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January 11, 1963 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-01-11

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Detroit Agency Gets Grant to Aid
Jews Over 62 in Finding Jobs

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

tunities for persons 50-years-old
and over. The St. Louis agency
will use the grant to conduct a
pilot program to provide employ-
ment in the home for older
handicapped Jews. The Erie
County service will seek to re-
cruit and train older Jewish wo-
men for employment as home-
makers for aged and disabled
persons.
The grants were made possible
by a gift to the • Council from the
Baron de Hirsch fund.

Edwin Guggenheim,
European President
of Bnai Brith, Dies

ZURICH, Switzerland, (JTA)
—Dr. Edwin Guggenheim, pres-
ident of Bnai Brith's continen-
tal European district, died here
Dec. 28. He was 68.
A prominent Zurich attorney,
he was active in restoring Bnai
Brith in Europe following its
destruction by the Nazis during
World War II. Dr. Guggenheim
helped re-establish Bnai Brith
in 10 countries. In 1955 he was
elected president of the Eur-
opean district chartered that
year by Bnai Brith. He held the
post until his death. Dr. Gug-
genheim also served on the
Bnai Brith International Coun-
cil.

I

OBITUARIES

DAVID KONOP, 19935 Prest,
CHARLES F. ACKERMAN, 64,
NEW YORK — The Jewish
died Jan. 7. He leaves his wife, of 1631 Wellesley, who died Jan.
Occupational Council has award-
Frances; son, Kenneth; daughter, 2, was executive vice president
ed $5,000 in grants to four mem-
Esther; two brothers and a sister. of Winternitz & Co. He was a
ber agencies to aid them in
* * *
graduate of McGill University
developing jobs and other pro-
DAVID FLEISCHER, 18215 and a member of Temple Beth
ductive opportunities for older
Meyers, died Jan. 4. Survived El. Born in Winnipeg, he came
immigrant Jewish persons, Sam-
by wife, Dora; two daughters, to Detroit 16 years ago. He is
uel S. Greenberg of Detroit,
Mrs. Louis (Sarah) Lipson of survived by his wife, Miriam;
chairman of the Council's board
Chicago and Mrs. Jack (Marion) son, Michael; daughter, Dianne;
of directors, announced Wednes-
Rose; and five grandchildren.
sisters, Sara Seidenberg of Los .
day.
* * *
Angeles and Mrs. Janette Solo-
The grants, the first of their
JOSEPH HURWITZ, 2581 Elm- man of El Paso, Tex.
kind by the Council, went to
hurst, died Dec. 31. No survivors.
* * *
* * *
the Jewish Vocational Service
BESSIE
DANIELS,
18057 Hub-
of Detroit, the Jewish • Vocation- British Laborite
GUSTAVE B E R L I N, 3839 bell, died Jana 6. She
leaves
al Service of Newark, the Jewish
Burns,
died
Jan-
.
7.
Survived
by
Employment and Vocational Offers Compromise
a brother, David of Los Angeles, four sons, Lewis, Frank, Jack
and George Daniel s; seven
Service of St. Louis and the on Arab Refugees
Calif.
grandchildren and 16 great 4-1
* * *
Jewish Vocational Service De-
TEL AVIV, (JTA)—A propo- Brussels Bishop Who
partment of the Jewish Family
DAVID SEGAN, 18107 Cherry- grandchildren. Interment, New
Service of Erie County, New sal for solution of the Arab refu- Saved Jews Dies
lawn,
died Jan.. 9. Survived by a York.
* * *
gee problem, by admitting into
York.
BRUSSELS, (JTA)—The Rt. daughter, Mrs. David Miller;
MILTON M. RUBIN, 23295
The Detroit agency received Israel one Arab refugee for every Rev. Msgr. Joseph Kerkhofs, two granddaughters; and five
