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The Detroit Jewish News, 1964-01-24

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OBITUARIES

BESSIE BERTIN, Bingham-
EVA TOBIN, 18435 St. Mary's,
ton, N.Y., died Jan. 18. Survived
died. Jan. 16'.
by husband, Max; three sons,
* *
Sidney of Detroit, Leroy of San
JOSEPH WINOKUR, 19319 Francisco and Robert of Phila-
San Juan, died Jan. 15. Survived delphia; a daughte r, Elaine
by wife, Rose; two sons, Murray Lewis of Binghamton; nine
W. and Martin of Phoenix, Ariz.; grandchildren and one great-
one brother and five grandchil- grandchild.
dren.
*
*
LEAH BROD, 18983 Cherry-
HARRY WEINGARTEN, lawn, died Jan. 22. Survived by
19450 Pennington, died Jan. 16. husband, Harry; two daughters,
Survived by wife, Dora; a son, Mrs. Samuel J. (Gertrude) Levin
David; a • daughter, Mrs. Max and Mrs. Milton (Babe) Mahler;
(Sarah) Galanter; one sister and four grandchildren and five
three grandchildren.
great-grandchildren.
* *
*
* *

SAM (ISRAEL) HAUPTMAN,
3765 Lawrence, died Jan. 17.
Survived by wife, Sarah; four
sons, Edward, Harry of Scars-
dale, N.Y., Murray and Charles;
a daughter, Belle Hauptman of
Los Angeles, Calif.; one broth-
er, 10 grandchildren and one
great-grandchild.

ANNA SIGEL, 11501 Petos-
key, died Jan. 18. Survived by
two sons, Ben an& Meyer; two
daughters, Mrs. Joseph (Lena)
Kingston and Mrs. Morris
(Belle) Weiner; one brother;
one sister; five grandchildren
and 2 great-grandchildren.

The Family of the Late

SAMUEL
SHEPHERD

of Windsor, Ont.
Wishes to thank their
many friends for their
kind expression of sym-
pathy and tributes.

The Family of the Late

ANNA
RACHOWSKY

Acknowledges with
grateful appreciation
the many kind expres-
sions of sympathy ex-
tended by relatives and
friends during their re-
cent bereavement.

The Sons of the Late

ISADORE L.
MELLIN

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

ANNA LEVITT, 16225 Santa
Rosa, died Jan. 22. Survived by
a son, Nathan; a daughter, Mrs.
Adolph (Ruth) Gottfurcht; two
sisters and six grandchildren.

*

It

SAMUEL SHEPHERD, Wind-
sor Ont., died Jan. 15 in Detroit.
Survived by wife, Rachel; three
sons, Reuben of London, Ont.,
Maurice and Ben; five daugh-
ters, Mrs. Morris (Annie) Storm
of Aylmer, Ont., Mrs. Isadore
(Esther) Preston, Mrs. Joseph
(Ida) Schlafman, Mrs. Louis
(Bessie) Shore and Mrs. Robert
Shirley) Coleman, all of Wind-
sor; one sister, one brother, 12
grandchildren and seven great-
grandchildren.
* * *
DOROTHY JASSIN, 20229
Prevost, died Jan. 22. Survived
by husband, Albert; a daughter,
Mrs. Martin (Resha) Maslowe;
mother, Mrs. Sadie Alpert; one
brother and two sisters.

YETTA GROSSMAN, 2710 W.
Chicago, died Jan. 20. Survived
by two sons, Dr. Sol . and Dr.
Carl of Los Angeles; two daugh-
ters, Mrs. Moses (Alice) Cooper-
stock and Rose; and seven
grandchildren.

ROCHEL CHECHIK, Buenos
Aires, Argentina, died Jan. 5.
Survived by husband, Isaac;
three daughters, one son and
grandchildren in Argentina;
and a brother, Alfred Fox of
Oak Park.
* * *
SAMUEL M. REICHSTEIN,
2456 Atkinson, .died Jan. 22. Sur-
vived by wife, Yetta; three sons,
Gary, Marshal H. and Dr. Joseph
Rich; four. daughters, Mrs. Louis
(Dr. Belleen) Shiovitz, Mrs.
Louis (Dr. Vivian) Beresh, Mrs.
Henry (Dr. Esther) Crystal, and
Mrs. David (Edith) Abramson,
of Canton, Ohio; and 17 grand-
children.

