Morris Brotsky, 52,
Killed in Accident.
Morris Brotsky, a World War II
Army veteran and a mailman for
12 years, was killed in an automo-
bile accident Sept. 10 while on his
way to work.
Mr. Brotsky, 52, was driving west
on Eight Mile Rd. near Southfield
Rd., when a car traveling the
wrong way collided , with his. The
driver of the other car was killed
instantly. Mr. Brotsky died later in
A native Detroiter, Mr. Brotsky
attended Young Israel of Oak-
Surviving are his wife, Esther; a
son, Steven; a daughter, Elaine;
and two sisters, Mrs. Meyer (Ra-
chel) Raimi and Lena of San
Rabbi Jacob Kohn, 86;
Los Angeles Educator
LOS ANGELES (JTA) — Rabbi
Jacob Kohn, noted Conservative
rabbi and educator, died here
Sept. 10 at age 86.
Dr. Kohn had been rabbi of
Sinai Temple for 25 years before
retiring in 1957. He was the author
of many books on philosophy and
Judaism and had served as dean
of the Graduate School of the Uni-
versity of Judaism here. He had
lectured on Judaism at Teachers
College, Columbia University and
served on the faculty of the Uni-
versity of South Carolina.
He had been vice president of
the United Synagogue of America,
the association of Conservative
congregations, and a member of
the executive council of the Rab-
binical Assembly, the association
of Conservative rabbis.
Seymour Baskin, 38;
Seymour Baskin, owner and
founder of Kelley Discount Drugs,
Kelley and Nine Mile Rds., East
Detroit, died Wednesday. He was
Mr. Baskin, 29575 Fairfax,
Southfield, was a native of De-
troit and a graduate of the Wayne
State University college of pharm-
Survivors are his wife, Ruth;
three sons, Stuart, Mark and Ken-
neth; a daughter, Nancy; his moth-
er, Mrs. Mary Baskin; and a
brother, Dr. Sidney.
Judge Nathaniel Kaplan;
Worked Will Children
NEW YORK — Judge Nathaniel
Kaplan of the State Family Court,
who was chairman of the New
York City Youth Board for 19
years died Sept. 13 at age 69.
Judge Kaplan, who was born
in Lithuania, was graduated from
Columbia University and, earning
his way through night school,
earned a degree from Brooklyn
Law School. He was active in the
Jewish War Veterans and a leader
in the Big Brother movement. He
held many honors for his work
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, September 20, 1968-77
MORRIS BROOKS, 21021 Keno-
sha, Oak Park, died Sept. 15. Sur-
vived by his wife, Fannie; a daugh-
ter, Mrs. Reba Malamud;. five sis-
ters, two grandchildren and one
* * •
JOSEPH COOPER, 18235 War-
rington, died Sept. 15. He leaves
two daughters, Mrs. Samuel (Mir-
Ham) Braverman and Mrs. Her-
man (Lillian) Cooper of Univer-
sity Heights, 0.; two brothers, one
sister and five grandchildren.
* * *
ALEX FELDHEIM, 3359 Cort-
land, died Sept. 13. Survived by his
wife, Mary; a daughter, Mrs. Nor-
man (Rosin) Meyers; two sisters
and three grandchildren.
• • •
THELMA STURMAN GOLD-
THORPE, 14337 Vassar, died on
Sept. 18. She leaves her husband„
Louis; a son, Stephen Sturman; a
daughter, Mrs. Julian (Frances)
Greenebaum; and one sister. -
• • •
MARION GOLMAN, 16910 Les-
lee Crest, Birmingham, died Sept.
9. Survived by her husband, Alvin
Sanford; her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Sigmund Lowenthal; a son, Gary
Alan; a daughter, Marla Jayne;
and two sisters.
• • •
ROSE GREEMAN, 3378 Richton,
died Sept. 14. Survived by her hus-
band, Samuel; a daughter, Mrs.
Sion (Dr. Elaine) Soleymani; two
sisters and four grandchildren.
* * •
NATHAN HOFFMAN, 19100 W.
Seven Mile, died Sept. 18. Sur-
vived by three sons, Dr. Harry,
Dr. Louis and Dr. Ben; and nine
* * *
BERTRAND HORWITZ, 16140
Templar Cir., Southfield, died Sept.
15. He'leaves his wife, Susan; a
son, Lawrence; three daughters,
Alene, Linda and Lori; and his
mother, Mrs. Florence Horwitz.
DONALD JACOBS, former De-
troiter of Los Angeles, died Sept.
15. Survived by his wife, Frances;
three sons, Joel, Allen and Ar-
nold; a daughter, Rosalyn; one
brother; four sisters, Mrs. Jay
(Blanche) Joseph, Mrs. Joseph
(Diana) Steiner, Mrs. Helen Wein-
garden and Mrs. Louis (Sophie)
Eisenberg; and two grandchildren.
Interment Los Angeles.
