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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-05-20

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS -- Friday, May 20, 1960

Dr. von Keller Exposed as a Nazi
Schedule Services Late
In its obituary notice about Germany withdrew from
on Memorial Day Friedrich von Keller, 87, Ger- League."

OBITUARIES

ISADORE SCHOENBERG,
23171 Beverly, Oak Park, died
May 11. He leaves his wife, Sar-
ah; a son, Gabriel; a daughter,
Mrs. Erwin Kepes; and six
grandchildren.

HARRY JORDAN, 15841
Ilene, died May 12th. He leaves
his wife, Mary; a son, Steven;
a daughter, Leah; and a sister.

SARAH SAMBERG, 17560
Grandville, died May 13. She
leaves a son, Henry Wald; and
two grandchildren.
• * *
CHARLES I. ROSENSWEET,
18297 Kentucky, died May 13.
He leaves his wife, Anne; two
sons, Dr. • Martin Rosensweet
and Dr. Harold Roland; a daugh-
ter, Mrs. Lewis Davis; his fath-
er, Israel Rosensweet; two
brothers, two sisters and six
grandchildren.
*
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JOSEPH PATT, 3130 W. Out-
er Dr., died May 13. He leaves
a son, Fred; a daughter, Mrs.
Salmon Grand; and eight grand-
children.
* *
WILLIAM W. SHARPE, for-
merly of Detroit, died May 15,
in Miami Beach, Fla. Services
and interment in Miami Beach.
He leaves his wife, Barbara;
two daughters, Mrs. Linda Hu-
bar, of Detroit, and Iris Beth;
and a grandchild.
*
*
ISRAEL TORRECK, 3226
Rochester, died May 16. Sur-
vived by his wife, Sarah; a son,
Joseph, of Long Beach, Calif.;
a daughter, Mrs. Morris Kutin-
sky; six grandchildren and
eight great grandchildren.
• * *
MEYER GORDON, 18696
Washburn, died May 18. Sur-
vived by seven sons, Harry, of
Santa Monica, Calif., and Max,
Jake, Isadore, Abe, Joseph and
Edward; two daughters, Mrs.
Ben Ersher and Mrs. Milton
Kantor; 17 grandchildren and
21 great grandchildren.
* *
MAX MELLON, 17335 Stoe-
pel, died May 15. Survived by
two sons, Samuel and Jack, of
Battle Creek; two daughters,
Mrs. Harold LaBell and Mrs.
Sandor Feigh; two brothers and
a sister and five grandchildren.
*
BERTHA FRIEDFELD, 11501
Petoskey, died May 16. Serv:-
ices and interment, Newark,
N.J. She leaves a daughter,
Mrs. William Waldholz; and a
grandchild.
*
SAMUEL J. ROSSEN, 18460
San Juan, died May 16. He
leaves his wife, - Rose; a son,
Dr. Jack; a daughter, Mrs. Har-
old Dix; three brothers, a sis-
ter and five grandchildren.

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HARRY AXELRAD, 10034
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May 11. Survived by his wife,
Minnie; two sons, Bernard and
Paul, of Sao Paulo, Brazil; a
daughter, Mrs. Bernard Ring-
ler, and seven grandchildren.
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MORRIS TUCKER, 16 8 2 4
Washburn, died May 13. Sur-
vived by his wife, Tillie; two
sons, Charles and Avery; two
daughters, Mrs. Philip Menko-
witz and Estelle; a sister and
four grandchildren.

MARCUS KURTZ, 18 6 6 5
Greenlawn, died May 15. Sur-
vived by a son, Isaac; two
daughters, Mrs. Albert Berke
and Mrs. Hyman Needelman; a
sister and seven grandchildren.
*
*
ABE DWORKIN, 3201 W.
Grand, died May 14. He leaves
his wife, Enima; three sons,
Sidney, Leo and Cantor Har-
old Dworkin, of Oak Park, Ill.;
a daughter, Mrs. Leonard
Berke, of Cincinnati, 0.; and
nine grandchildren.

MORRIS SCHWARTZ, 19144
Whitcomb, died May 14. He
leaves two sons, Harry and
Joseph; two daughters, Mrs.
Louis Reisman and Mrs. Jo-
seph Kaufman; a brother, eight
grandchildren and two great
grandchildren.

