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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-03-13

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The Family of the Late

JOSEPH
SAKS

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

FANY
KING

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

The Family of the Late

MAURICE
CURTIS

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

The Family of the Late

SARAH JACOBS

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

The Family of the Late

JACK KRASTOF

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

i

Sammy Lieberman

and Family

Acknowledge with grate-
ful appreciation the many
kind expressions or sym-
pathy extended during the
recent bereavement of
Sammy's brother,

HYMAN •
LIEBERMAN ,

`Jewish Background
of Austrian Chancellor
Brought Out Bigots'

LONDON (JTA) — The Jewish
ancestry of Austria's Chancellor-
elect Bruno Kreisky was a "taboo"
subject during the' recent election
campaign. That, according to
Vienna's mass circulation news-
paper Kronen-Zeitung, amounted
to anti-Semitic discrimination in
reverse.
"Silence and hushing up—talking
behind one's hand—these are just
other forms of the old anti-Semi-
tism," the newspaper said in an
editorial published Sunday.
The paper charged that while
Kreisky's background was never
referred to during the campaign,
a subconscious appeal to anti-
Semitism was contained in posters
that labeled his opponent, Dr.
Josef Klaus of the conservative
People's Party, "a genuine Aus-
trian."
Kreisky, 59, is the son of -a

Viennese Jewish industrialist.

He was arrested by the Gestapo
in 1938 but escaped to Sweden
where he spent the war years.
He does not dwell on his Jewish
origin, and neither did his back-
ers nor his adversaries in the
political campaign.
Austrian newspapers mentioned
his Jewish origin briefly but only
when quoting foreign press com-
ment. According to the Kronen-
Zeitung, Austrians voted for Krei-
sky "not because he is a Jew, nor
in spite of his being a Jew. They
voted for Kreisky the man, the
politician."
But, the newspaper said, al-
though anti-Semitism was absent
from the campaign, newspaper
offices received many anti-Semi-
tic letters opposing Kreisky, and
anti-Semitic remarks could be
heard in everyday conversation in
the streets.
Austrian newspapers quoted com-
ments from the Arab press which
claimed that Dr. Kreisky, as for-
eign minister from 1959-66, demon-
strated an understanding for Arab
interests. Cairo newspapers warn-
ed however that as the head of a
new Austrian government, Kreisky
would, as a Jew, be expesed to
"Zionist pressures." When he
forms his new government, Dr.
Kreisky will be the first Jewish
chancellor of Austria since the re-
public was formed after World
War I.

Richard Ellman
Wins Book Award

Former Detroiter Richard Ell-
man of Yale University, son
of Mrs. James I. Ellmann and the
late Judge Ellmann, was among
the George Polk Memorial Award
winners for his book "The Artist
as Critic -- Critical Writings of
Oscar Wilde."
This Ellmann-edited book was
published by Random House.

The UJA was born in 1939 by a
merger of the American Jewish
Joint Distribution Committee, the
United Palestine Appeal and the
National Coordinating Committee
for Refugees.

In Memory of
My Beloved Mother

CLARA
OBERFIELD

Who passed away March
12, 1966.
It seems like only yes-
terday, but it's been four
years. Nothing has
changed the emptiness I
feel.
Your daughter
Bernheee Stone

Bernard Serman,
Clothier 40 Years

Bernard Serman, founder of
Serman's Clothes Shop, 1238 Ran-
dolph, and co-owner for 40 years
until his retirement, died last Fri-
day at age 77..-, . .
Mr. Serman, 19196 Kentucky,
was born in Lithuania. He was
a member of. Pisgah Lodge of
Bath Brith, the Jewish Center and
Cong. Beth Aaron, of which he
was a foothler. He was a con-
tributor to many. Jewish philan-
thropies.
-
Survivors are .a son, William;
-
.Mrs.
Sydell
Ross;
a
a .daughter,
sister, Mrs. Louis (Ida) Stolinsky;
and five grandchildren.

THE DETROIT JEWI1H NEWS

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Meyer S. (Buddy) Meyerson,
founder and owner of Buddy's
Barbeque, 12th and Clairmount,
died March 5 in Phoenix. He was
69.
Mr. Meyerson, who retired eight
years ago, had spent the last year
in Phoenix. He came to this coun-
try as a child from Russia and
lived in Detroit 48 years. He was
a member of Knights of Pythias.
Survivors are his wife, Mary;
three sons, Aubrey, Arlyn and
Gerald; two brothers, Sam and
George; five sisters, Mrs. Meyer
(Belle) Pearson, Mrs. Eugene
(Sarah) Sims, Mrs. David (Faye)
Werner, Mrs. Gerald (Jenny)
Stein and Mrs. Fred (Harriett)
Cohen; and 11 grandchildren.
Interment Detroit.

