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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-05-10

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Friday, May 10, 1968-55 Racism Among Jews

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Edward Sklar, Age 68

Edward Sklar, a retired grocer
active in several local organiza-
tions, died May 3 at age 68.
Mr. Sklar, who was born in Po-
land, resided in Southfield, at
16225 Oxley. He was a member of
Cong. Adas Shalom, Hannah Sch-
loss Old Timers, Keidan Lodge of
Bnai Brith and the Town and
Country Club.
Surviving are his wife, Dorothy;
two daughters, Mrs. Lawrence
(Lila) B. Raskin and Mrs. Daniel
D. (Helene) Lublin; three broth-
ers, Dr. Jack, Sol and M o r r i s;
three sisters, Mrs. Sarah Stein,
Mrs. Mark L. Berman and Mrs.
Henry (Edna) Green; and seven
grandchildren.

Jake Chait, Retired
Produce Merchant, 76

Jake Chait, a retired produce
merchant, died Monday. He was
76.
Mr. Chait, 12841 Northfield, Oak
Park, was born in Russia and re-
sided in Detroit 60 years. He was a
member of the Julius Rosenwald
Post of American Legion, "Oak
Park Going Like 60 chib," Detroit
Fruit Vendors Association and the
Jewish Center.
Survivors are a son, Leo; three
daughters, Mrs. Harold (Sarah)
Somlyo, Mrs. SOl (Sylvia) Siegel
and Mrs. Ernest (Marion) Lustig;
a sister, Mrs. Ida Zipper of New
York; and eight grandchildren.

I In Memoriam

Dr. N. H. Goldberg,
Detroit Physician

Dr. Nathan H. Goldberg, a phy-
sician with of f i c e s in the Fox
Theater Building, died May 4 at
age 76.
Dr. Goldberg, 25660 Southfield,
in Southfield, was born in Decatur,
Ala., and resided in the Detroit
area for 50 years. He was a mem-
ber of Moslem Shrine, Jewish War
Veterans, and the American Medi-
cal Association. He was a graduate
of Vanderbilt University's medical
school in 1916.
Surviving are his wife, Sarah J.;
a son, John Gilmore; a daughter,
Mrs. Stanley (Marianne) Heller; a
b r o the r, Dr. Harry; and three
grandchildren.

Edward Goodman,
Southgate Teacher

Edward J. Goodman, a teacher
in the Southgate school system,
died Monday at age 49.
Mr. Goodman, 25117 Pierce,
Southfield, was a native of New
York and served during World War
II. He was a member of Bran-
deis Lodge of Bnai Brith, South-
field Civil Defense, Michigan Edu-
cation Association and the
American and Michigan speech and
hearing associations.
Surviving are his wife, Selma,
and a daughter, Ilene Ann.

Morris Weinstein, 75 •
Founded Linen Supply Co.

Morris -Weinstein, 23550 Clover-
In loving memory of Alex Heller lawn, Oak Park. founder and co-
who passed away May 11, 1967 -owner of the Abbott Towel Supply
Sadly missed and always remem Co., died Tuesday at age 75.
bered by his wife, Ruth, children .Born in Hungary, Mr. Weinstein
and grandchildren.
was a member of Cong. Bnai
Moshe and the Linen Supply Asso-
ciation of America.
Survivors are his wife, Rose;
In loving memory of our
two sons, Marvin of N. Miami
beloved mother and
Beach and Harold; a daughter,
grandmother
Mrs. Morton (Martha) Fried of
Leonia, N.J.; nine grandchildren
IDA MITZ
and one great-grandchild.
Who passed away May 9,
1954 (16 days in Iyar).
Sadly missed and never to
Linguist Prof. Terracini
be forgotten by your chil-
dren and grandchildren.
ROME (JTA) — Prof. Beneven-
uto Terrcini, an eminent linguist
and philologist and a member of
the National Academy of Science,
died in Turin May 4 at age 82.
President
Saragat of Italy, Premier
In Memory of Our Beloved
Moro and other cabinet ministers
DAVID L.
sent messages of condolence to the
Terracini family. Prof. Terracini
GOLDSMITH
was an active member of the Turin
Nothing can take away
Jewish community.
the love a heart holds
dear. Fond memories lin-
CARD OF THANKS
ger every day, remem-
The family of the late Herbert
brance keeps him near.
C. Kohn acknowledges with grate-
Sadly missed by wife
ful appreciation the many kind ex-
Sylvia, children and grand-
pressions of sympathy extended by
children.
relatives and friends during the
family's recent bereavement.

