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May 12, 1961 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-05-12

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OBITUARIES

IDA GOODMAN, 16875 Lilac,
died May 2. She leaves her
husband, Samuel; two sons,
Harry and Milton; three daugh-
ters, Mrs. Lou Winer, Mrs.
Morris Lapin and Mrs. Fred
Krainen; one brother and 13
grandchildren.

MINNIE V A N D E R; 18687
Santa Barbara, died May 7. Sur-
vived by two sons, Sam and Dr.
Seymour A.; three daughters,
Mrs. Paul (Ann) Wauldron, Mrs.
Nathan (Rose) Levinson and
Mrs. Maurice (Ida) Gollman;
two sisters, 15 grandchildren
and 10 great grandchildren. ,

Monument
Unveilings

(Unveiling announcements may be
inserted by mailing or by calling
The Jewish News office, VE 8-9364.
Written announcements must be ac-
companied 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 Ida
Buda announces the unveiling
of a monument in her memory
2 p.m. Sunday, May 14, at Work-
men's Circle Cemetery. Rabbi
Sperka will officiate. Relatives
and friends are asked to attend.
* * *
The families of the late Na-
than Korn and Louis Berk an-
nounce the unveiling of monu-
ments in their memory 2 p.m.
Sunday, May 14, at Northwest
Hebrew Memorial Park Ceme-
tery. Rabbi Halpern will offi-
ciate. Relatives and friends are
asked to attend.
* * *
The family of the late Mor-
ritz Schmidt announces the un-
veiling of a monument in his
memory 12:30 p.m. Sunday,
May 14, at Beth Abarham Ceme-
tery. Rabbi Halpern will offi-
ciate. Relatives and friends are
asked to attend.
* * *
Allen R. Traurig, M.D., hus-
band _of the late Joan Phyllis
Traurig, announces the unveil-
ing of a monument in her mem-
ory 11 a.m: Sunday, May 14, at
Machpelah Cemetery. Rabbi
Prero will officiate. Friends and
relatives are invited to attend.

The Family of the Late

AARON
ASTON

Announces the unveil.
ing of a monument, in
h i s memory 11 a.m.
Sunday, May 14, at
Machpelah Cemetery.
Rabbi Donin and Can-
tor Adler will officiate.
Relatives a n d friends
are asked to attend.

The Family of the Late

BERTHA
ROSENBERG

Announces the unveil-
ing of a monument in
her memory 11 a.m.
Sunday, May 14, at
Chesed shel Emes
Cemetery. Rabbi Hal-
pern and Cantor Acker-
man will officiate.
Relatives and friends
are asked to attend....

ROBERT FLA -YE R, 2290
Ewald Circle, died May 3. He
leaves one son, William; three
daughters ; Gertrude, Mrs. Anna
Brainin and Mrs. Jack I. Smith
of Chicago; one brother, two
grandchildren and four great
grandchildren.
* *
JENNIE BATES, 1628 Clair-
mont, died May 4. She leaves
one son, Milton; four daughters,
Mrs. Mark Levy, Mrs. Bernard
Linderman, Mrs. Sol Sniderman
and Mrs. Sidney Linn; 13 grand-
children and seven great grand-
children.
* * *
RUTH COHEN, 20140 Lesure,
died April 30. Survived by three
daughters, Mrs. Norman (Belle),
Wauldron, Mrs.. Marcel
(Blanche) Loosvelt and Mrs.
Isadore (Theres) Elias; and six
grandchildren.

