100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

The University of Michigan Library provides access to these materials for educational and research purposes. These materials may be under copyright. If you decide to use any of these materials, you are responsible for making your own legal assessment and securing any necessary permission. If you have questions about the collection, please contact the Bentley Historical Library at bentley.ref@umich.edu

October 13, 1961 - Image 30

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-10-13

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

30

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, October 13, 1961 —

Miami's Beau Rivage
Hotel Purchased by
First Republic Corp.

The First Republic Corp. of
America, represented in Miami
Beach by James J. Navone, own-
ers and operators of the Cha-
teau and the Sahara resort
motels on Miami Beach, has
purchased the new 300-room
Beau Rivage resort•hotel in the
Bal Harbour section of Miami
Beach.
The luxury hotel offers com-
plete convention facilities, in-
rooms and display areas. There
are dining rooms, a coffee shop,
eluding meeting rooms, caucus
solaria and health club, enter-
tainment lounge and a complete
arcade of shops.
On the ocean front, the Beau
Rivage offers two swimming
pools, cabana club, 9-hole put-
ting green and other recreation-
al facilities.
The Beau Rivage is under-
going complete refurbishing and
will have its grand opening on
Mond*.
7 C. H. Thiess has been op-
pointed general manager of all
Miami Beach holdings for the
First Republic Corp. of Ameri-
ca. He was previously general
Manager of the Sahara and
Chateau.

97 Study L.A. Welfare
Funds in Israel, Europe

LOS ANGELES, (JTA) — A
97-member mission -sponsored
by the Los Angeles United
Jewish Welfare FUnd, has left
for Israel and Europe to study
at first hand the philanthropic
programs supported by • the
fund.
The members of the group,
which includes the top volun-
teer leadership of the welfare
fund campaign, will review the
operations in Europe and Israel
of the Joint Distribution Com-
mittee and other welfare or-
ganizations. They will meet
with JDC. executives in Geneva
and with • WI) Israeli officials.

Kunsky Estate Sold

OBITUARIES

HANNAH SPRINGEL died
Oct. 3 in Philadelphia. Sur-
vived by husband, Joseph; a
son, Barry; four sisters and
two 'brothers. Interment, Phila-
delphia.
* *
FANNY COHEN, 19137 Ilene,
died Oct. 9. Survived by a
b r o t h e r, a daughter-in-law,
three nephews, three nieces and
two grandchildren.
* * *
MATILDA KUTNICK, 3205
Tyler, died Oct. 10. Survived by
two sons, Jack and Harold; two
brothers, a sister and six grand-
children.
• *
JACKE GLASSER, 18271
died Oct. 6. Survived by wife,
Gittel; three daughters, Mrs.
Sarah Ahree, Mrs. Morris Berry
and Mrs. Arnold Greenbaum;
and three grandchildren.•

LOUIS ALLEN, 13641 Allan,
Oak Park, died Oct. 7. Survived
by wife, Ida; three sons, Joseph,
Jack and Marvin; two daugh-
ters, Mrs. Arthur Solomon and
Mrs. Jerry *Mora; brother, a
sister and eight grandchildren.

MAURICE C. FINK Ojai- Oct.
9 in Miami Beach. SurYlyed by
wife, Lillian.; a daughter, Mrs.
Joseph Newman; a sister and
four grandchildren. Interment,
Detroit.
• * *
LEO STEIER, 17147 Wiscon-
sin, died Oct. 10. Survived by
.wife, Lillian; a daughter, Mrs.
Donald Burnstein; and two
grandchildren.
* * *
SAMUEL ZIMMERMAN, 1226
Moore, Toledo, died Oct. 8. Sur-
vived by his wife, Yetta, four
sons, Irving of Toledo, and
William, Sol and Milton of De-
troit; 10 grandchildren and four
great grandchildren.
*
CLARA SUSSMAN, 11537
Hamilton, died Oct. 7. Survived
by two sons, Donald C. and
Floyd S.; five grandchildren
and two great grandchildren.

The $500;000 John Kunsky
estate, announced for sale by the
Julian C. Frank Co., realtors, in
the Oct. 6 issue of The Jewish
News, had already been sold at
* * *
the time of the announcement.
MAX SUSSMAN, 2 4 2 8 0
This is the second time that the Church, Oak Park, died Oct. 8.
Frank Realtors have handled Survived by wife, Claire, two
the sale of the property.
sons, Marc and Ronald; a
daughter, Sandra; and a bro-
Racey Opens Realty
ther, Sam.

