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February 01, 1963 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-02-01

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19715 Shrewsbury, a member band, Sylvan S.; a • daughter,
of a pioneering • Michigan fam- Mrs. Thomas (Joan) Fromm;
ily and a grandniece of Judah a sister, Mrs. Joseph (Irma)
P. Benjamin, the U. S. Sena- Wolf of Beverly Hills, Calif.,
tor from Louisiana who became and two grandsons.
Granddaughters of one of the
Secretary of State of the Con-
federacy and was General Lee's earliest settlers of Monroe,
chief adviser, died Jan. 28 at Mich., Mrs. Grosner was a na-
tive of Monroe. Her father,
the age of 72.
Benjamin Freidenberg, also was
born there. Her mother, Miriam
Freidenberg — nee Benjamin —
was the niece of Judah P. Ben-
jamin who, upon his flight
from the United States after
Former associates, friends the defeat of the Confederacy,
and students of the late Max became the Queen's Counselor
Gordon joined in paying tribute in England.
A graduaate of Monroe High
to his memory at a memorial
School and the Benjamin Dean
meeting held Saturday night.
The late Mr. Gordon, besides School in New York. Mrs. Gros-
having gained. the community's ner had lived in Detroit for the
esteem as one of the pioneer past 50 years.
Active in many organizations,
Hebrew teachers associated with
the .United Hebrew Schools, Mrs. Grosner was an officer of
also taught a class at the the Fresh Air SoCiety and was
Shaarey Zedek between Mincha actively affiliated with ORT,
and. Maariv on Saturdays. Temple Beth El, National Coun-
Speaking for the former partici- cil of Jewish. Women, Hadas-
pants in that class, Norman M. sah, Sinai Hospital Women's
Snyder read the following poem League, Great Lakes Club and
City Club. She was
he had written in Mr. Gordon's Women's
deeply interested in Women's
memory:
Organization for Rehabilitation
Blessed are they who enter
Training.
a house of learning

Poetic Tribute
to Max Gordon

Blessed are they who enter
ning
with an honest year
The reward is great
and manifold
Our teachers loyal to -young
and old
Their mission difficult
if 'properly pursued
Their patience and research
never to be subdued
A teacher • within - our midst has
recently been laid to rest
He fulfilled his duty,- always ready,
giving his best '-
Never overpowering but,
humbly with calm and grace
Tho ' childless and forelorn in
a world- of haste and space
His legion of students, too,
too many to be numbered,
. paying homage!
Bringing Judaism to them, •
ever to be remembered,
our heritsge! • .
Having illumined vthein with
his faithful searching truths
Never to be forgotten and cloSest
to our hearts, our youths
Slumber on dear teacher in quiet
and repose in your new Kingdom
And we in turn shall revere your
attributes accepting your wisdom
Having had the good fortune to study
with you on this earth; now gone!
Wng to have you as our worthy
teacher hi the World to Come!

A tribute to Robert Frost will
be broadcast at 1 p.m. Sunday
over WXYZ-TV.
The program will repeat, by
request, an interview between
the poet, who died this week,
and Charles E. Feinberg.
Tributes to Frost's memory
are being paid in Israel, where
the poet's appearances and his
meetings with Hebrew Univer-
sity students are being recalled.
On his recent visit here, at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fein-
berg. Frost acclaimed himself a
Zionist dating back to the Bal-
four days.

Israel Exported
Million Worth
of Goods Last Year

$280

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

Lady Lillian Montagu
Dies; World Leader of
Liberal Judaism

LONDON (JTA) — Lady Lil-
lian Montagu, president of the
Union of Liberal and Progres-
sive Synagogues, died here Jan.
23 at the age
of 90.
Author of
more than a
do zen books
on Jewish sub-
jects, she had
been a Justice
of the Peace
and chairman
of the Juve-
nile Court. She
was honorary
life president
of the World
Union for Pro-
gressive Juda-
ism, which she Lady Montagu
had also served as president.
She had been a Lay Minister
of the West Central Jewish Lib-
eral Congregation since 1928
and president of the West Cen-
tral Day Settlement.

