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February 08, 1963 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-02-08

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Viscount Samuel Dies; First
Palestinian Commissioner

1905 to 1909; Postmaster Gen-
eral from 1910 to 1916; Secre-
tary of State for Home Affairs
for two terms, 1916 and 1931-32;
and Britain's Special- Commis-
sioner to Belgium before assum-
ing the High Commissionership
in Palestine in 1920.
Formerly president of the
Royal Institute of Philosophy,
Lord Samuel was the recipient
of many high British and for-
eign decorations and was known
as a man of great learning and
the author of many books and
scholarly treaties. He was ele-
vated to the title of Viscount
in 1937. Among Israelis and
Zionists throughout the world,
he was lauded for many years
for his contributions to the
growth of Palestine as a Jewish
homeland, in spite of some ma-
jor disagreements with his pol-
icies during his term as High
Commissioner. He was a mem-
ber of the Board of Governors
VISCOUNT SAMUEL
of the Hebrew University at
Home Secretary, and a devoted Jerusalem, and president of the
Orthodox Jew, died here Tues- British Friends of the Hebrew
Uniyersity.
day. He was 92.
Born at Liverpool in Novem-
ber, 1870, Lord Samuel was Free Press Employe
educated at Oxford and held also Arthur Melder Dies
degrees from Cambridge Uni-
A division supervisor in the
versity, the University of Liver- circulation department of The
pool and the University of Detroit Free Press for almost 40
Leeds. A member of Parlia- years, Arthur Melder, 16615
ment from 1902 to 1918, he was Griggs, died Feb. 2. He was 65.
Parliamentary Undersecretary
Mr. Melder was a member of
in the Home Department from Mosaic Lodge, F. & A. M., and
the Hannah Schloss Old TiMers
Club.
Surviving are his wife, Evelyn;
a son, Sanford; a daughter, Mrs.
Sidney Kling; four sisters, all of
In cherished memory of our New York, and three grand-
beloved brother, William George children.
Caplan, who passed away Feb. 6,
1941. Though you slumber in Esther Fink Dies at 88
your grave your image is always
Esther Fink, 11501 Petoskey,
with us. Sadly missed by brother died
Jan. 31. She was 88. -
and sister, Dr. B. B. Caplan and
Mrs. Fink was affiliated with
Mrs. Ann Feldman, and their the
Jewish .Home for Aged
families.
Ladies Auxiliary, the Yeshivath
Chachmey Lublin and Cong.
Ahavas Achim of Grand Rapids.
Surviving are four sons, Jos-
IN MEMORIAM
eph, Jack of Grand Rapids, Peter
The Hannah Schloss
of New York and Maurice of Chi-
Old Timers
cago; four daughters, Mrs. Harry
mourns the passing of
Appel of New Jersey, Mrs. Sam-
one of its distinguished
uel Schwartz, Mrs. Milton Kosit-
chek and Mrs. Harry' Penfil; 11
members
grandchildren and 12 great
EMIL
grandchildren.

LONDON (JTA) — Viscount
Herbert Louis Samuel. Britain's
first High Commissioner for
Palestine under the League of
Nations mandate, member of
the Privy Council, former lead-
er of the Liberal Party, former

I In Memoriam

-RASKIN

We pay tribute to his
memory for his friend-
ship, for all the good
deeds that marked his
active life. Our heart-
felt sympathies go to
the entire Raskin fam-
ily. May they be con-
soled in their hour of
sorrow.

IN MEMORIAM
The Hannah Schloss
Old Timers
mourns the passing of
one of its distinguished
members

ARTHUR
MELDER

We pay tribute to his
memory for his friend-
ship, for all the good
deeds that marked his
active life. Our heart-
felt sympathies go to
the entire Melder
family. May they be
consoled in their hour
of sorrow.

The Family of the late

DR. JOSEPH H.
GOSSMAN

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

The Family of

NATE COOPER

(18104 Marlowe)
Goldie Cooper, wife;
children and grand-
children, sisters and
brothers and their
families, acknowledge
with grateful apprecia-
tion the many kind ex-
pressions of sympathy
extended by relatives
and friends during the
family's recent be-
reavement.

