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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-01-05

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, January 5, 1968 - 39

OBITUARIES

Hillel Foundation Gets $60,000 Grant

DAVID AJZNER, 24661 Rens-
selaer, Oak Park, died Jan. 1. Sur-
vived by his wife, Cyrla; a son,
Alex; and three brothers.
• • •
JAKE ARHUS, 24350 Clover-
lawn, Oak Park, died Dec. 30. Sur-
vived by his wife, Lily; two sons,
Albert and David; two daughters,
Mrs. Alex (Celia) Goldberg and
Ida; eight grandchildren and 11
great-grandchildren.
• • *
JOSEPH BASSIN, 18256 Bir-
wood, died Jan. 3. He leaves his
wife, Rose; three sons, Max, Frank
and Charles; a daughter, Mrs.
Arnold (Freida) Eisenberg; five
grandchildren and one great-grand-
child.
• • •
SAM BLAU, 17177 Stoepel, died
Dec. 29. He leaves his wife, Helen;
a daughter, Mrs. Charles (Annette)
Levenburg; a son, Dr. Adolph
Lowe; a son-in-law, Irwin Sigman;
two grandchildren and one grand-
daughter.
• • •
ABRAHAM B R 0 A D, 13318
Sherwood, Huntington Woods, died
Jan. 2. He leaves a son, Soli; two
Rabbi Benjamin M. Hahn (left), national director of Bnal Brith
Hillel Foundations, accepts a $60,000 check presented by Gibson I.
daughters; Mrs. Solly (Elaine)
Wright for the Charles E. Merrill Trust to provide grants to con-
Lewis and Mrs. Alexander (Abbye)
gregational and Hillel rabbis for independent study and research
Carney; four brothers, three sis-
ters, six grandchildren and two
projects "to deepen their competence in those branches of learning
great-grandchildren.
required to interpret the complexity of the modern world against the
• • •
background of Jewish tradition and values." The grant is the third
BEN BROWN, 3238 Calvert,
given Hillel In recent years by the Merrill Trust. Two others of
died Jan. 2. No survivors.
$20,000 each are currently being used to assist Hillel expand and
• * •
intensify Its programs of fellowship and study among Jewish college
BELLE COHEN, 17587 Sorrento,
faculty members.
died Jan. 2. She leaves her hus-
band, Herbert; a son, Sanford; a
daughter, Mrs. Howard (Brenda)
Rosenberg; her father, Louis Mind-
Charles H. Aller, owner of Sher- also was a charter member of lin; one brother and three sisters.
wood Hall convalescent home, 3030 Temple Israel.
Mr. Alter, 16500 N. Park Blvd.,
Greenfield for the past five years,
Southfield, leaves his wife, An-
died Monday at age 66.
Founder and former president nette; a son, Michael; a brother,
of Wayne Cut Stone Co., Mr. Aller, B. Gordon. and two sisters, Mrs.
a native of New York, was active Albert (Emma) Simons and Mrs.
Mollie Silverstein, a 50 - year
in several community organizations, Doralene Weston.
member of Workmen's Circle
including Perfection Lodge F&AM,
Branch 111, was struck and killed
Intercollegiate Club of Detroit, Beardsley-Illustrated
by an automobile while she was
Hannah Schloss Old Timers, De-
crossing Eight Mile Rd. at Oak-
troit Consistory, Moslem Shrine `Salome' in Paperback
It's not often that the illustrator field Saturday afternoon.
and Town and Country Club. He
of a play shares equal billing with
Mrs. Silverstein, '73, of 20510
the author, unless, of course, the Fenmore, was born in London and
artist in question is Aubrey Beards- came to Detroit 54 years ago, She
Dr. Benjamin Benari,
ley. The illustrations Beardsley was on the executive committee of
