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July 29, 1960 - Image 39

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-07-29

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The family of the late Morris
Oslik announces the unveiling
of a monument in his memory
NEW YORK, (JTA) — Rabbi
at 2:30 p.m. Sunday, July 31, at Norman Salit, who was an at-
the Workmen's Circle Ceme- torney and a former president
tery. Relatives and friends are
of the Syna-
asked to attend.
gogue Council
* * *
* S
o f America,
The family of the late Abe M.
The family of the late Mollie
died in New
Simon announces the unveiling Feinberg announces the unveil-
York Hospital,
of a monument in her memory ing of a monument in his mem-
July 22, after
at 11 a.m. Sunday, July 31, at ory at 10:30 a.m. Sunday, July
a long illness,
Cloverhill Park Cemetery. Rab- 31, at Machpelah Cemetery.
at the age of
bi Donin will officiate. Rela- Relatives and friends are asked
64.
tives and friends are asked to to attend.
In addition
attend.
to his Syna-
* *
When Memorial Prayer
gogue Council
Dr. Salit
post he had
The family of the late Anna Is Omitted at Funerals
Gordon announces the unveil- By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX been executive director of the
(Copyright, 1960,
Wartime Emergency Commis-
•ng of a monument in her Jewish Telegraphic
Agency, Inc.)
memory at 1 p.m. Sunday,
The memorial prayer "El sion for Conservative Judaism
Aug. 7, at Workmen's Circle Racharnim" is omitted from the in World War II, director of
Cemetery. Rabbi Siegel will of- funeral service on such festive the Freedom Foundation and
ficiate. Relatives and friends days as Rosh Hodesh or holi- a member of the New York
County Lawyers Association.
are asked to attend.
days.
* * *
Born and educated ir. New
The spirit required in public
The family of the late Louis on festive days was to be one York, he was ordained as a
Please announces the unveiling of rejoicing. The well-known Conservative rabbi by the Jew-
of a monument in his memory memorial prayer was one which ish Theological Seminary. In
at noon Sunday, Aug. 7, at would and does cause grief to the same year he was admitted
Bnai David Cemetery. Rabbi those who are in attendance. to the New York Bar. He had
Donin and Cantor Adler will Thus it was eliminated on those attended law school in the
officiate. Relatives and friends days. Furthermore, the memor- afternoon and evenings and the
ial prayers ask for peace for seminary in the mornings.
are asked to attend.
In 1953, as president of the
the deceased. On festive days
* S *
even the deceased are said to Synagogue Council of America,
The family of the late Harry be in peace. hence a prayer for he visited West Germany on in-
Finklestein announces the un- their rest is unnecessary. The vitation of the Bonn Govern-
veiling of a monument in his custom.. has prevailed, however. ment to discuss problems of
memory at noon Sunday, July to offer these prayers on the nostwar anti-Semitism.
31, at. Machpelah Cemetery. Sabbath and on the last days
He conferred with a number
Rabbi Sperka will officiate. of the three major festivals. of high Bonn officials and on
Relatives and friends are asked This was as a plea that the rest his return said he was deeply
to attend.
and peace which came over the disappointed by the failure of
* * *
deceased on such occasions West German authorities to
Mrs. Gertrude Cohen, Mrs. would continue even after the erase anti-Semitism.
Morris Sukenic, Mrs. Rose Glick festival or Sabbath was over.
and Reuben Levin, children of It is also because it became B. Ostrovksy. Mayor
the late Louis Levin, announce traditional to pledge charity on
the unveiling of a monument their behalf during the Sabbath of Raanana, Dies at 70
NEW YORK, (JTA)—Word
in his memory at 1:30 p.m. Sun- and last days of the three major
day, July 31, at Machpelah festivals. While Jewish tradi- was received here of the death
Cemetery. Rabbi Leo Goldman tion makes allowance for hu- last week in Tel Aviv of Baruch
will officiate. Relatives and mans to give vent to their emo- Ostrovsky, educator, journalist
friends are asked to attend.
tions, it does expect of them to and Mayor of Raanana, Israel.
exercise self-control when the He was 70 years of age. Mr.
Ostrovsky was one of the found-
occasion cals for it.
ers of Raanana, a town near
the coast northeast of Tel,Aviv..
The Family of the Late
Lazarov Memorial in B orn in Russia, 0 strov sky
came to the United States when
ABRAHAM
Kfar Habad, Israel ihe
was 18 years of age and
MACKEY
The cornerstone was laid for subsequently served here as
Acknowledges with
a 32-room student dormitory in principal of the Workmen's
grateful appreciation
the Kfar Habad Printing School Circle High School. He settled
the many kind expres-
in Israel, on July 14, in memory in Palestine in 1930 and was
sions of sympathy ex-
of Jacob Lazarov.
named chairman of the Raanana
tended by relatives and
T h e memorial was estab- Local Council the following
friends during the
1 i s h e d by his children — the year. He served in this , post
family's recent bereave-
Schaver, Lazarov and Tannen- without remuneration until his
ment.
death.
baum families.
Mr. and Mrs. Izzy Lazarov
and daughter, B e r y I, repre- A Note About Ezra Pound
sented the families in Israel, at
Leonard Lyons reveals in his
the cornerstone laying. A mes- syndicated column that Ezra
sage of blessing was read at the Pound, "the mad poet" who de-
The Family of the Late
ceremony from the Lubavitcher livered anti-Semitic broadcasts
Rebbe, Rabbi Shneerson, head of from Rome during the Musso-
SAMUEL RUCHOTSKY
lini regime, wants to recite at
the Habad movement.
the YMHA Poetry Center in
Acknowledges with
grateful appreciation
New York. Lyons writes that
Dr.
Jacknow,
Orthopedic
the many kind expres-
when Pound was under deten-
Surgeon, Dies at 34
sions of sympathy ex-
tion and won the $1,000 Bollin-
te nd e d by relatives
Dr. Albert S. Jacknow, an gen Prize for poetry, one of
and friends during the
Oak Park resident and ortho- America's most revered poets
family's recent bereave-
pedic surgeon in Pontiac, died said: "Good. I'm for poets get-
ment.
Monday in Pontiac's St. Joseph ting lots of money. I hope
Mercy Hospital. He was 34.
Pound collects the money, and
Dr. Jacknow, 24540 Oneida, then is hanged." . . . This same
was an active leader of the poet expedited Pound's release
Michigan Crippled Children's and return to Italy. He went to
Society.
the officials, from door to door,
The Family of the Late
He is survived by his wife, demanding: "I want Ezra Pound
NORMAN
Zenia; a son, Gerald; two released immediately; I don't
daughters, Barbara and Dale; want him to become a martyr."
SCHREIBER
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hy-
Acknowledges with
man Jacknow; and a sister, Mrs.
"We can all perceive the dif-
grateful appreciation
Donald Sharfman.
ference between ourselves and
the many kind expres-
our inferiors, but when it
sions of sympathy ex-
Michigan has some of the best comes to a question of the dif-
tended by relatives and
water supplies in the nation. ference between us and our
friends during the
Eighty percent of the popula- superiors we fail to appreciate
family's recent bereave-
tion drinks water from supplies merits of which we have no
ment.
approved by the health depart- proper conceptions."—J. Feni-
ment.
more Cooper.

