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June 26, 1964 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1964-06-26

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Abraham Moss, Newly Elected Head
of British Jewry, Succumbs at 65

MANCHESTER (JTA) - Alder-
man Abraham Moss, who was elect-
ed president of the Board of De-
puties of British Jews June 14, died
here June 20 of a heart attack at
age 65.
Alderman Moss gave a lifetime of
public service and was active in
both Jewish and non-Jewish spheres
of human welfare, his special inter-
est being education. He was Lord
Mayor of Manchester in 1953-54.
Mr. Moss was born in Manchester
in 1889 of Romanian immigrants.
His father was a Hassid and a
talmudic scholar. Mr. Moss was in
the textile business but his main
interest was public service. He was
a member of the Manchester City
Council for nearly 40 years, and
his term as mayor was praised as
"memorable."

Mr. Moss visited Israel every
year for the past 25 years. He was
a governor of the Hebrew Univer-
sity of Jerusalem and served on
the boards of various schools in
England, under both Jewish and
non-Jewish auspices.
Vice president of the Board of
Deputies for eight years, Alderman
Moss two weeks ago defeated Sir
Barnett Janner, the incumbent
president, for the office of presi-
dent. New elections were expected
to take place soon. In the interim,
S. Teff, senior vice president of
the board, will be in charge.

Uruguay Editor Dies;
Founded Jewish Daily

"Mr. Downtown Detroiter,"
Emanuel M. Rosenthal, died June
18 while at his desk in the offices
of Mohawk Liquor Corp., of which
he was president.
Mr. Rosenthal, known to his
friends as Manny, had been honor-
ed earlier this month on the occa-
sion of his 70th birthday by the
City Council and civic leaders.
Mohawk, 1965 Porter, had been
owned by the Rosenthal family
since 1868. Manny Rosenthal first
went to work for the firm, estab-
lished by his late father David, 55
years ago.
Mr. Rosenthal, who lived in
the Sheraton-Cadillac Hotel, was
considered among the tops in
wine-tasting field. The firm is
one of the largest independent
companies of its kind and pro-
duces 52 liqueurs and alcoholic
products.
Mr. Rosenthal was a member
of Temple Beth El, Downtown
Synagogue, Standard City Club
and Hillcrest Country Club.
A native Detroiter, he was
honored by the City Council for
his faith in the city: he relocated
the Mohawk plant from Monroe
and Hastings to the city's west
side industrial redevelopment area.
Mr. Rosenthal leaves his wife
Marion; two daughters, Mrs. Harry
Modell of Huntington Woods, and
Mrs. Merrill Arden of New York
City; a brother, Milton; and three
grandchildren.

MONTEVIDEO, Uruguay ( JTA)
- Abraham Schwartz, a prominent
Jewish leader and the founder and
editor of the Jewish Daily Folks-
blatt, died here June 20 at age 61.
Born in Hungary, Mr. Schwartz
settled in Montevideo before the
outbreak of the Second World War
and founded the Folksblatt. He
was a member of the South Ameri-
can executive of the World Jewish
Congress and served as secretary
general of the Montevideo kehilla.
He was also a member of the
Central Jewish Committee of Uru-
guay.

Zeta Beta Tau Secretary Dies
Lee D. Dover, for 33 years, until
1933, national secretary of Zeta
Beta Tau collegiate fraternity, died
Sunday, of a heart attack, in New
York, at the age of 64.

"What mighty battles have I seen
and heard waged between the trees
and the west wind-an Iliad fought
in the fields of air." -Edith M.
Thomas.

The Family of the Late

ROSE ROSSON

Acknowledges with grate-
ful appreciation the many
kind expressions of sym-
pathy extended by rela-
tives and friends during
the family's recent be-
reavement.

The Family of the late

LOU IS CHAPN ICK

Acknowledges with grate-
ful appreciation the many
kind expressions of sym-
pathy extended by rela-
tives and friends during
the family's recent be-
reavement.

The Family of the Late

ROSE
GOLDSTEIN

Acknowledges with grateā€¢
ful appreciation the many
kind expressions of sym-
pathy extended by rela-
tives and friends during
the family's recent be-
reavement.

Manny Rosenthal,
`Mr. Downtown
Detroiter,' Dies

In Memoriam

In loving memory of Michael
Hoffman, who passed away June
28, 1962. Sadly missed and always
remembered by his wife Sarah,
sister and brothers.