Author. Labor Zionist
NEW YORK —(JTA)— Dr. Ben- created for the first English edi- Workmen's Circle at the time of
jamin Benari, Hebrew educator tion of "Salome" by Oscar Wilde her death.
Survivors are her husband, Ben-
and author, and a leader in the are not only as famous as the
Labor Zionist movement, died play they are also inextricably jamin L.; two sons, Phillip and Jim
Silverstone; two daughters, Sarah
here Dec 29 at age 59. Dr. Benari identified with it.
Dover Publications has just re- of San Francisco and Mrs. Max
had been administrative assistant
(Ella) Goodman of Tucson; two
printed
in
facsimile
the
entire
text
at Seward Park High School in
brothers, Karl and Dr. Louis R.
New York City. He was born in of the first (1894) edition of "Sal-
Goodman of Los Angeles; two sis-
a
paper-
ome"
by
Oscar
Wilde
in
Poland, where he attended the Mir
ters, Mrs. Joseph (Fanny) Katz
Yeshiva before coming to the back, together with the 10 full- and Janet; six grandchildren and
United States with his family in page driwings by Aubrey Beards- eight great-grandchildren.
ley
that
appeared
in
that
edition
1922. He joined the Labor Zionist
youth movemens in 1932, and later Beardsley's front and back cover
held executive posts in the LZOA designs, his title page and list Dr. Joseph Kissman;
and t h e Farband-Labor Zionist of illustration decorations, and
the cul-de-Lampe. The Dover edi- Author and Journalist
Order.
tion also includes three drawings
(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish Newt)}
that were never used, an alter-
NEW
YORK—Dr. Joseph Kiss-
nate cover sketch, and the drawing
man, attorney, journalist, ex-presi-
entitled "J'ai baise to bouche, Io-
Regina Rosenberg, wife of the kanaan" which Beardsley did for dent of the Jewish Labor Bund of
late Samuel Rosenberg, founder the "Studio." All the illustrations Romania and a former member of
and president of Cadillac Packing in the Dover edition have been the presidium of the Jewish Na-
Co., 2343 Russell, died Sunday at reproduced in their original state, tional Committee of Australia,
died here Sunday at age 78.
age 68.
mostly from a rare portfolio.
Born in the old Austro-Hunga-
Mrs. Rosenberg was past
rian Empire, he received a doc-
president of Bnai Moshe Sisterhood
torate in law at the University of
and also belonged to Hadassah and Brandeis U. Prof. Dies
AUBURNDALE, Mass. — Dr. Da- Vienna in 1913. He emigrated to
the Jewish Home for Aged Auxil-
iary. Formerly of Youngstown, 0., vid L. Falkoff, 46, professor of the United States in 1937. A mem-
she lived in the Detroit area for physics and former chairman of ber of the staff of the Forward,
50 years. Her residence was at the department at Brandeis Uni- Yiddish Daily, he also was active
versity, died last week.
as a member of the staff of the
22148 Dante, Oak Park.
He was associate editor of the Jewish Labor Committee. He was
Surviving are a son, Dr. Ber-
nard, professor of sociology at American Journal of Physics and a an author, among whose works was
City College of New York; a staff member of Mathematical Re- a history of Romanian Jews.
daughter, Mrs. Abraham (Leona) views, as well as the author of a
Drive carefully over the holiday,
Kutlov; and five grandchildren. number of articles for Physical
Her late brother was Sidney Review and other research jour- so you and others can enjoy them-
selves.
nals.
Leichtman.