BARNEY B. ,HERSHON, 601
W. Patterson, Flint, Mich., died
May 15. Services and inter-
ment in Detroit. He leaves a
son, Dr. Marshall D.; three
brothers, three sisters and two
grandchildren.
* * *
BESSIE TRUBOWITZ, 19205
Ohio, died May 15. She leaves
two sons, Arthur Trubow and
Bernard; and seven grandchil-
dren.

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Veterans -groups, synagogues
and cemetery associations are
currently planning traditional
Memorial Day services in honor
of the dead throughout the
community.
Services will be held both on
Sunday, May 29 and Monday,
May 30.
Memorial Day services at
Northwest Hebrew Memorial
Park are scheduled for 11:30
a.m., Sunday, when Rabbi Jacob
E. Segal will officiate, and
Cantor Nicholas Fenakel will
chant the liturgical portions.
Military honors for the Jew-
ish war dead will be conferred
by the Pfc. Joseph L. Bale Post
of the Jewish War Veterans.
The cemetery is on W. 6 Mile,
just east of Middlebelt, in Li-
vonia, according to David Galin;
chairman of the cemetery board.
Annual Memorial Day ex-
ercises at Clover Hill Park
Cemetery Chapel is planned by
Cong. Shaarey Zedek for 11
a.m., May 30.
The annual Memorial Day
service of Temple Beth El,
Temple Israel and Temple
Emanu-El will be held at 11
a.m., May 30, at Beth El Me-
morial Park,- 28120 W. 6 Mile.
Dr. Leon Fram will deliver a
brief sermon on "The House of
Life." Also participating will be
Rabbis David A. Baylinson,
Richard C. Hertz, Milton Rosen-
baum, M. Robert Syme and
Sherwin T. Wine. The Beth El
choir will 'sing the liturgical
portions.
The public is invited to
attend any of the services.

many's last League of Nations
delegate, who died in Tutzing,
Germany, May 8, the New York
Herald Tribune stated:
"One of the last debates in
which Dr. von Keller took part
in the League concerned the
persecution of the Jews under
Hitler. When the League As-
sembly reaffirmed its 1922 res-
olution on minority rights, Dr.
von Keller announced that Ger-
many would vote against a
clause which made the resolu-
tion applicable to all minorities.
The clause was not acceptable
to Germany, he indicated, be-
cause it applied to Jews. Three
days later, on Oct. 14, 1933,

CARD OF THANKS
The family of the late Ger-
trude Schneider acknowledges
with grateful appreciation the
many kind expressions of sym-
pathy extended by relatives and
friends during the family's re-
cent bereavement.

JACOB NOVICK, 2690 Ewald
The Michigan State Police
Circle, died May 16. He leaves
scored
a world-wide first with
a son, Julius; a brother, four
the establishment in 1929 of the
sisters and a grandchild.
first state police radio system.
NORMAN RUDY KESTEN,
1111111•11111111•111•1111111•1 MI
3790 W. Grand, died May 12.
I
Survived by a brother in Israel.

In Memoriam

In cherished m em or y of
Eileen Yanover, dearly beloved
wife and devoted mother, who
passed away on May 30, 1954
(27 days in Iyar).

"When one so dear to us is called
away,
And we are sorrowful because we
know
The form so lifeless now was once
so gay
Our thoughts turn heavenward, and
then we see,
The soul has winged its way to
eternity."

Dear, there is not a day that
we do not think of you.
Always sadly missed by her
husband, Aleck Jos e p h, and
children, Barbara, Rosalyn,. Har-
riet, Irwin and grandchildren.
.* * *
In loving memory of our dear
wife a-nd beloved mother, Ida
Pevin, who passed away on May
21, 1942 (five days in Sivan).

You are not forgotten mother
dear,
Nor will you ever be;
As long as life and memory last
We will remember thee.
Your loving smile, your gentle
face,
. No one can fill your vacant place.

Sadly missed by her husband,
Morris; daughters, Mrs. Betty
Fisher, Elsie and Sylvia; and
s-on, George.
C *
In cherished memory of Dr.
Oscar U. Shapiro, dear son' and
brother, who passed away eight
years ago on May 19, 1952.
We miss you more as time
goes by.
Sadly missed by his parents,
Ida and Jake Shapiro; his sister,
Sarah; and brother, Harry.
*
*
In cherished memory of my
beloved husband, Philip Shkol-
nick, who passed away on May
22, 1956.
Sadly .missed and always re-
membered by his wife, Tillie.

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