the
Union of American Hebrew
Congregations. He also served
on the operating committee of
the Oak _Park Branch of the
JewiSh CommunKy Center, and
was active in • the Parent Teach-
ers Association in Oak Park.
Services were held Thursday
morning -at Temple Israel. -
He leaves his wife, Florence;
a. daughter, Carol; two sons,
Steven and Richard; and a
brother, Izzy; and sister, Sophie,
both of California.

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Jacob Schlossberg Dies;
Father of Sonny Eliot

The Fathily of -the Late

MORRIS
1-IADRICH

Ackbow1ed ge.s with•
grateful appreciation -'
the many kind expres-
sions of sympathy ex-
tended by relatives and
friends during the
family's recent be-
reavement.

The Family of the Late

MILTON
BRESLER

Acknowledges with
grateful appreciation
the many kind expres.
sions of sympathy ex-
tended by relatives and
friends during the
famil y's recent be
reavement.

The Family of the Late

LEO BRODY

Acknowledges with
grateful appreciation
the many kind expres-
sions of sympathy and
the generous charitable
contributions in his
name extended by rela-
tives and friends dur-
ing the family's recent
bereavement. Our spe-
cial thanks to Rabbis
Leizer Levin and Isaac
Paneth for their kind-
ness, guidance and de-
votion.

Leo A. Mandell Dead;
Was Attorney 31 Years

Jacob Schlossberg, the father
of television personality Sonny
Eliot, died Feb. 23, • following a
long illness.
Mr. Schlossberg, 81, had lived
at 18418 Appoline. Born in Lat-
via, he was the owner of a
retail hardware store until his
r•treinent. ,
In 'addition to his son, whose
real name is Marvin Eliot, he
leaves another son, Leo Schloss-
berg; three daughters, Mrs.
Joseph Weitz, Mrs. Harry Green
and Mrs. Jack Saracheck; a
brother, a sister, 10 grand-
children and 14 great grand-
children.

Mrs. Nessel Dies at 75

Mrs. Sarah Nessel, of 802-
Moy Avenue, Windsor, died
Sunday at the home of her
daughter, Mrs. Al Applebaum,
in Windsor, at the age of 75.
Funeral services were held
at the Hebrew Memorial Chapel
in Detroit on Monday.
Surviving her, besides her
daughter, Sarah Applebaum, is
a son, Harry. H., an active Wind-
sor congregational and corn-
mtinity leader, and two grand-
children. Her husband, Morris
H. Nessel, passed away six years
ago.
The late Mr. and Mrs. Nessel
founded the Nesse' Department
Store in Walkerville and were
for many years active in Border
City affairs. Mrs. Nessel was a
founder of the Ohesed sh•l
Emes in Windsor. She was the
founder of the Windsor Miz-
rachi Women and was honorary
vice president of the Ladies
Auxiliary of Congregation
Shaarey Zedek of Windsor.

MORRIS A. BERMAN, 17158
Roselawn, died Feb. 23. Sur-
vived by his wife, Hilda; three
sons, Irving, David and Dr.
Louis, of Chicago; five daugh-
ters, Mrs. Sam Linsky, Mrs.
Roy Goldberg, of North Miami
Beach, - Fla., Mrs. Alvin Dubin,
Mrs. Reuben WolneZ and Mrs.
Norman Kohlenberg; three sis-
ters, 21 grandchildren and three
great grandchildren.
* * *
CHARLES VARNEN, 29193
Jacquelyn, Livonia, died Feb.
10. He leaves his wife, Lillian;
three daughters, Mrs. Eugene
Tapfer, Mrs. Fred Sklarchyk
and Mrs. Roy Gealer; and three
grandchildren.
* * *
HENRY COHEN, 3022 Rich-
ton, died Feb. 21. Survived by
a cousin, Lewis Marofsky.
* * *
JENNIE MANDELBAUM,
4000 Tyler, died Feb. 21. Sur-
vived by her husband, Hyman;
five sons, Sam, Morris, Myer,
Ben and Sol; two daughters,
Mrs. Milton Wargon and Mrs.
Samuel Kaner; and 13 grand-
children.
* * *
MORRIS GROSSMAN, 2007
Third, died Feb. 20. No sur-
vivors.
* * *

SHEINA ROSE KATZ, 21731"
Whitmore, Oak Park, died Feb.
22. Survived by three daugh-
ters, Mrs. Sol Baron, Mrs. Na-
than Smiley, of Cleveland, and
Mrs. Edward Engel; six grand-
children and seven great grand-
children.
* * *
MORITZ SANDMAN, 3 7 7 6
Edison, died Feb. 23. Survived
by his wife, Hilda; a son,
George, serving in England with
the Royal Air Force; and a
grandchild. _•_. -

MAX GOLDSTEIN, of Cape-
town, South Africa, died Jan.
27. He leaves his wife, Rose,
and two sons, of Capetown; and
three sisters, Mrs. Lena Band,
Mrs. Yetta Kaplan and Mrs.
Libby Dussault, all of Detroit.
* * * •
FANNIE SNYDER, of Wash-
ington, D.C., formerly of De-
troit, died Feb. 12. Services and
interment in WaShington. She
leaves a son, Samuel, of De-
troit; two other sons, Louis and
Bernard, and four daughters,
Mrs. Abe Mondschein, Mrs. Mar-
tin Watman, Mrs. Melvin Pol-
lack and Mrs. Fred Harris, all
of Dayton; a brother, two sis-
ters, 20 grandchildren and eight
great grandchildren.
* * *
HARRY HARTMAN, former-
ly of Detroit, died Feb. 22, in
Miami Beach, Fla. Services and
interment in. Miami. He leaves
his wife, Gertrude; a son, Jerry;
three daughters, Marion Cooper,
Bertha Kirzner and Isabelle
Rosenthal; and eight grandchil-
dren.

