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October 25, 1985 - Image 102

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-10-25

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= -Friday,- October25,- 1985 103

THE DETROIT JEWISH

SHELDON-
MONUMENT
COMPANY

Sidney A. Dilich

DETROIT
MONUMENT
• WORKS.
1441 W. 11 Milo Rd.

• -

Bess L. Levin, 87 '

-



Bess la. Levin, who hosted
dignitaries and diplomats as
well Its-Jewish community lead-
ers for many years, died Oct. 17
at age 87.
With her husband; the late -
Saul R. Levin, who led in youth
movements and was Consul of
Honduras in Detroit, and her
two sons who have gained na-
tional roles as members of Con-
gress, she welcomed' many dig-
nitaries at scores of functions of
public concern.
Her late brother, David
Levinson, was a veteran
member of the Oakland County
Board of Supervisors. Her
brother-in-law, the late Theo-
dore Levin, was chief judge of
the U.S. District Court in • De-
troit. ,Nephew Charles Levin is a
Michigan Supreme Court Jus-
tice.
Mrs. Levin was born in Bir-
mingham and had -been a De-
troit resident since the early
1900s. She was a graduate of
the University of Michigan and
taught English at the Interna-
tional Institute in Detroit for '
many years. She was active in

the Metropolitan Detroit Chap-
ter of Hadassah.
She is survived by her sons,
Senator Carl Levin and Rep.
Sander Levin; a daughter, Mrs.
Hannah Gladstone; a brother
Hy Levinson; and ten grand- ,
children.

WE REMEMBER

During the coming

Australia Jews

week Yeshivoth
Beth Yehudah will .
observe the
Yahrzeits of the lb,-
lowing departed
friends, with the
traditional Memo-
dal Prayers, recita-
tion of Kaddish and
Studying of Ails-
hnavos.



CHESHVAN OCT.

12 27.
GOLDIE BRESHGOLD ' •
Knowledge of the history and
12. 27
ANNA FEGELMAN
geography of Australia is some-
12 27
PEARL KNOPPOW
12 27
what sketchy to Americas. Its
• BEN MATZ .-
12 27
MAX
ROSENBAUM
,
Jewish community is full of di-,
12 . 27 •
HARRY SHAFER
versity and vitality, and it haai
12 27
• DR. JULIAN STERN
12 27
MAX JAITEU3AUM
colorful 200 year history. For
12 27
JACK TORCH f •
example, at, least eight Jews
: 13 28
JACK MAZER
were among the first group of
13 28
SAMUEL BURNS
13 28
FANNIE HUBERT
"arrivals" who landed in Au-
1— .13 28.,
SAMUEL SCHWARTZ
stralia in 'January, 1788:Actu-
: 13 28 :-
WIWAM WEISZ. . •
ally, they came not of their own
14 29 •
-
YETTA BORINSTEIN
14 .29
BENJAMIN BRAGMAN. •
Volition but as convicts, sen-
14 29
SAM COHEN'
tenced by the British courts to
14 29
DAVID FRIEDMAN .
serve long prison 'terms at hard
NECHEMIAH KIRSNIANSKI : • 14 29'
-- 14 29
LEAH LAKRITZ
labor in New South Wales, a
14 29
JACOB LEVIN
colony claimed for England by
14 29
.
ROSE WIMMER .
15 30
• '
Captian Cook in 1770.
ANNIE CRAIN
15 30
IRWIN
I.
COHN
The punishment was unduly
15 30
ABRAHAMDIEM
harsh. One of the Jewish con-
15 30
EUZABETH FINLEY
15 30
DAVID GOLDBERG:
victs, John Harris, received a 14
15 30
FRIEDA UDC
year sentence for stealing eight
PEARL RUFFSKY
• 15 30
silver spoons, and, fifteen year
15 - 30 '
ISADORE SHECHTER
' 15 30
•MTCHEU. STEIN ,
old Esther Abrahams, seven
15 30

