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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-11-01

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, November 1, 1974-63

Soviet Violinist David Oistrakh
Premier Musician of USSR

LONDON (JTA) — David
Oistrakh, the celebrated Sov-
iet Jewish violinist, died
Oct. 24 in Amsterdam of a
-heart attack at age 64.
Mr. Oistrakh was one of
the world's greatest violin-
ists. He had an uninterrupted
Success as an international
performer, solo and with or-
chestras, for four decades.

Mr. Oistrakh was the son
of a Jewish baker in Odessa.
His grandfather had a kosher
restaurant in the Black Sea
city.
Victor Hoehauser, the dis-
tinguished musical impres-

onument
veiling

..ritVe g announcements may
be inserted by mail or by calling
The Jewish News office, 17515 W.
9 Mile Rd., Southfield, Mich. 48075,
424-8833. Written announcements
must be accompanied by the name
and address of the person making
the insertion. There is a standing
...- ‘large of $4.50 for an unveiling
notice,• measuring an inch in
depth and $8.00 for one two inches
deep with a black border.

4,

*

Jacob Goldstein,
Retired Salesman

Jacob Goldstein, a retired
salesman for the Zelkower
Department Store, died Oct.
24 at age 75.
Born in Romania, Mr. Gold-
stein came to the U.S. at age
2 and lived 61 years in De-
troit. He was a member of
Oak Park Lodge of the Ma-
sons, Hannah Schloss Old
Timers and the Oak Park
Senior Citizens. He resided at
24120 Rensselaer, Oak Park.
He leaves his wife, Mary;
three -sons, Herbert, Alvin
and Ronald; a brother, Max
Golde of Chicago; a sister,
Mrs. Max (Laura) Pincus of
Los Angeles; eight grand-
children and t h r e e great-
grandchildren.

Emanuel Rosen,
Aided Nazi Victims

41

_ The family of the late
Joseph Felch announces the
unveiling of a monument in
his memory 12 noon Sunday,
Nov. 3, at Hebrew Memorial
Park. Rabbi Goldschlag will
DAVID OISTRACH
officiate. Relatives and
sario, paid the following
friends are asked to attend.
tribute to Mr. Oistrakh:
"David and his wife were
close friends for 23 years.
The Family of the Late
There was hardly a single
SARAH
day in which we did not talk
ABRAMSON-
on the telephone. I knew his
mother, too. She used to
Announces the unveil.
speak delightful Yiddish.
ing of a monument in
David was a very proud
her memory 12 noon
Jew.
Sunda y, Nov. 3, at
"He played in Israel in
Clover Hill Memorial
1965 and greatly valued the
Park. Rabbi Nelson
experience. During times of
will officiate, Relatives
tension and war in the Mid-
and friends are asked -
dle East, David used to in-
to attend.
quire anxiously about Israel.
A number of his pupils are
in Israel, and he was glad
about it. We have lost a
The Family of the Late
musician of genius, a great
JOSEPH
man and a warm-hearted
MERZON
Jew."
Announces the unveil-
Oistrakh • w o n numerous
ing of a monument in
awards at home and abroad,
his memory 11:30 a.m.
and the official Soviet news
Sunday, Nov. 3, at
agency Tass - called him "a
Workmen's Circle Sec-
synonym of perfection."
tion, Hebrew Memorial
He was the premier violin-
Park. Rabbi Gordon
ist in the Soviet Union for
will officiate. Relatives
more than 30 years, and be-
and friends are asked
came internationally famous
to attend.
through recordings and con-
cert appearances.
He made his first Western
appearance in Belgium in
The Family of the Late
1937, winning first prize in
an international competition.
HELEN EVELYN
Following World War II he
SILVER
was allowed to travel the
Announces the unveil-
world giving concerts.
11w <of a monument in
His first American app.ear-
memory 2 p.m.
ance came in 1955 at Car-
d - _ay, Nov. 10, at
negie Hall, and he followed
Machpelah Cemetery.
that sensational performance
Rabbis Levin and Za-
with a triumphant American
chariash will officiate.
tour of recitals.
Relatives and friends
He was warded the Soviet
are ---sYed to attend.
Union's highest honor for an
artist in 1958, the designa-
tion People's Artist of the
Soviet Union. He was also
awarded the State Prize, the
The Family of the Late
Lenin Prize and the Order
of Lenin. -
MARY STOLLER

