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Hebrew Educator Aaron Toback, 75

OBITUARIES

Aaron Toback (Tabai), hebrew
educator and author, died of a
heart attack Nov. 26 at age 75.
At funeral services Sunday at
Hebrew Memorial Chapel, he was
eulogized by Rabbi Israel Halpern
of Cong. Beth Abraham and by
Morris Nobel, a colleague in
Hebrew education.
Mr. Toback, 3359 Cortland, wrote
many allegorical stories, which
were published in Hebrew period-
icals in Israel and in the Hebrew
weekly, Hadoar. He also wrote

many poems and was an editor of
and steady contributor to the Hed
Hakvutzah, local Hebrew publica-
tion.
Born in Russia, he received his
MORRIS ASHMAN, 11501 Pe-
CLARA JACKSON, 400 Bagley,
HELENE MALEK,. 20152 Hart-
education in his small Wohliner toskey, died Nov. 29. He leaves
died
Nov. 26. Survived by her well, died Nov. 28. Survived by
town and later, in America, at- two sons, Nathan and Bernard; six
husband, Irving; and two brothers, her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam
tended the University of Iowa.
daughters, Mrs. Ann Weinstein, Harold J. and Gilbert Goodman.
Malek; grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
A bachelor, Mr. Toback was Mrs. Allen (Betty) DeCastle, Mrs.
* * *
Harry Margolis; and one sister,
described by a closer friend, Sam (Nettie) Pollack, Mrs. Nathan
JAKE CHALFEN, 3550 Cass, Mrs. Neil (gonna) Rott.
Bernard Isaacs, as a man with (Claire) Scott of Van Nuys, Mrs.
* * *
died
Nov. 23. Survived by his
Edward
(Charlotte)
Gordon
and
"many friends whose doors were
Father,
Morris
Chalfen;
three
ROSE FISHER, 2352 Hall, Wind-
always open to him. He was a Mrs. Stanley (Phyllis) Racey; two
teacher of Hebrew but he was sisters, 16 grandchildren and eight sisters, Mrs. Murray (Yetta) Bid- sor, died Nov. 25. Survived by a
lofsky,
Mrs.
Joseph
(Mildred)
not connected with any school. great-grandchildren.
son, Morton; a daughter, Mrs. Wil-
Atemborski and Mrs. Joseph liam (Florence) Rogin of Windsor;
* * *
`Resistance in Minsk'
He taught privately in the home
MARTHA MURDOCK, 29120 E. (Geraldine) Polster.
and three grandchildren.
of his pupils and was revered
Honors Magnes Memory
* * *
Jefferson, St. Clair Shores, died
* * *
and
loved
by
both
his
pupils
and
"Resistance in Minsk," the eye-
ANNA WEINSTEIN, 11501 Pe
Nov. 28. She leaves a daughter,
witness account of Jewish partici- their parents.
ETHEL
SCHWARTZ,
16007
Alice Hindahl of E. Peoria, toskey, died Nov. 25. She leaves
"He was not lonely for another Mrs.
pation in partisan activity and life
Washburn,
died
Nov.
27.
Survived
Ill.
one brother-in-law, four nephews by
in the Minsk ghetto during World reason: he was surrounded in his
her two sons, William and
and four nieces.
Morry; a daughter, Rachel; two
War II, will be published by the room by his beloved books," said
*
*
*
Judah L. Magnes Memorial Muse- Mr. Isaacs. "He read books in Dr. Bernard Bloch, Expert
brothers; two sisters; and two
YETTA FELD, 11501 Petoskey, grandchildren.
um, it was anounced in commemo- several languages, Hebrew, Yid- on Japanese at Yale U.
died Nov. 24. She leaves two sons,
ration of the 22nd anniversary of dish, English and Russian. But
* * C
NEW HAVEN — Japanese
the Nazis' liquidation of the Minsk his beloved book was the Tanach, language expert Prof. Bernard Dr. David and Dr. Julius; two
NATHAN
FRIDSON,
19007 Burt,
daughters,
Mrs.
Samuel
(Netta)
the Hebrew Bible, which was his
ghetto.
Bloch died Sunday at age 58.
Lipton and Mrs. Marvin (Beatrice) died Nov. 26. Survived by his wife,
steady
companion.
He
always
car-
The first edition of "Resistance
During World War IL he served Howard; one brother and nine Rose; three sons, Harry, Ernest
in Minsk" appeared in the Soviet ried • a Bible in his pocket."
as language director for Japanese grandchildren.
and Sheldon; one brother; six
Mr. Toback 'leaves his cousins, in the Army Specialized Training
Union in 1946. Few copies of the
sisters; and eight grandchildren.
* * *
Mrs.
Joseph
Geselis,
Mrs.
