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March 20, 1964 - Image 39

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1964-03-20

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Jacob Albert, for 42 years
chief of the promotion depart-
ment of the Detroit News, died
Wednesday in St. J o s e p h's
Mercy Hospital, Ann Arbor, at
the age of 69. He became ill
two weeks ago after his mar-
riage to Heln Ostrander Lebret.
His first wife died in 1958. He
also is survived by his son, John
J., a WWJ-TV sales representa-
tive; a grandchild; a brother
Gerrish, with whom the de-
ceased operated the G. W. Ger-
rish Advertising Agency at the
time of his death; and two sis-
ters, Mrs. Everett 0. Neilsen
and Milton S. Tarr.
Born in Vilna, Russia, June 2,
1894, Mr. Albert was brought to
this country at the age of 7. He
was a Harvard graduate. In
Gloucester, Mass., where his
family settled, he organized and
published a school newspaper.
He rose high in the News,
having been named executive
assistant in the newspaper's ad-
ministration.
During World War I he was
a Dollar-a-Year-Man in the De-
partment of Labor.
He was active for a number
of years on public relations
commitee of Allied Jewish Cam-
paigns and in efforts to combat
anti-Semitism.

CARD OF THANKS
The family of the late Charles
Klein acknowledges with grate-
ful appreciation the many kind
expressions of sympathy extend-
ed by relatives and friends dur-
ing the family's recent be-
reavement.

In Memoriam

In loving memory of Jack
Anstandig, our dearly beloved
husband, father and grand-
father, who passed away one
year ago, March 24, 1963 (29
days in Adar).
Sadly missed by his wife
Gussie, children Leo, Max, Lil-
lian and Janet, nine grandchil-
dren and two great-grand-
children.

In

Loving Memory of
Mother and Wife

LILLIAN STERN

Who passed away 10
days in Nisan. Sadly
missed by and always
remembered by h e r
husband, Irving Stern;
and daughters, Estelle,
Gail and Sandra; and
brothers and sisters.

In Memory of Our
Dear Beloved Mother

MRS. BERTHA
FISCHER

Who passed away a
year ago, March 21,
1963.
May the Almighty
God hear our prayers,
and let her rest and be
peaceful in the hea-
vens. We, her children
and grandchildren and
great-grandchildren, let
us have enough cour-
age and love as she
taught us and sacri-
ficed for us. Oh hear
our prayer, oh Lord.
Amen.

Leading Yiddish Actor
Abraham Morewski
Dies at 78 in Warsaw

LONDON (JTA) - Many
thousands of Jews and Poles
attended funeral services in
Warsaw for the late Abraham
Morewski, considered the fore-
most Yiddish actor in Poland
and Russia, who died at the age
of 78, according to dispatches
received here from the Polish
capital.
Morewski practically dominat-
ed the Yiddish stage in Russia
and Poland for about 60 years,
spanning the period from Czar-
ist days to the present. As far
back as 1910, he performed in
a play witnessed by the then-
Czar Nicholas II - a rare
achievement for a Jewish actor.

He was one of the most bril-
liant members of the prewar
Yiddish Folk Theater in Vilna.
He also played one year in the
Yiddish Art Theater in New
York, of which the late Maurice
Schwartz was the director.

Newspaper Electrician,
Wilfred Cohen, Dies

Wilfred W. Cohen, a Detroit
Free Pr es s electrician for 17
years prior to his retirement last
year, died Monday at age 73.
Mr. Cohen, 15803 Lesure, was
a native of Beaver Falls, Pa. He
was a life member of Detroit
Electrical Craftsmen; f or m e r
president of the Newspaper
Square Club; life member of
Grayling Lodge, F. & A.M.; and
member of the Detroit Consist-
ory and Moslem Shrine.
Mr. Cohen leaves his wife
Harriet; three nieces and two
nephews. Interment Lansing.

`I-laskara' in Memory
of Gabriel Eisman Set

OBITUARIES

More Obituaries, Page 31

MAX BEIN, Columbia Hotel,
died March 13. No known sur-
vivors.
:Sc *
IRVING A. SLIPSON, 18257
Kentucky, died March 6. Sur-
vived by wife, Sarah; two sons,
James and Leonard; two daugh-
ters, Jill and Kay; and two sis-
ters.

