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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-12-08

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Charles E. Joseph
Dies in Robbery

Friday, December $, 1967-47

Judge Samuel Charles Halpert,
former Detroiter who was a judge
on the Dade County Workmen's
Compensation Board, died Wednes-
day at age 62.
Judge Halpert, who was born in
Peabody, Mass., left Detroit for
Miami 20 years ago. He was a
graduate of Harvard and its law
school and a member of the Har-
vard Alumni Club. The judge also
belonged to the Michigan, Florida
and American bar associations and
was a former member of the board
of trustees, Temple Israel of
Miami. He had been named Man
of the Year by a professional group
in Miami.
Surviving are a sister, Mrs. Ida
Alpert, a nephew Myron Alpert
and a niece, Mrs. Leo (Elaine)
Stern, all of Detroit.

Charles E. Joseph, 20841 Kip-
ling, Oak Park, died of a heart at-
tack during a robbery in his home
Nov. 30. The coroner's report said
the attack was caused by a blow
on the head.
Two men entered the Joseph
home around 10:30 p.m. Both Mr.
Joseph and his wife Jean were
present. Mrs. Joseph was un-
harmed, but jewelry, furs and cash
were taken.
Oak Park police are investigat-
ing the robbery.
Mr. Joseph, 54, was a native
of Detroit. He owned Duke Loan
Office on W. Eight Mile Rd. for
the past 20 years. He was a
member of Oak Park Lodge,
Bnal Brith, and Masons.
Surviving, besides his wife, are
a son, Kenneth; a daughter, Mrs.
Michael (Joyce) Rosett; two Jack Gilbert, Head
brothers, Dr. Milton and Dr. Leslie;
and two grandchildren.
of Fruit Wholesalers
Jack J. Gilbert, cofounder and
Otto Hyman, Age 82 president of Nathan Gilbert and
Otto Hyman, men's clothing Sons, Inc., wholesale fruits and
salesman who was active in com- vegetables, died Dec. 1 at age 58.
Mr. Gilbert, 31188 E. Huntley,
munity organizations, died Dec. 1
Birmingham, was a Detroit native.
at age 82.
He
was a member of Temple Israel
Mr. Hyman, born in Russia, re-
sided at 6450 London. He was a and its men's club, Craftsman
Lodge
of the Masons, Moslem
member of Shaarey Zedek Syna-
gogue, Michigan Apparel Club, Shrine, Detroit Consistory, Elks
and
the
United Fruit and Vege-
Weldon Lodge of the Masons, Mos-
lem Temple and Scottish Rite table Association.
Surviving are his wife, Edith;
Cathedral, Zionist Organization of
America and Crescent Shrine Club. two daughters, Mrs. John (Re-
He leaves a daughter, Mrs. Alan becca) Silk and Elaine; his mother,
(Gail) Soskin; and two grand- Mrs. Rose Gilbert; two brothers,
Philip M. and George; and two
children.
grandchildren.

The Family of the Late

SARAH
(SACHER)
RABINOWITZ

Announces the unveiling
of a monument in her
memory 1 p.m. Sunday,
Dec. 10, at Hebrew Memo-
rial Park (old office sec-
tion). Rabbi Wohlegelern-
ter will officiate. Relatives
and friends are asked to
attend.

The Husband and Family
of the Late

FRADUL
URKANSKY

acknowledge with grate-
ful appreciation the many
kind expressions of sym-
pathy extended by rela-
tives and friends during
the family's recent be-
reavement.

In Cherished Memory
of Brother

JERRY
GLADSTONE

Who passed away on Nov.
9, 1964 (5th of Kislev,
5725).
You will never be for-
gotten, cherished
brother,
Nor will you ever be.
As long as life and mem-
ories last,
None can fill your vacant
place.
Sadly missed these last
three years
By Brother, Arthur

OBITUARIES

Judge Samuel Halpert,
Former Detroiter, 62

Dentist Harry Kamins;
Friend to Lions Team

Dr. Harry H. Kamins, dentist for
many years with offices in the
David Broderick Tower, died
Thursday at age 69. Dr. Kamins
was retired the past five years.
Born in Chicago, Dr. Kamins
was a graduate of Northwestern
University dental school He was
team dentist for the Detroit Lions
during the 1940s and continued
to Maintain close ties with the
players. He himself played profes-
sional football and was a boxer.
Dr. Kamins was a founder and past
board member of Tam O'Shanter
Country Club.
• Dr. Kamins leaves h i s wife,
Verna, 2501 Woodstock; a son, Gary
Oliver; a brother Barney of Los
Angeles; and three sisters, Mrs.
Frances Luery, Mrs. Ann Rosen-
thal, Mrs. Louis (Mary) Cohen,
all of Chicago.

