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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-03-30

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Leading Israeli Writer, Novelist
Haim Hazaz; Wrote of Yemenites

JERUSALEM ( J T A) -
Haim Hazaz, one of Israel's
leading writers, died March
24 at age 74.
Mr. Hazaz, who was born
in the Ukrainian town of
Siderovici, wrote stories
about the effect of the Rus-
sian revolution on Jews dur-
ing the early part of his
career.
He fled Russia after the

Hillel Landsman, 76;
Defender of Tel Hai

TEL AVIV (JTA)-Hillel
Landsman, one of the last
survivors of the defense of
Tel Hai, died March 21 at the
age of 76. He came to Pal-
e
at the turn of the cen-
t
joined the Turkish
Ar y and served in it as an
officer during World War I.
Shortly after the war he join-
ed Joseph Trumpfeldor in
the defense of Tel Hai, a tiny
Jewish settlement in Upper
Galilee beseiged by thou-
sands of Arabs.
Trumpfeldor was mortally
wounded and died in Lands-
man's arms after saying the
words that have since become
a legend in Israel: "It is good
to give your life for your
country."
Mr. Landsman was among
the founders of Ayelet Ha-
shahar, a settlement on what

OBITUARIES

Bolshevik revolution and set-
tled in Palestine in 1931 after
living in Paris and Berlin.

One of the founders of the
Land of Israel Movement
which came into being imme-
diately after the Six-Day
War, he was a former presi-
dent of the Hebrew Writers
Association.

His first novel after set-
tling in Palestine, "Rehayim
Shvoorim" (Broken Mill-
stone) earned him the 1942
Bialik Prize. He won the
Bialik Prize again in 1971 for
a collection of stories.
Mr. Hazaz wrote a great
deal about Yemenite Jews in
1944 under the title "Hay-
oshevet Beganim."
Between 1947 and 1952 he
published a four-volume epic
on Yemenite Jewry, "Yaish,"
which won him the Israel
Prize in 1952.
Mr. Hazaz was formerly
married to the poet Yocheved
Bat Miriam with whom he
had a son. Nahum, who was
killed in the May 1948 battle

for Jerusalem.

Miriam Adler, 85
Mother of Cantor

HELEN BALKANY, 23060
Eastwood, Oak Park, died
March 24. Survived by two
sons, Sam and Harry; a
daughter, Mrs. Margaret
Weissman; one sister, five
grandchildren and five great-
grandchildren.
* * g.:
CELIA BARENHOLTZ,
10484 Kingston, Huntington
Woods, died March 25. Sur-
vived by her husband, Mor-
ris; three sons, Dr. Benja-
min, Seymour and Joseph;
three daughters, Mrs. David
(Evelyn) Cobb, Mrs. Eugene
(Ann) Zolin of Plainfield,
N.J., and Arda; one sister
and 13 grandchildren.
*
*
LOUIS BLUMENAU, 1935
Chene, died March 28. Sur-
vived by a brother, Aaron,
and a sister, Mrs. Morris
(Hilda) Singer, bath of
Miami.
* * *
RITA CUTLER, 1 8 5 4 0

Kentfield, died March 24. She
leaves her mother, Mrs.
Jack (Nancy) Cutler; a bro-
ther, Lawrence; and a sister,
Mrs. Roy (Karen) Mason.
* * *
SAM DANTE, 15310 North-
gate, Oak Park, died 'March
27. He leaves his wife, Ethel;
one sister, one nephew and
four nieces.
* * *
LOUIS B. DIZIK, former
Detroiter of Tucson, died
Feb. 27. Survived by his wife,
Bertha; a daughter, Mrs.
Marilyn Graham of Boston
and six grandchildren. Inter-
ment Tucson.

