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February 11, 1966 - Image 39

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-02-11

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Alan Brown Dies at the Age of 60

Attorney Alan N. Brown, a in 1927, he had offices in the
charter member of Temple Israel, Penobscot Building for 38 years.
Besides his membership in
died Wednesday at age 60.
Mr. Brown, 19366 Santa Bar- Temple Israel, serving on its board
bara, was born in England and of trustees and men's club, Mr.
lived in the Detroit area 50 years. Brown belonged to the American
A graduate of Northern High Civil Liberties Union, Detroit and
School and Detroit College of Law M i c h i g an Bar associations,
Lawyers Guild and Americans for
Democratic Action.

`Mr. Mackenzie'
Herbert S. Eiges

Herbert S. Eiges, known to
thousands of high schools students
as "Mr. Mackenzie Himself," died
Feb. 3 at age 66. At Mackenzie
High since it first opened in 1928,
Mr. Eiges taught civics and eco-
nomics.
Founder and sponsor of the
school's alumni association, Mr.
Eiges sent newsletters at his own
expense to Mackenzie graduates
serving in the armed forces dur-
ing World War II. Eight years ago,
the alumni honored him with a
testimonial dinner, naming him
"Mr. Mackenzie Himself."

Stephen; a daughter, Mrs. Gerald
(Betsy) Loomus; his mother, Mrs.
Fannie Brown; two sisters, Mrs.
Robert (Rose) Slavin and Mrs.1
Anne Wolfe; and three grand- 1

children.

Rebecca Rudin; Leaves
23 Great-Grandchildren

Besides serving as faculty spon-
sor for the alumni association and
adviser to the student yearbook,
Mr. Eiges was a member of the
Detroit Roundtable of Christians
and Jews and state chairman of
the Lay Society for the Michigan
Diabetic Society.
He leaves his wife, Helen, of
15016 Glastonbury.

Mrs. Rudin, 221800 Cloverlawn,
Oak Park, was a member of Mish-
kan Israel Sisterhood and Bnai
Brith and was a contributor to the
United Tiberias Institution in
Israel and the General Israel
Orphans Home for Girls in Jeru-
salem.
Besides her grandchildren and
great-grandchildren, Mrs. Rudin
leaves two sons, Ben J. and Lew-
is; four daughters, Mrs. Al (Sarah)
Samuel S. Willis, 58;
Weiss, Mrs. Abraham (Ann) Weis-
berg; Mrs. Irving (Lorraine) Lip-
Headed Beth El Club
son and Mrs. Seymore (Jeanette)
Samuel S. Willis, past president
Eizelman.
of the Temple Beth El Men's
Club and organizer and first presi-
dent of the Junior Bar Conference Dr. Joseph Wruble 64;
of the American Bar Association,
On Sinai, Hutzel Staffs
died Sunday at age 58.
Dr. Joseph Wruble, a private
Mr. Willis, 4041 W. Maple,
Birmingham, was a manufacturer's physician and on the staffs of
representative and before World Hutzel (Woman's) and Sinai Hosp-
War II was a practicing attorney. itals, died Feb. 3 at age 64.
Dr. Wruble, who had offices at
He served as a Navy lieutenant
during the war. A native Detroiter, 411 Selden, was born in Newport
he was a graduate of Central High News, Va., and lived in Detroit
and the Detroit College of Law. almost 50 years. He was a 1924
Mr. Willis was past president of graduate Phi Beta Kappa of the
the Manufacturers Representatives University of Michigan's medical
Association and Craftsman Lodge school.
A member of Maimonides Med-
FSEAM. He also belonged to Cres-
cent Shrine Club and Detroit Con- ical Society and Bnai Brith, Dr.
Wruble lived at 17571 Mark Twain.
sistory.
He leaves his mother, Mrs. Sarah
He leaves his wife, Dorothy; two
daughters, Mrs. Richard (Sharon) Wruble, and sister, Mrs. Ben Kan-
Simon and Mrs. Charles (Janet) ner of Lansing.
Rustin; two brothers, Herbert and
Joseph; a sister, Mrs. Ben (Betty) Mrs. Jessie Miller, 54
Baum; and six grandchildren.
Jessie Miller, past president of
the Louise Wise Chapter, Ameri-
can Jewish Congress, died Feb.
4 at age 54.
Mrs. Miller, 23230 Harding, Oak
In loving memory of William Park, was a member of Temple
George Ca plan, who left us Emanu-El, Hadassah and Maimon-
suddenly Feb. 6, 1941. "Happy ides Medical Society. She was a
were the years we spent together, native Detroiter.
The widow of the late Dr. Jack
but lonely we are now and for-
evermore." Sadly missed by your L. Miller, she leaves a daughter,
brother and sister and their fam- Rhoda; her mother, Mrs. Sam
ilies, Dr. B. B. Caplan and Mrs. (Rose) Pliskow; and two brothers,
Joseph N. and Daniel B. Menken.
Ann Feldman.

