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February 04, 1966 - Image 39

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-02-04

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Dr. Louis L. Mann, Eminent Reform
Leader, Father of Mrs. Hertz, Dies

Dr. Louis L. Mann, one of Re-
form Jewry's most eminent rabbis,
father of Mrs. Richard C. Hertz
of Detroit, died in Chicago Tues-
day at the age of 76.
Dr. and Mrs. Hertz left im-
mediately for Chicago to be with
the family and to attend the fu-
neral services.
Rabbi Mann, who had spoken in
Detroit numerous times—the last
time at the celebration of Rabbi
Hertz's tenth anniversary with
Temple Beth El—had been rabbi
of Chicago's Sinai Congregation
since 1923 after holding two other
pulpits in the East. He received
his ordination at Hebrew Union
College in 1911.
Author of a number of books
and of many monographs. a mem-
ber of the board of trustees of the
Jewish Publication Society and an
editor of Universal Jewish Ency-
clopedia, Dr. Mann lectured exten-
sively. He was lecturer in com-
parative ethics at Yale University
and was professorial lecturer in
Oriental languages at the Univer-
sity of Chicago.
He served for a time as arbit-
rator of the U.S. Labor Board.
A co-founder of the Bnai Brith
Hillel Foundations and of the Na-
tional Conference of Christians and
Jews, he held many civic and Jew-
ish posts.
Besides his daughter, Mrs. Rich-
ard (Mary Louis e) Hertz, Dr.
Mann is survived by his wife, Ruth•
a son, Arthur, and four grandchil-
dren.

In Memoriam

In loving memory of William
George Caplan, who left us sud-

OBITUARIES

SAMUEL M. ARSHT, 20065
Votrobeck, died Jan. 31. Survived
by his wife, Rose; a son Saul;
two daughters, Mrs. Sam (Ada)
Oberman and Mrs. Louis (Lillian)
Falk of Chicago; two brothers, six
grandchildren and one great-grand-
child.
*
*
NAT W. BENTON, 20831 Ridge-
dale, Oak Park, died Jan. 28. He
leaves his wife, Pearl; son, Jack;
daughters, Lisa A. and Mrs. Alan
(Merrilee) Figot; his father, Abra-
ham Betenski; one brother and
two sisters.

* * *

LOUIS L. MANN

ELIZABETH APPLE FAINMAN,
former Detroiter of 510 Wisteria
Rd., Daytona Beach. Fla., died Jan.
28. Survived by her husband, Mau-
rice.

esntek,
W.
ent
G olDdti
roili
niri
Manitoba Legislator
List Morris Gray Dead at 77
Prominent

Dr. Hilliard W. Goldstick, • a
dentist here almost 50 years, past
commander of Lawrence Jones
Post, Jewish War Veterans, and
past president of the Temple Beth
El Men's Club, died Monday at
age 70.
Dr. Goldstick, brother of former
Detroit Corporation Council Nath-
aniel H. Goldstick, lived at 114 W.
Adams. A native of London, Ont.,
he lived here 64 years, graduating
from Central High School in 1912
and the University of Michigan
Dental School in 1917.

A lieutenant in the Army Den-
tal Corps in World War I, Dr.
Goldstick was a members of the
American Dental Association,

Michigan State Dental Associa-
tion, Detroit District Dental So-

WINNIPEG (JTA) — Morris' A.
Gray, the senior member of the
legislature of the Province of
Manitoba, and a veteran Jewish
communal worker, died here at
age 77. Born in Russia, he settled
here in 1907 and has helped bring
thousands of Jewish immigrants to
Western Canada.
He was one of the founders of
the Canadian Jewish Congress, a
leader of the Jewish Immigrant
Aid Services of Canada, and a
member of the Poalei Zion in
Canada for more than 50 years.
He had been a member of the
provincial legislature for more
than 20 years, an alderman for
15 years and a member of the
Winnipeg School Board for four
years.

denly Feb. 6, 1951. "Happy were
ciety and Alpha Omega Dental
the years we spent together, but
Fraternity.
Dr. Yechiel Weinberg,
lonely we are now and forever-
Surviving him are a son, Philip; Rabbinical Authority
more." Sadly missed by your
brother and sister and their fami- two brothers, Nathaniel H. and Dr.
JERUSALEM (JTA) — Dr. Ye-
lies, Dr. B. B. Caplan and Mrs. Maurice; a sister, Mrs. Martin chiel Jacob Weinberg, a leading
Friedman; and one grandchild.
Ann Feldman.
rabbinical authority and former
rector of the Orthodox Rabbinical
Seminary in Berlin, was buried in
Jerusalem Jan. 27. President Sha-
zar attended the funeral.
Dr. Weinberg, who had written
many books on theological, phil-
osophical and Talmudic themes,
died in Lausanne Jan. 24 at age
we join with the family and a community
82. His body was flown to Jeru-
of friends and admirers
salem where he had hundreds of
in paying honor to the memory of
pupils, for the funeral.