NEW YORK (JTA) —
Emanuel Rosen, an official
of the Joint Distribution
Committee, died recently at
age 84.
At the outbreak of the sec-
ond World War and in its
early days, Mr. Rosen was
a member of the JDC staff
in Paris and in Lisbon where
he helped Jews escaping from
Germany and the Nazicoccu-
pied countries.
After the war he served
as the JDC's director of
transportation in which ca-
pacity he assisted tens of
thousands of Jewish ,survi-
vors of the Nazi Holocaust
to make their way to Pal-
estine and other countries
of refuge.

Jacob Ilutovich,
Zionist Activist

TEL AVIV (ZINS)—Jacob
Ilutovich, - father of Leon Ilu-
tovich, executive director of
the Zionist Organization of
America, died recently at
age 93.
For many years Mr. Iluto-
vich was a leading member
of the Central Committee of
the General Zionist Organi-
zation and of the Tarbut in
Poland. On the outbreak of
World War II and after the
Soviet occupation of a part
of Poland, Mr. Ilutovich aid-
ed Zionist activists in cross-
ing the Soviet frontier on
their way to Wilno.
The Russians seized him
and his wife and consigned
them to Siberia, where they
remained for five years. As
a result of the Soviet-Polish
pact, Mr. Ilutovich regained
his freedom and was allowed
to return to Poland. In 1949
he settled in Israel.

.

Announces the unveil-
ing of a monument in
her memory 11:30 a.m.
Sunday, Nov. 3, at Bnai
David Cemetery. Rabbi
Poupko and Cantor
Adler will officiate. ,
Relatives and friends
are asked to attend.

Break one link and the
whole chain falls apart.

OB TUARIES

CELIA ALTMAN, 25216
Rue Versailles, Oak Park,
died Oct. 30. Survived by two
daughters, Mrs. Sheldon
(Beatrice) Kaplan and Mrs.
Seymour (Jane) Weiner; one
brother, two sisters and nine
grandchildren. Services 10:30
a.m. today at HebreW Memo-
rial Chapel.
*
*
ABRAHAM BETENSKY,
former Detroiter of Miami
Beach, died Oct. 25. Survived
by a son, William Benton of
Australia; three daughters,
Mrs. Minnie Kee, Mrs. Sylvia
Kohler both of California
and Mrs. Robert (Rosalind)
Lee of Oregon; two sisters,
eight grandchildren and four
great-grandchildren.
* *
SONIA CHABENSKY, 19100
W. Seven Mile, died Oct. 26.
Survived by three sons,
Samuel Chapin, Jack Chapin
and Charles Chapin; seven
grandchildren; and one great-
grandchild.

*

* *

SOLOMON COHEN, 13339
W. Nine. Mile, Oak Park, died
Oct. 24. Survived by his wife,
Shirley; a son, Allen D.; a
daughter, Mrs. Peter (Mari-
lyn) Werbe of Pontiac; and
two° sisters.
• * *
DORA G ALE R, 15235
Northgate Blvd., Oak Park,
died Oct. 29. Survived by her
husband, Morris; two daugh-
ters, Mrs. Walter (Shirley)
Cykiert and Mrs. Herbert
Cecile) Cohen; her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
(Esther) Grossman of Cran-
ston, R.I.; two brothers, five
sisters and six grandchildren.
*
*
RACHMIEL "MIKE" GER-
STEIN died Oct. 24. He
leaves his wife, Molly; two
daughters, Mrs. David (Lil-
lian) Lewis and Mrs. Jack
(Mary) Baroff; one brother,
one sister, three grandchil-
dren and one great-grand-
child.
• *
HARRY GRANSTEIN, for-
mer Detroiter of Los Angeles,
died Oct. 26. Survived by his
wife, Essie; a son, Richard;
two sisters and three broth-
ers, including David Greene
of Detroit: Interment Los
Angeles.



