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January 02, 1970 - Image 38

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-01-02

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DC Reporters Hit A gnew's Speech; Say David Carmon,
`Unintentional' Anti -Semitism Resulted Israeli Military

WASHINGTON (JTA)—A team of preceding Wand War II when the
Washington correspondents charged German-American Bund made it
Tuesday that Vice President Spiro an article of faith in order to
Agnew's speeches against the counteract a press increasingly
press and television has had the critical of Adolf Hitler.
"unintentional effect" of creating
The columnists reported that
"a renewed wave of public ex- Agnew "has instructed his staff
pression of anti-Semitism."
to answer mail in praise to his
Writing in the Washington Post, alleged anti-Semitism by disclaim-
columnists Frank Mankiewicz and ing it."
Tom Braden said the effect of his
speeches was noticeable imme- New Drive for Parochiaid
diately- in the "obscene phone
calls about 'Jew-Commies' on the Warned by AJCongress
NEW YORK (JTA)—The Ameri-
air" and in the "avalanche of
sick mail" received by Norman can Jewish Congress has warned
against
continuing efforts by reli-
B. Isaacs, president of the Ameri-
can Society of Newspaper Editors. gious groups to win public funds
for parochial schools. It said bills
The columnists asserted that
providing substantial aid to non-
"Obviously Agnew did not intend
public schools had been rejected
to spray kerosene on a banked
in 1969 by 17 state legislatures but
fire, but the language he used
had
been adopted in three states.
was the same country club Eng-
It asserted that the drive for
lish which has put him in trou-
public
aid, if successful, would
ble before." They noted that the
deal "a devastating blow to our
vice president's charge that the
already hard-pressed public school
American press and television
system."
was controlled by a small group
What the AJC described as "sub-
of men in New York and Wash-
stantial" victories in 1969 in ob-
ington had "produced a Pav-
taining
public funds for parochial
lovian reaction."
They pointed out that "The schools were reported in three
theme that American press and states—Connecticut, Rhode Island
television is controlled by a small and Pennsylvania. The new laws
group of Jews in New York and there have already been chal-
Washington is dominant among the lenged in the courts, the AJC said.
Renewed efforts are to be ex-
anti-Semitic lunatic fringe and has
been so, at least since the days pected in 1970, it said in all the
17 states in which aid to church-
related schools was defeated this
year.
Goldberg to Address

Bond Planning Parley

NEW YORK — Arthur J. Gold-
berg, former United States ambas-
sador to the United Nations and
former justice of the U.S. Supreme
Court, will be a principal speaker
at the 1970 National Leadership
Conference for Israel Bonds Jan.
9-11 at the Hotel Delmonico.
The conference will plan the
1970 campaign for Israel Bonds.
Justice Goldberg will share the
platform with Pinhas Sapir, Israel
minister of finance, who will re-
port on Israel's economic develop-
ment needs for the coming year.
The conference also will mark
the beginning of the 20th year
of the Israel Bond campaign,
central factor in the growth of
Israel's economy during the past
two decades.
The executive board of the Na-
tional Women's Division of the
Israel Bond Organization will hold
a special campaign in conjunction
with the conference.

Allan Sloan, 67, of 23680 Carriage
Hill Dr., Southfield, died Tuesday
morning in Miami, where he had
been vacationing with his wife,
Bertha.
Funeral services will be held
10 a.m. today at Kaufman Chapel.

In Memory of Our Dearly

Departed

LILY

MARGOLIS

Who passed away Dec.

28, 1966. Sadly missed

and always in our hearts.

Her loving children, grand

Rose London, 74;
Active in JNF

$3,000,000 a day or about 20 per
CARD OF THANKS
cent of the gross national product.
He said the need - :'as urgent for
The family of the late MARVIN
increased fund-raising and the OWEN acknowledges with grate-
encouragement of immigration to ful appreciation the many kind ex-
bring in skilled manpower.
pressions of sympathy extended by

Mr. Sloan practiced law in De-
troit for 44 years.
Mr. Sloan, a 1924 graduate of
the University of Colorado law
school, was the organizer here of
the Building Materials Suppliers
Association and the Key Punch
Training Center.
Surviving besides his wife are
a daughter, Mrs. Raymond (Helen)
Kanfer; a son, Arthur, of Dallas,
a
Tex.; seven grandchildren;

brother, Robert Slutzy of Miami
Beach, Fla.; five sisters, Mrs. Wil-
liam (Pauline) Kadushin and Mrs
Oscar (Lillian) Sklnick of Miami
Beach; Mrs. Mae Selesnick of Los
Angeles; Mrs. Al (Ella) Garvin
(Edna) Lasser of Detroit.
He was a member of the State
Bar of Michigan since 1925.

HELP YOUR COUNTRY AS
YOU HELP YOURSELF

children and great-grand-

children.

JERUSALEM (JTA) — Funeral
services were held here last Fri-
day for Brig. Gen. David Carmon,
48, the Israeli military attache in
Washington; who died there Aug.
23 of a heart attack. Defense
Minister Moshe Dayan and Chief
of Staff Gen. Haim Bar Lev were
among the mourners.
Gen. Carmon was a native of
Jerusalem and had served as a
senior officer in the Israel defense
forces for a number of years. He
joined the Hagana, the predecessor
of the official army, in 1945 after
studying history and philosophy at
Hebrew University.
Gen. Carmon became a member
of the group that founded the
Staff and Command College and
later served as deputy chief in-
structor.

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SHARES

relatives and friends during the
family's recent bereavement.

The Family of the Late

LOUIS
WEINGARDEN

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.

