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January 12, 1962 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1962-01-12

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OBITUARIES

JACOB
MEGDALL

BETTY SPECTOR, 2750 Elm-
hurst, died Jan. 10. Survived
by - son, Norman; a sister, Mrs.
Leo (Dorothy) Borden; and
three grandchildren.

*
MIRIAM (MARY) NYMAN,
20231 Westbrook, died Jan. 6.
She leaves her husband, Max; a
son, Erwin G.; a daughter, Mrs.
,Gerald Kurtis; a brother, two
sisters and six grandchildren.
.
*
*
MAURICE L. SCHATZ, 19768
Ardmore; died Jan. 7. He leaves
his wife, Gertrude; two sons.
Harvey C. and Frederick E.; a
daughter. Mrs. Gerald Shumer;
two brothers, two sisters and
five grandchildren.
*
*
KATHLEEN KRUSHEN died
in Los Angeles Jan. 6. She
leaves three daughters, Mrs.
Sam Weisman of Oak Park,
Mrs. Jack Cohen of - Timmons,
Ont. i -. and Mildred Krushen of
Los Angeles; also five grand-
children. Interment, Los An-
geles.
* * *
SOL JACOBS, 26330 Harper,
St. Clair Shores, died Jan. 5.
Survived by wife, Gussie; four
sons, Louis, Albert, Israel and
Harvey; 2 daughters, Mrs. David
(Pearl) Fiddler- of Hawthorne,
Calif. and Mrs. Robert (Sophie)
Bilkie of Garden City; a sister,
Mrs. George (Sarah) Fineman,
and 15 grandchildren.
*
*
PHILIP VOVA of Miami Beach
died Jan. 5. Survived by his
mother, Mrs. Sarah Vova; two
brothers, Louis and Leonard,
both of Miami Beach; four sis-
ters, Mrs. Max (Rose) Berman
of Washington, D. C., Mrs.
Charles ( A n n ) Stratton of
Laughlin Air Force Base, Del
Rio, Tex., Mrs. Ale x (Jean)
Kolegowsky and Mrs. Leon
(Freda) Kolb.
* * *
MORRIS HOPTMAN, 18296
San Juan, died Jan. - 9. Survived
by his wife, Sarah; a son, David;
a daughter, Mrs. Jack (Yetta)
Trustman of Tucson, Ariz.; a
brother, Abraham; and three
grandchildren.
* * *
LOUIS KIDECKEL, 3737 Rich-
ton, died Jan. 9. Survived by
two sons, Ben and William; three
daughters, Mrs. Morris (Faye)
Goldstein, Mrs. 'Max (Rose)
Shnay and Mrs. Martin (Shirley)
Schreiber; 11 grandchildren and
two great grandchildren.

Acknowledges with
grateful appreciation
the many kind expres-
sions of sympathy ex-
tended by relatives and
friends d u r i n g the
family's recent be-
reavement.

LIB.A LAZOWSKY, 2290 Webb,
leaves her husband, Ben; a son,
Dr. Jack Lawson; two daughters,
Mrs. Charles Heiman and Mrs.
Samuel Hyman; eight grandchil-
dren and three great grandchil-
dren..

PAULINE M. KOVACH, 263
Mt. Vernon, Grosse Pointe
Farms, leaves her husband, Dr.
Emery P.; two sons, Leslie and
Sydney; her mother, Mrs. Ida
Podoliak; a brother, Albert;
three sisters, Florence Mellen,
Mrs. Sol Yagoda and Mrs. Oscar
Genser.
* *
FANNY BOOKATZ died Jan.
5 in Cleveland. Survived by
three daughters, • Mrs. Frank
(Joyce) Rosenbaum of Detroit,
Mrs. Irving Penner and Mrs. Sol
Herman, both of Cleveland; a
son, Donald Bookatz of Cleve-
land; and nine grandchildren.

