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January 26, 1962 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1962-01-26

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Javits Commends
Israel on Eichmann
Trial in Senate Speech

WASHINGTON, (JTA) —
Senator Jacob Javits of New
York, in a speech on the Sen-
ate floor, called Israel's trial of
Adolf Eichmann "one of the
most historic events of our
time" and predicted "it will be
studied for many decades as a
landmark in the efforts of man-
kind to bring about a rule of
law to replace a rule of force
as the final arbiter of our des-
tiny."
Senator Javits said the "ma-
jor significance" of the trial is
that it established the fact that
"the individual is entirely re-
sponsible for his acts with re-
spect to the laws of humanity"
and that "he cannot escape his
personal responsibility for vio-
lations of the laws of humanity
by incriminating others, by
claiming superior orders or by
pleading fear." The Republican
lawmaker commended Israel
for conducting the trial with
"justice" which, he said, is
what the "world had a right to
expect from Israel."

Auto Tire Distributor,
Louis Bielfield, Dies

A Detroit auto tire distribu-
tor for more than 50 years,
Louis Bielfield died Jan. 22 at
the age of 75.
Mr. Bielfield, 415 Burns, was
a member of Cong. Shaarey
Zedek, the Franklin Hills Coun-
try Club, the Moslem Shrine,
the Masons and a charter mem-
ber of the National Allergy
Foundation.
Surviving are his wife, Es-
ther; two sons, Jerry and Leon-
ard "Bud;" a brother, three
sisters and a grandson.

Belle Sidney, Widow
of Club Founder, Dies

Mrs. Belle Sidney, widow of
the founder of the Sidney Hill
Athletic Clubs, died Jan. 22 in
Miami, Fla., at 70.
Her husband, Sid Sidney,
died last October.
Mrs. Sidney, 19450 Cran-
brook, is survived by two sis-
ters, Mrs. David Stone and Mrs.
Jack M. Wolf, both of Cleve-
land; and a brother, Milton M.
Mittenthal of Los Angeles.

Bella Garfinkel Dies

Mrs. Bella Garfinkel, 19595
Argyle Crescent, died Jan. 23.
She was 83.
Mrs. Garfinkel was a member
of the League of Sabbath Ob-
servers, the Mizrachi Women
and the United Hebrew Schools.
Surviving are two sons, David
'Garfield of Toronto, Ont., and
Ben Garfield; a daughter, Mrs.
Samson S. Wittenberg; a
brother, a sister and five grand-
children.

Poet Stodolsky Dies

NEW YORK, (JTA) — Jacob
Stodolsky, Yiddish poet, essayist
and editor, died Saturday at the
age of 75. A member of the
introspectivist group of Yiddish
poets, Stodolsky was also editor
of the quarterly, "Our Horizons."

The Family of the Late

SADIE
GREENSPAN

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

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OBITUARIES

ROSE FREIDENBERG, 825
Whitmore, died Jan. 21. She
leaves a son, Pingree; two
daughters, Sadie and Mrs. Es-
telle Solomon; and three sisters.
* * *
YETTA BRAZNER, 3378 Rich-
ton, died Jan. 19. Survived by
husband, Samuel; a son, Leon;
a brother and two sisters.
* * *
HARRY HIRT, 18975 Cherry-
lawn, died Jan. 19. Survived by
wife, Ruth; a son, David; a
daughter, Donna; mother, Mrs.
Ida Hirt; a brother and a sister.
• * *
HARRY -SCHNEIDER, 3287
Waverly, died Jan. 19. Survived
by a sister, Mrs. Minnie
Schneider.
* * *
MORRIS FAITLER, 3252
Monterey, died Jan. 22. Sur-
vived by two sons, Sam and
Irving; a daughter, Mrs. Walter
(Sylvia) Wright of Dearborn;
and 10 grandchildren.
*
*
LOUIS WALLACH, 3359 Cort-
land, died Jan. 21. Survived by a
brother, David of Brooklyn, N.Y.;
and a sister, Mrs. Sam Sherman.
* * *
REBE CA ULNICH
DEUTSCH, 5125 , Roycourt,
Huntington Woods, leaves a
son, Samuel two daughters,
Mrs. Maurice (Fay) Bortman
and Mrs. Bea Rubin; eight
grandchildren and a • great
grandchild.
* * *
ABRAHAM STOLLER leaves
leaves three sons, Morris, Louis
and Sidney; two daughters, Mrs.
Edward Lewis and Mrs. Robert
Ostrow; a brother, Joseph; and
two sisters, Mrs. Tillie Surgar-
man and Mrs. Edna Tessler.
* * *
ISADORE WILLIAMS, 17222
Stoepel, leaves a brother, Jos-
eph; and three sisters, Eva Wil-
liams, Mrs. Florence Thorn-
borough and Mrs. Sam (Birdie)
Talberg.

