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July 19, 1963 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-07-19

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W. Outer Dr., for 60 years a
resident of Detroit, died after
a long illness
last Saturday,
at the age of
72.
Funeral ser-
vices were
held Tuesday
at Kaufman
Chapel.
Survivin
her are her
husband, t h e
prominent ho-
tel owner and
congregational Mrs. Keywell
leader Henry Keywell; son, Jer-
ome; daughters, Mrs. Kopel
(Estelle) Kahn, Mrs. J. Philip
(Ethel) Levant and Mrs. Paul
(Joyce) Pensler; 10 grandchil-
dren and a brother, Jacob
Benenson.
Mrs. Keywell was active in
Hadassah, Jewish Home for the
Aged, Adas Shalom Sisterhood,
Home Relief Society and Na-
tional Council of Jewish Wo-
men.

Leader of Brussels
Jewry, Gross Dies

BRUSSELS (JTA) - Louis
Gross, a member of the Jewish
Consistory of Belgium, and presi-
dent of the Brussels Jewish Com-
munity, died here July 15 at the
age of 78.

In Bahia Felix, Chile, rain
falls an average of 325 days a
year, but Iquique, Chile, once
went 14 years without rain.

In Loving Memory of

JENNIE
NEWBERGER

.

Dear wife and mother,
who left us on July 20,
1956. Sadly missed and
lovingly remembered
by her husband, Nath-
an; and daughters,
Marjorie and Mrs. Ab-
ner C. Rosenzweig.

Mrs. Joseph Chess,
sons and Mrs. George
(Esther) Kaplan and
Hyman Greenberg
Family of the Late

JOSEPH CHESS

Acknowledge with
grateful apprecia-
tion the many kind ex-
pressions of sympathy
extended by relatives
and friends during the
family's recent bereave-
ment.

The Family of the
Late

, JULIUS
ECKHOUSE

announces the un-
veiling of a monu-
ment in his memory
11:30 a.m. Sunday,
July 28, at Chesed
shel Emes Ceme-
tery. Cantor Ber-
manis will officiate.
Relatives and
friends are asked to
attend.

WASHINGTON (JTA) - Abe
S. Kay, a leading philanthropist,
who was active locally and na-
tionally in the United Jewish
Appeal, and in other Jewish
causes, died here July 10 of a
heart attack. He was 64.
A major land
developer and
builder in
Maryland and
the District of
Columbia area,
he was devoted
to Zionism and
served as hon-
orary chai r-
m a n of the
Washing ton
Committee for
Israel bonds
and as general
chairman of
the United
Jewish Appeal
of Greater
Washington.
He was chair-
Kay
man of the group which fur-
nished the funds for the pur-
chase of the historic refugee
ship, Exodus.. He aided in the
expansion and modernization of
the Israel Embassy building in
Washington. He served as presi-
dent of the Abe S. Kay Founda-
tion, Inc., a convalescent and
rehabilitation center at Nahariya
for Israeli military veterans.
In 1956, Kay was honored by
the Washington Jewish commun-
ity as "Man of the Year." High
tribute was paid to him by Israel
Premier-Ben-Gurion and Ambas-
sador Abba Eban. He was active
in the support of the Weizmann
Institute, Hebrew University,
Technion, and numerous other
causes. Kay's most recent activ-
ity involved the founding of the
first interfaith chapel at Ameri-
can University in the District of
Columbia.

Roy Y. Chatlin Dies

Roy Y. Chatlin, owner and
founder of the Wolverine Store
Fixture Co., 2540 Grand River,
died July 15. He was 59.
Mr. Chatlin, 24080 Condon,
Oak Park, was a member of
Perfection L o d g e, F.&A.M.;
Louis Marshall Lodge of Bnai
Brith and the Hanna Schloss
Oldtimers. Surviving are his
wife, Matilda; sons, David and
Sheldon; daughter, Mrs.
Mitchell Droz; brothers, Dr.
Harold and Joseph; sisters, Mrs.
Ruth Lieberman and Mrs. Ar-
chie Cherrin; and four grand-
children.