* *

JENNIE R. GREENBAUM of
Chicago died Dec. 31. She leaves
two sisters, Mrs. Esther Rich
and Mrs. Harry D. Levinson;
and two brothers, Samuel H.
and Walter S., both of Los An-
geles. Interment, Detroit.
* * *
LEO DAVIDSON, 10814 Lud-
low, Huntington Woods, died
Jan. 4. He leaves his wife, Betty;
two sons, Dr. Stuart L. and
Lawrence; a brother, a sister
and four grandchildren.
* * *
IDA SHAPIRO, died in Miami
Jan. 3. She leaves her husband.
Harry; and a brother, Robert of
Flint. Interment, Detroit.
*
MINNIE BINDER died in
Elsinor, Calif., Jan. 7. Survived
in Detroit by a son, Jack; a
daughter, Mrs. Lee (Ethel)
Atkins; and three grandchil-
dren.
* * *
RUTH HILLESON, 1254 Hol-
comb, died Jan. 7. She leaves
an aunt, Mrs. Harriet L. Gross-
man.

The Family of the Late

HARRY S.
CLAYMAN

Acknowledges w i t h
grateful appreciation
the many kind expres-
sions of sympathy ex-
tended by relatives and
friends during the fam-
ily's recent bereave-
ment.

The Family of the Late

The families of Jacob
Menuck, Mrs. Samuel
Mazell and Mrs. Ethel
Benjamin,
Children of the Late

DAVID
MENUCK

Acknowledge with
grateful appreciation
the many kind expres-
sions of sympathy ex-
tended by relatives and
friends during the fam-
ily's recent bereave-
ment.

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.)
* * *

Operator of the Commer
Cleaners, 11813 Jefferson, for
45 years, Morris Commer died
Jan. 7 at 81.
Mr. Comer, 11811 Jefferson,
was a member of the Ancient
Mystic Order of Samaritans, the
Detroit Consistory and the Odd
Fellows. Surviving are his wife,
_Rose; a daughter, Mrs. Leah
Wilson Yankey; a son, Roy J.;
a brother, Louis; a sister, Mrs.
Pearl Rosow; seven grandchil-
dren and two great grand-
children.

Sol Rosenhaus Dies

-
Founder of the Mel Construc-
tion Co., Sol N. Rosenhaus,
25043 Scotia, Huntington
Woods, died Jan. 3. He was 69.
Mr. Rosenhaus was a member
of Bnai Brith and the Builders
Association of Metropolitan De-
troit. Surviving are his wife,
Frances; a son, Mel: a daughter,
MrS. Jerome Wolff; and five
grandchildren.

Louis Stutz Dies

Louis Stutz, 3037 Monterey,
father of Albert Stutz, owner
of Union Tire Co., and brother
of George Stutz, prominent com-
munity leader, died Jan. 10.
Also surviving are his wife,
Mary; his father, Wolf; two
other sons, Harry, who is teach-
ing in Brazil; and Milton, a
former Detroit social worker
who now lives in San Francisco;
a daughter, Mrs. Isaac Grodsky;
brother, Nathan; two sisters,
Mrs. Rose Fox and Mrs. Sarah
Atkins; 13 grandchildren and a
great grandchild.

In Memoriam

In cherished memory of oui
beloved brother, Victor Passer-
man, who lost his life Jan. 16.
1945, while in the service of
his country. Sadly missed and
always remembered by brother,
Allen; and sisters, Ann and Rae.

