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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-10-01

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Friday, October 1, 1976 55

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Bertie Schwartz, Ex-Director of Book Council

NEW YORK — Bertie first woman president of Welfare Board, died Sept.
Schwartz, New York the Jewish Book Council 22 at age 75.
Mrs. SchwartZ devoted
communal leader and of the National Jewish
more than 20 years to
promoting an interest in
Jewish books. She was a
vice president of the Na-
tional Women's League
for Conservative Judaism
However, he was strip- and chairman. of its book-
NEW YORK — Dr.
Morris Fishbein, a prom- ped of his official forums shop, library and publica-
inent medical authority -in the journal and away tions committee.
and for many years the from it owing to his caus-
Mrs. Schwartz was the
editor of the Journal of tic voice against what he founder of the Charles and
the American Medical called "spec.ialized Bertie Schwartz Reading
Association, died Sept. 28 medicine," or compulsory Room and Library of Con-
at age 87. health insurance'.
gress House in New York,
He started Hygeia, an headquarters of the
AMA publication for American Jewish Con-
laymen, and he wrote fre- gress. Mrs. Schwartz was a
quent articles for other member of AJC's Govern-
publications as well as his ing Council.
Mrs. Schwartz was a
own medical column,
which was syndicated in member of the Task Force
700 newspapers. on Art and Literature in
Life of the Feder-
Dr. Fishbein was an Jewish
ation
of
important factor in the thropies. Jewish Philan-
establishment. of Sinai
The Charles and Bertie
Hospital in Detroit_. He G. Schwartz Award is
was an adviser to the or- presented annually by
ganizing committee and JWB's Jewish Book
he addresed numerous, Council "for the out-
meetings here to explain standing work of Jewish
the need for a Jewish- juvenile literature. -
sponsored hospital when
With her late husband,
DR. FISHBEIN
the Jewish Welfare Fed- who was a prominent
Dr. Fishbein was for 25 eration finally conceded New York attorney, Mrs.
years the editor of the to the need for- such a Schwartz co-authored "A
Journal of the American health center after the Modern Interpretation of
Medical Association and Jewish Hospital Associa- Judaism: Faith Through
was one of the chief tion had campaigned for Reason, - published
spokesmen for the medi- it unsuccessfully for some jointly by Shocken Books
cal profession._
15 or 20 years.
and Women's League for
Conservative Judaism.
Shock-en recently pub-.
lished the book in paper-
NEW YORK — Joseph The co-operatives house back.
She was membership
Belsky, who retired last 5,000 union and non-
chairman of the Associa-
June as international union families.
He was credited with tion of Jewish Libraries
president of the Amal-
gamated Meat Cutters building up the union's and a board member of the
and Butcher Workmen of membership in the New Women's Press Club of
North Ainerica, -died York-New Jersey area. New York.
Mr. Belsky also was active
Sept. 26 at age 74:
A former vice president
From 1949 to 1962 the in politics and was a foun- of the New York Chapter
union, under Mr. Belsky's der of the Liberal Party in of Hadassah, Mrs.
direction, sponsored six New York. He ran unsuc- Schwartz was a member
low-cost housing co- cessfully for the New York of the board of trustees of
operatives that were State Senate on the Cong. Bnai Jeshurun and
built in Brooklyn, the American Labor Party vice president of its sis-
Bronx and Utica, N.Y. ticket in 1938 and for terhood. She was a
Citywide Councilman on member of the executive
the Liberal Party ticket in board of the Federation of
Borman Residents
1940.
Jewish Women's Organi-
Talk Politics
He was the author of "I, zations and had received
The U.S. Presidential the Union," a history, awards for her communal
election has been one of narrated in the first Per- service from federation,
the many topics of discus- 'son singular, of the He- the American Jewish
sions of - residents of the brew Butcher Workers Congress and the Jewish
Jewish Home for the Union that was published Theological Seminary.
Aged.
in 1952. In 1974 and 1975, She was vice president of
Rose Rubenstein, a re- Mr. Belsky and his union the American Mothers
sident of Borman Hall, raised $500,000 in con- Committee.
recently wrote her impre- tributions to build a non-
Mrs. Schwartz received
ssions of Borman Hall re- sectarian medical center
sidents' political discus- just outside Jerusalem. a Bachelor of Law degree
sions. _
The center was completed from New York Univer-
In poetic prose she cas- this year and was named sity and was a member of
tigated the candidates of the Joseph Belsky Medi- the New York County
Lawyers Association.
the two major political cal Center.
parties, and -concluded:
and Gentlemen,
is
is is the end of today's
In Loving Memory Of
ssion, we hope to have
another get-together
next week. Please collect
all the information before
the coming election Nov.
Like falling leaves the years go by,
2."
But precious memories never die.