JERUSALEM — Israel has
exported a total of $280,000,000
worth of goods during 1962, a
13 per cent increase over the
previous year's total, Pinhas
Sapir, Minister of Commerce
and Industry, announced here
Tuesday.
Exports for 1963 are esti-
mated to reach $341,000,000, a
22 per cent increase over 1962,
he said.
Sapir noted that $50 million
more in goods might have been
exported last year were it not
for high local demand and con-
sumption. The chief cause of
the high local demand, he said,
was the large scale conversion
of foreign currency receipts
from compensation and restitu-
tion funds into Israeli pounds.
The United States was Israel's
In loving memory of our be-
largest customer last year, with
loved mother, Anna La Bret: You Israeli imports to that country
will alwayS be in our hearts.
$42,500,000. England
Never to be forgotten. Mrs. Ben totaling
Levinson, Mrs. Ben Wuntner, was next with $37 million in
Mrs. Sam Gottesman and Mr. imports and Germany third with
$27 million. Other leading pur-
Ben, L Bret.
chasers of Israeli goods were
B e l g i u m, The Netherlands,
Yugoslavia and Turkey, in that
The Family of the Late
order.

In.,Memoriand

.

SAUL (SAMMY)
CHARNES

Acknowledges with
grateful appreciation
the many kind expres-
sions of sympathy ex-
tended by relatives and
friends during the fam-
ily's recent bereave-
ment.

The Family of the late

ROSE HACK

Acknowledges with
grateful appreciation
the many kind expres-
sions of sympathy ex-
tended by relatives and
friends during the fam-
ily's recent bereave-
ment.

OBITUARIES -1

ROSE HACK, 18410 Wash-
DORA GROSS died Jan. 26.
She leaves a cousin, Mrs. Paul- burn, died Jan. 26. Survived by
her mother, Mrs. Tillie Eisen-
ine Grossman.
berg; two sons, Samuel and

* * *
three
PHILIP ABRAMSOHN. 20443 Herman; three brothers,
grandchildren.
Cheyenne, died Jan. 26. He sisters and seven
* * *
leaves a sister, Eve; and a
CLARA FREEDMAN, 13556
nephew, Arthur Abramsohn.
Santa Rosa, died Jan. 26. Sur-
* * *
vived by her 'husband, Max;
NATE COOPER, 18104 Mar- two sons, Tanie and Saul of
lowe, died Jan. 26. He leaves San Diego, Cal.; a daughter,
his wife, Goldie; a son, Jack; Mrs. Louis Rosen; a brother
a daughter, Mrs. Fred Kandell; and six grandchildren.
two brothers, four sisters and
* * *
five grandchildren.
ABRAM SPIRO, 2978 Clem-
* * *,
ents, died Jan. 27, Survived by
HARRY SAKS, 18032 North- his aunt, Mrs. Pearl Ring.
* * *
lawn, died Jan. 27. He leaves
his wife, Yetta; a son, David;
PHILIP N. LANSKY, Ann
a daughter, Rickel; his father, Arbor, died Jan. 24. He leaves
Joseph; two brothers and two his wife, Nellie; six sons,
sisters.
Samuel, George, Gilbert, Aub-
* * *


rey and Harold Lansky and Al-
FAY GREENLICK, 17585 vin Sanger; two daughters, Mrs.
Santa Barbara, died Jan. 26. Harold Kramer and Mrs. Jack
She leaves her husband, Eman- Faxon; two sisters, 19 grand-
uel; two sons, Merwyn R. and children and four great grand-
Clifford; a brother, three sisters, children.
* * *
and three grandchildren.
JACOB GOLDSTEIN, 18951
* *
WALTER JACOBS died in Prairie, died Jan. 25. He leaves
New York Jan. 22. He leaves his wife, Fannie; three sons,
a sister, Mrs. Minnie Levi; and Fred, Harold and Frederick;
two nieces. Interment, Detroit. three daughters, Mrs. Morris
Katanick, Mrs. Louis Glassman
* 5 *
and Mrs. Howard Levitt; his
EVA BURNSTEIN, 4267 W. mother, Mrs. Rose Goldstein;
Buena Vista, died Jan. 28. Sur- a brother, a sister, 15 gand-
vived by a son, Leon Brash; a children and a great grand-
daughter, Mrs. Philip Dworin; child.
two brothers and three grand-
children.

