100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

The University of Michigan Library provides access to these materials for educational and research purposes. These materials may be under copyright. If you decide to use any of these materials, you are responsible for making your own legal assessment and securing any necessary permission. If you have questions about the collection, please contact the Bentley Historical Library at bentley.ref@umich.edu

February 09, 1962 - Image 31

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1962-02-09

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

Eichmann Files Defense Based on
‘AbduCtion,' Israel's Jurisdiction ,1

OBITUARIES

J E R U S ALE M, (JTA) — sel, reportedly. challenges Is- I I
Adolph Eichmann's appeal from rael's jurisdiction over the case.
Servatius contends that the
the conviction and death sen-
SYLVIA TINK, 23171 Park-
tence by the Jerusalem District fact that Eichmann had been lawn, Oak Park, died Feb. 10.
Court was in the hands of "abducted" in Argentina pre- Survived by husband, Harold;
Israel's Supreme Court Sunday. cludes Israel's jurisdiction as two sons, Myron and Sanford;
The appeal, sent - here to being contrary to international a daughter, Cheryl Beth; two
Chief Justice Yitzhak Olshin by law. The attorney must still brothers and two sisters.
Dr. Robert Servatius of Co-1 file a detailed brief, within the
* * *
logne, Eichmann's chief of coun- next 10 days.
MYER
ROSENBERG,
431 W.
Meanwhile; the Chief Justice
is expected to announce within Bancroft, Toledo, Ohio, died
Dr. Joseph Stulberg,
the next few days the composi- Feb. 1. Survived by wife, Ros-
Clawson Dentist, Dies tion of the appeal tribunal, as lyn; a son, Allan Cole; a daugh-
Dr. Joseph M. Stulberg, who I well as the date for the hearing ter, Mrs. Marilyn Kutnick; a
practiced dentistry in Clawson, on the appeal. The appeal tri- brother, Isadore, and a sister,
bunal must consist of either Mrs. Carl (Ida) Vitale.
died Jan. 3f at the age of 42.
* * *
Dr. Stulberg, 19474 Robson, five or seven members of the
was a graduate of the University Supreme Court.
MORRIS BERNBAUM, 11501
of Detroit School of Dentistry
Petoskey, died Feb. 2. Sur-
and a member of Cong. Beth Free Nazi Accused
vived by a son, Max of Monroe;
Aaron, Alpha Omega dental fra- of Helping Eichmann
a sister, and a grandchild.
ternity and other professional Murder Budapest Boy
organizations. Surviving are his
(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)
wife, Lenore; two sons, Gerald
VIENNA—Alfred Josef Sla-
and Allan; a daughter, Beverly;
his mother, Mrs. Pearl Stulberg; wik, a former aide of Adolf
a brother, Dr. Samuel; and two Eichmann when the latter was
In cherished memory of Reu-
sisters, Mrs. Herbert (Gertrude) in Budapest to direct the de ben W. Klein, beloved husband
portation
of
Hungarian
Jewry
to
Rosen and Mrs. Sam (Sophie)
and father, who passed away on
Nazi death camps, was freed Feb. 12, 1960.
Lezell.
Wednesday by the Vienna Pro-
Often a lonely heartache,
vincial Court after dismissing
many a silent tear
charges that he helped Eich-
But always a beautiful mem-
RADOMER AID and
mann murder a Jewish boy in
ory of a husband and father
LADIES SOCIETY
Budapest during the Second
we loved so dear.
World War.
Mourn the Loss of
Sadly missed by his wife,
Their Members
Slawik was arrested last June Rose; son, Stanley; and daugh-
ABRAHAM WOLOK
after he was implicated in the ter, Marilyn.
and
crime during the course of the
* * *
CELIA LAFAR
Eichmann trial in Jerusalem.
In
cherished
memory of our
Our heartfelt sympa-
Eichmann, who was sentenced
Bernice Lebowitz Good-
thies go to their fami-
to death for the murder of mil- beloved
who left us Feb. 23, 1961
lies. May they be con-
lions of Jews, was acquitted by man,
(seven days in Adar).
soled in their hour of
the
Jerusalem
court
on
the
sorrow.
Some may think the wound
charge of murdering the boy.
Has healed,
But little do they know
Abraham Wolok Dies;
The sorrow
That within our hearts
Was 107-Years-Old
Is concealed.
The 107-year-old patriarch of
The Family of the Late
Sadly missed and always re-
a prominent Detroit family,
BROCHE
Abraham Wolok, 19179 Griggs, membered by her children, par-
ents and brothers.
died Feb. 3.
TEREBELO
* * *
A
retired
scrap
dealer,
he
was

