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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-04-06

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C. J. Rosenbloom, Philanthropist

and Early Supporter of Israel

JERUSALEM — Pittsburgh
philanthropist Charles J. Ro-
senbloom, who played a role
in the creation of the state
of Israel, died Sunday in
Jerusalem, where he was to
have celebrated his 75th
birthday.
His wife, Lucille Johnson
Rosenbloom, was to play in
a harp recital here.
In July 1945 Mr. Rosen-
bloom was one of 19 men
who attended a secret meet-
ing in Manhattan at which

OBITUARIES

Co., was national chairman
of the United Palestine Ap-
JOSEPH BUSSELL, 10651
peal in 1946. The following
year, he was national chair- W. 10 Mile, Oak Park, died
man of the • United Jewish April 2. Survived by his
wife, Sonya; two daughters,
Appeal.
Mrs. Lawrence (Joyce) Zis-
He was a member of the holz
and Mrs. Bruce (Hilary)
boards of the American-Is- Topy; one brother, one sis-
rael Culture Foundation, ter and
three grandchildren.
American Friends of He-

his wife, Pauline; two sons,
Charles and Ronald; and two
grandchildren.
*
*
ROSE SAXON, former De-
troiter of North Miami Beach,
died March 29. She leaves
three sons, Albert, Saul of
Reseda, Calif. and Joseph
of Cleveland; three daugh-
ters, Mrs. Jack (Charlotte)
Zumberg of Detroit, Mrs.
Neal (Theresa) Slade and
Mrs. William (Ruth) Hopt-
man of Detroit; 13 grand-
children and 18 great-grand-
children. Interment Detroit.
*
*
ELSIE SCHMOLKA, 21490
Parke Ln., Grosse Ile, died
April 4. She leaves her hus-
band, Dr. Irving; a son, San-
ford; a daughter, Dorothea;
and two brothers.

