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February 15, 1963 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-02-15

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Mrs. M. H. Zackheim Dies at 79;
Funeral Services This Morning

Mrs. Maurice H. (Rebecca)
Zackheim, 3960 W. Outer Dr.,
one of Detroit's most active par-
ticipants in many movements,
died Thursday at the age of 70.
Funeral services will be held
at 11:30 this morning at Kauf-
man Chapel.
Surviving her are her hus-
band, one of Detroit's most

eminent Zionists and Talmudic
scholars; a son, Dr. Herschel
Zackheim; a brother, Jack
Kreinson of Elmira, N.Y.; and
three grandsons.
Born in Titusville, Pa., Mrs.
Zackheim lived here for nearly
150 years. The Zackheims would
have been married 50 years
next July.
Mrs. Zackheim's numerous af-
filiations included Hadassah, the
Sisterhood of Shaarey Zedek,
the United Hebrew Schools, Na-
tional Council of Jewish Women
and other local and national
movements.

OBITUARIES

LILLIAN VAN BAALEN
CHAIR. SARAH BLOOM, of
BLACH, 2329 Chester, Birming- Chicago, died Feb. 6. Survived
ham, Ala., died Feb. 10. She by four sons, Irving, Sol, Marvin
leaves two sons, Harold Van of Brooklyn, Ellis of Brooklyn;
Baalen, Jr., and Chase Van three daughters, Mrs. Morris
Baalen; a sister Mrs. Hattie (Nettie) Goldwater, Mrs. Esther
Bovoletes; three grandchildren. Lansberg and Pearl, all of Chi-
* *- *
cago; a brother, two sisters, nine
MINNIE HOROWITZ, 18290 grandchildren and five great
Oak, died Feb. 13. Survived by grandchildren.
* * *
husband, Joseph; a son, Allan;
two daughters, Mrs. Manuel
MORRIS GOBEL, 17586 Wood-
Weinstein and Mrs. David Pen- ingham, died Feb. 7. Survived
fil; a brother, a sister and five by his wife, Ruth; a son, Frank;
grandchildren.
a daughter, Mrs. Morris (Muriel)
HARTFORD, Conn., (JTA)--
* * *
Sherbow; a sister and four grand-
A proposed amendment to the
MAX WINER, 14240 Pem- children.
Connecticut State Constitution, Altmaier Dies; Noted
* * *
broke, died Feb. 10. Survived
permitting absentee balloting for Restitution Efforts
by three sons, Norman, Morris
BELLE BARLOW, 11501 Pe-
for voters whose religion poses
BONN, (JTA) - Jacob Alt- and Samuel; four daughters, toskey, died Feb. 8. She leaves
conflict with a fixed election
maier,
Jewish member of the Mrs. Harry (Sylvia) Klee of sister, Mrs. Julius (Maude)
date, was seen here as making
Sherman Oaks, Calif., Mrs.
progress, following a • hearing Bundestag, lower House of the Harry (Fannie) FleiSher, Mrs. Rothschild; two nephews and a
before. a legislative committee West German parliament, died Louis (Ida) Goldberg, Mrs. niece.
* * *
here Feb. 9, aged 73. Death
at the state capitol.
Leonard (Shirley) Shultz; and
came
suddenly
after
he
had
at-
MICHAEL
STUART COLLINS
While no one .appeared
15 grandchildren.
of Leonard, Mich., died Feb. 10.
against the proposal, pleas for tended a meeting of the Bunde-

