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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-01-26

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, January 26, 1968-39

Israel Zilber, Former Detroit Zionist,
Community Leader, Dies in Cleveland

Israel Zilber, former Detroit movements; Norman Albert of San
Zionist and community leader who
rancisco and a ce of Boston -
was active in the early Keren a daughter, Mrs. Mort (Blume)
Hayesod campaigns here, died Sat- Marcus of Miami; 11 grandchil-
urday morning—on his 69th birth- dren, two brothers and two sisters.
day. He had moved with his family
Mr. Zilber, in his early years of
to Cleveland and their home was his settlement in Detroit, after
at 19436 Van Aken Blvd., Shaker coming here from Baltimore, was
Heights, 0.
an officer of the Zionist Organiza-
Surviving him are his wife, tion of Detroit, was a leader of a
Bessie; three sons, Sidney, of Young Judaea group and among
Shaker Heights, prominent in na- the active pioneers in the Jewish
tional United Jewish Appeal and National Fund here. He partici-
in many Cleveland social service pated in many other social service
causes, and one of Detroit's most
generous philanthropists.
Evelyn Woolman, 68,
He was a life member of the
Zionist Organization of Detroit and
Active Caubwoman
Evelyn A. Woolman, a member retained other Detroit affiliations.
of several communal and charita-
ble organizations, died Jan. 18 at Prominent Windsorite,
age 68.
Mrs. Bertha Schwartz,
Mrs. Woolman, 17262 Westhamp-
ton, Southfield, was born in Russia Wife of Merchant
and lived in Detroit for the past
Mrs. Bertha Schwartz, wife of
54 years. She was a member of Harry R. Schwartz, managing di-
Cong. Adas Shalom and its sister- rector of Red Robin, Ltd., in Wind-
hood, Hadassah, Women's Ameri- sor, died Jan. 12.
can ORT, City of Hope, the
Mrs. Schwartz, who was born
Tuesday Night Club and a charter
in Toronto, lived in Windsor for
member of Zedaka.
the past 28 years. She was active
Surviving are her husband, in women's service work, and was
Louis; a son, Herbert; two daugh- a member of Hadassah and served
t ers, Mrs. (Sheila) c us- ! as head of its Youth Aliya com-
sler and Mrs. Erwin (Barbara) I mittee for many years. A graduate
Cohen; a sister, Mrs. Aaron of the University of Toronto,
she
(Anne) Fellman; and nine grand-'
had a special interest in education
children.
and was active in this field at
Shaar Hashomayim Synagogue.
Mrs. Schwartz is survived by
her husband, 2233 Victoria; two
The Family of the Late
sons, Charles Jonathan and
MAX
Samuel, both of Toronto; two sis-
ters, Mrs. Sara Goldstick and Mrs.
WASSERMAN
David Polter, both of Toronto; and
Acknowledges with grate-
three brother, Jacob Kaplan of
ful appreciation the many
Toronto, Dr. Charles Kaplan of
kind expressions of sym-
, Seattle and Dr. Sidney Kaplan of
pathy extended by rela-
Vancouver, B.C.
tives and friends during
the family's recent be-
Maurice Levin of N.Y.;
reavement.

Merchant, Philanthropist

The Family of the Late

SAM FEALK

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

The Family of the Late

FANNIE HARRIS

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

The Family of the Late

RAE RUBIN

Acknowledges with grate-
ful appreciation the many
kind expressions of sym-
pathy extended by relit-
lives and friends during
the family's recent be-
reavement,

NEW YORK — Maurice Levin,
president of the old Hearn Depart-
' ment Stores, Inc., a founder of
Brandeis University and of the
Albert Einstein College of Medicine
of Yeshiva University, died Sunday
at age 78 in Miami Beach.
The son of a Jewish scholar and
philosopher, Mr. Levin never got
beyond elementary school but he
parlayed a door-to-door notions
business into a selling career that
made a fortune.
Among his other interests were
the Jewish National Fund and the
Hebrew University, where he es-
tablished the Ida and Maurice
Levin Dental Clinic: He was vice
president of two family founda-
tions, J. M. Kaplan Fund, Inc.,
and the Faigel Leah Foundation,
Inc., which supported social ser-
vice and medical institutions.