Dr. Morris Fishbein Dies,
Edited Journal of AMA

Union Leader Joseph Belsky

DAVE COOPERMAN

The Family
of the Late

SARAH
DITKOFF

Acknowledges with
grateful appreciation
the many kind expres-
sions of sympathy ex-
tended by relatives
and friends during the
family's recent be-
reavement.

Who passed away Oct. 3, 1968 (12th of Tishri).
Sadly missed by his wife, Sylvia; daughters, Mrs.
Walter (Carole) Jonas and Mrs. Ronald (Frances)
Stewart; also grandchildren, Laurence, Michele,
Rachele, Lisa, Douglas, David and Scott.

OBITUARIES

HENRIETTA (HERTZ-
BERG) BARIT, 80, died
Sept.,25. She leaves a son,
Irving; two daughters,
Mrs. Samuel (Bernice)
Wilson and Mrs. Milton
(Dolores) Fishman; 14
grandchildren and five
great-grandchildren.
* * *
ANDREA KAREN
BASKIN, 27, 20560
Charlton Sq., Southfield,
died Sept. 27. Survived by
her mother, Mrs. Miriam
Baskin; -and a sister, Re-
nita of Lansing.
* * *
,
ESTHER
LOUISE
BORDELOVE, 40, 16159
Sherfield, Southfield,
died Sept. 25. Survived by
her husband, Dr. Manuel;
a son, Mark; and two
daughters, Shelley and
Terri.
* * *
MINNIE DINKIN, 81,
22108 Dante, Oak Park,
died Sept. 24. Survived by
a son, Allen; a brother,
Ben Kathren; two sisters,
Mrs. Bessie Forman of
Miami Beach, Fla., and
Mrs. Sam (Sarah)
Eisenstat; two grand-
children and five great-
grandchildren.

Rabbi Berman,
Former Detroiter

Rabbi Leonard Be-.
rman, former spiritual
leader of Cong. Bnai Is-
rael of Pontiac, died Sept.
27 at age 42.
Rabbi Berman held the
'-Bnai Israel pulpit for six
years prior to moving to
Portsmouth, N.H., in Au-
gust.
He is survived by his
wife, Fran; a daughter,
Ellen Beth; a brother,
Henry in' Norfolk, Va.;
and three sisters. Inter-
ment Norfolk.

SARAH DITKOFF, 83,
died Sept. 22. She leaves
two sons, Frank and Dr.
Charles; a daughter, Mrs.
Norman (Laura) Weiss; a
sister, Mrs. Berrish
(Anna) Silber of Windsor;
seven grandchildren and
four great-grandchil-
dren. * * *
MINNIE FISHER, 85,
14220 Elgin, Oak Park,
died Sept. 28. Survived by
two daughters, Mrs.
Harold (Doris) Stern of
North Miami Beach, Fla.,
and Mrs. Alvin (Gail)
Gordon; and four grand-
children.
* * *
DAVID FRIEDMAN,
81, 19131 Lahser, died
Sept. 25. Survived by his
wife, Anne; a son, Theo-
dore of Wheaton, Ill.; a
brother, Herman; three
grandchildren and two
great-grandchildren.
* * *
EVA GLASER, 82, died
Sept. 24. She leaves a son,
Sidney; two daughters,
Mrs. Charles (Bernice)
Robinson and Mrs. New-
ton (Adele) Berlin; six
grandchildren and seven
great-grandchildren.
* * *
JOHANNA GOLDS-
TEIN, 85, 24610 Sussex,-
Oak Park, died Sept. 24.
Survived by a son, Rabbi
Sholom; a daughter, Mrs.
Shmuel (Elaine) Rosen-
garten of Brooklyn;
grandchildren and
great-grandchildren.
* * *
HYMAN SCHWARTZ,
87, died Sept. 28. He
leaves four sons, Jacob of
Scottsdale, Ariz., Sol-
omon, Emanuel and Ar-
thur; a brother, Abe; six
grandchildren and three
great-grandchildren.

