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August 08, 1969 - Image 39

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-08-08

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Co-Founder of Kfar Yohanan in Israel,
Ex-Detroiter Ephraim Melamed, Dies

A former Detroiter, one of the
early American pioneer builders
of Israel, Ephraim Melamed, died
Sunday at the
age of 59.
Mr. Melamed,
who had gone to
what was then
Palestine in 1929,
with a group of
Detroit pioneers
ythe Soloveitchi
(now Zamir),
the Harrisons
Melamed
71 Ben-Zvi), the
Levines and others, was one of the
founders of the Kfar Yohanan col-
ony that was established in honor
of the. South African Christian
friend of the Zionist movement,
General Jan Smuts.
He became an expert on seeds
and was associated with the
Azerah Company In whose be-
half he visited many countries
to introduce seeds grown in Is-
rael. He was known as an au-
thority on the application of
seeds to various climates.

Sam Goldstein, Age 75

Sam Goldstein, a self-employed
scrap iron dealer, died July 29 at
age 75.
Mr. Goldstein, a native of Czecho-
slovakia and a Detroit resident 50
years, willed his body to science.
A resident of Blaine Ave. more
than 30 years, he lived in recent
years at 9956 Sorrento. His wife
Helen died nine years ago.
A member of the Jewish Center
Retired Businessmen's Club, Mr.
Goldstein leaves two sons, Charles
and Irving; two brothers and one
grandchild.

CARD OF THANKS
The family of the late Ethel
Labiner acknowledges with grate-
ful appreciation the many kind
expressions of sympathy extended
by relatives and friends during the
family's recent bereavement.

The Family of the Late

JULIUS RING

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

The Family of the Late

ROSE STEIN

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

ALBERT SNOW

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.

