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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-03-07

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New Production in Birobidzhan

An article by Mikhail Shevel,
Novosti Press Agency correspond-
ent, released to us by the Soviet
embassy in Washington, states that
the production of "Ziamka Ko-
pach," a play written by Soviet
dramatist Mark Daniel in the 1930s,
had its first night in the Jewish
people's theater of Birobidzhan.
The play shows how the working
Jews fought for Soviet power'shoul-
der to shoulder with Russians,
Ukrainians, Lithuanians, Byelorus-
sians and Poles.
"Ziamka Kopach" is the fifth
production of the Birobidzhan Jew_
ish People's Theater established
three years ago, Shevel wrote. Its
first production was Sholom Alei-
hem's play "Congratulations!"
("Mazeltov"). For the staging of
M. Gershenzon's comedy "Ger-
shels Ostropoler," the theater was
awarded the honorary title of
Laureate of the All-Russian Review
of People's Theaters.
"Ziamka Kopach" was staged
by young members of the company
who had started their stage careers
at amateur groups of plants, offices
and educational establishments of
Birobidzhan. The role of Ziamka
Kopach is played by Iosif Vaisman,
a foreman of the Dalselmash har-
vester combine plant.
Mikhail Benegelsdorf, art direc-
tor of the People's Theater, said
that Sholom Aleichem's play "Tevia
the Milhiker" would be staged
soon.
"Besides," he said, "we are in-
terested in the play by the well-
known Jewish writer and dramatist
Samuil Gordon, "Balshem Street"
devoted to the anti-fascist theme
which has lost none of the urgency

In Memory of Our
Beloved Husband,
Father and Grandfather

MARTIN COHEN

Who passed away March
5, 1967. Sadly missed and
always remembered by
his wife, children and
grandchildren.

• WE REMEMBER
1- arx rem

During the coming
week Yeshiva Beth
Yehuda will observe
the Yahrzeit of the
following deported
friends, with the
traditional Memorial
Prayers, recitation of
Kaddish and study-
ing of Mishnayes.

Hebrew Civil
ADAR March
9
Eva Shlakman
19
9
E. Friedman
19
9
19
Rebecca Katzer
9
Leo Barth
19
9
19
Charles Drescher
9
Julius Wasserman
19
9
Meyer Weisberg
19
9
19
Harold Herman
9
Jenny Lebus
19
9
19
Rachel Scherr
9
19
Harry Raskin
10
William Schwartzman 20
10
Meyer Nusbaum
10
Bessie Baskin
20
11
Bessie Bulkin
21
Anna Chausky
21
11
Leah Menuck
21
11
21
Faivel Applebaum
11
Abraham Marcus
21
11
Lillian Bluestein
21
11
21
Hyman Lerner
11
Sylvia Silverstein
21
11
Jacob Chaben
21
12
Yitzchok Zemel
22
12
Fannie Kart
22
12
Abraham Dubrinsky 22
12
Nathan Sheeter
22
12
Harry Marwil
22
12
Louis Barsky
22
12
Roy Radner
22
12
Abram Martin
22
Sadie Tzevine
12
22
13
Rebecca Lipshitz
23
13
Nathan Kane
23
13
Norman Fill
23
13
23
Alexander Farber
14
14
Jacob Weinschenk
. 14
Rachel L. Ellenson
24
14
24
Abraham Deroven
15
Jessie Berris
25
15
Alex Goldberg
25
15
Robert Levin
25
15
Sarah Kaplan
25
15
Ephriam Cohn
25

