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August 27, 1965 - Image 39

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-08-27

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Israel's Ambassador
to Rome Dies at 62



ROME (JTA)—Maurice Fischer,
the Israeli ambassador to Italy,
died today in a Swiss clinic at the
age of 62. The career diplomat
came to Palestine in 1930 from
Belgium, where he was born, and
fought in the Free French Forces
during World War II. After the
establishment of Israel, he served
as ambassador to France and,
later, Turkey. Before his appoint-
ment to the Rome post, in 1961,
he was assistant director-general
of the ministry for foreign affairs !
in Jerusalem.

Nathalie Wezelman Dies, 42

Nathalie Gandal Wezelman, 42,
of Bismarck, N. D., sister of Mrs.
Philip Slomovitz, died Aug. 19.

Funeral services were held Aug.
210 in Bismarck's Bnai Ephraim
Synagogue.
Surviving are her husband, Sol
.Wezelman, vice president of the
Provident Insurance Co.; a daugh-
ter, Joy; a brother, Henry Gandal
of Cleveland; and two other sis-
ters, Mrs. Israel Goldman of Balti-
more and Mrs. Yosef Schub of
Chicago.
Provident Life Insurance Co. of-
fices in Bismarck were closed on
the day of the funeral in tribute
to the deceased, who had become
beloved in her community during
16 years' residence and communal
activities there.

The Family of the Late

NORMAN W.
KAUFMAN

Acknowledges with grate-
ful appreciation the many
kind expressions of sym-
pathy extended by rela-
tives and friends during
the family's recent be-
reavement.

The Family of the Late

Y ETTA
ZIPORAH COHEN

of Blessed Memory
Acknowledges with grate-
ful appreciation the many
kind expressions of sym-
pathy extended by rela-
tives and friends during
the family's recent ber-
eavement.

The Family of the Late

LOUIS FRIED

Acknowledges with grate-
ful appreciation the many
kind expressions of sym-
pathy extended by rela-
tives and friends during
the family's recent be-
reavement.

Psychiatrist Dead; Aided
Nazi Camp's Victims

NEW YORK (JTA) — Dr. John
W. Thompson, a psychiatrist
known as an authority on the
"survivor syndrome" of former
concentration camp inmates, died
of a heart attack at age 59, while
vacationing in the Virgin Islands.
An assistant professor of psy-
chiatry at the Albert Einstein
College of Medicine of Yeshiva
University here, Dr. Thompson
served as chairman of the Corn-
mittee for the Rehabilitation of
Victims of Manmade Disasters,
which was successful in encourag-
ing the West German government
to reopen compensation cases for
concentration camp victims whose
claims had been rejected.
In 1946, he founded a thera-
peutic community near Paris for
concentration camp survivors,
mostly from Bergen-Belsen. A
British subject, Dr. Thompson
joined the Royal Canadian Air
Force as a medical officer in 1941,
and was among the first troops to
liberate the concentration camp of
Bergen-Belsen.

Martin Dworkis Dies;
Manhattan College Head

NEW YORK (JTA)—Dr. Martin
B. Dworkis, president of Manhattan
Community College, died of a heart
attack Aug. 21 at age 46.
Dr. Dworkis, born and educated
in New York, was active in civic
as well as educational affairs. He
was known as an expert in govern-
mental affairs and as an author on
these subjects. He received the
Jewish War Veterans Award in
1961.

Sam Drapkin Dies at 54;
Sally Fields' Brother

Sam Drapkin, brother of El Al
public relations manager Sally
Fields of Detroit, died Sunday in
New York. He was 54.
Mr. Drapkin leaves two sisters
besides Mrs. Fields: Ginger Blair
of New York and Mirion Gross-
light of Detroit; and a brother Sol
Drapkin of Detroit.

Jewish Educator Dies at 84

PASSAIC, N. J. (JTA) — Harry
Haindler, a founder and former
president of the Hebrew Principals
Association and a former member
of the Licensing board for Hebrew
teachers, died of a heart attack
here. He was 84.

In Memoriam

In memory of the late Sam
Schwartz, who died Sept. 1 1958.
He bade no one a last farewell,
He said goodby to none.
The heavenly gates were opened,
A loving voice said "Come."
We often sit and think of you,
The things you used to say:
We wonder why you had to die,
Without a chance to say goodby.
More and more each day we
miss you;
Some may think the wound
has healed,
But little do they know the sorrow
within our hearts concealed.
Lovingly,
Anna Stein Schwartz and

Family.

EL AL ISRAEL AIRLINES

OBITUARIES

CLARA ZIEGER, 13725 Dexter,
died Aug. 25. Survived by four dau-
ghters, Mrs. William Kimmel, Mrs.
Doris Botner, Mrs. Jack (Fay) Isa-
acson of Skokie, Ill., and Mrs. Jack
(Goldie) Chernow of Costa Mesa,
Calif.; one brother, two sisters, 10
grandchildren and eight great-
grandchildren.

* * *

IDA GREENBERG, 25321 Gard-
ner, Oak Park, died Aug. 23. She
leaves her husband, Carl; a son,
Burton; a daughter, Mrs. Leonard
(Myrna) Ladin; and two brothers.
* * *
SARAH L. WIGLER, 726 Mer-
ton, died Aug. 25. She leaves three
sons, Sidney S., Bernard and Jer-
ome; a daughter, Mrs. Milton
(Lorraine) Jacobson; three bro-
thers, four sisters and eight grand-

children.

* * *
SIDNEY MORRIS, 24021 Oneida,
Oak Park, died Aug. 25. He leaves
his wife, Mary; a daughter, Mrs.
Morton (Florence) Kasoff; three
brothers and two grandchildren.