MORRIS RASKIN, 321 Calle
Meramor, Redond Beach, Calif.,
former Detroit Common Pleas
bailiff, died Jan. 27. Survived by
wife, Fannie; son, Herbert;
daughters, Mrs. Sam Oschin and
Mrs. Sidney Siegel; two broth-
ers; and a sister.
* * *
ROSE WOLF, 29623 Lamar
Lane, Livonia, died Jan. 28.
Robert Loewenberg
Survived .by two'sOns, Irving of
Dies; Was Active
Philadelphia, Pa. and Morris;
daughters, Mrs. Al (Ray)
in Many Movements four
Epstein,
Mrs. Murray (Ida)
Robert Loewenberg died Mon- Lickerman;
Mrs. Saul (Sarah)
day at the age of 82.
and Mrs. Sidney (Bertha)
Funeral services were held Smith
Farber; a brother; 14 grandchil-
Tuesday at Kaufman Chapel.
Surviving him are his wife, dren, and two great grandchil-
Ann; three daughters, Mrs. Mil- dren.
* * *
ton Maddin, Mrs. Lloyd Finsilver
ROSE GOLD, 19455 Prest, died
and Mrs. Albert Carnick; son, Jan. 29. Survived by two sons,
George Bremen, and 13 grand- Irving and Sol; three daughters,
children.
Mrs. Jack (Dora) Acker, Mrs.
Long active in community af- Jarvis (Frieda) Massover, and
fairs, the deceased was among Mrs. Sarah Wiss; eight grand-
the leaders in Shaarey Zedek children, and 10 great gand-
synagogue for many years and children.
was a participant in Zionist
* * *
functions. He was for 19 years
MITCHELL SCHRAM, 24310
the executive secretary of Clover Berkley, Oak Park, died Jan. 29.
Hill Park Cemetery.
Survived by wife, Belle; two
Born in Germany, Mr. Loewen- sons, Calvin and Stuart; mother.
berg was brought here as an Mrs. Ida Schram; two brothers,
Midwest Communal
infant and lived in Detroit for and five sisters.
Leader Goldsmith Dies 80 years.
* * *
The Midwest Section of the
CLARA
MALTZ,
3380 Mon-
In
1951
the
Fred
M.
Butzel
National Jewish Welfare Board
died Jan. 29. Survived by
mourns the loss of its secretary, Memorial Association purchas- terey,
Barack.
David Goldsmith of Columbus, ed the building at 163 Madison niece, Mrs. Sidney
* * *
Ave., which was dedicated in
0., who died Jan. 16.
JOSEPH KAMEN, 17156 Bir-
Mr. Goldsmith was a leader of 1952 as the Fred M. Butzel Me-
the Jewish Center field in the morial Building housing the wood, died Jan. 301 Survived by
midwest for more than 15 years. Jewish Welfare Federation, wife, Ida; son, Morris; daugh-
As chairman of the scholarship some of its agencies and cam- ter, Mrs. Eugene (Esther) Brown
committee of the midwest sec- paign headquarters of the Al- of St. Clair Shores; a brother,
and a sister.
tion, he helped recruit new pro- lied Jewish Campaign.
fessionals to the Jewish Center
field. He had been president of
the Jewish Center in Columbus.

Man is not the master of his
soul. Ecclesiastes 6.

ey A. Deitch
S idney
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31; THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, February. 1, 1963

Tribute to Frost
Mrs. Sylvia F. Grosner, Niece of
Judah P. Benjamin, Dies at Age 72 Sunday Features
Surviving her are her hus- Poet, -Feinberg
Mrs. Sylvia F. Grosner, of

WE REMEMBER
71- crx

During the coming
week Yeshiva Beth
Yehuda will observe
the Yahrzeit of the
following departed
friends, with the
traditional Memorial
Prayers, recitation of
Kaddish and study-
ing of Mishnayes.

-

Hebrew Civil
Shevat Feb.
2 .
8
Lea Siebner
2
8
Robert Rosenberg
2
8
Mrs. H. J. Diamond
2
8
Alyce. Rood

9
9
9

3
3
3

10
Ethel Fidler
Joseph Herman Heiler 10
10
Louis Levin

4
4
4

Pearl Helper
Jacob Gottlieb
Nettie Friedman

Aaron Yagoda
Moshe Asher Brody
Jacob Zucker .
Noah Leib Heifetz
Belle Nelson
Benjamin Sturman
Sam Rottenberg

11
11

11

5

Esther Hechtman
Bertha Terebelo
Harry Lupiloff
Feigel Rubinoff
Ida Brandt
Fannie Turkel. .
Miriam Sidder
Esther Golde Karbal

12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12

6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6

Samuel Saltsman
Oscar Lefkofsky
- -
S. Karbal
Harry Schneider
Louis Kartun
Fannie Faber
Bessie Gruber

13
13

7
7

5
5

11
11

14
14
14
14
14

8

8

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