The Family of the Late

ESTHER GITLIN

acknowledges with sincere
appreciation the many expressions
of condolences and contributions
made in her memory.

Dr. Charles Gitlin and
Steinberg Family

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OBITUARIES

Must Be Eliminated,
Conference Told

NEW YORK (JTA)—The New
York Jewish Community Relations
Council called Sunday on the Jew-
ish community of the New York
area to seek to "eliminate every
vestige of racism" in the Jewish
community and to work for imple-
mentation of the Kerner report ou
civil disorders.
The appeals were made in reso-
lutions adopted at an all-day con-
ference of the JCRC, comprised of
14 local units of major Jewish
organizations.
Arthur J. Levine, president,
asked New York Jewry "to support
every responsible action that has
as its aim the integration of the
Negro into the mainstream of so-
ciety." Albert Vorspan, director of
the commission on social action of
the Union of American Hebrew
Congregations, said there was a
need to "re-educate" the Jewish
community because Jews were
"backlashing as other white Ameri-
cans are backlashing."
Mrs. Dorothy Jones of the Prot-
estant Council told the 100 Jewish
communal leaders that anti-Semi-
tism "is on the rise" in the Negro
community and that Negroes were
"disappointed" because Jews had
"hedged" on issues involving mi-
nority group needs in various city
boroughs.
Meanwhile, the American Jew-
ish Committee has published a
list of areas of action by which
members and Americans genet-.
ally could help to implement the
resolutions of the President's
National Advisory Committee on
Civil Disorders.
The organization listed 11 such
areas in its newsletter in which it
said that it was becoming steadily
more recognized that "only a huge,
concerted attack on the ghetto
crisis—as blueprinted by the com-
mission—will permanently restore
safety to our city streets without
destroying our civil liberties and
tearing the nation apart.'

Israeli Artist Disclaims
Distorted 'Signed' Letter

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

TEL AVIV — A prize-winning
Israeli artist who lectures at the
Haifa Technion repudiated Wednes-
day an anti-Israel letter that was
published in the Moscow news-
paper Pravda over his own and
some 90 other signatures, many of
them Israelis.
Itzhak Danziger, a sculptor, said
he was misled as to the contents
of the letter which accused Israel
of persecuting Arabs in the occu-
pied territories. He said he was
approached to sign the letter by
another instructor at the Technion.
who said it was for publication in
a local newspaper. But it appeared
in Pravda and was a distorted ver-
sion of the letter that he had
signed the sculptor claimed.
Kibutz Negba, an affiliate of
the left-wing labor party Mapam,
voted Tuesday to expel a member
who was also a signatory of the
Pravda letter. The member re-
fused to repudite the letter and
said he was being ousted because
of his political views.

Esther Silk Dies in L.A.

Mrs. Esther Silk, the former Mrs.
L. Wasserman of Detroit, died
Wednesday in Los Angeles after a
long illness.
During her residence here, Mrs.
Silk was active, with her late first
husband, Zalman Wasserman, in
numerous Zionist and other com-
munal affairs.
Surviving are her husband, Elias
(Ed), and a son, Jack Wasserman.
man.



