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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, June 14, 1968-47

OBITUARIES

Young Israel Trains
Hard-Core Jobless

Randolph Churchill,
Author, Anglo-Zionist

NEW YORK (JTA)—An Ortho-
dox Jewish organization, under-
taking a federal contract to pro-
vide job training for hard-core
unemployed minority group mem-
bers, not only enrolled and trained
more applicants than the contract
required but even returned to the
Department of Labor a substantial
amount of unused federal funds.
The manpower commission of
the Labor Department awarded
the Young Israel employment bu-
reau its first on-the-job training
contract for the 1966-67 year. The
contract required Young Israel to
provide, on a nonsectarian basis,
training for 400 hard-core unem-
ployed.
Under the contract, Young Is-
rael was allocated a lump sum for
400 plicements up to a maximum
expenditure per trainee of $400.
By careful handling of the funds,
the bureau was able to train not
400 person but 501, and still was
able to return to the Department
of Labor $70,000 in unexpended
funds from the total contract allo-
cation.
The federal experience with on-
the-job training contracts has
been that contracting organizations
rarely fill the specified number of
"slots" and even more rarely have
unexpended federal funds to return
when a contract is fulfilled.

LONDON (JTA) — Randolph S.
Churchill, an internationally known
author and journalist who was the
only son of the late Sir Winston
and Lady Churchill, died here at
age 57.
Mr. Churchill was a life-long
Anglo-Zionist and often represent-
ed his father at official functions
in Israel.
On many occasions he served as
go-between for his father and the
late Dr. Chaim Weizmann, head of
the World Zionist Organization
during the pre-Statehood years,
who became Israel's first presi-
dent.
Mr. Churchill served as a major
in the British Army during World
War II and spent time in Jerusa-
lem. His open support of Zionist
aspirations made him unpopular
with the British administration in
Palestine.
After last June's Six-Day War,
he wrote a book on the conflict
and its causes which became a best
seller.

.

Canadian Premier Backs
Group Libel Legislation

WINNIPEG (JTA)—Prime Min-
ister Pierre E. Trudeau has
pledged his support for the enact;
ment of a federal group libel law
to eliminate the spread of racial
and religious hate propaganda, the
Winnipeg Tribune declared.
Trudeau, who had supported
suuch legislation as minister of
justice in- the Pearson administra-
tion, said the government planned
to "make it a crime" for any group
to ."slander a person or group"
with literature just as it is a crime
for an individual to slander an-
other person verbally. The pro-
posed measure has aroused con-
siderable controversy in Canada
and was subject of major debate
at the recent plenary session of the
Canadian Jewish Congress.

Arabs Try to Force Entry
into Paris Synagogue

SOL ABRAMSOHN, 18600 Ilene,
died June 7. He leaves a son, Sey-
mour of Panorama City, Calif; a
daughter, Mrs. Donald (D o r i s)
Kriseman; two brothers, three
sisters and four grandchildren.
* * *
FANNIE BIALICK, 15745 Ohio,
died June 10. Survived by her hus-
band, Abraham; two sons, Hymie
and Louis; a daughter, Mrs. Lena
Wolk; one brother and six grand-
children.
* * *
DAVID BOOKSTEIN, 11501
Petoskey, died June 9. He leaves
two sons, Dr. A.M. Bookstein and
'Jack Bookston of Costa Mesa,
Calif.; a d a u g h t e r, Mrs. Rose
Levy; six grandchildren and four
great-grand children.

Abraham Elconin, CPA

Samuel Sklar, Age 70;
Worked for Newspaper

Samuel A. Sklar, past president
of Louis Stone Lodge, Bnai Brith,
and a life member of Perfection
Lodge of the Masons, died Tues-
day at age 70.
Mr. Sklar, who was recently re-
tired as circulation manager of the
Detroit Free Press, was founder
and past president of the Free
Press Retirees. He resided at 21421
Ridgedale, Oak Park.
Born in Russia, Mr. Sklar was a
member of Temple Israel and its
men's club.
Survivors are two daughters,
Mrs. Harry (Shirley) Manheimer
and Mrs. Maurice (Ileene) Mans-
field; a brother, oseph; five sis-
ters, Mrs. Jennie Maskin, Mrs. Sol
(Lillian) Goldman, Mrs. Ethel Bar-
nett, Mrs. Sarah Bronstein and
Mrs. Betty Krause; three grand-
children and two great-grandchil-
dren.

