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February 25, 1966 - Image 39

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-02-25

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Melvin Duchan, 22,
Killed in Auto Trip
Through Negev

An automobile accident took the
life of 22-year-old Melvin Duchan
Feb. 17, when he and two friends
were on a motor tour of the Negev
between semesters at Bar Ilan
University.
Mr. Duchan, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Milton Duchan, active members of
the Orthodox community here, was
a Wayne State University gradu-
ate. He was doing research work
in psychology on a fellowship at
Bar Ilan and had been in Israel
since September. He graduated in

Expert on Revolution;
Testified on Protocols

PALO ALTO—One of the world's
leading experts and writers on the
Russian Revolution, Boris I. Ni-
colaevsky, died Tuesday at age
78. A non-Jew, he testified in 1934
against the notorious "Protocols
of the Elders of Zion" documents.
He was curator of the Nicolaev-
sky Collection at the Hoover Insti-
tution on War, Revolution and
Peace at Stanford University at
the time of his death.
Nicolaevsky told a cantonal court
in Berne, Switzerland, in 1934, that
the Protocols were false. This col-
lection purports to reveal plans for
Jewish world domination, and the
anti-Semitic forgeries were revived
by the Nazis in the 19305. Jewish
groups in Switzerland brought
criminal libel actions and won
them in 1935.

OBITUARIES

GERSON ALEXANDER,20085
Votrobeck Ct., died Feb. 17. Sur-
' vived by his wife, Betty; one
brother and one sister.
* * *
SARAH BOGOR.AD, 13427 Pem-
broke, died Feb. 20. She leaves
t hr e e sons, Irving, Henry and
George; two daughters, Mrs. Sam
(Frieda) Grossman and Ida; one
sister, 12 grandchildren and 15
great-grandchildren.

*

* *

BENJAMIN B U R K , 25637
Greenfield, Southfield, died Feb.
22. He leaves his wife, Victoria;
two sons, Sidney and Robert; a
daughter, Mrs. Gerald (Helaine)
Clayton one brother and 10
grandchildren.