Lou Elliman's Brother; 68

OBITUARIES

MAX BIER of Brooklyn died
Jan. 8. Survived by his wife, Judy;
two sons, Lonnie and Ronnie; a
daughter, Bonnie; one brother and
three sisters, including Mrs. Ben
(Sylvia) Glicksman of Detroit.
Interment Kerhonkson, N.Y.
* * *
MAX BLUM, 1280 W. Seven Mile,
died Jan. 18. He leaves a son,
Irving Plum; a daughter, Mrs.
Sidney S. (Ruth) Wigler; two
grandchildren and one great-grand-
child.
* * *
MARY COSCARELLY, 9995
died
Jan. 18. Survived
Rutherfoord ,
by her husband, Anthony; one
brother and three sisters.
* * *
HELEN L. DIETZ, 14200 Trinity,
died Jan. 22. She leaves two sons,
Elvin and Arnold; two brothers,
one sister and seven grandchildren.
* * *
FANNIE ENGEL, 19017 Purling-
brook, Livonia died Jan. 17. Sur-
vived by her husband, Edward; a
son, Aaron; a daughter, Mrs. Jack
(Marlene) Chareton of Granada.
Calif.; two sisters and four grand-
children.
• • •
JACOB M. FELDSTEIN of Tu-
cson died Jan. 22. He leaves two
cousins, Charles of Evanston and
Mrs. George G. (Sadie) Goldberg
of Detroit. Interment Detroit.

Benjamin Coggan, Owner

of Daisy Cleaners

Benjamin Coggan, owner of the
Daisy Cleaners in Detroit and
Bloomfield, died Jan. 19 at age 69.
Mr. Coggan, who was born in
Russia, lived in Detroit for 54
years, 50 of them at work in the
cleaning field.
He was a member of Cong.
Shaarey Zedek and Perfection
Lodge F&AM.
Survivors include his wife, Paul-
ine, 17371 Greenfield; three daugh-
ters, Mrs. Robert (Ruth Ann)
Boesky, Mrs. Leo (Miriam) Sonne
and Mrs. Samuel (Barbara) Weiss
of Deerfield, Ill.; three brothers,
Dr. Samuel, Dr. Robert and
Nathan Cohn of Miami Beach; a
sister, Mrs. Jack (Rose) Wert-
heimer; and 12 grandchildren.

Architect Irvin Feig

Irvin D. Feig, architect-engineer
for the Eberle Smith Associates,
Inc., 950 W. Fort, died Jan. 20 at
age 55.
Mr. Feig, a member of the
American Institute of Architects
and Temple Emanu-El, was born in
Czechoslovakia and lived in De-
troit the past 54 years. He resided
at 26529 Dundee, Huntington
Woods.
Survivors are his wife, Shirley;
a son, Jerome; a daughter, Bar-
bara; a brother Milton of Bay City;
and three sisters, Mrs. Sam (Mol-
lie) Cherrin, Mrs. Robert (Gert-
rude) Blumlo and Rose.

Dr. Harry Elliman, 68, brother
of Louis Elliman of Detroit, died
in London, England, Jan. 20.
The deceased, an ophthamologist,
had moved from his lifelong home
Jack Bookstein, cofounder of the
in Belfast, Ireland, three years H. J. Bookstein Furniture Co. 41
ago.
years ago at 6207 Chene, died
Other survivors are another bro- Monday. He was 72.
ther, Dr. Joseph Elliman, Dublin,
Mr. Bookstein, 20438 Renfrew,
two sisters in London and two sis- was born in Poland and resided in
ters in Dublin.
Detroit for the past 55 years. He
was a member of Montefiore
CARD OF THANKS
Lodge and the Lovitcher Society.
Mr. Bookstein leaves his wife,
The family of the Iate Mollie
Silverstein acknowledges with Nellie; a brother, Hyman; and five
grateful appreciation the many sisters, Mrs. Louis (Esther) La-
kind expressions of sympathy ex- Med, Mrs. Jack (Ann) Tucker, Mrs.
tended by relatives, friends and Sarah Novograd, Mrs. Louis (Em-
rabbis during the family's recent ma) Nathanson and Mrs. Rose
Weisbrot.
bereavement.

SAM GETTLEMAN, 277351
Sylvan, Warren, died Jan. 22. He
leaves his wife, Pauline; one
brother and one sister.
• • •
ARTHUR M. GLASER, 8734 W.
Seven Mile, died Jan. 14. He leaves
his wife, Eva; a son, Sidney; two
daughters, Mrs. Charles (Bernice)
Robinson and Mrs. Newton (Adele)
Berlin; one brother, one sister,
four grandchildren and two great-
grandchildren.
* *
MECHEL GREENBAUM; 18958
Kentucky, died Jan. 19. Survived
by his wife, Mollie; three sons.
Harry, Kune and Benjamin of
Tampa; a daughter, Mrs. Mina
Kresch; one sister; 15 grandchil-
dren and 20 great-grandchildren.