OBITUARIES

MAX FLEISCHMAN of
Brooklyn, N.Y., died July 24.
He leaves his wife, May; four
sisters, Mrs. Jacob Gosevitz,
Mrs. Celia Lakofsky and Mrs.
Herbert J. Pevos, all of Detroit,
and Mrs. Lillian Rose of New
York; and five brothers, Ben
Fleischman of Los Angeles and
Dave and Sam Fleischman and
Morris and Abe Lachover, all
of Detroit.

HENRIETTA SCHWARTZ,
25155 Southwood, Southfield,
died July 24. She leaves her
husband, Harry; a son, Jack; a
S * *
daughter, Mrs. Daniel Niss; two
DAVID TABOCK, 17527 In- sisters and three grandchildren.
diana, died July 26. Survived
* *
by his wife, Rose; son, Jack, of
DEBORAH ELBINGER, 18038
Southfield; three daughters,
Mrs. Louis Stoller, Mrs. Myron Washburn, died July 20. Sur-
Lebus and Mrs. Jack Lieber- vived by one son, Benjamin;
man; a brother and seven two daughters, Mr Alex Sel-
nick and Frances, both of Los
grandchildren.
Angeles; seven grandchildren
* *
and three great grandchildren.
MORRIS LIPCON, 1918 Pin-
gree, died July 26. Survived by
a brother-in-law. Louis Gelfund. Nate J. Blumberg Dies
nieces and nephews.
Nate J. Blumberg, chairman
*
of the board of Universal Pie-
LENA HAKING, 1371 Meade, tures, died Sunday at his home
New York, died July 19 in Den- in Van Nuys, Calif.. at the age
ver, Colo. She leaves a daugh- of 66.
ter, Anna Bathrick of Denver;
George Jessel delivered the
two sons, Sam and Dr. Leonard eulogy and Jimmy Durante sang
Haking, bath of Detroit; seven "September Song," in accord-
grandchildren and five great ance, the widow said, with her
grandchildren.
husband's wishes. "Nate," she
* *
said, "didn't want people to sit
SAMUEL L. YOFFEE, 18979 with long faces at his funeral."
Monica, died July 23. He leaves
his wife. Rose; one son, Dr.
Melvin R. Yoffee; two daugh-
ters, Mrs. Arthur Solomon and
Mrs. Hy Safran; a brother, Isa-
dore; and 10 grandchildren.

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39 - THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS -- Fri day, July 29, 1960

Monument Unveilings

(Unveiling announcements may
be inserted by mailing or by call-
ing The Jewish News office, VE
13-9364. Written announcements
must be accompanied by the name
and address of the person making
the, insertion. There is a standing
charge of $3.00 for an unveiling
notice, measuring an inch in
depth.)

Dr. Norman Salit,
Active in Civic
Movements, Dies

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