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January 10, 1964 - Image 39

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1964-01-10

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Dr. Israel Chodos, rabbi of
Sinai Temple, Beverly Hills,
Calif., oldest Conservative cong-
regation in the southwest, died
at the age of
58, after an ill-
ness that com-
menced on
Nov. 30, 1962,
when he col-
lapsed in his
pulpit. His
right leg was
amputated and
it was believed
that he was
on the road to
Dr. Chodos recovery.
Rabbi Chodos had spoken in
Detroit several years ago for
the Women's Auxiliary of the
Jewish National Fund.
He was the author of "Count
Your Blessings." He had served
before coming to California in
Worcester, Mass., Indianapolis
and Oklahoma City.
In his youth Rabbi Chodos
was a concert pianist. In No-
vember, his son, Gabriel Cho-
dos, a concert pianist, was pre-
sented in an annual concert by
Pontiac Chapter of Hadassah.

Abraham Rosenthal
Succumbs at Age 78

Abraham G. Rosenthal, De-
troit businessman and a local
resident all his life, died Jan. 6
at age 78 in Miami Beach.
Mr. Rosenthal, of 14491
Rosemary, Oak Park, was the
last of 10 brothers and sis-
ters. Prior to his retirement
three years ago, he was owner
of Light o' Day Manufactur-
ing Co., a commercial light-
ing business, and previously
was owner of Detroit Store
Fixture Co. and then owner
of Wayne Showcase Co.
He was a member of Shaarey
Zedek S y n a go g u e, Hannah
Schloss Old Timers and Knights
of Pythias.
Mr. Rosenthal is survived by
a son, Marvin (Mike) ; t w o
daughters, Mrs. Morris (Sandra)
Weiss and Mrs. Robert Bick-
man; eight grandchildren and
two great grandchildren. He
was father of the late Irwin
and Lester Rosenthal.
Service will be held 11:30
a.m. today at Kaufman Funeral
Chapel.

Rabbi W. Plant
Dies at Age 44

Rabbi Walter H. Plaut, of
Temple Emanuel in Great Neck,
N.Y., since 1955, died last
Friday at North Shore Hospi-
tal, Long Island, after a long
illness. He was 44.
Born in Germany in 1919,
Rabbi Plaut was graduated
from Franklin and Marshall
College in Pennsylvania, was
ordained at Hebrew Union Col-
lege, Cincinnati, in 1947, and
from 1950 to 1952 was a re-
search student in Bible at the
Hebrew University in Jerusa-
lem.
Last February he became the
first Reform Rabbi to receive
a certificate from the William
Alanson White Institute of
Psychiatry, Psychoanalysis and
Psychology for completion of
courses for ministers in the
psychology of interpersonal re-
lations.
Rabbi Plaut was the founder
and first rabbi of Temple Beth-
El at Fargo, N.D. He served
with Temple Judah at Cedar
Rapids, Ia., before coming to
Temple Emanuel of Great
Neck in 1955. In 1946 he
founded Herzl Camp at Web-
ster, Wis., and served as its
director until 1953.
In June, 1961, Rabbi Plaut
joined with other clergymen in
the first Freedom Ride which
included rabbis. He journeyed
by bus from Washington to Tal-
lahassee, testing inter-state bus
facilities at every stop.
Rabbi Plaut served as chair-
man of the Jewish Community
Council of Great Neck, and was
president of the Great Neck
Association of Ministers and
Rabbis.
Rabbi Plaut is survived by
his wife, the former Hadassah
Yanich of Detroit; three sons,
Yehude, Carmi and Joshua; his
mother, Mrs. Jonas Plaut of
New York and Toronto; a
brother, Rabbi W. Gunther
Plaut of Toronto.

Miriam Berris Dead;
Long-Time Detroiter

JACOB
CHICOREL

Acknowledges with
grateful appreciation
the many kind expres-
sions of sympathy
extended by relatives
and friends during the
family's recent bereave-
ment.

