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February 10, 1967 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-02-10

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Friday, February 10, 1967-31

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS,

Henry Morgenthau, FDR's Secretary Bessie Schecter,
of Rabbi
of Treasury, Ex-UJA Chairman, Dead Widow
Bessie Schecter, widow of Rabbi

OBITUARIES

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

Committee and had served for Abraham Schecter of Cong. Ahavas
POUGHKEEPSIE — Henry Mor- three years as ambassador to Achim, died Feb. 1 at age 89.
genthau Jr., secretary of the Turkey.
Mrs. Schecter, who lived in the
LAWRENCE R. STEARN, 20484
SARAH EISTEIN, 16216 Wood-
Mr. Morgenthau was owner of
Treasury under President Franklin
Jewish Home for Aged, was known
died Feb. 7. Survived by Meyers, died Feb. 1. Survived by
extensive
farm
lands
for
many
D. Roosevelt for 11 years, and
years, and in 1922, he purchased for her piety and modesty. Her her husband, Samuel; a son, Eman- his wife, Minna, and a son, Bruce.
former general chairman of the
* * *
the American Agriculturist, a daughter, Mrs. Joe (Fae) Stalburg, uel E. Einstein; a daughter, Mrs.
United Jewish Appeal, died at the
BENJAMIN TENNENHOUSE,
farm weekly, which fostered said Mrs. Schecter i n s t ru c t e d Paul (Ceil) M. Feiler; and five
Vassar Brothers Hospital here
conservation, reclamation and Rabbi Leizer Levin that when he grandchildren.
19901 Strathmoor, died Feb. 6.
Monday night at age 75.
* * *
Survived by his wife, Ann; a son,
modern farming methods. He would officiate at her funeral serv-
Under his leadership, the UJA
LENORA FEDER, 17211 Green- Irving; three daughters, Mrs. Da-
was appointed chairman of the ices, he should deliver no eulogy;
from 1947 to 1950 raised $465,-
Agricultural Advisory Commis- should he give her credit for some- field, died Feb. 6. Survived by her vid (Esther) Weine and Barbara;
x 000,000 for national and overseas
thing she had not done, "it would husband, Leo; a son, Norman W.; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Morris
id. From 1951 to 1954, he was sion when Mr.. Roosevelt became be a sin."
and two grandchildren.
governor of New York State,
Tennenhouse of Winnipeg; 10
* * *
hairman of the board of gover-
Mrs. Schecter, who was
and head of the Federal Farm
WILLIAM FOREMAN, 20501 brothers, one sister and nine
widowed 20 years ago, was born Schaefer, died Feb. 3. He leaves grandchildren.
Board when Mr. Roosevelt was
to a rabbi and his wife in Brez- his wife, Eva; four sons, Sidney
* * *
elected President.
His grasp of financial problems ner, Russia, and lived in Detroit W., Roy A., Shay E. of Miami
BESSIE WACKS, 3359 Cortland,
evidenced during his leadership 45 years. She was a member of Beach and Leonard A. of Los An- died Feb. 6. Survived by a daugh-
of the Farm Credit Administration, Cong. Ahavas Achim, the Brez-
geles; two brothers, nine grand- ter, Mrs.. Maurice (Sophie) Green-
led to his appointment first as ner Farein and Eastern Ladies children and five great-grandchil- berg of Van Nuys; and three
acting, later as permanent secre- Society and a charter member dren.
grandchildren.
tary of the Treasury during the of the Hebrew Benevolent
* * *
* * *
crucial years of Depression and Society (Chesed shel Emes).
LOUIS IOLA. 7* Edmund Pl.,
ESTHER WARSHAWSKY, 24660
the New Deal.
Besides Mrs. St a l b u r g, Mrs. died Feb. 6. Survived by a brother, Kipling, Oak Park, died Feb. 8.
Mr. Morgenthau's interest in Schecter leaves a daughter, Mrs. Thomas H.
Survived by her husband, Mayer;
* * *
foreign affairs brought him into I Morris (Jennie) Kannon; six
a son, Allan; a daughter, Mrs.
ANNA
KANE,
17201
Strathmoor,
a number of controversies, espe- grandchildren, 13 great-
Mervin D. (Brenda) Schmidt; and
died
Feb.
6.
She
leaves
a
son,
cially his plan for post-World War grandchildren and one great-great-
Irving; a daughter, Mrs. Henry one grandchild.
II. Germany, known as the Morgen- grandchild.
(Rosaline) Bershas; four brothers
thau Plan, under which that na-
and seven grandchildren.
