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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-07-05

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, July 5, 1974-39

Monument
Ex-Senator Ernest Gruening,
• •
Unveilings Outspoken Critic
of Vietnam War

OBITUARIES



Unveiling announcements may
be inserted by mail or by calling
The Jewish News office, 17515 W.
9 Mile Rd., Southfield, Mich. 48075,
424-8833. Written announcements
must be accompanied by the name
and address of the person making
the insertion. There is a standing
charge of $4.50 for an unveiling
notice, measuring an inch in
depth and $8.00 for one two inches
with a black border.
*
*
*

The family of the late
Gertrude Linden announces
the unveiling of a monument
in her memory 1 p.m. Sun-
day, July 7, at Machpelah
Cemetery. Rabbi Lehrman
will officiate. Relatives and
friends are asked to attend.
* 0 *
The family of the late
Jack Pickman announces the
unveiling of a monument in
his memory 11 a.m. Sunday,
July 7, at Machpelah Ceme-
tery. Rabbi Sperka will offi-
ciate. Relatives and friends
are asked to attend.

*

*

*

The family of the late Rae
Sandles announces the un-
veiling of a monument in her
memory 2 p.m. Sunday, July
7, at Hebrew Memorial Park.
Rabbi Goldschlag will offi-
ciate. Relatives and friends
are asked to attend.

The Family of the Late

ISRAEL
FRANKFORT

Announces the unveil-
ing of a monument in
his memory 1 p.m.
Sunday, July 7, at
Machpelah Cemetery.
Rabbi Schnipper will
officiate. Relatives and
friends are asked to
attend.

The Family of the Late

ABRAHAM
HOPTMAN

Announces the unveil-
ing of a monument in
his memory 12:30 p.m.
Sunday, July 7 at Beth
Tefilo Cemetery. Rabbi
Levin will officiate.
Relatives and friends
are asked to attend.

The Family of the Late

GERTRUDE
RICHTER

Announces the unveil-
ing of a monument in
her memory 11:30 a.m.
Sunday, July 7, at Che-
sed Shel Emes Ceme-
tery. Relatives and
friends are asked to
attend.

The Family of the Late

BETTY
TANNENBAUM

Announces the unveil.
ing of a monument in
her memory 10 a.m.
Sunday, July 7, at
Machpelah Cemetery.
Relatives and friends
are asked to attend.

NEW YORK — Former
Senator Ernest Gruening,
who was Alaska's territorial
governor from 1939 to 1953,
prior to becoming its sena-
tor, died June 26 at age 87.
He was a strong supporter
of Israel.
Mr. Gruening was elected
as a provisional senator in
1956 after having successfully
led Alaska to statehood. In
1958 he was officially elected
to the Senate.
The late senator was an
active Democratic dissident
and was one of the first out-
spoken critics of the Vietnam
War. He and Sen. Wayne L.
Morse (D, Ore.) were the
only senators to vote against
the Gulf of Tonkin resolu-
tion requested by the late
President Lyndon B. John-
son "to take all necessary
steps to repel any armed
attack" against United States
forces in Southeast Asia.
Sens. Gruening and Morse
insisted that the resolution
was unconstitutional because
it was "a predated declara-
tion of war power" reserved
to Congress, tht New York
Times reported.
Sen. Gruening continued
his fight against U.S. military
involvement in Vietnam, and
called acts of resistance to
the war "justified."
As a dissident dove, Sen.
Gruening faced his first
tough battle for re-election in
1968. His age, 81 at that time,
was the major cause of his
defeat to Mike Gravel, an
Anchorage real-estate de-
veloper.
The son of a prominent
physician, Sen. 'Gruening
obeyed his father's wishes
and earned a medical degree
at the Harvard Medical
School in 1912. However, he
never practiced medicine.

MARY BLOCK, 27116' Fair-
fax, Southfield, died July 1.
She leaves three daughters,
Mrs. Joel W. (Sarah) Joseph-
son of Hallandale, Fla., Mrs.
Jules (Edith) Mehler and
Mrs. Saul L. (Faye) Krieger;
seven grandchildren and
eight great-grandchildren.

LATE ERNEST GRUENING

Instead, he began a jour-
nalism career which led him
through editorial jobs on the
Boston Traveler, The Boston
Journal, The New York Sun,
The New York Tribune and
The New York Evening Post.
Following service in World
War I, Sen. Gruening be-
came publisher of New York
City's Spanish daily, La
Prensa, and traveled exten-
sively in Latin America. By
the time he became Alaska's
territorial governor in 1939,
he had already edited The
Nation, and had been emer-
gency relief administrator of
Puerto Rico. He also had ad-
vised the U.S. delegation to
the 1933 Pan-American Con-
ference.
(He appeared in Detroit
for a Jewish National Fund
dinner and made other visits
here.)

PROMISE KEPT
Having the last word
solves nothing — it's having
a word that lasts that really
counts.