Firm for Northwest

MOLLIE STERN, 17403 Win
throp, died Oct. 8. Survived b3
husband, Benjamin, three sons
William P. Katz, Leo Katz o f
E. Lansing and Harold Stern
a brother, Louis Gastman; a
sister, Mrs. Nathan Gladstein
of N.Y.
• * *
MARY REICH died Oct. in
Melbourne, Austrailia. Survived
by three daughters, Mrs. Helga
Kaye of Oak Park, Mrs. Ernes t
Thompson and Mrs. Keit h
Steinhardt, both of Melbourne
and seven grandchildren.
• *
N E L L I E KACZANDER
20184 Steel, died Oct. 7. Sur
vived by three sons, Anton
Theodore and Paul of Valle Y
Stream, N.Y.; two daughters
Mrs. Emery Ehrenwald an d
Mrs. Nick Salamon; 10 grand
children and two great grand
children.
*
*
DINA WEINBAUM, 3 0 1 8
Monterey, died Oct. 6. Sur-
vived by two nephews, Abra-
ham Kaplan and Benzion Hy-
man of Toronto; a niece, Mrs.
Alex Stern.
* * *
JENNIE SESKIN, 4754 Liv-
ernois, died Oct. 6. Survived
by husband, Adolph; a son, Ed-
ward Rosenberg; two daugh-
ters, Mrs. Herman. Kleinman
and Mrs. William Stoffer; two
brothers, two sisters, five
grandchildren and one great
grandchild.
* * *
HARRY FEINGOLD, 18952
Santa Barbara, died Oct. 5.
Survived by a brother, Sam.
*. *
LUDWIG WINKLER, 2740
Fullerton, died Oct. 6. Sttrvived
by wife, Gertrude; two brothers
and a sister.

* * *

NATHAN ROSNER, 19214
Votrobeck, died Oct. 8. Sur-
vivideby wife, 'Jennie; a son,
Saul; a daughter, Mrs. Earl
Meyers; two sisters and five
grandchildren.
* * *
BERTHA SOMMERS, 17313
Wisconsin, died Oct. 11. Survived
by husband, Harry; two daugh-
ters, Mrs. Irving Fishman and
Mrs. Ronald Goldstone; a
brother, Adrian A. Tobias
(Toby); a sister, Faye Tobias;
and four grandchildren.

Transfer Remains of Moses Hess.,
Who Influenced Zionism, to Israel

Stanley Racey has announced
the opening of the Racey Realty
Co., specializing in all types of
residential property in north-
west Detroit and the suburbs.
COLOGNE, (JTA) — The re- Socialist and Jewish nationalist,
For information, call LI 6-7668. mains of Moses Hess, German whose theories of the role of
Palestine as a center of Jewish
survival influenced later Zionist-
political leaders and intellectuals
like Dr. Theodor Herzl and Ahad
Haam, will be removed to Israel,
for reburial on the shores of
Lake Tiberias, it was announced
here.
Special services were held
Sunday at the synagogue here.
Among participants in the serv-
ices were representatives of the
German Social Democratic Party,
members of the Israeli mission
here, and leaders of the German
Jewish community.
Hess, who was born in Bonn
in 1812, and educated at the Uni-
versity of Bonn, was a collabora-
tor of Karl Marx, but deviated
from Marx's Socialism by advo-
cating ethical concepts based on
Spinozism.
In 1843, he wrote a book en-
titled "Rome and Jerusalem,"
in which he developed his con-
cepts of practical ethics with the
re-establishment of the Jewish
people in Palestine.
Hess died in Paris in 1875,
but he was buried in the family
burial grounds in the Jewish
cemetery at Cologne. Recently,
a special committee was or-
ganized here for removal of his
remains to Israel.

Selig D. Sidney, Sidney-Hill
Founder, Dies at Age of 71

services were held
at Kaufman Chapel for Selig
at
D. Sidney, of 19450 Cranbrook,
who died last Friday at the age
of 71.
Surviving him are his wife,
Belle; two brothers, Ben Chim-
beroff of Chicago and Julius- of
Los • Angeles; three sisters, the
Misses Bernice and Lucille
Chimberoff of Beverly Hills,

Morris Lacliover
Dies; Principal
of Hebrew School

Morris Lachover, of 17334
Wisconsin, who for nearly . 40
years was a member of the
faculty of the United Hebrew
Schools, having served as the
schools' secretary and until re-
cently as principal of the Bnai
Moshe branch, died Monday
morning at the age of 59.
Funeral services were held
Tuesday afternoon at Kaufman
Chapel.
Burial was postponed, how-
ever, until Thursday, to
enable the daughter of the
deceased, Mrs. Samuel (Miri- -
am) Rosens, to fly from Tur-
key, where her husband, an
American engineer, is sta-
tioned, to attend the service
at Machpelah cemetery.

