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November 25, 1960 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-11-25

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The family of the late Louis
Weisenthal announces the unveil-
ing of a monument in his mem-
ATLANTIC CITY,- (JTA) —
ory at 11 a.m. Sunday, Nov. 27, at
Northwest Hebrew Memorial Rabbi Bernard Bergman, na-
Park. Cemetery, Livonia. Rela- tional president of the Religi-
tives and friends are asked to at- ous Zionists of America, opened
the annual convention of the or-
The family of the late Harry tend.
ganization by appealing to
*
Jacobson announces the unveil-
President-elect John F-. Ken-
ing of a monument in his mem-
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Halperin an- nedy. "to arrange a meeting in
ory at noon Sunday, Nov. 27, nounce the unveiling of a monu- Washington between Prime
at Chesed shel Emes Cemetery. ment in memory of their mother, Minister Ben-Gurion of Israel
Rabbi Grubner will officiate. Goldie Millner, at noon Sunday, and President Nasser of Egypt,
Relatives and friends are asked Dec. 4, at Machpelah Cemetery. for the ultimate objective of
to attend. •
Rabbi Adler will officiate. Rela- establishing a firm, enduring
*. * *
tives and friends are asked to at- and a stable peace in the Mid-
The family of the late Dr. tend.
dle East."
Simon E. Lerman announces the
*
*
"Senator Kennedy has con-
unveiling of a monument in his
The family of the late Morris stantly pledged his good offices
memory at noon Sunday, Nov.
27, at Clover Hill Park Cemetery. Fox announces the unveiling of to effectuate a fair and honor-
Relatives and friends are asked a monument in his memory at able settlement between the
1:30 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 27, at Arabcountries and Israel,"
to attend.
* *
Chesed shel Emes Cemetery. Rabbi , Bergman said. "Both
The family of the late Louis Rabbi Bakst will officiate. Rela- major political parties are com-
Teper announces the unveiling tives and friends are asked to Milted in their solemn election
platforms to strive to terminate
of a monument in his memory attend.
the 'state of tension and strife
at 1 p.m. Sunday, Nov, 27, at
which has plagued the Middle
Westwood Cemetery; Michigan,
East during the past decade.
past Telegraph. Rabbi Gruskin
Peace and friendly relations
will officiate. Relatives and
among the Middle Eastern
friends are asked to attend.
In loving memory of father states are absolutely indispensa-
*
- *
The 'family of the late Ethel and grandfather Philip J. Gor- ble to prevent any further
Greenwald announces the un- zeck, who passed away Nov. 23, Soviet incursions into that stra-
veiling of a monument in her 1956 (19 days in Kislev). Sadly tegic military sector of the
memory at 11 a.m. Sunday, Nov. missed and always remembered world.
27, at Machpelah Cemetery. by his children and grandchild-
In another session of the con-
Rabbi Segal will officiate. Rela- ren.
ference, which was attended by
tives and friends are asked to
600 delegates, Dr. Joseph Burg,
attend.
-
CARD OF THANKS
Israel's Minister of Social Wel-
The family of the late Isaac fare, reported that a school of
Kaplan acknowledges with grate- social work, to aid not only
The Family of the Late
ful appreciation the many kind Israel but also Asian and Afri-
