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January 18, 1974 - Image 46

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-01-18

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Wouk, Shulman
'Novels Amon2-,
New Best-Sellin,

Joseph Serlin, 67,
Political Leader

TEL AVIV (JTA)-Liberal
Party leader and former
Minister of Health Joseph
Serlin, died Jan. 13 at age 67.
Boi'n in Bialystok in 1906,
Mr. Serlin became a promin-
ent figure in Israel and the
world Zionist movement.
He began his Zionist activ-
ities at an early age as a
student of law at the Warsaw
Law School where he received
his degree. In 1930 he be-

Best-selling novels by noted
authors are among the new
paperbacks issued by Simon
and Schuster as Pocket
Books paperbacks.
Notable among the new
S & S editions is "Don't Stop
the Carnival" by Herman
Wouk. With the Caribbea-n
Amerigo Island as the setting
and the New York • press
agent Norman Paperman as
the dominant character, this
story of adventures made the
best seller list and is among .
the prize selection of the
of-the-Month Club.
-"the new list is another ,
highly acclaimed novel, "The
Devil's Knee" by Irving
Shulman. A story about
mobsters, their flight to
Mexico City, their new life
there of "straight living,"
Shu/man's novel is another
mark of continuous popu-
larity for a noted. writer.
Other Pocket Book paper-
backs just issued by S & S
include: "On Being Fe-
male," an anthology by noted
writers, edited by Barbara
Stanford, who is well repre-
sented in the more than two-
JOSEPII SERLIN
score essays in this volume:
and "Arrows Four," prose came secretary to the Zion-
and poetry by young Ameri- ist leader, Nahum Sokolow
can Indians, edited by '1' D. in Poland and Germany.
Arriving in Israel in 1933,
Allen.
he became one of the found-
ers of the General Zionist
Party-the forerunner of the
Liberal Party.
Mr. Serlin was a leader of
the World Union of the Gen-
eral Zionist Movement and
eral
until his death served as ex-
During the
ecutive chairman of its Is-
coming week
rael office. In the Knesset he
Yeshivoth Beth
dist'nguished himself as a
Yehuda will
brilliant parliamentarian and
observe the
exnert on legal questions,
Yahrzeit of the
and was minister of health
following de-
from 1952 to 1955.
ported friends,

WE REMEMBER
71-1:17 ■ 2 nizx

with the tradi-
tional Memor-
ial Prayers, re-
citation of
Kaddish and
studying of
Mishnayos.

Teves
Stella Halfand
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Sarah Lapinsky 26
Sadie Maltzman 26
Max Schlange
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Jacob Sukenic
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Joseph Wetsman 26
Rose Eisenman 27
Meyer MirsRy
27
Helen Radner
27
Beatrice Stemsay 27
Rose Bloch
28
Benjamin Danzer 28
'Lillian Epstein
28
Helen Mandell
28
Jacob Rothbard 28
Boruch Shapiro 28
Nathan Spevakow 28
Mollie
Weingarden
28
George Cetron
29
Rose Fershtman 29
Mollie
Greenspoon
29
Mordechai M.
Hoffman
29
Charles Katz
29
P Rtrice Shoob
29
1 Z.
)Ikovich
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Shevat
Saul H. Cohen
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Fruma Edelman
1
Sadie Hornick
1
Fannie Patlojohn 1
Anna Posner
1
Bluma
Rosenbloom
1
Rachel Sachs
1
Sylvia Weiss
1
Minnie Zack
1
Sarah F. Copin
2
Sarah Faber
2
Sarah Kaplan
2
Fanny Lubow
2
Martin Fine
3
Edith German
3
Zesse Katz
3
Morris Levitt
3
Flora Levy
3
Anna Mindlin
3
Sarah Saks
3
Moses H. Thorn
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Yeshivoth Beth
Yehuda

1 575 1 W. 10 1/2 Mile
Southfield
Phone 5 57-6 7 5 0

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Myrtle Jacobson, 54,
Dean at NY College

NEW YORK-Dean Myrtle .
Saxe Jacobson, director of
the Brooklyn College School
of General Studies, the eve-
ning division, died Jan, 13 at
age 54. Dean Jacobson, who
headed the 8,500-student eve-
ning session since February
1971, long championed de-
gree-bearing education for
adults and those who worked
in the daytime.

