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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-12-23

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DETROIT .JEWISH '_NEWS 'Friday; 'Decenitide2-1, 4977765

Union Leader Louis Stulberg
Dies, Led Garment Workers

NEW YORK (JTA) —
Louis Stulberg, president of
the International Ladies
Garment Workers Union
(ILGWU) from 1966 to 1975,
died Dec. 14. at age 76.
Born in Poland, he was
brought to Toronto at age 3.
He became a cutter as a
teenager, but had to leave
Toronto when he was black-
listed for union activities.
Mr. Stulberg went first to

Chicago and then to Toldeo,
Ohio, where he began his
activities in the ILGWU as
an organizer in Toledo and
the Midwest. After holding
many union offices he
joined the ILGWU's general
staff in 1945 as assistant
executive secretary and
was elected a vice president
in 1947.
In 1956, he became execu-
tive vice president and was
elected secretary-treasurer
in 1959. He was elected pres-
ident in 1966 after David
Dubinsky resigned.
Mr. Stulberg had been a
vice president of the AFL-
CIO and was a United
States representative to the
United Nations. He was a
fellow of Brandeis Univer-
sity and was a member of
HIAS, the National Com-
mittee for Labor Israel and
American ORT.

Dr. Morris Wayne

LOUIS STULBERG

Allen Sherwin, 67

Allen Sherwin, founder
and president since 1952 of
Economy Products, Inc., of
Lapeer, died Dec. 16 at age
67.
Born in Hamilton, On-
tario, Mr. Sherwin was a
member of the Furniture
Club of Detroit, the National
Association of Bedding
Manufacturers and the Lap-
eer Chamber of Commerce.
He resided at 3050 Glouches-
ter, Troy.
He leaves his wife, Sarah;
a son, Harry S. of Flint; a
daughter, Mrs. Manly
(Frances) Ross; his father,
Meyer Chertkoff of Ham-
ilton; two brothers, Nathan
of Toronto and Manny of
Flint; and three grand-
children.

'Sadie Michelman

Sadie Michelman, a pian-
ist, volunteer and member
of Jewish communal organi-
zations, died Dec. 19 at age
95.
Born in New York Mrs.
Michelman was a member
of A _ dat Shalom Synagogue
and its sisterhood and Ha-
dassah. She also was a Gray
6 dy—a
.1
hospital volunteer.
e leaves two sons, Dr.
erbert of Miami, Fla., and
Carlyle of Encino, Calif.;
two daughters, Mrs. Morris
(Blanche) Snyder and Mrs.
Henry (Ethel) Olinger; five
grandchildren and seven
great-grandchildren.

Donald J. Freed

Donald Jay Freed, an
accountant with a Detroit
attorneys' office, died Dec.
19 at age 35.
He was born in Detroit
March 7, 1942. He resided
at 25541 Colleen, Oak Park.
He is survived by his wife,
Judith; his father, Sidney;
and a brother, Jerry C.

_Dr. Morris A. Wayne, a
retired physician, died Dec.
20 at age 78.
Born in Russia, Dr.
Wayne lived 68 years in
Detroit. He was a general
practitioner in Detroit since
1924, retiring four years
ago. He was a member of
Temple Israel. A World War
I Army veteran, Dr. Wayne
was graduated from the
Wayne University Medical
School in 1924.
Dr. Wayne leaves his
wife, Ruth; a son, Bruce; a
brother, Dr. Max Wainger
of Pompano Beach, Fla.;
two sisters, Mrs. Samuel
(Esther) Coggan and Mrs.
Maurice (Dena) Starr; and
two granddaughters.

Moshe Rolnik,
Yiddish Poet

RIO DE JANEIRO
(JTA)—Moshe Rolnik, a
Yiddish poet active in the
Jewish cultural life in Bra-
zil, is dead at age 65.
Born in Poland, he came
to Parish before World War
II where he was a teacher
in a Jewish school and lec-
tured in West European
Jewish communities on
Yiddish literature.
He escaped from Paris
when the Nazis invaded
France and came to the
United States after the war
where he worked for the
Jewish Encyclopedia. Mr.
Rolnik came to Brazil in
1951.