Milton Stein, Firm
Sales Manager, 50

Milton A. Stein, sales manager
for S. B. Products Co. in.Highland
Park, died last Saturday at age
50.
Mr. Stein, 13991 Greenbriar, Oak
Park, was a member of Keidan
Lodge of Bnai Brith and the De-
fense and Government Contracts
Management Association. Born in
Rocheiter, N.Y., he lived in the
Detroit - area 46 years. -
Survivors are his wife, Lillian;
two daughters, Shelly and Mrs.
Ronald (Roberta) Felsot of Los
Angeles; his mother. Mrs. Hyman
(Ida) Karp; and a brother, Harold.

DETROIT
MONUMENT WORKS

Exhibit Views Diaspora

14441 W. 11 Mile Rd.

SOUT110FLD -





WE REMEMBER
71-17o7 rem:

During the mini um
week Yeshiva Beth
Yehudo will observe
the Yahrzeit of the
following
departed

friends, with the
traditional Memorial

Prayers, recitation of
Kaddish and shake
ing of Mishnogns.

Hebrew CivII

ADAR II MARCH
Julius Hess
7
- 15
7
Kasoff Louis
15
Gavriel Eckman
a
16
Susan Toper
16
Karl Levin
16
Freda Freed
17
17
William Goodman ,
10
B eniamin Toper
IS
Lottie Gerson
10
16
Louis D. Feldman 10
111
B ertha Fisher
10
Anne Kaufman
11
19
Sarah Boss
11
19
19
Karen Einhom
11
19
Faisys Sender
11
11
Harry. Faber
Morris Abel
13
21
Rebecca Barron
13
21
Hirsh Nelmark
13
21
Tcherna Nelmark 13
Lobs Silverstein
13
21
13
Harry Altman
21

Yeshivath Beth Yehudah
15751 W. 10 1/2 mi. Southfield

Gardner , betw. Ceol•dde & Greenfteld
3.9 2711 Eve. EL 31722

Phone 3536754

BERG AND URBACH

tie 76ceat CiC wieuctiwteKt4
Manuel

Formerly Karl Berg Memerools and

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Ira Kaufman Chapel, Inc.

DIRECTORS OF FUNERALS

(Florence) Lander; five sisters, in-
cluding Mrs. Sam (Eva) Bernstein
and Mrs. Clarence (Sadie) Camin-
ker, both of Detroit; and nine
grandchildren. Interment Cleve-
land.
* * *
ISAAK KREMEN, 13181 Rose-
mary, Oak Park, died March 11.
He leaves his wife, Esther; a son,
Sheldon; and two grandchildren.
* * *
JOSEPHINE MILLER. 17157
Dolores, Livonia, died March 11.
She leaves a daughter, Mrs. Harold
(Marilyn) Eskovitz; and four
grandchildren.
* * *
SARAH POSKEL, 18908 Cherry-
lawn, died March 6. Survived by
seven sons, Irving Smith, Chaim
Charbash of Leningrad, Nathan of
Los Angeles, Sol, Ralph, Meyer and
Victor Medellin; two daughters,
Mrs. Cy (Libbie) Weinstein of
Groton, Conn., and Rose; one
brother, two sisters, nine grand-
children and five great-grandchil-
dren.
* *
BESS RENDER of Netanya, Is-
rael, died March 6. Survived by
three sons, Meyer of North Miami
Beach, Bertram of Omaha and
Harry; a daughter, Mrs. Louis
(Faye) Stone of Detroit; 19 grand-
children, 33 great-grandchildren
and two great-great grandchildren.
Interment Netanya.
* * *
ESTHER SCHRUT, 14331 Vas-
sar, died March 11. Survived by
her husband, Max; two daugh-
ters, Mrs. Stephen (Sandra) Weis-
wasser of Washington D.C. and
Marilyn; four brothers, three sis-
ters and two grandchildren.
* *
HARRY SOLOMON, 10640 Gra-
tiot, died-March 8. He leaves his
wife, Marjorie; a son Richard; a
daughter, Mrs.. Rod (Joaa)-Pic'kard
of Miami; five grandchildren and
two great-grandchildren.