LENA CANNON of Palo Alto,
Calif., died Dec. 24. Survived by
her husband, Lester; two sons, Dr.
Bud of Peoria and Ephroem; a
daughter, Mrs. Jules (Ruth) Sher
of Los Angeles; a brother, Louis
of Detroit; three sisters and six
grandchildren. Interment Palo Alto.

SAM GLADSTONE, 14050 Elgin,
Oak Park, died Dec. 26. Survived
by his wife, Fanny; a daughter,
MBrs. Sidney (Betty) Cohen; one
brother and two grandchildren.

• • •

ISADORE LENNSON, 14041 Oak
Park, Oak Park, died Dec. 27. Sur-
vived by his wife, Sarah; a son,
Arnold; a daughter, Mrs. Ferd
(Gladys) Alpert; two brothers,
three grandchildren and one great-
grandchild.

MAX
EIZELMAN

• • •

ROSE PEARL, 20245 Westbrook,
died Dec. 25. She leaves three sons,

William, Morris of El Cajon, Calif.

and Sidney; a daughter, Mrs.
Keith (Blanche) Gruenberg of
North Hollywood, Calif.; and three
grandchildren.

• • •

WE REMEMBER

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

Isadore Burnstine

Isadore S. Burnstine, a life
member of Perfection Lodge of the
Masons, died last Saturday at age
74.
Mr. Burnstine, a retired book-
keeper, was a native of Traverse
City and lived in Detroit 61 years.
He was a member of Young Israel
and the Detroit Consitory-Moslem
Temple. His residence was at 2601
W. McNichols.
Surviving are his wife; Ethel;
five brothers, Dr. Julius, Monte of
Yuma, Ariz., Al, Dr. Perry and
Zangwill; and a sister, Mrs. Hy-
man (Cecille) Levy.

Gaiety, especially literary gai-
ety, clears the mind. Boredom
confuses it; extreme tension strains
it; sublimity rivives it.
—Joseph Joubert.

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

14441 W. 11 Mile Rd.

Gardner, betw. Coolidge & Greenfield
399.2711, Eve. EL 3.2722

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.

18325 W. 9 MILE RD., IN SOUTHFIELD

HARRY MELLEN, 20444 War-
rington, died Dec. 25. He leaves
his wife, Gertrude; two sons, Ber-
nard and David; four grandchil-
dren and four great-grandchildren.

SANDER B. WEISS, 18210
Stoepel, died Dec. 30. lie leaves
his wife, Katherine; two sons,
Ida LeBret Gottesman, a men,- Bernard and Donald; and three
ben of the Detroit Teachers Col- grandchildren.
• • •
lege faculty in the 1920s, died Dec.
22 in Buffalo, where she was an
BESSIE WHITE, 11501 Petoskey,
active member of the Jewish com- died Dec. 24. Survived by a son,
munity.
Ronald; a daughter, Mrs. Jack M.
Mrs. Gottesman was the sister of (Lois) Anstandig; two sisters and
Detroiter Mrs. Ben Levinson. In five grandchildren.
Buffalo, she was former president
of the Jewish Liberal Arts Club N
and member of Montefiore Club,
American ORT and Business and
Professional Group of the Jewish
Center. She was the widow of
Samuel J. Gottesman, founder of
Royalite Co. in Buffalo in 1928.
During the coming
Surviving besides Mrs. Levinson
week Yeshiva Beth
are two sons, Robert of San Fran-
Yehuda will observe
cisco and Lloyd; a brother, Ben;
the Yahrzeit of the
a sister, Mrs. Ben Wunter of Los
following departed
Angeles; and seven grandchildren.
friends, with the

New Location
Sidney A. Deitch

The Family of the Late

IRENE B. MENDELSOHN, 25830
Concord, Huntington Woods, died
Dec. 27. She leaves her husband,
Leonard; two daughters, Rinee
and Nona; her mother, Mrs. Sophie
Bogas of New York; and one
brother. Interment New York.
• • •

Ida LaBret Gottesman,
Former Detroit Teacher

Ira Kaufman Chapel, Inc.

DIRECTORS OF FUNERALS

Friday, January 2, 1970-39

OBITUARIES

Attache in DC

Rose London, a board member
of the Jewish National Fund
Women's Auxiliary for more than
35 years, died Dec. 25 at age 74.
Mrs. London, 22307 LaSeine,
Southfield, was a native Detroiter
and a member of Cong. Shaarey
Zedek, Adas Shalom Synagogue
and Variety Club Women. Her
late husband, J. D. London, was
a pioneer in the motion , picture
theater field.
Survivors are three sons, Milton,
Dr. Berton and Edmund; a daugh-
3,000,000 Population
ter,
Mrs. Herbert (Faye) Schnaar;
Predicted for Israel by '75 a brother,
Ruby Goldberg; a
JERUSALEM (JTA) — Israel's sister, Mrs. Jack (Mae) 'Crass;
minister of housing said that the and 10 grandchildren.
country's population will reach
the 3,000,000 mark by the end of
1975. According to Zeev Sharef, Dr. Marcus Melchior,
Israel expects immigration of Denmark Chief Rabbi
60,000 a year and natural increase
COPENHAGEN — Dr. Marcus
of about 40,000.
Sharef spoke to a group of Melchior, chief rabbi of the Jew-
ish
community in Denmark since
American leaders of the Israel
Bond campaign at his home here. 1947, died Dec. 22 at age 73.
Dr.
Melchior became center of a
He said that each new family
housing unit costs $10,000 exclusive controversy in 1965 for accepting
of the social services and educa- the Order of Merit from West
tional facilities provided in every Germany after he contended that
Jews had to discern between Ger-
new housing project.
He pointed out that Israel's de- mans and Nazis to avoid promot-
fense budget amounts to nearly ing "a new historical hatred."

Allan Sloan, Attorney 44 Years, Dead

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