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July 17, 1964 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1964-07-17

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Joel Brand Is Dead; Was Emissary
in Eichmann's Truck-for-Lives Deal

usual misison in the trial of
BONN (JTA) — Joel Brand, a
Jewish journalist who was selected Adolf Eichmann in Jerusalem in
1961 and later in other trials
by Adolf Eichmann as an emissary
involving the destruction by the
in the bizarre and abortive Nazi
Nazis of Hungarian Jewry. He
offer to the Allies to :exchange
was an Israeli citizen at his
trucks for doomed Jews, died Tues-
day in a hospital at Bad Kissengen death.
after a heart attack. He was 58.
According to Brand's account,
He had testified on his tin- Eichmann chose him to convey an
offer to the Allies of a proposed
trade of 1,000,000 Hungarian Jews
for 10,000 trucks which the Nazis
needed in the final months of the
war as the Red Army swept toward
Hungary. Brand was arrested by
the the British Military command
in Aleppo and kept in custody for
(Unveiling announcements may be
inserted by mailing or by calling The some four months.
Jewish News office, 17100 W. 7 Mile
Brand had been copresident of
Rd., Detroit 35, VE 8-9364. Written an-
nouncements must be accompanied by the Palestine office and of Keren
the name and address of the person Hayesod in Budapest and an or-
making the insertion. There is a stand-
ing charge of $3.00 for an unveiling ganizer of the Jewish Rescue Com-
notice, measuring an inch in depth.) mittee in that city, organized to try
* * *
to stve Hungarian Jews.
The family of the late Max Swa-
rinsky announces the unveiling of Alex Colman Succumbs;
a monument in his memory noon
Sunday, July 19, at Chesed shel Was Steel Salesman
Emes Cemetery. Relatives and
Alex Colman, 15441 Park, Oak
friends are asked to attend.
Park, died July 10 at Art Center
* * *
Hospital, Mr. Colman, 52, had
The family of the late Mary lived in the area for 38 years,
Coopersmith announces the unveil- and was a steel salesman for Barry
ing of a monument in her memory Universal Corp.
12:30 p.m. Sunday, July 26, at
He was a member of Cong. Beth
Workmen's Circle Cemetery (Yid- Shalom; Mosaic Lodge 530, F. and
dish Folks Farein Section). Rabbi A.M.; Detroit Consistory; Town
Arm will officiate. Relatives and and Country Club; Bnai Brith,
Oak Woods Lodge; and Jewish
friends are asked to attend.
* * *
War Veterans, Eli Levin Post.
He is survived by his wife,
The family of the late Sarah
Berman announce the unveiling Lillian; three sons, Richard, Neil
of a monument in her memory 1 and Mark; two brothers, Alan Cole-
p.m. Sunday, July 19, at Machpelah man and Nat Cohen; and two
Cemetery. Rabbi Lehrman will of- sisters, Mrs. George Fineman and
ficiate. Relatives and friends are Mrs. Sheri Kruaus.
asked to attend.
* * *
Mrs. Sarah Phillips Dies
The family of the late Miley J.
Mrs. Sarah Phillips, an active
Pomerance announces the unveil- club woman in the community died
ing of a monument in his memory Tuesday at age 50.
12:30 p.m. Sunday, July 19, at
The Toronto-born Mrs. Phillips,
Machpelah Cemetery. Rabbi Lehr- 18914 Stoepel, lived in Detroit 28
man will officiate. Relatives and years. She belonged to Tikvah
friends are asked to attend.
Chapter Bnai Brith, ORT, Adas
* * *
Shalom Sisterhood and Hadassah.
The family of the late Victor
She leaves her husband, Albert;
Packman announces the unveiling two sons, Arnold G. of Chicago
of a monument in his memory and Terry F.; a daughter, Mrs.
10:30 a.m. Sunday, July 26, at Melvin (Thelma) Shotten; mother,
Machpelah Cemetery. Rabbi Arm Mrs. Gittel Shumack of Toronto;
will officiate. Relatives and friends two brothers and two sisters.
asked to attend.
* * *
The family of the late Rose
In Loving Memory of
Staler announces the unveiling
of a monument in her memory 1
JENNIE
p.m. Sunday, July 26, at Chesed
NEWBERGER
shel Emes Cemetery. Rabbi Sperka
Dear Wife and Mother
will officiate. Relatives and friends
who left us on July 20,
are asked to attend.
1956. Sadly missed and
lovingly remembered by
her husband, Nathan; and
daughters, Marjorie and
The Family of the Late
Mrs. Abner (Adeline)
PAUL ROSETT
Rosenzweig.
Announces the unveiling
of a monument in his
memory 1 p.m. Sunday,
July 19, at Hebrew Memo-
rial Park. Rabbi Gold-
THE CENTER
schlag will officiate. Rela-
CULTURE CLUB
tives and friends are ask-
expresses its deepest
to attend.
sympathy to the family of
the late

