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September 17, 1965 - Image 47

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-09-17

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Belle Dix Is Dead

Former Detroiter Belle Dix, wife
Of Dr. Isaac H. Dix of Sherman
Oaks, Calif., died Sept. 7 at age
70. Chicago-born Mrs. Dix lived
most of her life here and Was an
active member of many Organiza-
tions.
Among her affiliations, Mrs. Dix
was a life member of Hadassah
and belonged to Temple Israel
and its sisterhOod. Dr. and Mrs.
Dix celebrated their 45th anni-
versary Jun e 27.
Besides her husband, Mrs. Dix
leaves a son, Dr. Harmon; two
daughters, Mrs. Hugh (Mae) Lich-
tig and Mrs. Jack (Shirley) Birn-
baum, one sister, one brother and
seven grandchildren, all of Los
Angeles.

Labor Leader Samuel Levin
Succumbs at 80 in Chicago

CHICAGO — Samuel Levin, Chic-
ago labor leader and a founder
of the Congress of Industrial Organ-
. izations (CIO), died Sept. 9 at age
80.
A founder of the Amalgamated
Clothing Workers of America in
1910, Mr. Levin was vice president
of the union from 1915 until his
retirement in 1950. He was board
chairman of the union-founded
Amalgamated Trust and Savings
Bank here from 1920 to 1964.
Mr. Levin also was president of
the Illinois State Industrial Union
Council in 194247.

Israeli 'Trunk Man
Faces 13 Years as
Agent for the UAR

JERUSALEM JTA) — Mord-
echai. Luk, central figure in a biz-
arre Egyptian kidnap attempt in
Rome last year, has been found
guilty on six counts of anti-state
activities and sentenced to 13
years' imprisonment. The implica-
tion of the verdict was that he had
spied for Egypt.
Luk was doped and hidden in a
specially outfitted trunk by Egyp-
tian agents. Just as Egyptian diplo-
_math were hoisting the trunk to a
Cairo-bound plane, Luk regained
consciousness and began yelling
for help. Police chased the dipo-
mats who were trying to flee from
Rome airport and opened the trunk.
After his rescue, Luk asked to
be returned to Israel, where he
was arrested and held on charges
of having worked for an enemy
country.
He was found guilty of illegal
exit from Israel, transmittal of
secret information, conspiracy to
provide state secrets to an enemy
country, and providing information
with intent to aid the enemy.
The court rejected Luk's conten-
tion that the information he admit-
ted giving was not harmful to
Israel.

Hurricane Betsy Hits Hard in Miami;
Jewish Community Facilities Damaged

OBITUARIES

EUGENE STUART KLINE, for- Allen G.; two daughters, Susan
mer Detroiter of Los Angeles, died and Terri; one brother and two
Aug. 27. Survived by his wife, sisters.
* * *
Sharon; a son, Billy; two daugh-
ters, Randi and Debra; and his
BEATRICE JAFFE, 20310 Red-
mother, Mrs. Abe Weber of Oak fern, died Sept. 11. She leaves
Park.
her son, Herbert; a daughter, Mrs.
* * *
Stanley C. (Cynthia) Brandt; and
LOUIS BERMAN, 7439 Steger three grandchildren.
* * *
Ct., died Sept. 14. Survived by his
NORMAN
SALTER,
18954 War-
wife, Zelda; three sons, Joseph W.,
Edward B. and David F.; a daugh- rington, died Sept. 12. He leaves
ter, Mrs. David (Sharon) Berg- two sons, Peter and Harry; three
daughters, Mrs. Irwin (Emily)
man; and one grandchild.
Small, Mrs. Martin (Anita) Har-
* * *
old and Mrs. Meyer (Betty) Shear;
JACK ZREZYK (KIRCHIK), 679 and nine grandchildren.
Peterboro, died Sept. 14. No known
* * *
survivors.
SAMUEL SIMON, 15422 North-
* * *
gate, Oak Park, died Sept. 13. He
KATIE GREENBERG, 15121 leaves his wife, Irene; a son, Dr.
James, Oak Park, died Sept. 13. Donald Simon; a daughter, Mrs.
She leaves a son, Nathan of Jacques (Shirley) Mass; a sister,
Toledo; a daughter, Mrs. Jack Mrs. Edward (Ann) Goldstein;
(Elsie) Cohen; four sisters and and six grandchildren.
three grandchildren.
* *
* * *
SOPHIE BORTMAN, 11501

