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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, May 28, 1971-47

Chief 'Rabbi Khadourie of Iraq Dies;
Gov't Guarded His Public Statements

LONDON (JTA) - Chief Rabbi
Sassoon Khadourie of Iraq died in
Baghdad Monday at age 91, ac-
cording to information reaching
here.
He was the spiritual leader of a
Jewish community that had dwinl
dled from 150,000 to 3,000 during

Max Lowenthal,
1950 FBI Critic

NEW YORK-Max Lowenthal, a
local attorney who served congres-
sional committees in the 1930s-40s
and who wrote a criticism of the
FBI in 1950, died here at age 83.
Because of his book, "The Fed-
eral Bureau of Investigation" Low-
enthal was ordered before the
H o u s e Un-American Activities
Committee in 1950 and was called
a "menace to the best interests of
America" by Michigan Republican
Representative George A. Dondero.
In a New York Times book re-
view, Lowenthal's book was called
the result of "immense research
and careful documentation . . . al-
most for the first time . . . it
pulled aside the self-righteous
cloak in which the FBI has
wrapped itself."
Lowenthal was a personal friend
of President Harry S Truman.

the 23 years since the establish-
ment of Israel.
Khadourie was born in Baghdad
and served as chief rabbi of Iraq
since 1932. In recent years he had
spoken out in defense of the Baath-
ist regime and against Zionism,
claiming that discriminatory treat-
ment of Iraqi Jews ended when
the present regime took office.
But •is public statements were
made under the watchful eyes
of Iraqi officials who provided

Western newsmen with approved

translations.
The feeling among knowledgable
observers was that the aged rabbi
was being cruelly exploited by
Iraqi authorities for propaganda
purposes.
In his last statement to the press
on April 23, he denounced "Zionist
and imperialist propaganda direct-
ed against Iraq."

Robert Jaffin, 37 •
Ran Computer Service

OBITUARIES

BEATRICE (FEALK) AFTER-
GOOD, former Detroiter of Dayton,
died May 21. Survived by her hus-
band, Norman; two brothers, Mor-
ris and Ben Fealk, both of Detroit;
and two sisters. Interment Dayton.
* * *
LILLY ARBUS, 24310 West-
hampton, Oak Park, died May 24.
Survived by two sons, Albert and
David; two daughters, Mrs. Alex
(Celia) Goldberg and Ida; nine
grandchildren and 15 great-grand-
children.
* * *
FREDA ARENSON, 19262 Arch-
er, died May 22. She leaves a
daughter, Mrs. Harold (Rita) Zaff;
one brother, four sisters and two
grandchildren. Interment Brook-
lyn.
* * *
GOLDA BELL, 26221 Harding,
Oak Park, died May 24. She leaves
her husband, Charles; a son, Mar-
shall; two brothers, one sister and
one grandchild.
* * *
AFROM BLOCK, 3829 W. Outer
Dr., died May 25. He leaves a sis-
ter, Mrs. Irving (Lillian) Berger;
and nieces and nephews.
* * *
MAURICE BORISOFF, 27655
Abington, Southfield, died May
26. He leaves his wife, Gussie;
two sons, Dr. Fred J. Borson and
Sy Borson; and six grandchildren.
* * *
D E L L A BRONSTEIN, 13031
Burton, Oak Park, died May 25.
She leaves her mother, Mrs. Sarah
Bronstein; three sisters, Mrs. Jo-
seph (Ethel) Susman of L.A., Mrs.
Ralph (Rosalyn) Stone and Mrs.
Frank (Evelyn) Sharkus; two
nieces and four nephews.
* * *
BENJAMIN BUTTNER, 19000
Fenton, 'died May 20. He leaves his
wife, Freda; three daughters, Mrs.
Morton (Evelyn) Meeron, Mrs.
Lawrence (Tikwah) Gerendasy
and Mrs. Jerome (Rozanne) Mek-
lif;' three brothers and nine grand-
children.