Miriam Sara Adler,
mother of Cantor Hyman Ad-
ler of Cong. Bnai David, died
Sunday in Herzliya, where
she made her home. She was
was formerly Lake Hulett 85.
Mrs. Adler, who was born
and headed its regional coun-
in Jerusalem, lived most of
cil for many years.
her life in Israel but spent
close to •5 years in New
York and many visits to De-
The Family of the Late
troit. She had spent a year
BEN TUSHMAN
in the U.S. recently to attend
the wedding of a grand-
Announces the unveil-
* * *
daughter and the Bnai Mitz-
ing of a monument in
va of four great-grandsons.
SEYMOUR FRIED, 32426
his memory 12:45 p.m.
Her husband was the late Scottsdale, Franklin, died
Sunday, April 1, at
Rev. Morris Nathan Adler, a March 26. He leaves his wife,
Adas Shalom Ceme-
ritual director, who for a Marsha; three sons, Harold,
tery. Rabbi Segal and
brief period was shames at Paul and Jeffrey; one brother
Cantor Fenakel will
Bnai David.
and one sister.
officiate. Relatives and
* * *
Surviving besides her son
friends are asked to at-
are three daughters, Mrs.
tend.
MOLLY BRIN GAYNOR of
Joseph (Hanna) Adler of Miami Beach died March 21.
Herzliya, Mrs. Leon (Sho- Survived by her husband,
shana) Rosenbaum of Los Morris; two sons, Martin
Angeles and Mrs. Zipora Brin and Irving Brin•, both
The Family of the Late
Bachrach of Jerusalem; a of St. Louis; a daughter, Mrs.
brother, Benjamin Hausman Melvin (Inez) Kepes of De-
REGINA
of Jerusalem; 11 grandchil- troit; 10 grandchildren and
dren and 25 great-grandchil- four, great-grandchildren. In-
BROWN
dren. Interment Herzliya.
terment St. Louis.
Announces an unveiling
* * *
of a monument in her
ARTHUR
HIRSCH, 24281
memory 1 p.m. Sunday,
Majestic, Oak Park, died
April 8 at Oakview
March 26. Survived by a son,
Cemetery. Rabbi Lehr-
In loving memory of our Leo; a daughter, Mrs. Gary
man will officiate. Rela-
beloved mother Lillian Stern, (Lenora) Vetstein; one sis-
tives and friends are
who passed away March ter, five grandchildren and
asked to attend.
31, 1958. Sadly missed and one great-grandchild.
always remembered by her
* C. *
daughters, Mrs. Sidney (San-
MAX KAFTAN, 20975 In-
dra) Levethan, Mrs. Ron- dependence, Southfield, died
The Families of the
ald (Estelle) Hurwitz and March 28. He leaves his wife,
Late
Mrs. Hershel (Gail) Epstein. Esther; a son, Allen; a
daughter, Mrs. Kenneth
IDA WEIDER
(Edith) Moss; one brother,
In memory of our be-
two sisters and four grand-
knowledges with
loved mother and
children. Services 9:30 a.m.
rateful appreciation
grandmother
today at Kaufman Chapel.
the many kind expres-
* * *
FANY
sions of sympathy ex-
DORA PEARLMAN, 6121
tended by relatives and
Pinecroft, West Bloomfield,
GOODMAN
friends during the fam-
died March 24. She leaves a
ily's recent bereave-
who passed away
son, Dr. Abe; a daughter,
ment.
March 27, 1963. Your
Mrs.
Harry (Ruth) Sosnick;
warmth and your love
eight grandchildren and eight
sustain us. We miss
great-grandchildren.
you so very much.
* *
Your children, Selma
JULIUS
ROTHENBURG,
The Family of the Late
and Harry Kramer
13731 Courtland, Oak Park,
and your grandchil-
died March 26. He leaves his
dren, Robin, Jeffrey,
GEORGE KLEIN
wife, Gertrude; a son, Ar-
Keith and Dana.
thur; and a daughter, Barb-
Acknowledges with
ara.
grateful appreciation
the many kind expres-
sions of sympathy ex-
tended by relatives and
friends during the fam-
ily's recent bereave.
ment.

In Memoriam

SARAH ROTMAN, 17626
A d r i a n, Southfield, died
March 24. Survived by a
daughter, Mrs. Samuel (Dor-
othy) Shepard; and three
grandchildren.

IRVING S. RUBIN, 2015
Lovington, Troy, died March
25. Survived by his wife,
Mary; two sons, Arthur and
Harvey; a daughter, Mrs.
Gary (Phyllis) Levitt; and
three grandchildren.
*
*
DR. MARVIN SGHWARTZ,
former Detroiter of Portland,
Ore., died March 24. He
leaves his wife, Selma; two
sons, Dr. Lee Schwartz of
Vancouver, B.C. and Avery
Schwartz; a daughter, Julie;

his mother, Mrs. Morris
(Dora) Schwartz of Detroit;
two brothers, David and
Louis and a - sister, Mrs.
Felix (Rose) Rosenwach, all
of Detroit. Interment Port-
land.
* * *
SANDRA J. SCHWARTZ,
24651 Manistee, Oak Park,
died March 26. She leaves
her husband, Murray; a son
Robert G.; two daughters,
Karen and Debra; her mo-
ther, Mrs. Philip (Rebecca)
Robinson; one brother and
one sister.
* * *
BESSIE SILVERMAN
died March 23. She leaves a
son Eugene; her father,
David Schwartz, and two
grandchildren.
* * *
AL SKLARE, 20757 Cam-
den Sq., Southfield, died
March 27. He leaves his wife,
Edith; three sons, Sheldon,
David and Robert; and one
sister.