Lillian
book, written by H. Smolar, in
* * *
Program and the Civil Affairs
IRVING GEDRICH, 19421 Vo-
Yiddish, were published at that Tracht, Mrs. Helen Simon, Dr. Max Training Program at Yale Univer-
REBECCA
SCBLUSSEL,
20011
trobeck,
died
Nov.
25.
He
leaves
time and not widely circulated out- W. and David Mattes and Dr. sity. In this capacity, Dr. Bloch
a son, Harvey; a daughter, Mrs. Stansbury, died Nov. 25. Survived
side of Russia. As a consequence, I. S. Pfeffer of Los Angeles.
taught Japanese to hundreds of Walter (Gale) Burke; and two by her four sons, Herman, Irving,
little was known about Jewish life
American military and civilian sisters.
Jack and David Keys; a daughter,
in Byelorussia during the Nazi pe- Former Bakery Owner
personnel. He co-authored a book
* * *
Mrs. Philip (Gertrude) Krasnik;
riod. The publication of "Resist-
on Japanese which was used in
HYMAN JACKNOW, 18294 St one brother; sixteen grandchil-
ance in Minsk," in English, will Moris Markowitz, 62
teaching the language.
Marys,
died Nov. 25. He leaves his dren; and two great grandchildren,
help bridge the wide gap which
Moris Markowitz, former co-
In 1950, he became chairman
exists in our knowledge about Jew- owner of the Independent Warsaw of Yale's department of Indic and wife, Sima; a daughter, Mrs. Don-
ish resistance during the last world Bakery, 7741 Harper, for 27 years, Far Eastern languages and litera- ald (Rae Ann) Sharfman; two
sisters and five grandchildren.
war.
died Sunday at age 62.
ture.
* * *
The seriousness of the gap was
Mr. Markowitz, 23610 Gardner,
SAMUEL H. HARRIS, 17180
indicated by Alexander Werth in Oak Park, was a Detroit area resi-
Santa Rosa, died Nov. 29. He
his definitive study, "Russia at dent for 45 years. He was a mem- Jewish Funeral Directors
During the coming
War 1941-45." He states that there ber of the Odd Fellows, Jericho to Hold National Conclave leaves his wife, Golda; a son,
week Yeshiva Beth
Lester
A.;
a
daughter,
Mrs.
Ches-
is a "virtual lack of any refer- Lodge and the Jewish Business-
Yehuda will observe
NEW YORK — The annual con- ter (Harriet) Tuschman; and two
ence to Jews taking part in the men's Association.
the Yahrzeit of the
vention of the Jewish Funeral grandchildren.
following departed
partisan war — despite the very
Survivors are his wife, Lillian; Directors of America will be held
* *
friends, with the
large Jewish population in Belor- a son, Monte; his mother, Nora; Dec. 13-16 at the Fontainebleau
traditional Memorial
JENNIE WEINER, 11501 Petos-
ussian towns like Minsk, Gomel, three brothers, Reuben, Sam and Hotel, Miami Beach.
Prayers, recitation of
Pinsk, Vitebsk, etc. Did most of Louis; three sisters, Mrs. Joseph
Some 250 executives of Jewish key, died Nov. 25. She leaves a
Kaddish and study-
the Jews not even try to escape Diskin, Mrs. Max Horenstein and funeral establishments in America daughter, Mrs. Max (Ida) Emmer;
ing of Mishnayes.
their fate, or did the partisans not Mrs. Raymond Robbins; and three and Canada will participate. Na- one sister, three grandchildren and
five great-grandchildren.
want them? Or were they—already grandchildren.
tionally prominent personalities in
Civil
Hebrew
* * *
wholly isolated—or dead—by the
the fields of religion, education
Kislev
Dec.
GERTRUDE SELTZER, 17186
time the partisan movement got Federation Founder Dies
and social services will speak on Northlawn, died Nov. 29. She
Sarah Burnstine
11
into its stride?"
5
Jeanette Schloss
11
NEW YORK (JTA) — Harry G. topics dealing with psychological leaves a son, Dr. Sidney; a daugh-
5
David Katler
11
Friedman, a prominent Jewish problems, religious and ethical ter, Mrs. Nathan (Roma) Blitstein;
Harry Brown
11
economist, philanthropist and col- aspects of the funeral and bereave- two brothers, two sisters and four
Lisa Silbert, Actress
Rebecca Rubin
6
12
grandchildren.
Rubin W. Kaplan
12
6
MIAMI — Former Yiddish lector of Jewish ceremonial art, ment and related subjects.
12
6
died
Nov.
22
at
the
age
of
83.
