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April 09, 1965 - Image 47

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-04-09

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Madel eine Lewin-Epstein Dies in Israel

Madeleine Lewin-Epstein, one of
the most distinguished women in
Israel, who was the first American
woman to join the Hadassah Med-
ical Unit that went to Palestine
during World War I, in 1918, died
in Jerusalem two weeks ago.
Mrs. Lewin-Epstein, in addition
to her services as the first Hadas-
sah nurse in Palestine, became
famous as a hostess after her
marriage to Dr. Samuel Lewin-
Epstein, a brother of the late
Mrs. Abraham M. Hershman of
Detroit. Mrs. Lewin - Epstein's
father-in-law was head of the
Medical Unit.
She retained the role of hostess
after Israel's emergence to state-
hood. Her knowledge of the land,
her Zionist b a c k g r o u n d, her
`harm, contributed to making her
nome among the most prominent
social centers in the Holy City.
She is survived by, besides her
husband, a son, Dr. Jacobs Lewis-
Epstein, who studied in this coun-
try at the University of Michigan

and the University of Pennsyl-
vania. Another son, Noah, died in
action in the last war.
In a tribute to Mrs. Lewin-
Epstein, Zionist leader Rose Hal
prin said:
"A gallant human being, warm
of heart, intrepid in danger, a
trained nurse with extraordinary
tenderness and goodness in rela-
tion to the sick and suffering• a
woman whose physical beauty was
lit up by inner qualities . . . she
will long serve for those who knew
her as example and guide."
During the War of Liberation,
Mrs. Halprin turned her home,
which was almost on the Jordanian
border, into a hospital for the
wounded. Working with ouly two
untrained Haganah girls, she per-
formed both medical and nursing
duties, even setting limbs and per-
forming simple operations.
She helped set up hospitals and
was actively involved in aid to
children.

