THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
FREIDA ASTREIN, 20045
Schaefer, died May 7. She leaves
a son, Cyril; a daughter, Mrs.
Maurice (Phyllis) Sugar; ane sis-
ter and seven grandsons.
GEORGE I. BITTKER, 24641
Templar, Southfield, died May 8.
He leaves his wife, Ida; a daugh-
ter, Mrs. Isadore (Rose) Lefton;
two brothers, two sisters and two
FANNIE BORAK, 19145 Votro-
beck, died May 11. Survived by
her husband, Abram; a son,
Samuel; a daughter, Mrs. Sam
(Mildred) Tack; and two grand-
VALERIE CHAJES, 22811 W.
Seven Mile, died May 13. She
leaves a son, Julius; and three
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ISRAEL FRANKEL, 19336
Schaefer, died May 8. Survived by
his wife, Dorothy and two
brothers, Jacob and Harry.
ESTHER FRIEDMAN, 16500 N.
Park Dr., Southfield, died May 13.
She leaves her husband, Isaac; two
In Memory of Our Dear
Beloved Mother and
Who left us May 18, 1964.
The day never begins or
ends without 'mentioning
your name; sadly missed
and never to be forgotten
by your children, Sophie
a n d Maurice Kingston,
Joe, Charlie and Bennie
In Loving Memory of
Who passed away the 13th
of lyar, 1967. Sadly
missed and always re-
membered by her family.
In Memory of a
Who passed away May 11,
1969. Often the heart-
aches, many a silent tear,
but always a beautiful
memory of one we loved
Shirley and Max Lewis
In Loving Memory
Who passed away May 14,
1968. Sadly missed and
always remembered by his
wife, Edith; daughters,
Mrs. Ted (Ileane) Stone
and Mrs. Robert (Beverly)
Share; and grandchildren.
sons, David I. and Aaron; and six
SYLVIA MILLER, 19328 Lilt-
more, died May 12. Survived by
two brothers, Jerome A., and
Friday, May IS, 1970-43
Deaths of Walter and May Reuther
Mourned in Jewish Community
With the death of Walter P. Reu- as an "oasis in a troubled and
ther and his wife, the former May turbulent area of the world."
Mrs. Reuther, a former school
in a plane crash last week-
SALLY GOLDMAN, 25645 Briar,
end, the Jewish community lost teacher, whose father, Frank
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Oak Park, died May 8. Survived
two champions of social justice Wolfman, resides in Borman Hall,
by her mother, Mrs. Riva Gold-
HATTIE PEARLMAN, 115 01 and warm friends of Israel, it was Jewish Home for Aged, was her
man; two brothers, Max and Petosky, died May 10. She leaves
husband's most trusted confidant,
acknowledged this week.
David; and a sister, Mrs. Charles no survivors.
In a statement to the United remaining close to her home and
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Automobile Workers, headed by family. Her nephew, William
HERMAN H. PIKSTEIN, 21830
Wolfman, 29, was among the vic-
FANNIE GREENBERG, 19100 Cloverlawn, Oak Park, died May Mr. Reuther for 24 years before tims in the crash. He served as one
W. Seven Mile, died May 13. She 13. Survived by his wife, Helen; the crash which took six lives, the of Mr. Reuther's bodyguards.
leaves a brother, Joseph; and a two sons, Howard and Martin; a
Two other survivors in the Wolf-
sister, Mrs. Charles (Rita) Berlin daughter, Rochelle; his mother,
man family are Mrs. Reuther's
of Miami Beach.
Mrs. Sarah Pikstein of Culver City,
brother Leo Wolf, principal of
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Calif., one brother and one sister.
Ruthruff School, and a second
MYRA JACQUELINE HOFF-
brother, Earl, who is a union
MAN, 24311 Dante, Oak Park,
LIBBY ROSEN (ADELMAN), tribute to "a leader who articu- official.
died May 7. She leaves her mother, 29447 Fairfax, Southfield, died May lated the finest strivings and as-
The Reuthers leave two daugh-
Mrs. Flora Hoffman; and her 13. Survived by two sons, Hy pirations of American life."
ters, Linda and Lisa.
Signed by Judge Lawrence Gu-
grandmother, Mrs. Bessie Beck- Friedman and Jack Rosen of
Among the numerous causes
Washington; two daughters, Mrs. bow, president, and Walter
which drew Mr. Reuther's sup-
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Irving (Sarah) Adelman and Mrs. Klein, executive director of the
port were organizations con-
ABRAHAM J. KNOPPOW, 14520 Paul (Sandra) Medow of Claren- Council, the message said the fol-
cerned with the fight against
Vernon, Oak Park, died May 10. don Hills, Ill.; one sister, nine lowing:
poverty and illiteracy, and he
"The congregations and or-
Survived by his wife, Lillian; a grandchildren and nine great-
labored for decent housing and
ganizations affiliated with the
son, Charles; a daughter, Karen; grandchildren.
medical care for all.
Jewish Community Council of
two brothers and two sisters.
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Described as a man wiith a
Metropolitan Detroit join in this
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deeply religious nature, Mr.
IDA ROSENBERG, 3812 W.
expression of grief and sympa-
TILLIE LEVCOVITZ, 19100 W. Grand, died May 11. Survived by
Reuther often told friends: "As
thy. Our nation has lost a leader
Seven Mile, died May 8. Survived her husband Edward; and a sis-
my grandfather said when we
who articulated the finest striv-
by her husband, Albert; a son, ter, Mrs. Sadie Rohlig.
were very young, the way to dem-
ings and aspirations of American
you love God is to love
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life. Walter Reuther's effective
your fellow man."
