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March 01, 1963 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-03-01

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OBITUARIES

MARY LEVENSON, 4766 W.
BENJAMIN EPSTEIN of Mi-
ELLEN CARSON of Miami
An early English law attri- becomes evident that the ba-
ami Beach died Feb. 24. He Outer Dr., died Feb. 24. She
Beach,
Fla.,
died
Feb.
27.
Sur-
rons
whq
are
objecting
to
the
buted to Edward the Confessor,
leaves her husband, Jack; a son,
roles of Jews as moneylend- vived by husband, Harry; two leaves his daughter, Mrs. Simon
asserts:
brothers and three sisters.
Pfeiffer; and a _granddaughter, Norman; two daughters, Mrs.
the
one
role
permitted
ers,
,
"Know you that all Jews
* * *
Paul Abramson and Ruth; a
Arlene. Interment Detroit.
wherever they might be in the to them, are plotting confis-
HARRY ME T L ER, 17609
brother; a sister; and four
* * *
cations,
loots
and
an
eventual
kingdom are under the protec-
grandchildren.
Woodingham, died Feb. 27.- He
form-
massacre.

JOSEPH
KOLOVSKY
tion and defense of the liege
• *
Meanwhile, Baruch, while in leaves his wife, Edith; two sons, erly of Detroit, died in Chicago
king nor may anyone subjoin
Lawrence
and
Martin;
daughter,
17382 Ken-
BESSIE
MYERS,
their wealth without the king's London, is baptised under du- Susan; mother, Mrs. Ida .Mettler; on Feb. 23. Survived by a son,
died
Feb.
21.
She leaves
ress,
and
after
baptism
was
tucky,
Max
J.
Kolovsky
of
Detroit,
permission. And if anyone
and brother, Jack of Las Vegas, two daughters, Mrs. Nathan four daughters, Mrs. Lillian
should detain them or their murdered. News arrives of his Nev.
Scalin of Chicago and Mrs. Jacobs, Rose and Ethel Myers
monies, the king will prosecute death and the panic that fol-
Manny • Rice -of Santa Ann, and Myra Feinberg.
if he wishes according to his lows is not sufficient to allow
for preparations against im-
* *'
Calif.; a brother, Meyer Kolov-
custom."
pending dangers.
sky of Detroit; and two grand-
BELLA PORKIN, 17267 War-
To this is traced the early
The great massacre takes
children.
wick, died Feb. 22. She leaves
contention that the Jews were place and the few survivors are
• * *
a 'son, Samuel, and two grand-
"the king's possessions," to be offered safety for baptism. But
19324
Ard-
Dovrrz,
ANNA
children.
protected by him and at the they already had learned the
more, died Feb. 25. Survived by
* *
same time to be considered the lesson: like Baruch they, too,
announcements may three sons, Dr. Benjamin W.,
K'A
T
I
E
BOSCHAN, 12935
media through which he func- would be massacred after bap- be (Unveiling
inserted' by mailing or by call- Joe and Sol; two daughters, Mrs.
tioned in amassing his wealth
Lincoln, Huntington Woods,
ing The Jewish News office, 17100
tism.
Norman
Silets
and
Mrs.
•arold
W. 7 Mile Road, Detroit 35, YE
and controlling the actions of
There is a love story. Abram 8-9364. Written announcements must Sanders; two brothers and nine died Feb. 23. Wife of the late
the barons.
Eugene. She leaves no sur-
is infatuated with Bett, the be accompanied by the name and grandchildren.
It is from this early rule that Christian girl who went into address of the person making the
vivors.
* •
*
There is a standing charge
* *
Joanne Greenberg took the title service with Baruch's family as insertion.
of $3.00 for . an unveiling notice,
LEE
M.
GOLDBERG,
166
for her first novel, "The King's a youngster and grew up in measuring an inch in depth).
PHILLIP
CUTLER,
1499 Pin-
* * *
Oneida, Pontiac, died Feb. 26. gree, died Feb. 23. Survived by
Persons,"- which has just been their home. She was taught to
The Matzaivah in honor of Survived by wife, Charlotte; a wife, Anna Rose; five sons, Jack,
published by Holt, Rinehart and read and to write, first in He-
Winston (383 Madison, NY17). brew then in English. Unlike Rebbetzen Paneth will be dedi- son, Gerald; a daughter, Sheila; Louis, Morris, Julius and Eli;
The setting for the story is in the rest of her family, she grew cated 3:30 p.m. Sunday, March his mother, Mrs. Libby Goldberg; three daughters, Mrs. Abe (Ida)
York, England, where great up in knowledge rather than 3, at the Chesed shel Emes two brothers and three sisters. Molonon, Mrs. Eli (Faye) Mali-,
* * *
tragedy was afflicted upon the illiteracy. She dressed well. She Cemetery, Agudah Section.
noff and Mrs. Alvin (Blanche)
Jews in an era of turmoil in spoke well. She, in turn, while
HARRY S. NEEDLE, 20500 Levine; and 18 grandchildren.
Christianity.
she remained a Christian, was Dr. Norman Steinberg, Burgess, died Feb. 25. Survived
Commencing her tale under excommunicated. This, too, is
by wife, Ann; a daughter, Peggy;
date of June, 1182, and. con- part of the tragedy which mir- Past Pontiac Hospital
his mother, Mrs. Rose Needle;
tinuing it through March 19, rors the horrors of that time.
and a sister.
Chief, Dies at 53
1190, the able novelist recon-

