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February 02, 1962 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1962-02-02

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(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
According to the sources de- sections of cities in which the
NELLIE GREENBERG, 2000 Grand Ave., died Jan. 27. Sur-
to The Jewish News)
scribed
as reliable, the .FLN Europeans have a majority
PARIS — Negotiators for the
Leslie, died Jan. 29. Survived vived by wife, Bessie; a son,
has given France assurance would be granted some form
by two sons, Sam Greene and Maurice; a daughter, Mrs. Law- Algerian independence organiza- that the Jewish community of autonomous administration
William Greene; a daughter, rence Pernick; two sisters and tion, the FLN, have given final would enjoy the same guaran- and a representative municipal
approval to a-French proposal
Mrs. Irving (Lillian) Collens; three grandchildren.
tees and privileges_ as other government.
* * *
that Algeria's 100,000 Jews are
and four grandchildren.
Europeans choosing to remain
* * *
During the talks last summer
MARY WEISS, 11501 Petos- to be considered Europeans in in an independent Algeria.
in Evian and Lugrin, the FLN
BLUMA MALCOW, 16795 key, died Jan. 25. Survived by an independent Algeria, accord-
These guarantees would pro- insisted on claiming Algeria's
Woodingham, died Jan. 25. She two sons, Albert of Toledo, ing to unofficial but reliable
leaves a daughter, Mrs. Dorothy Ohio and Sandor A. of Los information learned here Wed- tect the lives, property and' Jews as "native Algerians,"
religions and cultural institu- which would have deprived them
G. Turkel; and four grandchil- Angeles, Cal.; and two grand- nesday.
tqions of the 1,000,000 Europeans of any French protection.
The
secret
French
FLN
talks,
dren.
children.
* * *
which have been underway for residing in the French colony.
* * *
Under the reported new
The same reports indicated agreement between France and
MILTON WHIT E, 19937
HARRY 'LIBERMAN, 3003- the past four months, have
that the Algerian cities and the FLN, Europeans in Algeria
Lumpkin, died Jan. 26. He Joy, died Jan. 24. Survived by stumbled on this point.
leaves his wife, Marion; a daugh- wife, Rose of Patterson, N.J., a
would be free to choose Algerian
ter, Virginia; a brother, two son, Dr. Irving Liberman of
nationality if they wanted to.
sisters and two grandchildren. Amsterdam, Holland; a daugh-
* * *
ter, Mrs. Adele Geller of Pat-
JEROME B. BERNSTEIN, terson, N.J.
2711 Ewald Circle, died Jan. -25.
*
*
*
He leaves his wife, Faith; a
ELIZABETH ELF STROM
(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
daughter, Dana Rose; his par- ROTH, 19325 Hartwell, died
In loving memory of our
on his way home in Algiers.
to The Jewish News)
ents, Mr. .and Mrs. David Bern- Jan. 31. Survived by a son, Dr.
ALGIERS — Three Algerian The other two, Sauveur Belicha dear mother, Ann LaBret, who
stein; a brother and a sister.
Gilbert J.; two sisters, Mrs. Jews were killed and six others and his son, were wounded passed away Feb. 8, 1949. "Al- -
* * *
when a grenade was hurled into ways in our hearts." Sadly
Sue Michelis and Mrs. Mar-
LENA WECHSLER, of Mal- garet Uvino; and two grand- seriously wounded last week by their jewelry shop. In other at- missed by children Ida Gottes-
terrorists in the mounting strife
vern, N. Y., died in Ann Arbor children.
man, Dorothy Wuntner, Ben
between friends and foes of Al- tacks, Sufan Sitruk, was wound-
Jan. 27. She leaves two sons,
ed in Algiers and Simon Khal- LaBret and Clara Levinson.•
* * *
gerian
independence,
officials
5 * *
Philip and Joseph; a daughter,
ifs in Constantine.
SARAH SOBEL, 18300 Bir- reported Tuesday.