IGNATZ WEISS, 19329 Schae-
fer, died March 15. Survived by
wife, Gabriella; a son, Abraham;
and a daughter, Esther.

*

*

IDA SOVEL, died March 16.
She leaves two daughters, Mrs.
John J. (Selma) Hallman and
Mrs. Leon Meyers; four sons,
Ralph W., 0. Leonard, Charles
S. and Lewis R.; one brother,
12 grandchildren and 15 great-
grandchildren.
*
BELLA SPACTOR, 14451
Ludlow, Huntington Woods,
died March 15. She leaves two
daughters, Mrs. George
(Roberta) Carr and Mrs. Leslie
(Rose) Sugarman; two sisters
and four grandchildren.
:3: :Sc
BESSIE SERLIN, 18903
Prairie, died March 14. She
leaves two daughters, Mrs.
Louis A. (Gertrude) Glieber-
man and Mrs. Manuel (Lucille)
Warren; a brother, Louis Wine;
two sisters, Mrs. Albert Rabin
and Mrs. Aaron Pregerson; and
five grandchildren.
*
ARTHUR H. ROSENTHAL,
20533 Faust, died March 16.
Survived by wife, Hilda; and
two daughters, Mrs. Sol (Fran-
cis) Penskar and Mrs. Richard
(Marion) Cohen and six grand-
children.

A "Haskara" service, conclud-
ing the 30 days of mourning, in
memory of Gabriel Eisman will
be held by Radomer Mutual So- Dr. Joseph Kerzman
ciety, 2:30 p.m., Sunday at the Surgeon, Dead at 49
Surgeon Dr. Joseph H. Kerz-
Labor Zionist Institute.
Mr. Eisman was honorary man, 13113 Ludlow, Hunting-
president of the Radomer So- ton Woods, died Sunday at
age 49.
ciety. Friends invited.
Dr. Kerzman, a native of
Bern, Switzerland, had lived
Rose Victor Dies
here 30 years. He graduated
Active Hadassah member Rose from the University of Michi-
Victor, 3151 W. Outer Dr., died gan Medical School in 1939 and
March 13. She was 58.
was a member of the Detroit
Born in Detroit, she also was Surgical Society, American Col-
a member of the Sisterhood of lege of Surgeons, Wayne Coun-
Temple Israel and the Women's ty, Michigan and American
Auxiliary of the Jewish Home medical associations.
for the Aged.
He also belonged to Temple
She is survived by three bro- Beth El, Knoliwood Country
thers, Harry, Jonas and Allen; Club and Phi Delta Epsilon.
and two sisters, Ethel and Mrs.
He is survived by his wife,
Minnie Cohn.
Jane, and a son, Frederick.

,

UJA Leader Succumbs

JOHNSTOWN, Pa. (JTA)-
David A. Glosser, a prominent
Jewish communal leader, died
here Monday. He was a member
of the national campaign cabi-
net of the United Jewish Ap-
peal and a member of the
American Friends of the He-
brew University.

The Family of the Late

LILLIAN
BLUESTEIN

Acknowledges w i t
grateful appreciation
the many kind expres-
sions of sympathy ex-
tended by relatives and
friends during the
family's recent bereave-
ment.

Herman Lewis Dies
at 81. Was Printer

Herman L. Lewis, former
owner of the Detroit Typesetting
Co., • died March 13 in Miami
Beach. He was 81.
Mr. Lewis founded the type-
I setting company in 1909 after
being employed as a printer at
the Detroit Free Press. He sold
the business in 1951.
He is survived by his wife,
Celia; a daughter, Mrs. Donald
(Josephine) Lane; a son, Her-
man L., of La Quinta, Calif.; one
brother, seven grandchildren and
one great-grandchild.