Kipling, Oak Park, died Jan. 4.
the funds for its program of 10 Jewish immigrants entering former Bishop of Liege, who great grandchildren.
He leaves his wife, Frances; a co
* * *
promoting employment opportu- this country, was made by Anth- aided many Jews here and was
nities for Jewish immigrants of ony Wedgwood Benn, a leader of active in the resistance against
HARRY H. SHERMAN, 382 son, Marlin; a daughter, Janis;
the German occupation army W. Grand Blvd., died Jan. 5. his father, Max Rubin; and a
62 and older who are seeking the British Labor Party.
Benn
was
one
of
the
speakers
sister.
during World War II, died here
part time jobs to supplement
at a meeting sponsored by New on New Year's Day. He was 84. He leaves his wife, Elaine; a
social security benefits.
son,
Ronald;
and
a
sister.
Msgr. Kerkhofs was instru-
* * *
The Newark agency will seek Outlook, a periodical devoted to
ALAN G. WEIL, 20506 Tracey,
to develop full time job oppor- finding new paths to Arab-Israeli mental in saving many Jews,
peace. Many foreigners who came especially children, during the died Jan. 9. Survived by wife,
as delegates to the world conven- German occupation. On his ini- Ann; two daughters, Hettie and
tion of the Liberal International tiative, many Jewish children Loretta; and a sister.
held here, attended the meeting. were hidden in Catholic insti-
* * *
Deputy Mayor Zuaby of the tutions and in the homes of
DAVID NODLER, 21911 Park-
During the coming
lawn, Oak Park, died Jan. 9.
predominantly Arab, city of Naz-
week Yeshiva Seth
In loving memory of our be- areth, told the session that, private Belgian families.
Survived
by
wife,
Frances;
son,
Yehuda will observe
One of the Jews whose life
loved husband: and father, though "the refugees are my
Howard; daughter. Brenda; three
the Yahrzeit of _the
Meyer Finkel. You will always brethren and I very much want Ile saved was the rabbi of Liege. brothers; and a sister.
following departed
be in our hearts never to be them back," the proposal made The Bishop sheltered the rabbi
* * *
friends, with the
VICTOR ISRAEL WEINBERG,
forgotten. -Sadly missed by wife, by Benn was "unrealistic." In- in his own palace. The rabbi
traditional Memorial
wore
the
garb
of
a
Catholic
18948 Gilman, Livonia, died Jan.
Anna; children and grandchil- stead of such a plan, he said, "Is-
Prayers, recitation of
monk at that time, declaring
Kaddish and study-
dren-
rael should take the initiative on later that he saw no religious d 9. Survived by _ wife, Anne;
ing of Mishnayes.
peace as the key to the solution offense in wearing a cassock. aughter, Mrs. Harold (Lilian)
Monson; three brothers; a sis
of the refugee problem."
Three other Jews were also t er; and three grandchildren.
Hebrew Civil
Another
speaker
at
the
meet-
TEVES JAN.
We wish to express
saved by the Bishop, who hid
ing,
Claude
Estier,
editor
of
the
sincerest thanks to our
them in his palace.
Rose Ingeroff
16
12
French
newspaiqer
France
Oh-
Butcher
far.
50
Years,
friends for the sympa-
Reuben Miller
16
12
Simon Axelrod
servateur who had been in favor
thies and kindnesses
16
32
Joseph
Lansky
Dies
Abraham Isaac
they have shown us
of Algerian independence, during Rabbi Alexander Blumofe,
Chesluk - '
16
A kosher butcher in Detroit
upon the death of our
the war between France and the Oldest Chicago Rabbi, Dies
Rabbi
.Rabbi
Alexander
Blumofe,
.Chi-
for
50
yearsbefore
his
father and father-in-
,
Saiah
Zarankin .