SEYMOUR KERMIT GREEN-
BAUM, 19718 Sorrento, died
May 4. He leaves his wife,
Elaine; two sons, Steven Mark
and Marvin Charles; a daughter,
Janice Lynn; his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph D. Greenbaum;
and one brother.
* *
ANNA GARELIK, 11501
Petoskey, died May 5. She
leaves two sons, Jack and Wil-
liam; four daughters, Mrs. Rose
Agree, Mrs. _Al Ross, Mrs. Abe
Ernstein and Mrs. Maurice Sills;
one brother, 19 grandchildren
and 38 great grandchildren.
• * *
SAMSON LEVITT, 8586 Hunt-
ington,- Huntington Woods, died
May 5. He leaves a son; Arthur;
two daughters, Mrs. Lawrence
Pizer and Mrs. Laura Barr; one
brother and six grandchildren.
• * *
SOPH IE SHAPIRO, 15446
Freeland, died May 6. She
leaves a son, Charles Levitt;
a daughter, Mrs. Maurice Rose;
and three grandchildren.

HYMAN STRICKSTEIN,
18973 Coyle, died May 7. He
leaves a brother, Ben; and three
sisters, Rose, . Mrs. Nathan
Nager and Mrs. Hyman Drazin.
* * *
ABRAHAM GLUC K, 3711
Webb, died May 7. He. leaves
his wife, Jennie; two brothers,
Nathan and Herman; and three
sisters, Mrs. Yetta Polovetz,
Mrs. Joseph Allen and Mrs. Eva
Dash of Bronx, N. Y.
* * *
DAVID KING, 3241 • Cam-
bridge, died May 8. He leaves
his wife, Harriett; two daugh-
ters, Jull and Cindy; his mother,
Mrs. Fanny King; and two sis-
ters, Mrs. Louis Landsberg and
Mrs. Howard Leavy.
*
*
ALEX BELINSKY, 17382
Roselawn, died May 9. H
leaves his wife, Dena; two so
Rosert and Martin; a daug
Mrs. Joseph Silberschein; ne
brother, two sisters and t ree
grandchildren.
* • *
JOSEPH A. KALISH, 10801
Santa Maria, died May 9. He
leaves his wife, Rose; two sons,
Charles J. of Los Angeles and
Robert; one daughter, Mrs. R.
J. Mendelssohn; one sister,
seven grandchildren and one
great grandchild.
• * *
DOROTHY GITT, 17195
Northlawn, died May 8. Sur-
vived by her hubsand, Samuel;
a son, Alvin; a daughter, Mrs.
R o b e.r t (Florence) Nemzin;
three sisters, three brothers and
five grandchildren. .

Ira Kaufma

DIRECTORS OF FUNERALS

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

HELEN B. SACHS, 17317 Ap-
poline, died May 3. She leaves
a brother, Maurice C. Fink; a
sister, Fannie B. Fink; and a
niece.

DON STURMAN • of Haifa, Is-
rael, died May 8. He leaves two
daughters, Mrs. Jerry Krandall
and Mrs. Daoud Dorra of De-
troit; and three grandchildren.
*
WILLIAM B. SCHWARTZ,
12015 Prairie, died May 9. Sur-
vived by his wife Sara and a
sister, Mrs. Olga Fekete.

WOLF 'WEINER, 10716 St.
Martins, died April 30. Survived
by his wife, Sonia; a son, David;
a daughter, Mrs. Thomas (Mir-
iam) Young; a sister, Mrs. Rai-
bel Sherman, and two grand-
children.

William Isenberg Dies

TEL AVIV—Martin Bormann,
Hitler's deputy who was at first
believed to have been killed in
Berlin - in 1945 but was later
reported to have escaped to
South America, was in Argentina
when Eichmann was captured
there last year, a former Argen-
tine diplomat said here Tuesday.
The diplomat, Dr. Gregorio
Topolevsky, the former Argentine
ambassador to Israel, told a news
conference that Bormann, who
was living in Argentina under
another name, fled to Brazil
when he heard about Eichmann's
capture . in May last year.
Argentine police knew that
Bormann was in the country, ac-
cording to Topolevsky. He added
that if Israel had asked for Eich-
mann's extradition through diplo-
matic channels, he would have
fled the country.
The former diplomat said that
Argentine authorities also knew
of the presence in the country of
Dr. Josef Mengele, the Ausch-
witz physician who selected vic-
tims for the gas chambers. He
said Mengele disappeared when

