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February 21, 1964 - Image 39

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1964-02-21

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ritan's Lord Harlech Succumbs;
Influenced Policy on Palestine

L o r d•
LONDON (JTA)
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
for Palestine.
In 1933, Ormsby-Gore was

OBITUARIES

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,
Nations.
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-
* * *
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.
problem.
* *
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-
ROSE LEFKOVITS,
4294
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
• * *
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
* * *
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
(Carole);
one
sister
and
seven
Jewry and the Arabs.
Wruble.
grandchildren.
In 1938, he drafted the Brit-
* * *
* * *
ish V.rhite Paper on Palestine,
MURRAY JACKSON, 13000
1
MORRIS
MULLER, 23080
again urging Palestine partition Oak Park Blvd., died Feb. 16.
Marlowe,
Oak
Park,
died
Feb.
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
two
sisters.
in 1938 when, upon the death
Yehudo will observe
Memorial Service
* * 4:
the Yahrzeit of the
of his father, he became the Rabbi Kalmanowitz,
Set for Crash Victim fourth
following
departed
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,
traditional Memorial
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-
NEW
YORK
(JTA)—Rabbi
Mrs.
James
(Ruth)
Waidley;
ing of Mishnayes.
in a plane crash over Lake Erie, Radom Ghetto Survivor,
Abraham
Kalmanowitz,
73,
head
two brothers and one sister.
will be held 3 p.m. Sunday at Gabriel Eisman Dies;
Hebrew Civil
of the world-renowned Mirrer
* * *
Temple Israel. The Wayne
Adar Feb.
Yeshiva, died in Miami Beach
County coronor only recently Zionist Leader Here
ALEX GERBER, 23600 Mar-
10
23
Louis David Feldman
last
week.
The
body
was
flown
Honorary
president
of
Rado-
issued the certificate of death
lowe, Oak Park, died Feb. 13
10
23
Sophie Meisner
after
the
services
to
Israel
for
mer
Mutual
Society,
Gabriel
10
23
Meyer
Applebaum
for Flashenberg, of 18021 Park-
in Miami Beach. He leaves a
10
23
Bertha Fischer
Eisman, died Monday at age 70. interment.
side.
daughter, Mrs. Al Shacket; two
10
23
Rose Temchin
Mr. Eisman, 18910 Penning-
10
23
Julius Cohen
Mr. Flashenberg, 52, was on the
At the outbreak of the Sec- brothers, one sister and four
10
23
Rudolph Goldman
way to a Buffalo bridge tourna- ton. was born in Radom, Po- ond World War, Rabbi Kal- grandchildren.
10
23
Irwin Rosenbaum
10
23
Ben Citrin
* * *
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
11
24
Rose Aronoff
24
11
Sarah Bass
to set up by the Nazis there. hai and after the war to the Pennington, died Feb. 17. Sur-
were never recovered.
24
11
Harry Faber
A former history instructor Placed in the Nazi camp at United States.
24
vived by wife, Helen; a daugh-
11
Faige Sender
24
11
at Wayne State University Radom in 1943. he was moved
While he was active during ter, Mrs. Oscar (Rena) Gold-
Bertha Peterman
24
11
Samuel Liberson
and at the University of Illi- to the Vaihigen, Germany, con- the war in bringing many berg; two brothers and three
24
11
Louis Menenberg
11
24
nois, where he did graduate
Rebecca Katz
centration camp the following Jewish leaders, students and grandchildren.
* *
studies, Mr. Flashenberg re- year. He was liberated in 1945. rabbinic scholars to the
12
25
Morris Rosen
12
25
ceived both his bachelors and
Samuel Techner
Mr. Eisman lived in Germany United States, his major un-
BENJAMIN KING, 18637
12
25
Mr. A. H. Grace
masters degrees from Wayne until 1949, when he came to dertaking was the massive re- Meyers, died Feb. 19. Survived
12
25
Isadoer Kramer
12
25
State.
Elizabeth Bushkin
the United States. Always an location of the yeshiva which by two sons, Meyer and Isadore;
12
25
Clara
Eisenberg
A manufacturers representa- active Zionist, even in Poland, involved a trek of 16,000
two daughters, Mrs. Yona Rad-
12
25
Lena Farber
12
25
tive for Ashland Oil Co. at the he continued his work for the miles from Lithuania to zin and Mrs. Raymond (Lela)
Louis Kleiman
time of his death, Mr. Flashen- movement in Detroit with the Shanghai.
Henkin; one brother, three sis-
13
26
Morris Abel
13
26
berg was a member of Perfec- Radomer Society.