Acknowledges with
In cherished memory of our
a
resident
of
Detroit
for
50
grateful , appreciation
years. Surviving are seven sons, beloved mother, Fannie Leven-
the many kind expres-
Sam, Charles,. Nathan, Louis, ten, who left us on Feb. 13, 1954
sions of sympathy ex-
Henry, Leon Wolock and Sol Z. (11 days in Adar).
tended by relatives and
Wolack; three daughters, Mrs.
To live in the hearts of those
friends during the fam-
Sol (Bessie) Edelman, Mrs.
who love you is not to die.
ily's recent bereave-
Morris (Esther) Friedman of
Sadly missed and always re-
ment.
Miami and Mrs. Louis (Tillie) membered by Dr. and Mrs. J
Rose; 27 grandchildren and 40 Seltzer and sister, Mrs. Ros
great grandchildren.
Baltimore.

.

In Memoriam

SAMUEL WEINBERG, of

Miami Beach, died Jan. 29. He
leaves a son, Max Wayburn; a
daughter, Mrs. J. P. Kessel of
Saginaw; five grandchildren
and two great grandchildren.
Interment, Detroit.
* * *
EDWARD BINEN, 20501 Hub-
bell, died Feb. 5 in Culver City,
Calif. Survived by wife, Mar-
garet; a son, Marvin Sheplow;
a daughter, Mrs. Shirley Mos-
cow; 'two brothers, Al and
Philip; three sisters, Mrs. Celia
Light and Mrs. Sadie Jacobs,
all of California, and Mrs. Lil-
lian Gold of Cleveland; and five
grandchildren. Interment, Cali-
fornia.
* * *
JOSEPH BIEDERMAN, 24361
Coolidge, Oak Park, died Feb.
5. Survived by wife, Sarah;
three sons, David W., Alvin
and Ben; a daughter, Mrs. Jack
(Hilda) Cohn and nine grand-
children.
* * *
' WILLIAM MEYER ELBIN-
GER, 18070 Steel, died Feb. 5.
Survived by wife, Mollie; two
sons, Irving of Brooklyn, N.Y.,
and Herman; a daughter, Mrs.
Daniel (Phyllis) Hirschberg; a
sister and seven grandchildren.
* * *
SAMUEL S. GREEN died Jan.
22 in Cleveland. He is survived
by wife, Anna S.; two sons, Al-
bert A. of Detroit and Leonard
S. of New York; two daughters,
Cecelia T. Green of Cleveland
and Mrs. Lillian J. Isaacs of
Glencoe, Ill.; six grandchildren
and two great-grandchildren.
* * *
SAMUEL ALBERT died Feb.
1. No survivors.
* * *
ANNA NATHANSON, 13725
Dexter, leaves two sons, Irwin
and Leonard; a daughter, Mrs.
Harry Ross; and six grand-
children.

'

cot. Lawton

DI 1-1175

The Family of the Late

RAY S. TISDALE

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

Mrs. Molly Silverman,
Mrs. Charles Ruben-
stein, Mrs. Milton Mel-
lin, Mrs. Saul Ablecop,
Mrs. Sanford Silver-
man, Mrs. Melvin Mar-
kowitz and Mrs. Her-
man Ross,
Family of the _Late

LOUIS •
SILVERMAN

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.

