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December 06, 1963 - Image 47

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-12-06

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OBITUARIES

to in J. N. Book Review, Dies at
Age 53; Memorialized in Book 'Able'

Friends, former classmates
and associates in the Hashomer
Hatzair movement with Abraham
Golan were saddened to learn of
his death on Oct. 22 at the age
of 53.
Golan was referred to in The
Jewish News review of "Between
Arab and Israeli," by Lt. Gen.
E. L. M. Bums (published by
Ivan Obolensky). Gen. Burns
was severely criticized for his
discourteous reference to Golan.
The review was published, with-
out the reviewer's knowledge,
after Golan's death.
Abe Golan was affectionately
called "Abie," and a Hebrew
memorial volume issued by the
Ein Hashofet settlement in Israel
in tribute to his memory is en-
titled "Abie."
He was one of the pioneers
who established Ein Hashofet
where his widow, Zippora, lives
with two daughters. Golan is sur-
vived by another daughter, who
lives in Nir Oz, a young Kibbutz
on the Ghana Strip border; a
grandson, his mother and a
brother. His brother and his
family reside in Haifa. Golan's

I In Memoriam

In memory of beloved hus-
band and father, Nathan Tobis-
man, who passed away Oct. 15,
1956. Although we are thous-
ands of miles apart, you are
always in our hearts. Sadly
missed by his wife and children,
brothers and sisters.
* * *
In loving memory of the late
Stanford Megdall, who passed
away two years ago. Sadly miss-
ed and always remembered by
his wife, children, brothers and
sisters.

The Family of the Late

ARTHUR
BENJAMIN

mother also resides in Ein
Hashofet.
The articles in the Ein Hasho-
fet volume, "Abie," are deeply
moving. In addition to biographi-
cal data, there are excerpts from
his writings, tributes by his wife,
a touching article by his brother
Zalman and a specially inter-
esting feature by his daughter
liana.
Yirmiyahu Haggai, former De-
troiter who recently returned to
Ein Hashofet after a visit here
with his mother and sister, calls
our attention, in a message from
Israel mourning Golan's death,
to two books on Ein Hashofet
that are based on a diary kept by
Abe Golan during the first year
of his settlement in Israel with
his wife.
In "Abie" appears also a trib-
ute to Golan by Prof. Harry Or-
linsky, noted American Biblical
scholar, who was Golan's class-
mate at the university in To-
ronto.
The tributes to Golan in
"Abie" show an appreciation for
his work, affection for him as a
man of high character and as a
builder of communal life in
Israel.

Mother of Governor
of Virgin Islands Dies

CHARLOTTE AMALIE, Vir-
gin Islands, (JTA) - Funeral
services were held Monday for
Mrs. Isaac Paiewonsky, 79-year-
old mother of Ralph M. Paie-
wonsky, governor of the Virgin
Islands. She died in the hospital
where she underwent major sur-
gery.
Born Rebecca Kishner in
Lithuania, she came to the
islands at the age of 20 and
was married to the late Isaac
Paiewonsky, when she was 21.
A pioneer in social welfare
work, she had been revered as
a philanthropist.

Louis H. Wexler Dies

Louis H. Wexler, co-owner of
LN Sales Co., a wholesale drug,
toy and sundries firm at 12345
Woodward, died Dec. 3. He was
55.
Mr. Wexler, 18484 Santa Bar-
bara, helped to found the firm
in 1939. He was a graduate of
the Detroit Business Institute
and a member of the Detroit
Shippers Association, Tam
O'Shanter Country Club, Bnai
Brith and the Temple Israel
Men's Club.
Surviving Mr. Wexler are his
wife, Betty; daughter, Emilye;
brother, Samuel; and sister,
Mrs. Ida Stupsker.

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

FREE TO OUR READERS !

