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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, June 20, 1969-39

OBITUARIES

Rosensaft Confident World Court
Will Forbid Bergen-Belsen Exhumation

LONDON (JTA)—The last sur- meat in 1954, but exhumation of
vivor to leave the Bergen-Belsen the Bergen-Belsen graves is op-
concentration camp after World possed by West German authori-
War II said here that he was con- ties. Rosensaft and his organi-
findent an international court of zation are in the forefront of
arbitration would forbid France to worldwide efforts to prevent it.
exhume the mass graves there in
Their chief argument, backed up
order to remove the remains of 139 by scientific authorities, is that it
Frenchmen for reburial in France. would be impossible, 25 years lat-
Joseph Rosensaft, 58, now a New er, to distinguish the remains of
York businessman and chairman Frenchmen from those of other
of the World Association of Ber- victims buried in a common
gen-Belsen Federations, told JTA grave. The mass burials took place
that the court of arbitration has in April, 1945, after British forces
not yet rendered its verdict, add- liberated the camp. Quicklime and
ing, "I understand the verdict will strong disinfectants were poured
be pronounced soon. I am confi- into the grave as a typhoid epi-
dent of the outcome, and I hope demic was raging at the time. Ac-
that once the verdict is pronounced cording to scientists, even the
we shall have done away with this bones would be disintegrated by
nightmare for good." now.
The International Court of Arbi-
This testimony was presented to
tration was established in Coblenz nine judges of the International
to adjudicate disputes between the Court of Arbitration who visited
World War II allies. It was assign- the Bergen-Belsen site, near Han-
ed to the Bergen-Belsen case to over, last month.
decide whether a little known
agreement between France and Sokolow Daughter Maria,
West Germany permitting the re-
turn to France of the remains of Musician and Writer
French victims of Nazism applies MONTE CARLO—Dr. Maria Hej-
and whether it is possible to deter- man, Dr. Nahauzn Sokolok's eldest
mine which remains are those of daughter, who died here June 7,
Frenchmen.
was considered a brilliant musician
France bases its case for ex- and studied singing in various
European cities.
!ululation on the agreement
reached with the Bonn govern-
Born in Warsaw, she was grad-
uated summe cum laude as doctor
of philosophy in Berne, and return-
ed to Warsaw to become director
In Loving Memory of Our
of the emigration office.
• Dear, Departed Wife
and Mother
In 1912, she married Stanislaw
Mendelson, an eminent writer and
JENNIE
founder
of the Polish Socialist
NEWBERGER
Party "Proleteria " who died at an
Who passed away June
age. She later married Stefan
early
20, 1956. Sadly missed
Hejman.
and always remembered
For many years a Warsaw cor-
by her husband, Nathan,
respondent to Jewish journals, Dr.
and daughters Marjorie
Hejman
attended the first Zionist
and Mrs. Abner (Adeline)
Congress as a delegate with her
C. Rosenzweig.
father; she knew Theodor Herzl
and was always active in the Zion-
ist movement. During the last war,
she was a monitor at BBC and was
very, itptijar the Polish Jewish
In Loving Malign al -
Refrigee-Ttrhir She is survived by
"Our Dearest Mother"
ason-:-Jkt7.a.,:sister, Dr. Celina

Frances
(Fanny) Roth

June 21, 1962

Each time we see a bud-
ding tree,

Or watch a flower grow,
And feel the warmth of
the morning sun,
Dear, Mom! we miss you
so!

seven years since
you've gone away.

It's

Our heart's still full of
pain,
To think that all these

things you loved,
Will never shine upon
your face again.

• • •

WILLIAM DUBRINSKY, 18260
Ohio, died June 18. Survived by
his mother, Libbie; a brother, Reu-
bin, and a sister, Mrs. Erwin
(Bessie) Kornwise.

*
ROSE FRIEDMAN, 13301 N.
Norfolk, died June 11. Survived by
two daughters, Mrs. Henry (Rita)
Leeds and Bea; one brother, two
sisters and four grandchildren.
* * *
ROSE GORSOFF, 13860 Kenwood,
Oak Park, died June 14. She leaves I
a son, Morris, two daughters, Mrs. I

JOSEPH SMITH, 3860 31st St.
Al (Betty) Bressler and Mrs. Syd-
ney (Lillian) Gould; one sister, died June 16. Survived by his wife,

eight grandchildren, 10 great- Ann; nieces and nephews.
* * *
grandchildren and one great-great-
grandchild. A son, Hyman, died
MARVIN SNYDER, 4445 Middle-
three months ago.
ton, Orchard Lake, died June 14.
. 7
Survived by his wife, Joyce, two
DOROTHY KATZ, 20610 Willo- sons, Lance and Bradley; his par-
wick, Southfield, died June 16. Sur- ents, Mr. and Mrs. George Snyder;
vived by her husband, John a son, and three sisters.

Larry: three daughters, Marlene,
Susan and Barbara, two brothers
YETTA STEINGOLD, 15085 Pier.
and one sister.
son, died June 14. Survived by her
*
husband, Joseph; two sons, Wilfred
ALFRED C. KAUFMAN, 130 of Sepulveda, Calif. and Ernest of
Chippewa, Pontiac, died June 14. Burbank, Calif.; two daughters,
He leaves two brothers, Edward Mrs. Arnold (Sandra) Vrono of

and Roy of Chicago; two sisters,
Mrs. Jewel (Viola) Fisher and Mrs.
Robert (Bernice) Love of Chicago.

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Educator Isidor Margolis

KATE SANDERS, 19180 Votro-
beck, died June 15. She leaves her
husband, Albert; her daughter.
Mrs. Ronald (Deanna) Demeter:
her father, Louis Tower; one broth-
er, four sisters and two grandchil-
dren.
* * *
JACK SHERMAN, 17363 Hartwell,
died June 17. Survived by his wife,
Celia.

