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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-09-15

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Fridai, September 15, 1967-39

Journalist Florian Solkolow,
Son of Famed Zionist Leader

. LONDON (JTA) — Florian Sok- wife Janina, he had been a 'resident
olow, noted Polish Jewish journa- of London since 1932.
list and son of Dr. Nahum Soko-
A native of Warsaw, educated
low, the famed Zionist leader, is in Warsaw and St. Petersburg
° dead at -age 80. Survived by his (Leningrad) as a lawyer. Mr. Soko-
low entered journalism in 1912 and
became known throughout Poland
as an editor, political commentator
and foreign correspondent. He was
widely known for his association
Benjamin Katz, ' teacher and with Gazeta Polska, Poland's lead-
counselor for 28 years at Moore ing prewar pewspaper.
Observation School for Boys, 1000
Mr. Sokolow made his home in
Alger, died Tuesday at age 51.
London in 1932 and in addition to
` Mr. Katz, a native Detroiter, re- serving as correspondent for Polish
ceived his masters degree in guid- dailies, wrote for publications in
ance and counseling from Wayne Britain and elsewhere. He achieved
State University, and at Moore distinction as a war correspondent
in World War II and as a BBC
advised "problem boys."
He was a teacher of Hebrew at broadcaster from London. His only
son
George, was killed in a Lon-
Cong. Shaarey Zedek and a mem-
.ber of several Orthodox congre- don air raid.
Mr. Sokolow maintained a lively
gations, Young Israel of Oak-
Woods, Mishkan Israel and Cong. interest in Jewish life, but did not
Bnai Zion. He also was a member actively participate in Jewish com-
of Israel - Lodge, Bnai Brith, Oak munal affairs. His books included
Park Lodge, FSEAM, Detroit Feder- a volume of essays, a memoir of
ation of Teachers and Detroit his father and a full-scale biog-
raphy of his father in manuscript
Schoolmen's Club.
Mr. Katz leaves his wife, Sylvia, form.
21660 Westhampton, Oak Park; a
son, Harvey Leon; two daughters, A. J. Friedman, 71;
Mrs. Neil (Anita) Millman and
Janice Deane; his parents, Mr. and Was Counsel for IRS
Mrs. Harry Katz; two brothers,
Abraham J. Friedman, assistant
David and Albert; and a sister, regional counsel for the Internal
Mrs. Samuel (Shirley) Horowitz of Revenue Service in Detroit for 16
Brooklyn. •
years, died last Saturday in his
Hollywood, Fla., home. He was 71.
Mr. Friedman, who born in
Yonkers, received his law degree
Evelyn D. Fenton, wife of at- from New York University in 1920
torney Morry M. Fenton, died last and was in private practice until
Saturday at age 09.
1943 when he joined the office
Mrs. Fenton, who resided at of the chief tax counsel in Wash-
the Sheraton-Cadillac Hotel, was ington. He came to Detroit two
a member of Temple Beth El and years later. Because of failing
its sisterhood, Detroit Chapter of health, he requested a transfer
ORT, National Council of Jewish to Florida in 1961, and retired
Women and Brandeis University shortly afterwareHe was a mem-
National Women's Committee, for ber of the New York, Michigan
which she was an active worker.
and American bar associations and
Born in Montreal, Mrs, Fenton active member of Hollywood's
was a Detroit resident the past Temple Beth El.
47 years.
Surviving are his wife, Clare;
Besides her husband, 'Mrs. Fen- and two sisters, Mrs. Julia Kopper
ton leaves two daughters, Mrs. and Fritzie, all of Hollywood.
Richard (Muriel) Serlin and Mrs.
Julian (Arlene) Fran k; five
sisters, Mrs. Ida Insley of New 'Jerusalem of Gold'
York, Mrs. Mary Kaplan, Mrs. Jen- Recorded by Monitor
nie Litwin, Mrs. Rose Samuels and
Monitor Records released the
Mrs. Rae Solomon, all of Montreal;
first American long-playing record
and six grandchildren.
featuring the new Israeli hit song
"Jerusalem of Gold." Performed
by the. Israeli singer Margalit
In Memory of Our Beloved
Ankory and backed by the Feenjon
Group, the rendition scores the
Father and Grandfather
beauty of this song which has
had an emotional impact on the
HARRY MITZ
Israelis.
The Feenjon Group, directed by
Who passed aw. ?Al 16,
Menachem Dworman, stems from
1954. Sadly missed and al.
the 'Greenwich Village Cafe Feen-
jon where these musicians per-
ways remembered by his
Orm nightly. The Feenjon "sound"
children and grandchil-
which has been described as
dren.
"sensuous, often lilting, always
passionate" produces the driving
excitement for the other selections
on this record.