FANNIE ZAHLER, 11501 Pe-
toskey, died March 12. Survived
by a son, Harry of Los Angeles;
a daughter, Mrs. Clara Rosen-
berg; four grandchildren and
seven great-grandchildren.
• * *
ELIZABETH SEEMAN, 8445
Church, Grosse Ile, died March
6. Survived by two daughters,
Mrs. Edward M. (Marianne)
G-lazek and Mrs. Paul (Eva) Gel-
lens, of Northvale, N.J.; one
sister and 10 grandchildren.
*
*
JACOB BASKIN, 11501 Petos-
key, died March 14. Survived
by a son, Benjamin; two daugh-
ters, Mrs. Charles (Jean) Joseph
and Mrs. Erry (Ethel) Schwartz;
six grandchildren and two great-
grandchildren.
* * *
BENJAMIN GLAZER, 11501
Petoskey, died March 7. Sur-
vived by two sons, Isadore of
Silver Springs, Md., and Nor-
man; three daughters, Mrs.
Daniel (Mary) Shaw of Lafay-
ette Hill, Pa., Mrs. Julius
(Emma) Yourist of Toledo, and
Mrs. Max (Phyllis) Stern of Sil-
ver Springs; 10 grandchildren
and two great-grandchildren.
* * *
SOL COHEN, 19165 Santa
Rosa, died March 8. He leaves
his wife, Frances; two sons,
Philip and Robert; a daughter,
Beverly; and two brothers,
Harry F. Cohen and Albert E.
Cole. We regret that last week's
listing, through error, read Al
Cohen, instead of Sol Cohen.

*

*

MORRIS BROWN, 2385 Cort-
land, died March 17. Survived
by wife, Jessie; three daughters,
Mrs. Sidney (Sarah) Cohen,
Mrs. George (Sylvia) Feinberg,
of Sacramento, Calif., and Mrs.
Murray (Beverely) Chayet, of
Battle Creek, and seven grand-
children.

* *

*

MORRY PEARLSTEIN, St.
Petersburg, Fla., died March
17. He leaves his wife, Helen;
a son, Robert Feeley; a dau-
ghter, Mrs. William Van Valk-
enberg; one brother and one
sister. Interment Detroit.
* * *
BENNY FRIEDMAN, 8244 N.
Cambridge, died March 12. Sur-
vived by wife, Hermina; three
sons, Alex, Andrew and Jack;
a daughter, Mrs. Sam (Eliza-
beth) Katz; one brother and six
grandchilldren.

WE REMEMBER
71-1:17■2 71`7N

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.

BERNARD B. FRANK, 18101
Appoline, died March 12. He
leaves his wife, Rose; three
daughters, Mrs. Caiman (Mar-
velle) Friedman, Mrs. Donald
(Joan) Garfinkle and Cyone;
three sisters and five grandchil-
dren.
* * *
ESTHER SHERR, 17581 Snow-
den, died March 12. She leaves
her husband, Maurice; a son,
Dr. Allan E. Sherr; one brother,
one. sister and two grandchil-
dren.
* * *
MAX LOEBEL, 13730 Dexter,
died March 12. Survived by wife,
Este 11 e, and two brothers,
Charles and David.

Hebrew Civil
Nisan Mar.
8
21
Esther Berman
8
21
Sarah R. Flomenhaft
8
21
Rachel Gladstone
8
21
Adolph Zaretina

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Rabbi Yehudah Levin
Philip Hillelson
Simon Knoppow

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Moses & Shimon Gufstein
Rabbi Solomon Krevsky
Anna Silverberg
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David Shulman
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Rebecca Cohen

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DIRECTORS OF FUNERALS

MORRIS PRIEST, 13725 Dex-
ter, died March 15. Survived by
wife, Belle; two sons, Seymour
and Leonard; one brother, two
sisters and one grandchild.
* * *
YETTA MARCUS, 3709 Rich-
ton, died March 18. Survived by
a brother, Arthur, and a sister,
Mrs. Lillian Toblieb.

Ira Kaufman - Herbert Kaufman

Elgin 1-5200

39 —THE DE TROIT JEWISH NEWS — Frid ay, March 20, 1964

Jacob Albert, 69
News Exec, Dies

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