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October 11, 1963 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-10-11

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YOSEF LONDON of Israel
Nathan Linden, one of De-
JACOB VARKLE, Royal Oak,
JACK A. COHEN, formerly
ESTHER LIPENHOLTZ,
troit's most prominent pioneer 11501 Petoskey, died Oct. 2. of Detroit, died Sept. 24, with died Oct. 5. He leaves three sis- died Sept. 29. The former De-
Zionists, died Sunday at the age Survived by her h u s b an d, services in Miami, Fla. Inter- ters, Mrs. Harold Raphael, Mrs. troiter leaves a wife, Aliza;
of 66 after a brief illness.
Moishe; son. Gershon; three ment, Helena, Ark. Survived by Jack L. Greenberg and Mrs. C. daughter, Mrs. Mordecai Dagan-
ite; and three grandchildren.
Funeral services were held at daughters. Mrs. Monik (Reva) wife, Mary Ellen; daughter, Mrs. Hertzel Silber.
* *
*
*
*
Robert
(Roseanne)
Gelberg;
son,
Margulies,
Mrs.
Wolf
(Men-
Kaufman Chapel Monday after-
Thomas;
two
sisters,
two
brothers
ISADOR OPPENHEIM, 22171
ucha) Kunianski and Mrs.
LOUIS BALANTZOW. Cleve-
noon.
land. Ohio, died Oct. 5. He Stratford, Oak Park, died Oct.
Mayer (Miriam) Lewin; and and five grandchildren.
* *
Surviving him are his wife,
leaves his wife, Helen; daugh- 5. He leaves his wife, Rose;
Ada; a son, Victor; three daugh- eight grandchildren.
LOUIS MASKIN, 18241 For- ter, Mrs. Merrill Stoller; one daughters, Mrs. Joseph Silver-
* * *
ters, Mrs. Harry Nelson, Mrs.
rel. , died Oct. 7. He leaves his
BELLA W I L N E R, 23050 wife, Jennie; sons, Dr. Meyer, brother; four sisters; and four man, Mrs. Abraham Raitt and
Bernard Kline and Mrs. Gerald
grandchildren. Interment, De- Mrs. S. Lawrence Aronsson; two
Kenosha,
Oak
Park,
died
Oct.
Freed; and 11 grandchildren.
Philip and George; daughter, troit.
brothers; and 12 grandchildren.
One of the first Detroiters to 1. Survived by her husband, Mrs. Ben Reder; four brothers,
* * *
* * *-
Isidor;
sons,
Joseph,
of
Wash-
join the Jewish Legion in World
two sisters and nine grand-
WILLIAM SOLOMON, 15200
DAVID
A.
LYNN, 18203 Ohio,
ington,
D.C..
and
Eli,
of
U.S.
War I, to fight under General
children.
Burton, Oak Park, died Oct. 5. died Oct. 4. He leaves his wife,
* * *
Allenby for the liberation of A.F.; daughters, Mrs. C hett
He leaves seven daughters, Mrs. Celia; sons, Bernard J. and
Palestine and the freeing of (Elsie) Brooks and Mrs. Harry
LENA MILLER, 22110 Jer- Harry Dorfman, Mrs. Irving
Howard F.; d au g h t e r, Mrs.
Jerusalem from Ottoman yoke, (Goldie) Berofsky; one brother; ome, Oak Park, died Oct. 8.
Klein, Mrs. Faye Blavin, Mrs. Robert L. Becker; one brother,
in 1917, Mr. Linden continued three sisters; n i n e grand- She leaves son, Dr. Bernard
Morton Forman, Mrs. Harry and six grandchildren.
his Zionist activities since then children; and two great grand- Miller and Col. Sidney Miller,
Eisen, Mrs. Sidney Lieberman
* *
and was a life member of the children.
M.D.; daughters, Mrs. Albertina and Mrs. Sol Stoller; 20 grand-
* * *
IDA GOLDMAN, 4011 Cle-
Zionist Organization of America.
Meises and Mrs. Arthur Stone; children and 11 great-grand-
ments, died Oct. 5. She leaves
SARAH MELTZER, 16734 two brothers, two sisters, nine
In the Jewish Legion he was
children.
sons, Gerald, Harry and Ben;
closely associated with David St. Marys, died Oct. 2. Survived grandchildren and eight great-
* * *
daughter, Lillian; five grand-
Ben-Gurion, the late President by her husband, Joseph; son, grandchildren.
JACOB PARTRITE, 11501 children; and two great-grand-