OBITUARIES

NATHAN EDWARDS, 7630
DAVID LUBLINSKI, 16882
Tracey, died Feb. 1. Survived Brush, died Feb.. 1. Survived by
by wife, Emily; a daughter, Lee a nephew, Edward J. Edwards;
and two nieces, including Mrs.
Irene; a brother and a sister.
*
* *
Aid Kushner.
* * *
NATHAN SAPERSTELN, 13403
BESSIE STEIN, 23290 Avon,
S. Norfolk, died Feb. 3. Sur-
vived by wife, Jennie; three Oak Park, died Feb. 4. Survived
sons, James H., George and Ben; by five sons, Irving of Miami
two daughters, Mrs. Irving (Rose) Beach, Fla., Henry and Harry
Kotin and Mrs. Morris (Ann) Stein and Bernard of Los An-
Levine; six grandchildren and geles, Calif., and Albert Kemper
of Miami Beach, Fla.; two daugh-
two great grandchildren.
* * *
ters, Mrs. Max Ezrach and Mrs.
IRVING KARASIK, Fontanna, Leo Trompeter; 12 grandchil-
Calif., died Feb. 2. Survived by dren and three great grandchil-
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Max Kara- dren.
* * *
sik; and a brother, Norman Karr.
WILLIAM A. STERN, 18285
* * *
HARRY MENDELSOHN, 3602 Monte Vista, died Jan. 30. Sur-
Sylvia.
Constano, Dayton, 0., formerly vived by wife,
* * *
of Detroit, died Feb. 1. Survived
REBECCA JASLOW, 11501
by wife, Ida; three sons, Sanford,
Barry and Bruce; a daughter, Petoskey, died Feb. 5. Survived
Marlene; his mother, Tillie Men- by three sons, Louis of Flint,
delsohn of Oak Park; a sister, Max of Leisure City, Fla., and
Ceil Stein of Cincinnati; two Frank I.; two daughters, Mrs.
brothers, Abe and Jack, both of Abe J. Moss and Mrs. Sally Sell-
ars of Houston, Tex.; nine grand-
Oak Park.
* * *
children and 18 great grand-
MAX BARGMAN, 636 Acad- children.
* * *
emy, Ferndale, died Feb. 6. Sur-
MORRIS HALPERN, 19210
vived by wife, Rachel; two sons,
Kalman and Morris; daughter, Ardmore, died Feb. 4. Survived
Mrs. Donald Roth; brother, Na- by wife, Rebecca, and son, Jacob.
* * *
than of Buffalo, N.Y.; six grand-
ROSE RACHEL SMITH, 9331
children and five great grandchil-
Mendota, died Feb. 5. Survived
dren.
by a son, Frank; a daughter, Mrs.
Al (Minnie) Tauber of Orchard
Common Pleas Bailiff
Lake; 10 grandchildren and
Emil Raskin Dies
seven great grandchildren.
* * *
Emil Raskin, a Common Pleas
Court bailiff for 35 years, died
SAMUEL COHEN, 11501 Pe-
Feb. 1 at the age of 64, five toskey, died Feb. 5. Survived by
days after the death in Califor- wife, Sarah; a son, Louis Carr of
nia of his brother, Morris, a Cleveland; two daughters, Mrs.
retired Circuit Court bailiff.
Alex (Gertrude) Neshkes and
Mr. Raskin, 20200 Rutherford, Ann; and six grandchildren.
- * * *
was a member of Temple Israel,
a life member and past chan-
SAMUEL 'ROSEN, 18059
cellor of the Knights of Pythias, Cherrylawn, died Jan. 31. Sur-
a member of the board of direc- vived by wife, Fannie; a son,
tors of the Wayne County Bail- Sheldon; two brothers and a
iffs Association and the first sister.
* * *
president of the Pythian Credit
ROSE STARMAN, 23400 Cool-
Union here.
Surviving are his wife, Fan- idge, Oak Park, died Jan. 31.
nie; two sons, Elmer, also a Survived by three sons, Dr. Jos-
Common Pleas Court bailiff, eph, Dr. Nathan and Dr. Jack;
and Gerald of Evanston, Ill.; three daughters, Mrs. Miriam
two brothers, a sister and four Cantor, Mrs. Charles (Cele)
Eichenhorn and Mrs. S_idney
grandchildren.
(Ruth) Siegan; a brother, three
sisters; 17 grandchildren and 12
Moroccan Magazine
great grandchildren.
* * *
Libels -Jews with Photo
CASABLANCA, (JTA) — In-
ESTHER COHEN, 4062 Webb,
tensifying its propaganda died Feb. 7. Survived by hus-
against Moroccan Jews and Is- band, Nathan; son, Jack; three
rael, the magazine "Akhar ed grandchildren and two great
DoumVa," noted for its anti- grandchildren.
* * *
Jewish attacks, came out with
HARRY CHERNICK, 11501 Pe-
a photograph falsely. depicting
a Moroccan Jewish undertaker toskey. died Feb. 6. Survived by
as an officer of the Israeli two daughters, Mrs. Hyman
Fieldman and Mrs. Harold B.
Army.
The photograph shows a Jew Lebus; brother, Reuben of
in the uniform worn tradition- Springfield, Mass.; three grand-
ally by Jewish undertakers in children and a great grandchild.
this country, but claims that
Sidney A. Deitch
the uniform is that of an Israeli
DETROIT MONUMENT
military man. On the basis of
WORKS
this allegation, the publication
Best Quality Granites
indulges in anti-Jewish dia-
Personalized Designs
Priced Reasonable
tribes trying to create the im-
2744 W. Davison cor. Lawton
pression that Israelis are enter- TO
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ing Morocco illegally.