Dr. Louis Gross Dead

Dr. Louis Gross, physician for 30
years at 18937 Van Dyke, died
Aug. 20 at age 53.
The Detroit-born doctor lived at
19620 Renfrew. A graduate of the
Wayne University Medical School,
he belonged to Phi Lambda Kappa
medical fraternity and the Wayne
County and Michigan State medi-
cal societies. He also was active
in the Jewish Parents Institute and
served on the staffs of Holy Cross
and Saratoga Hospitals.
He leaves his wife, Dorothy; two
sons, Robert Lewis and Jonathan
Lober; his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Gross; a brother, Harvey,
and a sister, Mrs. Harry (Sara)
Docks.

Theodor H. Rome Dies

Theodor Herzl Rome, president
of Schocken Books, died Aug. 21
of a stroke at Ellsworth Hospital in
Maine. His home was in Scarsdale,
N. Y., and he had a summer home
on Cranberry Island near Ells-
worth.
He was responsible for the ap-
pearance of many important Jew-
ish classics, in hard and paper
covers, since he took control of
Schocken publishing house in 1959.
He was a painter and book illus-
trator, was graduated with honors
from Harvard College in 1936 and
painted in Palestine and Syria be-
fore Israel's statehood. His widow
is the former Chawa Schocken.

* * *
DAVID ETTINGER, 20215 Wood-
bine, died Aug. 20. Survived by a
son, Jerome; a daughter, Mrs.
Milford (Celia) Mallin; two sis-
ters and five grandchildren.
* * *
RACHEL LENA VENITSKY,
17613 Northlawn, died Aug. 17.
Survived by three daughters, Mrs.
Bess Slobin, Mrs. Ann Chudler and
Rose; two brothers, one sister, five
grandchildren and nine g r ea t-
grandchildren.

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Mrs. Dora Goldstein, a member
of the Jewish House of Shelter and
United Hebrew Schools, died Sun-
day at age 89. She was a resident
of the Jewish Home for the Aged
for 10 years.
She leaves four sons, Arthur,
Sam and George Stone and Harry
Goldstein; two daughters, Mrs.
Mamie Kogan and Mrs. Saul Tatler;
two brothers, Joseph and Samuel
Dobris; a sister, Mrs. May Kronen-
b e r g ; 11 grandchildren and 12
great-grandchildren.

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Julie Gottlieb
Gordon Hootner
Samuel Yitzchok Simon
Edward Zold

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Lillian Browar
Esther Greenberg
Chaya Merle Jalan
Isadore Harry Keit
Helen Quidd
Anna Radom

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Ida Leiderman
Louis Levin
Anne Shulman
Joan Phyliss Traurig

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DIRECTORS OF FUNERALS

ESTHER (PERLMUTTER) HAR-
RISON of Los Angeles, former De-
troiter, died Aug. 19. She is sur-
vived by her husband, Joseph; two
sons, Isadore of Oak Park and Abe
of Los Angeles; two daughters,
Mrs. Jack (Edith) Jacobson and
Mrs. Edward (Eva) Turken, both
of Los Angeles; and eight grand-
children.
* * *
BESSIE FORMAN, 24760 Hard-
ing, Oak Park, died Aug. 13. Sur-
vived by a son, Morton; a daugh-
ter, Mrs. Phillip (Muriel) Silver-
stein; one brother and three grand-

Dora Goldstein Succumbs

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, August 27, 1965-39

Extends Its Sincere Sympathy
to Public Relations Manager Sally Fields
and Her Family
on the Death of Her Brother

HENRY GREENBERG, 18236
Monica, died Aug. 19. Survived by
his wife, Sarah; two sons, Jack L.
and Dr. Morris; three daughters,
Mrs. Joseph (Esther) Karbel, Mrs.
Frank (Ann) Sternberg and Mrs.
Max (Charlotte) Grant; 13 grand-
children and three great-grand-
children.
* * *
SAMUEL AARON WISEMAN,
16426 Stratford, Southfield, died
Aug. 19. Survived by his wife,
Marion; his mother, Mrs. Helen
Wiseman of Toronto; two sons,
Robert and Michael; two daugh-
ters, Janet and Lynn; and one
brother.
* * *
ABRAHAM GOODMAN, former
Detroiter of Hollywood, Fla., died
Aug. 22. Survivors include his
wife, Ella; two sons, Adolph of
Detroit and Herman of Hollywood;
two daughters, Mrs. Stella Bloom
of Scottsdale, Ariz. and Mrs. Ger-
trude Levine of Detroit; two sis-
ters, nine grandchildren and nine
great-grandchildren,
* * *
FANNIE G. FORDON, 27435
Kurtsel, Inkster, died Aug. 20. She
leaves a son, Marcus; a daughter,
Mrs. Charles H. (Dorothy) Cayley;
a brOther, Harry Litman; five
grandchildren and seven great-
grandchildren.
* * *
ABRAHAM S HEW I T Z, 15477
Stoepel, died Aug. 25. He leaves
his wife, Flora; a daughter, Mrs.
Harry (Florence) Eglar; two broth-
ers, one grandchild and one great-
grandchild.
* * *
NORMAN MUSKET, former De-
troiter of Grand Rapids, died Aug.
20. Survived by his wife, Ann; a
son, Ronald; a daughter, Shirley
(Skippy); his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel Muskat of Detroit;
two brothers, Dudley of Detroit
and Fred of Lansing; and a sister,
Mrs. Al (Phyllis) Rosenberg of De-
troit. Interment Grand Rapids.
* * *
SAMUEL KLEIN, 29809 Hill-
brook, Livonia, died Aug. 24. Sur-
vived by a son, Edward; two dau-
ghters, Mrs. Louis (Rae) • Pearl-
man and Mrs. Robert (Bess) Fox;
three sisters and seven grand-
children.

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