Mollie Pritz Dies at 79

Mollie Pritz, of 18946 Cherry-
lawn, a Detroit resident for
more than half a century, died
Wednesday morning at the age
of 79, after a prolonged illness.
Funeral services were held
Thursday at the Hebrew Memo-
rial Chapel.
Surviving are two sons, Na-
than and Herman; two daugh-
ters, Mrs. Irwin (Sylvia) Buc-
halter and Mrs. Max (Goldie)
Fogelman; two brothers, Isadore
and Sam Goldberg, of Cincinnati,
Ohio; sister, Martha Mandell, of
Miami Beach, Fla.; 15 grandchil-
dren and 17 great-grandchildren.
Her husband, to whom she
was married for 59 years, died
in June of 1962.
Mrs. Pritz was a member of
several local congregational and
charitable organizations.

24-Year Hebrew-Englisb
Calendar. 32 pages. All
dates and Hebrew equiva-
lents and days of the week,
Oct. 1940 to Sept. 1964.

Important Jewish holidays
to 1970.

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Pittsburgh 30, Pennsylvania

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JOHN LINSKY, 13108 Lin-
coln, Huntington Woods, died
Nov. 30. He leaves son, Norman
B., daughter, Mrs. John A. Dion-
ca; and two grandchildren.
* * *
IDA SHIFFMAN, 11501 Pe-
toskey, died Dec. 2. She leaves
sons, Ansel Shiffman and Dr.
Bernard Seyburn; daughters,
Mrs. Harold Soble and Mrs.
Sarah Feldman; a brother, 15
grandchildren a n d 37 great
grandchildren.
* * *
MAX WINET, 19955 Sorrento,
died Nov. 30. He leaves wife,
Martha; son, Haywood; two sis-
ters and a brother. Interment,
Brooklyn, N. Y.

*

*

SAMUEL BINKOVITCH, Mon-
tevideo, Uruguay, died Nov. 21.
He leaves sisters, Mrs. Ralph
Bensman and Mrs. Joseph Kalish
of Detroit.
* * *
RACHEL ROBINS, 20267
Westbrook, died Dec. 4. Sur-
vived by son, Sidney; daughter,
Mrs. Ray Good, and four grand-
children.
* * *
ELENOR E. POPLACK, 511
Lake Park, Birmingham, died
Dec. 4. Survived by husband,
William J.; son Robert; daugh-
ters, Lauren and Janice; par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Wolf;
brother, Marvin.
*
FRED BANKLE, 17184
Cherrylawn, died Dec. 4. Sur-
vived by wife, Sonie; daughter,
Mrs. Eugene Slobin; three bro-
thers, two sisters and two grand-

children.

* * *
ANNE DORCHEN, 19965
Foyer, died Dec. 1. Survived by
sons Alex and William; daugh-
ter, Mrs. Sidney (Ida) Woodrow;
six grandchildren and three
great grandchildren.
*
JOSEPH WELNSTEIN, 3661
W. Outer Dr., died Dec. 3. Sur-
vived by wife Bessie; son, Wil-
liam; daughter, Mrs. Jack ,Ele-
nor) Peitz; one sister and four
grandchildren.
* * *
IVIILKA (LYONS) MOSKOW-
ITZ, 3224 Blaine, died Dec. 3.
Survived by sons, Samuel and
Ephriam Lyons; four grand-
children and five greatgrand-
children.
* * *
RACHEL SHERMAN, 16838
Pinehurst, died Dec. 4. Survived
by sons, Irwin and Louis; daugh-
ters, Mrs. Ida Rothenstein, Mrs.
Harry Stoffer, Mrs. Ikey Mer-
kow; nine grandchildren and
seven great grandchildren. Shiva
at the home of Irwin Sherman,
17592 Roselawn.

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The world's first traffic light
for the blind has been installed
in the Israeli town of Gedera,
near the Malben village for the
blind. After a blind person
operates a special switch, the
signal halts traffic and a bell
rings to tell the blind person he
can cross safely.

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FELIX TAUSSIG, 17178 Van
Buren, died Dec. 4. He leaves
his wife, Olga.

*

WE REMEMBER

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

Hebrew Civil
Kislev Dec.

