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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-09-12

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Sen. Dirksen Recalled as Friend of Israel During Career

WASHINGTON (JTA) — Sen.
Everett M. Dirksen, the Repub-
lican minority leader in the U.S.
Senate who died here Sunday at
age 73, favored Zionist aspirations
and Israel's security during most
of his long congressional career
which began in 1933.
As a member of the House of
Representatives in 1942, the Illi-
nois Republican joined in a Con-
gressional resolution endorsing the
25th anniversary of the Balfour
Declaration. He visited Palestine

talks. Later that year, he urged
of Pennsylvania, wltb has also been
the Johnson Administration to
a leading supporter of Israel's
approve the sale of Phantom jet
cause. Sen. Scott was instrumental
fighter-bombers to Israel.
in securing a pro-Israel plank in
Over the years, Sen. Dirksen the Republican platform at the
had advocated the resettlement of party's national convention in
Arab refugees in Iraq and criti- Miami Beach last year. Sen. Scott,
cized American aid to Egypt. He a liberal, also led the Republican
also joined in a congressional reso- bloc which criticized the Eisen-
lution protesting the treatment of hower administration's Mid East
Jews in Soviet Russia.
policy during the Suez-Sinai crisis
The acting Republican Senatorial in 1956 - 57.
leader and possible successor to
Jacques Torczyner, president of
Sen. Dirksen is Sen. Hugh Scott, the Zionist Organization of Amer-
ica, said that the late Sen. Dirksen
"was a close friend of the Jewish
people and always stood behind
Israel." He recalled that the sena-
tor, at the 71st national convention
Dr. Louis Barnett, who prac- of the ZOA in Washington in 1968,
said
that Israel should not become
ticed medicine in his Pleasant
"another Czechoslovakia." Torczy-
Ridge home, 8 Millington Rd., died
ner said that the Illinois Senator
Sept. 6 at age 71.
Born in New York City and a followed events in Israel and was
concerned with seeing that Israel's
Detroit resident for the past 35
security be maintained.
years, Dr. Barnett graduated from
Wayne State University Medical
School in 1921. He was a member Saul Wallach, Kent
of the Wayne County Medical So-
Furniture Manager
ciety, American Medical Associa-
Saul Wallach, manager of the
tion and Temple Beth El.
He leaves his wife, Ethel; a son, Kent Furniture Store in Wayne for
10
years, died Sept. 10 at age 55.
Richard, two daughters, Mrs. Vir-
ginia 'Chernack of Los Angeles and ; Mr. Wallach, 24270 Ridgedale,
Oak
Park, was a native of Detroit.
Mrs. David (Peggy) Rosenzweig of
Way.•atosa, Wis.; a brother, Dr. He was a member of Cong. Bnai
Morton Barnett; three sisters, Mrs. Moshe and Perfection Lodge of the
Nathan (Harriett) Elkus, Mrs. Masons.
He leaves his wife, Shirley; a
Dorothy Goldsmith and Mrs. Jessie
Shiell, all of CaClifornia and four son, Robert; a daughter, Mrs.
Marvin
(Diane) Glazer; two sis-
grandchildren.
ters, Mrs. Arthur (Faye) Weiner
and Mrs. Jack (Celia) Feldman of
Lillie Isaacson, 73,
Dayton; and six grandchildren. .

Dr. Louis Barnett,
Local Physician, 71

SEN. EVERETT DIRKSEN

two years later and told the press
that there was room in the country
for hundreds of thousands of addi-
tional refugees.
In 1945, he urged President
Harry S. Truman to support the
establishment of a Jewish com-
monwealth and a year later joined
the advisory council of the pro-
Zionist American Christian Pales-
tine Committee

An early supporter of U.S.
arms sales to Israel to maintain
a regional balance of power, Sen.
Dirksen in 1962 urged President
Jobs F. Kennedy to supply Israel
with Hawk anti-aircraft missiles.
In 1061 he offered a congres-
sional resolution honoring Is-
rael's 20th anniversary and call-
ing for direct Arab-Israeli peace

N

The Family all the Late

MYRON L
GREENBERG

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

The Family of the Late

IDA GORDON

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

Organization Member

Lillie Isaacson, a member of
several community organizations,
died Sept. 6 at age 73.
Mrs. Isaacson, 18989 San Juan,
was born in Toronto and lived in
the Detroit area for the past 40
years. She was a member of Cong.
Shaarey Zedek, Hadassah and the
National Council of Jewish Wom-
en. Her husband preceded her in
death July 18.
She leaves a son, Dr. Harold
E., daughter, Mrs. Arnold (Elean-
or) Yerman; a brother, Abe Singer
of Toronto; three sisters, Mrs.
David (Florence) Steinhauer of
Toronto, Mrs. Harry (Minnie)
Steinhauer of California and Mrs.
Sylvia Ginsberg of Montreal; and
five grandchildren.

Sol Rosenfelder, Educator,
Father of Mrs. Kapustin

Sol Rosenfelder, a Hebrew edu-
cator and author of religious
school textbooks in Germany, died
Monday at age 87. He was the
father of Mrs. Max (Brunhild)
Kapustin of Detroit, whose hus-
band is director of the Hillel Foun-
dation at Wayne State University.
Mr. Rosenfelder, of New York
City, was a native of Bavaria and
came to this country in 1940, after
spending a year in London.
Besides his daughter, he leaves
his wife, Minna; a daughter, Mrs.
Max (Irene) Wurzburger of Kan-
sas City; and three grandchildren.