brew University and the
MELVIN CASPER of San
Weizmann Institute of Sci-
Diego died last week. Sur-
ence.
vived by Trudie Beisman
A graduate of Yale in 1920, Sarasohn, former Detroiter.
Mr. Rosenbloom was an hon-
* * *
orary life trustee of the Yale
ANNE FRANKLfIN, 4625
University Library Associa-
tion. He also was a life trus- Leafdale, Royal Oak, died
tee of the Carnegie-Mellon March 31. She leaves two
University. He presented to sons, Leonard of Houston and
the Carnegie Institute paint- Martin, one brother, one sis-
ings from his sizeable collec- ter, three grandchildren and
one great-grandchild.
tion of Old Masters.
* * *
' MAX FREEMAN, 26 Peter-
Ben
Robins, 70
boro, died April 2. Survived
by two brothers, Eli and
Theater Owner
(More Obits Page 42)
Harry of Oregon.
Ben J. Robins, a movie
* * *
theater owner for 13 years,
HARRY H. SHAPIRO, 29196
FRED GOODMAN, 18469
died March 31 at age 70.
Hilton, Southfield, died March Franklin Hills, Southfield,
Mr. Robins, 20741 Cam- 29. Survived by his wife, died April 3. Survived by his
den
Sq., Southfield, was Belle; his father, David; a wife, Clara; a son, Gerald
CHARLES ROSENBLOOM
born in Toronto and lived in daughter, Mrs. James (Ing- Blechman of Chicago; three
David Ben-Gurion described Detroit for 38 years. He was rid) West of Chicago; and daughters, Mrs. Eugene
(Marcia) Ertz, Sharon and
the need for armaments. Ro- a member of Adas Shalom two brothers.
*
*
Mrs. Robert (Judy) Cohen;
senbloom responded with do- Synagogue, the Variety Club
ARTHUR HIRSCH, 24146 two brothers, one sister and
nations of walkie-talkies and and the National Association
of Theater Owners.
Rosewood, Taylor, died seven grandchildren.
60 tons of steel.
* * *
Mr. Rosenbloom, president
He leaves his wife, Molly; March 26. He leaves his wife,
RISA SPITZER, former
of the Rosenbloom Finance a son, Dr. John M. of La Rose; a son, Leo; a daugh-
Jolla, Calif., a daughter, ter, Mrs. Gary (Lenora) Wet- Detroiter of Vienna, died
Mrs. Kenneth (Cyril Joy) stein; one sister, five grand- March 23. Survived by a
Dr. Louis N. Katz, Adler;
four brothers, one children and one great-grand- daughter, Mrs. Fabian
sister and two grandchildren. child. Mrs. Hirsch's name (Edith) Seifer of Detroit;
Heart Specialist
erroneously w a s omitted three grandchildren and two
CHICAGO — Dr. Louis N.
from
the obituary notice last great-grandchildren. Inter-
Katz, a pioneer in determin-
week.
ment Vienna.
ing the cause of hardening of Physics Professor,
* * *
* * *
the arteries, died April 3 Immanuel Estermann
CHARLES KLEIN, 23019
DAVID STOROBINSKY,
at age 75.
HAIFA — Dr. Immanuel Timberline, Southfield, died 1935 Chene, died April 2.
Dr. Katz, author of seven
books on medical research Estermann, professor emeri- April 4. Survived by a son, Survived by his wife, Bea-
and hundreds of scholarly ar- tus of physics at the Tech- Dr. Marvin; one brother, five trice; a daughter, Mrs. Sey-
ticles, was a past president nion, Israel Institute of Tech- sisters and two grandchil- mour (Barbara) Rabotnick;
two brothers, three sisters
r)f the American Heart Asso- nology, died March 30 at dren.
* * *
and three grandchildren.
%.:iation and several other age 73.
* * *
Dr. Estermann, who had
medical societies.
SYLVIA LEVINE, 4805 Val-
worked at the Office of Na- leyview S., West Bloomfield,
BEN WALT of Virginia,
val Research in Washington died March 29. She leaves Minn., died April 3. Survived
and in London, also was pro- her husband, Dr. Stanley; by his wife, Goldie; two sons,
The Family of the Late
fessor emeritus at the Uni- two sons, Gary and Dennis; Rolland of Detroit and Sher-
versity of Hamburg and for- a daughter, Lori; two broth- man of Boston; two daugh-
IRVING L.
mer professor at the Carne- ers and two sisters.
ters Mrs. Irving (Ruth) Bit-
STERN
gie Institute of Technology
* * *
terman and Mrs. Sam (Hel-
(now Carnegie-Mellon Uni-
Acknowledges with
ISADORE LEVINTHAL, en) Eder, both of Detroit;
versity of Pittsburgh.
grateful appreciation
19445 Votrobeck, died March one brother, 10 grandchildren
the many kind expres-
At his death he was edit- 29. Survived by his wife, and three great-grandchil-
sions of sympathy ex-
ing a series of textbooks for Tillie; a son, Marvin; a dren. Interment Duluth.
tended by relatives and
Academic Press.
daughter, Mrs. Marvin (Phyl-
friends during the fam-
lis) Block of University
ily's recent bereave-
Heights, 0. ; one brother, William Schwartz,
ment.
Hyman Bookstein,
nine grandchildren and five Upholsterer, 77
Furniture Co. Owner great-igrandch,iadren.
William Schwartz, an up-
* *
Hyman Bookstein, founder
holsterer at the Sheraton
MARY
MODELL,
18051
and president of Ace Furni-
Cadillac Hotel for 15 years,
The Family of the Late
ture Co., a chain of three Cherrylawn, died March 20. died Monday at age 77.
stores in Detroit, Hamtramck Survived by her husband,
SARAH
Mr. Schwartz, 21120 Inde
Sol; a son, Jerry; six daugh-
and Pontiac, died Tuesday ters, Mrs. Sol (Florence) pendence, Southfield, was a
ROTMAN
at age 74.
Leider, Mrs. Ben (Rose) hotel upholsterer for many
Acknowledges
Mr. Bookstein founded the Matz of Los Angeles, Mrs. years in Chicago prior to
with
grateful
appreciation
company in 1918. Born in Lily Goldstein, Mrs. Steven coming to Detroit. He retired
Poland, he lived in the De- (Marcia) Meyers, Mrs. Stan- in 1965.
the many kind expres-
sions_ of sympathy ex-
troit area 60 years. He was ley (Trudy) Berlin and Mrs.
He was born in Russia and
tend )y relatives and
a member of Temple Israel. Leonard (Rochel) Nagel; and came to the U.S. 56 years
Men— during the fam-
His residence was at 16332 15 grandchildren.
ago. He was a veteran of
ily's recent bei-eave-
Westland, Southfield.
* * *
World War I.
ment.
Surviving are his wife,
SANFORD A. POLLOCK,
Surviving are a son, Sey-
Lillian; two sons, Marvin 21130 Kenosha, Oak Park, mour; a daughter, Mrs. Mar-
and Jerome; five sisters, died April 4. He leaves his vin (Florence) Schwartz of
Mrs. Louis (Esther) LaMed, parents, Mr. and Mrs. Har- Los Angeles; seven grand-
Mrs. Jack (Ann) Tucker, vey Pollock; and two children and two-great-grand-
The Family of the Late
Mrs. Frank (Sarah) Novo- brothers, David and Michael. children.
ROSE
grad, Mrs. Louis (Emma)
* * *
Mr. Schwartz's death came
Nathanson and Mrs. Aaron
COLUMBUS
JOSEPH AARON ROOV- four hours after the birth of
(Rose) Weisbrot; and five ER, 15702 Hilton, Southfield, his first great-grandson, who
Acknowledges with
grandchildren.
died March 31. Survived by has been named for him.
grateful appreciation
the many kind expres-
""•::4 *•:.
sions of sympathy ex-
tended by relatives
and friends during the
family's recent be-
reavement.