A former Detroiter, William
Isenberg died at 61 on May 4
in Los Angeles where he had
once served as president of the
City of Hope.
Urges African Jews
Surviving are his wife, Ida;
one son, Edward; one daughter, to Take Sides on
Lillian; two brothers, three sis-
Country's Issues
ters, including Mrs. Edith La-
JOHANNESBURG, (JTA)—Is-
zebnik of Jackson, Mich., and
Mrs. J. M. Davidson of Detroit; rael Maisels, former president of
the South African Board of Jew-
and five grandchildren.
ish Deputies, who is leaving for
Rhodesia where he has been ap-
WJCongress Hits
pointed as a judge, said here that
was the duty of any Jew in
Governments' Asylum it any
part of Africa to play his
part in the social and political
to War Criminals
life of the general community as
NEW YORK, (JTA) — The well as the Jewish com •
charge that the governments are
He emphasize
refusing to extradite war crim- tinent of Aft'
• as
orely
inals on the ground that they troubled"
d
t one
are political refugees and that could ev.
its _pr
Interpol—the international
Maise spoke
criminal police organization — receptio in his ho ..r.
a
has, in harmony with this atti- very littl athy for th
tude, refused to cooperate in who say we
tracking dawn Nazis accused of sides," he said.
crimes against humanity has
"Jewish organizations, of course.
been made at the United Na- cannot take sides and may not
tions by the World Jewish Con- throw themselves into political
gress.
affairs. That is a different thing
In a statement before a com- from saying that Jewish citizens
mittee of the Economic and So- must keep out of such affairs.
cial Council, now meeting at UN This attitude is morally inde-
headquarters, Dr. Maurice L. fensible and ethically wrong. I
Perlzweig, head of the Interna- do not exclude the Jewish cler-
tional Affairs Department of the gy. Ethics cannot be confined to
World Jewish Congress, said the walls of synagogues," he
that these obstacles had frus- added.
trated the efforts of authorities
with whom the Congress was
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the case of Adolf Eichmann.

In connection with those cases,
Bauer declared, he is . carrying
out a "most intensive search"
for Bormann and for Mengele.
According to Bauer, leading Nazis
repatriated to Germany from Rus-
sia five years
that
`c- 6- n-firmed" Bor-

ma.

death. Those reports, he
"were deliberate lies."
..tauer said th t a secret SS
escape
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Bor-
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WI REMEMBER
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During the coming
week Yeshiva Beth
Yehuda will observe
the Yahrzeit of the
following departed
friends, with the
traditional M e mo -
rial Prayers, recita-
tion of Kaddish and
studying of Mish-
nayes.

Jennie Bolker
Hyman Goldberg
Max Ernstein
Ethel Cash

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Max Glassman
Minnie Weinbaum
Max Jacob
Thelma Zieger

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Mendel Goldstone
Sarah Kaplowitz
Wolf Lakritz

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Sarah Averbuch

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Max Feur
Max Wrotslav
Leonore Katkin
Lena Levine

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he heard that West German
authorities were looking for him.
Topolevsky said that there were
several Nazi cells in Argentina
and that many of them had trans-
ferred large amounts of money
from Switzerland:
Meanwhile , in Frankfurt, it
was confirmed that the German
Government has "positive evi-
dence" that Bormann is alive
and hiding "somewhere outside
Germany," according to Dr. Fritz
Bauer, the state prosecutor.
Bauer, who is conducting a
widespread search for Nazi war
criminals, said he has "virtually
certain proof" that Bormann is
alive. The prosecutor is trying
to trace a number of Nazi war
criminals, some of them related
through their past activities to

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October 1940 to Septem-
ber 1964
2 — Every Jewish holiday to
1970

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31 -- THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, May 12, 19 61

Argentine Ex-Diplomat, German
Official Positive Bormann Is Alive

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