Hanley L. Wolfe,
Revenue Agent

Hanley L. Wolfe, revenue
agent for Michigan's Depart-
ment of .the treasury for 30
years, died March 23 at age
58.
Mr. Wolfe, 16955 LaSalle,
was a native Detroiter who
was graduated from the Uni-
versity of Michigan and the
Detroit College of Law in
1937. He was a member of
the State Bar Association and
Cong. Shaarey Zedek.
He leaves his mother, Mrs.
Sadie Wolfe.

Emanuel Winkelman,
Lane Bryant Exec

JERUSALEM JTA)-Serv-
ices were held for Aryeh
Leib G ell m a n, honorary
chairman of the Mizrachi-
H a p o e 1 Hamizrachi move-
ment, who died in Tel Aviv
at age 86.
Mr. Gellman, who pub-
lished eight books on Torah
studies, was a member of
the editorial board of Hat-
zofe, the Mizrachi news-
paper.
He represented his move-

porate merchandise manager
before his retirement in 1969,
died on a world tour March
21 in Yokohama, Japan at
age 69.
He attended the University
of Michigan.

Younglieb, president of A. B.
Landau Inc., a New York ad-
vertising agency, died March
i .21 at age 69. s
2.0-10D
Mr. Younglieb played' an
important role in the growth
and development of many
clients, including B. Mani-
schewitz, which he handled
for more than 40 years;
Stuhmer Baking Co., and the

Zim Israel - America Lines.
He helped establish various
Jewi s h newspapers and

WE REAALMBER

Trzirx mn:

During the
coming week
Yeshivath Beth
Yehudo will
observe the
Yahrzeit of the
following de-
parted friends,
with the tradi-
tional Memor-
ial Prayers, re-
citation of
Kaddish and
studying of
Mishnayos.

LOS ANGELES - David
L. Loew, a retired movie
producer, died in California
at age 75. His success came
in 1942 with the film "The
Moon and Sixpence."

Robert Goldwater,
NY Art Critic

NEW YORK - Robert
Goldwater, art critic and
scholar and teacher in mod-
ern art, died at age 65. He
was chairman of the Museum
of Primitive Art and • a full
professor of art history at
New York University's In-
stitute of Fine Arts.

Max Factor President


LI 2-8266

JO 44557 ,

Sidney A. Deitch

DETROIT
MONUMENT _WORKS

14441 W. 11 Mile Rd.

Gardner, betw. Coolidge di Greenfield
119-2711, Eve. 616-0330

ment at Zionist congresses
and served as chairman of
the Talmudic Encyclopedia
and on the board of the
Yeshivat Kerem Beyavneh.

18325 W. 9 MILE RD., SOUTHFIELD

NEW YORK -Herman

David L. Loew, 75,
Movie Producer

Ira Kaufman Chapel, Inc.

Worldwide Service

Herman Younglieb,
Ad Agency Head

NEW YORK - Emanuel broadcasting facilities here.
Winkelman, a director of
Lane Bryant, Inc., who had
been vice president and cor-

BEVERLY HILLS, Calif.-
Alfred Firestein, president of
Max Factor and Co. cosmetic
Irving L. Stern, 61,
firm, died Tuesday at age 48.
Pharmacy Owner
He was a third generation of
Irving L. Stern, a pharma- the Max Factor family.
cist who owned Irving's
Pharmacy at Livernois and Sadat Aide to Meet
Elmhurst for 29 years, died
French VIPs in April
March 26 at age 61.
PARIS OTA) - Hafez
Mr. Stern, 22325 LaGa-
ronne, Southfield, was born Ismail, Egyptian President
in Russia in. 1911 and came Anwar Sadat's national se-
to Detroit at age 9. He was curity affairs adviser, is to
a member of Louis D. Bran- meet President Georges Pom-
deis Lodge of Bnai Brith and pidott and other French of-
the Aesculapian Pharma- ficials next month, French
official circles reported, con-
ceutical Association.
He is survived by his wife, firming a similar report from
Rita; four sons, Victor, Gary, Cairo.
Mark Stern and Stuart Ros-
enberg; two daughters, Mrs.
MONUMENT CENTER, INC.
Michael (Carol) Adler and
661 E. 8 MILE, FERNDALE
Mrs. Ronald (Sharon) Kay;
1Ih Blocks E. of Woodward
two brothers and seven
6 Blks from 3 Jewish
grandchildren.
Cemeteries on Woodward

A. L. Gellman, 86,
Mizrachi Leader

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, March 30, 1973-47

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29
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