Benjamin Katz, 51;
Adviser, Teacher

Evelyn Fenton, 69

In loving memory
of beloved
husband, father and
grandfather

LOUIS RASKIN,

Who passed away Sept. 5,
1919 (10 days in Elul).
Sadly missed by his wife,
Minnie; sons Marvin and
Danny; daughters, Mrs.
David A. Rosen and Mrs.
Belle Weingarden; grand-
children and great-grand/

children.

Stern College Enrolls 600

NEW YORK (JTA) — Enrollment
at the Yeshiva University's Stern
College for Women exceeded 600
when the college began its new
semester, Monday. The college op-
ened in 1954 with a student body
of 33.
An apartment-hotel valued at
$4,000,000, has been taken over by
the college as dormitorjes for out-
of-town students—about two-thirds
of the enrollment — and a 113-
year-old police station was acquired
and completely remodeled to pro-
vide additional administrative
space and classroom facilities.

Arab Oil Boycott
of Bonn Flops

BONN (JTA) — The proclaimed
Arab boycott against West Ger-
many during the past year has
been far from unanimous, accord-
ing to the latest official statistics
released here. Only Libya and
Iraq pursued the oil boycott, the
report said, while otller Arab
states continued to supply oil to
West Germany.
Kuwait and Algeria, for example,
delivered more oil to Germany in
the past year than ever before.
The Algerian dagivery was up
threefold since the proclaimed boy-
cott.

Hebrew U. Scientists
to Study Sinai Desert

JERUSALEM — The "geological
paradise" known as the Sinai Pen-
insula will be studied by a team of
scientists from the Hebrew Uni-
versity, who plan to set up a tem-
porary field camp in about a
month.
Yavoc Bentor, head of the uni-
versity's department of geology,
said the branch will be set up in
abandoned houses along the east
coats of the Gulf of Suez.
The geologists will study the
granite formations in the Sinai and
the coral reefs in the vicinity of
Sharm el Sheikh. Zoologists will
examine life in the Red Sea and
Mediterranean in hopes of measur-
ing what effect the mixing of the
waters through the Suez Canal has
had.
Botanists will make experimental
plantings to discover what varieties
of plant life can survive the desert
conditions, and medical scientists
will study their colleagues to de-
termine what effect life in the
desert has on their physiological
makeup.
Shortly after the Six-Dax war,
a four-day survey was held in the
region. Scientists brought back
about half a ton of rock specimens
for study.

Bertrand Russell's
Group Makes Charges

In an item headed "Lord Rus-
sell: Investigating the Israelis,"
Newsweek, in this week's Peri-
scope, states:
Philosopher Bertrand Russell,
who recently sponsored a "tri-
bunal" which found the U.S. guilty
of war crimes in Vietnam, has
turned his peace foundation's at-
tentions on Israel. A seven-mem-
ber mission, headed by Christopher
Farley, one of Russell's aides, has
been touring the Middle East for
three weeks. Farley, now in Cairo,
claims he has turned up evidence
that the Israelis used "inhuman"
weapons against the Arabs, and
that they were aided by Ameri-
can pilots.

Mark 70th Anniversary
of First Zionist Congress

NEW YORK — The '70th anni-
versary of the First Zionist Con-
gress held in Basle, Switzerland,
in 1897, will be observed by the
American Zionist Council Sept. 24,
in the Auditorium at 515 Park
Ave. The announcement of the
event was made by Jack Lefkowitz,
chairman of the anniversary com-
mittee.
The theme of the anniversary
will be "From Congres'i to Knes-
set."