ISRAEL EIZEN, 19760 Asbury
Park, died Sept. 15. Survived by
his wife, Elizabeth; three sons,
Robert, Melvin and Burton; three
brothers, three sisters and two
grandchildren.
* * *
ROBERT FELDMAN, 13821 Ken-
wood, Oak Park, died Sept. 15. He
leaves his wife, Ruth.
* * *
SAMUEL EFRUSY, 11501 Petos-
key, died Sept. 9. Survived by

two sons, Saul and Jack; four
daughters, Mrs. Sam (Rose) Janko
of Forest Hills, N.Y., Mrs. Ben
(Freda) Gerber, Mrs. A r c hie
(Molly) Katcher and Ida Mae of
Forest Hills; ten grandchildren

and 11 great-grandchildren.
* * *
CELIA PARANSKY, 19140 Hub-
bell, died Sept. 10. Survived by a

son, Hyler Paran of Louisville;
one brother and two grandchil-

The YM-YWHA of Gr eat er
Petoskey, died Sept. 13. She leaves
her husband, David; two sons, Miami reported extensive damage
Maurice and Harold; two daugh- to its Miami Beach facilities, as
ters, Mrs. Marcus (Gertrude) well as to its new $750,000 build-
Broudy and Mrs. Arthur (Ann)
Semen; five grandchildren and
S. Africa Zionists Name
one great grandchild.

Commission of Review

Judith Ecoff, 27, Dies;
Father Was Look Editor

Judith Ecoff, daughter of the
late Siler Freeman, business and
automotive editor for Look and
Collier magazines, died Sept. 5 in
Granada Hills, Calif. Mrs. Ecoff,
27, lived in Detroit most of her
life.
She leaves her husband, Gerald,
a former Detroiter; four sons,
Steven, Michael, Daniel and Law-
rence; her mother, Mrs. Ruth
Berger; two brothers, including
Richard Freeman of Detroit; and
one sister.

dren.,

* * *

SIGMUND REIF L E R, 18015

Ardmore, died Sept. 11. Survived
by his wife, Anna; a daughter,
Mrs. Frederick (Leatrice) Feigen-
son of Encino, Calif.; one brother,
two sisters and three grandchil-
dren.
* * *
MAX LAMPERT, 20147 Appo-

line, died Sept. 12. Survived by
his wife, Sophie; two sons, Charles

and Seymour of Ann Arbor; and
eight grandchildren.

Charles Rubin Dead;
Headed Barrel Corp.

Charles L. Rubin, president and
founder of the National Drum and
Barrel Corp. here, died Tuesday
at age 76.
Mr. Rubin, 5512 Outer Dr., was
born in Russia and lived in De-
troit 49 years. Former president
and founder in 1915 of Auto City
Cooperage, Mr. Rubin belonged to
the National Barrel and Drum
Association. He was a member. of
Cong. Shaarey Zedek and Detroit
Lodge, Bnai Brith.
He leaves his wife, Minna; four
sons, Max, Sidney, Benson and
Harry; two daughters, Mrs. Ann
Miller and Mrs. David (Barbara)
Dunn; a brother, Harry; nine
grandchildren and two great-
grandchildren.

* * *
BENJAMIN BRESLER, 28705
Stuart, Southfield, died Sept. 13.
Survived by his wife, Rebecca; a
son, Harvey; a daughter, Frances
Rita; two brothers and four sisters.
* * *
Know what happens when some-
BERNARD CASSEL S, 23220
one asks you to buy a U.S. Savings Scotia, Oak Park, died Sept. 10.
Bond? You're being given the op- He leaves his wife, Irene; a son,
Dr. Margoshes' Brother Dies
portunity to become a shareholder
NEW YORK — Israel Margoshes
in America. A sound investment,
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
too.
Friday, September 17, 1965-47 of Brooklyn, brother of Dr. Samuel
Margoshes, editor of the Day-Morn-
ing Journal, died Sept. 9 at age 76.
He was a past president of the
Dental Laboratory Association of
New York and held many national
posts.

