62 Friday, January 9, 1981
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Egypt and Israel
By HERZL B. SHUR
And there arose
A Pharaoh who knew not Joseph"
Who cast the Israelites
Into a state of slavery and subjugation.
Samuel Solomon Anton Ramselaar 9 Semitic Language Scholar
Samuel B. Solomon. Promoter of
Rabbi Bernstein Dies at 65
president and founder in Interfaith Ties
1957 of Dearborn Steel
NEW YORK (JTA) — in the Rabbi Isaac Elchanan
AMSTERDAM (JTA) — Rabbi Michael Bernstein, a Theological Seminary.
Sales, died Dec. 30 at age 83.
He became an associ-
A native Detroiter, Mr. Msgr. Anton Ramselaar, for Yeshiva University profes-
Solomon was a founding di- more than 30 years chair- sor for 33 years and profes- ate professor in the de-
rector of Sinai Hospital of man of the Roman Catholic sor emeritus of Bible and partment of Semitic lan-
Detroit. He was a member of Council for Christians and Semitic languages at the guages and literature at
Today there hath arisen
Perfection Lodge of the Ma- Jews in Holland, has died at Bernard Revel Graduate the Bernard Revel
"A Pharaoh who knoweth Israel"
sons, Moslem Shrine, Cong. age 81.
School of Yeshiva Univer- Graduate School in 1949
And sees the opportunity
Shaarey Zedek and active in
He was active in promot- sity, died Dec. 29. He was shortly after receiving
Through economic and cultural exchange
his Doctor of Hebrew Lit-
efforts on behalf of ing better understanding by 65.
That can raise his people
Yeshivath Beth Yehudah.
Rabbi Bernstein was a erature degree at the
Catholics of Jews and of Is-
From the depths of poverty
He leaves his wife, rael. He visited Israel many recognized authority in school, and was prom-
To a state of proiperity
Terese; a son, Phillip; a times.
Semitic languages and lit- oted to full professor at
For both Egypt
Bernard Revel in 1972.
,daughter, Mrs. Mel (Val-
And the state of Israel
At Vatican Council II, erature, achieving exper-
Before coming to teach at
And his name is .,. . SADAT.
Conn.; a brother, Harry of Msgr. Ramselaar made tic languages and dialects, Yeshiva University, he held
Florida; a sister, Mrs. Abe
specializing in Hebrew, rabbinic positions in Lynn,
Mass., at the Inwood Jev
(Rae) Merar of Philadel- ter relations by the Roman Aramaic and Syriac.
Center, Manhattan, ar
phia, Pa.; and six Catholic Church toward
Jews. He said the church
acterization achieved to grandchildren.
By DAVID LIFSON
Mercaz HaTorah Yeshins.
(Copyright 1981, JTA, Inc.)
hilarious perfection by
contained "absolute prej-
Montreal, Canada. He
udices" against Judaism began his teaching career at earned his BA degree in
Don't; let anyone tell you Karol Latowicz.
Daliah has been
that the Yiddish theatre is
as an instructor of Talmud 1936 from Yeshiva College.
Martin Langer, a self-
languishing, for it's never widowed in an uncon-
been livelier and infecti- summated marriage
ously joyous as with the new when her groom died of a broker, died Jan. 3 at age
musical "Wish Me Mazel heart attack at the altar. 67.
Weisman, an active volun-
Toy" which has sung and Yankl's brother Pinyeh, a
teer and classical pianist
In later life, Mrs. Hauser
danced its way into the knavish wheeler-dealer Calif., Mr. Langer was a involved in cultural
LONDON — Hephzibah
concentrated on social
Town Hall in NeW York and
endeavors, died Jan.1.
:nto the affections of an by Solo-Moise Aron, con- of the Masons, Projectionist
A native Detroiter, Mrs. renowned violinist Yehudi work. In the late 1960s, she .
spires with them to have Union and the Musicians Weisman attended Wayne Menuhin and a recognized and her husband, a
The melodramatic plot is Daliah pose as the widow Guild. He was a concert vio- State University, where she pianist, died Jan. 1 at age sociologist and director of
the Institute for Social Re-
11-to-familiar, but who of Captain Shimon linist.