*
*
Itzhak Ben-Zvi of Israel and Robert; two brothers; and four
Petoskey, died Oct. 6. He leaves
grandchildren.
JACOB MEIROFF, 8520 Fen- son, Edward; daughters, Mrs. children.
the late Vladimir Jabotinsky.
* * *
kell, died Oct. 8. He leaves son, Harold Gilbert and Mrs. Sidney
He was an active leader in
SARAH ESTHER COHEN, Myron; daughter, Mrs. Louise Stotland; and four grandchil-
Zionist circles, was a pioneer in
Farband and the Histadrut, ac- 9441 Holmur, died Oct. 5. Sur- Ravine; two sisters and two dren.
* *
tive in Cong. Shaarey Zedek, vived by her husband, Samuel. grandchildren.
• * *
* * *
member of Mosaic Lodge No.
ELIE RIVES, 20032 Tracey,
GUSSIE ESTRIN, 2685 Oak- died Oct. 6. He leaves his wife,
530, F & A. M. and was active
PHILIP SHAPIRO, 17195
During the coming
in educational circles.
Northlawn, died Oct. 3. Sur- man Ct., died Oct. 8. Survived Pearl; sons, Leon and Marvin;
week Yeshiva Beth
Together with his wife he vived by his wife, Rose; daugh- by husband, Morris; daughters, daughters, Mrs. Benjamin Sklar
Yehuda will observe
took a deep interest in the Jew- ter, Mrs. Erwin (Miriam) Bort- Mrs. Isadore Walerstein and and Mrs. Leonard Gurwin; two
the Yahrxeit of the
ish National Fund and other man, of Utic a, Mich.; one Rose; two brothers, a sister and sisters; 12 grandchildren, and
following departed
three
grandchildren.
brother; three sisters; and two
one great-grandchild.
local causes.
friends, with the
* * *
* * *
traditional Memorial
grandchildren.
PEARL
KAHN,
20110
Les-
Prayers, recitation of
* * *
GEORGE ZETRIN, 18016
ure, died Oct. 8. Survived by
Kaddish and study-
BEN FISHMAN, 16169 Rose- son, Theodore; daughters, Mar- Washburn, died Oct. 6. He
ing of Mishnayes.
lawn, died Oct. 5. Survived by lene, Mrs. Ben Fingeroot, Mrs. leaves his wife, Frieda; daugh-
sons, Irving and Usher; daugh- William Wizner, Mrs. Lawrence ters, Mrs. Fred Green and Mrs.
ter, Harriet; two brothers; and Peisner and Mrs. S e y m our Ronald Reichek; a sister; a
Hebrew Civil
NEW YORK, (JTA) - Top three sisters.
Glassman; a brother, a sister brother and * four * grandchildren.
Tishrei Oct.
*
* * *
honors in the annual Esperanto
and 16 grandchildren.
12
24
literary competition have been
SARAH R. GOLD, 18966 North-
Sophie Herschberg
* * *
SAMUEL GEER, 13030 North-
12
24
Michael Miller
voted to a Jewish scholar, Dr. field, Oak Park, died Oct. 9.
12
24
SARAH SIEGEL, 4050 Lawr- lawn, died Oct. 9. Survived by
Chaim Yaker
12
Julius Balbin, for his translation Survived by wife, Rose; sons ence, died Sept. 29. Survived her husband, Irving; sons, Steven
24
Aaron David Levin
of Yevgeny Yevtushenko's fa- Louis and William; daughter, by her husband, Abraham; son, and Byron; mother, Mrs. Ida
13
25
Louis Dann
13
25
Nathan Sachs
Miller; three brothers; a sister
mous poetic outburst against Mrs. Nathan Silver; a sister and
Harry; daughters, Mrs. Jerry
14
26
Jacob Cohen
Russian anti-Semitism, "Babi seven grandchildren. Services 9
and a grandchild.
(Bernice) Piller and Mrs. Helen
14
* * *
Isaac Edward Sperling 26
Yar," it was announced here by a.m. Sunday at Kaufman Chapel.
14
26
Samuel Cohen
McMillan, both of Calif.; three
14
HYMAN J. BAILIES, 18090
26
the Esperanto Information Cen-
Dora Levine
sisters
and
six
grandchildren.
26 14
Anna Maxman
Ohio,
died
Oct.
8.
Survived
by
ter of New York.
14
26
Shama
Yalowitz
* * *
Ruth Rothman Dies
14
wife, Pauline; daughters, Mrs.
26
Dina Weinbaum
It was noted additionally that
14
NORBERT ROTTENBERG, Frank Reisman, Mrs. Mark Am-
26
Mrs. Ruth Kahn Rothman,
Samuel Rosenberg