Besides his daughter, Mr.
Lachover is survived by his
wife, Gertrude; a son, Leonard,
a third year medical student at
Wayne State University; four
brothers, Abraham Lachover,
-Ben, Sam and David Fleishman;
four sisters, Mesdames Herbert
Pevos, Celia Lakofsky, Jacob
Gosevitz and Lillian Rose, and
a grandson.
. The deceased came to the
Hebrew schools, as a teacher,
while in his teens, together
with his younger brother Abra-
ham. He participated in board
meetings for more than 30 years
as secretary, organized the Bnai
Moshe branch of . the schools,
taught classes and in the past
year devoted hithself to a spe-
cial task of research for the
schools.
Deeply interested in the Zion-
ist cause, Mr. Lachover was ac-
tive in the Jewish National
Fund and Histadrut campaign,
took an interest in the Bar-Ilan
University in Israel and in all
movements related to Israel,
was a member and regular at-
tendant at Shaarey Zedek serv-
ices and was active in the
Hebrew speaking organization
Kvutzah Ivrith.
He had begun to write inter-
esting memoirs, and one of
them, dealing with a Tashlich
episode, was published in the
last Rosh Hashanah issue of
The Jewish News.

Dr. 'Eugenia M. Bernstein
Dies; Had Many Affiliations

Dr. Eugenia May. Bernstein,
of 19292 Warrington, a practic-
ing physician who had many or-
ganizational affiliations, died
Monday at the age of 62. Fun-
eral services were held Tuesday
at Kaufman Chapel.
Surviving her are two. sons,
Sander and Marvin; a brother,
Boris May, and a sister, Mrs.
Rose Shecter.
She was the widow of Dr.
Albert E. Bernstein, who was
active in many movements,
especially the United Hebrew
Schools and the Zionist move-
ment, and had practiced medi-
cine here for more than half
a century. She had a daughter,
Mrs. I. Abulafi, who died in
June, 1960.
Dr. Bernstein was active in
Hadassah, ORT and the Council
of Jewish Women, was a mem-
ber of S h a a r e y Zedek and
Women's City Club and other
local and national, as well as
professional organizations.

Calif., and Mrs. Rose Smith of
Los Angeles.
The deceased, who was born
in Chicago and lived most of
his life in Detroit, was among
the commuity's best known and
most popular figures. He was
the founder, 52 years ago, of
the Sidney-Hill Health Club
here and was active in many.
Jewish movements.
Mr. Sidney was present at
practically all public functions
of the Allied Jewish Campaign,
the Jewish Welfare Federation
and other movements. He was
deeply interested in the United
Jewish Appeal and in Jewish
rescue movements. He was ac-
tive in Congregation Shaarey
Zedek, was a member of the
Masonic Order, Covenant Club,
Knollwood - Country Club and
other organizations here and
in Cleveland where he operated
the Sidney-Hill Northwest Club
and the Downtown .Club in the
Hollenden Hotel.
He also took a deep interest
in the Jewish Home for Aged
and a number of other local
Jewish and civic agencies.
Originally Mr. Sidney founded
a health Cltib: for business and
professional men in the. down-
town area. In recent .years he
operated the Sidney-Hill Health
Club at 1333 West Eight Mile
Road.
He was generally credited
with creating the health club
idea in the United States, hav-
ing operated clubs in Boston,
Buffalo, Milwaukee and Los
Angeles. He began this type of
athletic and health program
when he founded tthe first club
in Chicago. in 190.7. His first
club in Detroit was in the Hol-
den Building, later moving to
the Washington Boulevard old
telephone building. He later
moved to the Transportation
Building and until a few years
ago operated the Uptown Club
near the General Motors Build-
ing concurrently with the Down-
town Club.
Among Mr. Sidney's accom-
plishments was the establish-
ment of squash racquets courts,
introducing the game from
England.

Win. Zukerman,
Anti-Zionist,
Die-s at Age 70

William Zukerman, who be-
came chief propagandist for the
anti-Zionist American Council for
Judaism, died in New York last
week at the age of 70.
He was the editor of the
Jewish Newsletter, which served
as an organ for the anti-Zionists.
Born in Brest-Litovsk, he came
to the United States when he was
17, starting his journalistic
career as representative of the
Jewish Daily Forward in Chicago.
After World War I, he set up
the European bureau in London
of the Morning Journal, the New
York Yiddish daily. He directed
the bureau until the start of
World War II. He founded the
Jewish Newsletter • in New York
in 1948. Until 1952 he was New
York correspondent for the Lon-
don Jewish Chronicle.

Max Burstein Dies at 84

Max Burstein, of 19110 Santa
Barbara, died Monday at the age
of 84. Funeral services were
held at Kaufman Chapel Tues-
day.
Surviving him. are three sons,
Drs. Morris M., Harry S. and I,
Mar vin Burstein, who share
their medical off ice on the
Boulevard and Third; a brother,
Isidore; four grandchildren and
one great-grandchild:
He was a member of Shaarey
Zedek and the Krostishever Aid
Society and was until recently
active in the real estate and
construction business.

Back to Top

© 2020 Regents of the University of Michigan