Joseph Rosenthal Dead;
Owner of Gurney's

OBITUARIES

The owner of Gurney's Chop
House, Joseph Rosenthal, died
April 2 at age 71. Formerly an
BENJAMIN G O L D M A N of
JOSEPH WEINNER, 17378 Men-
operator of a general merchandise
store and insurance business, he dota, died April 1. He leaves his Pleasant Lake died in Miami
acquired the well-known lawyers' wife, Adele; a son, Paul; three Beach March 31. Survived by his
daughters, Mrs. Frank (Anne) wife, Fannie; three daughters,
meeting place seven years ago.
Mr. Rosenthal, 14110 W. Nine Berman, Mrs. Leon (Edith) Koef- Mrs. Jack (Mary) Koretz, Mrs.
Mile, Oak Park, was a member fler and Mrs. Meyer (Alice) Feld- Saul (Emma) Shiefman and Mrs.
of Cong. Bnai Moshe, Craftsman man; one brother, one sister, fif- Moe (Tania) Saslove; two brothers,
Lodge, F.&A.M., the Moslem teen grandchildren and two great- two sisters; eight grandchildren
and two great-grandchildren.
Temple, Detroit Consistory and grandchildren.
* * *
*
the Crisis Club.
BENJAMIN GL IN TE R, 3378
BELLE ROOT, 18401 Mendota,
He leaves him wife, Helen; a
son, Sanford; a daughter, Mrs. died April 1. She leaves two sons, Sturtevant, died April 3. Survived
Morris, Murial Smith; a sister, Ruby and Nathan; four daughters, by his wife, Celia; four sons,
Mrs. Gisa Kralik; and four grand- Mrs. Libbie Fogelman, Mrs. Etta Joseph, Peter of Chicago, Sam of
Horowitz, Mrs. Jack (Goldie) Is- Montreal and Meyer; a daughter,
children.
rael and Mrs. Alex (Edna) Gray; Mrs. Ethel Greenberg; 11 grand-
children and eight great-grand-
Finsterwald Daughter Dies and one sister. *
children.
Mrs. Corinne Finsterwald Rowe,
* *
ABRAM
OLANOSKY,
19510
Ros-
former prominent Detroiter,
JOSEPH SHEBOWICH, 23060
lyn,
died
April
1.
He
leaves
a
son,
daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs.
Seneca, Oak Park, died April 3.
Charles Finsterwald, died in New Irving; and a daughter, Mrs. Maur- Survived by his wife, Lilly; a son,
York last Friday at the age of 70. ice (Bertha) Lifton; and three Hyman; and four grandchildren.
* *
She had become nationally famous grandchlidren. * *
as an artist.
LOUIS ESTON, 2521 W. Me-
NATHAN
STONEMAN,
23718
Mrs. Rowe was the wife of Guy
Nichols, died March 30. Survived
(Giro) Rowe, who has painted por- Wildwood, Oak Park, died April 3. by his wife, Mabel; a son, Robert;
He
leaves
his
wife,
Ann;
a
son,
traits for the covers of Time Maga-
a daughter, Mrs. Milton (Joan)
zine. Other survivors are a son, Ronald; two daughters, Mrs. Don-
CINCINNATI (JTA) — Rabbi 0., and had been chaplain of the Charles E.; a brother, Maier Fin- ald (Barbara) Kahn and Mrs. Lar- Shafran; one brother, two sisters
Abraham Cronbach, educator and Chicago Federation of Synagogues. sterwald; five sisters, Maxine ry (Sharon) Greenberg; his and five grandchildren.
He was an honorary vice presi-
author, died here Friday at the
mother, Mrs. Bessie Stoneman;
dent of the American Council for Wood, playwright, Mrs. Leighton three brothers, two sisters and five
age of 83. At the
F.
Steele,
Mrs.
Mordecai
Ezekiel,
Judaism. In 1953, Dr. Cronbach
time of his death,
grandchildren.
was one of three clergymen who Mrs. Elliott Moyer and Mrs. Har-
* * *
he was rabbi
old Kratze; and four grandchil-
urged President Eisenhower for
emeritus of the
ROBERT B. NOVITZ, 19760
dren.
clemency for Ethel and Julius
Valley Temple in
Cranbrook, died April 4. He
Rosenberg, convicted atom spies.
Cincinnati.
leaves his wife, Esther; a son,
During the coming
Menashe
Rohtbart,
69,
The American-
Myron; one brother, two sisters
week Yeshiva Beth
Firm
Co-Founder,
Dies
born rabbi had
and three grandchildren.
Yehudo will observe
Dora Wolfman Dead;
* * *
Menashe Rohtbart, co-founder
served on t h e
the Yahrzeit of the
Mother
of
Mrs.
Reuther
with his son of Markus Packing
following departed
faculty of his al-
ALEXANDER L. BRAUNSTEIN,
friends, with the
Dora Wolfman, mother-in-law Co. and later a partner in Mark- 17152 Santa Rosa, died April 4. He
ma mater, the
traditional Memorial
of labor leader Walter Reuther, western Meat Packers, died Tues- leaves three brothers, Max, Samu-
Hebrew Union
Prayers, recitation of
died Monday at age 77.
day at age 69.
College - Jewish
el A. and Simon H., and two sis-
Kaddish and study-
Mrs. Wolfman, 20224 Monica,
Mr. Rohtbart, 22180 Avon, Oak ters, Sadie and Mrs. Louis Batten.
stitute of Relig-
ing of Mishnoyes.