Abraham V. Elconin, a certified
public accountant with the firm of
Elconing and Bornstein, 12731
Puritan, died June 7 at age 72.
Mr. Elconin, 30596 Southfield, in
Southfield, was born in Russia. He
belonged to Temple Israel, Mosaic
Lodge of the Masons and Crescent
Shrine Club, as well as the Michi-
gan Association of CPAs.
He leaves his wife, Adele; two
daughters, Mrs. Leonard (Connie)
Mason of Monroe and Mrs. Harold
(Ruth) Bornstein; two brothers,
David and Benjamin; three sisters,
Mrs. Chaim (Emma) Fabrikant,
Mrs. Vitva Marian of Los Angeles
and Mrs. Esther Primack, also of
Los Angeles; and five grandchil-
dren.
Mrs. Pazner, Ex-Detroiter,

Dies in Windsor at 72

Pearl Sloman, Age 81

Pearl Sloman, a member of
Temple Beth El and its sisterhood
and National Council of Jewish
Women, died Tuesday at age 81.
Mrs. Sloman, born in Green-
ville, Miss., lived in Detroit 60
years. She resided at 18001 Ham-
ilton. During the war, she served
with the USO and was with the
American Red Cross.
Surviving are a son, Norman of
Kansas City; a daughter, Mrs. Max
(Eleanor) Loewenstein; a sister,
Mrs. Al (Lillian) Hamburg of Mar-
ion, 0.; seven grandchildren and
eight great-grandchildren.

Marion Howard Pazner, 2480
Everts, Windsor, died June 7. She
was 72. A 47-year resident of De-
troit, Russian-born Mrs. Pazner
was living in Windsor for the past
four years.
She was a member of Hadassah
and Bnai Brith in Windsor, Cong.
Shaar Hashomayim, Windsor, and
Cong. Bnai David Sisterhood,
Southfield.
Surviving are her husband,
Frank; two sons, Mel and Lee
Howard; a stepson , Burt; two
stepdaughters, Mrs. Nathan (Elea-
nore) Rubin and Mrs. Paul (Ro-
berta) Lesansky; four brothers,
Morris Michlin of Detroit, Philip
of Sodus, N.Y., Arthur and Ber-
nard, both of Rochester, N.Y.;
three sisters, Mrs. Gordon (Doro-
thy) Moscov and Mrs. Raymond
(Jeanne) Horwitz, both of Bright-
on, N.Y., and Mrs. Bessie Rubin
of Rochester; and nine grandchil-
dren.

PARIS (JTA) — A gang of
Arabs armed with clubs tried to
force its way into the synagogue
on Julian LaCroix Street in the
Belleville district early Tuesday
morning but was barred by a group
of North African Jews and fled
Card of Thanks
when police arrived. The quarter
The family of the late Ben
was the scene of riots a week ago. Weinstein acknowledges with grate-
ful appreciation the many kind
The punishment of a liar is that
expressions of sympathy extended
he is not believed even when he by relatives and friends during
tells the truth.—Sanhedrin 89
the family's recent bereavement.
* * *
The family of the late Nathan
Standler acknowledge with grate- Bertha Weissman, 72
In Loving Memory of
ful appreciation the many kind
Bertha Weissman, a member of
expressions of sympathy extended several community organizations,
Our Dear Mother and
by relatives and friends during the died June 8 at age 72.
Grandmother
family's recent bereavement.
Mrs. Weissman, 18200 Coyle, was
born in Russia and lived in Detroit
LIBBY
45 years. She belonged to Bnai
Brith, Ezra Aid to Israel, Hadas-
ROSENBERG
sah, Pioneer Women, Jewish Wo-
' The Family of the Late
Who passed away nine
men's European Welfare Organi-
years ago, June 16, 1959
zation at the National Council of
FANNIE
FREED
(11 days in Sivan). Her
Jewish Women.
beloved memory will al-
Acknowledges with grate-
Survivors are two sons, Louis
ways be our inspiration.
ful appreciation the many
Schulman and Morris Garrison;
Sadly missed and • always
kind expressions of sym-
three daughters, Mrs. Irving (Thel-
remembered by her chil-
pathy extended by rela-
ma) Isaacs, Mrs. Philip (Mildred)
dren, Rose and Mitchell,
tives and friends during
Bronstein of Sherman Oaks, Calif.,
Max and Ann, Esther and
the family's recent be-
and Mrs. Ethel Simons of Redwood
Dave, and grandchildren.
reavement.
City, Calif.; a sister, Mrs. Alex
(Nettie) Rabinovitch of Downsview,
Ont.; and 18 grandchildren.