Robert Jaffin, manager of World
Service Systems, Inc., a computer
service, died Saturday at age 37.
Mr. Jaffin, 24710 Rensselaer,
Oak Park, was a native Detroiter
who earned a bachelor of arts de-
gree in sociology from Wayne
State University in 1956. He was
a schoolteacher before becoming
Alexander Schreier,
manager of World Service.
He is survived by his wife,
Owner of Supply Co., Sharon;
his mother, Esther; a
brother, Arthur; and a sister, Mrs.
Past JNF Treasurer
Alexander Schreier, organizer Belle Hitow.
and vice president of Gold Star
Products, restaurant equipment Raymond Rosenberg;
and supply, on Northend St., Fern-
Operated Radio Bar
dale, died Tuesday at age 64.
Mr. Schreier, who founed the
Raymond Rosenberg, former bar
business 40 years ago, lived at owner and manager, died Satur-
13322 Borgman, Huntington day at age 67.
Woods. Born in Rusia, he lived in
Mr. Rosenberg, 23441 Parklawn,
the Detroit area 40 years.
Oak Park, had operated the Radio
He was past treasurer of the Bar at W. Grand Blvd. and Lin-
Jewish National Fund, and a mem- wood until his retirement in 1967.
ber of Beth Abraham Synagogue,
He was a member of the City of
Pisgah Lodge of Bnai Brith, Hope, the Hannah Schloss Old-
Labor Zionist Organization Branch timers and Young Israel of Oak-
* * *
4 and Histadrut.
Woods Synagogue.
EVA
CHEROW,
former Detroit-
Survivors are his wife, Fannie;
He is survived by his wife,
two sons, Dr. Leonard and Sher- Anna; a daughter, Mrs. Meyer er of Jerusalem, died May 22. Sur-
win; two brothers, Jacob and (Hilda) Green; two brothers and vived by a son, Abe; and a daugh-
ter, Mrs. Harmon (Adele) Bayer,
Harry; and seven grandchildren. two grandchildren.
both of Detroit; one brother, one
sister and five- grandchildren. In-
-terment Jerusalerii.
Unveilings
* * *
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in fitrilliwiam
.HATTIEWItEN,'.Route 1, Inter-
Ei*
In loving memory of Ida Pevin,
lochen, died-llay 24. Survived by
The Ocean Too
who passed away May 21, 1942
Suport cancer research. Even her husbar),,d, Alfred; a son, Jef-
, (5 days in Sivan). Sadly missed the ocean is yielding substances frey; two -.brothers and three
daughters Betty Fisher, Elsie, that may be used to fight zhcer. sisters.
• •
* *
' Sylvia and son George.
Give to the American Can
"FRANK
DISKIN, 25808 Lin-
ciety.
,pin Tem, Oak Park, died May
.25. Survived by his wife, Lillian;
In Loving Memory of
'three sons, Martin, David and
CLOVER HILL
My Beloved Husband
Gerald; a daughter, Mrs. Phyllis
SAMUEL
Stroh; two brothers and 11 grand-
PARK
CEMETERY
-
RUBIN
children.
* * *
Who passed away May
WILL BE CLOSED
DAVID FARBER, 16233 Birwood,
21, 1969. Always in my
died May 23. Survived by his wife,
heart-You will never be
forgotton by wife, Katy,
Clara; three daughters, Mrs. Rich-
May 30th and 31st
ard (Myrle) Leland, Mrs. Albert
daughters, Dorothy
(•etty) Waxman of Cherry Hill,
Pianko and family, Shir-
N.J., and Mrs. Harold (Arlene)
ley Gold and family; and
Holiday Observance
Gutenberg of Los Angeles; one
grandchildren and great-
(Shavuos)
brother, one sister and six grand-
grandchildren.
children.
*
*
MAE KATZ, 21750 Cloverlawn,
Oak Park, died May 24. Survived
by her husband, Isadore; a daugh-
ter, Mrs. Lionel (Hazel) Makisher;
In Blessed and Beloved Memory o
one • brother, three sisters and two
grandchildren.
*
*
LOUIS MARGOLIS
ROSE A. KEECH, 741 Seward,
died May 20. She leaves her hus-
Who passed away May 30, 1962. Sadly missed and forever

in our hearts. His loving children, grandchildren and great-

grandchildren.