Hebrew Civil
Shevat Feb.

Molly Plotkin
Debora Scholnick
Helen Silverston
Noah E. Keys
Rachel Fishman
Elijah Oppen

15
15
15
15
15
15

9
9
9
9
9

Gussie Solomon
Sam Zingeser
Moshe Goldfarb
Jack Feldman
Joseph Louis Bale

16
16
16
16
16

10
10
10
10
10

Allan A. Burns
Mina Wolman

17
17

11
11

18
Joseph Goldberg
18
Morris Sherman
18
Herbert B. Bunin
18
Ceila Lafer
' 18
Morris Goldberg
18
Israel Glicklin
18
Fannie Smith
18
Frank Sears
18
Arthur E. Plotnick
18
Samuel Sherman

12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12

19
19
.19
19

13
13
13
13

20
David Kahrnoff
Abraham Turkenich 20
20
Max C. Shiovitz

14
14
14

21
21

15
15

William Greenstein
Morris Singer
Aharon Patterson
Louis Cohen

Abraham Shear
Harry Jacobson

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During the coming
week Yeshiva Beth
Yehuda will observe
the Yahrzeit of the
following departed
friends, with the
traditional Memorial
Prayers, recitation of
Kaddish and study-
ing of Mishnayes.

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DIRECTORS OF FUNERALS

LOUIS D ORB, 2092 Ewald
Circle, died Feb. 3. Survived by
wife, Fannie; a son, Sidney; two
daughters, Mrs. Harvey Goldman
and Mrs. William Sloman; two
brothers, a sister, five grand-
children and four great grand-
children.
* * *
ISADORE POSEN, 19341 Mar-
lowe, died Jan. 30. Survived by
wife, Anna; two sons, Albert and
Willard; a daughter, Mrs. Gilbert
Weissman of San Francisco; a
brother, Mayer of Winnepeg; and
three grandchildren.
* * *
GEORGE KAMENOW, 32040
Tareyton, Farmington, died Jan.
31 in North Miami, Fla. Sur-
vived by wife, Mollye; and a sis-
ter, Mrs. Anna Rubenstein of
Brooklyn, N. Y. Services were
held in Brooklyn.
* * *
MATILDE STERN, 11501 Pe-
toskey, died Feb. 2. Survived by
two sons, Frederick E. Sternett
and Rudolph Stern of Worthing,
England; and a daughter, Mrs.
Karl Kolb.
* * *
ABE CARRON, • formerly of
Detroit, died Jan. 31 in Tampa,
Fla. Survived by wife, Rose; two
sons, Dr. Harold and Dr. Jonas;
seven grandchildren and a great
grandchild, all of Tampa.

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