JACOB BRODY, 19496 Free-
land, died June 2. He leaves his
wife, Minnie; a son, Bernard; two
daughters, Mrs. Jack (Harriet)
Kirschner and Sarah; one sister,
four grandchildren and one great-
grandchild.
* * *
PHILLIP BURKOFF, 27156 Fair-
fax, Southfield, died June 12. Sur-
vived by three daughters, Mrs.
Michael (Estelle) Wainer, Mrs.
Bernard (Harriett) Newport of
University City, Mo., and Mrs.
James (Wilma) Cantwell of St.
Louis; 10 grandchildren and two
great-grandchildren.

*

* *

RACHEL COHEN, 1040 James
K. Blvd., Pontiac, died June 6.
She leaves a daughter, Mrs .Mau-
rice (Faye) Thome; one brother,
three grandchildren and three
great-grandchildren.
* *
LOUIS FREEDMAN, 11501 Pe-
toskey, died June 6. He leaves
two sons, Julius and Dr. David;
three daughter s, Mrs. Morris
(Jean) Tonkin, Mrs. Ann Jaffe
and Mrs. J. Harmon (Dorothy)
Moss; eleven grandchildren and
ten great-grandchildren.
* * *
IRENE GELLER, 12727 Elgin,
Huntington Woods, died June 10.
She leaves a daughter, Mrs. Sho-
shanah Katz: one brother, one sis-
ter and two grandchildren.
• * *
SAMUEL GERSHON MARGO-
LIS, 23601 Mori itz, Oak Park, died
June 12. Survived by two sons,
Leonard and Harry; a daughter,
Mrs. Conrad (Ruth) Levy of Cin-
cinnati; and seven grandchildren.

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FANNIE HERTZBERG, 20696 1
Knob Woods, Southfield, died June
11 at age 103. Survived by a son,
Barney; one brother, seven grand-
children and 14 great-grandchil-
dren.
* *
HERMAN HIRSCHHORN, 17310
Kentucky, died June 9. Survived by
his wife, Diana; a son, Austin; a
daughter, Mrs. Jacqueline Ferrara
of New York; one sister and two
grandchildren.
* * *
HELEN COHEN KERN, 120 By-
ron, Howell, died June 11. She
leaves a brother, Bernard Cohen;
and four sisters, Mrs. Florence
Wittenberg, Mrs. John (Frieda)
Pro c t e r, Mrs. Ray (Sarabelle)
Barton and Mrs Ray.mond Ha-
bich (Adele).
* * *.
LOUIS KROLIK, of Miami died
June 3. He leaves his wife, Helen;
a brother, Jacob Blitzer, and a sis-

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* * *

BEN RUBINSTEIN. 30236 South-
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* * *

HARRY SELFON, 2915 Dan,
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Ida Goldman
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Rebecca Glazer
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Isaac Rosenthal
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Norman Egren
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Louis Aronoff
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William Cohen
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Moses Weingarden
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Ida Cohen
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Albert Pritz
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Morris Stoller
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Joseph Rosenberg
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Bertha Cossman
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Isadore Glattstein
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Dora Krause
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Jacob Surowitz
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Henry Weinbaum
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Sarah Fantich
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Sarah Feigelman
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