The Family of the Late

MICHAEL
TAIC H

.

announces the unveil-
ing of a monument in
his memory 11:30 a.m.
Sunday, July 21, at
Chesed shel Emes Cem-
etery. Rabbi Goldman
will officiate. Relatives
and friends are asked
to attend.

Father of Governor
of Virgin Islands,
Paiewonsky Dies

OBITUARIES

ABE HIMELSON, 3709 59th
St., Los Angeles, Calif. (formerly
of Detroit), leaves his wife,
Hilda; son, Leon; daughter, Mrs.
Edward (Edith) Reisenfeld; four
sisters, including Mrs. Morris
(Rose) Ladner of Detroit; and
five grandchildren.
* * *
BELLA P. KATZMAN, 21621
Cloverlawn, Oak Park, died July
12. She leaves her husband,
Manuel; daughters, Donna and
Ellen; her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Morris P r i n c e, and a
brother.
* * *
NATHAN KLEIN, 2305 Park,
died July 12. He leaves broth-
ers, Joseph, Julius and Meyer;
sisters, Mrs. Ed Bernstein and
Mrs. Faye Levine.
* * *
MARTHA ROBINSON, 1813
N. E. 19th St., Ft. Lauderdale,
Fla., died July 13. Survived by
husband, Theodore; mother, Mrs.
Sarah • Barnett; a brother and
four sisters.

1

* * *

FRANK KILBERG, 17 2 0 4
Birwood, died July 13. He
leaves wife, Pauline; son, Gab-
riel; daughters, Mrs. Harry
Harelik and Mrs. Irving Pasick;
three sisters and eight grand-
children.
* * *
ABRAHAM SELESKO, 20488
Cheyenne, died July 13. He
leaves wife, Beatrice; son, Jos-
eph; daughters, Mrs. Lawrence
Goldblatt and Mrs. Louis Ru-
ben; a brother, two sisters and
eight grandchildren.
* * *
FANNIE BRODY, 11501 Pe-
toskey, died July 17. She leaves
nephew, Harry _ Welt; and
nieces, Mrs. George Haar and
Mrs. Laura Hoffer.
* * *
BENJAMIN WACHNANSY,
9254 Allen, Allen Park, died
July 16. He leaves wife, Belle;
son, Chester; daughter, Mrs.
Stuart Allen; a brother, three
sisters and six grandchildren.
* * *
LILLIAN HELLER, 4259 Cle-
ments, died July 11. Survived
by husband, Mandel; son, Leo
Raminick; daughter, Mrs. Gerald
Herwitz; mother, Mrs. Becky
Goldberg; three brothers, a sis-
ter and six grandchildren.

Yiddish Anthologist,
Poet Max Bassin Dies

NEW YORK, (JTA) - Max
Bassin, prominent Yiddish poet
and anthologist, died July 10
at the age of 74. His poems and
essays were published in this
country and abroad.
Born in Russia, he came to
New York City in 1908. Among
the anthologies which he edited
were "Five Hundred Years of
Yiddish Poetry," the first vol-
ume of which appeared in 1917,
and the second in 1922, and
"American Yiddish P o e t r y,"
published in 1940. He had re-
cently completed a five volume
anthology, "A Treasury . of Yid-
dish Literature, which has not
yet been published.