expressions of sympathy extended can countries to meet and solve
MRS. RAY
by relatives and friends during various social ills, is being es-
BRASCH
the family's recent bereavement. tablished at the Hebrew Uni-
Announces the unveil.
versity in Jerusalem.
ing of -a monument in
het memory at 1 p.m.
American Automotive The school of social work,
Sunday, Dec. 4, at
Burg said is being set up by the
Parts Plant in Israel - Government of Israel in con-
Clover Hill Park Ceme-
tery. Rabbi Syme will
with the Joint Distri-
Is Thriving Business junction
officiate. Relatives and
bution Committee. Israel, he
Construction of a $500,000 plant stated, "is engaging in a mas-
friends are asked to
expansion by Mechanico, Ltd., sive program of social pioneer-
attend.
manufacturers and rebuilders of ing and study, to make the drab
automotive parts, has been com- existence of backward popula-
pleted in Hadera, Israel, with the tions more meaningful, creative
help of long-term loans granted and significant."
The Family of the Late
by the Export-Import Bank of
An appeal for all congrega-
Washington, D.C., and the
ANNA
tions in the United States to
tine Economic Corporation, N.Y. I affiliate with the religious Zion-
SHARFMAN
Established eight years ago by i- ist movement was 'made in
Announces the unveiling
a group 'of five young engineers another address, by Rabbi Jo-
of a monument in her
memory at 1 p.m. Sun-
from the U.S. and one South seph H. Lookstein, of New
day, Dec. 4, at Clover
African, Mechanico has been in York. Other speakers included
Hill Park Cemetery.
the black from the beginning, and Rabbi Mordecai Kirshblum,
Rabbi Gorrelick will of-
last year alone sold over $600,000 honorary chairman of the Re-
ficiate. Relatives and
worth of automotive parts in Is- ligious Zionists of America; Dr.
friends are asked to at-
rael and countries in Asia and Zorach Warhaftig, chairman of
tend.
the Israeli Cabinet's committee
Africa.
on law and constitutional af-
The six founders, each of whom fairs; and Rabbi Irving Miller,
is today heading one of Me- chairman of the American
's fast expanding opera- Zionist Council.
A WONDE
artments, are taking
MEMORIAL
E T
Rabbi Bernard Bergman, New
A
D ONE.
turns
nning their New York
office f
two-year terms, pur- York, was re-elected president
A c e
if ic a te
any
you de ire may
amo
chasin
sed parts, machinery of the Religious Zionists of
be
rchased in
and
ipment, arranging finan- America; Rabbi Joseph B.
you oved odts,
a
wo y cause at t sa
ci •
atters and relaying tech- Soloveitchik, of Boston, was
ill b
ti
. A certific
1 know-how. Norman Fein- chosen honorary president.
to the fa
se
th
de sed.
• erg, 36, who spent the last 11
ase Make Checks
years in Israel, arrived here to AJC Opposes Aid f
Payable- to:
take over the New York office for
THE
• PE
c/o WM.
N-DEROFF
the next 24 months. Before going Sectarian Colleg
17170 Meyers Rd.,
to Israel in 1949, he was an en-
NEW YORK (JTA)
Detroit 35, Michigan
The
gineer with the South Carolina American Jewish Con ss ex-
Power and Light Company.
pressed opposition t recom-
mendations on higher i ucation
The Community is Invited to Attend
in New York state th • would
A Meeting to Honor the M
e Late
_give state aid to sectar
I. •
leges. In a communication
HAR
E BE
Governor Rockefeller, the AJC
sda
'ov. 30 at 8:30 p.m.
said that such aid would consti-

