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December 18, 1981 - Image 79

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-12-18

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Rabbi Harry Goldwater Dies

Rabbi Harry Emanuel
Goldwater, spiritual leader
of Cong. Beth Tephilath
Moses of Mt. Clemens, died
Dec. 12 at age 61.
Born in England, Rabbi
Goldwater lived-in the U.S.
for the past 30 years, and in
Michigan for the past eight
years.
He became a rabbi at age
21 and at that time was the
youngest rabbi in the
British commonwealth. He
was educated at Leeds Uni-
versity, Oxford University
ews College of London
he was ordained.
Rabbi Goldwater was
elected to the
secretariate of the British
Rabbinical Association
at age 21. He was a chap-
lain in the British army
with the rank of captain
and was cited for "dis-
tinction to duty."

Rabbi GOldwater held
pulpits in New York,
Chicago, Los Angeles and
Pennsylvania prior to corn-
ing to Michigan in 1972. His
first Michigan pulpit was at
Temple Bnai Israel of
Saginaw.
While in Chicago, Rabbi
Goldwater was active in the
Anti - Defamation League
of Bnai Brith.
He is survived by his wife,
Rita; two sons, Stuart and
Melvin, both of North Hol-
lywood, Calif.; a daughter,
Mrs. Jerry (Adrian) Raskin
of Fontana, Calif.; step-
children, Steven Blaske,
Marc Blaske, Susan Blaske
and Marsha Blaske; a
brother, Dr. Leo of London,
England; three sisters, Mrs.
Betty Tattenhall of
England, Mrs. Rae Griep of
Holland and Mrs. Essie
Myers of Leeds, England;
and five grandchildren.

Writer Reuben Ainsztein, 63

OBITUARIES

DAVID SHALE COBB,
73, of Lathrup Village, died
Dec. 3. Survived by his wife,
Evelyn; two sons, Charles
B. of Santa Rosa, Calif., and
Robert A.; a brother, Ralph
of Miami Beach, Fla.; and a
sister, Fae of Chicago, Ill.

* * *

RUTH COHEN, 78, of
Southfield, died Dec. 15.
Survived by a son, Dr. Jack;
a brother, Mayer Mitnick;
and two granddaughters.

* * *

JOSEPH GORELICK,
69, died Dec. 16. Survived
by his wife, Florence; two
daughters, Arlene and
Marsha; a brother, Ralph of
Morton Grove, Ill,; a sister,
Idel of Chicago, Ill.

* * *

ISADORE A. GOREN,
72, of Oak Park, died Dec.
10. Survived by his wife,
Sadie; four sons, Barry,
Daniel of Arlington, Va.,
Ralph of Long Beach, Calif.,
and Bruce; two brothers,
Jack of Los Angeles, Calif.,
and Phillip; a sister, Mrs.
Lewis (Thelma) Barnett;
and two grandchildren.

Herman; a son, Howard of
Lyndhurst, Ohio; two
daughters, Eileen Kritzer
and Mrs. Saul (Thelma)
Kahn; two brothers, Ben
Raskin of Miami Beach,
Fla., and Hyman Raskin of
Rancho Mirage, Calif.; two
sisters, Mrs. Pearl Miller
and Mrs. Ben (Frances) Lel-
chook of Sioux City, Iowa;
six grandchildren and one
great-grandchild.

* • * *

FREDA MILLER, 81, of
Southfield, died Dec. 15.
Survived by two sons, Hal tf
Los Angeles, Calif., and
Leonard H.; eight
grandchildren and two
great-grandchildren.

Florida; two grandchildren 2284 Victoria, Windsor,
and one great-grandchild. died Nov. 14. Survived by
Services 10:30 a.m. today at wife, Freda; two sons, Floyd
Hebrew Memorial Chapel. and Carl; a brother,
* * *
Charles; and two grand-
LEO ROSENFELD, 54, children.
of West Bloomfield, died
Dec. 12. Survived by his
Sidney A. Deitch
wife, Margie; a son, Mark;
DETROIT
and a daughter, Mrs. Mar-
MONUMENT WORKS
tin (Charyl) Apple.
14441 W. 11 Mile Rd.