His two fellow students also were
lkilled in the accident.
Surviving besides Mr. Duchan's
parents are two sisters, Sharon
Beth and Carol Joy; and his grand-
father, Jack Duchan of Miami
Beach.
The Duchans flew to Israel for
JOSEPH CLINTON, 19375 In-
funeral services and burial this
NEW YORK—Screen writer. di- gram, Livonia, died Feb. 22. He
week.
rector and producer Robert Rossen, leaves his wife, June; a son, Bruce
whose "All the King's Men" and S.; two daughters, Diane G. and
Arab Spokesman at UN "The Hustler" won top critical j Jul i e; and his parents, Mr. and
awards, died last Friday at age Mrs. Harry Climstein.
* * *
Succumbs in Cairo
57.
CAIRO — Kamil Abdul Rahim,
CELIA
COGGAN,
former De-
Mr. Rossen, a one-time profes-
former permanent observer of the sional boxer from New York's troiter of Santa Barbara, Calif.,
League of Arab States at the Lower East Side, became a Holly- died Feb. 21. She leaves two sons,
United Nations, died here at age wood scenarist in the mid-30s and Yale of Santa Barbara and Mau-
68.
went on to direct some of Ameri- rice of Los Angeles; Mrs. Morton
Former Egyptian ambassador to ca's finest films, winning the (Lois) Fivenson of Alpena; one
the United States, chairman of the Academy Award in 1949, and the sister and eight grandchildren. In-
Egyptian delegation to the United New York Film Critics Award in terment Detroit.
* * *
Nations General Assembly and 1962.
chief permanent representative of
RUTH
ENGLANDER,
1300 La-
In the 1950s, questioned by the
the Yemeni Mission to the UN, he House Un-American Activities fayette E., died in Los Angeles
was a chief spokesman for the Committee, Mr. Rossen admitted Feb. 21. She leaves two daughters,
Arab cause.
he had contributed $40,000 to Mrs. Leo (Carol) Kuschinski and
In 1956, he was named in a re- the Communist Party and named Mrs. Marvin (Betty) Danto; seven
port of the Anti-Defamation Lea-
57 persons he had known in grandchildren and one great-grand-
gue of Bnai Brith as "the chief Hollywood as party members. child.
*
Arab propagandist" in a drive to Columbia studios severed his
effect "the utter destruction of contract, but he returned to
MILLIE GALLOW, 20215 Ruth-
J e w i s h prestige in America, films in 1956.
erford, died Feb. 21. She leaves
whether Zionist or not." He set up
Born in the impoverished Riv- four daughters, Mrs. Minna Heriff,
the Arab Information Center in ington Street section of Manhat- Mrs. Jack (Arlene) Korn, Mrs.
New York, with four branches in tan, Mr. Rossen was the grandson Richard (Rosalind) Orloff and Mrs.
the United States and one in of a rabbi, and his uncle wrote Is a d o r e (Ada) Globerson; 10
Canada. He claimed that charges poetry in Hebrew. He once told an grandchildren, 24 great-grandchil-
of anti-Semitism a g a i n s t the interviewer that he had a great dren and - one great-great-grand-
Center were "false, malicious and feeling for literature because his child.
without any foundation whatso- mother's family was of the Rus-
ever."
sian-Jewish intelligentsia. He call-
ed his fighting experience "a de-
fense just to live in that neigh-
Bay City native Julius E. Gins-
borhood."
The Family of the Late
berg, father of Detroit attorney
Mr. Rossen attended New York Gordon Ginsberg, died Feb. 15 at
University, worked with the Wash- age
RUTH SAM ELSON
ington Square Players and went
Mr. Ginsberg, retired owner of
Acknowledges with grate-
on to write a Broadway play which Kane's Clothing store, was a mem-
ful appreciation the many
landed him in Hollywood. ber of Temple Israel of Bay City,
kind expressions of sym-
honorary life member of Temple
Whereas only three members of Beth El of Midland, Abe Roman
pathy extended by rel-
the first Israel Knesset came from Lodge of Bnai Brith, Linden Ma-
atives and friends during
such oriental countries as Iran and sonic Lodge and Zionist Organiza-
the family's recent be-
Turkey, the number has risen to tion of America. He also was ac-
reavement.
14 in the current Knesset - double tive in work for the Talmud Torah
the number of Sephardim in the of Temple Israel.
fifth Knesset.
Surviving him besides his son
are his wife, Marian; a daughter,
Mrs. Ruth Surath of Midland; and
three grandchildren.
If you have loved ones interred on the Workmen's Circle
Cemetery, Gratiot and 14 Mile Road, and have not received a
Harold Freedman, 69;
statement for maintenance, or have recently moved and neglected
to send us your forwarding address — please call or send in
Literary Agent in NY
your address to the
NEW YORK — Leading literary
WORKMEN'S CIRCLE CEMETERY DEPT.
agent Harold Freedman, who rep-
18340 W. SEVEN MILE ROAD
resented many of the most suc-
DETROIT, MICHIGAN 48219
cesful playwrights, died Feb. 16 at
Phone: KE 7-5440
age 69.
Mr. Freedman, who sold the
movie rights to "My Fair Lady"
for the highest price ever paid for
In Memory of Our
film rights, included among his
clients Thornton Wilder, Clifford
Beloved Husband, Father and Grandfather
Odets, Maxwell Anderson and John
Osborne.
Known as a cultured andhighly
ethical man, Mr. Freedman was
deeply religious. Born in Glasgow,
Who passed away Feb. 25, 1965. Sadly missed and
he came to the United States as
always remembered by his wife, Bee, sons and grand-
a boy, and was graduated from
Columbia University.
children.

Robert Rossen,
Director, Dies

J ulius Ginsber
g 81

ATTENTION PLEASE

JOSEPH GOLDBERG, 11501 Pe-
toskey, died Feb. 19. Survived by
a son, David; three daughters, Mrs.
Charles (Anna) Lincoln, Mrs. Jack
(Dorothy) Block and Mrs. Lewis
(Sara) Adler; one brother and
nine grandchildren.
* * *
ABE GOLDSTEIN, 19975 Prest,
died Feb. 17. Survived by two
daughters, Mrs. Gerald (Pat) Zack
and Jackie; one sister and two
grandchildren.

WILLIAM SHATZEN, 24220
Radclift, Oak Park, died Feb. 23.
He leaves his wife, Fannie; and
two sisters.
*
BETTY SHULAK, former De-
troiter of Houston, died Feb. 20.
She leaves her husband, Louis; a
daughter, Mrs. Arthur Schwartz;
one brother, four sisters and four
grandchildren. Interment Houston.