In Memoriam

In loving memory of our
dearly beloved brother, Abra-
ham Feldstein, who passed
away Feb. 14, 1955 (22 days in
Shvat). Sadly missed and al-
ways remembered by his
brothers, Manuel and Henry;
and sister, Lea.
* * *
In memory of the late Rose
Hershman, who passed a w a
Feb. 9, 1956 (27 days in Sh
vat). Sadly missed and alw
remembered by daughter, S
ley Altman, and son, Irving
Hershman.
* *
In cherished memory of the
late Nathan Gray, who passed
away Jan. 31, 1959. Sadly missed
and always remembered by wife,
Yetta; son, Joshua N.; and daugh-
ter, Harriett.

KORETZ, a former
Detroiter, died Jan. 18 in Los
Angeles, Calif. Survived by a
daughter, Rebecca of San •ran-
cisco; eight sons, Sidney of
Washington, D.C., David of San
Francisco, Dr. Harold of Avoca,
N.Y., Jack of Detroit, Louis and
Joseph of Livonia, Morris of
Los Angeles, Sheldon of New
York; and 11 grandchildren.
* * *
FLORA GOLDSTEIN, 3385
Richton, died Jan. 23. Survived
by two sons, Dr. Allan of Win-
nipeg, Manitoba, and Maxwell;
a daughter, Mrs. Gertrude Pins-
ky of Los Angeles; and 1 i.
grandchildren.

MENDEL

*

LOU ISBN'
N died Jan. 23
in Bosto • Survived by two
sons, L of Oak Park and Sam
of Bo
; two d
ter
Rose exler of Phil
and
Mrs. sther Napol:
of os-
ton,
d five gran
il

* * *

SIG ND A
Elmhurs
vived by two
LaEay of Lo
and Ernest
•e;
Mrs. Euge
Szoc
*
CELIA
FER, 3037 Mon-
terey, die Jan. 22. Surv•
by husband, ns,
Jack and Sidney; two daughters,
Mrs. Don (Linda) Ritten of Van
Nuys, Calif., and Mrs. David
(Florence) Goldberg; and seven
grandchildren.
* * *
JACOB CLIMSTEIN,
Santa Rosa, died J
. He
leaves two son
arles and
Joseph; two
ughters, Mrs.
Louis Zum g and Mrs. Sam
Meltzer; .t
brother d • e
grandchi en.
* *
LILY ALER,
died Ja 17. Sh
sons, Jo h, M
Saul; a ughte
MeltZer;
14 great-gr
*
ANNA BROWN, 19161 Whit-
comb, died Jan. 21. Survived by
husband, Morris; two sons, Irving
B. of Los Angeles and Ben; two
daughters, Mrs. Herman (Sylvia
Delidow and Mrs. S
Feldman; n i
an
ildren
and four a
gran ildren.
* *
R
OND S. TISDALE,
1
Sorrento, died Ja
19.
leave
ons,
ter, Joanne-
sisters an
* * *
ABRAHAM WARS
18003 Kentucky, die
. '20.
He leaves thre
s, Louis,
ore; a brother,
three grandchildren and three
great-grandchildren.
* * *
SAM FAIGIN, 4039 Clements,
died Jan. 20. Survived by wife,
Mary; two sons, Joseph and
Henry; a daughter, Mrs. Joseph
(Elsie) Katz; a brother and nine
grandchildren.

CARD OF THANKS
Mrs. Leo (Dorothy) Borden,
sister of the late Betty Spector,
acknowledges with grateful ap-
MORAY, 260
preciation the many kind ex-
, Huntingto , died
pressions of sympathy extend
an. 20. She leaves a - son, Ber-
by relatives and friends d
nard; a daug er, Mrs. Harold
the family's recent bereav
Robinson; a b th .ters
and four gr dchildr
CARD OF THAN
* *
The family of the
SAM BE NST
Lazowsky acknowled
Ilene, died an. 1 survived b
grateful appreciation t
wife, Rose, wo daughters, Mrs.
kind expressions of s
Esther Smith of Los Angeles and
extended by r e l a t i v
Mrs. Ben (Bella) Coo. • •
friends during the fa
randchildre
great
recent bereavement.

DIRECTORS OF FUNER

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CHARLES BENAIIVI of Chi-
cago died Jan. 15. Survived by
wife, Reina; three sons, Albert,
Isaac and Leo; three daughters,
Esther Landsberg, Mae Benar-
roch and Rochell Posner; a sister,
Thelma Posner; and 12 grand-
children.
* * *
MENDEL KORETZ, formerly
of Detroit, died in Los Angeles.
Survived by seven sons, Louis
and Joseph, both of Livonia;
Jack of Detroit, Dr. Harold of
Avoca, N.Y.; Sidney of Wash-
ington, D.C.; Morris of Los
A a
and David of San Fran-
ughter, Rebecca of San
and 11 grandchildren.

LOUIS OSTROY, 4275 Mon-
terery, died Jan. 20. Survived by
two daughters, Rose Ostroy of
Los Angeles and Pauline Ostroy.
* * *
FREDA TAXE, 21941 Kip-
ling, Oak Park, died Jan. 21.
She leaves her husband, George;
a son, Howard; two daughters,
Eileen and Debra; her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Russek; a
brother and a sister.

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