_retgT-
17
_
.12:
formerAlgeri a - zi rebels, said that
law, the eminent schol-
.6VgeKi.an rebelers,,hact.told. him cagp's, oldest,xabhi, died„Sunday Meht two7;ears 740, Joseph Mor- Jennie Blume/40d'
18 ' 14 ,
ar, the Dean of the
" - ris. Lansky, 20055 - Mark. TWairi; 'IdaIlia-sternierf
=78
-;
privately
they were ri-repared the- :age of 91. "*---
Orthodox Rabbis in
Chaim Hershel
Funeral service was held in died Jan. 7. He was 82.
to act as mediators betwen Israel
Applebaum
,
18
14'
Chicago
Mr. Lansky owned several
Chicago Monday and the body
Bessie Krusner
18
14
and the Arab states.
Jacob Goldis
18
..14_
was flown to Israel ..for burial, meat markets, the last one on A9v51-#.e
RABBI
w
eisz
18
14
fulfilling the wishes of the de- ftlinur • Ave. He Was affiliated
ALEXANDER
`Jewish Buildings
kebec.4a Myers
19
ceased.
15
with the Jewish Center and :BOO
••
Mary Grace
19
15
BLUMOFE
Attacked in Salvador
Rabbi Blumofe, who was rabbi Cong. Nusach Hari.
Libby Fine
19
IS-
He was a revered
Joseph
Cosaman
19
Of
Meor
Chami
IS
SurviVors
include
his
-wife,
RIO
;
Synagogue-in
DE. JANEIRO, (JTA)—
man whose spiritual.
Esther Doris
Firefrom a shotgun spattered Chicago for Ap years, was a Hattie; three ''daughters, Mrs.
Pearlman
19
15 -
strength sustained him
Sadie Later
19
15'
the windows and doorways of noted scholar. He was a pupil Sam (Fern) Lutz,' Mrs. Marvin
during a lifetime of
several Jewish shops and the in the Volozhin_ Yeshiva and (Isabel) • Markowitz a n d Mrs.
close; to a century.
Sarah Dubin
20
16:
Pearl Pelavin
20
16
Blessed he the- memory
Jewish, CoMmunity Center at was among the outstanding au- Sandorf (Odes) Elden of Ann
Esther. Gaertner
20
16
of our saintly parent. ,
Salvador, capital of Bahia Pro- thorities on the Talmud 'and Arbor; a brother, two sisters,
Harry Goldnian
20
16
vMce. The firing came from a Jewish law.
eight grandchildren and t w o Abraham David Sachs 20
Ethel. Baumer
16
Dr. Moe Baumer
swiftly moving automobile of
His survivors include his great grandchildren.
Harry Bloch
21
17
German manufacture. No • one daughter, Ethel Baumer, and
Jacob .Portnoy
21
.17
was injured.
son-in-law, Dr. Moe Baumer, of
Sidney A. Deitch
Ida Boesky
22
18
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Mr. Darnen
22
18
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Saul Charnes Dies

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A retired automobile dealer,
Saul (Sammy) Charnes, 5382 W.
Outer Dr., died Jan. 4. He was
66. - •
Mr. Charnes was former co-
owner of C & G motor Sales. He
was a member of Cong. Adas
Shalom, Motor City Lodge of
Bnai Brith, a World War I vet-
eran and a member of the Vet-
erans of Foreign Wars.
Surviving are his wife, Mar-
tha; a son, Allen; a daughter,
Mrs. Jerome Glassman; a broth-
e r and five grandchildren.

Grossman, WJC Aide, Dies

The death occurred in New

York, Jan. 3, of Henry Grossman,
a representative of the World
Jewish Congress at the United
Nations. Grossman, who was 64,
had previously been a staff mem-
ber of the UN for many years.

CARDIFF, Wales, (JTA) —
Dr. Edmund Frankel, a leader
of the United Revisionist party
in Britain, died here 'Jan. 8 at
the age of 60. Born in Galicia,
Dr. Frankel settled in England
where he often represented
Glasgow and Cardiff at the an-
nual conference of the Zionist
Federation and of the British
Section of the World Jewish
Congress.

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