Harold H. Cohen

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4

Norman Chason
Anna Caplan
Anna Duchan
Harvey Simon
E. S. Wolfson
Ben Bragman

21
21
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21
21
21

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7
7
7
7
7

Anna Borin
Harry S. Clayman
Miriam Papelansky
Fannie Goldberg

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22

8
8
8
8

David Morris
Samuel Scheinfeld
Sophie Gladstone
Gertrude Grunt
Benjamin Mason
Rose Levy
Michael Katz
Jacob Citrine
Marcus Ginsberg
Max Radin

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9

H. German
Louis Klein
Ida Kabaker
Isadore Freedman
Mrs. G. Weisswasser
Mania Katzman
Esther Lachover
Fleischman
Raizel Bas Avrohom
Louis Stollman

24
24
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Joseph Berger
Lt. Arthur J. Osborne
Esther Schlussel
Charles Sperling
Carl Strauss

10

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10

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Atta Matz
26
Gustave Pines
26
Hattie Buch
26
Benjamin Oppenheim 26
Joseph Yashenovsky 26

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Malka Wolsin
Chana Yetta Brose

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MAX MANIKER, 23040 Park-
lawn, Oak Park, died Nov. 30.
Survived by wife, Sarah; son,
Aaron; daughters, Mrs. Sam
(Esther) Wolfson, Mrs. Saul
(Irene) Brenner, Mrs. David
(Ethel) Silberg and Mrs. Harry
(Mary) Ehrlich; 17 grandchil-
dren and three great grandchil-
dren.
* * *
BENJAMIN HESSLER, 885
Covington, died Nov. 28. He
leaves son, Arthur; two broth-
ers and two grandchildren.

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DIRECTORS OF FUNERALS

HYMAN TENENBAUM, 2986
Richton, died Nov. 30. Survived
by niece, Mrs. David (Fannie)
Cohen, and nephews, Irving,
Samuel and Jack Ellstein.
* * *
PAULINE KANAREK, 3710
Richton, died Nov. 28. Survived
by sons, Sam Kanar, Max and
Louis Kanarek; a brother; five
grandchildren, and three great
grandchildren.
* * *
SARAH VAN BAALEN
BURNSTINE, 3613 W. Outer
Dr., died Nov. 27. She leaves
husband, Dr. Julius Y.; daugh-
ters, Mrs. Lois Levenson, Mrs.
Frances Remez and Mrs. Jerry
Herman; two sisters, seven
grandchildren and a great
grandchild.
* * *
RENE LEDERMAN, 20210
Schaefer, died Nov. 27. She
leaves son, Sheldon; daughters,
Mrs. Murray Moss and Mrs.
Kenneth Singer; and five grand-
children.
* * *
FREDA WEINGARD, 3205
W. Outer Dr., died Nov. 27. She
leaves husband, Morris; daugh-
ter, Mrs. Mary Samuels; five
grandchildren and four great
grandchildren.
* * *
HARRY D. LEVINSON, 6519
London ,died Nov. 28. He leaves
wife, Ceil; sons, Irving and
Robert; brother, a sister and a
granddaughter.
* * *
JACK W. KAUFMAN, 19470
Ardmore, died Nov. 29. He
leaves wife, Esther; son, Mor-
rey; daughter, Mrs. Joseph
Weinman; and two grandchil-
dren.
* * *
MAX NATHAN, died Nov. 29.
He leaves sons, Aaron and Hy-
man; daughter, Mrs. David
Segal; and six grandchildren.
* * *
JACOB FRANK, 14400 W. 10
Mile, Oak Park, died Nov. 29.
He leaves wife, Bertha; sons,
Dr. Morris and Benny; daugh-
ter, Mrs. Arthur Y. Winer; a
brother, two sisters and four
grandchildren.
* * *
MORRIS WEISBERG, Paul Re-
vere Hotel, died Dec. 3. Sur-
vived by wife, Esther; two bro-
thers and two sisters.

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47—THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS—Friday, Decemb er 8, 1963

Abe Golan, Israel Pioneer Referred

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