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September 28, 1962 - Image 63

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1962-09-28

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Bialostotzky Dies;
Noted Yiddish Poet

B. David Ruby Dies;
Prominent Furniture
NEW YORK, (JTA) - Ben- Dealer in 3 Cities

jamin J. Bialostotzky, well-
known Yiddish poet, lecturer
and essayist, died Sept. 22 at
his home here,
aged 69. He
was the author
of many vol-n
umes of poetry'
and essays.
k.
Born in Lith-
uania, a son
of the famous
"Grodner Ma,
gid," he at-
tended yeshi
vot in Lithu- .
ania and start-
ed his literary
career as a
contributor to.m
Yiddish pe- sm:
riodicals in St. Bialostotzky
Petersburg and Vilna. He be-
came a member of the staff of
the Jewish Daily Forward in
1922, publishing many of his
writings in that newspaper for
the last 40 years.

B. David Ruby, of 19655 Ren-
frew, died Tuesday after a brief
illness. Funeral services were
held Wednesday morning at.
Kaufman Chapel.
Surviving him are his wife,
Molly; two sons, James H. and
Richard L.; a daughter, Mrs.
Don (Elissa) Dishell; three
brothers, Irving, Dr. John J.
and Dr. Oliver A.; four sisters,
Mrs. Jacques Bolle of Buenos
Aires, Mrs. Molly Hart of Mon-
treal, Mrs. Dorothy Luxton of
the Canadian Soo and Esther
Rubinstein of Hollywood, Calif.,
and two grandchildren.
Mr. Ruby, who was born in
the Canadian Soo in 1902,
studied law at Osgood Hall,
University of Toronto, and
briefly was engaged in the law
practice upon his arrival in De-
troit. In 1925 he entered the
furniture business. He was the
co-owner of the Ruby Furni-
ture Co. which operated stores
in Detroit, Kalamazoo and
Grand Rapids.
He was a member of Temple
Israel, the Furniture Club, Pro-
bus Club and was a charter
member of Detroit Chapter of
Bnai Brith. He was a 32nd
degree Mason.

OBITUARIES

.