tion would have been stripped of
* * *
industries and converted into an
ZELDA NOVER, 19341 Cherry-
agricultural state.
lawn, died Feb. 2. Survived by her
Besides his widow, the former
husband, Thomas; a son, Nathan
Mrs. Marcello Puthon Hirsch of
(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
of Owosso; a daughter, Mrs. Irving
to The Jewish News)
New York, Mr. Morgenthau is sur-
(Faye) Tasco; two brothers; four
During the coming
LONDON—Sir
Victor
Gollancz,
vived by three children of a prev-
sisters and eight grandchildren.
week Yeshiva Beth
73,
publisher,
philosopher
and
HENRY MORGENTHAU
ious marriage. They are Robert
* * *
Yehuda will observe
M. Morgenthau, the United States essayist, died here Wednesday
RACHEL PRESS, 14915 Green-
the Yahrzeit of the
nors for the American Financial attorney for the Southern District morning after a short illness. The
field, died Feb. 6. Survived by
following departed
and Development Corp. for Israel, of New York and unsuccessful Oxford-educated scion of a rabbini- three daughters, Mrs. Joseph
friends, with the
which handled a $500,000,000 Is- Democratic -candidate against Gov. cal family who became highly suc- (Louise) Mandell, Lillian and Ger-
traditional Memorial
rael Bond issue.
Prayers, recitation of
Rockefeller in 1962; Henry Mor- cessful as a publisher, he was trude; one brother, one sister,
Mr. Morgenthau, who received genthau III of Cambridge, Mass.; widely known for his individualistic three grandchildren and five great-
Kaddish and study-
ing of Mishnayes.
honorary doctorates from the a television producer; and Dr. approach to Judaism, which ac- grandchildren.
Hebrew Union College, Cincinnati, Joan E. Morgenthau, a pedia- cepted its ethical teachings, while
* * *
Hebrew Civil
and the College of Jewish Studies, trician.
IDA ROBINS, 11501 Petoskey,
rejecting formal observance.
Feb.
Adar 1
Chicago, for his services to the
Although he kept out of most died Feb. 7. She leaves a son,
12
2
Sarah Miller
12
2
Bella Elias
Jewish community, had been a
Jewish communal affairs, he was Dr. Raymond; three daughters,
12
2
Ch.
Wolfson
close friend of Mr. Roosevelt for Morris- Blechman, Age 55; a member of the board of gov- Mrs. Jacob (Sally) Jaffe, Mrs.
12
2
Ben Solomon
12
2
30 years. His father, a wealthy Headed Handler Lodge
Joseph
Clinton
ernors of the Hebrew University Max (Marian) Lebowitz and Mrs.
New York real estate man, once
Morris Blechman, past president of Jerusalem and an active mem- Jack (Sylvia) Goode; one sister,
14
4
David Goldman
headed the Democratic National of Philip Handler Lodge, Bnai ber of its fund-raising organiza- eight grandchildren. and six great-
14
4
Isaac Zlotnik
Bobe Chava
Brith, and a board member of the tion in Britain. He drew sharp grandchildren.
14
4
Leah
Mikel
* * 4:
Detroit Bnai Brith antagonism for advocating forgive-
14
4
Nathan Deutsch
Gerald Rosenberger, 63; Metropolitan
JACOB
I.
SCHANES,
19162
Vot-
14
4
Israel
Goldin
Council, died Feb. 2 at age 55.
ness for Germans and the German
14
4
Joseph H. Lapidus
robeck,
died
Feb.
3.
Survived
by
Active NY Philanthropist
Mr. Blechman, 18488 Birwood, nation after World War II. His
14
4
Jennie Feldman
his wife, Stella; a son, Lawrence
NEW YORK (JTA)—Gerald E. was a postal employe at the position remained unchanged in R.; two daughters, Mrs. Max
15
5
Gabriel N. Eisman
Rosenberger, New York philan- College Park Station since 1937. the face of criticism by Jews, vic- (Dorothy) Gottfried of Plainview,
15
5
Yale Levin
15
5
thropist active in Jewish affairs, Born in Antwerp, Belgium, he tims of the Nazis and anti-Germans
Sam Elias
N.Y.,
and
Mrs.
Henry
(Rochelle)
Sheini
Bas
among the general public, but at
died here Jan. 31 at age 63. Mr. lived in Detroit 50 years.
15
Shmuel Yosef
Weintraub
of
Brooklyn;
three
sis-
Survivors are his wife, Clara; the end many respected his peace-
15
Rosenberger was active on behalf
5
Sot Korinsky
15
Moe Engel
of the United Jewish Appeal and a son, Gerald of Chicago; a daugh- ful motives which had also led ters and seven grandchildren.
15
5
Oscar Lerchin
the Federation of Jewish Philan- ter, Judith; his father, Harry him to seek nuclear disarmament.