In Memoriam

IRVING W.
SCHLUSSEL

Announces the unveiling
of a monument in his
memory 2:15 p.m. Sunday,
Feb. 13, at Beth Abraham
Cemetery. Rabbis I. Hal-
pern and Rosenzweig will
officiate. Relatives a n d
friends are asked to
attend.

GERALD AJZENBERG, 23050
Marlow, Oak Park, died Feb. 8.
Survived by his wife, Sarah; and
two sons, Harry and William.

JACOB BLOOM, 16177 Stoepel,

He was a leader in the now died Feb. 5. He leaves two broth-
defunct Philosophical Society ers. Julius and Ralph: and three
where he led in many discus.
sisters, Mrs. Theresa Moses, Mrs.
sions and was considered one of
David Lebowitz and Mrs. Jack
the community's best informed
Dittman.
* * *
personalities. In recent years he
also participated actively in the
I. C. FARBER of Los Angeles,
Midrasha lecture and discussion formerly of Detroit and Cincinnati,
series.
died Feb. 2. Survived by his wife,
He leaves his wife, Mazie; a son, Sally; six sisters, Mrs. Abe (Re-

A graduate of the University
Rebecca Rudin, an active mem-
of Michigan, Mr. Eiges taught at ber of the Orthodox community
George Junior Trade School I here, died Feb. 2, leaving 18
briefly before moving to Mac-
grandchildren and 23 great-grand-
kenzie.
children. She was 75.

The Family of the Late

OBITUARIES

becca) Zeff, Mrs. George (Dora)
Smith, Mrs. Celia Pollock, Frances
and Bertha, all of Detroit, and
Mrs. Ed (Sara) Fisher of Columbus;
and two grandchildren. Interment
Los Angeles.
• * *
LOUIS FELDSCHER, 20653
Kensington Ct., Southfield, died
Feb. 2. He leaves a son, Harry
G.; two daughters, Mrs. Sidney
Goldsmith and Mrs. Murray J.
(Sara) Levin; and five grandchil-
dren.
* * *
NATHAN FINE, 3741 Tyler,
died Feb. 6. Survived by his wife,
Dora; a son, Morris; and a daugh-
ter, Rose.
* *
ABRAHAM FRIEDMAN, 17143
Woodingham, died Feb. 4. Sur-
vived by his wife, Jennie; a son,
Louis; two daughters, Mrs. Sam
(Becky) Weiman and Mrs. Nathan
(Sadie) Sandler; six grandchildren
and 10 great-grandchildren.
* *
*
ROSE GEER, 25021 Rue Ver-
sailles W., Oak Park, died Feb. 7.
She leaves two sons, William and
LouiS; -a daughter, Mrs. Nathan
(Ida) Silvers; one sister, six grand-
children and three great-grand-
children.

*

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*

EMIL SIGMUND GREENWALD,
10401 Troy, Oak Park, died Feb.
5. Survived by a son, Murray; a
daughter, Mrs. Mark (Sylvia) Ola-
noff and three grandchildren.
* * *
HARRY HEIDEMAN, 18046
Washburn, died Feb. 7. He leaves
a son, Philip; five daughters, Dora,
Alyce, Mrs. David (Betty) Bieder-
man, Mrs. Louis (Lillian) Linovitz
and Mrs. Abe (Tillie) Mendelson;
two brothers, nine grandchildren
and three great-grandchildren.
* *
B E S S I E HOLTZMAN, 18405
Prairie, died Feb. 4. She leaves
her husband, Ben; two sons,
Frank E. and Irving; two daugh-
ters, Mrs. Sam (Dorothy) Zack
and Mrs. Alfred (Louise) Gaines;
four sisters and 11 grandchildren.
* * *
SIMON KIND, former Detroiter
of Phoenix, died Feb. 5 in Tel
Aviv. Survived by his wife, Pearl
of Phoenix; three daughters, Mrs.
Julius (Jeanette) Berger and Mrs.
George (Ceil) Duchin of Oak Park,
and Mrs. James (Harriet) Barnes
of Sunnyvale, Calif.; and nine
grandchildren.
* * *
JOSEPH KROOPNICK, 20821
Westhampton, Oak Park, died
Feb. 6. He leaves his wife, Esther;
two sons, Peter and Maury; his
father, Louis Kroopnick; and one
brother.
* * *
BETTY FANNY LEVEY, 11501
Petoskey, died Feb. 6. She leaves
a brother, Albert; and a sister,
Mrs. Louis (Lillian) 'Rosenthal.
*
*
BETTY MITTENTHAL LOVE,
49 Virginia Park, died Feb. 3.
She leaves a daughter, Helen; and
two sisters.
*
*
SARAH OGUL, 16922 Lilac, died
Feb. 7. She leaves her husband,
Jack; three sons, William, Harry
and Morris; two sisters and five
grandchildren.
* * *
MARY ROSSMAN, 22171 Har-
ding, Oak Park, died Feb. 8. Sur-
vived by a son, George; and a
daughter, Zelda.