He
Bessie
Lifshitz
*
* *
Theater actress Lisa Silbert died
Seymour Tilchin
12
6
DAVID ISAAC KANER, 23021
Channah Bas
Monday at age 85. Miss Silbert was one of the last surviving Yeshiva U. Memorial Held
Reb Shmuel
12
6
Kenosha, Oak Park,• died Nov. 28.
also performed in English-lan- founders of the Federation of Jew- for Founder, Dr. Revel
Clara
Zahler
12
6
Survived
by
his
wife,
Shirley;
four
guage plays and several moving ish Philanthropies of New York
NEW YORK — Memorial serv-
and the leading benefactor of the
Alice Katz
13
7
pictures.
ices were held at Yeshiva Univer- sons, Dr. Manuel J. of Lancaster,
Moris H. Kaner
13
7
Calif.,
Dr.
Albert
H.,
Bernard
and
William
Rothman
13
A native of Romania, she was Jewish Museum here.
7
sity Tuesday, for the late Dr. Ber-
Born
in
Poland,
he
was
brought
Sanford
R.;
and
six
grandchildren.
the daughter of Adolph Rosen-
nard
Revel,
founder
and
first
presi-
Mary
Rebecca
Levin
14
8
blum, a theatrical impresario. She to this country at the age of eight. dent of Yeshiva College, on the
Julius Goldman
14
8
He
was
a
member
of
the
founding
Moses
Grossberg
14
8
was married to the late Jacob. Sil-
Sid Wolfson's
-
committee of the Federation be- 25th anniversary of his death.
bert, an actor.
Solomon Abrams
9
15
The
services
at
the
Harry
MONUMENT CENTER, INC.
fore it was incorporated in 1917.
Sarah Frank
9
15
Lillian Lerman
15
9
661 E. 8 MILE, FERNDALE
He was also active in the Amer- Fischel Synagogue, at the Univer-
Nathan Sholnik
15
9
1 1/2 Blocks E. of Woodward
sity's
Main
Center
in
Manhattan,
ican Jewish Committee, the Amer-
6 Blks. from 3 Jewish
were held under the auspices of
David Farber
16
10
ican
Jewish
Historical
Society,
the
Cemeteries on Woodward
In Loving Memory of
Michael Feigelman
16
70
Joint Distribution Committee and the university and its rabbinic
LI 2-8266
JO 4-5557
Ben Helfend
16
10
alumni.
Nathan Shiovitz
16
10
the Jewish• Theological Seminary.
Mordechai Sternberg
16
10
SIMON SHAPIRO
The remains of Dr. Revel and
Michael Weiss
16
10
his son, the late Dr. Herschel Re-
MONUMENTS
Designer Leon Kohlenberg vel, will be reinterred late in De-
Who passed away Nov. 14,
William Diamond
17
1 1
Morris Fox
17
11
See SAM GORLICK
Interior decorator and designer cember for burial in Israel.
1964 (ten days in Kis-
Reva Rosin
17
11
at
the
old
and
reliable
Leon
Kohlenberg,
son
of
Mr.
and
Harold
Ely
Shiffman
17
11
lev). Sadly missed and
SHELDON GRANITE CO.
Mrs. Samuel Kohlenberg, 885
always remembered by
19800 Woodward Ave.
Yeshiva Beth Yehuda
Covington, died Nov. 25 at age 35. Naoum Blinder Dies
Detroit, Mich. — TO 8-1724
his wife, children and
SAN FRANCISCO (JTA) — Na-
Serving The Jewish Community
Mr. Kohlenberg, who attended
18029 Wyoming UN 2-6668
For Over 60 Years
grandchildren.
Wayne State University, leaves oum Blinder, former concertmas-
three brothers, Norman, David ter of the San Francisco Sym-
phony Orchestra and teacher of
and Martin, besides his parents.
Sidney A. Deitch
Isaac Stern and many other rank-
ing violinists, died here at the age
of 76. A graduate at 14 of the Im-
The Family of the Late
In Memory of
Serving Detroit's Jewish Community from the Same Location
perial Conservatory at Odessa, he
studied in England and then taught
for 30 Years . . . "Our Experience Is Your Guarantee"
DR.
DAVID
S.
MOLLIE
2744 W. Davison at Lawton
at Odessa and in Moscow before
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Announces the unveiling
Beloved wife and mother,
York banker, Felix Warburg.
of a monument in his
who passed away Nov. 15,
memory
2
p.m.
Sunday,
1964 (11th day of Kislev).
"It could probably be shown by
A Monument Should Be Made in an Unhurried Mannei
Dec. 5, at Machpelah
Sadly missed and always
Order Early, So That We May Serve You Better
facts and figures that there is no
Cemetery. Rabbi Groner
remembered by husband,
distinctly native American crim-
w ill officiate. Relatives
David; and sons, Irving
inal class except Congress."
and friends are asked to
and Manuel.
attend.
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