NEW YORK, (JTA)—Reuben
In Israel, as in many other Fink, Jewish author and jour-
countries, the death of deposed nalist, died Feb. 15 at the age
BENJAMIN BERKOWITZ, 1 JEANETTE W I L L I A M S, ! RAY VOGEL, 22011 Gardner,
Congo Premier Patrice Lumum- of 72. He was born in Russia 2530
Grand, died Feb. 16. He 11501 Petoskey, died Feb. 18. Oak Park, died Feb. 20. He
ba recently produced demon- and came to
leaves his • wife, Pearl; a son, She leaves a son, Albert A.; leaves three sons, Joseph and
strations of protest. African the United
Dr. Jack Burke of Grand Forks, two daughters, Mrs. Louis Stot- Samuel of Belle Harbor, N.Y.,
students marched in Tel Aviv, States in 1903.
Minn.; two daughters, Mrs. Har- 'sky and Mrs. Norman Brode; • a and Harry of Brooklyn, N.Y.;
chanting songs about freedom,
old Sternfeld and Mrs. Harry sister and six grandchildren. : a daughter, Mrs. Samuel Abrams;
Fink, w h o
carrying placards in Hebrew,
one brother, one sister, six grand-
Potocsky; and seven grandchild-
English and French mourning
ROSE BLUMENFIELD, 23241 children and three great grand-
Lumumba's fate, and asking ington for
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i many year s,
Manistee Oak Park, ' died Feb. children. Interment, Danbury,
SAMUEL J. ROSE, 20225 18. She leaves
d i d editorial
three sons, David Conn.
The Israeli police had author- - work for the
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Lyndon, died Feb. 16. He leaves and Frank Blumenfield and
ized the demonstration and pro Department of
a son, Robert; and a daughter, Meyer Bloomfield; a daughter, JAMES MUNDELL died in
vided an escort, and the demon-1 Commerce and
Ethel; one sister, two grand- Chicago. He leaves a son, Ar-
straors, to show that they were was Washing
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EMMANUEL H. ETTINGER, children and one great grand- nold of Oak Park; and three
not anti-Israel, also carried pos- ton corres-
daughters, all of Chicago.
ters reading "Long Live Israel."'
20202 Snowden, died Feb. 16.. child. . . * * *
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The Afro-Asian Institute for pond e n t for
He leaves his wife, Bella; a son,
Labor Studies in Tel Aviv has t h e Yiddish
Gardner, Oak Park, died Feb. Elliot, died Feb. 20. He leaves
72 African students from 22 d a i 1 y, T h e
countries. IDay, from 1914
I 20. Survived by a son, Louis; two his wife, Dorothy; two - sons,
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to 1919. He
THEODORE M. ROTH, 18617 daughters, Mrs. Nathan (Yetta) Edward and Harvey; his mother,
Another pro-Lumumba demon- w a s founder
Cherrylawn, died Feb. 17. He Isakoff 'and Mrs. Ben (Eva) Mrs. Stisha Lerchin; and two
stration of some 300 Commun- andf ormer
leaves his wife, Freda; a daugh- ; Yellen; sister, 11 grandchildren sisters.
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ists, who were marching toward president of
ter, Mrs. Albert Moehlman; a and 20 great-grandchildren.
the Belgian Embassy, was later
BENJAMIN L E V I N, 18681
broken up by Tel Aviv police, I the League Against Discrimina- sister, Mrs. M. Howard Skol- i
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tion in Employment and he be- nick; and three grandchildren. 1 LILLIAN (STEINBERG) Monica, died Feb. 17. Survived
and four of the demonstrators ! longed to the advisory commit-
BECKER, Miami Beach, died by his wife, Florence; three sons,
were arrested. The incident was tee of the American Jewish Con-
17. Survived by three sons Edward, Isadore and Arthur; a
followed by sporadic clashes
between police and pro-Lum- press. Among " his works were Manya Schochat Dies; 'Nathan, Ben and Saul, and five daughter, Mrs. Pearl Sage; one
; sister and seven grandchildren.
"Jews in the Civil Service," and a Founder of Histadrut grandchildren.
umba elements along Tel Aviv's
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TEL AVIV, (JTA) — Manya 1
most crowded thoroughfare be- "The American Citizen."
He was - the editor of the Schochat, a 'veteran Zionist and
NATHAN KATZ, 3209 Cort-
fore quiet was restored.
"American War Congress and one of the founders of the Hista- land, died Feb. 21. Survived by W. Chicago Blvd., died Feb. 21.
and was the compiler, drut, the Israel labor federation, two sons Louis and Norman; a Survived by his wife, Minnie;
and five sisters:
with Bernard G. Richards, of the and of Kfar Giladi, one of the daughter, Mrs. Morris (Gertrude) two brothers **
Jewish Community Directory of early settlements in eastern Gali- ; Rosenberg; five grandchildren
New York. lee, died at her home last Friday and a great-grandchild.
died Feb. 17. Survived by three
In loving memory of Fannie
at the age of 81.
Leventen, who passed away
Born in Russia, the former SHEILA LAZOWSKY, 11501 sons, Louis, David and Harry of
Feb. 13, 1954 (11th day of
Manya Wilbushewitz was a co- Petoskey, died Feb. 21. Sur- Calif.; four daughters, Mrs. Ray
Adar). "To live in, the hearts
founder of the Anfandige Yid- vived by, her husband, Ezak; a Olen of Calif., Mrs. Mike Shear,
of those who love you is not
dishe Arbeiger Partei trade union daughter, Mrs. Arthur (Janet) Mrs. Morris Garber and Mrs.
to die." Deeply missed by
organization. She emigrated to Sages, and grandchild. i Louis Garber; one sister,
1 grandchildren and nine great
daughter, Mrs. Joseph Seltzer,
Palestine in 1904 where she serv-
and sister, Mrs. Rose Baltimore.
ed on the Hashomer defense or- . LILLY PARKER, 13841 W. grandchildren:
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(Unveiling announcements may be
ganization, the Palestine Labor Ten Mile, Oak Park, died Feb.
inserted by mailing or by calling
The Jewish News office, VE 8-9364.
