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December 31, 1965 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-12-31

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Jewish Classmate of Soviet Leader Brezhnev
Urges Him to End Anti-Semitic Policy

OBITUARIES

GERTRUDE MILLER, 24311
Gardner, Oak Park, died Dec. 27.
She leaves three sons, Herbert,
Samuel and Harry; a daughter,
Irs' Butler
C. (Florence) Brewen;
.
eight grandchildren.
• * *
IDA RECHTMAN, 15024 Mc-
Lain, Allen Park, died Dec. 25. She

MURRAY MOGGEL. 23541 Scot-
ia, Oak Park, died Dec. 27. Surv-
ived by his wife, Henrietta; two
sons, Sheldon and Lowell; four
brothers, two sisters and two
grandchildren.
* * *
HOPE ANNE GILBERT, 22127
Chatsford Ct., Southfield, died
leaves a daughter, Mrs. Morris Dec. 29. She leaves her parents,
(Anne) Kazdan; one brother, two Dr. and Mrs. Daniel H. Gilbert;
a brother, Steven; two sisters,
sisters and two grandchildren.
*
*
Julie and Ruth; and her grand-
HARRIET STEINBERG, former parents, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Gil-
Detroiter of Panarama City, Calif., bert and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Tilds.
* *
died Dec. 25. She leaves her hus-
MARY BOOKSTEIN, 1220 W.
band. Joseph; a daughter, Mrs.
AVRAHAM SHAPIRO
Bradford (Jayne) Jacobs; her Nine Mile, Ferndale, died Dec.
29.
She
leaves
her
husband,
David;
mother, Mrs. Celia Buten; two
brothers, five sisters and three two sons, Dr. A. M. and Jack
(Bookston); a daughter, Mrs. Mau-
grandchildren. Interment Detroit.
* * *
rice (Rose) Levy; one brother and
HAROLD MENDELSON, former six grandchildren.
Detroiter of Los Angeles, died Dec.
22. He leaves his wife, Fraye; and S. African Jewish Leader,
PETAH TIKVA—Avraham Sha-
a daughter, Mrs. Barbara Wise. In-
Harry Schewitz, Killed
piro, the famed hero and veteran
terment Los Angeles.
* * *
JOHANNESBURG (JTA) — "watchman" who protected Jewish
SAM BERGER, 18976 Mark Harry Robert Schewitz, a leader settlers in Palestine since before
Twain, died Dec. 22. Survived by of the Jewish community here, the turn of the century, died at his
his wife, Celia; four sons, Joe, was killed last weekend when he home here Tuesday morning at the
John, Herbert and Howard; two was hit by a car in the desert age of 95.
Mr. Shapiro, who was formerly
brothers and seven grandchildren. town of Muizenberg, Cape Prov-
* * *
ince. He was 65.
head of the Petah Tikva Security
ISAAC SAPERSTEIN, 22180
Mr. Schewitz was active in sev_ Organization, was one of the first
Sussex, Oak Park, died Dec. 25. eral Zionist organizations and was Jewish pioneers to devote his life
Survived by two daughters, Goldie the national organizer of South to protecting his fellow settlers
and Mrs. Morris (May) Friedman; African Jewry's United Communal from Arab attacks.
two sisters and two grandchildren. Fund, the central organization
Born in Russia, Shapiro emi-
* * *
raising monies needed by the na- grated to Palestine in 1880 and en-
FANNIE MELLEN, 11501 Petos- tional Jewish organizations f o r gaged in agriculture in addition to
key, died Dec. 24. Survived by her domestic purposes in this country. serving as a watchman for the
husband Isidor; a daughter, Mrs.
He was also grand president of Petah Tikva settlement. He served
Harry (Estelle) Shiffman and two the Hebrew Order of David, a as bodyguard to Baron Edmond de
grandchildren.
fraternal movement, and former Rothschild during his visits to
* * *
president of the order's lodges in Palestine and to Viscount Herbert
KALMAN PASTOR, 16939 Mon- Pretoria and in this city.
Samuel, the first high commis-
ica, died Dec. 25. Survived by his
sioner of Palestine under the
wife, Mary; a son, Moris of Los An-
British Mandate.
Former
Detroiter
Sol
Levy;
geles; a daughter, Mrs. Faye Stew-
While his bravery became legen-
art; one sister, seven grandchildren Rockford, III., Resident
dary throughout the Mid East and
and two great-grandchildren.
Former Detroiter Sol B. Levy his reputation brought fear to
• * *
troublemakers in Palestine
ESTHER H. TAUB, 25639 Lin- died Dec. 22 in Rockford, Ill., Arab
and
neighboring
countries, Mr.
where
he
was
a
resident
for
the
coln Terrace Dr., Oak Park, died
Shapiro
often
acted
successfully as
past
20
years.
He
was
59.
Dec. 29. She leaves her husband,
an arbitrator in local disputes be-
Louis; a son, Stuart; a daughter,
Manager and secretary of the tween Jews and Arabs. He was
Mrs. Bernard (Judith) Mege; her Bush Jewelry Store and vice presi- honorary chairman of the Israel
father, Aaron Halberg; three dent of Douglas Sales in Rockford, Watchmen's Organization.
sisters and four grandchildren.
he was active in a number of Jew-
* *
ish organizations, as board mem-
MINNIE KOHEN LICHMAN, ber of Temple Beth El and past
11501 Petoskey, died Dec. 28. Sur- officer of Bnai Brith.
vived by her husband, Louis; two
Mr. Levy, a Detroit resident 35
sons, Albert H. Kohen and Fred years, was a World War II vet-
N. Kohen; a daughter, Mrs. Philip eran. He is survived by his wife,
Samuel Kasle, prominent Toledo
(Pearl) Shiovitz; nine grandchild- Ann; a son, Michael; a brother, resident and the brother of Detroit
ren and six great-grandchildren. David of Burbank, Calif.; and three steel firm executive Abe Kasle,