Yeshivath Beth Yehnrlah
15751 W. 101/2 Mi. Southfield

Phone 353-6750

Airport Synagogue Marks THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

today. Our music director, Abram Czech Jewish Millennium
Gershkov, is now preparing a con-
NEW YORK—The International
cert program of Jewish folklore. Synagogue will be the locale for
We shall present this program at an observance of a millennium of
the region's village clubs."
Jewish life and creativity in
Czechoslovakia 11 a.m. Sunday. '
A significant aspect of this cele-
bration will be a display in the
International Synagogue Museum
of religious art objects and his-
David Newman, founder of the toric documents which will tell the
Newman Building Co., 22371 New- story of the 1,000th year history Of
man, Dearborn, died Monday at the Jewish community of Czecho-
age 75.
slovakia. Rabbi Hugo StranskY,
Mr. Newman, whose home was spiritual leader of Cong. Beth
at the above address, was born in Hillel and himself of Czechoslovak
Poland and lived in Dearborn for origin, will conduct a tour of the
43 years. He founded the building museum exhibits.
concern 18 years ago and con-
A special guest will be Rabbi
structed the U.S. Post Office there.
Emil Davidowitz, who served for
as well as the West Dearborn Plaza
many years as spiritual leader
and David Newman Building.
of the Jewish community in Pra-
A member of the Downtown Syn-
gue, and who is now chief rabbi
agogue board of directors, Mr.
of the province of Westphalia,
Newman belonged to the American
Germany. The principal address
Legion Post of Dearborn, Jewish
will be delivered by Dr. Curt
War Veterans Post 135, Forty and
Silberman,
president of the
Eight Club. Odd Fellows, Elks.
American Federation of Jews
Dearborn Chamber of Commerce
from Central Europe.
and 100 Club of Dearborn.
Rabbi Gilbert Klaperman, presi-
Survivors are his wife, Sarah; dent of the New York Board of
a son, Norman; a daughter, Mrs.
Rabbis, will extend greetings on
Lawrence (Gloria) Morrison of behalf of the
board. Also partici-
Williamsville, N.Y.; and five grand-
pating in the program will be
children.
Rabbi Eugene J. Cohen, chaplain
of the International Synagogue.
British Relief Federation Rabbi Israel Mowshowitz, .chair-
man of the board of the Interna-
Marks 49th Anniversary
tional Synagogue, will preside.
LONDON (JTA) — The Federa-
tion of Jewish Relief Organiza-
tions of Britain marked its 49th Rehovot Physicists Get
anniversary here and looked back Nuclear Analysis Tool
over nearly half a century of ser-
vice to Jews in Britain and abroad, With Volkswagen Funds
which ranged from the dispatch
REHOVOT — A 15-ton magnetic
of relief packages and clothing to spectrograph, which provides Is-
needy war reugees to participa- raeli scientist with a powerful new
tion in the construction of a new tool for investigating the mysteri-
youth center in the Israeli town ous world inside the nucleus of the
of Ramleh.
atom, has just been installed at
The federation is providing half the Weizmann Institute's Dannie N.
of the $17,000 to build the center Heineman Accelerator Laboratory
and the township is providing the in Rehovot.
balance.
Its purchase was made possible
Other federation projects in Is- by funds from Germany's Volks-
rael include the maintenance of wagenwerk Foundation, which has
nursery schools for children eight also provided other important
months to three years of age; kin- heavy equipment for Rehovot re-
dergartens for three and four year- searchers, as well as 84 fellowships
olds and youth clubs in Tel Aviv permitting German scientists to
and Beersheba. It is building a work in Israel, and Israelis to
new day nursery in Gedera de- work at German research centers.
signed to care for 80 infants.
The federation reported that
since its establishment it had spent Israeli Merchant Ships
$6,000,000 on constructive Jewish Tighten Their Security
relief. Since May 1949, it distrib-
JERUSALEM (ZINS) — Israel
uted 390 tons of clothing and 38 tons
has strengthened her security mea-
of other material.
sures on her merchant marine ves-
sels as a result of the attack by
Free Will
Arab terrorists on the El Al plane
A horse that is hitched with oth- in Zurich. The precautions were
ers to a wagon is not free not to
taken on all vessels of her mer-
walk in front of the wagon; and if
chant marine fleet plying in the
it will not draw, the wagon will
open
seas or stationed in foreign
strike its legs, and it will go
whither the wagon goes, and will ports.
Recently, Israeli ships have
pull it involuntarily. But, in spite
of this limited freedom, it is free anchored in foreign ports close to
Arab
vessels. In accordance with
itself to pull the wagon, or be
dragged along by it. The same is the new regulations, issued by the
local port authorities, Israeli ships
true of man.—Leo Tolstoy.
from now on will no longer be per-
mitted to anchor close to vessels
sailing under Arab flags.
I wish to take this means
to convey my gratitude to
Chesed Shel Emes and to my
Lillian Gornbein, 49
many friends for their ex-
Lillian Gornbein, a third grade
pression of honor to my
teacher at Thomas E. Dewey
Father,
School, Oak Park, for the past six
ASHER PRERO
years, died Wednesday at age 49.
Mrs. Gornbein, 18289 Ohio, was
Alav Hashalom. I am also
a graduate of Wayne State Uni-
deeply grateful for the dem-
versity
in 1962 and was a member
onstrations of helpfulness dur-
of Labor Zionist Branch 7. Born
ing the period of Shiva.
in
Russia,
she had lived in De-
Rabbi Samuel IL Prero
troit 45 years.
Survivors are her husband,
Abraham; a son, Henry; her father,
Samuel Westerman; and a sister,
Wife Evelyn Zalla
Mrs. Stanford (Elizabeth) Gross.
and The Family of the
Late

David Newman, 75,
Active Dearbonite

.