* * *
was born in Russia and lived here Park, had been affiliated with Bnai
ion, from 1922 un-
Hebrew Civil
50 years. She was a member of Zion, Young Israel of Oak-Woods,
til he became
ARTHUR ALBERSTEIN of St.
-' NISSAN APRIL
Workmen's Circle Branch 156.
Yeshivath Beth Yehudah and Louis died April 3. He leaves his
professor emeri-
Esther Berman
8
10
Survivors are her husband, Yeshivath Chachmey Lublin.
tus of social stu-
wife, Ella; and four sisters, Mrs.
Sarah R. Flomenhaft 8
10
Frank; two sons, Leo and Earl;
A survivor of Polish and Ger- Betty Block of Oak Park, Mrs. Rose
dies in 1950. He
Shlomo Bereb
10
Mordechai
8
her daughter, May Reuther; one man Nazi death camps, Polish-born Sherman of Cincinnati, Mrs. Flor-
served Ref o r m
10
Rachel Gladstone
8
brother, one sister, six grand- Mr. Rohtbart came to this coun- ence Sherman of Fort Worth and
Jewish pulpits in Dr. Cronbach
10
Adolph Zaretine
8
South Bend, New York and Akron, children and four great-grand- try 15 years ago. Soon after, he Mrs. Fannie Peskind of Los An-
Gerald Green
9
11
children.
founded the company with his son geles. Interment St. Louis.
Abraham Reuben
9
11
Hoffman
* * *
Markus.
11
9
Eliezer Katinsly
HARRY DAVIS, formerly of De-
Mr. Rohtbart leaves his wife,
9
11
Harry Simon
Maurice
I.
Bale
Dies
The Family of the Late
9
troit,
died
March
18
in
Van
Nuys,
11
Joseph Schey
Maurice I. Bale, 23660 Coolidge, Molly ;two daughters, Mrs. Ray Calif. He leaves his wife, Ella. In-
(Ida)
Wiener
and
Mrs.
Martin
GERALD
12
Morris
Chaim
Bodzin
10
Oak Park, died Monday at age
(Toni) Korman of Omaha; a sis- terment Mission Hills, Calif.
64.
SAMPSON
13
11
Oscar
Rottenberg
• * *
13
Irving Harold Weiss 11
Mr. Bale, born in London, was ter, Mrs. Bessie Weintraub and
Announces the unveiling
SHARI
LYNN
HAMMER,
19489
Rabbi Yehudah
a member of Gold Star Parents nine grandchildren.
of a monument in his
13
11
Ardmore, died April 6. Survived
Levin
11
13
Philip Hilleson
and an honorary member of the
memory 1:30 p.m. Sunday,
by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leon-
11
13
Simon Knoppow
Jewish War Veterans' Joseph L. Sophie Lebow Is Dead ard Hammer; and a brother Bryan.
April 11, at Machpelah
Moses and Shimon
* * *
Bale Post, named for his late son. - Sophie Lebow, active as a volun-
Cemetery. Rabbi Gorrelick
14
12
Gufstein
HYMAN ZARANKIN, 19443
Survivors are Mr. Bale's wife, teer worker and club woman here,
will officiate. Relatives
14
12
Anna Silverberg
Rabbi Solomon
Edith; a son, Theodore; a brother, died Wednesday at age 63. Mrs. Stansbury, died April 6 Survived
and friends are asked to
14
12
Krevsky
Henry L.; a sister, Mrs. Samuel Lebow, 681 Covington, was a na- by his wife, Bessie; a daughter,
attend.
14
12
Irving Glasser
14
12
(Lillian) Aaron; and three grand- tive of Muskegon and lived there Mrs. Oscar (Bessie Beckerman; and
David Shulman
14
12
Lottie Rosenshine
children.
one grandchild.
14
12
Rebecca Cohen
for many years.
A volunteer worker for Sinai
15
13
Neva Lubetsky
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
13
15
Max Steingold
Hospital, Mrs. Lebow was also a
Friday, April 9, 1965-47
member of Newgarden Medical Aid
The Family of the Late
In Memory of our be-
16
14
Anna Shere
Yaacov, son of Lazer
Society, Cong. Bnai Moshe, Temple
loved husband, father and
16
14
Berel
ABRAHAM
Israel and Hannah Schloss Old
MONUMENTS
grandfather
14
16
Benjamin Sachs
16
14
Jacob Goodman
Timers. She was past president of
GARELICK
See SAM GORLICK
16
14
Sophia Helfend
BENJAMIN
Bilai
Israel
Sisterhood
of
Muske-
at
the
old
and
reliable
Announces the unveiling
Yeshiva Beth Yehuda
KAUFMAN
gon.
SHELDON GRANITE CO.
of a monument in his
who passed away April 5,
Mrs. Lebow leaves her husband,
19800 Woodward Ave.
18029 Wyoming
memory 1 p.m. Sunday,
Detroit, Mich. — TO 8-1724
1953. Sadly missed and al-
Max; a son, Alan Z.; two sisters,
April 11 at Nusach Hari
Serving The Jewish Community
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ways remembered by his
Mrs. Sidney A. (Leva) Young and
For Over 60 Years
Cemetery. Rabbi Gorre-
wife,
Sophie;
and
chil-
Mrs.
Harvey
(Harriet)
Elbinger;
lick will officiate. Rela-
dren, Ephram, Rose,
and two grandchildren.
tives and friends are
Sidney A. Deitch
Toddy and Lillian.
asked to attend.

Dr. Abraham Cronbach Dies at Age 83

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