ROY I. ROSENTHAL, 480 Thet-
advocacy of a just society will
ford, Bloomfield Hills, died May
remain as an influence on the
7. He leaves his wife, Lenora;
course and future history of our
two sons, Frederick and Dr. Al-
country. Along with the mem-
bert; three brothers and three
bers and our many friends in
the UAW, our community deeply
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mourns this tragic loss."
ANN SCHWARTZ, 10430 Gold-
Max Nusbaum, president of•Gen-
A moment of silence in tribute to
During the corning
eral Floor Covering, 604 Wood- win, Southfield, died May 11. She the Reuthers was observed Wednes-
week Yeshiva Beth
ward, Royal Oak, died Tuesday at leaves a son, Harry; a daughter, day evening at the delegate assem-
Yehudo will observe
the Yahrr.eit of the
Mrs. Haskell (Barbara) Adler: bly of the Jewish Community
A founder and past president of her father, Morris Richman of Council. Shmarya Kleinman deliv-
friends, with the
Young Israel of Oak-Woods, Mr. Miami; two brothers, four sisters ered the memorial tribute to his
Nusbaum was a member of Beth and three grandchildren.
In Mr. Reuther's name, the 'JAW
Prayers, recitation of
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Abraham Synagogue, Hebrew
Kaddish and study-
contributed $250,000 for the ad-
Benevolent Society and Yiddish
NETTIE KAUFFMAN SHLEIN, vancement of scholastic endeavors
ing of Mish
Folks Farein. He was active in former Detroiter, of Miami Beach,
at the Weizmann Institute, and he
the Friends of Bar Ilan University. died May 8. She leaves her hus-
also was a firm supnorter of His-
Mr. Nusbaum, 10700 Oak Park band, Nathan; a son, Irving Kauf- tadrut, the Israel Federation of
Gershon Grossman 11
Blvd., Oak Park, was in the floor man; two daughters, Mrs. LlOyd Labor, and the Jewish National
covering business for more than (Selma) Fishman and Mrs. Ber- Fund. He was a member of Work-
50 years. Born in Poland, he lived nard (Lillian) Kordner of Dallas; men's Circle. Irving Bluestone, Mr.
in this country for 57 years.
nine grandchildren and two great- Reuther's administrative assistant
Surviving are his wife, Esther; grandchildren. Interment in Det- and close friend, encouraged the
Victoria Freedman 11
a son, Julian; a daughter, Mrs. roit.
UAW leader in these activities.
Fannie Freedman 11
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Marvin (Alice) Berlin; a brother,
More than 1,200 representatives
Sol; and 10 grandchildren.
BENJAMIN STOLOROW, of from trade unions and labor fra-
Charles Llpschinsky 12
Hollywood, Fla., formerly of ternal organizations attending the
Anna Rabinevitch 12
South Bend, died May 8. He leaves 70the jubilee convention of the
three sons, Samuel S., Aaron H. Workmen's Circle last weekend
of Grand Rapids and Sol of Jack- paid tribute to the Reuthers.
son; seven grandchildren and
In one of his last public actions,
NEW YORK — Dr. David Wdo- seven great-grandchildren. Inter- he helped draft a resolution that
winski, a leader of the resistance ment in Detroit.
was adopted by the 22nd conven-
fighters in the Warsaw Ghetto,
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Relief Bas Yitzchok 14
tion of the UAW in Atlantic City
collapsed and died in Tel Aviv
MINNIE TILLINGER, 3240 which urged the Big Four to "use
after delivering a speech com- Greenfield, Royal Oak, died May their separate and combined in-
memorating the 27th anniversary 7. Survived by two sons, Morris of fluence to bring all parties to the
of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising. Fort Wayne, Ind., and Harvey; two Middle East conflict to the confer-
Libby Teitelbaum 14
He was 73.
daughters, Lillian C. and Mrs. ence table to settle the political
Dr. Wdowinski, a psychoanalyst, Ben (Betty) Pam; one brother; issues." Mr. Reuther viewed Israel
was born in Lodz, Poland, earned two sisters and five grandchildren.
a medical degree at Masaryk Uni-
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B ella Kowall
versity in Bmo, Czechoslovakia,
and did graduate work in psychi-
Mordechai Bronstein 16
atry, psychoanalysis and neurology troiter of Monsey, N. Y., died May
in Vienna and Warsaw.
Herman Modlinsky 16
He came to the U.S. in 1947 and a brother, Albert Silverman and
14441 W. 11 Mdo Rd.
Aaron Wasserman 16
was assistant professor of psychi- two sisters, Mrs. (Gloria) Sydney
Gardner. bet.... Coolidge & Greenfield
atry and psychology for 18 years DeYoung and Mrs. Harry (Mary)
399 2711, Eve EL 3.2722
at the New School for Social Re- Handler, all of Detroit; and two
search. Elected president of the grandchildren.
Zionist Revisionist Movement in
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Poland in 1934, he was captured
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in 1943 and in concentration camps
11/2 Blocks E. of Woodward
for two years.
Biks. from 3 Jewish
Cemeteries on Woodward
15731 W. 101/2 Mi. Southfield
In his book, "And We Are Not
Saved," he told of the struggle he
and fellow Revisionists had to con-
vince the Jewish leadership in the
Acknowledges with grate-
ghetto of the danger confronting
ful appreciation the many
them by the Nazis.
kind expressions of sym-
He was a witness at the Adolf
pathy extended by rela-
Eichmann trial testifying on Jew-
tives and friends during
ish resistance and the psychology
the family's recent be-
Formerly. Karl Berg Memorials and Manuel Urbach di Son
He leaves no immediate sur-
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Max Nusbaum, 72,
Past President of
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