15
Harry Smith
Sir
Victor's
publishing
career
Marshall Robbins; on Staff
thropies. He was also an associate Blechman of Miami Beach; a
Adele
Brown
chairman of the Anti-Defamation brother, Sam; and a sister, Mrs. was marked by his publication of of Community Service Unit
16
6
Bella Chesnuk
a famous series of brilliantly
16
League of Bnai Brith, and served Abraham (Sarah )Silver.
6
Rose Segerman
Marshall Robbins, coordinator of
16
6
Sally Hess
written works on socialism, "The the Community Service Adminis-
on the national committee of the
Leon Harold
Yellow Book," which attacked the tration for the city of Detroit, died
National Jewish Hospital of Nathan Mandeberg, 82
16
6
Stillwater
16
Dora Cohen
established order and British for-
Denver.
Nathan Mandeberg, a retired fur- eign policy between World War Feb. 1 at age 31.
17
Born in Detroit, Mr. Robbins
7
Bertha Weitzman
niture manfacturers representa- I and II. He was himself the
17
CARDS OF THANKS
7
David H. Rom
lived at 675 Seward. He leaves his
17
Nathan Peretzman 7
tive,
died
Feb.
2
at
age
82.
Mr.
author
of
noteworthy
essays
deal-
The family of the late Harry
father,
Herman;
his
mother,
Mrs.
17
7
Anna Rose Werner
Mandeberg was a member of ing mostly with interfaith relations.
17
7
William Zack
Cohn acknowledges with grateful
Mary
Robbins;
and
his
sister,
Mrs.
7
17
Abraham Berman
Temple
Israel,
Pisgah
-
Lodge
of
appreciation the many kind ex-
Bernard (Sharon) Dach.
Bnai
Brith,
Furniture
Club
of
De-
pressions of sympathy extend-ed by
Daisy Sloman, Co-Owner
18
8
Abraham August
18
8
Harry Mogelever
relatives and friends during the troit and the Furniture Travelers
18
8
Katherine Radner
of
Ladies'
Wear
Shop
of
Michigan.
Sid
Wolfson's
family's recent bereavement.
18
Anna Levine
8
Born in Russia, Mr. Mandeberg
Daisy 0. Sloman, co-owner for
* *
MONUMENT CENTER, INC.
lived
in
Detroit
50
years.
His
resi-
28 years of the Daisy Shops, re-
661 E. 8 MILE, FERNDALE
The family of the late Harry
Yeshivath Beth Yehudah
11/2 Blocks E. of Woodward
Applebaum acknowledges with dence was at 10641 Santa Maria. tail ladies and children's apparel,
15751 W. 101/2 Mi. Southfield
6
Blks.
from
3
Jewish
Survivors are a son, Mitchell; died Feb. 3 at age 66.
grateful appreciation the many
Cemeteries on Woodward
Phone 353-6750
two
sisters
in
New
York;
and
two
Mrs.
Sloman,
10703
Santa
Maria,
kind expressions of sympathy ex-
JO 4-5557
LI 2-8266
grandchildren.
N
was
born
in
Hancock,
Mich.,
and
',tended by relatives and friends
lived in Detroit 46 years. Her N
;during the family's recent bereave-
store was at 10319 Joseph Campau.
Sidney A. Deitch
Yiddish Playwright Dies;
ment.
She leaves her brother, Marvin
Louis Freiman Was 75
Owen; and two sisters, Ruth Oshin-
NEW YORK (JTA) — Louis ' sky and Mrs. Saul (Helen) Field.
Serving Detroit's Jewish Community from the Same Location
Freiman, a Yiddish playwright,
The Family of the Late
for 30 Years . . . "Our Experience Is Your Guarantee"
died here at age 75. He wrote
TOwnsend 8-6923
2744 W. Davison at Lawton
many successful works for the Ruth Snyder, Ex-Detroiter
EMMA MILLER
EVenings: 353-2722
(Between Linwood and Dexter)
Ruth Snyder. sister of Detroit
Yiddish stage over the course of a
Best Quality Granites—Personalized Designs Reasonably Priced
Acknowledges with grate-
attorney Nathan L. Milstein, died
half-century.
ful appreciation the many
Mr. Freiman came to the United Monday in Shaker Heights, 0. She
kind expressions of sym-
States 60 years ago. He wrote his was 41.
pathy extended by rela-
Born in Detroit, Mrs. Snyder
first play for the Jewish theater
in Chicago, and, when it proved will be buried here.
tives and friends during
successful, came to New York.
Survivors besides Mr. Milstein
the family's recent be-
est
are her husband, Robert; a
reavement.
Formerly Karl Berg Memorials and Manuel Urliach & Son
UNICEF means help and hope brother, Meyer of Los Angeles;
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for millions of the world's needy and a sister, Mrs. Harry (Ger-
children.
trude) Cohen.
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