With reverence and
deepest respect

IRVING W. SCHLUSSEL

on the first anniversary of his passing
and on the occasion of the

LAYING OF THE TOMBSTONE
at 2:15 p.m., Sunday, February 13

AT BETH ABRAHAM CEMETERY
21601 Woodward, Ferndale
South of Machpelah

He was our unforgettable leader. He left
an indelible mark on our community and his
•work is engraved in the annals of American
Jewry.

His memory serves as a continuing inspir-
ation to all of us. Blessed be his memory.

MIZRACHI-HAPOEL HAMIZRACHI
AMERICAN FRIENDS OF BAR-ILAN UNIVERSITY

Phillip Stoliman
Zvi Tomkiewicz

BEN GREEN, 15323 North ate
Oak Park,died Feb. 1. He leaves
his wife, Bertha; a son, Milton; one
brother, four sisters and twogrand-
children.
* * *
MAREK HAAR, 19802 Lindsay,
died Jan. 28. He leaves his wife,
Frances, and sons, Paul and Anth-
ony.

:g

CELIA SHLOM, 20103 Ardmore,
died Jan. 29. Survived by her hus-
band, Irving; her mother, Mrs.
* * *
Jennie Altman; a son, Gerald;
M I R I A M HALPERIN, 34760 two daughters, Lynn and Beverly;
Freedom, Farmington, died Feb. 1. and two sisters.
She leaves her husband, Rubin; a
* * *
son. Robert; four daughters, Mrs.
JOHN
TAUBMAN,
16607 Wash-
Jerome(Rochelle) Begel, Debra
burn, died Jan. 31. Survived by a
Anne, Ellen and Marjorie; her
mother, Mrs. Ada Schear; and one brother, Herman of New York;
and a sister, Mrs. Becky Rubin-
brother.
stein of Ann Arbor:
* * *
* * *
MINNIE KELLMAN, 20250
Brentwood, Livonia, died Jan. 27.
ANNA WANGROW, 19480 Stoe-
She leaves a son, Dr. Milton; dau- pel, died Jan. 29. She leaves her
ghter, Mrs. Geo. (Billie) Stallings; husband, Harry; sons, Arthur and
one brother; two sisters and four Irving; one brother and • two
grandchildren.
sisters.
* * *
JULIUS MINKOFF, 11501 Pet-
oskey died Jan. 27. He leaves his
wife, Sarah; daughters, Mrs. Mur-
ry (Sally) Robinson and Mrs. Ru-
ben H. (Florence) Babcock, and
four grandchildren.
* * *
During the coming
ANNA HORWICH MILLER, 19541
week Yeshiva Beth
Cr anbrook, died Jan. 28. She
0)
Yehudo will observe
leaves a son, Allen.
the Yahrzeit of the

.

WE REMEMBER
71- 1:1712 71tal

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following
departed
friends, w i t h the
trod.fional Memorial
Prayers, recitation of
Kaddish and study-
ing of Mishnayes.

KALMAN A. MORRIS, 20321
BrentwOod, Livonia, died Jan. 28.
He leaves a brother, Nathan and
two sisters, Mrs. Dorothy Chaffin
and Mrs. Alexander (Anne) Wei-
ner.

* * *

SANDRA ROGIN OUELLETTE,
died Jan. 27. She leaves her hus-
band, James; Mother, Mrs. James
Robert (Lillian) Rogin; brother,
Kenneth and sister, Mrs. Clement
(Ann) Farber.
* * *
JOSEPH RANDALL, 13925 Ilene,
died Jan. 31. Survived by his wife,
Anne; and a daughter, Mary Jo.
*
NATHAN RUBIN 18611 Robson,
died Jan. 29. He leaves his wife,
Helen; son, Norman; daughter,
Paula and one sister.
* * *
SIMON RUZUMNA, 5151 W.
Outer Dr., died Jan. 29. Survived
by his wife, Mollye; a son, Dayid:
a daughter, Mindy; one brother
and one sister.

Histadrut to Hold Parleys
in New York and Miami

NEW YORK (JTA)—Two nation-
al conferences on succeeding days
are scheduled to give a "big push"
to the 1966 Israel Histadrut Cam-
paign in the United States and
Canada, it was announced here
Monday by Joseph Schlossberg,
president of the National Commit-
tee for Labor Israel.
In New York, the annual mid-
winter conference of the Israel His-
tadrut Campaign will take place
Feb. 13 at the Commodore Hotel,
while on Feb. 14, a conference de-
voted to the American Histadrut
Development Foundation will be
held in Miami Beach at the Fon-
tainebleau Hotel.

Bolivian Zionist Dies

LA PAZ, Bolivia (ZINS) — The
General Zionist movement in Bol-
ivia suffered a severe blow with
the death of Jose Winkler, one of
its most devoted and talented lear-
ers. He served as president of the
United Zionist Federation of Bol-
ivia for a number of years.

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son, Joseph; daughters, Mrs. Ben
Reis and Mrs. Louis Goldman; a
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