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February 07, 1964 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1964-02-07

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OBITUARIES

MONTREAL, (JTA)—Several ficials will meet with Rabbi
hundred students at Loyola Col- Samuel Cass, director of the
lege and McGill University of Bnai Brith Hillel Foundation at
ANNA SCHREIBER, of De-
BETTY ROBINS, 75 Sproat ,
ROSE RUBIN, 18251 Bir-
Montreal have ,received "hate" McGill, to discuss the problem troit, died Feb. 5. She leaves
literature mailed from some and a meeting with university a sons Raymond; five daughters, died Jan. 30. Survived by a sis - wood, died Feb. 6. Survived by
point in Montreal. The litera authorities has been proposed. Mrs. Gilbert (Evelyn) Fink, ter, Mrs. Rae Goldman; and two a son, Dr. Nathan, and three
nephews, Sanford S. Goldman grandchildren.
ture arrives in a medium-sized
For the most part, the litera- Mrs. Irving (Sylka) Burnstein,
* * *
plain brown envelope with no ture is being sent to non-Jews, Mrs. Mervin (Elaine) Jacobson, and Marvin Goldman.
* * *
HERMAN
PORTNEY, 17381
return address.
but some Jews have been recip- Mrs. Carol (Maxine) Fidler and
BELLA SHOMER, 540 Har- Meyers, died Feb. 2. He leaves
The envelope contains back ients. Most of the latter do not Mrs. Irving •(Bluma) Ellman;
per, died Jan. 31. Survived by a son, Raymond; two daughters,
issues of "Common Sense," an have Jewish names.
two brothers, 14 grandchildren
a nephew, Morris Shomov; and Mrs. Max (Bea9 Lynder and
American anti-Semitic newspa-
This type of literature has and four great-grandchildren.
three nieces, Mrs. Sam (Esther) Mrs. James (Eleanor) Mettcoff;
per, leaflets against the Jews been circulated before, but not
* * *
Meisel, Mrs. Rose Klein and three sisters and four grand-
and Negroes and other racist to such a great extent. "Some-
NATHAN DALITZ, Ann Ar-
children.
material.
One is spending a lot of money bor, died Feb. 4. Survived by Mrs. Freda Zieve.
* * *
* * *
The McGill Daily, organ of this time," the CJC officials
wife, Sara; a son, Morris; two
JULIA
KUKLA,
8362 Rose-
the student body, has ap- said.
ETTA DAVIS EDWARDS,
daughters, Mrs. Irving Sperling
lawn, died Jan. 29. Survived by
pealed to all students who
4268
Waverly,
died
Feb.
3.
Sur-
and Mrs. Jewel Blumenfeld;
husband, Ervin.
have received the discrimina-
and four grandchildren. Inter- vived by three sons, Harvey of
Desecration Leads
tory literature to turn the
Ontairio,
Calif.,
Byron
of
Ber-
ment Ann Arbor.
material in.
Miss Israel of 1963, who com-
to Closing Historic
wyn, Ill. and Waren; three sis-
"The envelopes are of utmost
peted in the Miss Universe Con-
ters and two grandchildren.
test, was Sherine Ibrahim, a
importance," a Daily official de- Cemetery in East
Council Shop Manager
* * *
Moslem. She was the first Mos-
clared, "because it might be
PHILADELPHIA, (JTA) —
MAX SNEIDER, 11501 Pe- lem to represent Israel
possible to establish the point The Jewish War Veterans has Sidney W. Edelstein Dies
in
Sidney W. Edelstein, 18421 toskey, died Feb. 2. He leaves a worldwide competition.
of mailing and trace the offered to post members as cus-
son,
Bernard;
a
sister,
Mrs.
sender."
todians on Sundays at the his- Mark Twain, died Feb. 1. He
Samuel (Rose) Tratner; and
An official of the community toric Mikveh Israel Cemetery, was 58.
Mr. Edelstein was resale man- three grandchildren.
relations department of Cana- site of the graves of Haym Salo-
* * *
dian Jewish Congress, stated: mon and the Gratz family. ager of the Council Shop on
EVA
HILLER,
13249 S. Nor-
McGill, to discuss the problem, which has been closed because Puritan Ave., a second-hand
and are taking all steps to deal of damage and desecration by store whose profits help support folk, died Feb. 2. She leaves
Jewish charities. He had been three sons, Sidney, Leo and Sol;
with it. It is evident that the vandals.