Anti-Jewish Bias in Clubs Highest
in Midwest, ADL Official Reports

MINNEAPOLIS, (JTA) — A
regional Anti-Defamation League
official reported this week that
bias against Jews by private
clubs in the midwest is signifi-
cantly higher than in other re-
gions of the United States, as
well as in comparison with the
situation nationally.
Dr. Harold B. Barrie, chair-
man of the Minnesota-Dakota re-
gional advisory board of the
ADL, said the regional office
had collected information on 17
country clubs and eight city clubs
as part of the ADL national sur-
vey of 1,152 such clubs. Total
membership of such clubs in the
Minnesota-Dakota area exceeded
20,000 of the more than 700,000
members of the clubs surveyed

nationally.
He reported that 76 per cent
of the clubs in the midwest area
practiced religious discrimination
in admission of members, com-
pared with 67 per cent nationally.
"The higher percentage of re-
ligious discrimination in a stat
noted for its progressive attitu
toward civil rights legislatio is
particularly disturbing an re-
quires further study," h de-
Glared.
Barrie noted that 90 p cent
of the discriminatory cl
na-
tionally maintained the r
- c-
tions on an "unofficial basis.
That is, he said, there was
nothing restrictive in their con-
stitutions or by-laws.
As on the national level, most
of the private clubs in the re-
gion practiced total exclusion of
Plaque Marks House
Jews as members a le seven
of Zweig in Vienna
permitted "to ship
VIENNA, • (JTA) — A plaque from other
s.
was unveiled on the house where
the late Jewish author, Stefan
MENTS IN THE
Zweig, , lived priOr to the Nazi
occupation of Vienni,
ISH TRADITION
The plaque was unveiled by
9
the vice burgomaster of Vienna
in the presence of friends and
admirers of Zweig, who com-
niitted suicide in exile in Brazil.

Ira Kaufman Chape

DIRECTORS OF FUNERALS

18325 W. 9 MILE RD. IN SOUT

300 ft. West of Northwestern

LD

hway

LENA STEVENS died Feb. 3.
Survived by two sons, Jack and
Philip; a daughter, Mrs. Her-
man (Betty) Gach; six grand-
children and three great grand-
children.
* * *
MAX 'PAUL KORT, 3265 W.
Boston, died Feb. 3. Survived
by a son, Milton, and two grand-
children.
* * *
SAMUEL LEVIN, 18011 Pre-
vost, died Jan. 31. He leaves
his wife, Rebecca; two sons,
Dr. David M. and Jack L.; nine
grandchildren and nine great
grandchildren.
* * *
JOSEPH KIMMEL, 24310
Parklawn, Oak Park, died Feb.
1. He leaves his wife, Pearl;
his mother, Mrs. Miriam Kim-
mel, of Winnipeg, Canada; a
daughter, Mrs. Daniel Knopper;
two brothers, two sisters and
a grandchild.
* * *
MAE BRODY, 18085 Rose-
lawn, died Feb. 2. She leaves
a son, Morton; a daughter, Fay;
and a brother, Herbert Lieb-
hardt of Long Island.
* * *
HELEN SCHLEIN, 8258
Meyers, is survived -by two
daughters, Lillian and Mrs.
Abraham Chertkow of Pamona,
Calif.; a brother, a sister, eight
grandchildren and two great
grandchildren.

• WE REMEMBER

71`4:

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

Leon Harold
Stillwater
Rose Segerma
Salley Hes

Hebrew Civil
Adar I Feb.

6

10

Aa
Ja•
A. Isaac. Korman 9

13
13

Sophy Meisner
10
Meyer Applebaum 10
Rose Temchin
10
10
Bertha Fischer
10
Julius Cohen
Irwin Rosenbaum '10
Ben Citrin
10

14
14
14
14
14
14
14

Rose Aronoff
Louis Menenberg
Bertha Peterman
Harry Faber

11
11
11
11

15
15
15
15

Clara Eisenberg
Morris Rosen
Samuel Techner
Isadore Kramer
Elizabeth Bushkin
Lena Farber

12
12
12
12
12
12

16
16
16
16
16
16

Abra
An

w

RIALS

in the Jewish
radition by

3201 JO

Nest to the

neyolent Society

ED SATURDAYS
and JEWISH HOLIDAYS

OPEN SUNDAYS

Yeshiva Beth Yehuda

TYler 6-0196

12305 Dexter
WE 1-0203

west Monu

F DIST

Pre

m

ites

CLOSED TURDAYS:

sonable Prices

SUNDAYS 10 to 5 P.M.

7436 TIREMAN

Back to Top

© 2021 Regents of the University of Michigan