* * •
JOSEPH LEIDER, 18409 Manor,
died Sept. 13. Survived by his wife,
Bertha; two sons, Sol and Harry; a
daughter, Mrs. Sam (Evelyn)
Skupsky- two brothers; one sister
and five grandchildren.
• • *
MEYER LIEBMAN, 17169
Prairie, - died Sept. 15. Survived by
his wife, Pearl; three daughters,
Sharon, Mrs. Donald (Arden) Zim-
merman and Denise; one brother,
four sisters and one grandchild.
FANNIE LITZKY, 10703 Santa
Maria, died Sept. 14. She leaves
her husband, John.
* * •
EDWARD ROSENFIELD, former
Detroiter of New York, died Sept.
13. Survived by his wife, Ann; a
daughter, Mrs. Herman (Daphne)
Fenster of Detroit; one brother,
two sisters and one grandchild.
Interment New York.
* * *
HILDA ROTHSCHILD, 11501
Petoskey, died Sept. 14. She leaves
a son, Philip; and three grandchil-
* * *
MAX SCHIFF of Pontiac died
Sept. 13. He leaves a son, Robert;
a daughter, Mrs. Melvin (Linda)
Pearl; his father, Barney Shiff;
two brothers, one sister and three
* * *
IDA STILLMAN, 1971 W. Euclid,
died Sept. 9. Survived by a nephew,
Jack Marshall of the Bronx.
* • •
ABRAHAM TURBOW, 22181 Av-
on, Oak Park, died Sept. 12. Sur-
vived by his wife, Rose; a son,
Sam; three daughters, Mrs.ffiyman
(Anne) Teplitsky, Mrs. Eugene
(Lillian) Walters and Mrs. Leon
(Nettie) Hoffman; three sisters;
10 grandchildren and seven great-
* * *
SARAH WOOL, 17401 Wiscon-
sin, died Sept. 18. Survived by a
son, Louis; two grandchildren and
Lynne Rochlin, 46
Lynne Rochlin, a member of
several communal organizations,
died Wednesday at age 46.
Mrs. Rochlin, 30575 Woodside,
Franklin, was a native Detroiter.
She belonged to Cong. Beth Sha-
lom, Hadassah, Women's Ameri-
can ORT, Sheruth League and
Henry Morganthau Lodge of Bnai
Surviving are her husband, Mor-
ris; a son, Richard; two daugh-
ters, Barbara and Jean; and two
brothers, Louis and Sidney Fish-
Murray Silberstein, 50, Stockbroker, Dem Aide
NEW YORK—Stockbroker and New York Citizens for Humphrey.
active Democratic Party worker He was an adviser to President
Murray L. Silberstein died Tues- Kennedy during the 1960 race,
day at age 50. and wrote speeches for him and,
Mr. Silberstein, a senior part- earlier, the late Adlai Stevenson.
ner in the firm of Oppenheimer Mr. Silberstein wrote many 'n-
and Co., was finance chairman of tides on economics and lectured
extensively. He was chairman of
the Wall Street Division, Anti-
Minnie Fishman, 66
Minnie Fishman, a member of
several Jewish organizations here,
died Sept. 12 at age 66.
Mrs. Fishman, a native of Bay
City, resided at 333 Covington.
She was a member of Shaarey
Zedek Synagogue and its sister-
hood, Hadassah, Jewish Home of
During the coming
Aged Auxiliary, Zedakah Club,
week Yeshiva Beth
Order of the Eastern Star and
Yehuda will observe
the Yahrzeit of the
the Sinai Hospital Women's Guild.
Mother of the late Geraldine
friends, with the
Fishman Laurence, she leaves her
husband, Nathan; a son, Milton;
Prayers, recitation of
a daughter, Mrs. Irving (Dorothy)
Kaddish and study-
Burke; four brothers, Harry N.,
ing of Mishnayes.
David, Samuel Grossman and Mar-
tin Graham; a sister, Mrs. Ger-
trude Birnbaum; and five grand-
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CARD OF THANKS
The family of the late Florence
Levin acknowledges with grateful
appreciation the many kind ex-
pressions of sympathy extended
by relatives and friends during the
family's recent bereavement.
Westphalia Bans Meetings of NPD
Bonn (JTA) — The Prime Mini-
ster of Rhine-Westphalia, Heinz
Kruehn, announced that he had for-
bidden any meetings of the right-
wing National Democratic Party
that are out of line with the "dem-
ocratic character of the Federal
Republic." Meetings of the NPD,
which is reputedly neo-Nazi, fre-
quently wind up with brawls. Mr.
Kuehn said nothing about pro-
posals to outlaw the NPD.
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Monument in his Memory
Sunday, Sept. 29
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E. 14 Mile Rd. at Gratiot
In this period of somber reflection we pause
to pay tribue to those members of the Hannah
Schloss Old Timers who have departed.
We pay tribute to their Memory, for their
friendship and for all the good deeds that
marked their active lives.
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Our heartfelt sympathies go to their fami-
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