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February 03, 1961 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-02-03

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Kennedy Appoints
Caplin Commissioner
of Internal Revenue

Senator Fulbright
Attacks Israel on
Atomic Power Use

WASHINGTON, (JTA)—Chair-
man J. W. Fulbright of the
Senate Foreign Relations Com-
mittee attacked Israel this week
on the atomic bomb issue in the
course of a committee hearing
on the qualifications of Murat
W. Williams, former U.S. Em-
bassy counselor in Tel Aviv,
named by President Kennedy as
new Ambassador to El Salvador.
, Senator Fulbright asked Wil-
liams if he knew of atomic bomb
manufacture in Israel being kept
secret from the United States.
Williams replied that last sum-
mer the Embassy was aware of
some nuclear activities and
pointed out that Israel, in verify-
ing the existence of such research,
had emphasized its peaceful pur-
pose.
Senator Fulbright, however, in-
ferentially attacked the Israel
atomic program, the .c text
his remarks being
OS
Israel on the issue.



Miss Loula Lasker
Dies; Hadassah V-P

OBITUARIES

NEW YORK (JTA) — Fu-
neral services were held here
Monday for Miss Loula Lasker,
a national vice-president of Had-
assah and a pioneer in the field
of housing in the United States,
who died of a heart attack Sat-
urday at the age of 72. She had
been an associate editor for 20
years of. the old Survey and
Survey Graphic.
Born in Galveston, Tex., Miss
Lasker was a founder and for
several" years chairman of the
Citizens Housing and Planning
Council of New York. She
joined Hadassah in 1949 and
established the organization's
first committee on wills and
bequests that year.
Miss Lasker w. a sister
the late Al asker e-
cut'
, and
0
sensohn,
president of

served , on
the Nati
1
ona
onference, of which
as a founder, and the
eague for Industrial Democ-
racy and the National Housing
Foundation.

ar

BARNET VICTOR, 18627 Mar-
lowe, died Jan. 29. He leaves a
son, Robert; a sister, Mrs. Sarah
Davis; and two grandchildren.
* *
MARY SCHILLER, 11501 Pe-
toskey, died Jan. 27. Survived
by a son, Harry of Dayton, O.;
a daughter, Mrs. Morris Sand-
ler; two brothers, two sisters.
five grandchildren and five
great grandchildren.
*
HARRY ABRAMOVITZ, 3835
Duane Ave., died Jan. 29. He
leaves his wife, Riva;" four sons,
Simon of Lynhurst N.J., Oscar
of Flushing, Mich., Cecil of Stock-
ton, Calif., and Jack; five daugh-
ters, Mollye and Mrs. Irving
Genfan of New York, Mrs. Ed-
ward Judson of Ann Arbor and
Mrs. Joseph Feldman; two sis-
ters, 16 grandchildren and three
great-grandchildren.
* * a
STELLA Ver LINDEN, 19341
Snowden, died Jan. 28. She
leaves three sisters, Mrs. Eu-
gene Terenyi, Mrs. Morris
Greenstein of Cleveland and
Mrs. Carl H. Jaeger, also of
Cleveland; two nieces and one
nephew.
a.
* •
RICHARD HARTLIEB, 19.919
Negaunee, died Jan. 29. He
leaves his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Hartlieb; two brothers,
Ronald and Donald; and his
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben-
no Hartlieb and Mr. and Mrs.
Sam Shanken.
-a a
M A X . ROSENBERG, 17160
Meyers, died Jan. 30. He leaves
his wife, Rae; a son, Seymour of
Muskegon; a daughter, Mrs.
Harry (H ortens e) Berman;
three brothers, one sister and six
grandchildren.
* * a
REBECCA AKT, 24660 Kip=
ling, Oak Park, died Jan. 3G.
Survived by a daughter, - Mrs.
Meyer Warshawsky; two sisters,
three grandchildren and three
great grandchildren.
* * *
RHEA KESSLER, died Jan.
25. She leaves her mother, Mrs.
Helen sister, Mrs.
0 omon,
of Holly-
d, Fla.
* * *
HARRY BRAND
Pe-

