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April 01, 1960 - Image 39

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-04-01

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• Community Council Sets Memorial
to Hoke Levin; ORT Pays Tribute

Sig Braverman Dies

Sigmund Braverman, of
Cleveland, one of the most dis-
tinguished J e wish architects
and Zionist leaders, died Mon-
day morning at the age of 65,
at his home in Cleveland
Heights.
He is survived by his wife,
Libbie," a nationally prominent
Hadassah leader, educator and
author of children's books, and
a brother ; Harry, of Pittsburgh.
Braverman had d esign e d
many important temples and
shopping centers throughout
the land, including the Jackson,
Mich., temple. He was engaged,
at the time of his death, in de-
signing the Cleveland Jewish
Community Center and. the
Baltimore Beth El synagogue.

OBITUARIES

The death, on Tuesday, of
Hoke Levin, prominent De-
troiter, brought an immediate
NELSON SCHUTZER, 96 17
ROSE ZIDE, 17593 Stoepel,
outpouring of tributes from
N. Martindale, died March 23. died March 29. She leaves
her
local and national leaders.
Survived by a son, Irwin, of husband, David; a son, Jack;
In behalf of the Jewish Com-
Pontiac; three daughters. M rs. a daughter, Mrs. William Yaker,
munity Council, Lawrence W.
Thomas Gilbert, Levittown, P a., of Beverly Hills, Calif.- two
Crohn, president, and Boris M.
Mrs. Harry Sherman and Irei le; brothers, 12 grandchildren and
Joffe, executive director, stated
a brother, two sisters and ni ne three great grandchildren.
that they will propose to the
grandchildren. .
*
Council's executive committee
SAMUEL MARIENTHAL, 11
that the Council Annual Insti-
EUGENE POLLATSEK, 136 41 McLean, Highland Park, died
tute of Jewish High School
Dexter, died March 23. Surviv ed March 29. He leaves his wife,
Graduates should be renamed
by his wife, Lillian; and t wo Fanny; and a brother, Charles.
the Hoke Levin Memorial Insti-
* * *
brothers.
tute.
*
*
SOLOMON SHERMAN, 4040
On Wednesday, The Jewish
LOUIS JACOBS, 16636 Santa Elmhurst, died March 30. Sur-
News received a message
Rosa, died March 24. Survived vived by a son, Morris; three
from Prof. William Haber,
by a sister. Mrs. Joseph Ber- daughters, Mrs. Murray Joseph,
*sk,
man.
president of ORT, paying
Mrs. Manuel Klasky, of Whit-•
LATE HOKE LEVIN
* a a
tribute to Mr. Levin's devoted
tier, Calif., and Airs. Nathan
efforts to that cause.
TILLIE LINDEN, 19163 Wi s- Taisch; 13 grandchildren and 14
Conference on Yo u t h to
cousin, died March 24. Survive d great grandchildren.
Other tributes kept pourin gi which he was named as one
* * *
by four sons, Joseph, Sa m,
in during the latter part of th is of Michigan's delegates.
Charles and Morris; thre e
week.
GIZELLA JONAS, 14819
The many community posts
announcements may
daughters, Mrs. Molly Gordo n, Wildemere, died March 30. Sur-
that were held by Hoke Levin be (Unveiling
Mr. Levin passed away at S
inserted by mailing or by call-
nai Hospital on Tuesday afte r _ are enumerated in the following ing The Jewish News office, VE Mrs. Sam Molit and Mrs. Albe rt vived by her husband, Eugene;
8-9364. Written announcements
Dubin; 18 grandchildren an d two sons, Milton and Raymond;
noon He was 52. Funeral ser v _ statement that was issued by must
be accompanied by the name
a daughter, Mrs. Harry Garden;
ices held Wednesday afternoo n , the Jewish Community Council. and address of the person making 16 great grandchildren.
a a *
insertion. There is a standing
a brother and two grandchil-
at Kaufman Chapel, were a t- "Hoke Levin forcefully par- the
charge of $3.00 for an unveiling
ISADOR LUFT, 2730 Glen- dren.
tended by several hundre t ticipated in the collective pro- notice, measuring an inch in
*
*
dale, died March 24. Survived
people. Dr. Richard Hertz off cess of hammering out major depth.)
* *
by his wife, Gussie; three
LOUIS
TEPER,
2657 Elm-
ciated.
decisions, always bringing in
The family of the late Morris
Surviving him are his wife, his passionate and uncompro- Karpman announces the unveil- daughters, Mrs. Sam Stewart, hurst, died March 27. Survived
Maxine; daughters, Mrs. Reuben mising dedication to the highest ing of a monument in his mem- Mrs. Jack Freeman and Mrs. by his wife, F an ni e; a son,