*
"Christ! Christ! The Devil
Dr.
Norman
N.
Steinberg,
53,
structs the events that trans-
is a Jew!" is one of the cries of 1028 Ardmoor, Birmingham,
ROSE SPRINGER, 22101 Mor-
pired in the years that first
that had been heard, leading past chief of General Practice at ton; Oak Park, died Feb. 21. Sur-
brought escapees from perse-
up to the massacre and to the St. Joseph Mercy Hospital, •on- vived by husband, Louis; four
During the coming
cutions from France to York
horrors. "We are not leeches," tiac, died. Feb. 25.
week Yeshiva Beth
sons, Elias, George, Harold of
and then, in turn, witnessed
Yehuda will observe
Abram shouted at Simon, but
Oakland, Calif. and Edward of
He
was
past
president
of
the
the destruction of York Jewry
the Yahrzeit of the
the latter was alone in listen- American Neoplastic Society and Pleasanton, Calif.; and seven
through massacre, after an
following departed
ing to a Jew's reasoning. .
grandchildren.
,
a
member
of
the
Oakland
County
friends, with the
orgy of pillage.
* '* *
In the end, Abram and his and American' Medical Associa-
traditional Memorial
The remarkable feat in Mrs. cousin Samuel escaped death,
MAX
GREENBLATT,
16866
Prayers, recitation of
Greeriberg's novel is that she got away from the mob, "began tions. Other affiliations included Mendota, died' Feb.'23. Survived
Kaddish and study-
has injected into it all of the their journey" in search for Temple Beth El and Temple by wife, Pauline; a daughter,
ing of Mishnoyes.
factors that entered into the new homes, a new life. Such Emanu-El, of which •he was past
medieval bigotries that afflicted was the fate of Jewry—one era president; Knollwood Country Mrs. Samuel B. (Rhoda) Shore;
Club and the Standard City Club. a brother, two sisters and three
Hebrew Civil .
the Jews of Europe.
ended, another began.
Ada r March
He received an. M.D. degee grandchildren.
Describing life in the York
2
Mrs. Greenberg, who was in 1935 from the University of
Sally Hess
• 6
*
-*
ghetto, the Christian-Jewish born in Brooklyn and educated
2
•Leon Harold Stillwater 6
Michigan,
Dr:
Steinberg,
who
2
6
Rose
Raimi
HARRY
M.
GROSSMAN,
35
controversies of olden times; in New York schools, attended
6
2
Rose
Segerman
with all the bigotries attend- American University in Wash- was born in Detroit, is survived W. Alexanderine, died "Feb. 21.
2
6
Anna Chinitz
by
his
wife,
Ethel;
two
sons,
s
ix
-
He leaves his wife, Marie;
ant upon the prejudices that ington and there developed her
7
3
Nathan Peretzman
seeped into the minds of the interest in medieval art and Ronald and Gary; daughter, sisters; and a brother.
3
7
Abraham Berman
* * *
3
7
William Zack
masses against Jews, are incor-. music and in Latin poetry. Her Marcia; two brothers, Leo and
3
Anna
Rose
Werner
7
ISADORE DEUTC H, 3801
porated in this story. As a result knowledge of the latter enabled Benjamin; and a sister, Mrs.
4
8
Anna Levine
Duane, died Feb. 23. .Survived
of a friendship established by her to inject a poetic style in Charles Rosen.
4 '
'8
Harry Mogelever
the young Jewish hero in the her novel, and "The. King's Per-
by a son, Harry C.; three grand-
5 -
9
Kogen
plot, Abram the son of Baruch sons" has emerged as an able Israel Firm Gets
children; and two great grand- Max
5
9
A. (Isaac) Korman
the financier,. and Simon the evaluation of a tragic period in
5
children.
9
Rachel. Zager.
5
* * *
9
Aaron Jackson
Monk, the debate over the eth- the history of the Middle Ages. Gibraltar Contract
9
5
Jacob Rosenshine
HAIFA,- (JTA)—Solel Boneh,_ SAMUEL GINSBURG, 633