Author Annette Joelson

LONDON - Annette Joelson,
prominent South. African novelist
and biographer, died here recent-
ly at age 68.

band, William H.; a brother,
Frank Turner; and a sister, Mrs.
Celia Lieberman.
* * *
ABRAHAM LEARNER, 19021
Burt, died May 26. Survived by his
wife, Rebecca; a son, David, one
brother and one grandchild.
* * *
SARAH LEVINE, 21850 Coolidge,
Oak Park, died May 24. She leaves
a son, David; three daughters,
Mrs. Max (Anne) Wagner, Mrs.
Paul (Frances) Newman and Mrs.
William (Beatrice) Zietz; one
brother, one sister, 10 grandchil-
dren and 11 great-grandchildren.
* * *
MIRIAM MENDEL, 19176 St.
Marys, died May 25. Survived by
two daughters, Mrs. Steven
(Daniela) Yellan and Ronit; one
brother and one sister.
* * *
SAM PARNES, 16170 Turner,
died May 25. Survived by his wife,
Mollie.
* * *
SARAH PORTNOY, 11501 Petos-
key, died May 23 .Survived by
three brothers, Peter, Julius and
Dr. Harry.
*
*
DR. SAUL J. RAITT, 4819 Thorn-
tree, Walled Lake, died May 21.
He leaves his wife, Elsie; a son,
Stephen; a daughter, Mrs. Ivan
(Barbara) Goldberg of New York;
two brothers, one sister and three
grandchildren.
* * *
GREGORY A. ROSS, 19321 Rob-
son, died May 22. He leaves his
wife, Judith; a son, Victor G.; a
daughter, Bella; one sister and
three grandchildren.
* * *
SADIE SCHNABEL, 13367 S.
Norfolk, died May 21. She leaves
four daughters, Mrs. Claire Cole

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* * *
BARNEY SHATZ, 22130 Con-
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leaves his wife, Grace; a son,
Kenneth; a daughter, Mrs. Nor-
man J. (Lorraine) Stricof; two
brothers, one sister and five grand-
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* * *
BENJAMIN SHUGOL, 25188 E.
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May 24. Survived by his wife, Min-
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man; a daughter, Evelyn; and four
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* * *
HULDA LASSER WEITZMAN,
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week Yeshiva Beth
Yehuda will observe
the Yahrzeit of the
following departed
friends,
with the
traditional Memorial
Prayers, recitation
of Kaddish and stu-
dying of Mishnayes.

Sivan May

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Meyer Friedman
6
Wolf Lakritz
6
Louis Maius
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Sarah Kaplowitz
6
Rebecca Greenberg 7
Bertha Schaap
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Morris Ommerman 7
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Sarah Averbuch
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Becka Gutman
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Sarah Levin
Wolfe Wrotslaysky 7
7
Sima L. Stern

Sarah Goldman
Jacob Stein
Hyman Weinman
Max Lefkowitz
William Schulman
Channa Paneth
Edith Norber
Juda Lachar
Louis Finkelstein
Bessie Glieberman
Sam. Rosenbaum
Rachel Steinbock
Jacob Weissman
Morris Sternberg
Rebecca Temchin
Minnie Cohen
Harry Shriman
Meyer Lazarus
Abe Begleman
Libby , Rosenberg
Jacob Mandell
Fanny Stolarsky
E. Besterman.
Anna Weisberger
Daniel Greenblatt
Joseph; Jaffa
Joseph Gittelman
Morris Fisher
Sylvia Gordon
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