Legion and later with the Hagan-
Jacob Z. Deitch Dies
Written announcements must be ac-
Jacob Z. Deitch, of 19312 Oak- of the person making the insertion.
daughter, Mrs. S o 1 (Sarah) his wife, Clara; one daughter,
field, who was well known in There is a standing charge of $3.00 Jewish Friendship League and the
Iwrey; two brothers, a sister Mrs. Jack Kaufman.
an unveiling notice, measuring
Hapoel Sports organization.
business circles in Oakland and for
an inch in depth.)
and two grandchildren.
and other areas, died Feb. 16.
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state at the Histadrut building
Funeral services were held at
The family of the late Etta before the funeral cortege pro-
Kaufman Chapel Feb. 17.
Surviving are his wife, Leah;lanoff
announces the unveiling ceeded to Kfar Giladi cemetery, lawn, died Feb. 1'7. Survived by
of a monument in her memory at
husband, Morris; three sons,
children, Charles, Joseph, Sam- 1 p.m. Sunday, March 5, at where interment took place on Abraham, Hy and Theodore, and
During the coming
uel and Mrs. Earl (Dorothy) Clover Hill Park Cemetery. Rabbi
week Yeshiva Beth
Robbins of Texas; a brother, Gerson Frankel will officiate.
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Yehuda will observe
Max Daitch; a sister, Mrs. Ethel Relatives and friends are asked Prominent Detroiter
ESTHER MILSTEIN BER-
the Yahrzeit of the
Pelton, and 18 grandchildren.
Yale Levin Dies
MAN, 927 Beard, Flint, died
Yale Levin, of 19470 Cran- Feb. 21. Survived by her hus-
friends, with the
Classified ads bring fast results!
prominent Detroiter and band, Dr. Harry; a daughter.
traditional M e mo -
Morris Steinberg Dead hrook,
rial Prayers, recita-
member of a pioneer family Nancee; two sons, David and
tion of Kaddish and
Founder of four Detroit bak-,. here, died Tuesday. fRobert; two brothers, Nathan
studying of Mish-
ing companies, Morris Steinberg,
Funeral services were held at L. Milstein and Meyer Milstein
The Family of the Late -
67, of 20527 Hubbell, died Fri- Kaufman Chapel.
I of Los Angeles; three sisters,
I He was born in Warsaw and son, Arbold; two brothers, Ben- Irene Shuman and Ruth Linden.
lived in Detroit for 45 years. He jamin Aaron, and four sisters, * * *
founded the Vienna Bakery, the Mesdames Mose Yalomstein, Is- HARRY GLASE R, 22110
Lena Farber -
Warsaw Bakery and the Fabulous rael Greenberg, Leo Koffman Harding, Oak Park, died Feb.
Star and Famous Bakeries. He and Joe Benz.
19. He leaves his wife, Bertha;
the many kind expres-
was a member of Cong. Ahavas
Levin was president of J. • two sons, Melvin and Bernard;
sions of sympathy ex-
l Achim. Surviving are his -wife, Levin Sons Co., which was two daughters, Gloria and Mrs.
tended by relatives and
Betty; two sons, Irving A. and founded by his father, the late Sidney Silver; and three grand-
friends during the fam-
Joseph B.; a daughter, Mrs.' Mor- Jacob Levin, who was one of children.
ily's recent bereave-
ris Greene; a brother, two sisters Detroit's most distinguished Or-
and seven grandchildren.
bas reb Schmuel
thodox leaders and a national
leader in Mizrachi.
He was a member of Shaarey
Mortimer H. Meyer Dies
Mortinier H. Meyer, 79, of Zedek, Ashlar Lodge F.&AM,
Abraham Berkowitz 13
Detroit Consistory, Moslem
19457 Suffolk, former president
of People's Outfitting Co., died Hannah Schloss Old Timers. •
He was a World War I Navy
The Hannah Schloss
He is survived by his wife, veteran.
Elsie Bettman Meyer, a brother
and two sisters.
mourns the passing of
CARD OF THANKS
in the Jewish
one of its distinguished
The family of the late Sarah
Born in Columbus, Ga., he
came to Detroit in 1908 and Lea Janowsky acknowledges
joined People's Outfitting. He with grateful appreciation the
became president of the firm many kind expressions of sym-
in 1954 and retired in 1959. He pathy extended by relatives and
We pay tribute to his
was a member of Temple Beth friends during the family's re-
memory for his friend-
El, Great Lakes and Franklin cent bereavement.
3201 JOY RD.
ship, for all the good
Next to the Hebrew Benevolent Society
deeds that marked his
active life. Our heart-
and JEWISH HOLIDAYS
Boston Leader Dead
felt sympathies go to
the entire Levin family
Yeshiva Beth Yehuda
BOSTON, (JTA)—Myer Ries-
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May they be consoled
man, prominent philanthropist
in their hour of sorrow.
and a leader of the Boston Jew-
2744 W. Davison cor. Lawton
ish community, died here at
the age of 62.
I In Memoriam I
717:17 ■ 2 71tX
ra Kaufman Chape , In
DIRECTORS OF FUNERALS
A funeral in the best of taste
is not expensive at the
Ira Kaufman Chapel.
31 - THE D ETROIT JEWISH( NEWS — Friday, Febru ary 24, 19 61
Tel Aviv Groups Noted - Journalist
Mourn Lumumba Reuben Fink Dies