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February 23, 1962 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1962-02-23

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Ex-Nazi Leader Is Recommended
for High Post in Bonn Government

BONN (JTA) — Gustav Son-
nenhol, a well-known German
economist—and a leader of the
SS during the Hitler regime—
was recommended by the Free
Democratic Party for the post
of State Secretary in the newly
created Development Ministry.
Political circles here reported
Chancellor Konrad Adenauer
had approved Sonnenhol's ap-
pointment.
Sonnenhol joined the Nazi
Party in 1930, three years be-
fore Hitler became Chancellor.
Later, he rose to leadership in
the SS, Hitler's elite corps which,
during World War II, was used
extensively for the annihilation

The Family of the Late

JOSEPH
BIEDERMAN

Ackndwledges with
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

DR. JOSEPH
STULBERG

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.

The Family of the Late

REBECCA
NEWMAN

Announces the unveil-
ing of a monument in
her memory 1 p.m. Sun-
day, March 4, at Chesed
shel Emes Cemetery.
Rabbi Gruskin will of-
ficiate. Relatives and
friends are asked to at-
tend.

The Family of the Late

HARRY H.
NESSEL

Wishes to express sin-
cere thanks and appre-
ciation to the many
friends, relatives and
neighbors for the acts
of kindness, sympathy,
cards and charitable
contributions in the re-
cent loss of a beloved
brother and uncle. Spe-
cial thanks to Rabbi
S. Karelitz of Cong.
Shaarey Zedek, Wind-
sor; Rabbi Samuel
Stoilman of Cong.
Shaar liashomayim;
Cantor S. Nadvin and
all of Cong. Shaar
Hashomayim. Also, Mr.
Meyer Dorn of the
Windsor Lodge of Bnai
Brith, Nate Rubin of
the Detroit Socialites,
honorary pallbearers
and Rabbi Rockove of
the Detroit Chesed
shel Emes.

of European Jewry.
The International Military 'Tri-
bunal at Nuremberg declared the
SS a "criminal organization."
Some political circles here ex-
pressed the belief that, if Son-
nenhol gets the post, another
"Oberlander Case" may develop.
Dr. Theodor Oberlander, former-
ly a member of the Adenauer
Cabinet as Minister for Expel-
lees, resigned from the Cabinet
under fire of having been active
in Nazi mass-murder activities.

Cairo Announces
Arrest of 13 on
Israel Spy Charges

LONDON, (JTA)—The arrest
of 13 persons, mainly Greeks, on
charges of "pro-Israeli" espion-
age activities, has been an-
nounced by the United Arab Re-
public, it was reported here from
Cairo.
The alleged spies, the an-
nouncement charged, were "try-
ing to get information about the
UAR's military dispositions, espe-
cially about the Navy and also
the possibility of carrying out de-
structive actions in the Navy."
The "spy network" was dis-
covered last August, according
to the announcement, which iden-
tified the "ringleader" as Spiri-
don Skyfis, a native of Egypt.
Skyfis was arrested when he
attempted to go to Gracce al-
legedly to meet with Israelli in-
telligence officers.

Quebec Jews Seek
to Keep Own Records

QUEBEC CITY (JTA)—Harry
Blank, the only Jewish member
of the provincial legislative as-
sembly of Quebec, suggested to
the Provincial Parliament's Pri-
vate Committee that the civil
code should be amended to give
Jewish religious bodies the same
rights to keep registers of births,
deaths and marriages as those
enjoyed by Catholic and Protes-
tant churches.
Under the code, he pointed
out, only Christian churches can
keep such registers without the
express permission of legislature.
The religious institutions of oth-
er faiths must obtain such per-
mission through a private bill. It
is his opinion that such right
should come automatically once
a synagogue is incorporated un-
der provincial law.
Synagogues customarily seek
incorporation in the Quebec pro-
vince for the purposes of holding
property and running schools.
The provision for keeping regis-
ters of marriages is considered
particularly important in the
province since there are no civil
marriages in Quebec and Jews
are customarily married under
Jewish religious law and regis-
tered in a synagogue record.

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Plan Memorial
for Lublin Jews
Slain by Nazis

(Copyright, 1962,
Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.)

VIENNA — Sixty-three sculp-
tors and architects have submit-
ted plans for a proposed memo-
rial to honor the Jews of Lublin
who were murdered by the Nazis
during their occupation of Po-
land in World War II, it was re-
ported here Wednesday from
Warsaw.
The foundation stone for the
memorial is scheduled to be laid
in April.
Branches of the Union of
Fighters for Freedom and De-
mocracy in communities near
Lublin have been requested to
furnish caskets with ashes of vic-
tims for interment in the me-
morial.
The construction of the memo-
rial has been financed with funds
contributed by former Jewish
residents of Lublin now residing
in other parts of the world, in-
cluding Australia, France and
Germany.

OBITUARIES

EMIL KORACH, 75 Sproat,
died Feb. 16. No survivors.
* • *
ESTHER ROSENFELD, 14780
Griggs, died Feb. 18. Survived
by husband Harry; two daugh-
ters, Mrs. Mort (Sadie) Rich and
Mrs. Oscar (Evelyn) Overton; a
sister, four grandchildren, and
two great-grandchildren.