Monument
Unveilings

MRS. JENNIE
SCHUBINER

The Family of the Late

JOSEPH
WEINBERGER

Announces the unveiling
of a monument in his
memory 11:45 a.m. Sun-
day, July 26, at Northwest
Hebrew Memorial Park.
Rabbi Arm will officiate.
Relatives and friends are
asked to attend.

in your hour of
great sorrow.
D. Gornbein, Pres.

Jabotinsky Buried
Atop Mt. Herzl in
Solemn Ceremony

JERUSALEM (JTA) — The re-
mains of Vladimir Jabotinsky,
brought to Israel from the United
States, were finally laid to rest
atop Mount Herzl here after
solemn ceremonies in which many
of Jabotinsky's comrades joined
leaders of the Israel government
in paying respects to the memory
of the founder and leader of Re-
visionist Zionism.
As the bier bearing the Jabotin-
sky remains was placed in In-
dependence Square here, after
being brought from Tel Aviv,
President Zalman Shazar was first
to pass by the coffin.
Many thousands of Israelis lined
the streets of the city as the pro-
cession started from Independence
Square toward Mount Herzl. A
guard of honor surrounded the
coffin. The guard included Justice
Itzhak Olshin, president of Israel's
Supreme Court, who had been a
sergeant in the Jewish Legion,
serving with Jabotinsky.
Many spectators were turned
away when the cortege reached
Mount Herzl, only about 2,000
being permitted to participate in
the final rites. Acting Prime
Minister Abba Eban led the official
governmental party, followed by
members of the Cabinet, Parlia-
ment, the Supreme Court and
Rabbi Aryeh Levin, known during
the final mandate period as "the
prisoners' rabbi." The pallbearers
were leading members of the
Herut Party.
Members of Israel's defense
forces presented arms as the coffin
was lowered. President Shazar
placed the first shovel full of soil
atop the coffin.
A cantor chanted the Kad-
dish, with the entire group of
dignitaries repeating the prayer,
after which the Kaddish was re-
cited again this time by Prof.
Eri Jabotinsky, son of the Re-
visionist leader.
Speaker Kaddish Luz, in an hour-
long address, paid tribute to the
memory of the Zionist leader.
The speaker said that despite
sharp ideological differences which
still prevailed, the achievements
of Jabotinsky sufficed to make his
name eternal as one of the chosen
leaders of the era who contributed
much to the return to Zion and
to Israel's revival. Cabinet mem-
bers and members of the Jabotin-
sky family attended the special
Knesset session.
The coffins had been placed in
state in Tel Aviv after being
brought from Lydda Airport.
Menahem Beigin, leader of the
Herut Party, led a group of 300
persons which received the coffins
at the Lydda Airport when they
arrived from New York.
* * *

Mexican Jewry Honors
Memory of Revisionist

MEXICO CITY (JTA)—A mass
meeting honoring the memory of
Vladimir Jabotinsky, late leader
of the Zionist-Revisionists Move-
ment, was held here Sunday
night.
of virtually
Representatives
every Jewish and Zionist organiza-
tion in Mexico, and of the Israeli
Embassy here, participated in the
rites.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
31.
Friday, July 1'7, 1964