*
sisters, Mrs. Daniel (Shirley) Mey- died last Saturday at age 78.
MARY HORNSTEIN PLOTNIK, ers of Burbank and Detroiters
Head of the Kasle Iron and
---,3345 Richton, died Dec. 28. Surviv- Mrs. Louis (Fay) Levine and Mrs.
Metal Co. until his retirement a
?..d by her husband, Abraham; a
Irving (Dorothy) Tepper.
few years ago, Mr. Kasle was a
ism, Sam Hurston; a daughter,
resident of Toledo for 59 years.
Mrs. Paul (Dorothy) Sheposh; two
He was the first of the Kasle
grandchildren and live great- Joseph Rubin., 64
brothers to go into the steel busi-
grandchildren. Interment Terre
Joseph Rubin, owner of Major ness in this area after coming to
Haute, Ind.
Tire Co., 6700 W. Fourth, died the United States from Russia in
* * *
Dec. 25 at age 64.
1906.
MARIA FOLTYN, 17553 Prev-
Mr. Rubin, born in Russia, was
ost, died Dec. 26. Survived by her
Active hi communal and civic
husband, Miklos; parents, Mr. and a Detroit area resident for 52 affairs in Toledo, Mr. Kasle had
Mrs. Joseph Deutch of Rego Park, years. He was a member of Bnai headed the United Jewish Ap-
N.Y.; two daughters, Julie and Brith's Pisgah Lodge.
peal drive there.
Mr. Rubin, 21711 Church, Oak
Audrey; one brother and one sist-
Besides his brother Abe, Mr.
Park, leaves his wife, Faye; a
er.
daughter, Mrs. Sheldon (Ruth) Kasle's survivors are his wife,
Goldman; three brothers, Julius, Hannah, with whom he celebrated
Joseph Greenbaum, 72 Louis and Jack, all of St. Louis; their 54th wedding anniversary
last June; three sons, Dr. Irwin of
Joseph Daniel Greenbaum, re- and three grandchildren.
San Francisco, Dr. Travis of Los
tired wholesale meats firm execu-
and Shirrel of Kansas
Brazil Orthodox Leader Angeles
tive, died Dec. 23 at age 72.
City; two daughters, Mrs. Jules
Mr. Greenbaum, 25570 South-
SAO PAULO (JTA) — Benjamin (Phyllis) Roskin of Bridgeport,
wood, Southfield, was a member of Citron, prominent Jewish philan- Conn., and Mrs. Louise Greenson
the Hannah Schloss Old Timers, thropist and president of the Agu- of Toledo; three brothers, Louis
having lived in the Detroit area 68 dath Israel of Latin America, died of Flint, Jacob of Indianapolis
years. He was a member of Cong. here yesterday at age 68.
and Joseph of Toledo; two sisters,
Bnai Moshe and Cong. Beth Aaron,
A member of the Agudah World Mrs. Dorothy Pollens and Mrs.
Mosaic Lodge F&AM and Detroit Executive, Mr. Citron was a foun- Blanche Sakols, both of Detroit;
Consistory and Moslem Temple.
der of the Orthodox Congregation and 10 grandchildren.
He leaves his wife, Ida; a son, and School in Sao Paulo and sev-
Gerald; a sister, Mrs. Jacob (Lau- eral institutions in Israel. Inter-
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
ra) Nagler; and five grandchildren. ment will be in Israel.
Friday, December 31, 1965-31