Jacob F. Schulman,
Attorney, Succumbs

TEL AVIV (JTA)—Hundreds
of Israel's leaders attended fu-
neral services for Aharon Zis-
ling, one of the state's founding
fathers, who died Jan. 16 at his
kibbutz, Ein Harod. He was 63.
Head of the Jewish Agency
absorption department and
member of the agency execu-
tive, he was Israel's first
minister of agriculture in the
provisional government, 1948-

Mrs.

Ginsburgh Dies;
UHS Principal's Wife

Bernice Ginsburgh, wife of
Sylvan Ginsburgh, principal of
the high school department,
United Hebrew Schools, died
Tuesday. She was 47.
Mrs. Ginsburgh, 18001 Hart-
well, was delivering a report
before t h e Ahavas Achim
Sisterhood Study Group, of
which she was chairman, when
se was stricken Monday night.
Born in St. Louis, Mrs. Gins-
burgh was graduated Phi Beta
Kappa from Washington Univer-
sity, with a major in chemistry.
She was active in the UHS Worn-
en's Auxiliary and Schaefer
Group of Hadassah, in addition
to the synagogue sisterhood and
its choral group.
Besides her husband, Mrs.
Ginsburgh is survived by a son,
Robert; her mother, Mrs. Ruth
Dunie of St. Louis; and a sister,
Mrs. Morris (Annette) Wortman
of St. Louis. Interment, St.
Louis.

49, and a member of the first
and second Knessets.
Mr. Zisling was one of the
37 signers of the Israel Proc-
lamation of Independence in
1948.
Born in Baranovici, Russia, he
settled in Palestine in 1914 and
joined EM Harod in 1923. He
continued to work weekends
there as a waiter even while
he was a member of Premier
Ben Gurion's cabinet.
He quit politics after his
pro-Soviet party Mapam split
four ways as a reaction to
Stalinist anti-Jewish activi-
ties. He declined to identify
any of the splinters and with-
drew to his kibbutz.
Six years later he returned as
head of the immigrant and ab-
sorption department and rep-
resented Achdut Haavodah, a
Mapam splinter that is cooler to
the Soviet Union but advocates
Israeli neutralism.