* * *

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JOSHUA SHEEA
SHAMES, 80, of Detroit,
died Dec. 12. Survived by
his wife, Rhoda; cousins,
Pesach Shames and Gad
Rosenblatt, both of Israel.

* * *

MAURICE ZALEV,

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661 E. 8 MILE, FERNDALE
11/2 Blocks E. of Woodward
6 Blks. from 3 Jewish
Cemeteries on Woodward

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* * *

FRANCES RUTH RO-
GERS, of Southfield, died
Dec. 15. Survived by her
husband, John; a son,
Gerald M.; two brothers,
Samuel Lakritz and Irving
Lakritz; a sister, Mrs. Sam
(Annette) Willens of

news agency and re-
searching his mammoth
book on Jewish resis-
1■
■•■
tance in Nazi occupied
Eastern Europe which
WE REMEMBER:.
set out to dispel the belief
During the coming
that Jews had gone as
* * *
week Yeshivath
sheep to the slaughter. _
ISIDORE GROSS-
Beth Yehudah will
The book contains de- MAN, 93, of Forest Hills
observe the Yahr-
tailed accounts of the upris- N.Y., died Dec. 5. Sur-
zeits of the follow-
ing in the Warsaw and Lodz vived by his wife, Rose; a
ing departed
ghettos and in the Au- son, Bert of West Orange,
friends, with the
schwitz and Sobibor concen- N.J.; a daughter, Mrs. Lila
traditional Memo-
tration camps.
Bernstein of Southfield; a
rial Prayers, recita-
- The son of Yiddish- brother, Max of New York;
tion of Kaddish
speaking parents, his first two sisters, Mrs. Beatrice
and Studying of
languages were Yiddish, Dominitz of New York and
Mishpavos.
-
Polish and Russian, and he Mrs. Jack (Gertrude)
KISLEV DEC.
eventually became fluent in Rosenfeld of Miami, Fla.;
MANIA KATZMAN
24 20
LEWIS KLEIN
24 20
11 languages, including and four grandchildren.
LOUIS STOLLMAN
24 20
Hebrew.
Interment New York.
GOLDA WEISSWASSER
24 20
After leaving Reuters,
BEATRICE BOROCOFF
25 21
* * *
BELLE
HARRIS
25
21
PHILLIP B. KOLLIN,
Mr. Ainsztein was a re-
AARON JACOBSON
25 21
searcher for The Sunday 77, died Dec. 11. He leaves
ROBERT R. MARWIL
25 21
LT. ARTHUR J. OSBORNE 25 21
his wife, Anne; a son, Dr.
Times.
REBECCA
PONT
25
21
Arnold; a daughter, Mrs.
SAMUEL SCHEY
25 21
Daniel (Audrey) Klein; and
ESTHER SCHLUSSEL
23 21
5
CHARLES SPERLING
25 21
five grandchildren.
CARL
STRAUSS
21
25
* * *
TORONTO — Victor they were discovered and
MEYER WATNICK
25 21
BELLE
J.
LEWIS,
77,
deported
to
the
death
Kugler, the man who hid
RACHEL ALPERIN
26 22
died Dec. 13. She leaves two
HATTIC BUCH
26 22
Anne Frank, her family and camps.
ALTA
MATZ
26 22
Kugler also was arrested sisters, Mrs. Julius (Toba)
their friends during the
CARL J. NELSON
26 22
Rothschild
and
Mrs.
Irwin
Holocaust, died Dec. 14 at but escaped from his prison
BENJAMIN OPPENHEIM
26 22
GUSTAVE PINES
26 22
camp and returned to Hol- (Mae) Weiler of Beverly
age 81.
CHANA
YETTA
BROSE
27 23
Kugler and his wife, land. He emigrated to Hills, Fla.
ISADORE JACOB
27 23
* * *
SAMUEL OVENTHAL
27 23
Lucy, who survives him, hid Canada in 1958.
BETTY
ROTHENBERG
27
23
Kugler was the recipient
MAE MARSH, 81, of
the four Franks and their
CHARLES SMITH
27 23
of
the
Munk
Award
of
the