MONUMENT 'CENTER, INC.

Sidney H. Marwil

661 E. 8 MILE, FERNDALE
1 V2 Blocks E. of Woodward

6 Blks. from 3 Jewish

Sidney H. Marwil, an
auto parts manufacturer,
died Sept, 27 at age 69.
Born in Detroit, Mr.
Marwil was the retired
founder of -Marwil Pro-
ducts Co. He retired in
1964. He was a member of
Cong. Shaarey Zedek, and
resided at 31056 Huntley
Square E., Birmingham.
He leaves three sons,
William of Dayton, Ohio;
Michael and Jonathon of
Ann Arbor; two brothers,
Dr. Thomas B. and Milton
S.; a sister, Mrs. Robert
(Nathalie) Morrison; and
three grandchildren.

Cemeteries on Woodward

Sidney A. Deitch

DETROIT
MONUMENT WORKS

14441 W. 11 Mile Rd.

Gardner, betw. Coolidge & Greenfield

399-2711 Eve. 626-0330

MONUMENTS BY

BERG
URBACH

AND

In Loving Memory Of
Mother, Grandmother
and
Great-Grandmother

ROSE BELLE
BRENNER

Who passed away
Oct. 3, 1975. Sadly
missed and always
remembered by her
children, grandchil-
dren and great-
grandchild. The
Seyburn, Schlain and
Brenner Families.

FINE MONUMENTS
SINCE 1910

I
r

OAK PARK -

! •

18325 W. 9 MILE RD., SOUTHFIELD

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

TISHRI
9
LOUIS APPLEBAUM
9
SAMUEL BRENNER
9
BERNARD ELIAS
9
SAM GOODSTEIN
9
RACHEL M. GROSSBERG
9
MILDRED HARRIS
10
IDA AMHOWITZ
10
ALFRED L. BENNETT
10
WILLIAM KARBEL
10
LEAN KIRSNIANSKI ,
SAMUEL ROBINSON
10
LEMKE S. LEOPOLD MENCIER 10
10
YETICHOK SCHWARTZ
10
NUSEN SCHWARTZ
10
TAX0V SCHWARTZ
10
CHAYA R. SMOLINSKY
10
SHOLOM SMOLINSKY
11
ABRAHAM ARONOW
11
ALBERT BERRY
11
GOLDIE DUNN
11
SOLOMON NUCIAN
11
RUTH A. SHAPIRO
11
SAMUEL SHEKTER
12
MALKA MOSS
12
ARON LEBOVICS
12
DAVID N. COOPERMAN
12
LENA SITRIN
12
IRVING TESSLER
13
SARAH G. BESHKIN
13
MORRIS BRICKNER
13
NOCHUM COHEN
13
CELIA EIZEN
13
CHANA FISHMAN
13
GEDALIA GUESTEIN
13
SARAH LEVINE '
13
JACOB UHR
13
SYLVIA UNGER
13
A. MARVIN WESTERMAN
13
AVNER WOLF
14
SCHMUL G. HOLLENDER
14
IDA KASOFF
14
LOUIS RADINE
14
DORA TOSH
14
MANUEL L ROSENTHAL
14
JEANNIE WASSERMAN
15
ABRAHAM APPLEBAUM
15
MORRIS KOWAL
15
JULIUS LEFTON
15
SAMUEL RAPP

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ESTHER SOLOMON,
80, of Cleveland, died
Sept. 24. Survived by a
son, Herschel of San
Francisco; three
daughters, Mrs. Arnold
(Libby) Colbert of S. Euc-
lid, Ohio, Mrs. Al (Marie)
Schultz of Phoenix, Ariz.,
and Mrs. Richard (Shir-
ley) Zirkin of Southfield;
four sisters, 11 grand-
children and. seven
great - grandchildren.
Interment Altoona, Pa.
*
*
MANUEL WARREN,
53, 21655 Stratford Ct.,
Oak Park, died Sept. 27.
Survived by his wife,
Lucille; three. daughters,
Marilyn, Carolyn and
Beth; a brother, Max; a
step-brother, George
Karnes; a sister, Mrs.
Frieda Kroll; and his pa-
rents, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar
(Libbie) Weinzweig.

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