Rose Keywell, 84

Rose Keywell, past presi-
dent of the Malaver Un
Gegend Verein and a mem-
ber of Detroit Chapter of
Bnai Brith, died Dec. 21 at
age 84.
Born in Austria, Mrs.
Keywell resided 18533 Addi-
son, Southfield. She leaves
three daughters, Mrs. Jack
(Beatrice) Levin of Tama-
rac, Fla., Mrs. Arthur
(Mildred) Weingarden of
Windsor and Mrs. Abraham
(Charlotte) Burnstein; four
grandchildren and three
great-grandchildren. Serv-
ices 1 p.m. today at Ira
Kaufman Chapel.

OBITUARIES

MAX A. BARD, 68, 25540
Lincoln Terrace Dr., Oak
Park, died Dec. 7. Survived
by 'his wife, Ann; two sons,
Harvey and Charles Z. of
Maumee, Ohio; a daughter,
Mrs. Albert (Natalie) Sun-
shine of Novi ; two sisters,
Mrs. Ethel Brenner and
Mrs. Sylvia Meyers, both of
Chicago, Ill. ; and five
grandchildren.
* * *

RUTH BLUMENTHAL,

85, died Dec. 21. She leaves
a brother, George; and a
sister, Mrs. Louis (Dora)
Stoll.

* * *
MAX DUCKER, 90, 4255

Tyler, Detroit, died Dec. 19.
Survived by his wife, Ada;
two sons, Martin D. and
Stanford L.; a daughter,
Mrs. _Irving (Myna) Stein;
and four grandchildren.
** *
JACK J. EASON, 60, died
Dec. 20. He leaves his wife,
Sara; a son, David; a
daughter, Andrea Eason Ad-
ler; a brother, Sol Eisen-
berg of Ft. Wayne, N.J.;
and a sister, Mrs. Irving
(Anne) Brooks of Amster-
dam, N.Y.

* *

*

DONALD H. FARKUS,

56, 19810 Fenmore, Detroit,
died Dec. 17. Survived by
his wife, Sarah; three
daughters, Mrs. Allen (Nan-
cye) Glinter, Judith and
Wendie; a sister, Mrs. Jo-
seph (Shirley) Kramer; and
one grandchild.
* * *

SADIE MERMELSTEIN
FEINBERG, 79, former De-

troiter of Pittsburgh, Pa.,
died Dec. 14 in Miami
Beach, Fla. Survived by
three daughters, Mrs.
Thomas N. (Gertrude)
Friedman, Mrs. Harvey
(Rose) Rice and Mrs. Louis
(Lillian) Levine of Wood-
land Hills, Calif.; six grand-
children and five great-
grandchildren.

** * *

FRANCES R. GIN-
SBURG, 86, 25512 Park-

wood, Huntington Woods,
died Dec. 21. She leaves a
son, Thomas of Lakewood,
Ohio; a daughter,. Mrs. Mar-
tin (Marjorie) Jacobs; a
brother, Dr. Arthur Schil-
ler; nine grandchildren and
two great-grandchildren.
* * *
HERMAN GOLD, 74,
23521 Scotia, Oak Park, died
Dec. 15. Survived by his
wife, Goldie; two sons, Ron-
ald R. and Harold E. ; a
daughter, Mrs. Wilma Sie-
rens; two brothers, Louis of
Toronto, Ont., and Harry;
two sisters, Mrs. Dora
Krangle of Toronto, Ont.,
and Mrs. Reuben (Lillian)
Grisor of- Los Angeles, .Ca-
lif.; and four grandchildren.

ANNA GREENBERG, 93,
died Dec. 20. She leaves a
son, Irwin Green; and four
grandchildren. .
* * *
MANOEL HENVON, 77,
of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil,
died Dec. 14. Survived by
his wife, Ida; a daughter,
Mrs. Mark (Luba) Bokolor
of Southfield; and two
grandchildren. Interment
Rio de Janeiro.

* *

JOANN KANER, 35, 23600
Moritz, Oak Park, died Dec.
21. Survived by her hus-
band, Bernard; her mother,
Mrs. Cecile Ploshnick
Smith; two sons, David and
Sean; a daughter, Tammy;
three brothers, Lawrence
Maclean, Zachary Maclean
and David Smith; two sis-
ters, Mrs. Philip (Clara)
Eichner and Mrs. Bruce
(Bernice) Ellis; and her

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Barney (Dora) Ploshnick.
* * *

LORRAINE KOROBKIN,

former Detroiter of Santa
Monica,- Calif., died Dec. 15.
She leaves her husband,
Hy; two sons, Alvin of San
Diego and Dr. Melvin of San
Francisco; three sisters,
Mrs. Charles (Ruth) Rosen
of Grand Rapids, Mrs. Sid-
ney (Helen) Ring of Oak
Park and Mrs. Saul (Mild-
red) Greenfield of Oak
Park; one grandson. Inter-
ment California.
* * *