William Schwartz; a brother,
(Barbara) Bergman, of Detroit, ethical principles of Judaism.
ory at 12 noon, Sunday, April four sisters and eight grand- Gerald; a daughter, Mrs. Jack
Jacobs, of Los Angeles, Calif.;
Mrs. Bruce (Frances) Koerner,
"For four years chairman of 3, at El Moishe Cemetery, Ma- children.
and three grandchildren,
of New York, and Margaret; the Council's internal relations sonic Blvd. near Gratiot. Rabbi
a a a
a a a
three brothers, Judge Theodore committee; originator and the Gorrelick will officiate. Rela-
JOSEPH L. FORBES, 941
FANNIE DUNN, 3037 Mont-
Levin, Saul R. Levin and Dr. first chairman of the Council's tives and friends are asked to
Merton, died March 24. He erey, died March 30. She leaves
Samuel J. Levin; three sisters Annual Institute for Jewish attend.
leaves his wife, Rhea; a son, her husband; three sons, Nathan
*
Mrs. David (Sally) Croll, of Graduates of High S c h o o l s,
*
Toronto, Mrs. Henry (Leah ) where the young people, wh
The f a mil y of the late Ivan M., of Royal Oak; a daugh- Lewis, of Los Angeles, and
om
Yanow and Mrs. Alan (Isabel) he particularly loved, became Abraham Young announces the ter, Mrs. Irving Goodman; four Benjamin J. and Samuel Ham-
Grossman of Detroit, and a acquainted with the facilities unveiling of a monument in his brothers, two sisters and three burg; two daughters, Mrs. Max
grandchildren.
Steinhouse, of Adica, N.Y., and
granddaughter.
which the Jewish community memory at 1:30 p.m., Sunday,
a a a
Mrs. Harold Blum; two sisters,
April
10,
at
Chesed
shel
Emes
Hoke Levin was president of maintains for them in colleges,
TILLIE EGLAR., 310 Richton, eight grandchildren and 10
Hadley Finsterwald Co. before in the armed services, in em- Cemetery. Rabbi Fram will of- died
March 24. She leaves her great grandchildren.
the firm's merger with another ployment and in other fields of ficiate. Relatives and friends are
husband, Harry; a daughter,
furniture company here. In the endeavor; long time member of asked to attend.
Mrs. Henry Wagman; three
CARD OF THANKS
past few years he headed the . the Council's executive commit-
brothers and three sisters.
The family of the late Morris
Hadley Development Company. tee; one time president of the
a * *
Gervercer acknowledges with
The message of tribute to his Jewish • Vocational S e r v i c e;
MOLLIE SHAPIRO, 3295 W. grateful appreciation the many
m e m or y from Prof. Haber former member of the board of
Outer Dr., died March 24. She
reads: s
governors of the Jewish Welfare
In loving memory of Jack leaves a son, Dr. Reuben; a kind expressions of sympathy
"In a formal sense, Hoke Federation; a member of the Malin, devoted husband and brother, a sister and five grand- extended by relatives and friends
during the family's recent be-
Levin was a member of the national board of directors of father, loving son and' brother,c hildren.
reavement.
board of directors of the Ameri- the American ORT Federation- who passed away on April 5,
* a a
can ORT Federation. He was far ' a recipient of the St. Cyprian's 1957.
JULIA COHEN, .4001 Wav-
CARD OF THANKS
more than that. At national !Protestant Episcopal Church an-
Sadly missed and always re- • e rly, died March 25. She leaves
meetings and conventions, his nual service award; and many membered by his wife, Bea- a brother, Morris H. Cohen; and
The family of the late Harry
strong voice was always to be more unsung positions of re- tryce; children, Shere and a sister, Mrs. Milton E. Wolfe. Lewis acknowledges with grate-
heard, calling for greater re- sponsibility to which he brought Michael; parents, Mr. and Mrs.
ful appreciation the many kind
a * *
sponse to overseas needs, for I his mind, his heart and his un- Morris Malin; brothers, Larry,
AL-FRED M. HECKER, 8577 expressions of sympathy extend-
greater dedication to achieve it. I bounded energy, these repre- Iz and Ben; and sister, Mrs. W. Outer Dr., died March 26. ed by relatives and friends dur-
However, it was in the person- sent only some of the areas Irving Rich.
He leaves his wife, Sadie; a son, ing the family's recent bereave-
:K *
to-person relationship that the where his contributions were
Robert; a daughter, Mrs. David ment.