Alex Tauber Dies at 44

Alex Tauber, 44-year-old
president of the Alexander Bag
ane Barrel Co., in Inkster, died
Feb. 22, at his office. He had
resided at 25206 Prairie, in
Inkster.
is survived by his wife,
Jean; his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Tauber; a daughter, Bar-
bara; two brothers, Dr. Abra-
ham and David; and two sisters, _
Mrs. Martin Kelner and Mari-
lyn.

Simon Farber Dies
MIAMI BEACH, (JTA) —
Simon Farber, 75, retired editor
of Gerechtigkeit, former Yid-
dish-language publication of the
International Ladies Garment
Workers Union, died in Mount
Sinai Hospital here.

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WE REMEMBER
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During the coming
week Yeshiva Beth
Yehuda will observe
the Yahrzeit of the
following depoited
friend s, with the
traditional M e mo -
rial Prayers, recita-
tion of Kaddish and
studying of Mish-
nayes.

Hebrew Civil
SHEVAT FEB,

Harry Zolkower
Eugene J. Goldman
Mary Fill
Leah Hirsch
Ben Weider

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MEMORIALS

in the Jewish
tradition by

Fannie Remer
Mary Weingarden
Joseph Freedman
Chananya Willis

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Sam Osnos
Sarah Miller
Mrs. Wolfson
Ben Solomon
Bella Ellias

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Morris Kratzman
Noah Applebaum

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Isidore H. Mendelsohn 4
4
Isaac Zlotnik
4
Israel Goldin

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Galician Leader Dies

NEW YORK, (JTA) — Herb-
ert B. Sussman, founder and
president of the United Galt:
cian Jews of America, chairman
of the Landsmanshaften Divi-
sion of UJA, member of the
ORT executive committee, died
here at the age of 78.

EVE SCHWARTZ, 19419
Greenfield, died Feb. 20. Sur-
vived by her husband, Nathan;
a son, David Gross; father,
Samuel Cohen; two brothers and
a sister..
* *
N E T T I E KWARTOWITZ
SCHECHTER, 16510 Mendota,
died Feb. 21. Survived by two
sons, Max Kwartowitz and Leslie
Kay; a daughter, Mrs. Harold
Zalla, and seven grandchildren.
* * *
HARRY JACOBSON, 3000
Sturtevant, died Feb. 18. Sur-
vived by his wife, Ethel; two
sons, Israel, of Rochester, N.Y.,
and Abraham, of Grand Rapids;
three daughters, Mrs. Abraham
Isaac, and Mrs. Betrarn Bort-
nick, both of Rochester, and
Mrs. Irving Moskowitz; a sister
and eight grandchildren.
* * *
SOL BIGELMAN, 18913
Coyle, died Feb. 23. He leaves
his wife, Jennie; two daughters,
Mrs. Lawrence Agree and Mrs.
Sol Burns; a brother, Arthur
Biegelman; and five grand-
children.
* * *
JENNIE LASH, 18450 Steel,
died Feb. 22. She leaves two
sons, Sol and Nathan; two
daughters, Mrs. Philip Gorman
and Mrs. Sam Hoffman; a
brother, six grandchildren and
two great grandchildren.
* * *
EARL BEN WOLFE, 111
Biddle, Wyandotte, died Feb.
17. He leaves his wife, Helen;
three brothers and two Sisters.
* * *
GOLDIE MILLNER, 1 15 01
Petoskey, died Feb. 20. She
leaves her husband, Max; two
daughters, Mrs. Al Schwartz
and Mrs. Jack Halperin; two
grandchildren and four great
grandchildren.
* * *
HYMAN D. BERKE, 13340
N. Norfolk, died Feb. 21. He
leaves his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Berke; two brothers and
a sister.

Leo A. Mandell, an attorney
here for 31 years, died Feb. 21,
in Detroit Memorial Hospital.
He had resided at. 1323 Nicolet.
Mr. Mandell, 55, was born in
New York and came here with
his family when he was 12. He
graduated from Central High
School and the Detroit College
of Law.
- Active in numerous organiza-
tions, he was a past master of
Craftsman Lodge, F.&A.M., a
board member of Masonic
Temple and a member of the
Caravan Shrine Club. He was af-
filiated with Adas Shalom Syna-
gogue and a member of Bnai
Brith.
He leaves his wife, Madeline
J.; a son, Stephen; a daughter,
Ethel; a brother and three
sisters.

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