Mrs. Joseph Allen of Malvern,
In cherished memory of our
Edmond Firatt was shot and
wood,
leaves
two
sons,
Dr.
Jean
Claude
Chicaha,
19,
of
N. Y.; two brothers, a sister and
killed in Constantine and on the beloved brother, William
tour grandchildren. Interment, Robert and Leo; a sister, Mrs. Orleansville, was killed when a same day Messaud Nathan - was George Chaplan, who left us
Robert Reiss; a brother, I. Losh; grenade exploded in the center
Farmingdale, N. Y.
and eight grandchildren.
of that city. Three Jews were knifed by an Arab in Oran. The Feb. 6, 1941.
* * *
Some may think the wound
seriously
wounded in attacks in third Jew to be killed was Fran-
SARAH ZUSSMAN, 11501
Has healed,
cois Medina who was slain in
Algiers.
Petoskey died Jan. 27. She leaves Samuel Marwil, 87; Was
But little do they know
Oran.
-
Maklouf
Abisror,
43,
was
shot
a son, Abe Yoff; a daughter, Neckwear Manufacturer
The sorrow
Mrs. Mosee Rudy; a sister and
Samuel Marwil, native Detroit-
That within our hearts
four grandchildren.
er, a member of one of Detroit's
Is concealed.
* * *
most prominent families, • died
We miss you, dear William.
TILLIE RUBNER died Jan. Jan. 24 in Los Angeles at the
Sadly missed by sister, Mrs.
27 in Los Angeles. She is sur- age of 87.
Ann Feldman and family and
vived by three daughters, Mrs.
Funeral services were held
UNITED NATIONS, N.Y. month, after he submitted a re- brother, Dr. B. B. Caplan and
Helen Newman, Mrs. Ruth Lit- Monday at the Kaufman Chapel.
family.
(JTA) — The Palestine Concilia- port on his 'mission.
win and Mrs. Jessie Herships;
The deceased was a member tion Commission, which was or-
It is considered unlikely that
four grandchildren and eight of Free Sons of Israel Montefiore
dered in a resolution adopted by the Commission would - now re-
great-grandchildren.
Lodge and was active in congre- the General Assembly last month appoint Johnson—or that- he
* • *
gational and other affairs. He to "intensify" its efforts toward would accept the job again if it
SARAH SWARINSKY, 18661 was a neckwear manufacturer.
possible solution of the Arab were offered to him. However,
Hartwell, died Jan. - 26. Sur-
Surviving
him
are
his
son,
refugee
problem, is considering, it is known that the Commission
vived by husband, Max; son,
During the coming
Phillip Swarin; three daugh- Melvin, of Skokie, Ill.; brother, the appointment of another spe- is now seeking a prominent per-
Robert R., and two granddaugh- cial emissary to deal • on the sonality—who may not, neces-
week Yeshiva Beth
ters, Mrs. Sam Lederman, Mrs.
issue with the Arab governments sarily, be an American—to con-
Yehuda will observe
Ben Labensky and Miriam ters.
e the work.
the Yahrzeit of the
and with Israel.
Swarin; three brothers, a sister
AUTHOR LUCY LANG DIES
following deported
were
The Commission's
and nine grandchildren.
friend s, with the
Sidney A. Deitch
* • *
LOS ANGELES, (JTA)—Lucy discussed at _a c
ence be-
traditional M e mo -
of Tujke ,
ROIT MONUMENT
BEN ZELONKA, 4237 W. Lang, American Jewish author tween Sadi El
rial Prayers, recita-
long active in the labor move- chairman of
WORKS
tion of Kaddish and
ment, died here Jan. 25 after a Thant, the ac
studying of Mish-
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NEW YORK, (JTA) — Fu- novels which attracted wide at- members of th • , the
States,
,
others
being
the
United
3
29
neral services were held here tention in this country. She is
Monday for Rabbi Isadore survived by her husband, Harry represented by Ambassador Fran-
3
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29
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29
Goodman, spiritual leader of Lang, a member of the editorial cis T. P. Plimton, and France,
ONUMENTS IN THE