Julius Brass, Firm Owner

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Myer Rosenberg
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Hyman Altman

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Hannchen Hess
Lifsha Oleshansky
David Morris
Abraham Meyers
Jack Lublin
Harry Reisman
Shraaa Feivel Joseph
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Esther Klaus
Mary Fill
Harry Zolkower
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Ben Weider

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, February 11, 1966-39

Ira Kaufman Chape , Inc.

DIRECTORS OF FUNERALS

DAVID E. WILLIAMS, 31002
Huntley, died Feb. 2. He leaves
his wife, Ida.; a son, Leon; two
brothers, one sister and one
grandchild.
* *
SOPHIE WILLIS, 20185 Ward,
died Feb. 3. Survived by four
daughters, Mrs. David (Edith)
Cohen, Mrs. Sol (Irene) Levin,
Thelma and Mrs. Arthur (Shirley)
Newberg; five grandchildren and
one great-grandchild.
*
*
MORRIS ZIVOW, 18976 Stans-
bury, died Feb. 6. He leaves his
wife, Edith; two sons, Marvin and
Leonard Forrest; and six grand-
children.

JACOB GOLDSTEIN, 23041
Kenosha, Oak Park, died Feb. 2.
Survived by his wife, Itka; three
sons, Hyman, Benjamin and Mar-
vin; two daughters, Mrs. Sol (Net-
tie) Brenner and Mrs. Al (Bernice)
Weinstein; 13 grandchildren and
* * *
three great-grandchildren.
*
*
SARAH S C H WARTZENFELD
BEILA GOUTMAN, 12015 12th of Cleveland died Feb. 4. Survived
St., died Feb. 9. Survived by two by a son, Dr. Edward of Cleve-
sons, Emanuel and Dolya; and land; three daughters, Mrs. Julia
five grandchildren.
Gantz of Detroit, Mrs. Theresa
Mannis of Cleveland and Mrs.
Julius (Sylvia) from Michigan
Milton Strauss, 77
City, Ind.; a brother, Leo Feder
Detroit financier and industrial- of Detroit; five grandchildren and
ist Milton Strauss died Feb. 2 at 10 great-grandchildren.
age 77.
• * •
Mr. Strauss, who lived in the
HANNA CASHWAN SILVER-
Belcrest Hotel, was born in At- MAN, 18040 Cherrylawn. died
lanta and lived in Detroit 45 years. Feb. 5. She leaves a son, Samuel;
He had offices in the David Stott
Building. He was a member of ■ •••• ■■ ••111,
Temple Beth El.
MONUMENTS
He leaves his wife, Freddie R.
SAM GORLICK
See
and a brother, Harry M. of Bir-
at the old and reliable
mingham, Ala.
SHELDON GRANITE CO.

Julius Brass, owner of the two
Progressive C 1 e-a a e r s shops on
Joseph Campeau and Livernois
died Sunday at age 74.
11 1111111111111.11111111111111Pr Ayes.,
Mr. Brass, 25607 Lincoln Terrace,
The Family of the Late
Oak Park, was a member of Pins-
ker Progressive Society and Cong.
REBECCA RUDIN
Adas Shalom.
Survived by his wife, Rose; a
Acknowledges with grate-
son, Hugh H.; two daughters, Mrs.
Albert (Judith) Dresner and Mrs.
ful appreciation the many
Jack (Sylvia) Roth; a brother Syd-
kind expressions of sym-
ney of New York City; a sister,
pathy extended by rela-
Mrs. Gertrude Perry of Philadel-
tives and friends during
phia; seven grandchildren and one
the family's recent be-
great-grandchild.

reavement.

five daughters, Mrs. Henry
(Alice) Thumin, Mrs. Minna Ru-
bin, Mrs. Sidney (Adele) Roth,
Mrs. Ira (Violet) Knaster and
Mrs. Samuel (Belle) Waze; one
brother, eight grandchildren and
14 great-grandchildren.
• *
ELIZABETH WASSERLAUF,
6220 Army, died Feb. 9. She
leaves a son, Steve Elefant; and
three grandchildren.

If death should occur away from
home, just phone us and we will
lizalce all arrangements for transfer

to Detroit.

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