In the course of his activities, ters and 12 grandchildren.
Harry Altman
13
26
Abraham
Berkowitz
*
*
*
tion Lodge, F. & A.M. and be-
He is survived by his wife, he met President Franklin Del-
26
Isadore Walter Golden 13
longed to Temple Israel.
Chana Feiga Bas
ETHEL I. GOLDBERG, 15373
Helen; a daughter, Mrs. Oscar ano Roosevelt several times.
26
13
Reb Schmuel
He is survived by his wife, (Rena) Goldberg; two brothers,
The original group of 600 Kentfield, died Feb. 16. She
13
26
Simcha Kleinemus
Charlotte; two daughters, Lie- Martin of Detroit and Abram teachers and students of the leaves her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
13
26
Karl Loewenstein
13
26
Hirsh
Neimark
sel and Valerie; a son, Lewis: of New York; and three grand- yeshiva had grown to 3,000 with Samuel Goldberg; two sisters
13
26
Tchesna Neimark
his mother, Mrs. Abraham Flash- children.
the addition of other refugees and her grandmother, Mrs. Re-
13
26
Fannie Rosenthal
13
26
Irving Zeff
enberg; and a sister, Mrs. Eman-
during the long journey to va Honigman.
uel Rosen.
Kobe, Japan. There, the yeshiva
14
27
Max Ellias
14
27
Max Laker
Rabbis Fram and Syme and Hyman Lewin-Epstein, was re-established under the
14
27
Sarah Cooper
Cantor Orbach will officiate at Active Zionist, Dies
eyes of suspicious Japanese of-
Sid Wolfson's
14
27
Mr. Liebergott
14
27
Ellis Markofsky
the memorial service.
Hyman Lewin-Epstein, former ficials but after the Japanese
MONUMENT CENTER, INC.
14
27
Bessie Kushner
Detroiter and member of a fa- attack on Pearl Harbor, it was
661 E. 8 MILE, FERNDALE
15
28
Eva Bunin
mous Zionist family, died in Or- moved to Shanghai where it
1 1/2 Blocks E. of Woodward
15
28
Harry Levin
6 Blks. from 3 Jewish
lando, Fla., Feb. 7 at age 69.
remained for the duration of
15
28
The Family of the Late
Chayim
Wolfson
Cemeteries on Woodward
15
28
Esther Rosenfeld
Mr. Lewin-Epstein, born in Re- the war.
JO 4.5557
LI 24266
15
28
Louis Kukes
JACOB
hovoth, Palestine, was the son of
In spite of wartime diffi-
15
22
Esther Fagen
an early pioneer who helped culties, Rabbi Kalmanowitz
KAUFMAN
16
29
Michael Goldfarb
establish the Carmel wine in- continued to send the group
announces the unveil-
16
29
Nathan Ruzumna
MONUMENTS
29
16
Alfred Wineman
dustry of Israel at Rishon l'Zion. financial aid through neutral
ing of a monument in
16
29
Mr. Wilson
He came to the United
See SAMUEL GORLICK
governments. While in Shang-
his memory 12 noon
16
29
Bessie Katz
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
SHELDON GRANITE CO.
continued their studies but
Westwood Cemetery.
19800 Woodward Ave.
York. During his high school
managed to print some 38,000
Rabbi Gordon will of-
12305 Dexter
Detroit, Mich. — TO 8-1724
years, he lived in Detroit with
copies of books on improvised
ficiate. Relatives and
Serving The Jewish Community
WE 1-0203
For Over 60 Years
his sister and brother-in-law
printing presses made from
friends are asked to
the late Rabbi and Mrs. A.M.
stones.
attend.
Hershman, and graduated
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
Philomathic Debating Society. has flourished during the past
Serving Detroit's Jewish Community from the Same Location
A World War I veteran, he two decades.
The Family of the Late
was in business for several years
for 30 Years . . . "Our Experience Is Your Guarantee"
here and in Ohio, later working
The greater the man, the
2744 W. Davison at Lawton
TOwnsend 8-6923
MORRIS GREENSPON
(Between Linwood and Dexter)
Evenings: DI 1-2276
for the New York state civil greater are his evil inclinations.
Best Quality Granites—Personalized Designs Reasonably Priced
Acknowledges with
service. He retired in 1962 and —Sukkan 52.
grateful appreciation
moved to Orlando, where he
the many kind expres-
became a member of C o n g.
sions of sympathy ex-
Ohev Shalom, Zionist Organiza-
tended by relatives
tion of America and the Jew-
and friends during the
ish War Veterans.
Formerly Karl Berg Memorials And Manuel Urbach & Son
family's recent be-
He is survived by his wife,
reavement.
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LI 4-2212
Florence; a son, Max of New
York; a brother and three grand-
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39-THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS—Friday, February 21, 1964

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