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* *

DAVID KAGAN, 29227
Oriole, Livonia, died Oct. 30.
Survived by his wife, Freda-,
a son, Gerald; two daughters,
Mrs. Daniel (Arlene) Kirsch

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and Mrs. Dale (Sandra) and Donald of Urbana, Ill.;
Weisel; two brothers, two one brother, one sister and
sisters and five grandchil- three grandchildren.
dren.

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WE REMEMBER

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Alter Farber
Max J. Keidan
Jacob Lesser
Dr. Leo Orecklin
Ida Rothenberg
Sam Siegel
Norma Weinger
Lena aZage
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Greenblatt
Ida Maiseloff
David Sirota
Yetta Teller
Cy Aaron
Martin
Amhowitz
Jack Brown
Sarah P.
Kliman
Minnie Levi
Samuel J.
Maxman
Ida Miller
Vetta Norber
Morris
Rosenthal
Meyer Brodsky
Israel Cohen
Louis Harris
Jerry Kane
Rose L. Kramer
Belle I.
Pearson
Janet Robinson
Samuel
Schubiner
Jacob Schulman
Molly Seligson _
Chava G.

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Zarankin
Elke Eisenberg
Hyman
Friedman
Esther
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Moshe

Joseph

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Phone 557-6750

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Yehudah

NT - CENTER, INC.

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During the
coming week
Yeshivoth Beth
Yehudah will
observe the
Yahrzeits of the
following d e-
parted friends,
with the tradi-
tional Memor-
ial Prayers, re-
citation of
Kaddish and
Studying of
Mishnayos.

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ALEXANDER STEARN,
23091 Gardner, Oak Park,
died Oct. 26. Survived by his
wife, Betty; two sons, Samuel

One year has passed since you left us so
suddenly. Although time has not eased our
pain and loneliness, our love and memories
of you are forever. You have at least seen
Jami and held him in your arms. Sadly
missed and needed by your wife, Ida; son,
Michael; daughter,, Phyllis; and grandchild-
ren.

18325 W. 9 MILE RD.. SOUTHFIELD



'EVA SHERMAN died Oct.
31. She leaves a daughter,
Mrs. David (Gloria) Zatkin;
seven brothers and three
grandchildren. Services at
9:30 a.m. today at Ira Kauf-
man Chapel.
* $
MOLLIE SIROTKIN died
Oct. 25. She leaves four sons,
Louis, Paul, 'Phillip of Del-
mar, N.Y., and Jack; two
daughters, Mrs. Eugene
(Rose) Agins and Mrs.
George (Mary) Lewis; 15
grandchildren and five great-
grandchildren.

Ira Kaufman Chapel, Inc.

Worldwide Service

* *

ANNA P. MORROW, 15700
Providence, Southfield, died
Oct. 25. She leaves her hus-
band, Louis; a son, Seymour;
a daughter, Mrs. Elliott
(Alice) Field; one sister and
five grandchildren.
* *
LOUIS MEYER ROSEN-
BAUM, 18210 Alta Vista,
Southfield, died Oct. 23 in
Israel. Survived by his wife,
Betty; two sons, Joel H. of
Bloomington, Ind., and Mark
A.; two daughters, Deena
and Carol.
• * *
YETTA SELMAN died Oct.
26. She leaves her son, Mar-
tin; a daughter, Mrs. Louis
(Adeline) Ephraim; one
brother, one sister, six
grandchildren and three
great-grandchildren.
* * *
SARAH SHAPIRO, form-
erly of Rochester, Minn.,
died Oct. 26. She leaves a
daughter, Mrs. Samuel (Mir-
iam) Brown; two sons, Leon
of Rochester and Milton of
Kansas City, Kan.; two
brothers, two sisters, nine
grandchildren and six great-
grandchildren. Interment
Minneapolis.

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