Heroic Watchman
of Israel Is Dead
at the Age of 95

Samuel Kasle, 78;
Noted Toledoan

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WASHINGTON (JTA)—A Mil-
waukee Jew who, as a youngster,
was a classmate of Leonid Brezh-
nev, first secretary of the Com-
munist Party of the USSR, has
writen nine letters to Brezhnev ap-
pealing to him to halt anti-Semi-
tism in the Soviet Union but has
received no reply, the syndicated
Drew Pearson column reported
here Monday.
The column, written by Jack
Anderson, Pearson's associate, re-
ported that the letters had been
sent to Brezhnev by Nathaniel
Kruglak, who had studied with
Brezhnev hi a schoolhouse at a
Ukrainian factory town known as
Kamenskoye, l a t e r renamed
Dneprodzerzhinsk. According to
Anderson, Kruglak had "told his
story to the State Department."
After failing to receive a reply
from Brezhnev to his first eight
letters, Kruglak wrote to the Soviet

leader: "Public opinion here and
in Europe is condemning your ad-
ministration for persecuting 3,000,-
000 Jews in the USSR."

Liner Forced to Pass
Haifa Port by UAR;
ADL Files Complaint

SAN FRANCISCO (JTA)—The
American President Lines confirm-
ed here Tuesday that it had can-
celed a stop by their liner Presi-
dent Roosevelt at the Israeli port
of Haifa in deference to objections
by Egypt.
A spokesman for the West Coast
shipping line said that Egypt had
threatened to bar the ship from
going through the Suez Canal on
its round-the-world cruise early
next year if the vessel made its
scheduled stop at the Israeli port.
He said the alternative to going
through the channel was to sail
around the Cape of Good Hope.
The Anti-Defamation League of
Prosecution Is Sought
Bnai Brith has protested the can-
Against Extremist Paper cellation to the U.S. Department of
Commerce and has criticized the
in W. Germany for Bias line
for bowing to pressure from
BONN (JTA)—A demand that Arab countries participating in a
the West German government boycott of Israel.
punish the right-wing, extremist
weekly, the Deutsche Nationale
Soldatenzeitung, f o r publishing
anti-Semitic articles that "disturb
relations between peoples and
slander the United States" was
filed with the state prosecutor at
During the coming
Munich Monday by Hans Grim-
week Yeshiva Beth
Yehuda will observe
mig, on behalf of the Coordinating
the Yahrzeit of the
Council of Societies for Christian-
following departed
Jewish Cooperation in Germany.
friends, with the
The complaint referred particu-
traditional Memorial
larly to an article in the Dec. 3
Prayers, recitation of
issue of the newspaper, written by
Kaddish and study-
Willy Glasebock, foreign editor of
ing of Mishnayes.
the weekly, who supported claims
Hebrew Civil
made by a school teacher in the
Teves Jan.
German town of Beuson. The lat-
10
2
Anna Roth
ter had been quoted as saying that
10
2
Benjamin Green
10
2
Hyman Snyder
the gas chambers and crematoria
10
2
Hyman R. Cohen
in the Nazi concentration camps
10
2
Sol Levin
10
2
Jacob Kopel Palman
had been "fabricated by the al-
10
2
Bertha Skolnick
lies, especially the Americans."
2
Samuel David Freeman 10
2
10
Morris Radner
In his article, Glasebock stated
10
2
Julius Schwartz
that the charges made by the
10
2
Saul Kohen
teacher, a man named Endrich-
10
2
Rebecca Weisberg
2
Chaye
Leah
Grossman
10
keit, were true. The foreign editor
10
2
Rachel Sperling
also asserted that the crematoria
11
3
H. Levin
had been built by Americans at
11
3
Theresa Sonnenfeld
the end of the war.
11
3
Samuel B. Kempner

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