The Family of
The Late

HYMAN R.
COHEN

wishes to express heart-
felt thanks to all rela-
tives and friends and
to his many associates
in the community for
their expressions of
sympathy during their
bereavement.
May the memory
of the righteous man
be a blessing to all
of us.

MARY KARASIK, 19638
Hazelhurst, Southfield, died
Jan. 4. Survived by husband,
Max; son, Norman Karr; one
brother, three sisters, three
grandchildren and one great
grandchild.
* * *
MEYER MOORE, 24551
Manistee, Oak Park, died Jan.
4. Survived by wife, Lillian;
son, Farrell; daughter, Mrs.
Robert (Deanna) Greenberg;
four brothers. five sisters and
five grandchildren.

* *

F I N K, 13370
SYLVIA
Ludlow. Huntington Wood s,
died Jan. 6 in Cleveland. Sur-
vived by husband, Harry D.;
two sons, Arnold and Harvey;
daughter, Mrs. Thelma Gins-
burg; four brothers, two sisters
and three grandchildren.
* *
ROSE KLAR, 17202 Monica,
died Jan. 8. Survived by hus-
band, Aron; sons, Irwin A., Ben
and Edward; daughter, Mrs.
Soloman (Nellie) R e d s t o n e;
three brothers in Boston, Mass.,
and nine grandchildren.

Isadore Mellin Dies;
Had Furniture Store

Retired store owner Isadore
L. Mellin, 14520 Vassar, died
Jan. 1. He was 70.
Mr. Mellin owned a furni-
ture store for 50 years before
his retirement two years ago.
Mr. Mellin was a member of
Cong. Adas Shalom, Labor Zion-
ist Institute and Zionist Organi-
zation of America. He was an
organizer of Malaver Ungagen
Ferein and the Federation of
Polish Jews.
He is survived by his sons,
Gerald and Milton; one brother
and five grandchildren.

Charles Lasky Dies;
Was on Assessor Board

Charles H. Lasky, a retired
secretary of the Detroit Board
of Assessors, died Sunday at age
72.
Mr. Lasky was a life member
of Hannah Schloss Old Timers;
Composite Lodge 499, F.&A.M.;
Detroit Consistory and Moslem
Shrine.
Mr. Lasky, of 4942 Coiling-
ham Dr., is survived by his wife,
Lucile; a brother, Bernard; and
two sisters, Mrs. Thomas Ber-
man and Mrs. H. B. Gittleman.

Miriam Berris, a long-time
Detroit resident and active
member of the orthodox Jewish
community, died Jan. 7. She
was 78.
Mrs. Berris, of 3038 Sturte-
vant, was a member of Cong.
Young Israel, Yeshivath Beth
Yehudah, Agudath Israel and
a life member of Mizrachi.
She was a Detroit resident for
over 50 years.
She is survived by two sons,
David and Morris; two daugh- Hannah Berlow Dies
ters, Mrs. Irving (Sylvia) Roz-
Hannah Berlow, 11501 Pet-
man of Brooklyn and Mrs. Abe
(Frances) Matzer; a brother, osky, died Jan. 2. She was 88.
Mrs. Berlow was a member
eight grandchildren and four
of the Temple Beth El Sister-
great grandchildren.
hood, Gemiluth Chassodim Sis-
terhood and Louis Marshall
Mae S. Klaus Dies Bnai Brith Women.
She is survived by her two
Active community member
Mae S. Klaus, 15356 James, Oak son, Walter and Henry; two
brothers and four grandchild-
Park, died Jan. 1. She was 61.
Mrs. Klaus, a resident of De- ren.
troit for 36 years, was a mem-
ber of the Cong. Shaarey Zedek Plan Memorial Service
Sisterhood, Hadassah and the
The Sephardic Community of
American Jewish Congress.
Greater Detroit will hold a
She is survived by her hus- memorial service for its late
band, Morris; sons, Allen J., Dr. president, Jacob Chicorel, 3 p.m.
David J. and Dr. Sidney; two Sunday at Oak Park High School,
brothers and two grandchildren. Coolidge and Oak Park Blvd.