SARAH SCHWARTZBERG,
3212 Calvert, died July 10. Sur-
vived by husband, Harry; three
sons, Samuel, George and Dr.
Joseph; a daughter, Mrs. Richard
(Libby) Hoberman of Omaha,
Neb.; and 10 grandchildren.
* * *
ETHEL WALDMAN, 14866
Wildemere, died July 10. Sur-
vived by son, Eugene; three
daughters, Mrs. Patrick R. (Eve-
lyn) Alanson of Ukiah, Calif.,
Mrs. Lawrence (Rita) Portman
of New Rochelle, N.Y. and Irene
Waldman and six grandchildren.
* *
NATHAN WONBOY, 11501
Petoskey, died July 14. Survived
by son, Louis; daughter, Mrs.
Benjamin (Molly) Zelckman, and
six grandchildren.
* * *
BERNARD 0 S 0 F F, 17603
Strathmoor, died July 13. Sur-
vived by wife, Esther; son, Neil;
two daughters, Lydia Ruth and
Sheila; a brother and two sis-
ters.
* * *
BENJAMIN YATES, 19183
Meyers, died July 13. -He leaves
wife, Katherine; his mother,
Mrs. Gizelle Yates; and brother,
.Daniel.
* * *
PAUL LeBOST, 3615 Ken-
sington, Royal Oak, died July
12. Survived by wife, Irene;
daughters, Gwen LeBost Shook
of Oak Park, Mrs. Martin
(Constance) Levine, Mrs. Ar-
nold (Virginia) Kuhn of Chi-
cago, Paulette and Sandra;
two brothers and five grand-
sons.
* * *
ROY KAPLAN, 8654 Hendrie,
Huntington Wds., died July 17.
Survived by wife Lillian; daugh-
ters Gertrude and Ruth, a
brother and two sisters.

ST. THOMAS, V.I. (JTA) -
Isaac Paiewonsky, one of the
most prominent merchants in
the Virgin Islands, and father
of Governor Ralph Paiewonsky,
died here July 13, aged 78. Gov .
Paiewonsky is the first St.
Thomas-born chief executive.
The elder Paiewonsky, known
affectionately to many here as
"Papa Paie," came to St.
Thomas from Lithuania at the
age of 13. Among the many
enterprises which he developed
and owned was a shipping ser-
vice, which he used during
World War II to supply the
islands with drugs and other
essentials. In 1945, the legisla-
ture here voted a formal reso-
lution of gratitude for this ser-
vice to "Papa Paie."

The camel went to demand
horns and he had his ears cut
off.-Sanhedrin 106.

WE REMEMBER
71-1:TN7 71 17N

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
Tamuz July

Abramowitz, Noted
Artist, Dies at 84

Frieda Chesluk
Samuel Yoffee
Morton Gottlieb
Esther Broder
Gussie Kushner
Abe Chausky
Goldie (Shafer)
Waxman

28
28
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28
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28

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20

Isaac Schmaltz •
Aaron Golub
Meyer Fleishman
Aby Lantor
Ida Yawer
Jacob Solomon
Manuel Brown

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29
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29
29
29

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21
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AV

EAST MEADOW, L.I. (JTA)
-Albert Abramowitz, an artist,
12of whose paintings were re-
cently accepted for display by
the Museum of Ein Ha rod,
_
Israel, died here July 13. He
was N. Born in Riga, Abramo-
witz studied at the Russian Im-
perial Academy at Odessa and
came to the United States in
1916. A number of his wood-
ruts are on display in the
British Museum.

Sid Wolfson
MONUMENT CENTER, INC.

Noah Meir Chesluk

1

22

Jacob Landgarten
Hyman Kaplan
Hilda Golaner
Chayim Schulist
Alex Milan
Morris Lipcon
Yaakov Ben Mayer
Hakohen
Bluma Freed
Rebecca Miller

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2
2
2
2
2

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Yechiel Ephraim
Erster
Louis Sugar

3 24
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Sonia Mendenberg
Samuel M. Shorr
Joseph Stein
David Levitz

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4
4
4

Lena Miriam
Lieberman

5

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The Family of the Late

PAULINE H.
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AND

announces the unveil-
ing of a monument in
her memory 11 a.m.
Sunday, July 28, at
Clover Hill Park Ceme-
tery. Cantor Klein will
officiate. Relatives and
friends are asked to at-
tend.

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31 -- THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS -- Friday, July 19, 1963

Mrs. Keywell, 60-Year Kay, Philanthropist
Resident Here, Dies, 72 Who Helped Finance
Mrs. Rose Keywell, of 2955 `Exodus' Ship, Dies



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