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Poet and Journalist -
Glatstein Dead at 7.1
NEW YORK —Jacob Glatstein,
ESTHER APPLEBAUM, 905
one of the country's foremost Yid-
Merton, died Nov. 22. She leaves
dish poeti and journalists, died
two sons, Norman Schwartz of
Nov. 19 at age 75.
New York and Theodore Schwartz;
a daughter, Mrs. Yetta Fridman;
Mr. Glatstein was a columnist
three sisters; four grandchildren
on The Day-Jewish Journal and
and five great-grandchildren.
Kemfer, editor of Folk un Velt of
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the World Jewish :Congress and
ESTHER BERMAN, 4740 Wal-
director of 'Yiddish public relations
nut Lake, Birmingham, died Nov.
Jewish Congress and
20. She leaves two sons, Charles of
American Jewish Congress, where
Randolph, Mass. and Richard of
he maintained an office.
Huntington Beach, Calif.; a daugh-
He wrote 12 books of poetry.
ter, Mrs. Milton (Barbara) Hal-
three novels and five volumes of
pert; one sister and four grand-
essays, with a sixth scheduled for
publication shortly. A volume of
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poetry, "Written Froth Bight to
BERTHA ESKOVITZ, 13430 Bur-
Left," was published this year in
ton, Oak Park, died Nov. 21. She
the U.S. and _another, _"Collected
leaves four sons, Harold, Fred of
Poems," in. Israel.
Lansing, Rudolph and Edwin; a
Mr GliteMin's poetry was
daughter, Mrs. Bezarel (Alice) Sil-
tratideiedinto Raglish, Hebrew,
berberg; 10 grandchildren and
' a,' Sparkly French and
other hingnages and IncludesLin
GUSSIE IRSAY of New York
ceived. rimy Menu awards
"Wit'. the passing of Jacob
frail Jewish ebonsmdties around
Glatatein, the World Jewish Con- died Nov. 16. Survived by a son,
the world 'Mid was honored at a
gress loses one of its most dis- Theodore of New Milford, N. J.;
75th Jubilee celebration last
tinguished colleagues. As the a daughter, Mrs. Joseph (Elsie)
month at the 92nd St. YM-
long-time editor of our Yiddish Benedek of Detroit; one brother,
YWHA in New York.
publication, Folk un Velt, 'he three grandchildren and one great-
Among his other works was the established for it an interna- grandchild. Interment
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novel, "Homecoming at Twilight." tional reputation in Yiddish-
His poetry volumes included "Cre-
"One of the finest Yiddish poets lawn, Oak Park, died Nov. 23. He
dos," "Father's Shadow," 'Joy of
the Yiddish Word" and "A Yid of our generation, he was loved leaves his wife, Hilda; a son, Dr.
as much for his warm, friendly, Bernard; three daughters, Mrs.
Born in Lublin, Poland, in 1896, unassuming personality as for the Samuel (Sylvia) Goldstein Mrs.
Ur. Ghtstein emigrated to the U.S. literary fame which his talent had Sheldon (Ethel) Ellis and Mrs.
in 1914 and studied law at New brought him. lie leaves a gap that Kenneth (Arvene) Dickstein; one
brother, one sister and 10 grand-
York Univerrdty. He began to write wIII. be, hard to fill."
at age 17 and started writing Yid-
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dish poetry;in 1919. Together with
MARCIA KRUPP MOFFITT,
A. Leyeless and N. B. Minkoff,
27460 Pierce, Southfield, died Nov.
he founded the introspective Yid-
21. Survived by her husband,
dish poetry group, Insich.
Stanley; a son, Mark;' a daughter,
He was a member of the..
Sidney S. Factor, a vice presi-
Culture Canaria; 'Yiddish Writers dent of Bass-Craft Manufacturing
Union and Yiddish PEN Club, and Co. in Detroit, died Nov. 19 at the
a member of the national execu- age of 52. Mr. Factor, 2685 Middle- Jack Silberman,-51,
tive board of Farband.
bury Lane, Birmingham, had been Owner of Book Store
Dr. Nahum Goldman, president with the company since 1946.
Jack Silberman, owner for 15
of the World Jewish Congress, is-
in Brooklyn, he was reared years of the Book World, 5017
sued the following statement on in Born
Cleveland and Detroit. He was Woodward, died Nov. 18 at age
the death of Mr. Glatsteln:
a graduate of
Ohio State Uni-
Mr. Silberman, 13120 Sherwood,
versity and a
Huntington Woods, was a Cleve-
veteran of Wor
land native and graduated in 1942
Unveiling ausouscesseate may be in-
from the Wayne State University
serted by all or by calling The Jew' War IL
Mr. Factor was
hh News edam, 1751.11 W. a Mir l*E.
Law SchooL He was a member
Suite NS, Soutittield, Mich. OWN. Writ- active in the
of the State Bar of Michigan and
ten aasamacements must be siconsa•
panted by the name and address vst the men's club
the American and. Wayne County
eerier makieg the insertion. There is Temple Em
bar associations. He had resumed
a sialtang shame et MSS ter an 1111-
his law practice four months ago.
veiling notice. sseassinng as hick in EL
depth, and ism for one two finches
lie is survived
Surviving are his wife, Connie;
deep with a black border.
by his wife,
three_ sons, Alex, Andrew and
The - family of the late Clara Beatrice; three _Mr. ,Filetor
Weheinan announces the unveiling daughters, Karen, Marsha and Ellen; a brother, Bernard of Dur-
of a monument in her memory 10 Scott.
Hertzel (Sara) Tigel.
a.m. Sunday. Nov. 28 at Mach-
pelah C e me t e r y. Friends are
asked to attend.