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tives and friends during

the family's recent be-
reavement.

That God, in His awesome
way,
Reached out and clutched
you to His breast.

The Family of the Late

Deeply missed by your
children:

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kind expressions of sym-
pathy extended by rela-
tives and friends during
the family's recent be-
reavement.

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brother and five grandchildren.

MOLLIE TOLCHINSKY BOHN,
RUTH (POLLACK) MECHA-
NICK, former Detroiter of Al- 13335 S. Norfolk, died June 15.
Survived
by a son, Max; two
buquerque, died June 6. Survived
by her husband, Irving; a son, daughters, Mrs. Herman (Mary)
Muary; and one brother. Interment Patter and Mrs. Alfred (Roslyn)
Redisch of California; one brother,
Albuquerque.
two sisters and four grandchildren.
*
*
HARVEY MOREINES, 19823
BERTHA WINOKUR, 17070 Mel-
Monte Vista, died June 12. Surviv-
ed by two brothers, Leo and Eli, rose, Southfield, died June 13. She
leaves a son, Dr. William; a daugh-
both of Inwood, N.Y.
ter, Mrs. Herman (Pola) Lifton;
*
*
BORIS REIZMAN, 11501 Petos- one brother and 10 grandchildren.
key, died June 16. Survived by his
wife, Muse; two daughters, Mrs.
ESTHER ZELTZER former De-
Pianist Eliahu Rubiakov
Sonya Bernstein and Mrs. Myron troiter of Miami Beach, died June
TEL AVIV — Eliahu Rubiakov, (Rose) Claymon of St. Paul; one 11. She leaves a son, Jerry of Mi-
associate director of the Israel sister, four grandchildren and five ami Beach: a daughter, Mrs. Theo-
Conservatory of Music here, died great-grandchildren.
dore (Mildred) Sallen; and six
June 14 at age 62.
*
*
children. Interment Detroit.
A well-known pianist and teach-
FRIEDA SACKS, 533 Glen Arbor,
er, Mr. Rubiakov had performed Grosse Pointe Woods, died June 16.
last December with his son, a cel- Survived by her husband, Abra-
list, in a concert tour of Israel. He ham; three daughters, Mrs. Ray-
was to have gone to the U.S. later mond (Beverly) Meola, •Mrs. Jack
this year for a concert and lecture (Phyllis) Finelt of Paramus, N. J.,
tour. A native of Kiev, Mr. Rubia- and Mrs. Allen (Janet) Goldstein
During the coming
kov won the Premier Prix of the of Bronxville, N.Y.; one brother,
week Yeshiva Beth
Ecole Normale in Paris and was one sister and nine grandchildren.
Yehuda will observe
named its laureate.
* * *

NEW YORK (JTA)—Isidor Mar-
golis, 64, visiting associate profes-
sor at Yeshiva University, died
June 10. Mr. Margolis, a lawyer,
was on the faculty of Yeshiva's un-
- -
dergraduate and graduate schools.
Scikagiw..
He was executive director of the
CARD OF THANKS
World Council on Jewish Educa-
The family of the late Joseph tion, the National Council for Tora
Gottlieb acknowledges with grate- Education of the Religious Zionists
ful appreciation the many kind ex- of America and was in other Jew-
pressions of sympathy extended by ish educational organizations. He
relatives and friends during the was the author of several text-
books and a contributor to Jew-
family's recent berea;iement.

The summers come, the
summers go,
How sad this time you
loved best,

Robert Roth, Helene Ham-
mer, Shirley Greengood,
Geraldine (Jerry) Miller,
Joan Adler, and all your
grandchildren. •

RIVA COHEN, 23450 Geoffrey,
Oak Park, died June 18. Survived
by a daughter, Rose, and one
grandchild.
* * *
BARRETT CUTTLER of Brook-
lyn died June 4. Survived by a
sister, Mrs. Harry (Lillian) 'Cran-
dall of Detroit; and three brothers,
Louis, Sol and Edward, all of New
York. Interment Brooklyn.
* * *
FRANCES B. DOBBIN, 481 W.
Hazelhurst, Ferndale, died June 17.
She leaves her husband, Charles;
two sons, David of Pomona, Calif.,
and William; three brothers, one
sister and five grandchildren.

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Prayers, recitation of
Kaddish and study-
ing of Mishnayes.

H brew Civil
Tamuz June
22
Pearl Shoskes
22
Sophie Cohen
22
Sarah Finkelstein
22
Sarah Schmier
22
Louis Freedman
22
Lester N. Freed
22
Bronia Nothman
23
Philip Schlussel
23
Lena Brenner
23
Devorah Duberstein
23
.
Adolph Dinetx
23
Sam Pukowitsky
23
Harry Pletz
23
Karl Hess
24
Joseph D. Finley
24
Sarah Levin
24
Lee E. Segal
24
Joseph Miller
24
Augusta Mermelstein
24
Louise Bloch
25
Fay Goldman Levy
2S
Philip Yaker
25
Ethel Goldberg
25
Mendel Gordon
26
1
Maurice Bordelove
1
26
Bertha Harbor
26
Benjamin Chernoff 1
26
Hyman D. Dorman 1
26
1
Bertha Kashtan
27
1
Dave Stein
27
1
Sophia Saulson
1
27
Max Ruzumna
27
1
Sol Nathan Bloch
1
27
Samuel Goren
27
Nathan Zabludovsky 1
1
27
Rose Staler
1
28
Jack Silverman
28
1
Sylvia Schneider
1
28
Marion Leven
28
1
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