full dimension of the man came valued.
In cherished memory of Lil- I. Miller; his father, Gershon; a
through. Hoke was an exem-
"The Council officers, mem- lian Stern, dear wife and sister and two grandchildren.
plary human being. Warm of bers of the executive committee mother, who left us on March
a * *,
heart, strong in moral purpose, and staff express to the Hoke 31, 1958.
ELIZABETH PRESENT, of
utterly democratic in outlook Levin family their heartfelt
Sadly missed by her husband, Miami, Fla., died March 26.
his Jewishness a living spirit condolence."
Irving Stern, and daughters, Services and interment in De-
that guided his daily acts and
Mr. Levin's residence was at Estelle. Gail and Mrs. Sidney troit. She leaves two brothers,
During the coming
relationships toward people. His 1647 Balmoral Drive.
Levethan.
Louis, of Miami, and Nathan.
week Yeshiva Beth
*
*
death le ayes a void in our
*
Yehuda will observe
In cherished memory of our
hearts. His passing leaves a gap
NORMAN DICKLER, 18411
the Yahrzeit of the
beloved Emma Rothstein, who Ilene, died March 27. He leaves
in the ranks of communal Benjamin Tauber,
following departed
left ,us on April 12, 1956.
leadership. We shall miss him
friend s, with the
his wife, Marian; two daugh-
A l w a y s remembered and ters, Mrs. Elly Richter and
greatly. Our profound condo- Attorney, Dies at 52
traditional M e mo -
lences to his family."
- Benjamin Tauber, 52, an at- sadly missed by her family.
rial Prayers, recita-
Freda; two brothers, a sister
tion of Kaddish and
Mr. Levin was deeply inter- torney who had resided in th
and four grandchildren.
studying of
Mish-
a *
ested in youth work. On the Detroit area for 45 years, die e Mrs. Teitlebaum Dies
n ayes.
eve of his operation last Fri- March 29.
EDWARD CHASE, 2526 Pasa-
Mrs. Mary C. Teitlebaum, who
day, he particularly was sad-
Born in New York, Mr. with her husband operated the dena, died March 29. He leaves
Hebrew Civil
dened by his inability to at- Tauber had practiced law for David N u r s i n g Home, died his wife, Lillian; a son, Sol; a
Nisan April
tend the White House the past 18 years in Ferndale. March 27, in Crittenton General daughter, Mrs. William Weiss-
Flora Morris
2
He resided at 24500 Custis, in Hospital after a lengthy illn Iss. man; 10 grandchildren and 12
Samuel Remer
5
2
Southfield.
Born 58 years ago in London, great grandchildren.
Dora Lutsky
6
3
He was a member of Beth England, Mrs. Teitlebaum had
The Family of the Late
Abraham Synagogue, Tau Ep- been a Detroit resident for 32
David J. Kabaker
7
4
Irving Osnos
7
4
silon Rho legal fraternity, Tam years. She was active in Bran-
LOUIS
Musha Stein
MONUMENTS
7
4
O'Shanter
Country
Club
and
deis Chapter of Bnai Brith and
M I LLMAN
err-77
Rachel Gladstone
8
5
the Oakland, County Bar Asso- the Medical Aid Guild, formerly
Sarah R. Flomenhaff 8 -
5
Announces the unveil-
ciation.
Neugarten
Medical
Aid
Society.
ing of a monument in
Eliezer Katrinsky
9
6
Mr. Tauber leaves his wife,
Mrs. Teitlebaum, who lived at
his memory at 3:30
Anne; two sons, Joel and Ron- 7111 W. Outer Dr., leaves her
Morris Ch. Bodzin
10
7
p.m., Sunday, April 10,
ald; a daughter, Berta; his husband, David; a son, Kenard;
Oscar Rottenberg
11
s
at Beth El Memorial
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hyman a daughter, Mrs. Felix Rosen-
Simon Knoppow
11
a
Park. Rabbi Frain will
Mr. Ellison
11
s
Tauber; three brothers, Max, zweig; four sisters, Mrs. Betty
Irving H. Weiss
11
8
officiate. Relatives and
Jack and Joseph; three sisters, Kaufman, of Toledo, Mrs.
friends are asked to
Manual Urbach & Son
Mrs. Robert Feldman , Mrs . Charles Perry, of Los Angeles,
Yeshiva Beth Yehuda
attend.
Irving Fenchel and Mrs. Na- Mrs. Lillian Kobrin and Mrs.
7729 TWELFTH ST.
12305 Dexter
than J. Kaufman; and a grand- Jacob B. Ormond; and five
TY 6-7192
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daughter. 'grandchildren.

Monument
Unveilings

I In Memoriam

WE REMEMBER
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Ira Kaufman Chape Inc.

DIRECTORS OF FUNERALS

9419 Dexter



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The finest tribute to a loved
one; filial arrangements by
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