Irving Axler,
United Dairies
Employe, Slain

Funeral services were held in
Israel on Monday.
Surviving are his wife, Dina;
four sons, David, Avraham, Jon-
Funeral services were held Sun-
athan and Hillel; two daughters, day morning for Irving Axler, 60,
Hadassah and Mrs. Gabbie (Ruth) who was killed during a milk de-
Kadmon; three brothers, Louis livery run last Thursday.
LaMed, Jack Malamud and Aaron
Mr. Axler, 19129 Lauder, an in-
Malamud; four sisters, Sheva Wein- dependent distributor for United
stein, Rose Katz, Esther Janiotus Dairies, Inc., was shot to death
and Reva Griuch; and six grand- by a holdup man in the Linwood-
children.
Boston Blvd. area, where he had
delivered milk for many years. He
had been with United Dairies for
more than three decades.
His grandson, Howard Wein-
stein, 15, was assisting Mr. Axler
Abraham Rosen, original owner on deliveries this summer and was
of the Warsaw Bakery, well known present when the three-man holdup
to the residents of the Hastings St. occurred.
Born in Russia, Mr. Axler
area from 1912 to 1920, died Tues-
lived in Detroit for 44 years. He
day at age 84.
was
a member of Pisgah Lodge,
Mr. Rosen, 15211 Miller, Oak
Bnai Brith.
Park, was born in Lodz, Poland,
Mr. Axler leaves his wife, Sally;
and lived in the Detroit area 57
years. Upon leaving the baking two daughters, Sheila of Los An-
business, in which he was promi- geles and Mrs. Samuel (Aleyda)
nent for a number of innovations, Weinstein; four brothers, Samuel
Mr. Rosen went into the parking Axelrod, Morris Axelrod and Ben
Axelrod, all of Toronto, Lloyd Ax-
lot business.
He was a member of Temple elrod of Boston; six sisters, Mrs.
Beth El for many years, belonged Arthur (Sophie) Jacobs, Mrs. Hy
to Pisgah Lodge of Bnai Brith and (Esther) Satok and Mrs. Hy (Sal-
Zionist Organization of America ly) Levine, all of Toronto, Mrs.
and contributed ao many commu- Arthur (Faye) Freeman of New
nity organizations and causes. He Jersey, Mrs. Harvey (Rose) Sha-
was founder of the Retired Busi- piro of Boston and Mrs. Sally New-
nessmen's Club at the Jewish man; and three grandchildren.
Center.
Surviving are his wife, Rose;
two sons, Fred and Irving; a
brother, David; a sister, Mrs. Abe
(Esther) Markowitz of Los An-
Louis Rubin, owner of Merit
geles; and four grandchildren.
Heating Co., 15850 Livernois, was
found dead in his store by two
Moshe Menachovsky, patrolmen early Tuesday. An
autopsy revealed that he had
Canadian Educator
been shot behind the left ear.
TORONTO (JTA)—Moshe Mena- Police were investigating.
chovsky, Canadian Jewish educa-
Mr. Rubin, 58, was a native
tor, author and community and Detroiter and resided at 16113
cultural leader, died here at 75. Pennsylvania, Southfield.
Born in Pinsk, he came to Canada
Surviving are his wife, Helen;
in 1930. In 1932, he founded the two sons, Mark and Allan; three
Borochov School and Kindergar- daughters, Sandra, Beverly and
ten in Toronto and was its princi- Jill; two brothers, Morris and
pal until 1955.
Edward of Las Vegas; and two
Mr Menachovsky was a member sisters, Mrs. Ben (Eva) Vogel of
of the Ahdut Avoda central com- Los Angeles; and Elayne.
mittee of Poale Zion; was on the
board of directors of YIVO; and Nixon Accepts Mazel Toy
was a member of the Congress
JERUSALEM (JTA) — President
for Jewish Culture's world bureau Nixon, replying to congratulatory
for education. He was the author messages from President Zalman
of "Jewish Youth at the Cross- Shazar and Premier Golda Meir on
roads"; "Ber Borochov, His Life the Apollo 11 moon mission, ex-
and Works" and "The Problem of pressed his thanks "on behalf of
Mixed Marriages-in Jewish Litera- the American people and especially
ture." He was editor of Proletari- the astronauts."
an Thought (now Unser Veg) from
The President said the flight
1938 until 1941.
"has added a new dimension to hu-
He had been a co-founder of
man experience. Let us hope it will
the Central Yiddish School Or-
also usher in an era of increasingly
ganization (Tsisho) in Poland,
fruitful international understanding
and had established the first
and cooperation."
Jewish school in Brest-Litovsk
(Brisk) where he had served as
A philosopher is one who doubts.
a member of the city council
—Montaigne.
before emigrating to Canada.
Mr Menachovsky was co-princi-
pal of the Jewish Folk Schools of
Toronto since 1955. He was a con-
tributor to pedagogical and liter-
In beloved memory of
ary journals in Poland, Argentina,
Canada, the United States and Is-
MAURICE HARRIS
rael. He recently participated in
who passed away 18 days
the Canadian Jewish Congress'
Canadian Assembly on Yiddish.
in Av, July 31, 1961. In
our hearts softly the ,
300-Bed Hospital Planned
leaves of memories fall,
while gently crying we
by Assn. for 25-Acre Site
gather and treasure them
WASHINGTON (JTA)—An appli_
all. Sadly missed and al-
cation for an initial 300-bed Jewish
hospital will be submitted this
ways remembered by his
week by the Jewish Memorial Hos-
son Louis and daughter
pital Association to the Montgom-
-Mrs. Rayetta Herschfus,
ery County Health Department to
grandchildren and sisters.
be built on a 25-acre site near
Rockville at a cost of about $13,500,-
000, according to Mrs. Bertha Gold,
association president.

