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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS



Friday, February 2, 1968-39

OBITUARIES

British Profs Bid Kremlin Norman Gerstenfeld, 63,
to Grant Rights to Jews
Noted Washington Rabbi

LONDON (JTA) - Two hundred
and twenty-five professors and in-
structors at 20 British universities
signed a full-page advertisement
in the Times of London urging the
Soviet Union to grant Russian Jews
the rights accorded to all other
ethnic and national minorities in
the USSR.
The appeal was sponsored by
the Inter-University Jewish Feder-
ation and the Universities Commit-
tee for Soviet Jewery which are
comprised of Jewish and non-
Jewish students.
It called on Prime Minister Ko-
sygin to honor his pledge of last
year that Russian Jews who wish
to may emigrate in order to be
reunited with their families in
other countries.
Gordon Hausmann, speaking for
the organizers, told the Jewish
Telegraphic Agency that the signa-
tures were collected on very short
notice and accurately reflected the
feeling in academic circles and
among British intellectuals gener-
ally on what they consider a grave
moral issue. One of the signers was
Sir William Hayter, former British
ambassador to Moscow, who now
teaches at New College.

1 In Memoriam I

In Memory Of

DORA FIEDLER
By Rhoda Zahavie Shames

I pray for her though not in church
Nor in a temple holy,
But in my heart an altar stanch;
And there I worship solely.
No prayer book rest upon my hands,
The petitions neither paged nor nuns.
bered.
But often times are upon my lips,
For in my heart they slumber.

• •

In loving memory of my dear
son Martin Fine, who passed away
Jan. 24, 1947 (3 days in Shevat),
at age 14. Gone but not forgotten,
always missed by his mother Lilly
Fine.

In Loving Memory of

HARRY SITNER

Beloved husband, father,
and grandfather who left
us all broken.bearted one
year ago, Feb. 1, 1967.
Your sorrowing wife Shir-
ley, children and grand.
children.

AMMI111 ■ 111MIW

In Loving Memory of
Our Mother

ANNA LaBRET

Sadly missed and always
remembered by her chil-
dren, Mrs. Benjamin
(Clara) Levinson, Dorothy
Wuntner, Ida Gottesman
and Ben LaBret.

The Family of the Late

MEYER STEWART

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.

WASHINGTON (JTA) - Rabbi
Norman Gerstenfeld, spiritual
leader of the Washington. Hebrew
Congregation, and one of the best
known clergymen in the nation's
capital, died Saturday at age 63.
Born in London, the reform
rabbi came to the United States in
1917, and was ordained at the
Hebrew Union College in Cincin-
nati. He also held degrees from
the American University here and
was a Fellow in Jewish Philosophy
at HUC in 1935.

Abraham Spicehandler

NEW YORK - Abraham Spice-
handler, 79, a founder and former
president of Histadrut Ivrit and of
Hadoar Hebrew weekly magazine,
a leader in the Zionist Organiza-
tion of America and the Jewish
National Fund, died Jan. 26 in a
Woodmere, L. I. nursing home.
He had retired 10 years ago as
president of Southern Threat Corp.

Sosnick Tribute Meeting

A memorial meeting in tribute
to the late Isidore Sosnick will be
held 8 p.m. Monday at Turover
Hall under the sponsorship of
Turover Aid Society, its auxiliary
and Cong. Ezras Achim.

Memorials For 27 Teachers
KIRYAT ANAVIM-A monument
to the memory of 27 teachers who
fell during the Six-Day War was
dedicated by the JNF in the Teach-
ers' Forest near Kiryat Anavim.

Herman Goldman, Lawyer
and Philanthropist, Dead at 87
NEW YORK (JTA) - Herman
Goldman, a corporation lawyer and
tax expert whose philanthropies
benefited many medical institu-
tiors in the New York area, died
h • Jan. 24 at the age of 87.
.... brother of the late Albert
Goldman, postmaster of New York,
Mr. Goldman was born in New
York, and was educated at City
College and the New York Law
School. He represented many
foreign and domestic steamship
lines and was, at the time of his
death, a director of the United
States Lines.

Monument
Unveiling

Unveiling announcements may be In
serted by mall or by calling The Jewish
News office. 17100 W. 7 Mile Rd., De-
trait 48235, VE 8-9364. Written an-
ItOnneements must be accompanied by
the name and address of the person
making the insertion. There is a stand-
ing charge of $3.50 for an unveiling
notice, measuring an inch in depth,
and $7.00 for one two inches deep with
A black border.
a • •

The family of the late David
Ajzner announces the unveiling of
a monument in his memory 11
a.m. SUnday, Feb. 4, at Chesed
shel Emes Cemetery. Rabbi Gold-
schlag will officiate. Relatives and
friends are asked to attend.