• * •

MARGARET KLEIN, 16230 In-
diana, died Feb. 19. Survived by
husband Erna; two daughters,
Julie and Theresa; and three
sisters.
* * *
OSCAR GOSSMAN, 3785 Les-
lie, died Feb. 20. Survived by
two sons, Alexander W. and Dr.
Joseph H.; two daughters, Fran-
ces and. Mrs. Julius (Gertrude)
Cohen; a brother and five grand-
children.

Gordon, Israeli Officer
in. UN Secretariat, Dies

Services Held Today
UNITED NATIONS, N.Y.,
for Benjamin Davidson (JTA)—Dr. Ezekiel Gordon, an

Services were held today for
Benjamin Davidson, 19203
Prairie, who died Sunday in
Arizona from injuries he suf-
fered in an automobile accident.
He was 66.
Mr. Davidson, a retired
plumbing and heating contrac-
tor, was founder and president
of the Detroit Manufacturing
and Supply Co., a wholesale
plumbing company at 7607 In-
tervale. Born in Russia, he had
lived in Detroit 50 years.
Surviving are his wife, Belle;
a son, Albert J.; a daughter,
Mrs. Arthur Byer; a brother,
Harry C. Davidson; .and two
sisters, Mrs. Joseph Etkin and
Mrs. Sarah Mitroff of Phoenix,
Ariz.
Mr. Davidson was a member
of several Masonic orders, the
Knollwood Country. Club and
the Michigan Chapter of the
American Society of Sanitary
Engineers.

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RABBI
DR. ISADORE
GOODMAN

of Memphis, Tennessee
Acknowledge with
gr ateful appreciation
the many kind expres-
sions of sympathy ex-
tended by their friends
during the family's re-
cent bereavement.

Sarah Cohen, 16271
died Feb. 21 at 72.
Born in Russia, she had lived
in Detroit 43 years.
Surviving are her husband,
Jacob; two sons, Harold, a re-
porter for the Detroit Free
Press, and Alex Cowan; a siste*,
Mrs. Lillian Margolis; and four
grandchildren.

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week Yeshiva Beth
Yehuda will observe
the Yahrzeit of the
following deported
friends, with the
traditional M e mo
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tion of Kaddish and
studying of Mish-
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Rabbi and Mrs.
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and the entire family
of the late

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CARL LAWRENCE, 648.
Michigan, died Feb. 16. Sur-
vived by three brothers, David
Lorinz, Carl and Edward Law-
rence; a sister, Mrs. Joe Einzig
of Florida.
* * *
GEORGE JOSEPH FRANK-
LIN, 30710 Utica, Roseville,
died Feb. 17. Survived by wife,
Bertha; two daughters, Mrs. Al-
bert (Lorraine) Poole and Mrs.
John Thomas (June) Reed; a
brother, a step brother and 12
grandchildren. .
* * *
FANNIE PALLITZ, 20210
Schaefer, died Feb. 15. She
leaves two sons, Sidney and
David; three daughters, Mrs.
David Miller, Mrs. Dave Cole
and Mrs. Hymen Silverman;
two sisters, 12 grandchildren
and 18 great grandchildren.
* * *
SARAH HANDMAN, 23460
Elaine, Oak Park, died Feb. 15.

Israeli senior officer in the Divi-
sion of Human Rights of the
United Nations Secretariat, died She leaves her husband, David;
in a hospital here at the age two daughters, Mrs. Sam Powers
of 57.
and Mrs. Nathan Hoffman; two
Born in Russia, he received brothers, a sister and two
I a doctorate in law from Paris grandchildren. Interment,
I University in 1931. He taught Staten Island, N. Y.
at the university and later was
on the faculties of two law David Van Embden,
schools in Egypt. He served in
the French Army in World War Dutch Economist Dies
I and settled in Palestine after
AMSTERDAM, (JTA) — Prof.
the war, becoming a member of David Van Embden, noted Dutch-
the Palestine bar.
Jewish economist, died here Sun-
He joined the UN Secretariat day, aged 86. Van Embden had
in 1947, and served there until formerly served in the Dutch
his death except for a two-year Senate as a representative of
period, 1949 to 1951, when he the Radical Party.
was director ,of the International
Organizations Division of the Is-
raeli Ministry for Foreign Af-
4,
fairs.

Bruno Walter Dies;
Was Exiled by Nazis

BEVERLY HILLS, Cal. (JT
—Bruno Walter, one of t
world's leading musical conduc-
tors, died here Saturday at 85.
Because of his Jewish origin,
Walter's appearances were
banned by the Nazi authorities
in 1933 and he was exiled from
his native Germany.
Born in Berlin of poor par-
ents, he dropped his family
name of Schlesinger during his
rapid rise to fame in Germany.
He came to the United States
in 1939 and continued his
career actively until his retire-
ment in 1957. In 1960, he ‘wa
awarded the Karl Renner Pr
of Vienna and the Cul
Prize of the City of Mun

ISIDOR FLATOW, 3045
Blaine, died Feb. 14. Survived
by a daughter, Mrs. Max (Lot-
tie) Schaffer.

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