.

The Family of the Late

OBITUARIES

CARD OF THANKS
The family of the Late Ruth
Goodman acknowledges with
grateful appreciation the many
kind expressions of sympathy
extended by relatives and
friends during the family's re -
cent bereavement.

DAVID MILLER, 18107
ROSE FISHMAN, 19443 St.
Francis, Livonia, died Jan. 7. Cherrylawn, died Jan. 2. Sur-
Survived by sons Abraham, vived by wife, Florence; daugh-
S'olomon, and Frederick; daugh- ters, Mrs. Albert Goodman and
ter Mrs. William (Sarah) Isen- Mrs. Alex Gingold; two broth-
berg, of Los Angeles, Calif., and ers, two sisters, five grandchil-
dren and one great grandchild.
five grandchildren.
* * *
HYMAN SIEGEL, 18452
AMY B. LEWIS, 24531
Washburn, died Jan. 7. Sur- Oneida, Oak Park, died Jan. 3.
vived by wife, Kate; daughters Survived by parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Sol (Bertha) Schaap, Mrs. Mrs. Karl J. Lewis; grandpar-
Simon (Rita) Morris of Los ents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack K.
Angeles, Calif., Mrs. Murray Lewis and Mr. Louis Gold; two
(Kate) Schwimer of Los An- brothers and one sister.
geles and Mrs. Sam (Ethel)
* * *
Terman; 10 grandchildren and
SOL BARON, 22120 Clover-
15 great-grandchildren.
lawn, Oak Park, died Jan. 3.
*
Survived by wife. Bessie;
BENJAMIN P EAR L MAN, daughter, Mrs. Samuel Handel,
3358 Glynn Court, died Jan. 7. and four grandchildren.
Survived by wife, Dora; son Dr.
* * *
Jack; daughters Mrs. Avery
IDA GUTTERMAN, 3354
(Maryn) Sandberg of Buffalo, Sturtevant, died Jan. 4. Sur-
Mrs. Jack (Lee) Heyman of vived by husband, Jacob; sons,
Central Islip, N.Y., and 12 Sam, Dr. David and Dr. Meyer;
grandchildren.
daughter, Neva; seven grand-
* k *
children and five great grand-
MABEL L. LANGER, 11537
Hamilton, died Jan. 7. Survived children.
* * *
by son Jack; daughters Mrs.
RAYMOND
FEINBER G,
Helen Neugarten and Mrs. Mel-
burn (Jeanete) Finsterwald; Miami Beach, Florida, died
one sister, five grandchildren Jan. 4. Survived by wife,
Myra, and two sisters. Inter-
and two great grandchildren.
ment Detroit.
• * *
LOUIS PLASKO, formerly of
Detroit, died Jan. 1 in Louis-
ville, Ky. He is survived by two
sons, Philip of Miami Beach
and Joe; three daughters, Mrs.
Sol (Clara) Tachman of De-
troit, Mrs. Harry (Sadye) Weiss
of South Bend and Mrs. Ralph
During the coming
(Edna) Hanish of Louisville;
week Yeshiva Beth
seven grandchildren and three
Yehuda will observe
the Yohrzeit of the
great grandchildren.
• *
following departed
friends, w i t h the
BENJAMIN KOVINSK Y,
traditional Memorial
29251 Fairfax, Southfield, died
Prayers, recitation of
Jan. 1, Survived by wife, Jewell;
Kaddish and study-
son, Sidney; daughter, Mrs.
ing of Mishnayes.
Louis Berman; four sisters and
two grandchildren.
Hebrew Civil
* * *
Teves Jan.
HYMAN COHEN, 3710 Rich-
Mrs. Babetsh
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27
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Mollie Weingarden
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Lillian Epstein
Jack (Beth) Luxemberg; one
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Rose Bloch
brother and three grandchil-
14
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Millie Greenspoon
dren.
14
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Mordechai Hoffman
* * *
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39—THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS—Friday, January 10, 1964

Rabbi Israel Chodos
Dies at Age of 58

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