T
at Jeri
pie — 18495 W ming
tute a violation of separation of
The meet
chaire by Harry Kaminer will be
church and state.
dressed by
several
known corn nit. lead
wit Rabbi
yirn Donin,
"We oppose the use of public
principa speaker. Othe off a
he P etroit
uxiliary of
the Cit
f Hope who pa ed ay in
e ye rs
1 be honored
funds to support religious insti-
at the
eeting.
tutions, whether they be con-
The
inittee of Pres ent spon
morial meeting
Belkin, Odess ;
are:
ins
C.
owitcher; Frank
trolled by the Catholic Church,
Mirsk
Berditchev-Kesh ev; ymi ried
, Korostishever; Sol
by Protestant denominations or
Rubin,
urover; J. Lip icz, Bialo o
orris Silver, Chaim
Weizm
; Sam Moskot, Sinai Far-.'
rs. Pauline Flashenberg,
by Jewish rabbinical- bodies,"
s Farein; Mrs. Jac
Yiddish
s, Turover Ladies Auxiliary;
the AJC protest to the Gov-
Nathan W
ernor stated.

In Memoriam

OBITUARIES

S A D I•E GELFUND, 19701
Rutherford, died Nov. 21. Sur-
vived by her husband, Louis;
one son, Stanley; one daughter,
Mrs. Evelyn- Holliday; and three
grandchildren.
*
YETTA KOZDA, 16682 Tul-
ler, died Nov. 21. Survived by
one son, Gordon; one daughter,
Mrs. Norton Taylor; and five
grandchildren.
*
BESSIE R. SIROTA, 19374
Five Point, died Nov. 18. She
leaves two daughters, Mrs.
Henry Lonnerstater and Mrs.
Gabriel Allen of Cleveland;
one brother, Isadore Wolf of
London, Ont.; and two grand-
children.
• * *
LOUIS' BERMAN of Windsor,
Ont., died Nov. 16. He leaves a
son, Harry; and seven daugh-
ters, Lillian Berman, Mrs. Wil-
liam Josephwicz, Mrs. Leslie
Stammel of Windsor, Mrs. Ivan
Katzman of Riverside, Ont.,
Mrs. Robert Landy, Mrs. Louis
Regovein and' Mrs. -Morris Law-
son; 14 grandchildren and five
great grandchildren.
* * *
L IL LIAN COOPER, 1800
Ilene, died Nov. 15. She leaves
a brother, David; and a - sister,
Mrs. Abe Sinaberg.
* * *
HERMAN STELLAR of Ingle-
wood, Calif., died Nov. 20. He
leaves his wife, Genevieve; one
son, Jack; a brother, Albert of
Fort Worth, Tex.; and two sis-
ters, Mrs. Julius Silverman and
Mrs. Ben Boren. Interment Los
Angeles.
* * *
REBECCA WEINE R, 3324
Sturtevant, died Nov. 21. She
leaves a son, Dr. Willia m
Weiner; three daughters, Mrs.
Max Wolf, Mrs. Morris Lewis
and Mrs. Archie. Keltz; 12
grandchildren and six great
grandchildren.
• * *
NATHAN MADVEN, 23150
Cloverlawn, Oak Park, died
Nov. , 22.- He leaves his wife,
Mildred; a son, Jeffrey; a
daughter, Eileen; and brother,
Ben.
* * *
HENRY LOEB, 19300 Meyers,
died Nov. 19. Survived by one
son, Donald; one daughter, Mrs.
Joe Schwarz and two sisters.
* * *
" REBECCA B. FINEBERG,
843 Whitmore, died Nov. 17.
Survived by six sisters, Mr
Isabelle Woolwitch, Mrs. B
nard Lappin, Mrs. Jack Fr
man, Mrs. Arthur Rhodes,
of New York City; Mrs.
Brown and Mrs. Harley Gorm
* * *
BER
N, 18082 Ken-
tu
Survived
nd, Sam;
sons,
m- uel and Edwar•three
daughters, Mrs. Jos h riffin
of T 1r adush-
in a
eibson;
three si
andchil-
dre

ARTHUR LEVY, Marion, Ohio.
Interment Detroit. Survived by
his mother, Mrs. Etta Levy; 2
brothers, Ben Levy and Saul
Krieger; and one sister, Mrs.
Robert Priebe.
* *
MAX KROLL, 23526 Church,
Oak Park. Survived by his wife
Yetta; three daughters, Mrs. Jack
Schneider, Mrs. Murry Pollack
and Mrs. Lillian Smigel; three
brothers, two sisters and four
grandchildren.

U.S. Embassy Worker
Dies in Tel Aviv Crash

An automobile crash in Tel
Aviv Sunday claimed the life
of 23 - yea r -old Gretchen A.
Vester of Indianapolis, a secre-
tery of the United States Em-
bassy in the Israel city.
The automobile in which she
was riding, driven by M/Sgt.
Charles H. Dewey of Cherry
Valley, N. Y., collided with a
parked truck. Dewey was
slightly injured.

Yaacov Cahan, Noted
Hebrew Poet, Dies
in Israel at '79

TEL AVIV (JTA) — Yaacov
Cahan, noted Hebrew poet 'and
writer, died at Beilinson Hospi-
tal in Petah Tikvah, after a long
illness. He was '79 years. of age.
He was a winner of the Bialik
and Tchernichowsky literary
awards and was the winner of
the State of Israel Award in 1953
and again in 1958.
Born in • Slutzk, Byelorussia,
Mr. Cahan settled in Palestine in
the early thirties. One of his early
songs, "In Blood and • In Fire,
Judea Fell," became the slogan
of the Hashomer group at the
beginning of this century.

Bnai Brith Leader Dies
Joseph Kaplan, 62, of Boston,
a member of Bnai Brith's interna-
tional board of governors and a
prominent New England Jewish
community leader, died, Nov. 13.

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Monument Unveilings

(Unveiling announcements may
be inserted by mailing or by call-
ing The Jewish News office, VE
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must be accompanied by the name
and address of the person making
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