,

.

ALAN ZALLA

Acknowledge with grate-
ful appreciation the many
kind expressions of sym-
pathy extended by rela-
tives and friends during
the family's recent be-
reavement.

Friday, March 7, 1969-39

OBITUARIES

BEN BARNETT, former Detroit-
er of Miami, died Feb. 17. He
leaves his wife, Sadie; a son, Mil-
ton, of Detroit; and three grand-
children.

ROSE BERK, 20656 Knob Woods,
Southfield, died March 1. She
leaves a son, Ernest of North
Miami; two sisters and two grand-
children.
* * •
CHARLES CAPP, 15130 James,
Oak Park, died March 1. He leaves
his wife, Gertrude; three sons, Dr.
Sheldon of Greenwich, Conn., Jerry
of New York and Herbert; a
daughter, Mrs. Maurice J. (Elaine)
Fried; one brother, three sisters
and five grandchildren.

MAX CITRIN, 13725 Dexter, died
Feb. 27. Survived by three neph-
ews, Hyman, Bennie and Marvin
Goldstein; and two nieces, Mrs.
Abraham (Bernice) Weinstein and
Mrs. Sol (Nettie) Brenner.

Ill.; two daughters, Mrs. Jack
(Mollie) Ekter and Mrs. Walter
(Betty) Merna; six grandchildren,
and three great-grandchildren.
*
JOSEPH ROSENN of Wilkes-
Barre, Pa., died Feb. 23. Survived
by two sons, Max and Harold;
two daughters, Mrs. Myer (Lil-
lian) Teitelbaum of Detroit and
Mrs. Florence Weinberg; two sis-
, ters, 'eight grandchildren and two
gr ea t-grandchildten. Interment
Wilkes-Barre. ./
*
DAVID SELBST, former Detroit-
er of Jackson, died March 5. Sur-
vived by his mother, Mrs. Jennie
Selbst of Detroit; one brother and
one sister.
* * *
SIDNEY SLOBIN, former De-
troiter of Los Angeles, died March
2. Survived by a daughter, Mrs.
Sheila Schechter of Brooklyn; a
brother, Norval of Detroit; and
four grandchildren.
* * a
J U L I U S TATELMAN, 19225
Woodbine, died Feb. 28. Survived
by his wife, Sophie; a son, Dr.
Maurice; two daughters, Mrs. Al-
bert (Adeline) Brown and Mrs.
Henry (Florence) Greenberger of
Culver City, Calif.: one brother, '
one sister and six grandchildren.

JULIA ENGEL, 3460 Sherbourne,
died March 1. She leaves a son.
George; a daughter, Kathlyn; and
two grandchildren.
a a •
RIJTH GOLDBERG. 20251 Faust,
died March 4. She leaves her hus-
band, Ellis; a son. Donald; one sis-
ter, and one grandchild.
* a a
BERL WERNER, 1600 Antietam,
HARRY A. GURWIN. former De- died March 5. He leaves two sons,
troiter, of Miami Beach, died Feb. Manfred and David of Chicago;
27. He leaves his wife, Rose: two one sister and thi..0 .randchiVen.
brothers and three sisters. Inter
ment Detroit.
*
MAURICE LEVIN, 19799 Mar-
lowe, died Feb. 28. Survived by his
wife, Lena; and a brother, Sam
Leeds.
* a
SOPHIE RADOVSKY, 2723 Full-
erton, died March 5. Survived by
a son, Joseph Radov of Glen Cove,

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Harry Fixler, 83

Harry Fixler, a charter member
of Cong. Bnai Moshe, died Feb. 27
at age 83.
Mr. Fixler, 13620 Kenwood, Oak.
Park, was a retired insurance
agent for Sun Life Assurance of
Canada. He was a member of Pis-
gab Lodge, Bnai Brith, Schiller
Lodge of the Masons. Detroit Con-
sistory and Moslem Temple and
the Jewish Center Businessmen's
Club. He was born in Hungary.
Surviying are his wife, Sarah: a
daughter, Mrs. Jack (Hilda) Er-
man; a brother, Charles of Israel;
four grandchildren and one great-
grandchild. He was the father of
the late Edgar Fixler.

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