HENRY HIRSCHORN, of Jack- 1
son died Jan. 17. He leaves a '
son, Dr. Sigmund of Brooklyn; a
daughter, Mrs. J. H. (Sylvia)
Ahronheim; and seven grandchil-
dren. Interment Brooklyn.

* * *

JACOB KIMMEL of Chicago,
died Jan. 19. He leaves a son,
Philip; four nephews and a niece.
including Henry, George and Lil-
lian Lewis, all of Detroit. Inter-
ment Detroit.

*
GUSSIE LABEL, 16200 W. Nine
Mile, Southfield, died Jan. 22. Sur-
vived by a son, Morris H.; seven
daughters, Mrs. Abe (Molly)
Munitz of Akron, Mrs. Julius
(Eva) Yochelson and Fay LaBell,
both of Los Angeles, Mrs. L. Later
(Ethel) Shapiro, Mrs. Gerson
(Libby) Horton, Mrs. Ben (Sara)
Meyerson of Tucson and Mildred
LaBell; two sisters, 13 grand-
children a n d 1 7 great-grand.
children.
• • •
REBECCA LAZERSON of Ro-
chester, N.Y., died Jan. 15. Sur-
vived by three sons, Hy, Irvin and
Nat of Detroit; one sister, six
grandchildren and 14 great-grand-
children. Interment Rochester.

DINAH MASLOWSKY, 18509
Woodingharn, died Jan. 22. Sur-
vived by three sons, Morrie Mas-
lowe, Percy Maslowe and Ben;
three daughters, Mrs. Avrom
(Annie) Kleinplatz and Mrs. Harry
(Frieda) Abramowitz, both of Los
Angeles, and Mrs. Morris (Rose)
Sokoloff; seven grandchildren and
one great-grandchild.
• • •
ROSE MAUR, 18501 Mendota,
died Jan. 23. Survived by her hus-
band, Louis; a daughter, Mrs.
Frank (Annie) Schoenfeld of Ran-
dallstown, Md.; her father, Morris
Wasserman of California; t w o
brothers and two grandchildren.

Sid Wolfson's
MONUMENT CENTER, INC

441 E. III MILE, FERNDALE
1 1/2 Blocks E. of Woodward
Elks, from 3 Jewish
Cemeteries on Woodward
JO 44337
LI 24218

Jack Bookstein, 72

18325 W. 9 MILE RD IN SOUTHFIELD

EVA POLLACK, 13410 North-
field, Oak Park, died Jan. 21. She
leaves a son, Elvin; two daugh-
ters, Mrs. Loren (Rayetta) Kadet
of Phoenix and Mrs. Al (Selma)
Emoff of Orlando; two brothers,
eight grandchildren and three
great-grandchildren.

LOUIS ROSENBAUM, former
Detroiter of Los Angeles, died Jan.
18. He leaves his wife, Estelle;
three daughters, Mrs. Charles
(Miriam), Moss, Mrs. Edward
(Isabel) Fenton and Jeanette; all
of Detroit; his mother, Mrs. Sadie
five
one brother,
Stollerm an ;
grandchildren and two great-grand-
children. Interment Detroit.
*

ELLIS SHEPLOW, 22201 Morton,
Oak Park, died Jan. 21 in Miami.
Survived by his wife, Bessie; a
son, Marvin; a daughter, Mrs.
two
David (Shirley) Moscow;
brothers, one sister and five grand-
children.

REMEMBER
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During the coming
week Yeshiva Beth
Yehuda will observe
the Yahrzeit of the
following departed
friends, with the
traditional Memorial
Prayers, recitation of
Kaddish and study-
ing of Mishnayes.

t4" ,,, ew Civil
Teves Jan.
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Reizel Babetsh
27
Meyer Mirsky
27
Helen Ratner
27
Beatrice Stepsay
28
Helen Mandell
28
Mollie Weingarden
28
Rose Bloch
28
Lillian Epstein
28
Jacob Rothbard
Mordechai M. Hoffman 29
29
Mollie Greenspoon
29
George Cetron '
29
Beatrice Shoob
Shevat
1
Anna Posner
1
Saul H. Cohen
1
Sylvia Weiss
1
Blume Rosenbaum
1
Rachel Sachs
1
Noah Leib Heifetz
1
Fannie Patiojohn
1
Fruma Edelman

Fanny Lubow
Sarah Finley Copin
Sarah Faber
Sarah Saks
Moses Henry Thorn
Morris Levitt
Edith German
Flora Levy
Martin Fine
Abraham Morris Corn
Louis Kideckel
Sarah Hootner
Max Sitrin
Bessie Bicoll

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