SAMUEL SPIEGEL, 21241 West-
hampton, Oak Park, died Feb. 20.
JENNIE JOFFE, 1046 Marent- He leaves his wife. Ida; a daugh-
ette, Windsor, died Feb. 1 . Sur- ter, Mrs. Howard (Lee) Water-
vived by her husband, Samuel; a stone; one sister and two grand-
daughter, Mrs. Morris (Katie) Co- children.
* *
hen ;two sons, Alec and Ben, both
EVA STAHL. 13308 N. Norfolk,
of Detroit; two sisters, five grand-
c'dldren and eight great-grand- died Feb. 23. She leaves four
sons, Howard, Manuel, Robert and
children.
Aubrey; a daughter. Mrs. Flor-
* * *
ence Harris: one brother and
MAX A. KRAMER, former De- eight grandchildren.
troiter of Lansing, died Feb. 15.
Survived by his wife, Fannie; a
son, Arthur; two sisters and three
grandchildren.
l
* * *

* * *

WE REMEMBER
7172TX 71tX

MORRIS H. LEVINE, 16928
San Juan,- died Feb. 23. He leaves
his wife, Leona:. a daughter, Mrs.
Julius (Arlene) Tencer of Roches-
ter, N.Y.; three sisters and four
grandchildren.

*

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

II)

1

SOL MARX, 15506 Stoepel, died
Feb. 21. Survived by his wife.
Else; four brothers and two sis-
tens.

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* * *

SOL L. ROSENGARTEN, for-
mer Detroiter of Los Angeles, died
Feb. 21. Survived by two sons, Dr.
Albert Rosten of Detroit and Jay
Roberts; a daughter, Mrs. Marvin
(Sybil) Weinstein; three sisters, 1
including Mrs. Ben Rollins and
Mrs. Bernhard Levin of Detroit;
and nine grandchildren. Mr.
Rosengarten's wife Mollie passed
away a month ago.
* * *
NATHAN RUBIN, 24061 Geneva,
Oak Park, died Feb. 19. He leaves
a brother, Hyman; and two sisters,
Mrs. Louis (Lillian) Meltzer and
Mrs. Sam (Rose) Cohen.

* is *

PETER RUBIN, former Detroit-
er of Hollywood, died Feb. 19. He
leaves his wife, Mary; a son, Har-
old; a daughter, Mrs. Frances
Jones; three sisters, six grand-
children and one great-grandchild.
Interment Detroit. •
* * *
MARY SCHELBERG, Bronx,
died Feb. 19. She leaves two sons,
Herbert and Richard; one sister
and five grandchildren. Interment
Detroit.

MONUMENTS
See SAM GORLICK

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Detroit, Mich. — TO 8-1724

Serving The Jewish Community
For Over 60 Years

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MONUMENT CENTER, INC.

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Hebrew
Adar

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Julius Hess
Abraham Berman
David H.Rom
Nathan Peretzman
Anna Rose Werner
William Zack

Abraham August
Anna Levine
Harry Mogelever
Catherine Radner

8
8
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'8 -

Izadore Warren
Aaron Jackson
A. (Isaac) Korman
Jacob Rosenshine
Eva Topor
Max Kogen
Rachel Zager

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Civil
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Meyer Applebaum
Rudolph Goldman
Sophie Meisner
Ben Citrin
Julius Cohen
Bertha Fischer
Irwin Rosenbaum
Rose Temchin
Louis David Feldman
Benjamin Topor

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Sarah Bass
Rose Aronoff
Karen Einhorn
Harry Faber
Faige Sender
Samuel Liberson
Bertha Peterman
Rebecca Katz
Louis Menenberg

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Clara Eisenberg
Morris Rosen
Lena Farber
Mr. A. H. Grace
Louis Kleiman
Isadore Kramer
Elizabeth Bushkin
Sam Techner

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Irving Zeff
Abraham Berkowitz
Chena Feiga Bas
Reb Schmuel
Hirsch Neimark
Tchesna Neimark
Harry Altman
Karl Loewenstein
Morris Abel
Rebecca Baron
Isadore Walter Gci`den
Simcha Kleinmus
Fannie Rosenthal

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