the prize was voted by a literary
11501
Petoskey,
died
Oct.
1.
15
27
Oscar Katz
dursky and Mrs. David Young;
jury holding its session in Sofia, 3665 Lakecrest, Birmingham,
15
Chaya Sarah Dworkin 27
Survived by sons, William, a brother, two sisters and seven
last month. Balbin, a native of died Oct. 5. She was 59.
16
28
Israel Grossman
Arnold,
of
N.Y.C.
and
Henry,
Mrs.
Rothman,
a
graduate
of
grandchildren.
Poland and a former concentra-
17
29
Ethel Deutch
*
of
L.A.
Calif.;
one
grandchild;
17
29
Menachem Hertz
tion camp inmate, was formerly the University of Michigan who
17
29
grandchild.
Vita Levine
LEO LOEB, 13427 Pembroke,
assistant professor of French and did post-graduate work at Har- and one great
*
*
*
18
30
Sam
Rosenberg
vard
University,
was
a
mem-
died
Oct.
7.
He
leaves
a
nephew,
Russian at the United States
18
30
Ida Freedman
LILLIAN LEVER E, 3709 Sidney Weiss, and a niece, Mrs.
18
Merchant Marine Academy. He is ber of Temple Beth El, Delta
30
Freda Sachs
18
30
Hirsch Saperstein
now pursuing post-doctoral Gamma sorority, Women's City Richton, died Oct. 1. Survived Dorothy Braun.
18
30
Herman Kessler
studies in linguistics at Colum- Club and Birmingham Wom- by daughter, Jessica; t h r e e
18
30
Maurice Steingold
18
sisters, Mrs. Jack (Sally) Or-
30
Ida Bronstein
en's Village Club.
bia University.
Sid Wolfson's
Surviving are her husband, man, Mrs. Leah Kaufman, of
Yeshiva Beth Yehuda
MONUMENT CENTER, INC.
Edward E.; daughters, Mrs. Calif., and Mrs. Chester
(Dorothy) Perry, of Calif.
661 E. 8 MILE, FERNDALE
William
Brashear
of
Birming-
The Family of the Late
12305 Dexter
1 1 /2 Blocks E. of Woodward
* * *
ham and Mrs. William Truett-
6 Blks. from 3 Jewish
KATHERINE
STEINBERGER,
WE 1-0203
Cemeteries
on
Woodward
HANNAH
ner of Chevy Chase, Md.; sis-
JO 4-5557
18616 Cherrylawn, died Oct. 4.
LI 2-8266
ters,
Mrs.
Harry
Winston
and
ZWERDLING
Mrs. Martin L. Butzel; and .a Survived by sons, Joseph, Dr.
acknowledges with
brother, Dr. Edgar A. Kahn Eugene, William and George;
grateful appreciation
daughter, Mrs. Adolph (Evelyn)
of Ann Arbor.
the many kind expres-
Jacobs; 16 grandchildren; and
sions of sympathy ex-
four great grandchildren.
tended by relatives and
* * *
Serving Detroit's Jewish Community from the Sam e Location
friends during the fam-
MINNIE KRISEMAN, 15356
ily's r e cent bereave-
for 30 Years . . . "Our Experience Is Your Guarantee"
Freeland,
died
Oct.
5.
Survived
In loving memory of our be-
ment.
TOwnsend 8-6923
2744 W. Davison at Lawton
by
her
husband,
Jacob;
sons,
Rita
loved daughter and sister,
Evenings: DI 1-2276
(Between Linwood and Dexter)
Donald
and
Max;
daughter,
Slof Lenter, who passed away
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always remembered by her par- a brother; two sisters; and five
grandchildren.
ents,
Mr.
and
Mrs.
Ben
Slof,
and
The Family of the Late
brother, Marvin.

• WE REMEMBER

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Yevtushenko Poem

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in Memoriam

FREDA
(FRITZI)
PAULL

Acknowledges with
grateful appreciation
the many kind expres-
sions of sympathy ex-
tended by relatives and
friends during the
family's recent be-
reavement.

CARD OF THANKS

The family of the late Max
Olshansky acknowledges with
grateful appreciation the many
kinds expressions of sympathy
extend e d by relatives and
friends during the family's re-
cent bereavement.

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Nathan Linden,
Noted Pioneer
Zionist, Dies

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