*
He leaves his parents, Dr.' and
adoption of the amendment stag.
LENA. DRAZIN, 20117 Strath- Mrs. Allen A. Collins.
A journalist since 1913 and
were voiced during the hearing
moor, died Feb. 12. Survived by
* * *
by Mrs. Ella T. Grasso, Secre- active in the Social Democratic
son, Morris of Peoria, Ill.; a
MAX
ROSENBERG,
1020
Party,
Altmaier
was
also
a
mem-
tary of State, and Ben Stark,
executive director of the Con- ber of the Consultative Assem- daughter, Mrs. Jack (Anne) Michigan, Miami, Fla., died Feb.
necticut Jewish Community Re- bly of the European Council. He Edelstein; a brother; two sis- 9. He leaves two sons, Herbert
had been given large credit for ters; four grandchildren and a Rosenberg and Irwin Reed;
lations Council.
three daughters, Mrs. Bernie
Mrs. Grasso told the commit- helping to bring about the great grandchild.
* * *
(Sara) Kessler, Mrs. Albert
tee that analysis of the'calendar German- Israeli reparations
CISSIE BOOKSTAN, 2635 (Henrietta) Grand, Mrs. Joseph
for the next 25 years showed agreement in 1952, and for his
that at least 11 election' days in work on btlialf of .restitution Cortland, died Feb. 13. Survived (Aileen) Allen; two sisters, Mrs.
various towns and cities in Con- and indemnification of victims by three sons, Louis, Barnet Harry Unterman and Mrs. Max
and Saul of Columbus, 0.; two Wilensky; nine grandchildren.
necticut will fall on Rosh Ha- of Nazism.
daughters, Mrs. Harry (Pau-
* * *
shanah or Yom Kippnr:
From 1933, when Hitler came
JULIE HOFFMAN, 19909
The - amendment received a to power, until 1946, he lived line) Richmond and Nora of
simple majority in the . State mainly in France and Britain. Los Angeles, Calif.; five grand- Kentfield, died Feb. 7. Survived
House of Representatives, He lost more than 30 relatives children and two great grand- by three sons, Fritz, Arthur of
Israel and Leo; a daughter, Mrs.
where it was introduced in during the Nazi holocaust. Trib- children.
Steve (Erna) Duren of Czecho-
1961. If approved by the com- ute to his memory was voiced
mittee now, it must receive a in parliament by leaders of the Irving Weisenthal Dies slavakia; a brother, three grand-
two-thirds majority in both the principal political parties in the
A real estate investor, Irving children and six great grand-
House and the Senate. The House.
Weisenthal, 17156 Woodingham, children.
* * *
amendment would permit ref-
died Feb. 7. He was 46.
ERNA
SARAH
MANN, 3366
erenda in. various towns and
Mr. Weisenthal was chair-
Kendall, died Feb. 10. She leaves
cities on the issue, requiring Boston Leaders Seek
man of the board of Children's
her husband; Willie; a daughter,
only a simple majority in each to Re-Establish Telshe
Orthogenic School and a Imem- Mrs. Ruth .Kung; three brothers,
case.5,- .
ber
of
Cong.
Beth
Aaron.
Sur-
a sister and a grandson.
The Connecticut Jewish Yeshiva. in Cleveland
viving are his -wife, Valeria;
* * *
Ledger quoted Common Pleas
BOSTON, (JTA) - A fund- four sons, Marvin, Howard,
ISIDORE
SALES,
17765 Man-
Court Judge Samuel S. Googel, raising drive to help rebuild the
of New Britain, as cautioning dormitories of the famed Telshe Steven and Donald; parents, Mr. derson, died Feb. 7. He leaves
that adoption of the Amend- Yeshiva, in Cleveland, destroy- and. Mrs. Hyman Weisenthal; a a son, James Sales;. three broth-
ment by the State's General ed by fire last month with the brother, Louis, and three sis- ers and two grandchildren.
* * *
Assembly will be only one step loss of the lives of two students, ters, Mrs. George Fleischer,
Mrs.
Irving
Katanick
and
Mrs.
HARRY.
STOCKER,
17569
toward permitting absentee bal- was launched here by Jewish
Cherrylawn, died Feb. 7. He
loting when an election day con- lay and rabbinic leaders, with William Cherish.
leaves his wife, Minnie; two sons,
flicts with a religious holiday.
Mayor John F. Collins as honor-
Robert and Dr. Lawrence L.;
Judge Googel was chairman ary chairman.
Poet Alquit Dies
daughter, Mrs. Sol (Ruth) Le-
of the Joint Legislative Council
NEW YORK, (JTA) - B.
After a conference at his of-
of the State when the proposal fice in City Hall, Mayor Collins Alquit, well-known Yiddish poet, land; two brothers, two sisters,
for such an amendment was issued a proclamation declaring died here Feb. 11, aged 66. Born eight grandchildren.
* * *
first made in 1957. In that year this month as Boston Telshe in Chelm, Poland, as Eliezer
RUTH JACOBSON, 1000 Mer-
a local election was held in Yeshiva Emergency Fire Cam- Bloom, he came to this coun-
ton, died Feb. 8. She leaves two
New Britain on Passover, pre- paign Month."
try in 1914 and started publish- sisters, Mrs. Isadore (Rose) Ja-
venting some Jews from voting.
ing
poetry.
and
literary
essays
The Telshe Yeshiva, founded
cobson and Mrs. Daniel (Hattie)
in 1875 by the late Rabbi Eli- under the pen name of B. Al- Harris.
Michael Sherman Dies ezer Gordon, in Lithuania, was quit in 1920, appearing in Die
* * *
Michael Sherman, operator of destroyed by the Nazis during Zukunft, Freie Arbeiter Shtim-
OSCAR HAGENJOS, 888 Sun-
Sherman Drugs at 9100 Oak- World War II, and re-establish- me and other leading Yiddish set, Redland, Calif., died Feb. 6.
land, died Feb. 7. He was 48. ed in Cleveland. Many well- periodicals. For a number of He leaves son, Alan; daughter,
Mr. Sherman, 17318 Griggs, known Jewish scholars, rabbis years he was on the editorial Mrs. Ruth Seltzer; sister, Mrs.
was .a native of Toronto, Ont., and jurists, in various parts of staff of the Jewish Morning Melanie Churchman; and a
Journal.
and was a veteran of the Ca- the world, including Israel, had
grandchild.
nadian Air Force in World War been students of the Telshe
CARD
OF
THANKS
II. • He lived here for 17 years. Yeshiva.
Sidney A. Deitch
The family of the late Benja-
Surviving are his wife, Trudy;
DETROIT MONUMENT
min Radin acknowledges with
two daughters, • Sherry and
WORKS
grateful appreciation the many
Best Quality Granites
Suzanne; his f a t h e r, Louis
kind expressions of sympathy ex-
Personalized Designs
Sherman and three brothers.
Priced Reasonable
tended by relatives and friends
2744 W. Davison cor. Lawton
during
the
family's
recent
be-
In cherished memory of our
TO 8-6923
DI 1-1175
dearly beloved brother, Abra- reavement.
The Family of the Late
ham Feldstein, who passed
away Feb. 14, 1955 (22 days in
RUBE
Shevat).
Sadly missed and will
SHARFMAN
never be forgotten by his broth-
Announces the unveil-
ers, Henry, Manuel and sister,
ing of a monument in
Lea.
his memory noon Sun-
* * *
day, Feb. 17, at Clover
Formerly Karl Berg Memorials - Manuel Urbach & Son
In
memory
of the late be-
Hill Park Cemetery.
loved Rose Hershman, who pas-
13405 CAPITAL near COOLIDGE, OAK PARK
Rabbi Gorrelick will
sed away Feb, 9, 1956 (27 days
PHONE: 544-2212
officiate. Relatives and
in. Shevat). Sadly missed and
friends are asked to
always remembered by her
OPEN DAILY & SUNDAY 9 A.M. to .6 P.M.; CLOSED SATURDAY
attend.
daughter, Shirley C. Altman,
and son, Irving A. Hershman. ,

