ritan's Lord Harlech Succumbs;
Influenced Policy on Palestine
L o r d•
Harlech, former William G. A.
Ormsby-Gore, who played a
prominent role in the develop-
ment of the British govern-
ment's policies toward Palestine
for many years, died here Feb.
14. He was 78. -
Ormsby-Gore, the father of
Sir David Ormsby-Gore, present
British ambassador to Washing-
ton, became an expert on the
Middle • East- during and after
_World War • I, and was one of
the government's political of-
. ficers during the negotiations
, that led to the issuance of the
Balfour Declaration in 1917.
The late Dr. Chaim Weiz-
mann regarded him as a
supporter of Zionist aims
regarding Palestine. In 1919,
he was a member of the Brit-
ish delegation to the Paris
Peace Conference, out of
which grew Britain's assump-
tion of the mandatory power
In 1933, Ormsby-Gore was
one of the first world states-
men to denounce Hitler's racist
policies and, particularly, Hit-
BERTHA MINSKY, 15251
LENA GEER, 18090 North-
EVA GREENBAUM, 21421
ler's "Mein Kampf," in an ad- Northfield, Oak Park, died lawn, died Feb. 14. Survived by Westhampton, Oak Park, died
dress before the League of Feb. 15. She leaves a son, Har- husband, Charles; a daughter, Feb. 16. She leaves two sons,
old; a daughter, Mrs. Jerome Mrs. Jark B. (Ida) Simons; one Joe and Maurice; two daugh-
As colonial secretary, he Salesin; four brothers, two sis- sister and three grandchildren. ters, Mrs. Nathan (Sadie) Su-
named the famous Peel Com- ters and three grandchildren.
therland and Mrs. Martin (Frie-
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mission, which tried to find a
MAX WEINER, 19728 Ard- da) Levine; six grandchildren
solution to the Palestine
JACOB GUROVSKY, 19487 more, died Feb. 14., He leaves and 11 great-grandchildren.
Oakfield, died Feb. 15. He his wife, Rita; a daughter, Mrs.
After the commission had leaves his wife, Anna; a son, Jack (Esther) Sackin; one bro-
proposed division of Palestine
Joseph Jordan; a daughter, Mrs. ther, four sisters and two grand- Clements, died Feb. 17. Sur-
into a Jewish state, an Arab Irivng H. (Mary) Feldman; one children.
vived by two sons, David Lesko,
state and a . British mandate - sister, five grandchildren and
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of Denver, Colo., and Edward
area, he advanced that plan two great-grandchildren.
MAX GREENBERG, 18285 Levitt, of Metairie, La.; two
in the House of Commons in
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Roselawn, died Feb. 14. He daughters, Mrs. David (Ella)
1937. Parliament declined to
IRIS H. DuFINE, Miami leaves his wife, Anna; a son, Sauber, of Niagara Falls, N. Y.,
act on the proposal, forward- Beach Fla., died Feb. 16. She
and Mrs. Marvin (Dr. Madelin)
ing it to the League of Na- leaves her mother, Helen Du- Norman S.; three daughters, Rosenthal; eight grandchildren
Lorraine, Mrs. Steven (Betty)
tions. The League criticized
Fine; a brother, Alan; and a
and 10 great grandchildren.
the plan, as did organized sister, Mrs. Melvin (Barbara) Skibicki and Mrs. Sam Pisani
Jewry and the Arabs.
In 1938, he drafted the Brit-
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ish V.rhite Paper on Palestine,
MURRAY JACKSON, 13000
again urging Palestine partition Oak Park Blvd., died Feb. 16.
and proposing limitation of Jew- He leaves his wife, Blanche;
ish immigration into Palestine. two daughters, Sharon and Rita; 14. He leaves his wife, Dora;
a daughter, Mrs. Russell (An-
A member of Parliament for one brother and five sisters.
During the coming
nette) Meskin; five brothers and
many years, he left the House
week Yeshiva Beth
in 1938 when, upon the death
Yehudo will observe
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the Yahrzeit of the
of his father, he became the Rabbi Kalmanowitz,
Set for Crash Victim fourth
baron, Lord Harlech. The
JULIA MELLEN, 18215 Wis-
friends, with the
consin, died Feb. 14. She
William Flashenberg present ambassador to Washing- Head of Yeshiva,
leaves her husband Ned; two
Memorial service for William ton now inherits that title.