four grandchildren and four
great-grandchildren.
* *
ROSE KATZ, 20235 Bilt-
more, died July 2. Survived
by her husband, Morris; two
sons, David and Harold of
Los Angeles; a daughter,
Mrs. Irving (Ruth) Sloan of
* * *
Glenwood, Ill.; one brother,
MAX BRAININ, 250 E. three sisters and eight grand-
Columbia, died June 30. Sur- children.
* *
vived by a brother, Isadore;
a sister, Mrs. Peter (Gussie)
LEW LEWIS, 27445 Green-
Orden; nephews and nieces. field, Southfield, died Jurie
*
27. He leaves his wife, Bet-
ANN COLLINS, 16500 N. tha; a son, Jerome A.; a
Park, Southfield, died July 1. daughter, Mrs. Marvin C.
She leaves a daughter, Mrs. (Arlene) Newman of Silver
Max (Hope) Aiken; and two Spring, Md. ; three brothers,
grandchildren.
five sisters and five grand-
children.
* *
EVA DOLNANSKY of New
RUTH H. RUBERT, former
York died July 2. Survived
by two sons, Rabbi Hayim Detroiter of Houston, died
Donin of Jerusalem and Mor- June 28. Survived by a son,
ris Dolnane; and seven grand- Herbert Fortgang of Van
children. Interment New Nuys; a daughter, Mrs. Irv-
York.
ing (Charlotte) Roth; and
three grandchildren.
*
CHERI H. GAYNOR, 28755
ANN JACOBSON RUT-
Tavistock, Southfield, died
June 24. She leaves her par- BERG, former Detroiter of
ents, Dr. and Mrs. Alex Atlanta, died June 27. She
(Lorraine) Gaynor (and the leaves her husband, Theo-
late Evelyn Gaynor); and dore Rutberg; a son, Dr. Jo-
six brothers, Dr. Laurence seph M. Jacobson; a daugh-
Gaynor of Denver, Michael ter, Mrs. Donald (Zita)
and Jeffrey Gaynor and Neal, Kirsch; two brothers and five
Mark and Clifford Trubowitz. grandchildren. Interment De-
* *
troit.
*
S A N D O R GRUNWALD,
ROSINA SASSOON, 26051
24841 River Heights, South-
field, died July 1. Survived Lahser, Southfield, died June
by his wife, Julie; and a 29. Survived by a brother,
daughter, Mrs. Peter (Ros- Sol of Switzerland; and two
nephews, Dr. Michael Papo
alie) Beer.
* *
of Chelsea, Mich., and Oscar
ROSE HORWITZ, 19772 St. of San Mateo, Calif.
Marys, died June 29. She
SAMUEL S. SNITZ, 18937
leaves two sons, Leonard H.
and Sam Horwitt of Los Ala- Gillman, Livonia, died June
mitos, Calif.; a daughter, 29. Survived by his wife,
Mrs. Morris (Dorothy) Fish; Mildred; two sons, Franklin
of Ann Arbor and Tzvi of Is-
rael; two brothers, two sis-
ters and three grandchildren.
* * *
ETELA SOLOMON, 20494
Meyers , died June 27. She
leaves her husband, Sam; a
son, David; two daughters,
Mrs. Jack (Mary) Moncarz



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Dr. Goldwasser, Ex-Federation Official, 95

NEW YORK — Dr. I. Ed-
win Goldwasser, the first
executive director of the Fed-
eration of Jewish Philan-
thropies of New York, died
June 29 at age 95.
Dr. Goldwasser was a
teacher until 1915. After his
service with the federation,
he took up a career in busi-
ness, which lasted until his
retirement in 1953.
An 1897 graduate of City
College of New York, Dr.
Goldwasser began his teach-
ing career on the Lower East
S ide after having received

the highest score in the first
examination given for teach-
ers.
He earned master's de-
grees at City College and
Teachers College of Colum-
bia University, and com-
pleted his doctoral studies at
New York University.
He taught at two public
schools and later became
district superintendent for
the Lower East Side and
later, superintendent of all
activities other than classes
in the entire city school sys-
tem. He also was principal at

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WILLIAM M. STEIN

DR. EDWIN GOLDWASSEIR

Acknowledges with grateful appreciation
the many kind expressions of sympathy
extended by relatives and friends during
the family's recent bereavement.

the Broome St. School, of
which he was a graduate.
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and Mrs. Fred (Sophie)
Kushner; seven grandchil-
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children.
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*
JULIAN B. WEBER, for-
mer Detroiter of Miami
Beach, died July 1. Survived
by his wife, Gert; a son, Dr.
Ronald; a daughter, Mrs.
Stuart (Marlene) Blumberg;
a brother, Arthur, and a sis-
ter, Mrs. Saul (Pearl) Ben-
yas, both of Detroit; and
three grandchildren. Inter-
ment Miami Beach.

WE REMEMBER

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During the-
coming week
Yeshivoth Beth
Yehudah will
observe the
Yahrzeits of the
following d s-
ported friends,
with the tradi-
tional Memor-
ial Prayers, re-
citation of
Kaddish and
Studying of
Mishnayos.

Tammuz July

17
7
Sam Boesky •
7
Regina Fredrick 17
Samuel R.
17
7
Greenbaum
7
Joseph B. Raim 17
Moshe Ben
18
7
Avrohom
8
Dora Greenblatt 18
8
18
Jacob Kabaker
18
8
Louis Kozel
18
8
Sam Stein
8
Ethel Waldman 18
19
9
Meyer Burns
19
9
Hyman Kowal
9
Sarah L. Martin 19
19
9
Annie Samet
Benjamin Cohen 20 10
20 10
Siegfried Hess
20 10
Max Karol
Irving M.
Moskovitz
20 10
20 10
Rueben Nelson
Phoebe Budnick 21 11
21
11
Lena Firestone
Samuel Glickman 21 11
11
Benjamin Krass 21
21 11
Harry Leon
21 11
Anna Levine
Bernard Weinberg
11
Wilder
21
Solomon Chesluk 22 12
Pinchas N.
22 12
Engler
Samuel Gold
22 12
Louis Katzer
22 12
Sophie Meyers
22 12
Nathan
Moehlman
22 12
Isadore Shapiro 22
12
Alan J. Tkatch
22 12
Boruch Birman
23 13
Harry Brandman 23 13
Zelda Brill 23 13
Louis Gunsberg 23 13
Avrum S. Harris 23 13
Irene Joseph
23 13
David Moses
23 13
Freda Nyman
23 13
Bernard Swartz 23 13

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Yehudah

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Southfield
Phone 557-6750

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