In Loving Memory of Our
Beloved Husband, Father
and Grandfather,

NORMAN
SCHREIBNER

Who passed away June
29, 1960. Missed very
much by his wife, Rubye;
daughters, Mrs. Joseph
(Winnie) S n y d e r, Mrs.
Mel (S y b i 1) Markowitz
and Mrs. Michael (Margo)
Goldman; and grandchil-
dren.

OBITUARIES

JULIUS SKUPSKY, Brooklyn,
ELEANORE RUTH STEIN, 19935
Prevost, died June 18. Survived N.Y., died June 19. Survived by
by husband, Raymond; mother, wife, Molly; five sons, including
Mrs. Fannie Baker; a son, Leon Sam of Detroit; four daughters, 17
B.; one brother and four sisters. grandchildren and seven great-
grandchildren.
*
*
*
*
ABRAHAM DUNN, 18267 Stoe-
24521
FRANCES
KRINSKY,
pel, died June 19. Survived by
wife, Goldie; four sons, Arthur, Seneca, Oak Park, died June 23.
* * *
Ray, Louis and Dr. Albert; one She leaves her husband, Joseph; a
EDITH FLEISCHER, 24050 Jer- brother, nine grandchildren and son, Irwin; two daughters, Ellen
and Gail; parents, Mr. and Mrs.
ome, Oak Park, died June 12 in two great-grandchildren.
Louis Supian; one brother and one
Los Angeles. Survived by hus-
IRVING EFROS, 1 8 9 3 4 Ohio, sister.
band, Max; a son, James S.; a
* * *
daughter, Mrs. Sol (Marguerite) died June 19. Survived by wife,
BETSY HARRIS, 14816 San
Kirsch; mother, Mrs. Gizella Saub- Mary; a daughter, Lillian; two bro-
Juan, died June 22. She leaves two
erman; four sisters, one brother thers and one sister.
* * *
sons, Bernard and Sidney; two
and four grandchildren.
*
*
HARRY LEPSETZ: 19160 Gil- brothers and three sisters in Eng-
DAVID SALZEDO, 23000 Staun- christ, died June 20. Survived by land; six grandchildren and two
ton, Southfield, died June 19. He a son, Joe; three daughters, Mrs. great-grandchildren.
* * *
leaves his wife, Jennie; two daugh- Nathan (Ann) Wolf, Mrs. Walter
ROSE AVRUSHIN, 11501 Pe-
ters, Mrs. Harold (Estelle) Morri- (Tillie) Small, Mrs. Arnold (Katie)
son and Mrs. Melvin (Shirley) Wasserman; and seven grandchil- toskey, died June 21. Survived by
a son, Harry; two daughters, Mrs.
Metz; six grandchildren and two dren.
* * *
Sy (Hilda) Vinocur, and Mrs. Man-
great-grandchildren.
* * *
SOLOMON CHARNAS, 1 1 5 0 1 uel (Sarah) Gayman; three bro-
ESTHER LERMAN, 22730 W. 7 Petoskey, died June 19. Survived thers, one sister, six grandchildren
Mile, died June 20. She leaves her by wife, Fannie; two sons, Dr. and four great-grandchildren.
* * *
husband, Pincus; two sons, Lou Sidney and Dr. George; a daugh-
and Lawrence; a daughter, Mrs. ter, Esther; and two grandchil-
BERTHA GOLDBERG, 2 1 1 3 0
Nicholas (Renee) Dopulos; nine dren.
Kipling, Oak Park, died June 22.
* * *
grandchildren and three great-
Survived by five sons, Jack, Rubin,
grandchildren.
GEORGE WEISMAN, 3840 Ty- Abraham, Harry and Alex; a
* * *
ler, died June 23. Survived by a daughter, Mrs. Harry (Rose) Sur-
NATAL IE MARKOW, 23410 son, Manuel; three daughters, Mrs. owitz of Long Island; 25 grandchil-
Radclift, Oak Park, died June 21. Morris (Sarah) Friedman, Mrs. dren and 18 great-grandchildren.
She leaves her husband, Nathan Bernard (Reva) Broder and Mrs.
H.; and a sister, Ann Ruth Racow. Edward (Esther) Rechtman of At-
* * *
lanta, Ga.; one brother, one sister,
EDWARD A. BARAK, 18708 10 grandchildren and two great-
Pennington, died June 21. He grandchildren.
* * *
leaves his wife, Lillian; three
daughters, Mrs. Richard (Phyllis)
