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October 07, 1960 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-10-07

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Monument
Unveilings

(Unveiling announcements may
be inserted by mailing or by call-
ing The Jewish News office, VE
11-9364. 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.)
*

The family of the late Celia
Frank Eckert announces the
unveiling of a monument in her
memory at noon Sunday, Oct. 16,
at Oakview Cemetery. Rabbi
Lehrman will officiate. Relatives
and friends are asked to attend.
-
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert O. Schein,
21816 Sussex, Oak Park, invite
their relatives and friends to the
unveiling of a monument in
memory of their dear son, Ed-
ward Alan Schein, at 2 p.m. Sun-
day, Oct. 16, at Chesed shel Ernes
Cemetery. Rabbi Sperka will of-
ficiate.
* * *
The family of the late Mack
Lober announces the unveiling
of a monument in his memory
at noon Sunday, Oct. 16, at
Machpelah Cemetery. Rabbi
Segal will officiate. Relatives
and friends are asked to attend.

The Family of the Late

ANNA BAHR

Announces the unveil-
ing of a monument in
her memory at 1 p.m.
Sunday, Oct. 16, at
Tur over Cemetery.
Rabbi Syme will offici-
ate. Relatives and
friends are asked to
attend.

The.Family of the Late

NORMAN
SCHREIBER

Announces the unveil-
ing of a monument in
his memory at 3 p.m.
Sunda y, Oct. 16, at
Cong. Beth Moses Cem-
etery. Rabbis Levin
and Frankel will offi-
ciate. • Relatives a n d
friends are asked to
attend.

At 1:30 p.m. Sunday,
Oct. 16, at Chesed shel
Ernes Cemetery, a
monument will be un-
veiled in the memory
of

.

MORRIS
MONDROW

Rabbi Segal and Can-
tors Fenakel and Adler
will officiate. The fam-
ily asks that relatives
and friends attend.

$2,075,000,000-
Paid to Nazi War
Victims by Germany

BONN, (JTA) — The Federal
Republic of Germany and the
states together spent a total of
8,300,000,000 deutschemarks
(about $2,075,000,000) for indi-
vidual indemnification of victims
of Nazism up to July 31, Finance
Minister Franz Etzel reported to
Parliament.
Approximately $ 175,000,000
more will be spent for indemni-
fication by the end of this year,
Etzel stated in presenting hiS
budget for the next fiscal . year.
Thus, he said, approximately half
of the total inclerrinification en-
visaged —.aggregating 18 billion
marks (about -four and one-half
billion dollars)—will have been
paid out by the end of this year.
The Committee of Former Jew-
ish Slave Laborers in Germany
today asked former slave laborers
at the I. G. Farben and Friedrich
Krupp companies who have al-
ready registered claims against
these firms, not to register again,
as their claims are on file.
The Committee issued a call
last month for registration of
former - slave laborers to be ad-
dressed to the Compensation
Treuhand. GmbH, Staufenstrasse
29a, Frankfurt, Germany. Former
slave laborers at other German
firms who had previously cor-
responded with the New York
office of the Committee, also
need not register again, it was
emphasized.

German Police Chief
Arrested on Charges
He Killed 50 Jews

FRANKFURT,- (JTA) — The
police chief of Minden in North-
Rhine Westphalia was arrested
on charges of having directed
the murder of 50 Jews in Poland
during the Second World War.
The police official, Hermann
Rohlfing, 60, was accused of hav-
ing ordered the shooting of the
Jews near Lublin when he was
in charge of a special execution
"commando" unit engaged in
eliminating traces of Nazi mass
murders during the retreat of the
German troops. Rohlfing was ar-
rested after he testified against
another police official who was
a member of an SS commando
unit.
Three former Nazi storm-
troopers also went on trial in
Duesseldorf, charged with com-
plicity in the killing of 3,000
prisoners at the Oranienburg-
Sachsenhausen concentration
camp near Berlin during the
Second World War. The three
men are August Hoehn, 70, Otto
Boehm, 70, and Horst Hempel,
50. More than 50 witnesses—
former prisoners at the camp—
will give evidence during the
trial, which is expected to last
12 days.

Louis Lightstone,
Children and Family
are planting trees
in the

.

The Children
of the Late

JULIUS
AND JENNIE
WASSERMAN

Announce the unveil-
ing of a monument in
memory of their be-
loved parents at 1 p.m.
Sunday, Oct. 16, at
Bnai David Cemetery.
Rabbi Sperka will of-
ficiate. Relatives and
friends are • asked to
attend.

Rose
MALDAVER
LIGHTSTONE
FOREST

in Israel in observance
of the Yahrzei. t of
Beloved Rose Maldaver
Lightstone. Should you
wish to plant trees in
the forest, contact the
Ladies Auxiliary of the
Jewish. National Fund
on Wyoming.

Ira
Kaufman
DIRECTORS OF FUNERALS

9 4

Robert J. Gold Dies

OBITUARIES

SAM STOCKER of Drayton
Plains died Sept. 30. He leaves
his wife, Reva; three sons, Ber-
nard of Lincolnwood, Ill., Mil-
ton and Sidney of Los Angeles;
Itwo daughters, Mrs. Nathan
Adler and Mrs. Leonard Seid-
man of Los Angeles; three
brothers, two sisters and nine
grandchildren.
* * *
MINNIE JACOBSON, 3200
Boston Blvd., died Oct. 1. She
leaves her husband, David; and
a niece, Mrs. Charles. Aller.
* * *
SOLOMON NUCIAN, 18694
Northlawn, died Oct. 2.. He
leaves three sons, Benjamin,
Saul and Lew; a daughter, Mrs.
Benjamin Kosins; and five grand-
children.