Prayers, recitation of
Is Dead at Age 73
daughters, Audrey Jean and
Flashenberg, who died Nov. 2
Kaddish and study-
ing of Mishnayes.
in a plane crash over Lake Erie, Radom Ghetto Survivor,
two brothers and one sister.
will be held 3 p.m. Sunday at Gabriel Eisman Dies;
of the world-renowned Mirrer
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Temple Israel. The Wayne
Yeshiva, died in Miami Beach
County coronor only recently Zionist Leader Here
ALEX GERBER, 23600 Mar-
Louis David Feldman
issued the certificate of death
lowe, Oak Park, died Feb. 13
for Flashenberg, of 18021 Park-
in Miami Beach. He leaves a
Eisman, died Monday at age 70. interment.
daughter, Mrs. Al Shacket; two
Mr. Eisman, 18910 Penning-
Mr. Flashenberg, 52, was on the
At the outbreak of the Sec- brothers, one sister and four
way to a Buffalo bridge tourna- ton. was born in Radom, Po- ond World War, Rabbi Kal- grandchildren.
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ment with two friends when the land, and for three years, from manowitz moved the yeshiva
accident occurred. The bodies 1940 to 1943, lived in the ghet- from Mir in Lithuania to Shang-
GABRIEL N. EISMAN, 18910
to set up by the Nazis there. hai and after the war to the Pennington, died Feb. 17. Sur-
were never recovered.
A former history instructor Placed in the Nazi camp at United States.
vived by wife, Helen; a daugh-
at Wayne State University Radom in 1943. he was moved
While he was active during ter, Mrs. Oscar (Rena) Gold-
and at the University of Illi- to the Vaihigen, Germany, con- the war in bringing many berg; two brothers and three
nois, where he did graduate
centration camp the following Jewish leaders, students and grandchildren.
studies, Mr. Flashenberg re- year. He was liberated in 1945. rabbinic scholars to the
ceived both his bachelors and
Mr. Eisman lived in Germany United States, his major un-
BENJAMIN KING, 18637
Mr. A. H. Grace
masters degrees from Wayne until 1949, when he came to dertaking was the massive re- Meyers, died Feb. 19. Survived
the United States. Always an location of the yeshiva which by two sons, Meyer and Isadore;
A manufacturers representa- active Zionist, even in Poland, involved a trek of 16,000
two daughters, Mrs. Yona Rad-
tive for Ashland Oil Co. at the he continued his work for the miles from Lithuania to zin and Mrs. Raymond (Lela)
time of his death, Mr. Flashen- movement in Detroit with the Shanghai.
Henkin; one brother, three sis-
berg was a member of Perfec- Radomer Society.
In the course of his activities, ters and 12 grandchildren.
tion Lodge, F. & A.M. and be-
He is survived by his wife, he met President Franklin Del-
Isadore Walter Golden 13
longed to Temple Israel.
Chana Feiga Bas
ETHEL I. GOLDBERG, 15373
Helen; a daughter, Mrs. Oscar ano Roosevelt several times.
He is survived by his wife, (Rena) Goldberg; two brothers,
The original group of 600 Kentfield, died Feb. 16. She
Charlotte; two daughters, Lie- Martin of Detroit and Abram teachers and students of the leaves her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
sel and Valerie; a son, Lewis: of New York; and three grand- yeshiva had grown to 3,000 with Samuel Goldberg; two sisters
his mother, Mrs. Abraham Flash- children.
the addition of other refugees and her grandmother, Mrs. Re-
enberg; and a sister, Mrs. Eman-
during the long journey to va Honigman.
Kobe, Japan. There, the yeshiva
Rabbis Fram and Syme and Hyman Lewin-Epstein, was re-established under the
Cantor Orbach will officiate at Active Zionist, Dies
eyes of suspicious Japanese of-
the memorial service.
Hyman Lewin-Epstein, former ficials but after the Japanese
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Mr. Lewin-Epstein, born in Re- the war.
hovoth, Palestine, was the son of
In spite of wartime diffi-
an early pioneer who helped culties, Rabbi Kalmanowitz
establish the Carmel wine in- continued to send the group
announces the unveil-
dustry of Israel at Rishon l'Zion. financial aid through neutral
ing of a monument in
He came to the United
See SAMUEL GORLICK
governments. While in Shang-
his memory 12 noon
at the old and reliable
States as a small child and
hai, the scholars not only
Sunday, March 1,. at
Yeshiva Beth Yehuda
lived with his parents in New
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continued their studies but
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York. During his high school
managed to print some 38,000
Rabbi Gordon will of-
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years, he lived in Detroit with
copies of books on improvised
ficiate. Relatives and
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For Over 60 Years
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the late Rabbi and Mrs. A.M.
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After the war, Rabbi Kal-
Sidney A. Deitch
from Central H i g h School, manowitz brought the yeshiva
where he was active with the over to this country where it
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39-THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS—Friday, February 21, 1964