DR. MEYER L. AXELROD,
24251 Majestic, died Jan. 31. He
leaves his wife, Marie; three sons,
Dr. Arnold, Dr. Robert G. and
Dr. Stanley H.; and seven grand-
children.
a a a
ISRAEL ALLAN GOLD-
STEIN, St. Clair, Mich., died
Jan. 25. He leaves two uncles,
Charles and Alex Barnett.
* a a
NATHAN LACS, 18264 Indi-
ana, died Jan. 26. He leaves a
daughter, Mrs. Lester Rynek; a
brother, Marx Lax; a sister,
Mrs. Rose Stein, and one grand-
child.
a a a
ANNIE ZEMON, 13641 Dex-
ter, died Jan. 29. She leaves two
sons, Sidney of Miami and Har-
old; "A daughter, Mrs. Mike Cro-
novich; two brothers, one sister
and ,eight grandchildren.
a a *
GEORGE PODCAMMENI,
17153 Northlawn, died Jan. 28.
Survived by two sisters in Is-
rael.
a a *
MORRIS JOSEPH, 18301
Manor, died Jan. 27. Survived
by his wife Gertrude, a son,
Lawrence; a daughter, Esther;
and three sisters.-

Mortimer M. Caplin, 44, has New York
been named by President Ken-
nedy to - be commissioner of of Rabbi
Internal Revenue. Caplin is a Halpern Presi
former law professor at the
Rabbi Harry Hal n of the
University of Virginia in East Midwood Jewish Center in
Writer Dead
Charlottesville.
Brooklyn, N. Y., has been elected
WASHINGTON,
(JTA)-
president of the New- York Board
Dorothy Thompson, well-known
of
Rabbis
for
1961.
Anti-Semite Sentenced The election took place at the journalist who was known for
CARD OF THANKS
STOCKHOLM, (JTA) — The 80th annual meeting of the or- many years as liberal and pro-
Jewish, but turned anti-Zionist
The family of the late Ethel
notorious Jew-baiter, Einar g a nizati on
in recent years, died Monday
Levine acknowledges with grate-
Aberg, was sentenced to three- held recently
night in Lisbon, Portugal. She
ful appreciation the many kind
months' imprisonment for anti- at its New
was 66.
expressions of sympathy extended
Semitic statements in five leaf- York h e a d-
Miss Thompson was the head
by relatives and friends during
lets he distributed.
quarters. ,
of the anti-Zionist organization
the family's recent bereavement.
Discussi o n s
known as Friends of the Middle
at the meeting
Jewish Appointee .,
East. During the -Hitler era, she
SAN SALVADOR — Dr. Or- included
wrote dispatches from Germany
topics
on
lando de Sola was named Minister
exposing the anti-Semitic poli-
of • Health and Welfare of the M o roccan:
cies and practices of the Nazi
Republic of El Salvador—the first Jewry, Israel's
regime_
appointment of a Jew to a Cab- 13th anniver-
During the coming
s
a
r
y,
Fair
Halpern,
inet post in any of the Central
week Yeshiva Beth
Housing Practices Bill, religious
American republics.
Yehuda will observe
practices in the public schools,
the Yahrzeit of the
moratorium on the death pen-
following deported
New Judaism Convert? a.
friends, with the
alty and other local, national
According to Herb Lyon, in. and international problems.
traditional M e mo -
rial Prayers, recita-
his column, "Tower Ticker," M.
tion of Kaddish and
the • Chicago Tribune, "Thrush
(Unveiling
announcements
may
be
studying of Mish-
- inserted by mailing or by calling
Keely Smith will startle her show Jewish Congress
nayes.
The Jewish News office, VE .8-9364.
biz pals shortly, by following Liz President Rapped
Written announcements must be ac-
TaylOr, Marilyn Monroe, and Mae
Hebrew Civil
companied by the name and address
Shevat - Feb.
of the person making the insertion.
for View of Zionism
Britt in embracing , Judaism."
Benjamin Miller
22