ROSH HASHANAH IS SEPT. 7

TO ORDER A MONUMENT
FOR THE HOLIDAY UNVEILING
NOW IS THE RIGHT TIME

OBITUARIES

SADIE WOHL VIZVARY, 1725
Pinecrest, Ferndale, died July 14.
She leaves three daughters, Mrs.
A. M. (Paula) Bookstein, Mrs.
Lawrence (Ruth) Nathan and Mrs.
Samuel (Marjorie) Hoffman; two
sisters, four grandchildren and one
great-grandchild.
* * *
BERT COLMAN, 19700 Roslyn
Rd., died July 12. He leaves his
wife, Irma B.; a son, Richard; two
daughters, Mrs. James (Janice) Rif-
kin and Jacqueline; his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Colman; and
one brother.
* * *
MORRIS MILLER, 18266 Coyle,
died July 10. He leaves his wife,
Sally; a son, Michael; his mother,
Mrs. Max Friedenthal; one brother
and one grandchild.
* * *
R 0 S E THORYN, 20221 Mark
Twain, died July 12. Survived by
a son, Burnett; a daughter, Mrs.
Abram (Shirley) Medow; three sis-
ters and five grandchildren. In-
terment Cleveland.
* * *
JOSEPH ZUMBERG, 3778 Mon-
terey, died July 11. Survived by
his wife, Fannie; three sons, Jack,
Nathan and Morton; two daugh-
ters, Mrs. David (Lillian) Joseph-
son of Fontana, Calif., and Mrs.
Charles (Minnie) Nathanson; three
step-daughters, Mrs. Max (Shirley)
Fried, Mrs. Miles (Natalie) Green-
wald and Mrs. Luis (Esther) Jerof-
sky; 16 grandchildren and three
great grandchildren.
* *
BELLE WEINER JEFFER, 5084
Winefred, Wayne, died July 11.
Survived by a brother, Morris
W e i n e r; and two sisters, Mrs.
Hannah Greenberg of Woodmere,
L.I. and Mrs. Edna Klein of Wash-
ington, D.C.
* * *
BERTHA FITZERMAN, 18700
Lesure, died July 9. Survived by
her father, Harry Borkofsky of
Toronto; two sons, William and
Robert; four brothers, two sisters
and two grandchildren.

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

Marion Eisen
Charles Kogan

Minnie Ruzumna
Esther Eisenstadt

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Max Blinder
Anna Sturman
Gershon Gelber
Joseph M. Seigle
Max Cohen

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Jennie Abrams
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Bertha Elias
Max Ettinger

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Hannah Freidel Keidan 14
Phillip Pomerantz
14
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Albert S. Thav
Max Reisman
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Minnie Harnick
Dora Lupiloff
Joseph Engelberg
Stanley Orloff
Ben Pupko

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DIRECTORS OF FUNERALS

HYMAN WEISENTHAL, 18633
George Washington, Southfield,
died July 14. He leaves his wife,
Blanche; a son, Louis of Villa-
nova, Pa.; three daughters, Mrs.
George (Emilee) Fleischer, Mrs.
Irving (Mamie) Katanick and Mrs.
William (May) Cherish; five broth-
ers, one sister, 16 grandchildren
and one great-grandchild.
* * *
BESSIE SALEM, 1154 Windsor
Ave., Windsor, died July 14 in
Detroit. Survived by three sons,
Benny of Oak Park, Dr. Harry of
Philadelphia and Dr. Shia of To-
ronto; one brother and four grand-
children.
* * *
VERA BINKOW, Highland Park,
Ill., died July 15. She leaves two
sons, Samuel and Charles; a daugh-
ter, Mrs. Leon (Ann) Fine; eight
grandchildrden and seven great-
grandchildren. Interment Detroit.
* * *
HERMAN FRIEDMAN, 3345
Richton, died July 10. Survived
by wife, Sarah; a son, Hyman; and
one grandchild.
* * *
JENNIE KLEDIBERG, 24260 Jer-
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