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29
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represented
by
Louis
Cong. Baron Hirsch, - Memphis, staff of the Jewish Daily For-
a Kaila Bas
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was Thant's first m a g, since
29
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Tenn., prominent leader of the
SAMUEL
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sther Kia
ward.
he
assumed
his
p
American orthodox Jewish-com-
GORLICK
ON
UN body dealing
Dora Sei
(Owners)
munity, who died' Saturday in
Sadie Auslander Dies Israel conflicts.
Fenkell at Woodingham
Memphis at the age of 65.
Telephone: 864-0785
Last August, th.
Long prominent in Jewish
Some 3,000 persons of all
Dr. Joseph E. Johns
women's
organization
circles,
Max H Is
S
faiths, who heard about Rabbi
of the Carnegie Endowm n or
5
Joseph Freedman
Goodman's death on radio and Sadie Auslander, 3329 Court- International Peace, as a special
5
ose Orkin
nie Remer
television, attended a hastily land, died Jan. 31. She was 76. envoy to the Middle. East, charg-
eingarden
Surviving are a son, Irving;
arranged memorial service last
.• •
a daughter, Mrs. Oscar (Lillian) ing him with seeking some solu-
6
2
Sara Miller
night in his synagogue.
o lem.
tions
to
the
refuge'
6
2
Ben Solomon
Spilkin;
and
six
grandchildren.
Born in Palestine, Rabbi
pired
last
Johnson's mandat:
8
4
Israel Goldin
Goodman was associated with
4
8
Jennie Feldman
the Institutional Synagogue in Fritz Kreisler Dead
Israel
9
5
Harry Smith
New York, Cong. Beth-El in In-
Fritz Kreisler, world famous
9
5
Oscar Lerchin
dianapolis and the Queens Park violinist, died Monday, in New Farm E
9
5
Yale Levin
9
5
Sam Ellias
Synagogue in Glasgow, Scot- York,' at the age of 86. Born as
9
5
Engel Moe
land, before assuming his latest a Jew, he had been converted to U.S. Fi
Manual Urbach & Son
Yeshiva Beth Yehuda
Israel
post in 1942.
NEW YO
Catholicism by Msgr. Sheen.
7729 TWELFTH ST.
will manufacture its first large
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TY 6-7192
farm equipment, both for do-
Prayerbook Compiler
WE 1-0203
Moses Ben Jacob, born near mestic and export markets, un-
The Family of the Late
Shavli in 1449, was one of the der a licensing agreement sign-
MORRIS
earliest Lithuanian rabbinic ed between the New Holland
scholars, and, due to the ab- Machine Company, a division of
TEITEL
sence of any centers of rab- the Sperry Rand Corporation,
Acknowledges with
binic learning in Lithuania, and Hamashbir Hamerkazi, Is-
MEMO
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appreciation the many
studied Jewish law as astronomy rael's largest cooperative coin-
kind expressions of
in Constantinople. After suf- mer
igned
st
the agree-
nouncement
sympathy extended by
fering extensive persecutions
Preml fn Gr ite
eosonobl
rites
by he Govern-
during the Tatar invasions in me
relatives a n d friends
10 to 5 P.M.
CLOSED S
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Au-
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of
Israel
nv
1506,
he
compiled
a
holiday
during the family's re-
rk, under
thority in New
prayerbook which was later
cent bereavement. ..
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TE 4-4062
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apted to the rites of v
veloped.
ent was
Jewish religious groups



Three Algerian Jews Slain,
Six- Wounded by Terrorists

I In Memoriam

UN Palestine Conciliation Body
Seeks New Envoy to Middle. East

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31 - THE DETROIT JEWI SH NEWS — Fri day, F ebruary 2, 1962

OBITUARIES

Algerian Independence Organization
Agrees to Regard Jews as Europeans



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