*

* *



ALMA H. FISHER, 236 Tux-
edo, died Oct. 3. She leaves two
sons, Avery and Joseph A.; a
brother, Charles Held of Adrian;
a sister, Mrs. Helene Singer;
and four grandchildren.
- * * *
SARAH TROSCH, 16147' Hil-
ton, Southfield, died Oct. - 2.
Survived by one son, Sheldon,
and three grandchildren.
* * *
ANNA GREENWALD, 10401
Troy, Oak Park, died Oct. 2.
Survived by her husband, Emil;
a son, Murray; a daughter, Mrs.
Mark Olanoff of Long Island,
N.Y.; three brothers, one sister
and three - grandchildren.
* * *
DAVID PECHENIK, 3779
Elmhurst, died Sept. 21.. He
leaves his wife, Dora; a son,
Jack; a daughter,. Mrs. Jacob
Feldman; two brothers, one
sister and five grandchildren.
* * *
IDA COHEN, 3338 Tuxedo,
died Sept. 29. She leaves her
husband, Jacob; a son, T,e
dore; two sisters, one
and four grandc

DEBORAH SEGALL of New
Orleans, La., died in Detroit
Sept 29. She leaves a son, Ben-
zion; a daughter, Mrs. Morton
Eden; four grandchildren and
i five great grandchildren. In-
; terment in Detroit.

Prof. Hirshberg Dies

REHOVOT, Israel — Prof. Ye-
huda Hirshberg, head of the pho-
tochemistry and spectroscopy sec-
tion at the Weizmann Institute
at 92
J of Science, died Sept. 20. He to
ltman, one
Detroit's
ill while at work in his
a-
venerable scholars,
o was
i tory, and died a few
s late
nown for his piety, died ct. 2.
at the Kaplan Hospital in
Funeral services were h d at
vot.
Kaufman Chapel o
nday,
Rabbi Morris
ler of iating.
Sobeloff's Mother
es
Sur
e s
ns; Dr.
Mary Sobeloff,
Baltimore, Al
arry D.;
Md., mother of I ore Sobeloff, sis
Al
and Mrs.
executive vice p sident of the Belle he ets, •
five grand-
Jewish Welfar Federation of
Detroit, and U.
Circuit Court
Judge Simon So
ff, died last
Saturday at the ag
MONUMENTS

I

Ancient Judean Fort
Unearthed in Israel

JERUSALEM, (JTA)—A fort-
ress used by the kings of Judah
in the Eighth Century B.C.E., has
been unearthed on a hill at Ramat
Rachel, an Israeli settlement near
the Jordanian border south of
here, it was announced by Dr.
Yohanan Aharoni of the govern-
ment's Department of Antiquities,
who directed the excavations.
The site was discovered last
year, but identification of the
ruins as a citadel of the kings
of the Judean monarchy was
made only recently, according to
Aharoni. This was shown, he
said, by analysis of pottery and
other artifacts.

CARD OF THANKS
The family of the late Sara
Glassman acknowledges with
1 appreciation the many
kin
ressions of sympathy
extende
by relatives and
GEORGE
CHELL, 17211 friends d ing the family's re-
Hartwell,
d Sept. 30. He cent berea ment, with specia
abbis Rabinowit
thanks to
leaves h* . wife, Fleeta; a so
vin and
ohlgelernter.
Charle
two daught ,
Robe Abrams and i S
of
icago; one b r,
sis , six grandch f ren
d
great grandchi en.
r-
nt in Chicago.
*
ISAAC GOLDB
and Place, died
'ved by a son, S
Gold-
of Bu
in the Jewish
* *
PEARL ROSEN, 18057 Pine-
tradition by
hurst, died Oct. 1. Survived by
two sons, Fred Glusman of
Calif. and Dan Glusman; two
daughters, Mrs. Frank Gordon
of Texas and Mrs. Abraham
Weiss; two sisters, two brothers,
3201 JOY RD.
Next I. the Hebrew Benevolent Society
10 grandchildren and 17 great
CLOSED SATURDAYS
grandchildren. •
and JEWISH HOLIDAYS
* * *
OPEN SUNDAYS
JACK WENGROW, 20 Tyler,
died Sept. 18. • Survived by a
TYler 6-0196
sister,- Mrs. Morris Goldberg of
Toledo.

MORIALS

KARL BERG
MEMORIALS

1111111 11111111

BERNARD MARKOWITZ,
679 Peterboro, .died Sept. 30.
Survived by a niece. Mrs. Al
Klein of Pennsylvania.
* • *
EDWARD ALLAN BARON,
17217 Indiana, died Sept. 3.
Survived by parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Saul Baron; and a sister,
Adrienne.

*

*

A salesman for the Michigan
Chandelier Co., Robert J. Gold,
24030 Eastwood, died Sept. 29
in Ford Hospital after a short
illness. He was 43.
Mr. Gold, a native Detroiter,
was a World War II Air Force
veteran and a member of Oak
Park Lodge F&AM 591.
Surviving are his wife, Ros-
lyn; three sons, Steven, Gary
and Richard; his father, Harry
J. Gold; four brothers, San-
ford, Ben, Raymond and Markle,
and a sister, Joyce.

*

ALBERT M. KOLINER; 1916
Blaine, died Sept. 30. Survived
by wife, Mickie; daughter, Mrs.
Charles Vortriede; and five
grandchildren.

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