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June 20, 1975 - Image 17

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-06-20

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

JNF Pays Tribute to Stollmans

More than 600 commu-
nity leader5, relatives and
guests honored Max, Frieda
and Phillip Stollman
Wednesday at a testimonial
dinner at Cong. Shaarey
Zedek on the occasion of the
establishment of the Stoll-
man Family Park and Rec-
reation Area in Israel.
The dinner, held in behalf
of the Jewish National Fund
and in recognition of the
27th anniversary of the
state of Israel, was tendered
the Stollmans "in recogni-
tion for their benefaction
and services to Israel, to the
Jewish National Fund, to
the Jewish people, to Jewish
education and to many
other local, national and in-
ternational causes."
The Stollman Family
Park and Recreation Area
will be situated in the $6
million JNF-American Bi-
centennial Project in a bibli-
cally historical area near
Jerusalem.

dent Gerald Ford; from
Meyer Pesin, national JNF
president; Israel President
Ephraim Katzir; the head of
the national Mizrachi or-
ganization; the president of
Bar-Ilan University, which
has been a major focus of
the Stollmans' benefactions;
Michigan Congressman
James Blanchard and Rabbi
Hayim H. Donin of Israel,
former spiritual leader of
Cong. Bnai David.

Rabbi Samuel S. Stoll-
man, spiritual leader of
Cong. Shaar Hashomayim
of Windsor and a nephew
of the honorees, recited the
invocation. Rabbi Samuel
H. Prero of Young Israel of
Greenfield presented the
Stollmans with a glass
sculpture depicting a tree
of life on behalf of the JNF
"for their untiring efforts
for Israel and Jewry." -

Seated on the dais with
the honorees were: Charles
Milan, president of the local
Guest speaker Dr. JNF; Philip Slomovitz, edi-
Lawrence Marwick, au- tor and publisher of The
thor, linguist, Hebraist, Jewish News and dinner co-
Yiddishist and head of the chairman; Mrs. Slomovitz;
Hebraic section of the Li- Samuel Frankel, vice presi-
brary of Congress, extolled dent of the Jewish Welfare
the Stollmans for their Federation; Dr. Leon Fill,
philanthropy. He de- associate dinner chairman;
scribed the role trees Mrs. Fill; Zvi Tomkiewicz,
played throughout the his- executive director of the lo-
tory of the Jews; hiding cal Mizrachi organization;
them from their persecu- Morris J. Brandwine, dinner
tors and helping to create chairman, and Mrs. Brand-
arable topsoil for the win.e, 1974 JNF honorees;
growth of agriculture and Mrs. Samuel Stollman; Can-
the growth of Israel.
tor Louis Klein of Cong.
Greetings to the Stoll- Bnai Moshe and Mrs. Klein.
mans came from the White
Percy Kaplan is executive
House on behalf of Presi- director of JNF in Detroit.

Rabbi Benzion Shemtov, Father
of Detroit Religious Leader

Rabbi Bension Shemtov,
father of Rabbi Berel Shem-
tov, executive director of
Michigan Lubavitch, and
and international emissary
of the Lubavitcher Rebbe,
died June 14 in Israel. Rep-
resentatives of all Lubavitch
institutions in Israel at-
tended the funeral.
Rabbi Shemtov was born
in 1901 near Vilna, Russia.
Before his Bar Mitzva he en-
rolled in the Hasidic yeshiva
in the town of Lubavitch. In
his early 20's he helped or-
ganize hedorim, Talmud
Torahs, Mikvot and helped
establish underground cen-
ters for Jewish education in
Soviet Russia.
He was a member of the
"blood-covenant minyan," a
group of 10 Hasidim who
swore to the previous Lu-
bavitcher Rebbe that they
would continue promoting
Torah Judaism in commun-
ist-held territories.

In 1927, following his en-
gagement to Esther Golda
Futerfass, he was arrested
by the Soviet authorities
and sent to prison-camp in
Siberia — his wedding
taking place inside the
prison in 1930. After six
years' imprisonment,
Rabbi Shemtov esta-
blished a yeshiva in Paris.

In 1948 he was sent by the
Rebbe to London, England,
where he started a heder.
He traveled all over Britain
and laid the groundwork for
Lubavitch institutions

throughout the United
Kingdom.
Rabbi Shemtov later
moved to the world center of
Lubavitch in New York and
became an emissary of the

RABBI SHEMTOV

Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi
Menachem M. Schneerson.

Friday, June 20; 1075' '17

1

OBITUARIES

IRVING BUCHALTER,

24310 Eastwood, Oak Park,
died June 16th. He leaves
his wife, Lily J.; a daughter,
Pepi; and a sister, Mrs.
Aaron (Ida) Goldberg. Inter-
ment Toronto.
* * *

BRUCE DEAN CA-
PLAN, 7426 Deep Run, Bir-

mingham, died June 16.
Survived by his father,
Stanley; his mother, Mrs.
Anne Caplan; his grand-
mother, Mrs. Tessie Caplan;
and three brothers, Steven,
Brian and Jeffrey.
* * *

CHARLES COHEN,

14011 W. Nine Mile, Oak
Park, died June 11. Survived
by his wife, Ray; two sons,
Archie Keila and Robert H.
Keila; a daughter, Mrs. Na-
than (Jean) \Yeingarden; a
brother, David of Brooklyn;
and a sister, Mrs. Dora
Greenzaid of Brooklyn; 10
grandchildren and seven
great-grandchildren.
* * *
ANNA DUNN, 18170
Alta Vista, Southfield, died
June 16. She leaves a son,
Alvin; three grandchildren
and one great-grandson.
* * *

ALBERT E. GALIN,

30280 Southfield, South-
field, died June 17. He
leaves his wife, Esther; a
son, Robert; a daughter,
Mrs. Irving (Rhoda)
Schwartz of Cincinnati; a
brother, Jack Goldberg; a
sister, Mrs. Joseph (Ida)
Levenson; and one grand-
son. Services 11:30 a.m. to-
day at Ira Kaufman Chapel.