MORRIS CUTLER, 18452 Ilene,
died May 6. He leaves five sons,
Leon, of New Haven, Conn., Philip,
Ralph, Harry and Nathan; one
brother, six grandchildren and two
great-grandchildren.
* * *
PHILIP FEINSTEIN, 19496
Santa Barbara, died May 5. Sur-
vived by a son, Meyer; two daugh-
ters, Mrs. Sol (Ruth) Lefton and
Mrs. Julian (Sadie) Espar; two
brothers, two sisters, three grand-
children and two great-grandchil-
dren.
* * •
PHYLLIS R. FINE, 18150 Adri-
an, Southfield, died May 5.. She
leaves her husband, William M.;
two sons, Allen and Mark; a
daughter, Terrie; and her mother,
Mrs. Sadie Rattner.
* * *
LESTER GOLDEN, 19'736 Little-
field, died May 2. He leaves a son,
Louis; three daughters, Mrs. Isa-
dore (Vera) Weinberg, Mrs. Louis
(Lucille) Wonboy and Mrs. Mau-
rice (Doris) Chandler; two broth-
ers, two sisters, 15 grandchildren
and one great-grandchild.
* * *
FLORA GRUEN, 19973 Mans-
field, died May 5. Survived by her
husband, Ernest; a son, Robert A.
Reiner; two brothers, one sister
and two grandchildren.
* * *
MARSHALL LEFTON', 19401
Lindsay, died April 28. He leaves
his wife, Jeanette, and a daughter,
Eileen Schulak of San Francisco.

*

* *

HATTIE LEIPZIGER, of Or-
chard Lake, died May 1. She leaves
a daughter, Mrs. David (Jean)
Brenner; one brother, seven grand-
children and one great-grandchild.
* * *
SADIE LIVINGTON of Pitts-
burgh died May 3. Survived by two
sons, Sam Reymer of Detroit and
Martin; three daughters, Mrs. Viola
Lebowitz and Mrs. Oscar (Freda)
Foster,. both of Detroit, and Mrs.
Dave (Minnie) Scherr of Bakers-
field, Calif.; 12 grandchildren and
11 great-grandchildren.
* * *
LEON MONA.ST, 17158 Indiana,
died May 7. He leaves his wife,
Ella; two sons, Sam and Benja-
min- and six grandchildren.
* * *
HARRY MUST, 21530 W. Seven
Mile, died May 7. He leaves his
wife, Celia; a son, Raymond of
Dayton; a daughter, Mrs. Richard
I. (Natalie) Lankin; two brothers,
two sisters and six grandchildren.
* 4' *
IDA ORZUCH, 3812 Tyler, died
May 3. Survived by a son, Bernard;

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Meyers; and four grandchildren,
* * *
JOSEPH ROS'EN, former De-
troiter of Los Angeles, died April
20. He leaves his wife, Gertrude;
a son, Irving; two daughters, Mrs.
Lillian Maltz and Mrs. Frances
Schaeffer of Beverly Hills; two
sisters and eight grandchildren.
Interment Detroit.
* * *
BEN RUBIN, 17369 Kentucky,
died May 2. Survived by his wife,
Sarah; a son, David; a daughter,
Mrs. Louis (Florence) Hoffman;
two brothers and five grandchil-
dren.
*
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*

ELLIOTT A. WESTON, 23871
Morton, Oak Park, died May 8. He
leaves his wife, Dorothy; a son,
Steven; a daughter, Jody; his
mother, Mrs. Sadie Weinstein; one
brother and one sister.

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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.

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Sarah Ussishkin
Kopel Kaplowitz
Aizik Selesny
Libby Taitelbaum
Max Schultz
Joseph Morris Yaker
Emil Kahan
Minnie Friedman
David Schneider
Fanny Pevoz
Sara Zlotnik
Anna Bennett
Louis Kort
Morris Hirsch
Bella Kowa!!
Chayah Stolinsky
Ike Cohn
Mordechai Bronstein
Ben Hirsch
Sidney Orechkin
Rose Basil Rose
Herman Modtinsky
Aaron Wasserman
Noah Ellias
Sarah Natinsky
Joseph Robinson
Max lwrey
Robert Flayer
Hyman Stolarsky
Alfred Schmidel
Sarah Wuntner
Rabbi Moses Fischer
Harry Berman
Louis Leiderman
Arthur Barach
Milton Cogen
Ida Green
Samuel Zelikowifz
Joseph E. Fleischman
Rila Hess
Leon Hess
Harry Bias
Moes Weiswasser
Charles Laskey
Harry Berger
Abraham Metier
Chaye Sora bas Isroel
Louis Buchbinder
Mary Shindler
Lottie Wainger
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