MORRIS ROSENBERG, 19360 VALERIE MANN, of New
SAMUEL OZADOWSKY,
San Juan, died Sept. 24. He York, died in Detroit Sept. 25. 2543 Lenox, died Sept. 23i: Sur-
leaves his wife, Gertrude; three She leaves . son, Paul, of New vived by a brother and two
sons, Herbert, Michael J. and York; daughter, Mrs. Joseph sisters, Mrs. Minnie Kaufman
Leonard; three sisters and two Kirschman; five grandchildren; and Mrs. Isadore (Ethel) Burn-
grandchildren. and a great-grandchild. Inter- stein.
* *
* * *
ment in Detroit.
FAYE EDITH SHAPIRO,
* * *
HARRY J. JACOBSON, 19951
20552 Sunderland, died Sept.
MORRIS KLEIN, 18276 Griggs, Santa Rosa, died Sept. 25. He
23. She leaves her husband, died Sept. 10. Survived by his leaves his wife, Ann; son, Jos-
Maurice; a son, David; a daugh- wife, Lillian; two brothers, Louis eph; daughter, Mrs. Donald
ter, Mrs. Jack Fox; two broth- of Los Angeles and Harry of Kirsch; three brothers; four sis-
ers and two grandchildren.
New York; two sister s, Rose ters; and three grandchildren.
* * *
Mandle and Becky Anchelson of
PAULINE ADLER, 18618 Toronto.
BRUCE SAMUEL JAFFE,
Ilene, died Sept. 25. She leaves
* * *
2735 W. McNichols, died Sept.
a son, Yale; daughters, Esther
SAM DUBIN, 19474 Hartwell, 21. He leaves his parents, Dr.
and Mrs. Louis Winkler.; and died Sept. 16. He leaves his and Mrs. Harold W. Jaffe, and
two grandchildren.
wife, Yetta; three sons, Brian his grandfather, Max D.
* *
of Dallas, Howard and Bruce, Schuster.
*
HARRY FENBERG, 13368 and his father, Harry Dubin.
* *
ANNA PINSKY, 11501 Petos-
Dalrymple, died Sept. 23. He
HELEN KESSLER, Holly- key, died Sept. 22. Survived by
leaves his wife, Grace; a
brother, Bennett, and a sister, wood, Fla., died Sept. 21. She sons, Albert Pines and Harry
leaves a daughter, Mrs. Morris Pinsky; daughters, Mrs. Sam
Rae Mack of Chicago.
* *
Solomon of Hollywood; a Warren, Mrs. Sigmond (Ethel)
MORRIS WASSERMAN, San brother, David Weinfel of Mon- Ross and Mrs. Ben (Sadie)
Kazakevich Dies; Noted
Diego, Calif., died Sept. 22. He rovia, Calif.; two sisters, Mrs. Maltzman; 12 grandchildren and
Soviet-Jewish Author
leaves his wife, Sally; three Irving Wohl and Mrs. Lillian 11 great-grandchildren.
a a *
LONDON, (JTA) - Emanuel
sisters, Mrs. Nathan Levitt, Mrs. Perlmutter of New York, and
G. Kazakevich, one of the most
IDA SHARPE, 24446 Martha
Bernard Raitt and Mrs. Leonard three grandchildren. Interment
prominent Jewish authors in the
Washington, Southfield, died
Marx, and two brothers, Irving in Detroit.
Soviet Union, and the son of
Sept. 25. Survived by sons, Al
* * *
Y. and Harry Wasserman.
* * *
Henech Kazakevich, also a noted
FANNIE SOKOLOFF, Bronx, and Lewis of Cleveland; daugh-
ISADORE HERMAN SLE- N. Y., died in New York Sept. ters, Mrs. Irving Sobol, Mrs.
Jewish author, died last week- Arthur Fivenson Dies;
SINGER, 86, of the Madison 24. She leaves two brothers, Ben Tucker, Mrs. Hy Leiber,
end, according to Moscow dis-
Lennox Hotel, a Detroit resi- Louis and Morris; four sisters, Mrs. Joe 'Shiffman, Mrs. Lou
patches received here. The Was Alpena Resident
dent for 62 years, died Monday. Mrs. Sam Shubow, Mrs. Sam Melamed; all of Cleveland, Mrs.
younger Kazakevich, twice a
Arthur Fivenson, 70, founder He
was a lifelong member of Quen, Mrs. Isadore Bellbroff Ruben Grevnin, Mrs. Lou Zalk
recipient of Stalin Prizes, was and president of the Arthur
Temple Beth EL and of Pisgah and Edith. Interment in De- and Sarah Sharpe; 14 grand-
49.
Fivenson Iron and Metal Co.. Lodge
of Bnai Brith. He is sur- troit.
Born in Ukrainia, he lived a died Sept. 19 at Alpena Hospi-
children; 20 great-grandchil-
*
a
vived by two daughters, Marion
dren.
number of years in Birobidjan, tal, after suffering a stroke.
LEONE RAPAPORT, 11 Mo
and Mrs. Okun, and three
the former Jewish autonomous
An Alpena resident for 45
hawk, Pontiac, died Sept. 23.
area, where he wrote in both years, he established a success- sisters.
* * *
She leaves a son, Raymond;
Yiddish and Russian. During ful business and was active in
SAMUEL LEBER, 3210 two daughters, Roberta and
World War II, he enlisted in Saginaw's Elf Khurafeh Tem- Grand
died Sept. 24. He Mrs. Geo. Richman; a brother,
the Red Army, rising to the post ple of Shrine, Thunder Bay leaves Ave.,
his wife, Mabel; two three sisters and five grand-
of chief of intelligence for a Chapter of United Commercial sons, Charles
and David; three children.