During the coming
The offer was made by Philip with the Council Shop for three a daughter, Mrs. Jerome (Hel-
people mailing this literature
ene) Harris; one brother and
week Yeshiva Beth
are using the student direc- Margolis. new president of the years.
Yehuda will observe
He is survived by his wife, nine grandchildren.
tories, systematically blanketing Mikveh Israel Congregation,
* * *
the Yahrzeit of the
the student bodies. It seems which owns the famous burial Betty; two brothers, Jack and
following departed
JOSEPH WEINBERGER,
they are going through the grounds, a national and state Sam; and a sister, Mrs. Sophe
friends, with the
Land.
20049
Stansbury,
died
Feb.
4.
directories alphabetically, and historical site. The cemetery is
traditional Memorial
He leaves his wife, Ethel; two
by now have reached at least now open to visitors only by
Prayers, recitation of
prior arrangement with the con- Furrier Harry Haberman daughters, Mrs. Harvey (Rita)
the letter 'C.' "
Kaddish and study-
Budd and Mrs. Irwin (Elaine)
ing of Mishnayes.
The official explained his gregation for a specific time.
Succumbs at Age 70
Wolfe ;a brother, two sisters
department will "collect as The JWV said it would supply
Hebrew Civil
Detroit furrier Harry M. Ha- and four grandchildren.
much of the material as pos- volunteer custodians so that the
Shevat Feb.
* * *
sible for submission to the cemetery could be kept open on berman, 70, died Tuesday in his
Esther Glicksman
26
9
SAMUEL MAUTNER, 7015
Theodore Lipman
appropriate authorities, who Sundays for visitors to historical home at 19451 Griggs.
26
9
Goldie Cooper
He
was
26
the
owner
of
Haber-
Thatcher,
died
Feb.
4.
Survived
9
sections
of
Philadelphia.
will then be in a position to
Selma (Sadie) Levin
26
9
man and Son Furriers, 1346 by four daughters, Mary, Mrs.
document the nature and ex-
Sam Evans
26
9
Isaac Rabinowitz
26
9
Broadway, and lived in Detroit Morton (Sara) Garelick, Mrs.
tent of the hate mailings."
Toronto Police Chief
Jennie Shore
26
9
36 years.
Saul (Pauline) Bloom, and Mrs.
Harry Cohen
Canadian Jewish Congress of- Apologizes to Rabbi
26
9
Mr. Haberman leaves his Emeline Sampson; and eight
Myer Rosenberg
27
10
for His False Arrest
wife, Annie; a son, Hilton; two grandchildren.
Pearl Patent
27
10
*
*
*
Sophie
Engelman
27
daughters,
10
Mrs.
Harry (Sybil)
TORONTO, (JTA)—An apol-
Hyman Altman
27
10
BESSIE MEDVIN, Akron, Ohio,
ogy was tendered to Rabbi Nor- Eisenshtadt and Mrs. Harry
Jack Lublin
28
11
bert Leiner by Toronto Metro- (Ruth) Greenstein; three sis- died Jan. 29. Survived by two
Lifsha Oleshansky
28
In loving memory of our be-
11
Police Chief James Ma- ters, ten grandchildren and one sons, Jack of Detroit and Louis
Harry Reisman
28
11
loved mother, Rose Hershman, politan
Abraham Meyers
28
11
ckey over the rabbi's false ar- great-grandchild.
of Akron; a daughter, Jeannette
Shraga Feivel Joseph 28
who passed away Feb. 9, 1956, rest and mistreatment in 1962.
11
of Akron; and two grandchildren.
Bessie Baker
28
11
27 days in Shevat. Sadly missed
* * *
The apology was one of the
Leah Hirsch
and always remembered by her terms of an out-of-court settle- Last of Ullstein Brothers,
29
12
ALBERT STEIN. 20100 Vo-
Mary Fill
29
12
daughter, Shirley C. Altman, ment reached in the case in German Publisher, Dies trobeck Ct., died Feb. 5. Sur-
Sima Kaila Bas
Moshe
and son, Irving A. Hershman. which the New York rabbi re-
29
12
BERLIN — Publisher Rudolf vived by three daughters, Mrs.
Esther Klaus
29
12
* * *
Harry
Zolkower
ceived a financial settlement of Ullstein died Sunday in his Morrey (Allen) Prujansky, Mrs.
29
12
Max Wain
In cherished memory of our undisclosed size. The defendants
29
12
Jerome (Ruth) Effron, of Phoe-
Ben Weider
29
12
beloved brother, William George were two detectives and six con- home here at the age of 89.