Connecticut Ponders
Change for Absentee
Votes on Holidays

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ISADORE DRICK1VIAN, 22171
Avon, Oak Park, died Feb. 9.
Survived by a son, Dr. Michael
of Woodland Hills, Calif.; two
daughters, Mrs. Morris (Dorothy)
Katz and Mrs. Robert (Ruth)
Craine; seven grandchildren and
a great grandchild.
* * *
WILLIAM ENGELBERG,
1005.1 Troy, Oak Park, died Feb.
9. Survived' by Wife, Esther; two
daughters, Mrs. Morris (Sylvia)
Wolf and Mrs. Joseph (Rosalie)
Greenberg; two brothers, a sis-
ter and four grandchildren.
*
*
FREDA ZACK, 11501 Petos-
key, died Feb. 10. Survived by
three sons, David P., Irving L.
of Akron and William; three
daughters, Mrs. Joseph Pincous
of New York, Eva B. and Sarah
D.; and seven grandchildren.

1AT REMEMBER

INT-crx ntx

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. •

Bernard Elson
Robert Herman
Singer
Benjamin Miller
Samuel H. Wainger
Abraham Balker

22

16

22
22
22
22

16
16
16
16

Nettie Kwartowitz
Schechter
23
Fanny Anna Smith 23
Chana Rachel
Applebaum
23

.17
17

Pearl Rottenberg
Isaac Henig
Devorah Goldfarb
Anna Molley

24
24
24
24

18
18
18
18

H. J. Diamond
Jennie Zack
Morris Bernstein
Joseph Benjamin
Rachel Dann
Henry Goodman
Sina Schulist

25
25
25
25
25
25
25

19
19
19
19
19
19
19

26
26
26
26
26
26

20
20
20
20
20
20

Esther Glicksman
Theodore Lipman
Golde Cooper
Selma (Sadie) Levine
Jennie. Shore
Harry Cohen

18325 W. 9 MILE RD., IN SOUTHFIELD
.300 it. West. of. Northwestern .Highway

17

Myer Rosenberg

27

21

Pearl Patent
Hyman Altman

27
27

21
21

Jack Lublin
Bessie Baker
Sharaga Feivel
Joseph
Abraham Meyers
Lifsha Oleshansky
Harry Reisman

28
28

22
22

28
28
28
28

22
22
22
22

Yeshiva Beth Yehuda
12305 Dexter
WE 1-0203

BERG AND URBACH
MONUMENTS

Ira Kaufman Chape ,

DIRECTORS OF FUNERALS

FANNIE ECKMAN, 5068 Bel-
videre, died Feb. 7. Survived by
a son, Charles; two daughters,
Sophie and Esther; a brother,
four grandchildren and nine
great grandchildren.
* * *
LOUIS GOLD, 2998 Clements,
died Feb. 5. No survivors.

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