L



THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Jeweler Marshall Weil Slain

Marshall (Jim) Weil, a
jeweler at 22720 Woodward,
Ferndale, was killed in what
police believe was a holdup
in the store, last week. He
was 45.
He was found dead Thurs-
day evening.
Mr. Weil, vt°.io was propri-
etor of Iversen Jewelers for
the past five months, had
been in the jewelry business
for a number of years but
only recently had gone on
his own.
He was a member of Cong.
Beth Achim. Born in Cleve-
land, he came to the De-
troit area six years ago. He
resided at 14630 LaBelle, Oak
Park.
A Navy veteran, Mr. Weil
leaves his wife, Lenore; chil-
dren Bonnie, Sharie, Jodi and
Cory Escott; Kevin. Ronna.
Michael and Jeffrie Weil; and
his mother, Mrs. Mildred
Weil, a brother, Joel, and a
sister, Mrs. Irving (Jean)
Bradley, all of Cleveland.
Friends of Mr. Weil are
setting up a memorial fund
in his name. For informa-
tion, call Mrs. Joseph Kline,
353-9483; Mrs. Harold Du-
chan, 398-8108, or Mrs. David
Klavons, 398-3564.
Mr. Weil's stepdaughter,
Jodi Escott, 14, wrote a eulo-
gy that was read by Rabbi
Milton Arm at services Sun-
day at Kaufman Chapel.
It read in part:
"I'll always remember you
as the greatest guy;

You could never cheat or
tell a lie.
Everyone loves you,
Your daughters and sons
and everyone you knew.
I can't believe it, nobody can,
All I know is that you were
a real man.
With a smile on your face
and your head up high,
Why, oh why, did you
have to die?
There's two things you have
to have through life,
That's pride and dignity.
You had those two things,
and I learned to have
Them from you."

WE MAUMEE

rtzx

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

.

Dr. Sidney Farber,
Cancer Researcher

NEW YORK — Dr. Sidney
Farber, director of research
at the Children's Cancer Re-
search Foundation, died
March 30 at age 63.
Dr. Farber received the
1966 Lasker Award for Clin-
ical Research for his pioneer-
ing work in using drugs to
treat malignancies in chil-
dren.
As pathologist in chief and
head of the division of labora-
tories and research at the
Children's Hospital Medical
Center in Boston, he was
credited with the coordina-
tion of vital research pro-
grams on the treatment of
cancer by drugs.

• Sidney A. Deitch
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