WE REIVABER
71- :TX 7117N

Attorney Jacob F. Schulman,
During the coming
59, died Saturday. He lived at
week Yeshiva Beth
Yehuda will observe
18283 Woodingham.
the Yahrzeit of the
A Detroit lawyer 40 years,
following departed
Mr. Schulman was a member of
friends, with the
the Michigan and Wayne Coun-
traditional Memorial
ty bar associations, specializing
Prayers, recitation of
in probate law. A graduate of
Kaddish and study-
the University of Detroit and
ing of Mishnayes.
the Detroit College of Law, he
Hebrew Civil
was first president of Wager Jewish Labor Leader
Shevat Jan.
Lodge, Bnai Brith.
of Prewar Poland Dies
26
12
Ida Brandt
He is survived by his wife,
NEW YORK, (JTA) — Her-
26
12
Esther Golde Karbal
Adele; a daughter, Mrs. Ruben schel Himmelfarb, a Jewish
26
12
Mr. M. Tiktin
26
12
Esther
Hechtman
Wasserman; a sister Mrs. Anne trade union leader in prewar
26
12
Harry Lupiloff
26
12
HERMAN RAPPOPORT, for- Weinberg, and three grandsons. Poland and a leader of the
Feigel Rubinoff
26
12
Miriam Sidder
Jewish Labor Committee in
mer Detroiter, of Baltimore, Md.,
26
12
Bertha Terebelo
New York, died here Jan. 20
died Jan. 15. Survived by two Samuel Hack Dead;
Louis Wolf
26
12
Zuckerbaum
daughters, Mrs. Daniel (Evelyn)
at the age of 75.
26
12
Fannie Turkel
Goodman of Huntington Woods Owned Hack Sales Co.
General secretary of the
27
13
Nathan Harris
and Mrs. Marvin (Shirley) Drube
Samuel B. Hack, co-owner of Tailors Union of Warsaw, the
27
13
Goldie Solomon
of Toledo, Ohio; his father, two Hack Sales Sales Co. until his Polish-born leader joined the
27
13
Oscar Lefkcfsky
27
13
Samuel Saltsman
brothers, one sister and six retirement a year ago, died Jewish Labor Bund in his
grandchildren. Interment Cincin- Saturday. He was 89.
28
14
youth.. Arrested several times
S. Karbal
28
14
Harry Schneider
nati.
Mr. Hack, 2678 Pasadena, for anti-Czarist activity, he
28
14
Fannie Faber
* *
28
14
Bessie Gruber
lived M. Detroit 65 years. He fled to London in 1907 and
14
28
Louis Kartun
RACHEL ROCHKIND, 13241 was a member of Pisgah Lodge, went of Russia When the 1917
Chicago, died Jan. 16. Survived Bnai Brith, and the Mezritcher revolution took place.
29
15
Molly Plotkin
29
15
Helen Silverston
by a son, Jack Mille r; four Organization.
In 1918 he returned to Poland
29
15
Debora Scholnick
daughters, Mrs. Aaron (Bea)
29
15
Rachel
Fishman
He leaves a son, Leo; four where he was elected to the
29
15
Noah E. Keys
Asher, Mrs. William (Jean) Du- daughters, Mrs. Samuel (Mollie) Warsaw Kehilla. In 1938, when
29
15
Elijah Oppen
brinsky, Mrs. William (Anne) Bank, Mrs. Edward (Dorothy) the bund elected 16 of 20 Jew-
30
16
Joseph Louis Bale
McDonough and Mrs. Irving Camp, Mrs. Aaron Gertrude) ish members of the Warsaw
30
16
Jack Feldman
30
(Sally) Levine, and four grand- Gurwin and Mrs. Edward (Ruth) City Council, he was one of
16
Moshe Goldfarb
30
16
Samuel Slafkin
children.
Weiss; seven grandchildren and them.
30
16
Gussie Solomon
* * *
30
16
Sam Zingeser
eight great-grandchildren.
He fled to Vilna when Hitler
SADYE MEISNER, 757 Cov-
invaded Poland, leaving behind
31
17
Allan A. Burns
31
17
ington, died Jan. 16. Survived by
Mina Wolman
his first wife and two children,
husband, Harry; a son, Gordon Chione Dies; Conducted he was released later and came
Feb.
1
18
Joseph Goldberg
R.; a brother, Irving Freedman; `Dybbuk' Premiere Here to the United States in 1950
1
18
Morris Sherman
a sister, Mrs. Isadore (Dorothy)
1
18
ROME—Franco Ghione, con- with the aid of the Jewish
Israel Glicklin
1
18
Herbert B. Bunin
Feldman, and three grandsons. ductor of the Detroit Symphony Labor Committee.
1
18
Celia Lafer
* * *
1
18
Morris Goldberg
Orchestra from 1937 to 1940,
1
18
Fannie Smith
HENRY WEISLING, 1215 E. died Sunday at age 74.
1
18
Frank Sears
Jefferson, died Jan. 18. Survived
1
18
Arthur E. Plotnick
Ghione, internationally known ISid Wolfson's
1
18
Samuel Sherman
by a son, Morton; a daughter, orchestra director and conduc-
MONUMENT CENTER, INC.
Mrs. Yale (Margie) Upfall, and tor, first came to Detroit in 1936
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* *
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folk, died Jan. 19. Survived by Opera.
husband, Jay I.; two sons, Dr.
Baird D. and Ernest L.; a sis-
Sidney A. Deitch
Joseph Schildkraut Dies
ter, Mrs. Harry (Charlotte)
Joseph
Schildkraut,
famous
Levin, and four grandchildren.
*
actor, who gained fame on
Serving Detroit's Jewish Community from the Same Location
SELINA DAVIDSON, 16197 Broadway and prior to that ap-
for 30 Years . . . "Our Experience Is Your Guarantee"
peared
on
the
Yiddish
stage
Lawton, died Jan. 19. Survived
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Tuesday
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of
67.
er and Mrs. Harold (Iris) Smith;
a sister, Mrs. William (Amy)
Mapes., and five grandchildren.

DETROIT MONUMENT WORKS

The Family of the Late

MIRIAM BERRIS

Acknowledges with
grateful appreciation
the many kind expres-
sions of sympathy ex-
tended by relatives and
friends during the fam-
ily's recent bereave-
ment.

* *

NINA KAMAN, 3010 W. Chi-
cago, • died Jan. 22. Survived by
husband, Leon; a daughter, Mrs.
Helene LaBan; and one grand-
child.

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31 -THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS—Friday, January 24, 1964

Aharon Zisling, Leader in Israel,
Dies on Kibbutz; Was on Cabinet

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