Michael Epstein, 74

Michael Epstein, secretary and
cofounder in 1946 of Reubin Manu-
facturing Co., 1040 W. Fort, died
Monday at age 74.
Mr. Epstein, 10'703 Santa Maria,
was born in Russia. He was a
member of Cong. Shaarey Zedek.
Surfivors are his wife, Belle;
two sons, Nathan of Washington,
D.C. and Saul; a daughter, Mrs.
Jarvis (Pearl) Franzblau of Ann
Arbor; three sisters, Mrs. Fannie
Carr, Mrs. Abe (Jennie) Landy
and Mrs. Minnie Rosenblatt, all of
San Antonio; and four grand-
children.

ELSIE BENJAMIN, 24321 Jerome
Oak Park, died Dec. 4. She leaves
her husband, Jacob B.; a son,
Neil; a daughter, Mrs. Myron (Lin-
da) Tink; one brother and two
grandchildren.



MANUEL BUSCH, 21941 Park-
lawn, Oak Park, died Dec. 2. Sur-
vived by his wife, Beatrice; a son,
Stanley; two daughters, Mrs. Louis
(Geraldine) Viedrah and Mrs.
Manuel (Rose) Levine; one broth-
er; one sister and five grand-
children.
• * *
RUTH CARNICK, 18105 Oak
Dr., died Dec. 4. She leaves two
sons, James of Toledo, and Neil;
three daughters, Mrs. Bertram
(Fern) Edelstein, Mrs. Victor
(Susan) Koponen and Candyce
Beth; one brother, three sisters
and four grandchildren.


SOLOMON N. COSTRELL, 11501
Petoskey, died Dec. 3. He leaves
his wife, Annie; two sons, Edwin
S. and Louis, a daughter, Mrs.
Walter (Natalie) Frazis; and 11
grandchildren.



IDA FEINBERG, 19100 W. Seven
Mile, died Dec. 3. Survived by two
sons, Edward and Harvey; one sis-

Irwin Heiman, Owner
of Bowl-O-Drome Alleys

Irwin H. Heiman, attorney and
co-owner of Bowl-O-Drome bowling
alleys, died Sunday. Mr. Heiman,
8805 Kingswood, was age 61.
Born in Poland, Mr. Heiman was
a graduate of DePaul Law School
in 1933. He was a member of Adas
Shalom Synagogue, Pisgah Lodge
of Bnai Brith and the American
Bar Association.
Mr. Heiman leaves his wife,
Sylvia; a son, Edward; a daughter,
Mrs. Bernard (Jo Ann) Kahn; his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Hei-
man; three brothers, Joseph, Sol
and Morris; two sisters, Mrs. Tillie
Less and Mrs. Faye Silverman, both
of Chicago; and one grandchild.

Anti-Fascist Scholar

ROME (JTA) - Prof. Georgio
Levi della Vida, an internationally
famous scholar and authority on
Hebrew, Semitic and Islamic stud-
ies, died here at age 81. He was
eulogized by President Giuseppe
Saragat for his academic achieve-
ments and his opposition to the
fascist regime.
Dr. della Vida was one of 12
distinguished professors who re-
fused to take an oath of loyalty
to the fascist government in 1930
and preferred exile to life in a
fascist country. During his period
of exile, he taught at the University
of Pennsylvania. At the time of his
death, he was professor emeritus
at Rome University, the Accade-
mia de Lincei, the Hebrew Univer-
sity in Jerusalem and at other
Italian and foreign institutions.