Oak
Park,
died
Dec.
13.
friends above his spice mer-
MOSHE ALPERIN
28 24
MAX A. BARD
28 24
chant's business in Amster- Canadian Council of Chris- Survived by her husband,
VIOLET
V.
FREEDMAN
28
24
dam for 25 months before tians and Jews (1977) and
HARRY LAFER
28 24
the Joseph Award of the Anne H. Beck
JACK OSBORNE
28 24
SADIE RICH
Raymond Bresler Hebrew Union College-
28 24
Anne H. Beck, a member
ANNETTE
SCHULMAN
28 24
Raymond Bresler, res- Jewish Institute of Religion of Jewish communal organ-
HARRY WAYNE
28 24
JENNIE WEISMAN
28 24
izations, died Dec. 14 at age
taurant owner and man- in New Yotk (1978).
BERTHA APPLEBAUM
29 25
71. -
ager, died Dec. 12 at age 75.
HELEN G. BURLAK
29 25
Born in New York, Mrs.
Born in Poland, Mr. David Schwartz
PHILLIP DUBRINSKY
29 25
WILLIAM ELSON
29 25
Beck lived 65 years in De-
Bresler was the owner and
JACOB KUSHNER
29 25
David Schwartz, founder troit. She was a charter
manager of the Red Cedars
SYBIL MANHEIMER
29 25
BENJAMIN MENDELSOHN
29 25
Restaurant for the past and owner of Regal Clean- member of Adat Shalom
BELLA SIMON
29 25
seven years. He previously ing Co. in Detroit, died Dec. Synagogue and a member of
IZAK SPOKOJNY
29 25
its sisterhood and a life
owned and operated the 11 at age 65.
REBECCA TRIVAX
29 25
Born in Detroit, Mr. member. of Hadassah.
CLARA FRIEDMAN
30 26
rtment Lounge on West
RUBIN MILLER
30 26
Schwartz founded the com-
She leaves her husband,
iti Tichols in Detroit for six pany
HIRSH GRAND
30 .26
in 1951.
Joseph J.; two sons, Sheldon
y
s.
MEYER RIVKIN
30 26
He leaves his wife, H. of Grand Haven, Mich.,
SAUL H. ROSE
30 26
He was a self-employed
BROCHA STOLLMAN
30 26
barber for 48 years; appren- Mildred; two sins, Leslie and Sanford N.; two sisters,
CLAUDE SUPERSTINE
30 26
ticing at age 12 in Europe. and Michael of Seattle, Mrs. Zeldon (Dorothy)
Yeshivath Beth
He continued upon his arri- Wash.; three brothers, Cohen of Plantation, Fla.,
Julius, William and and Mrs. Bert (Natalie)
Yehudah
val in Detroit in 1922.
_
15751 W. Lincoln Dr.
He leaves his wife, Rose; a Michael; and a sister, Mrs. Kratze; and seven
Southfield
557-6750
grandchildren.
son, Phillip of Woodstock, Jacob (Rachel) Kellman.
N.Y.; two daughters, Mrs.
Jack (Lenore) Freed and
Louise; three sisters, Mrs.
Esther Crane, Mrs. Shirley
Birenbach and Mrs. Clara
Finkelstein, both of New
York; and five
Directors of Funerals
18325 W. 9 Mile Rd. Southfield
grandchildren.

LONDON (JTA) — Re-
uben Ainsztein, one of the
foremost British writers on
the Holocaust, has died. He
was 63 years old.
Born in Vilna, he studied
before World War II in Bel-
gium and, after the out-
break of war, made his way
to England after an epic
journey through France to
Spain where he spent 14
months in an internment
camp.
After a struggle with the
British authorities, he suc-
ceeded in joining the Royal
Air Force as an air gunner.
During a bombing mission
he had to parachute into
Belgium and returned to
Britain to convalesce.
After the war Mr.
Ainsztein spent 11 years
working for Reuters

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