Ann Schlussel, 67
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Bernard J. Serwer, vice president
Ann Schlussel, wife of movie
The family of the late Henrietta of Sewer's Wholesalers, Inc., res-
owner Bernard Schlussel,
Hers announces the unveiling of taurant and hardware wholesalers,
Nov. 19 at age 67.
a monument in her memory 10:30 4646 Michigan, died Nov. 20 at
Mrs. Schlussel, 16337 Addison,
• a.m. Sunday at Macbpelah Ceme- age 56.
Southfield, was a member of Louis
tery. Rabbi Pram will officiate.
Mr. Serwer, a native Detroiter, .Marshall Lodge of Bnai Brith and
Relatives and friends are asked lived at 17586 Fairfield.
the Women's Division of the Va-
A World War II veteran, Mr. riety Club. Born in Toledo, she
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Serwer worked in the business lived in the Detroit area 39 years.
The family of - the late Joseph founded by his father, William
Brown announces the unveiling of Serwer, in 1910. He was a member
Survivors are her son, Lawrence;
a monument in his memory 11 of Temple Beth E1, Standard City and six sisters, Betty Kaplan, Mrs.
a.m. ,Sunday, Nov. 28 at Oakview Club, Knollwood Country Club and Meyer (Rose) Waterstone, Mrs.
Cemetery. Rabbi Lehrman will Bnai Brith. He was a graduate Mary Gordon, Mrs. Jeanette Ettin-
ger, Mrs. Nadine Lipton and Mrs.
officiate. Relatives and friends of Oklahoma • City University.
are asked to attend.
Surviving are his wife, Marlin; Jack (Evelyn) Feder.
two sons, Alan and William; a
daughter, Mrs. Bryan (Barbara)
.Auerbach of Hillside, 11L; two
Mir Family of the Late
Is Loving Memory of Our
brothers, Samuel and . Dr. Milton
DR. ARTIKIR A. -
Dearly Beloved Father
of. Oklahoma City; a sister,
Dorothy; and one grandchild.
Announces the unveiling
of a monument in his
memory noon Sunday,
Samuel Shulman, retired hotel
Who passed away Nov.
Nov, 28 at Adas Shalom
manager, one of Chicago's leading
27, 1969. Sadly missed
Memorial Park. Rabbi Se-
Jewish scholars and former presi-
gal and Cantor Fenkel will
dent of Chicago Mizrachi, died -at
„by his - loving daughters; •
`oftleiate. Relatives and
the-ge of 76. -
and Mrs. Abner
frit-tyds -are asked_ to at-
-He was the brother or Rudolph
(4.deline) itoseaxweig. .
Schulman and the late:Awgz
Sidney Factor, 52,
Lori; her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Hyman Krupp; and one brother.
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SAMUEL LECHINSKY, 18040
Griggs, died Nov. 23. Survived by
his wife, Eva; a son Archie Leslie;
a daueiter, Mrs. Charles (Bessie)
Belsky; three grandchildren and
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KARL E. RAEPE, 18639 San
Juan, died Nov. 23. lie leaves a
daughters Mrs. Irwin (Beathea)
Green; and three grandchildren.
IDA SCHWARTZ, 7920 Concord,
Huntington Woods, died Nov. 19.
She leaves two sons, Murray H.
Stuart and Dr. Leonard, both of
Tarzana, Calif.; a daughter, Mrs.
Joseph (Dorothy) Orent; one
brother and six grandchildren.
BELLA SEGEL 19301 Schaefer,
died Nov. 17. Survived by five sons,
David, Manuel, Harry, Louis and
MONUMENT CENTER, INC.
441 E. S MLR, FERNDALE
BSeelts E. Mr Woodward
6 Mks .frame 3 Jewish
Censeterim NI Woodward
Dr. Edward Kozlow, a Detroit
dentist for more than 50 years,
died Tuesday at age 74. He was
former chief of dental services
at Cannel Hall (for the elderly)
and Detroit House of Correction.
Dr. Kozlow, a native of Sault
Ste. Marie, was the oldest living
past master of Craftsman Lodge
of the Masons and a founder of the
lodge. He also was a 50-year mem-
ber of Cong. Shaarey Zedek and
was active with the geriatric sec-
tion of the Michigan Dental Society.
He resided at 29011 Lancaster,
Survivors are his wife, Marian;
two sons, _Robert and Richard; one
brother, two sisters and six grand-
Dario, tie mating
vmk Yeshiva Moth
Yoked. wiii observe
the Tatum* of the
Moak with eke
of Koddbh sod shy-
dyiaa of Mishears*.
Rose N. Solomon
Shimon Bon Avrum 12
Chelsea Ras Faivel 12
Rubin W. Kaplan
Maris H. Kaner
Mary R. Lavin
Rebbetzin S. Fine
Mordectsal Sternberg 16
Michael Feieetman 16
Roy C. Cohen
If a death
Bernard Serwer, 56
Joseph; a daughter, Mrs. Abra-
ham (Esther) Felton; 17 grand-
children and four great-grandchil-
dren. (The name of Mrs. Segel was
misspelled in last week's paper.)
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MORRIS WHITEFIELD, 20446
Freeland, died Nov. 20. Survived
by his wife, Molly; two sons, Jo-
seph and Bernard; a daughter,
Mrs. Abe (Blanche) Turett; one
sister and six grandchildren.
JULIA WOLFE, 3692 Green-
field, Berkley, died Nov. 18. Sur-
vived by her husband, Joseph; a
son, Joseph, Jr.; a daughter, Mrs.
Herman (Dorothy) Berkley; one
sister and two grandchildren.
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