IN MEMORIAM

In this period of somber reflection we pause to pay
tribute to those members of the Hannah Schloss Old
Timers who have departed.

MIAMI (JTA) — Jewish com-
munity facilities in Miami, Miami
Beach and the surrounding area
suffered heavy damage to various
buildings, and at the same time
aided other victims of the disaster,
as this city was struck by Hur-
ricane Betsy, Leo Mindlin, editor
of the Jewish Floridian, reported
in a special dispatch to the Jew-
ish Telegraphic Agency.
Many properties owned by Jews
suffered very heavy losses from
the high winds and torrential rains
that swept this area.
Mount Siani Hospital, at Miami
Beach, began issuing instructions
Monday to expectant mothers to
come to the hospital. Persons in
homes considered unsafe also were
invited to take refuge in the hos-
pital. The institution suffered ex-
tensive plate glass damage in the
lobby and water flooding. The hos-
pital was still continuing to house
and feed persons who arrived on
Monday.

There are some defeats more
triumphant than victories.—Mon-
taigne.

JOHANNESBURG (JTA) —
Delegates to the 29th biennial con-
vention of the South African Zion-
ist Federation approved last week
a commission to review the Zion-
ist machinery in South Africa as
part of a global survey. Edel Hor-
witz was re-elected chairman.
The delegates acted after hear-
ing a report from Louis Pincus,
chairman of the Jewish Agency
executive, on the first meeting in
Geneva this summer of a special
commission created by the 26th
World Zionist Congress to study
means of revitalizing the world
Zionist movement. One of the prop-
osals in Geneva called for regional
meetings as a first step toward
the commission's objectives.
Mrs. Rose Halprin, member of
the American Section of the Jew-
ish Agency, who was a guest at
the parley, said the convention
had impressed her as the symbol
of a "strong and vigorous" South
African Jewish community.

ing, the former Westbrooke Coun-
try Club. Doors and windows were
extensively damaged. Considerable
flooding of the two Y facilities
and damage to their roofs also
were reported.

Temple Beth Sholom, in Miami
Beach, had no lights. Water had
flooded in from high tides blocks

away and damaged the house of
worship.
The Jewish Home for the Aged
in Miami reported it had suffered
little damage, and that it had not
lost power or telephone facilities
at the height of the storm.
Sections of the distinctive cop-

per dome of Temple Emanuel, one
of the largest Conservative syna-
gogues in the United States, were
ripped out. Offices and cellar facil-
ities of the synagogue were flood-
ed.

Windows and floor s in the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
building were smashed and ripped
out, and water damage was con-
siderable. The storm knocked to
the ground Temple Beth Am's
huge sculptured Torah scroll out-
side the building.
The Wolfson Auditorium and
the Joseph H. Kaplan Chapel of
Temple Israel of Miami were flood-
ed when huge plate glass windows
were smashed by the storm.

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

Hebrew Civil
Elul Sept.

Nathan Hess
Sonja Yabeck
Rose lwrey
Israel Mayrock
Yaacov Hirsh bereb
Isroel
PhilipForman
Esther Cohn

22
22
22
22

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19
19
19

22
22
22

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19
19

Clarence Ablitz
Jacob Feffer
Rebecca Davis
Freedman
Rebecca Podolsky
Leah Morrison
Esther Rosenshine
Jacob Soberman
Bessie Krause
Dora Ctiaben
Peter S. Goldstein
Regina Rubinstein
Harry Thav

23
23

20
20

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23
23
23
23
24
24
24
24
24

20
20
20
20
20
21
21
21
21
21

25
25

Jacob Must
Sophie Scherr
Meyer Levy
Anna Gruskin

25

25

22
22
22
22

Rose Kolodney
Joseph Slakter
Ann Stein

27
27
27

24
24
24

David Weinstein
Sarah Pearl Oppen
Solomon Seibner
Anna Wrotslaysky
Chernia Knoppow

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28
28
28
28

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25
25
25

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