Abraham Goldstein
New Yale Law Dean

NEW HAVEN—The new dean of
the Yale Law School, Abraham
S. Goldstein, is the son of a one-
Harry Fink, Owner
time Lower East Side pushcart
of Banner Markets
peddler and professor of law at
Harry Fink, founder and owner Yale for the past 14 years.
of the Banner Super Markets, Inc.,
Goldstein, a former trial lawyer,
6921 Michigan, died Tuesday at age assumes the duties' of dean July
58.
1, succeeding Louis H. Pollak.
Mr. Fink, who was born in
Poland, lived in the Detroit area
MONUMENT CENTER, INC
40 years. He resided at 23237
Providence, Southfield.
661 E. I MILE, FERNDALE
1 1/s Blocks E. of Woodward
He leaves his wife, Lillian; a
6 Silks- from 3 Jewish
son, Kenneth; two daughters,
Cemeteries on Woodward
Linda and Mrs. Merrill (Sally)
LI 24266
JO 45557
Jackson; two brothers, Jack of
Florida and Morris of New York;
and two sisters, Mrs. Joseph
New Location
(Bertha) Fein of New York and
Sidney A. Deitch
Mrs. an (Anna) Mesh of Florida.

TEL AVIV (JTA)—The first of
a series of monthly pictorial exhi-
bits depicting Jewish communities
in various countries opened at
ZOA House here Monday. It was
devoted to Soviet Jewry and con-
tained documents and photographs
of .Russian-Jewish institutions and
anti-Jewish pamphlets and carica-
tures issued by Soviet authorities.
Next month's exhibit will center
on American Jewry.

I

OBITUARIES

SAM ADLER, 18292 Mendota,
died March 4. Survived by his
wife, Lea; four sons, Max, Carl,
Sol and Harold; 12 grandchildren
and two great-grandchildren.



DONALD FELDMAN, 24632
Cloverlawn, Oak Park, died March
11. He leaves his wife, Cecelia; a
son, Richard; two daughters,
Neena and Denice; and one
brother.
s s *
SARAH GOLDSTEIN, 30542
Southfield, Southfield, died March
9. She leaves a son; Ivan Gould of
SamOel ,Garber, 57;
Schambourg, Ill.; a daughter, Mrs.
Past President of - Sam (Mollie) Samson; one brother,
one sister and three grandchildren.
Louis Marshall Lodge
* * s
Samuel Garber, former presi-
ABE KERRETT of Cleveland
dent, treasurer and secretary. of died March 3. Survived by his wife,
Louis-Marshall Lodge, Bnai Brith, Molly; two sons, Harvey and Rob-
died Sunday at age 57.
ert; a daughter, Mrs. Gerald
Mr. Garber, a postal supervisor
31 years, worked in Oak Park
during the last few years, but pre- David Scherr, Age 61
DavidScherr, owner of Brownie's
viously had been' with the • post
office in various Detroit .branches. Muffler Service, 10360 Livernois,
A native of Russia, Mr. Garber And a *thember of Mosaic Lodge
came to the U.S. 50 years ago. He of the Masons, ,died Wednesday
at age 61.
resided at 25139 Southfield.
Born in Russia, Mr. Scherr lived
Survivors are his wife, Sophie; a
son, Paul; two daughters, Mrs. in the Detroit area 54 years. He
resided
at 20504 Charlton, South-
Jack (Beverly) Hoffman and Mrs.
Arnold (Sandra) Berlin; his moth- field.
Survivors are his wife, Sophie;
er, Mrs. Rebecca Garber; a
brother, Dr. Max; two sisters, Mrs. a son, Joseph; a daughter, Mrs.
Harry (Ruth) Stone and Mrs. Bernard (Joanne) Weiss; two
Harry (Ida) Newman; and four brothers, Abe and Jack; a sister,
Mrs, Katie Wolfson; and four
grandchildren.
grandchildren. •

Buddy Meyerson, 69 ,
Owner of Restaurant

Friday, March 13, 1970-47

13406 CAPITAL

at

Urbach & Son

COOLIDGE OAK PARK TELEPHONE 144-2212

Elgin 7-5200

Ira Kaufman-Herbert Kaufman

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