MADIE V. LANDAU, 86,

16500 North Park Dr., South-
field, died Dec. 14. She
leaves nieces and nephews,
Mrs. Lois Levenson, Mrs.
Marilyn Klein, and Mr. and
Mrs. Sanford Van Baalen of
Shaker Heights, Ohio.
** *

NELLIE DUNN NEW-
MAN, 81, 28805 Tavistock

Trail, -Southfield, died Dec.
19. She leaves a daughter,
Mrs. Selden (Jeanette)
1Vfirvis.

* * *
ABRAHAM SCHNEI-
DER, 79, 15408 Northgate

Blvd., Oak Park, died Dec.
19. Survived by two daugh-
ters, Mrs. Sam (Sylvia)
Monast and Mrs. Sidney
(Helen) Rochkind; a broth-
er, Sam of New York; and
four grandchildren.

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Philip and Elliott of Beverly
Hills, Calif. ; a daughter,
Mrs. Max (Annette) Green;
two sisters, Mrs. Richard
(Tillie) Cott and Miss Es-
ther Berman ; seven grand-
children and two great-
grandchildren.

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On her fifth yahrzeit,
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that a man you know is
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arrangements regardless
of where a death occurs.

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Serving the Jewish comma
for over 60 years

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MURRAY SCHRUM', 75,
died Dec. 16. He leaves two
sons, Bernard and Merel
Epstein; and five grand-
children.

CCC

FAYE SEGAL, 56, 21950
Cloverlawn, Oak Park, died
Dec. 17. Survived by her
husband, Harry; three
daughters, Gloria Anne, Su-
san R. and Ava M.; four
sisters, Mrs. Gertrude Kauf-
man, Mrs. Harry (Betty)
Krinsky, Mrs. Bernice Ru-
benstein and Mrs. Sol (Mn)
Epstein, of Los Angeles, Ca-
lif.

CCC

IRVING SPIWAK, 59,

20653 Kensington Ct., South-
field, died Dec. 15. He
leaves his wife Blanche
Strickstein Rich Spiwak;
children, Larry Rich and
Jeffrey Rich, Mrs. Rochelle
Schlussel and Robert Spi-
wak and Karen Spiwak; his
mother, Mrs. Harry (Sarah)
Spiwak of California; a
brother, Sidney of Califor-
nia; and a sister, Mrs. Sol
(Vivian) Felsot of Califor-
nia.

WE REMEMBER

During the coming
week Yeshivath
Beth Yehudah will
observe the Yahr-
zeits of the follow-
ing departed
friends, with the
traditional Memo-
rial Prayers, recita-
tion of Kaddish
and Studying of
Mishnayos.

MOSE BULTNICK
FANNIE HARRIS
BERTHA KATZ
BELLA KOWAL
JOSEPH LEVINE
ADOLPH MEHLER
AARON TILCHIN
MAX WASSERMAN
HYMAN WEISBERG
BORUCH YAGODA
SIMON AXELROD
ABRAHAM I. CHESLUK
ROSE INGEROFF
MOLLY JACOBS
JACOB KOSS
REUBEN MILLER
DORA W. MILLING
SARAH L. SACHER
BETTY V. BENENSON
ZIVYA A. BOYARSKY
EVELYN WOOLMAN
SARAH ZARANKIN
CHAIM H. APPLEBAUM
ISAAC BLOOM
MARY COSCARELLY
ISADORE DANTO
JULIE A. GERSTEN
JACOB GOLDIS
BESSIE KRUSNER
SYLVIA MOORAWNICK
IDA WASSERMAN
ROBERT WEISZ
HARRY WOLIN
JOSEPH COSSMAN
LIBBY FINE
SOL FEINBERG
IDA GUTTERMAN
SADIE LAFER
JOSEPH LANGER
LEO I. LANGER
ESTHER D. PEARLMAN
MAX DELIN
EDIS DORFMAN
SARAH DUBIN
ESTHER GAERTNER
SAM GREEN
SOLOMON GREVNIN
HARRY GOLDMAN
PEARL PELAVIN
ABRAHAM D. SACHS
SONIA ABRAMSON
HARRY BLOCH
JACK BOOKSTEIN
BERNARD J. FISCHER
JACOB PORTNOY
HARRY.C. WOLFE

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