RUBIN LAUFER, 11501 Petos-
Brody, Susan and Regina; father, key, died June 22. Survived by
During the coming
Hyman Barak; one brother and one two sons, Isaac of Mexico City and
week Yeshiva Beth
Yehuda will observe
grandson.
Fr e d of Sherman Oaks, Calif.;
* * *
the Yahrzeit of the
three daughters, Mrs. David (Rose)
following departed
BENJAMIN GOLDBERG, 19344 Schamroth of New York, Mrs. Dav-
friends, with the
Schaefer, died June 21. He leaves id (Freda) Fuller and Mrs. Simon
traditional Memorial
his wife, Mollie; a son, Melvin; a (Pola) Kubowitzky of Brussels;
Prayers, recitation of
daughter, Mrs. Harold (Adelle) 15 grandchildren and 14 g r ea t-
Kaddish and study-
Mahler; one brother, one sister grandchildren.
ing of Mishnayes.
and six grandchildren.
*
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*
Hebrew Civil
* * *
HARRY UTCHENIK, 9603 Yel-
Tamuz June
Jacob Kabaker
18
HARRY POLINER, Staten Is- lowstone, died June 19. Survived
28
Dora Greenblatt
28
18
land, N. Y., died in Detroit June by wife, Frances; two sons, Merlin
Sam Stein
18
28
Ethel Waldman
18
21. He leaves his wife, Fannie; and and Joseph; one brother, three
28
Moshe ben Avrohom
28
18
a sister, Mrs. Marie (Rose) Morris. sisters and four grandchildren.
Chaya bas Moshe
29
19
Interment Staten Island.
* *
19
Sarah Leah Martin
29
* * *
Meyer Burns
19
29
FLORENCE LEVIN, 18681 Moni-
SARAH BOGORAD, 11501 Pe- ca, died June 17. Survived by
Hyman Kowa!
29
19
29
Annie Samet
19
toskey, died June 23. She leaves a three sons, Isadore, Arthur and Ed-
30
Siegfried Hess
20
son, Joseph; two daughters, Mrs. ward; a daughter, Mrs. Pearl Sage;
30
Max Karol
20
David (Estelle) Lipshaw and Mrs. and eight grandchildren.
20
Rubin Nelson
30
Raymond (Nettie) Broida; two sis-
July
ters, five grandchildren and six
1
21
Samuel Glickman
Sid Wolfson's
great-grandchildren.
21
1
Lena Firestone
* * *
MONUMENT CENTER, INC.
1
21
Anna Levine
21
1
Benjamin
Kress
SARAH BERNBAUM, 18211
661 E. 8 MILE, FERNDALE
/2
Blocks
E.
of
Woodward
1 1
Greenfield, died June 23. She
22
2
Pinellas N. Engier
6 Blks. from 3 Jewish
2
22
Nathan Moehlman
leaves three sons, Dr. Bernard,
Cemeteries on Woodward
22
2
Solomon Chesluk
Louis and Sidney; two daughters,
JO 4-5557
22
2
Louis Katzer
LI 2-8266
22
2
Samuel
Gold
Mrs. Paul (Ethel) Opperman and
Selma; one sister, five grandchil-
23
3
Louis Gunsberg
3
23
Eva Berman
dren and nine great-grandchildren.
3
23
MONUMENTS
Bernard
Swartz
* * *
3
23
Boruch Birman
See
SAMUEL
GORLICK
JEAN FELSOT, 20530 Green-
4
24
Charles P. Nakelsky
at the old and reliable
view, died June 22. Survived by
Yeshiva
Beth
Yehuda
SHELDON
GRANITE
CO.
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ter, Mrs. Susan Levitt; a brother;
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IDA BLUMBERG, 1150 Petos-
key, died June 20. Survived by two
sons, Louis and Ben; a daughter,
Mrs. Ethel Stern; five grandchil-
dren and five great-grandchildren.
* *
JACK HARRIS: 3375 Colling-
wood, died June 23. Survived by
wife, Bessie.

WE REMEMEM
1-1rx 71tN

Anti-Nazi Lawyer Dies
Dr. Max Hirschberg, a lawyer
who fought legal battles for anti-
Nazis in Germany, and who came
to the United States in 1939, died
in New York Sunday at the age of
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, June 26, 1964
31 80.

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