ics of the various faiths 'ensues. Mrs. Greenberg now lives with
6
Louis
David
Feldman
10
Troubles begin- to brew. It her husband, a vocational re- the construction firm of the His- Brainard, died Feb. 24. Survived
-
.
6
10
Sophie Meisner
tadrut, has been a w a r de d by a nephew and nieces.
6
10
Meyer
Applebaum
habilitation counselor, and two through its subsidiary in Cyprus
6
10
- * * *
Bertha Fischer •
sons in Golden, Colo.
6
10
Rose
Temchin
for the
a arge-sca 1contract
e
ROSE ROSENZWEIG, 18246 Julius Cohen
6
10
6
construction in Gibraltar of vari-_ Appoline, died Feb. 24. Sur-
10
Rudolph Goldman
6
10
Irwin
Rosenbaum
Cloth Union Founder •ous projects, including military vived by two sons, Louis and_ Ben Citrin - .
6
10
Fannie
In loving memory of
installations, it was announced Dr. Leonard of Grand Rapids;
11
Harry Faber
Leventen, who left us on Feb,. Abe Miller Dies at 76
here by Simcha Golan, a spokes- two daughters, Mrs. Max K.
11
Samuel Liberson
NEW YORK (JTA)—Abe Mil- man for the firm.
3.3, 1954 (11 days in Adar). "To
11
Faige Sender
(Sophie)
Newman
and
Mrs.
Abe
11
Sarah
Bass
live in the _hearts of those you ler, secretary-treasurer of the
He noted that Gibraltar will
Rose Aronoff
leave behind' is not to die." Sadly Amalgamated Clothing Workers • be the eleventh country where (Bessie) Bass of Calif.; three
Louis Menenberg
11
missed by her daughter, sister, of America's New York Joint Solel Boneh has been awarded brothers; two sisters; 15 grand-
Bertha Peterman
children;
and
13
great
grand-
Board
and
a
national
vice-presi-
relatives and many friends.
8
12
Clara
Eisenberg
contracts.
children.
dent of the union, died Feb. 20
8
- 12-
Morris Rosen
Golan disclosed that French
- 8
12
Samuel
Techner
at 76.
8
12 •
and German financial firms had
Isadore Kramer
Sidney A. Deitch
8
His activity in the labor promised to back Solel Boneh
12
Elizabeth Bushkin
8
IN MEMORIAM
12
Lena Farber "
DETROIT MONUMENT
movement goes back to the New if it is awarded a contract to
12
Louis
Kleiman
The Hannah Schloss
York garment workers strike of
WORKS
build a $30,000,000 hospital in
Best Quality Granites
Old Timers
1912, and to the founding of a country "in this region," which
Yeshiva Beth Yehuda
Personalized Designs
mourns the passing of
the Amalgamated, in 1914.
12305 Dexter
Priced Reasonable
he
declined
to
name.
Lawton
2744 W. Davison cor.
one of its distinguished
The Jewish Labor Committee,
WE 1-0203
DI
1-1175
TO 8-6923
members
of which Miller was one of the
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founders 30 years ago, and the
MAX
Workinen's Circle, to which he
had belonged since 1908, issued
GREENBLATT
statements mourning his pass-
We pay tribute to his
ing.
memory for his friend-
ship, for all the good
19th Century Physicist
deeds that marked his
Leopold Loewenherz, a 19th
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Formerly Karl Berg Memorials
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felt sympathies go to
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near
CAPITAL
13405
omer and physicist, was a pio-
the entire Greenblatt
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neer
in
the
development
of
as-
family. May they be
tronomical instruments. He
consoled in their hour
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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Frid ay, March 1, 1963

`The King's Persons,' Noteworthy
NOvel by Joanne Greenberg, Deals
with Era of Jews' Massacre in York

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