IN MEMORIAM

Charles Marienthal, founder of
the Federal Pipe and Steel Corp.-
Steel Warehouse, industrial steel
suppliers, 6464 E. McNichols, in
1929, died last Saturday at age 86.
Marienthal, who resided at the
Whittier Hotel, was a vice presi-
dent of the firm.
Born in Russia, Mr. Marienthal
lived in Detroit 55 years. He leaves
three daughters, Mrs. Saul (Doro-
thy) Modell. Mrs. Morton (Jeanne)
Kiefer and Mrs. Beverly Loeb; six
;grandchildren and three great-
; grandchildren.

Shlomo Bickel, Critic

NEW YORK—Dr. Shlomo Bickel,
a noted critic of Yiddish and He-
brew literature, died Sept. 3 at age
73.
Dr. Bickel, author of a dozen
books of criticism, social commen-
tary and fiction, was literary critic
of the Jewish Morning Journal and
an editor of the Zukunft (The Fu-
ture), a monthly.
A native of Galicia, Dr. Bickel
held a doctor of jurisprudence de-
gree from the University of Czer-
nowitz, Romania. He came to the
U.S. and joined the staff of the
Jewish Day in 1940. A son. Alex-
ander, is Chancellor Kent Profes-
sor of Law and Legal History at
Yale University.

The Romans would never have
found time to conquer the world if
they had been obliged first to learn
Latin. —Heinrich Heine.

tribute to those members of the Hannah Schloss Old
Timers who have departed.

We pay tribute to their memory, for their friendship
and for all the good deeds that marked their active lives.

OBITUIVRIES

HYMAN BAREN, 15234 North-
gate Blvd., Oak Park, died Sept.
10. He leaves his wife, Blanche;
three daughters, Mrs. Irwin (Lor-
raine) Fenste r, Mrs. Claude
(Terry) Oster and Mrs. Stephen
(Sandra) Brown; one sister and
seven grandchildren.

* * *

LIBBIE BLITZER, 111 River-
side, East Windsor, died Sept. 6.
Survived by a daughter, Mrs.
Irving (Clara) Dunitz of Oak Park:
one Drotner, and
o g
dren.

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HARRY COWAN, 18917 Appoline,
died Sept. 8. He leaves his wife,
Mildred; a son, Judge Charles
Kaufman; three daughters, Mrs.
Harry (Pauline) Katzman, Mrs.
Meyer (Florence) Krastoff and
Mrs. Helen Tausig; two brothers.
one sister, 10 grandchildren and
two great-grandchildren.

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11501 Petoskey, died Sept. 8. She
leaves a daughter, Mrs. Bernard
(Estelle) Rappaport; six brothers,
two sisters and two grandchildren.
• * s
IDA KUTNICK, 25221 Rue Ver-
sailles, Oak Park, died Sept. 10.
Survived by a son, Jack D.; two
daughters, Mrs. Morrie (Bessie)
Brodsky and Mrs. Frank (Ethel)
Wasser; three brothers and eight
grandchildren.
• • •
MICHAEL LEVINE, 20175 Votro-
beck, died Sept. 8. He leaves his
wife, Rebecca; two sons, N. Rob-
ert Lynn and Nathan; two daugh-
ters Mrs. Milton (Ida) Moskovitz
and Mrs. Marvin (Sarah) Sanfield;
two brothers and 13 grandchildren.
• a s
SAMUEL NORBER, 18258 Hilton,
Southfield, died Sept. 4. Survived
by his wife, Florence; two daugh-
ters, Mrs. Marvin (Rochelle)
Brooks and Mrs. Jack (Carol) Co-
hen; one sister and o ”ran c -
dren.
* * *
MARCUS SCHNEIDER. 15794
Appoline, died Sept. 4. He leaves
his wife, Anna; a daughter, Mrs.
Donald (Marian) Jacobs; one
brother and one grandchild.
* • s
HARRY SIEGEL, 21941 Avon,
Oak Park. died Sept. 11. Survived
by his wife, Helen; and two sisters.

FANNY M. GROSS, 18634 Birch- :
crest, died Sept. 7. She leaves two
sons, Dr. Marvin and William of
E. Brunswick, N.J.; a daughter,
Mrs. Edward (Helen) Serman, and
10 grandchildren.
• a * •
MINNIE ROSEN HOLTZMAN,
21510 W. Seven Mile, died Sept. 4.
She leaves three sons, Edward E.
Holtzman, Irving Ross of Long
Beach, . ., and osep Rosen;
three daughters, Mrs. Edward
(Ida) Waldman, Mrs. Sam (Faye) ; The Joint Distribution Committee
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Oak Park, died Sept. 7. Survived
by his wife, Ethel; a son, Melvin,
three sisters and two grandchil-
dren.
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JACK DAVID KARSON, 8657
Kennedy Cir., Warren, died Aug.
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ters and 10 grandchildren. The
friends, with the
Jewish News regrets the omission
traditional Memorial
Prayers, recitation of
of Mrs. Katz's name in last week's
Kaddish and study-
paper.

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In this period of somber reflection we pause to pay

Our heartfelt sympathies go to their families.

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Founded Pipe, Steel Corp.

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