Abraham Rosen,
Bakery Owner

Louis Rubin, 58,
of Merit Heating

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

OBITUARIES

RAY AICHENBAUM, 15231 Ken- Ephraim of Santa Monica, Calif.,
wood, Oak Park, died Aug. 2. She and Sholom; a daughter, Mrs.
leaves a son, Milton; three daugh- Samuel (Rose) Saks; and five
ters, Mrs. Dore (Ann) Novitz, Mrs. grandchildren.
* • *
Sol (Jean) Babbush of Beverly
Hills, Calif., a n d Mrs. Berman
HARRY RAMINICK, 114 W.
(Sylvia) Lipson; nine grandchil- Adams, died Aug. 6. Survived by
dren and 14 great-grandchildren.
a son, Leo; a daughter, Mrs. Ger-
s
ald (Esther) Herwitz; one brother,
BEREL BADANOWSKI, 15849 one sister and seven grandchildren.
• * •
Indiana, died Aug. 6. Survived
HERMAN G. (HY) ROSSMAN,
by his wife, Ester; a son , Ralph;
a daughter, Rachel; and one former Detroiter of Indianapolis,
died July 17 in Cleveland. Survived
brother.
* * *
by his wife, Sophye; two sons, Seth
RUBIN BASSIN, 28960 Lorikay, of Califorinia and Robert; one
Farmington, died Aug. 1. Survived brother, one sister and one grand-
by a son, George; three daughters, child.
s *
Mrs. Morris (Rose) Stein, Mrs. Abe
HELEN ROTHSTEIN, 825 Whit-
(Frieda) Rosenshine and Mrs. Irv-
ing (Sara) Hersh; one sister, 11 more, died Aug. 1. She leaves her
grandchildren and seven great- husband, Samuel; a son, Ronald;
a daughter, Mrs. Morton (Gilberto)
grandchildren.
Jacobs; two stepsons, Harvey and
* * a
ANNE FALKOFF, 15948 Strat- Bernard Rothstein; a stepdaughter,
ford, Southfield, died Aug. 3. Sur- Mrs. Golda Gordon, a n d seven
vived by her husband, Murray; grandchildren. * *
a son, David; a daughter, Gayle;
JOSEPH TAYLOR, 25535 Green-
and three sisters.
,' field, Southfield, died July 31. Sur-
* *
; vived by his wife, Bertha; three
IDA M. GILBERT, 16210 W. Nine daughters, Mrs. Bernard (Harriett)
Mile, Southfield, died Aug. 1. Sur- Ephraim, Mrs. Gerry A. (Marlene)
vived by her husband, Arthur; a Goldman of Glenview, Ill., and
daughter, Mrs. Rodney (Sandra) Mrs. Barnard (Beverly) Collier of
Landsman; her parents, Mr. and New York City; one brother; two
Mrs. Israel Finkelstone of Miami sisters and eight grandchildren.
Beach; one sister and four grand-
children.
Michigan's Isle Royale National
* •
Park shelters one of the largest
LEAH GORDON, 20415 Chey- ,moose herds and timberwolf packs
enne, died Aug. 3. Survived by a remaining in the United States, ac-
son, Sherell: two daughters, Zelda , cording to the Michigan Tourist
and Mrs. (Sandra) Stein; two sis- Council:
ters and five grandchildren.
* s s
LOUIS LINTON, 15803 Oakfield.
died Aug. 2. He leaves his wife, i
Vera: a son, Ron of Washington,
D.C.; a daughter, Mrs. Samuel
(Charlotte) Grossman; and five
During the coming
grandchildren.

*
week Yeshiva Beth
Ir
Yehudo will observe
JOSEPH A. MAZER former De-
the Yahrzeit of the
troiter of Miami, died July 31. He
following departed
leaves his wife, Jean; two sons,
friends, with the
Rod and John; a daughter, Mrs.
traditional Memorial
Gail Mason of Detroit; three broth-
Prayers, recitation of
Kaddish and study-
ers; three sisters, and one grand-
ing of Mishnayes.
child. Interment Florida.
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Hebrew Civil
DAVID RALPH, 11501 Petosky,
AV Aug.
10
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died Aug. 6. Survived by two sons,
Paul Levi

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