Morris Silber, Age 72

Morris Silber, 20300 Pierson,
died Monday at age 72.
Mr. Silber, a jobber in the whole-
sale dry goods business, was in
the Labor Zionist movement. Born
in Latvia, he lived in Detroit 48
Rabbi Bezalel Cohen, years.
Surviving are his wife, Ethel;
Head of Mizrachi, 66 two sons, Michael and Dr. David,
JERUSALEM (TPA) - Cabinet who teaches at George Washington
members, rabbis and other public University; and one grandchild.
figures attended the funeral Mon-
Teach your child to hold his
day of Rabbi Bezalel Cohen, acting
chairman of the world executive tongue. He'll learn fast enough to
of Mizrachi-Hapoel Hamizrachi who speak. .
-(Poor Richard's Almanack, 1744)
died Sunday at age 66.

ter, nine grandchildren and one
great-grandchild.
• • •
MORRIS FEINGOLD, former De-
troiter of Hollywood, Fla., died
Dec. 1. Survived by his wife, Stella;
a son Norman of Detroit; a daugh-
ter, Mrs. Selma Kaplan of Detroit
and three grandchildren.
• • •
ETHEL FISHER, 19782 Whit-
comb, died Dec. 6. Survived by
two daughters Mrs. Michael (Phyl-
lis) Mitz and Mrs. Hyman (Mari-
lyn) Blinder; one brother, three
sisters and three grandchildren.
• • •
MAX FLEISCHER, 17111 Second,
died Nov. 30. He leaves his wife,
Eva.



EVA FRANKLIN of Memphis
died Dec. 5. Survived by four sons,
Abe and Manny of Detroit and
Harry and Morris; two daughters,
Mrs. Reubin Applebaum and Mrs.
Harry Bernstein of Memphis; 13
grandchildren and 12 great-grand-
children.



BESSIE GINSBURG of Cincin-
nati died Nov. 30. She leaves four
daughters, Mrs. Samuel (Evelyn)
Linden of Detroit, Mrs. Rose
Rosen, Mrs. Edith Collin and Mrs.
Sarah Nadel, all of Cincinnati; and
a son, Samuel J. Ginsburg, also of
Cincinnati.



MARY GOLDMAN, 12738 La-
Salle, Huntington Woods, died Dec.
6. She leaves two daughters, Mrs.
Abraham (Beatrice) Sacks and
Mrs. David (Pearl) Fischman of
Brooklyn; one sister, three grand-
children and two great-grandchil-
dren. Interment New York.
• • •
DAVID LEVY of Burbank,
Calif., died Nov. 8. Survived by his
wife, Helen; two sons, Charles and
Martin; three sisters, Mrs. Irving
(Dorothy) Teper and Mrs. Louis
(Fay) Levine, both of Detroit, and
Mrs. Daniel (Shirley) Meyers, for-
mer Detroiter; and two grandchild-
ren. Interment Burbank.
• • •
LILLIAN L. LEWIS of Detroit
died Nov. 28. Survived by nieces
and nephews.



DORIS MICHAELS, 13730 Dex-
ter, died Dec. 5. Survived by her
husband, Louis; four brothers and
four sisters.
• • •
BLUMA ROSEN, 385 Merton,
died Dec. 5. She leaves a son, Louis
of Toronto; four daughters, Mrs.
Isador (Rosalie) Brodsky, Mrs.
Jules (Belva) Granet, Beatrice and
Mrs. Joseph (Lottie) Sciales of
Buffalo; one brother, one sister,

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Jack Wayne
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Sonia LaFond
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Dr. Joseph Carlebach 9
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Eva Zitrin
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Alex Cohen
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Ross Hannah
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Solomon
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Bernice Berman
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Jacob Fink
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oseph Gorman
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Frances Jacobs
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Esther Kransberg
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Asna Gottlieb
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Israel Brown
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Harry Braun
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David Katler
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Seymour Tlichin
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Rubin W. Kaplan
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Clara Zahler
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Esther Eckman
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Mary Kress
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Alice Katz
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William Rothman
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Moses Grossberg
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KATIE RUBIN, 19178 Tracey,
died Nov. 30. She leaves her hus-
band, Barney; a son, Irving; and
one grandchild.



LENA SCOTT, 3828. Tuxedo, died
Dec. 2. Survived by two sisters,
Mrs. Becky Epstein and Mrs.
Sophie Pfeiffer.
• • •
ANNE SHEKTMAN, 20503 Ox-
ley, died Dec. 5. Survived by a
son, Alex of Israel; a daughter,
Mrs. Hyman (Tillie) Michalson,
one sister, seven grandchildren and
one great-grandchild.
• • •
ETHEL STONE, former Detroit-
er of Los Angeles, died Dec. 2.
Survived by three sons, Joseph,
Edward and Harold; one brother
and nine grandchildren. Interment
Los Angeles.
• • •
FRIEDA URKANSKY, 3 0 9 0
Longfellow, Windsor, died Nov. 30.
Survived by her husband, Abra-
ham; one brother and three sisters.

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