Sabbath Uplifted
.
The oncoming of the Sab-
bath is attended by an up-
lifting of the heart, its depar-
ture by a gnawing melan-
choly. Farewell to the
glimpse of paradise! Its
hours are treasured for pray-
er, for sacred study, for pur-
ity of conversation and
thought, for the complete
deletion, of course, of world-
ly calculations (it is even for.
bidden to have money in
one's pocket on the Sab-
bath!), for rest, for grati-
tude, and for the impotence
of the outside world to inflict
suffering. Thus it was; the
exile itself was forgotten on
the Sabbath.
This and more is the word
Shabbos in Yiddish. How is
it to be "translated"?-Mau-
rice Samuel, in "The Profes-
sor and The Fossil."

OBITUARIES

MORRIS BAND, 25125
Biarritz, Oak Park, died Jan.
15. He leaves his wife, Lena;
a son, Oscar; two daughters,
Mrs. Phillip ( Rebecca ) Orrin
and Mrs. Nathan (Dorothy)
Bernstein of Sacramento; one
sister and eight grandchil-
dren.

BERG a URBACH

Max Silk, 79,
Ex-Bar Owner

MINNIE A. ZACK

Elks.
He leaves his wife, Edriq .
and a sister, Mrs. Jack
(Sylvia) Reitman.

Mother of Actress

NEW YORK - Mrs. Agnes
G. Zimmerman, mother of
singer-actress Ethel Merman
'lied here Jan. 14 at age 90.
Besides her daughter, she
leaves her husband, a retired
accountant.