* *
*
-----
SOPHIE GLUSMAN,

former Detroiter of Florida,
died June 18. Survived by
two sons, Frank and

Samuel Jacoby

Samuel Jacoby, retired
traffic manager for the
Michigan Central Railroad
for50 years, died June 14 at
age 77.
Born in Scranton, Pa.,
Mr. Jacoby lived 60 years in
Detroit. He was a member
of Cong. Bnai Moshe and an
adjutant of the Eli Levin
Post of the Jewish War Vet-
erans. He also was a life
member of Zion Lodge of
the Masons. He resided at
25640 Lincoln Terrace Dr.,
Oak Park.
He leaves his wife, Ann;
three daughters, Mrs. Ray-
mond (Adele) Galper, Mrs.
Louis (Marilyn) Gutter and
Mrs. Marvin (Arlene) Ber-
ger; two sisters, Mrs. Ber-
nard (Rebecca) Feldman
and Helen, both of Florida;
and eight grandchildren.

With his own money,
acquired from the sale of
his house in London,
Rabbi Shemtov recently
started an institution in
Israel named Machon
Levi Yitschak after the
late father of the Lubav-
itcher Rebbe.

Tourists Plant
33,706 Trees

Besides his son, Rabbi
Berel, Rabbi Shemtov is sur-
vived by three sons, Rabbi
Mendal of New York, Rabbi
Avraham of Philadelphia
and Rabbi Israel of New
York; and two daughters,
Fradel Sudak and Bassia
Asimov.

JERUSALEM — More
than 33,706 trees were
planted in Israel by tourists
during the past year, from
over 37 different countries,
within the framework of the
Jewish National Fund
"plant a tree with your
hands" scheme.

Maurry, both of Florida; a
daughter, Mrs. Clara Shpar-
gel of Detroit; a sister, He-
len Sborow; six grandchil-
dren and two great-
grandchildren.' Interment
Florida.

*

* *

ROSE GRANADIER,

former Detroiter of Miami
Beach, died this past week.
She leaves her husband,
Benjamin; a son, Bernard of
California; and a daughter,
Mrs. Jerry (Sylvia) Rosen of
Detroit; four grandchildren
and two great-grandchil-
dren. Interment Florida.

*

NEWTON S. JACK-
SON, 19460 Mansfield, died

June 14. He leaves his wife,
Frances; two daughters,
Mrs. Morris (Janet) Pearl of
Windsor and Mrs. Benjamin
(Sharon) Tapper; two sis-
ters, Mrs. Harry (Ethel)
Katz, and Mrs. Leonard
(Thelma) Vova of N. Miami
Beach, Fla.; and seven
granddaughters.
* * *

PHILIP H. JACOB-
SON, former Detroiter of

Florida, died June 17. He
leaves his wife, Henrietta; a
son, Harry of Oak Park; a
daughter, Mrs. Joseph
(Gladys) Isquick of Shaker
Heights, Ohio; three grand-
children and four great-
grandchildren. Interment
Cleveland.
* * *
IVAN KATZMAN, 76
Tecumseh Rd. E., Windsor,
died June 15. He leaves his
wife, Clara; two sons, Jack
Keyn and Murray Katzman;
two sisters, Mrs. Herman
(Freda) Joffe of Windsor,
and Mrs. Harry (Ida) Shoot
of Miami Beach, Fla.
* * *

Samuel Fishman; a sister,
Mrs. Max (Lillian) Acker-
man of Cleveland; and three
grandchildren.

*

* *

MICHAEL (MICKEY)
LIPSCHUTZ died June 17.

He leaves his wife, Sarah; a
son, Norman Loren of War-
ren; a daughter, Mrs. Jer-
ome (Janet) Rosman; a
brother, Harry of Florida;
two sisters, Mrs. Bernard
(Faye) Keller and Mrs. Sara
Hoberman, both of New
York; and four grandchil-
dren.

* * *
MOROS MOROF, 27335

Sutherland, Southfield, died
June 17. He leaves his wife,
Norma; a son, Bernard; a
daughter, Mrs. Max (Jean)
Milan of Los Angeles; a
brother, David of Sunrise,
Fla.; and four grandchil-
dren.

* * *
SUZANNE REICH-
MAN, 25507 Lincoln Ter-

race Dr., Oak Park, died
June 14. She leaves her
mother, Mrs. Adele C.; and
two sisters, Mrs. Lawrence
(Linda) Loberman and Mrs.
Howard (Marilyn) Held of
Peabody, Maine.
* * *
LEON SCHERR, 35100
Ann Arbor Tr., Livonia,
died June 15. Survied by a
brother, Melvin of Scotts-
dale, Ariz.

ALEX STERN of South-

field died June 17. He leaves
a daughter, Mrs. Sherwin
(Annette) Lutz; a brother,
Harold; and three grand-
children.

* * *

ANNE STONE, 10701

Santa Maria, died June 14.
She leaves a sister, Mrs.
George (Celia) Samson of
New York.

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She leaves two sons, Jack of
New York and Alvin L. of
Southfield; five grandchil-
dren and three great-grand-
children. Interment Wood-
bridge, N.J.
* * *
BETTY LEWIS, 3262
Greenfield, Royal Oak, died
June 12. She leaves a daugh-
ter, Mrs. Fred (Lois) How-
ard; two brothers, Jack
Fishman of Cleveland and

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