Eugene Jacob Goodman 29 12
He was the last of five nix, Ariz., and Mrs. William
Caplan, who left us Feb. 6, 1941. stables.
(Harriet)
Fagenson;
four
broth-
brothers who put out two news-
Chashe Miriam
Forever in our hearts your
Levenson
The police chief wrote that
30
ers, three sisters, and five
13
Miriam Schey
memory is enshrined. Very it was "unfortunate" that the papers before World War II.
30
13
Ullstein emigrated to Great grandchildren.
Dora Seidel
30
13
deeply missed by your brother, rabbi's "conscientious religious
Leo Nathan Spector
30
13
Britain in 1939 after the pub-
Abraham Wolok
sister and their families—Dr. beliefs" contributed to "the mis-
30 13
lishing house had been sold
B. B. Caplan and Mrs. Ann Feld- understanding that resulted in
Sid Wolfson's
under Nazi orders. He returned
man.
Adar Feb.
the regrettable incident." Rabbi to Germany in 1952 to help re-
MONUMENT CENTER, INC.
David Davis
1
14
Leiner was arrested on a Jew- build the business. He retired
661 E. 8 MILE, FERNDALE
Jeanette Helen
ish Sabbath when he refused to in 1960. His nephew Karl, who
1 1/2 Blocks E. of Woodward
Bernstein
14
6 Blks. from 3 Jewish
Joseph Freedman
1
14
go with officers to their police assisted him, died last month.
Sylvan Ginsburgh
Cemeteries on Woodward
Max Harris
1
14
car.
He
was
compelled
to
do
so.
Fannie Remer
and son Bob are grate-
JO 4-5557
1
14
LI 2-8266
Mary Weingarden
1
14
f u I to their many
Jewish Group Granted
Chananya Willis
1
14
JNF
Drive
in
Germany
friends, teachers and
DUSSELDORF, (JTA) — A Consultative Status
Ben Solomon
2
15
students who expressed
Sara Miller
2
15
MONUMENTS
nationwide fund - rasing cam- With World Health Body
Mrs. Wolfson
kindnesses to them in
2
15
paign with a goal of 2,500,000
Bella Ellias
See
2
SAMUEL
GORLICK
15
GENEVA,
(JTA)—The
Inter-
their bereavement over
Sam Osnos
2
15
Deutschemarks ($625.000) for national -Council of Jewish So-
at the old and reliable
the sudden death of
the planting of 180,000 trees in cial and Welfare Services was
SHELDON GRANITE CO.
Yeshiva
Beth
Yehuda
Israel, to memorialize the 180,- granted consultative status with
19800 Woodward Ave.
BERNICE
Detroit, Mich. — TO 8-1724
12305 Dexter
000 German Jews annihilated in the World Health Organization.
Serving The Jewish. Community
G1NSBURGH
concentration camps during the The action was taken on unan-
For Over 60 Years
WE 1-0203
wife and mother.
Hitler holocaust, was launched imous recommendation of the
here. The drive will be conduct- WHO standing committee on
ed under the auspices of the non-governmental organizations.
Sidney A. Deitch
Jewish National Fund. The trees
Charles H. Jordan, European
will be planted near the road director of the Joint Distribu-
from Jertisalem to the Jorda- tion Committee serves as in-
The Family of the Late
Serving Detroit's Jewish Community from the Same Location
nian border.
terim executive secretary of the
for
30 Years . . . "Our Experience Is Your Guarantee"
SOL BARON
Council which comprises six ma-
2744 W. Davison at Lawton
TOwnsend 8-6923
Israeli
Journalist
Dies
jor Jewish overseas welfare ag-
Acknowledges with
(Between Linwood and Dexter)
Evenings: DI 1-2276
TEL
AVIV,
(JTA)

Hun-
Best
Quality
Granites—Personalized
Designs
Reasonably Priced
encies.
grateful appreciation
dreds of journalists and mem
the many kind expres-
hers of the staff of Davar, the
sions of sympathy ex-
Histadrut daily, were among the
tended by relatives and
mourners attending funeral
D
friends during the
services here for Yitzhak Yaari,
Formerly
Karl
Berg
Memorials
And
Manuel
Urbach
& Son
family's recent be-
a member of the editorial staff
reavement.
of Davar.
13405 CAPITAL NEAR COOLIDGE. OAK PARK
LI 4-2212
He died Sunday of a heart at-
OPEN DAILY & SUNDAY 9 A.M. TO 5 P.M., CLOSED SATURDAY
tack. He was 48.

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