Charles Aller; Owned Sherwood Hall

Mollie Silverstein
Killed in Accident

Regina Rosenberg

PEARL FISCHMAN of Brook-
lyn died Jan. 1. Survived by her
husband, David; a son, Richard
of Washington; a sister, Mrs. Al
(Bea) Sacks of Detroit; and two
grandchildren. Interment Brook-
lyn.
* • •
GEORGE G. GOLDBERG, 8106
E. Jefferson, died Dec. 31. He
leaves his wife, Sadie; a brother,
Daniel; and a sister, Mrs. Hattie
Feuerman.
• • •
EUGENE E. GROSS, 19474
Montrose, died Dec. 31. He leaves
two sons, Jerrold and Barton L.;
four brothers and three sisters.
• • •
PEARL JACOBS, 3378 Richton,
died Jan. 3. She leaves a son, Dan;
two daughters, Mrs. Morris (Ann)
Watnick and Mrs. Max (Arlene)
Golcrarb of Los Angeles; eight
grandchildren and two great-grand-
children.
* • •
ANNA KAHN, former Detroiter
of Los Angeles, died Jan. 3. Sur-
vived by a son, Saul; two daugh-
ters, Mrs. Bernard Besman and
Mrs. Henry Kaplan; one brother
and 10 grandchildren. Interment
Detroit.
* • •
FREDA KAUFFMAN, former
Detroiter of Morton Grove, Ill.,
died Jan. 2. She leaves a daughter,
Mrs. Leonard (Peggy) Kahan; two
brothers, Louis Cohen of Detroit
and Jack of Florida; two sisters,
Mrs. Harry (Dorothy) Levy and
Mrs. Anna Parker, both of De-
troit; and three grandchildren. In-
terment Detroit.
• • •
KATE SCHOENFIELD, 16215
Oxley, Southfield, died Dec. 30.
She leaves a brother, Dr. Gilbert
of Bay Harbor, Fla.; and three
sisters, Mrs. (Hilda) Milton Page,
Mrs. Paul (Rose) Vago and Mrs.
Marcel (Laura) Dreyfus of
Youngstown, Ohio.
* * *
HANNAH SITRIN of Utica,
N.Y., died Jan. 3. Survived by her
husband, Charles; a son, Herbert
of Middletown, N.Y.; a daughter,
Mrs. Jules (Elaine) Ramm of Buf-
falo; two sisters, Mrs. Walter Field
of Detroit and Sarah Densen, for-
mer Detroiter of Los Angeles; and
f our grandchildren. Interment
Utica.
• • •
SARAH WEIMAN, 10220 Oak
Park Blvd., Oak Park, died Dec.
30. She leaves a son, Sam- three
daughters, Mrs. Jack (Dorothy)
Rubin of Minnesota, Mrs. Fannie
Seffinger and Mrs. Isadore (Cady)
Eisenberg; two brothers, one sis-
ter, seven grandchildren and one
great-grandchild.

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troditsonol Memorial
Prayers, recitation of
Kaddish and study-
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Hebrew Civil
Ter's Jan.
Samuel Robinson
Norman Stern
Jacob Cohn
Ben Feldman
Fannie Gutman
Israel Schiussel
Sarah Milmet
Zelda Kleiman
David W. Diskin
Lee Gladstone
Liba E. Agronovitz
Benjamin Ettinger
Ethel Leah Weiner
Israel Shulman
Dorothy Misrach
Rose Feld
Sam Siegel
Harry Keys
Fayga Gitel Chesiuk
Munisch Oldscheeier
Edith Lewis Marx
Bernard Bloch
Israel Lubow
Aaron Natinsky
Benjamin Schlussel
Nettie Friedman
Pauline Cohen
Mendel Stawis
Benjamin Green
1
1
Rebecca Weisberg
1
Anna Roth
Chayeh Leah Grossman 1
11
Jacob K. Palman
1
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1
Menachem Cohen
11
Sol Levin
1
11
Hyman R. Cohen
1
11
Rachel Sperling
1
11
1
Bertha Skolnick
11
Hyman Snyder
1
11
Julius Schwartz
1
11
Morris Radner
1
11
Saul Kohn
1
11
Samuel David Freeman 1
11
Hinde Levin
1
12
Morris Levin
1
12
Mildred Moskovitz
1
12
Theresa Sonnenfeld
1
12
Samuel B. Kempner 1
12
Vette Koppel
1
12
Solomon LIzowski
1
12
Morris Schechter
1
13
Fanny Weitzman
1
13
1
Fayga Kuhn
13
Levi Kuhn
1
13
Gittel Freeman
1
13
Dina Cohen
1
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HARRY WEINSTOCK, 16171
Snowden, died Jan. 2. He leaves
his wife, Lee; three brothers,
Charles, William of Miami Beach
and Murray of Toronto and three
sisters, Mrs. Hyman (Bertha) Cot-
ton and Mrs. Annie Skulko, both
of Toronto, and Mrs. Rose Saltz-
man of Beverly Hills, Calif.
* • •
EVA WETSMAN, 641 Coving-
ton, died Jan. 1. She leaves her
husband, Harry; and a sister, Mrs.
Sadie Weinstein.
*
TILLIE WROTZLAWSKY, 24621
Cloverlawn, Oak Park, died Dec.
31. Survived by three daughters,
Mrs. Nathan (Annie) Kleiner, Mrs.
Lillian Katanick and Bella; and
three grandchildren.

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