OBITUARIES

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APPLEFIELD, 431Y7 Jud-
son, Royal Oak, died Sept. 8. She
leaves her husband Morris; a son,
Dr. Sheldon; three sisters and two
grandchildren.
• • •
ETHEL COHN, 18283 Ruther-
ford, died Sept. 7. Survived by two
sons, Allen and Barton; five broth-
ers, three sisters and three grand-
children.
• • •
SARAH ELKINS, 102 S. WalffUt"
Mount Clemens, died Sept. 11. Sur-
vived , by a son, Harry of Grosse
Pointe Park; two daughters, Mrs.
Theodore (Sadie) Bialock and Mrs.
Sam (Doris) Fishman of Oak
Park; and five grandchildren.
• • •
GEORGE FRANKEL, 21700
Westhampton, Oak Park, died Sept.
11. Survived by his wife, Ida; two
daughters, Mrs. Frederic
(Frances) Marblestone and Mrs.
Jerold (Marilyn) Hoskow; and four
grandchildren.
• • •
PHILLIP GLEIWITZER, 11501
Petoskey, died Sept. 10. He leaves
four nieces, Mrs. Morton (Bunny) .
Lazar, -Mrs. Adrian (Lenore)
Tobias of Miami Beach, Mrs.
Morris (Leah) Budnick of Dayton
and Mrs. Joseph (Henrietta) Jenef-
sky of Dayton.
• • *
SARAH KURSCH, 18610 Monte
Vista died Sept. 11. Survived by
two sons, Sam and Carl of Pater-
son, N.J.; and one grandchild.
• • •
CELIA MALKES, 11501 Petoskey,
died Sept. .11. Survived by three
sons, Jack, Samuel and Louis;
three daughters, Mrs. Julius
(Ethel) Ch se, Mrs. Samuel (Ann)
Raick and Betty -of Los Angeles;
and 10 grandchildren.
• • •
JENNIE ROSNER, 17035 New
Hampshire, Southfield, died Sept.
10. Survived by a son, Dr. Saul; a
daughter, Mrs. Earl (Elaine)
Meyers; one brother and•six grand-
children.
• • •
HERMAN STENBUCK. 766
Owego, Pontiac, died Sept. 13. He
leaves his wife, Bess; a son. Fred,
of Toledo; a daughter. Mrs. Carol
Chafets: four sisters and five
grandchildren.
• • •
GOLDIE TAICH, 11501 Petoskey.
died Sept. 8. Survived by two sons,
Joseph Taisch of Danville, Ill., and
'Nathan Taisch; a daughter. Mrs.
Ben (Rose) Friedman of Houston;
one sister and seven grandchlidren.
• • •
ROSE WEINMAN, 18917 Green-
wald, Southfield, died Sept. 12. She
leaves three daughters, Mrs. Stan-
ley (Yetta) Yates, Mrs. Milton
(Ellen) Moss and Mrs. Samuel
(Bess) Yura; seven grandchildren
and eight great-grandchildren.
• • •
HAROLD WEISZ, 18061 Wash-
burn, died Sept. 8. Survived by his
wife, Molly; his parents, Samuel
and Esther Weisz; a son, Barry;
three daughters, Mrs. Michael
(Sandra) Goodman, Mrs. Gail -

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During the coming
week Yeshiva Beth
Yehudo will observe

the Tohrzeit of the
deported
following

friends. with the
traditional Memorial
Prayers, recitation of
Kaddish and study-
ing of Mishnayes.

Hebrew Civil
Sept.
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Fannie Weiss
Kaplan Family
Sarah Coon •
Anna Goldstick
Esther Rosen
Martin Harris
Sarah Aronow
Gertrude itoscrithal
Gussie Cohen
Herman Levi
Lilly Fink
Goldie Kleiff
Sam Shlakman
Louis Freedman
Isaac Ross
Leo Bloch
David Olshansky
Yeheskiel Uss.snKin
Jacob Kaner
Hyman Schutzrnan
Joseph Kobrinsky
Abigail Saperstein
Abraham Pliskin
Harry Levin
Manis Levitt
Sarah Langwald
Anna Radner
Ethel Leiderman
Charles C•ottler
Hyman Sklar
Samuel Freed
Ben Repitor
Ezak Lazowsky
Solomon G. Chinitz
Sarah C. Rapp
Wolf Hubert
Abraham J. Hudosh
Bertha Weinschenk
Isadore C. Lubetsky
Blanche Kale
Sigmund M. Thorne
Esther Burko
Herman Michel
Molly Schwartz
Solomon Weber
Josef Glaser
Edus Barshack
Berman
Chana D. Kazerinski
Avrohom M.
Kazerinski
Samuel Katzenstein
William Sandler
Milton Burnstine
Samuel H. Goldman
Joseph Krell
Samuel Miller
Eli Gordon
Ida Esther Becker
Rose Diamond
Esther G. Ruffsky
Sam Dubin
Abraham Nathan
Harry Goodman

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