Service

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Max Isber g
Aurora VP

,

seph (Lenore) Rich; one
JOSEPH SHEFMAN, 26620
brother, a nephew and two Summerdale, Southfield, died
grandchildren.
Jan. 14. He leaves his wife,
Attorney Max M. Isberg,
Rose; a son, Harry; a daugh- former vice president of
ALLAN KANTER, former ter, Sarah; five grandchil- Aurora Gas Co., died Wed-
Detroiter of Los Angeles, dren and two great-grand- nesday at age 65.
died Jan. 10. Survived by a children.
Mr. Isberg, 1348 Charring-
*
brother, Morrey of Detroit.
ton, Birmingham, had offices
HARRY SHERMAN of
at 2210 Fisher Building. He
ROBERT H. LUX, died Jackson died Jan. 10. He
was a graduate of Wayne
MEYER B. BECKMAN, Jan. 15. Survived by three leaves his wife, Orine; a son,
State University's law school
former Detroiter of El Paso,: brothers, Morris, Nathan and Robert M. of Citrus Heights,
in 1936.
died Jan. 15. He leaves lwo Louis; and a sister, Mrs. Calif.; one brother and four
Born in Detroit, Mr. Isberg
daughters. Mrs. Kenneth Martha (Goldie) Hechtman grandchildren. Interment De-
was an Air Force veteran
troit.
( Barbara ) Given and Mrs. of San Diego.
of World War II. He was a
Stanton (Gail) Corbat of Los
former board member of
Angeles: one sister and six
JACK WALD, 21865 Avon,
MOLLIE ROTT, 17385 Ken-
Cong. Shaarey Zedek.
grandchildren.
tucky, died Jan. 14. Survived Oak Park, died Jan. 11. Sur-
Survivors are his wife,
by five sons, Norton Boyar- vived by his wife, Ruth; a Elaine; a son, Ralph; and
IRENE BERN S, 4804 sky and Joseph, Max, Saul son, Stanford; a daughter, a daughter, Brooke; his
Woodland, Royal Oak, died and Manuel; a daughter, Mrs. Jack (Phyllis) Wino- mother, Mrs. Freda Isberg.
Jan. 16. She leaves a son, Mrs. Daniel (Rhoda) Brick- grad of Windsor; one brother
Philip: 'her mother, Mrs. ner; 37 grandchildren and 33 and five grandchildren.
Sidney A. Deitch
Louis (Susan) Beck; and one great-grandchildren.
brother.
MURRY WEISBERGER,
DETROIT
PAULINE SANDL E R. 17501 Evans, Southfield, died
MONUMENT WORKS
24630
Seneca,
Oak
Park,
died
Jan. 15. Survived by his wife,
ANNA (ZUSMAN) EHR-
14441 W. 11 M:Ie Rd.
LICH, died Jan. 10. She Jan. 15. She leaves a sister, Violet; a son, James; a Gardner, betw. Coolndge & Greenfeqd
311 1711, Eve
416-0330
leaves two sons, Dr. R. Paul Mrs. Albert (Estelle) Kauf- datighter, Rita; two brothers
Zusman and Herman H. Zus- man of Washington, D. C.; and one sister.
man; and five grandchildren. two grandchildren, Mrs. Bur-
ton (Barbara) Conn of San
HARRY WOLFE, 14151
MONUMENT CENTER, INC.
JOSPEH FE LC H, 2921 Diego; and Robert Burke; Greenbriar, Oak Park, died
661 E. 8 MILE, FERNDALE
and two great-grandchildren. Jan. 15. Survived by his wife,
1 1/2 Blocks E. of Woodward
Berkshire, Birmingham, died
Jean; a son, Dr. Robert; a
6 Blks from 3 Jewish
Jan. 12. Survived by his wife,
Cemeteries on Woodward
PEARL SCHNEIDER, died daughter, Mrs. Melvin (Mari-1
Rebecca; two sons, Dr. Rich-
Jan. 10. Survived by two lyn) Gvazda; one brother
L I 2-8166
ard of Elsmere, N. Y. and
JO 4-55571
sons, Leonard . Brand of and two grandchildren.
Paul; a daughter. Mrs.
Lowell, Mass., and Allen R.
seph (Deborah) Buglisi of
Franklin Sq., N. Y.; and one Brand; four brothers, five
sisters. seven grandchildren
sister.
and three great-grandchil-
dren.
SARAH FREEDMAN, 20292
*
Greenview, died Jan. 14. She
mumenh
SADIE SHACKMAN, 21451
leaves a daughter, Mrs. Jo-
Westhampton. Oak P a r k.
FORMERLY
KARL
BERG
MEMORIALS
died Jan. 11. Survived by her
MANUEL URBACH & SON
Rose B. German. . husband, David; a daughter.
Mrs. Harold (Ilene) Mathis:
Ex-Saleswoman
one brother, one sister and
Rose B. German, a sales- • two grandchildren.
woman at the J. L. Hudson
Co.'s Northland store since
Author, Music Critic
1953, , died Jan. 15 at age 70.
NEW YORK-Sidney Fin-
Thank you so much for
Mrs. German, 24010 Gen-
eva, Oak Park, retired in kelstein, music critic and
your kind expression of sympathy
1971. She was a member of author of 10 books and scores
Temple Beth El and its of articles on music, died
for our mother,
sisterhood, a past president Jan. 14 at age 64. He was a
member
of
the
staff
of
Van-
of Silverman Detroit Auxil-
KITTY STONE
iary of the Jewish War Vet- guard Records from 1951 to
erans and a member cf 1973.
Hadassah, Jewish Home for
Her children
the Aged Women's Auxiliary
The Family of the Late
and Women's American ORT.
She leaves two daughters.
JACK
Mrs. Nathan (Adele) Lipson
and Mrs. Sidney (Sondra)
SCHWARTZ
Gorosh; a sister, Mrs. Harry
Acknowledges with
L. (Nell) Berger; and three
grateful appreciation
grandchildren.
the many kind expres-
In memory of our dear beloved
sions of sympathy ex-
tended by relatives and
friends during the fam-
Mother who passed away
ily's re cent bereave-
ment.
Max Silk, retired owner of
Jan. 20, 1969
the Bagley Bar in the Michi-
gan Building, died Jan. 17
at age 79.
In Loving Memory of
Born in Poland, Mr. Silk
Our Dear Father,
retired two years ago after
Grandfather and
owning the bar since 1939.
Great-Grandfather
Yahrzeit will be observed Thursday,
He was a member of the

PHILLIP
ROSENBERG

Who passed away three
years ago, Jan. 20, 1971.
Sadly missed and al-
ways remembered by
his children Esther and
Dave, Max and Ann,
Rose a n d Mitchell;
grandchildren
a n d great-grandchil-
dren.

Jan. 24, 1974

First day of Shevat (Jan. 4)

Who is sadly missed and will always

be remembered as the most beautiful

mother in the world.

Ira Kaufman Chapel, Inc.

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, January 18, 1974-47

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Elgin 1-5200

Ira Kaufman-Herbert Kaufman

18325 W. 9 MILE RD., SOUTHFIELD

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