Judge Who Presided at Nuremberg
Hails Death Sentence for Eichmann

NEW YORK, (JTA)—More
than 2,000 people, assembled at
the opening session of the 36th
annual conference of the Yivo
Institute for Jewish Research,
heard Justice Michael A. Mus-
manno, of the Pennsylvania Su-
preme Court ; hail the Eich-
mann sentence as "the most
significant advance made since
the Nuremberg trials to restore
dignity to every human being,
and to insure the sanctity of
God-given life."
Justice Mu§manno, who pre-
sided at the Nuremberg trials,
and was one of the witnesses
at the Eichmann trial in Jeru-.
salem, said: "No one with the
slightest regard for truth can
honestly say that the trial of
Adolf Eichmann in Israel was
not conducted with the utmost
fairness, dignity and compliance
with the most meticulous stand-
ards of trial procedure recog-
nized by civilized nations
throughout the world.
"Adolf Eichmann was given
every opportunity to establish
that he was innocent of . the
crimes charged against him. He
not only failed to refute these
charges, which were proved by
Himalayan mountains of evi-
dence, but, by his own testi-
mony, he revealed a criminality
a murderous intent, and ma
for blood which has no pa
lel in history."
"Eichmann has now been en-
tenced to death. And no an
extraordinary thing is ha en-
ing. There are people t
who are rallying to his defe
And some of these defende
come from the most unexpected
quarters. One of these made the
utterly absurd and ridiculously
irrelevant observation on Dec.
16 that the hanging of Eich-
mann would not bring back a
single one" of the six million
murdered Jews.
"It does
require
learning
doctor of philos
phy t
ay that nothing wil
eve
back the piteous'

slain, but if this argument were
to prevail, there would be no
punishment inthe criminal code
at all. Even punishing a mur-
derer who killed only one -per-
son cannot restore the breath
of life to his victim.
"What the opponents of the
Eichmann sentence fail to real-
ize is that the execution of
Eichmann is not reprisal in the
sense of an eye for an eye and
a tooth for a tooth. His execu-
tion would be in the nature of
a surgical operation: it would be
the removal of a cancer which
has eaten into the vitals of the
human race for centuries. No
one more completely represents
the scourge of anti-Semitism
than Adolf Eichmann."

JWV Urges Illinois,
Minnesota to Curb
Anti-Jewish Violence

The Jewish War Veterans of
the U. S. A. urged the governors
of Illinois and Minnesota to util-
ize all their "resources" to ap-
prehend "the person or persons
responsible for the despi
acts of violen
sous
edifices
vio
e
to
ish lead " in Chicag
Minneapolis.
Theodor Brooks of New York,
national r
der of th Je
ish War
urged
•pro-
priate
activ-
ities
t
t ur .

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ntx

During the coming
week Yeshiva Beth
Yehuda will observe
the Yohrzeit of the
following departed
friends, with the
traditional M e mo
rial Prayers, recita-
tion of Kaddish and
studying of Mish-
noyes.

UN Agency Reports
Drop in Deaths From
Liver Disease in Isr

GENEVA, (JTA ) —The
Health Organization, a
Nations agency, reported
Israel _ was the only co
among 16 surveyed which
a drop rather than an increase in
deaths from cirrhosis of the liver.
The report said that only
France among the countries had
not shown an increase in such
deaths. Deaths from the disease
in Israel in 1954 were 4.7 per
100,000 males and 2.6
000 females. In
el
rates were
f,e
en and .2
for wome .
irench rate re-
mained c'han d in that period.
- The ountries wer Ceylon,
Israe
Austria •
Belg'
Fra
Bri
Swi

Swa
Syna,
Buildin

Hebrew Civil
Shevat Jan.

IS;

MINNEAPOLIS, (JTA)
Synagogues and Jewish schools
in the Minneapolis area are
under guard by Jewish war vet
erans. The action followed the
discovery of swastikas on a half
dozen synagogues during the
last several days.

The family of the late Helen
Rosenberg announces the un- I MONUMENTS IN THE
veiling of a monument in her
JEWISH TRADITIO
memory 1 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 14,
at Clover Hill Park Cemetary.
Rabbi Adler will officiate. Rela-
tives and friends are asked to
attend.

Pearl Helper
Jacob Gottlieb
Nettie Friedman

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31 - THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, January 12, 1962

Operator of Cleaner's,
Morris Commer Dies

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