Soviet Army. He received the Travelers and had served as sisters and three
grandchildren.
Stalin Prizes in 1948 and 1950, Exalted Ruler of Alpena Lodge
During the coming
* * *
MAX E. BRONSTEIN, 13031
week Yeshiva Beth
and survived the Stalin purge of Elks.
JOE KERSH, 4321 Clements, Burton, Oak Park, died Sept.
Yehudo will observe
of Jewish intellectuals which was
He was president of the local died Sept. 20. Survived by sons, 21. He leaves his wife, Sarah;
the Yahrzeit of the
begun in 1948. Recently, he had Bnai Brith chapter. Surviving Oscar and Bernard of Atlanta four daughters, Mrs. Jos. Sus-
following deported
virtually completed a new novel, are his wife, the former Mrs. and Sam; daughter, Roslyn; a man, Mrs. Ralph Stone, Mrs.
friend s, with the
"New Times," reflecting life in Esther Oppenheim; a daugh- sister, nine grandchildren and Frank Sharkus and Della Bron-
traditional M e mo
the Soviet Union between the ter, Mrs. Harry Pinsky (Jean); one great-grandchild.
Hof Prayers, recita-
stein; a brother and six grand-
* * *
1920's and 1950's.
tion of Kaddish and
children.
a son, Morton, both of Alpena;
DORA
SEGEL,
20409
Snow-
studying
of Mish-
a sister, Mrs. Hyman Kimmel
Court, died Sept. 21. Sur-
noyes.
Ground Broken for 3rd of Paterson, N.J.; two brothers, den
Sidney A. Deitch
vived by sons, Harry and Irv-
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• * *
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Isadore Levine
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MOLLY MICHAELS, 2605
Martin
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3
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SIDNEY
Sturtevant,
died
Sept.
21.
Sur-
I SAMUEL
Rose Ida Zackem 3
1
the history of the 104-year-old
Morris Ausubel
3
WOLFSON
GORLICK
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(Unveiling announcements may
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In Memory of the Late
UN 4-0785
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Pincus Hendler
5
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and address of the person making
* * *
Bella Boesky
5
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the insertion. There is a standing
JEAN H. SMITH
Max Potak
5
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SIDNEY Z. WISE, 18646
charge of $3.00 for an unveiling
Riva Abramovitz 5
3
notice, measuring an inch in
Woodingham, died Sept. 25. He
who passed away June
depth.)
*
Shana Goldsmith 6
*
leaves
his
wife,
Mildred;
son,
4
22, 1961. Sadly missed
Robert Carnick
The family of the late Sophie Peter; daughters, Susan, Penny
and always remembered
7
5
Pearl Gendler
7
5
(Bolotnikoff) Bolton announces and Mrs. Howard Goldberg;
by her husband, Ben-
the unveiling of a monument in mother, Mrs. Rebecca Wise; and
Anna Goldstein
jamin L. Smith, chil-
8
6
her memory 10:30 a.m. Sunday, two sisters. * *
dren a n d grandchil-
Clara Gold
8
6
dren.
Oct. 7, at Pinsher Cemetery.
Bessie Jaffin
8
6
DORA CHABEN, 18332 Hart-
Joseph Samuel
Rabbi Stollman will officiate. well, died Sept. 22. Survived by
Abramson
8
6
Relatives and friends are asked sons, Hyman and Harry; daugh-
Anna Mintz
8
6
Henry Schneider 8
6
to attend.
ters, Mrs. Al (Sarah) Rosen-
Manual
Urbach
&
Son
berg and Mrs. Jack (Mollie)
Yeshiva Beth Yehuda
7729 TWELFTH ST.
Stein; a sister; eight grandchil-
12305 Dexter
The Family of the Late
TY 6-7192
dren and two great-grandchil-
The ?amily of the Late
WE 1-0203
dren.
ISADORE LEWIS
* * *
ALEX E. OLEN
GUSSIE FEALK, 18225 Ken-
ZU I EBACK
Announces the unveil-
tucky, died Sept. 22. Survived
Acknowledges with
ing of a monument in
by husband, Samuel; six sons,
grateful appreciation
h i s memory 11 a.m.
David, Norman, Philip, Ben,
the many kind expres-
Sunday, Oct. 7, at
Herman and Arthur; three
MEMORIALS OF DISTINCTION
sions of sympathy ex-
Chesed shel Emis Cem-
daughters, Mrs. Dorothy Was-
tended by relatives and
etery. Rabbi Gorrelick
serman, Mrs. Arthur (Jean) Lee
Custom Designed
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will officiate. Relatives
of New York and Mrs. Sydney
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(C onst an c e) Weinberg; a
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to attend.
brother, a sister, 18 grandchil-
TE 4 - 40 62
7436 TIREMAN
dren and 12 great grandchil-
dren.

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