JOSEPH
WEXLER
Stanley IMichaeli • -
years for , shoplifting a length of
, 15 30
•FANNIE ZINGESER
black
silk.
'lace.
Fortunately,
'.
':
'16'
31
BENJAMIN
APT



'
Stanley J." Michaels, owner
l' 16 31
BERTHA APT
and director of Camp Nahelu for ' they, and many other Jewish
16 31
ABRAHAM L DRESOFF
convicte, were able to rehabili-
16 31
25 years, died Oct. 15 at age 71.-
tate themselves and became
MOSES PH. ELLENSON , .. 16 31
A native Detroiter, Mr.
.
'
16
31.
WIWAM
RNNK
Michaels was, a past president of highly , respected citizens.
16 31
ABRAHAM FREE()
From
those
early
days
until

.
16
,
31
ROSE KATZ ' . ,
the Michigan and American
16 31'
HARRY LEVINE
Camping. Associations, frOm the present, Jews have become
,
16
31
• .
JULIUS PORTNOY \
16 31 •
which he received , several. ' closely integrated into the eco-
HENRY ROSENMUND
.
-

,
- ' NOV; •
awards. He:also was the Chair- , .noinic; cultural, and.political life
17 1

ESTHER AVERBUCH -
of the country. Some . have risen
man of Americans for Demo-
. 17 1
RIBA BOESKY
to
top
government
positions.
1 -
.
'
17
SOPHIE DUCH
cratic Action and a member of
17 . 1
Among them was Sir Isaac
—.BERTHA CORN
the Detroit Library Commission.
17 1
SOPHIE LERMAN . •
Mr. Michaels, a 'resident of Isaacs who was appointed Chief
II& BLUMA (FELDMAN) UPKIN 17 1
Justice of the Commonwealth in
17 1
ESTHER MNDLIN -
Longboat Key, Fla., is survived
.17 1
1930, and a year later, became
JOSEPH OPPEN
by his wife, Elsie; children
17 1
SAMUEL
REVZIN
.
Stuart of Chicago, Ill., Sarah of the first native-born Governor-
17 1
LENA ROSENBAUM
General
of
Australia.
Equally
17 1
_
HAROLD
SHERR
Arlington, Mass., and Kate of
17 1
..
ETHEL SHORR

well
known
is
Sir
John
Monash,
Anchorage; Alaska; a brother,
18 2 •
ALTER FARBER '
18 2
Jules of Southfield; a sister, an engineer by profession, who
CEUA FRANK-ECKERT
served
as
the
Supreme
Com-
18 2
DAVID FELDSTEIN ) • •
June M. Warnick of Oak Park;
18 2 •
JACOB LESSER - '
mander
of
the
Australian
forces
and one grandson. Services in
18 2
1ZIPOORAH MILLER
in
France
during
World
War
I.
.
18 • 2
DR.
LEO
ORECKUN
-
,
Longboat KO. •
Today, there are approx-
18 2
IDA ROTHENBERG -
18
• 2
- SAM SIEGEL
imately, 75,000 Jews in Au-
18 2
NORMA WEINGER .'
stralia, constituting 1/2 of 1 per-
18 2

LENA ZAGER • " . .
. - \ •
cent of the total population of 16
.
.
million.
Most
of
the
Jews,
al-
Edna Firestone* •
' - Yeshivoth Beth
. .
most 90 percent, are concen-
Edna Firestone, 86, active in trated in two large,., cosmopoli-
- • Yehudah'
Jewish organizations, died Oct. tan cities, Melbroune and Syd-
' . ' 15751 W. Uncoln Dr.
18. •
ney.
•-,- ..' , 557-6750
Southfield
Mrs. Firestone was a member Jewish Telegraphic Agency; Inc.)
Sin a i Hos-
Hada
ssli a and the
pital Guild.
She leaves two sons, Milton of
East Lansing, and Dr. Harold; a
"Serving the Jewish community with
sister, Mrs. Manya Blane; and
traditional
dignity and understanding"
five grandchildren.

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