* •

SADIE HORNICK, 15866 Appo-
line, died Jan. 31. Survived by
her husband, Samuel; two sons,
Israel and Morris; three daugh-
ters, Mrs. Hyman (Evelyn) Rosen,
Mrs. Betty Franklin and Mrs.
Harold (Ida) Orman; nine grand-
children and eight great-grand-
children.


PHILIP KIMMEL, former Detroit-
; er of Chicago, died Jan. 26. He
leaves five cousins, including Hen-
ry, George and Lillian Lewis of
Detroit. Interment Detroit.



SARAH LAPINSKY, 17165 Wis-
nonsin, died Jan. 26. Survived by
two sons, Sam and Morris Lapin;
three daughters, Mrs. Harold
(Sylvia) Flusty, Mrs. Louis (Ann)
Werber and Mrs. Bernard (Helen)
Kozloff of Lincolnwood, Ill.; one
brother; fourteen grandchildren,
and 'nine great-grandchildren.
• * *
ANCEL LAX, of Fort Lauder-
dale, died Jan. 26. Survived by
his wife, Anna; two sons, Philip
and Harold of Detroit; two broth-
ers, two sisters and three grand-
children.
• * •
MARLENE PASSMAN, former
Detroiter of Framingham, Mass.,
died Jan. 28. She leaves her hus-
band, Howard; a son, Scott Eric;
her mother. Mrs. Dorothy Epstein,
and a brother, Dr. Burton Epstein,
both of Detroit. Interment Detroit.
*


MOE PEARLMAN, 18624 Rose-
lawn, died Jan. 27. He leaves his
wife. Betty; a son, Harvey; two
daughters, Mrs. Max (Geraldine)
Miller and Mrs. Norman (Lois)
Hoffer; and six grandchildren.


ANNA SHERMAN, 15957 George
Washington, Southfield, died Jan.
28.
Survived by two sons. Albert .
and Harold H.; a daughter. Mrs.
Thomas (Helen) Schultz; three I
brothers, two sisters, six grand- I
children and two great-grandchild- ;
ren.

Announces the unveiling
of a monument in her
memory 12:30 p.m. Sun-
day, Feb. 11, at Machpelah
Cemetery. Rabbi Rosen-
baum will officiate. Rela-
tives and friends are
asked to attend.

*

ANN GOLDSTEIN, 18203 Stans-
SOPHIE S LVERS E N
bury, died Jan. 29. Survived by Wisconsin, died Jan. 30. Survived ;
her husband, Edward; two daugh- by her husband, Max; a son,
ters, Mrs. Sam (Rose) Kaye and Joseph; a daughter. Mrs. Alvin
Regina; and three grandchildren. (Bernice) Jacobson of Pontiac;
t
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one brother and eight grand-chil-
LOUIS GREENBLATT of To- dren.
• • •
ronto died Jan. 27. Survived by
his wife, Freda; four brothers,
ROSALINE SOLOMON, 23180
including Jack and Sam of Detroit: Cloverlawn, Oak Park, died Jan.
and three sisters.
30. She leaves her husband, Nor-
• s •
man; two sons, Louis W. and
SAMUEL J. HARRIS, 950 Burn- Edward M.; two daughters, De-
ham, Bloomfield Hills, died Jan. 27. borah R. and Beatrice A.; her
He leaves a son, Bernard; a daugh- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob
ter, Mrs. Yale (Rose) Ginsburg; Greenberg of Pittsburgh; two
one brother and five grandchil- brothers and one sister.
dren.
*


Sid Wolfson's
STELLA HELFAND, 18623 Green-
MONUMENT CENTER, INC.
lawn, died Jan. 27. She leaves
661 E. 0 MILE. FERNDALE
three sons, Meyer, Jack and Larry
1 1/2 Blocks E. of Woodward
Helfand; four daughters, Mrs. Betty
6 Elks. from 3 Jewish
Pearlman, Mrs. Abraham (Sarah)
Cemeteries on Woodward
LI 2-8266
Jacobs, Mrs. Harold (Mildred) Zaft
JO 43557
and Mrs. Joseph (Esther) Lattin•
15 grandchildren and 19 great-
grandchildren.