There is a standing charge of $3.00
Samu
JERUSALEM, (JTA) — Two for an unveiling notice, measuring
an inch in depth.)
Elson
CARD OF THANKS
prominent Zionist leaders here—
aham Bolker
*
* *
The family of the late Goldie Dr. Israel Goldstein, a member of
The family of the late JE
anny Anna Smith
Ruskin acknowledges with gr,ate- the Jewish Agency executive, and MANDELBAUM announces e
Nettie K rtowitz
Schech r
ful appreciation the many Yaacov Tsur, president of the unveiling of a monument er
Chana che
kind expressions of sympathy Jewish National Fund—challeng- memory at 1:30 p.m. i nday,
Appl aum
rt,
extended by relatives and ed Dr. Joachim Prinz,. president Feb. 12, at Chesed Emes a
bevor Goldf
en
friends, .during the family's re- of the American Jewish Congress, Cemetery. Rabbi M.
Pearl otten
thenbe
on
his
call
for
the
dissolution
of
cent bereavement.
and Rabbi J. Haber
will o
orris Bernstein
the World Zionist Organization. ficiate. Relatives an riends are
chel Dann
Mi
In a letter to Dr. Prinz, made asked to attend.
11
Jennie Zack
25
11
public here, Dr. Goldstein stated:
Henry Goodman
25
11
The Family of the Late
'H. J. Diamond
"For the President of an Ameri-
25
11
Joseph Benjamin
25
11
can
Jewish
organization,
which
HYMAN
Sina Schulist
25
11
has been pro-Zionist all these
NATINSKY
Jennie
Shore
'
26
12
years and which is a part of the
Golde Cooper
26
12
In loving memory of our
Acknowledges with
World Jewish Congress, whose dearly beloved brother,
Ha rry Cohen
26
12
Abra-
grateful appreciation
Theodore Lipman 26
12
president (Dr. Nahum Goldmann) ham Feldstein,
Selma (Sadie) Levine 26
12
who passed
the many kind expres-
is president of the World Zionist away Feb. 14,,1955 (22 days in
sions of sympathy ex-
Hyman
_Altman
27
13
Organization, to cut the ground Shevat). Sadly missed and al-
Pearl Patent
27
13
tended by relatives and
out from under the Zionist organ- ways remembered by his broth-
friends during the
Manual Urbach & Son
ization, is indeed a strange state ers, Manuel and
Yeshiva
Beth
Yehuda
family's recent. be-
Henry; and
7729 TWELFTH ST.
of affairs." Dr. Goldstein is him- sister, Leah.
12305 Dexter
reavement.
self a former president of the
TY 6-7192
* *
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American Jewish,. Congress. Tsur
In
of Wil-
criticized Dr. Prinz in a public
rge Caplan, w
left us
address.
. 6, 1941: There is so thing
(Issue with Dr. Prinz was a
that death cannot ver, dear
MONUMENTS
taken by Louis Segal, Amer
The Family of the Late
brother, love and emor last
FOR ALL JEWISH CEMETERIES BY
Labor Zionist leader—and
foreve
SARAH
ays
ber of the Jewish Agency
,16110 I
remfi
and
MOSCOWITZ
tive, at a meeting of t
Mrs.
Acknowledges with
tive committee of the
pe a • le & Responsible Since 1873"
amilies.
grateful appreciation
Labor Zionist Order,
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the many kind expres-
Segal is secretary-gene
sions of sympathy ex-
Labor Zionist Organiza
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tended by relatives and
America adopted a resolution
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friends during the fam-
manding that the American Jew-
Best Quality Granites
ily's recent bereave-
ish Congress disassociate itself
Personalized Designs
SAMUEL GORLICK
Priced Reasonable
ment.
from the views on the Zionist
Manager
2744 W. Davison tor. Lawton
movement expressed by Dr. Prinz,
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