WE REMEMBER

rrnmrx

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

Hebr
She at
Sheldon B. Richie
Perry Feigenson
Max Milgrom
Clara Maltz
Sidney Feldman
Esther Steinberg
Dina Manehim
Joseph Penfil
Sam Cohen
Seymour L. Sobol
Sam Z. Hirschman
Robert Rosenberg
Lea Siebner
Peter Vass
Sam Leider
Matte H. J. Diamond
Alyce Rood
Jacob Gottlieb
Pearl Helper
Bessie Goldfarb
1
Ethel Fidler
1
Morris Halpern
1
Joseph Herman Heller 1
Louis Levin
1
John Taubman
1
Moshe Asher Brody
1
Sam Rotenberg
1
Jacob Zucker
1
Aaron Yagoda
1
Belle Nelson
11
Benjamin Sturman
1

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MECHEL
GREENBAUM

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.

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DIRECTORS OF FUNERALS .

SAMUEL T. SHEVIN, former De-
troiter of Denver, died Jan. 26. He
leaves two sisters, Mrs. William
(Dora) Bailies of Flint and Mrs.
Albert (Rose) Clubok of Detroit.
Interment Detroit.
* • •
NORMA SL 0 B I N, 20299 St.
Marys, died Jan. 31. She leaves
her husband, Sam; a son, Eugene;
a daughter, Mrs. Morris (Sharon)
Fineman; two sisters and five
grandchildren.

*
*
T 0 NI E SULIMOVICI, 10100
Northfield, Oak Park, died Jan.
24. Survived by a son, Ely S.
Ely; a daughter, Mrs. Max (Alice)
Berenholc of Sausalito, Calif.;
three grandchildren and four
great-grandchildren.
* • •
ROSE TUCHMAN. 23551 Keno-
sha, Oak Park, died Jan. 26. She
leaves her husband, Joseph; a son,
Martin; a daughter, Mrs. Philip
(Sharon) Granitz; and three sisters.



NELLIE L. WPYTH, 13336 Lud-
low, Huntington Woods, died Jan.
30. She leaves four daughters, Mrs.
Jane E. Israel, Mrs. Nelle Mechlen-
burg of Los Angeles, Mrs. Charles
(Georgia) Ann Ja^kman of Grand
Rapids and Carlotta of San Fran-
cisco; five grandchildren and five
great- grandchildren. Interment
Sturgis.



The Kresch and the
Greenbaum Families
of the Late

The Family of the Late

BEATRICE
GOLDBAUM

SAM BARIL, 19717 Schaefer,
died Jan. 30. Survived by his wife,
Rose; three sons, Harold of Ft.
Lauderdale, Norman and Louis;
two daughters, Mrs. Louis (Ger-
trude) Gaynor of Montebello,
Calif., and Mrs. Sherwood (Eileen)
Leitman; one brother, 11 grand-
children and 19 great-grandchild-
ren.
* x *
BECKY BFATMAN, 20492 Appo-
line, died Jan. 26. She leaves her
husband, Peter; a son, Dr. Joseph
Kessel of Saginaw; two sisters,
three grandchildren and four great-
grandchildren.



ELSIE BENNETT, former De-
troiter of Chicago, died Jan. 27.
Survived by her husband, Marvin;
a son, David; a daughter, Mrs.
Phil (Rhoda) Elias; a brother,
Ben Gorevitz of Detroit; and two
grandchildren. Interment Chicago.
• • •
DAVID BLUM, 1614 Pingree,
died Jan. 28. Survived by a
nephew, Emanuel of Van Nuys, as
well as other nephews and nieces.
* * *
RUBEN BRESHGOLD, 3710
Richton, died Jan, 25. Survived by
two sons, William and Joseph; a
daughter, Mrs. Peter (Jean) Mil-
lion; two sisters and nine grand-
children.
• • •
JEAN GERTRUDE DRUCK-
MAN, 20045 Bentler, died Jan. 31.
Survived by one son, Kenneth Y.;
two brothers and one grandchild.
* * *
NAVAH EZEKIEL, 504 Snyder,
Ann Arbor, died Jan. 30. She leaves
her husband, Raphael S.; two sons,
Daniel Joseph and Joshua Chaim;
a daughter, Margalete; her father.
Simcha Rubenstein of New York:
and two brothers.
• • *
GERTRUDE FEBE R, 20415
Mark Twain, died Jan. 26. Sur-
vived by a son, Daniel; and two
brothers.

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