He leaves his wife, Kitty; studied music. She served 60.
search and Center for
yes when it serves so well Kaufman who was re-
as a vehicle for top singing ported killed in action step-children, • Sheldon Detroit Institute of Arts and brother's partner in their Human Rights, set up a
Beckman, Mrs. Joseph
:1- good songs, for broad during the recent Six-
early musical careers. Their home for deprived persons
(Joyce) Modess and Mrs. was a member of the Cran-
and families in the de-
comedy, for virtuoso acting
brook Art Academy and first records, in 1932, when
by its impish leading lady name is identical with her Jeanette Spinner; eight Bloomfield Art Association. she was 12 and he was 16, pressed London dockland
grandchildren and two
Mary Soreanu, and for the deceased husband.
She leaves a daughter, won the National Prix du area of Bethnal Green.
She also was active in
It is the sort of stock plot great-grandchildren.
iveliest chorus girls.
Mrs. Donald (Virginia) Disque in France.
peace and disarmament
Daliah, played by the ir- that helped a young Molly Rabbi Waldman
Saunders of Brookline,
causes. In 1977, she was
repressibly dynamic La Picon endear herself to an
Mass.; a brother, Morton D. Dorothy Willer
made president of the
NEW YORK — Rabbi Lieberman; two
Soreanu, is the daughter of earlier generation.
Dorothy S. Willer, former
Morton Waldman, spiritual grandchildren and William co-owner of the Nut and Women's International
the impoverished wash-
League for Peace and Free-
leader of the Jackson Byrnes.
erwoman, Rivka, played Schmidt View
Nibble Shop, died Dec. 30 at dom, which campaigns for
Heights (N.Y.) Jewish Cen-
broadly and with laugh- of Begin, Israel
complete disarmament by
ter, died Dec. 30 at age 39.
provoking timing for her
Born in Knox, Ind., Mrs. all nations.
He had been rabbi of the Alan Jackson
farcical role . by corn- Quoted in Paper
Willer and her husband
Jewish Center since 1972
medienne Reizl Bozyk, and
Alan Kay Jackson, inter- owned the store from 1940 Max Kirschbaum
HAMBURG (ZINS) — and had been serving at the
the ne'er-do-well drunkard The West German weekly,
national research consul- to 1948. She was a life
Max A. Kirschbaum, re-
Yankl Danziger, a char- Der Spiegel, has published time of his death as dean of tant assisting American member of Cong. Beth Is-
the Cantors Institute of the firms to do business in rael in Ann Arbor and its tired former owner of
Jewish Theological Semi- Europe, died Jan. 5 at age sisterhood. She also was a Kirschbaum's, a men's clo-
NEW YORK — Kenyan document of the West Ger- nary of America.
thing store, died Jan. 1 at
life member of Hadassah.
police officials believe a man Foreign Ministry
Rabbi Waldn-ian has been
well-known Arab terrorist
Born in Rochester, -N.Y.,
was responsible for the New marks by Chancellor Hel- Heights kehilla, represent- Jackson resided in Geneva, of Coral Springs, Fla , Mr. Kirschbaum lived
Year's Eve bombing of the mut Schmidt about Israel ing a majority of Switzerland, at the time of Richard and Berton of many years in Detroit prior
his death. He has been re- Wyoming, Mich.; two
Norfolk Hotel in Nairobi in and its prime minister.
synagogues. and secular siding in Geneva for the daughters, Mrs. Bernard to making his home in
which 16 persons were kil-
(Marcia) Epstein of Coral North Miami, Fla. He
quoted as having said "it organizations-
Heights. Among other func- past
He leaves his wife, Sissy; Gables, Fla., and Mrs. owned his business at Joy
Police say Muhammad pains one to see how a single tions, the kehilla has been
parents, Maurice (Joyce) Kartch of Road and Grand River for
Akila, who is known to individual, Menahem 'Be- integrating Soviet Jewish a son, Gregory; his
Harry L. New Providence, N.J.; a 25 years. He was a member
carry five passports, regis-
(Pauline) Jackson of Hun- brother, Herman Strifling of Julius Rosenwald Post,
tered at the Jewish-owned try into bankruptcy and
tington Woods; and two sis- of St. Louis, Mo.; a sister, American Legion.
landmark using a Maltese
He leaves his wife, Helen;
ters, Mrs. Herbert (Mar- Mrs. Bernice Weinberg of
a people which for the first
On Wednesday, a Kenyan time in its new history has manufacturer's representa- jorie) Levin of Huntington Dunedin, Fla.; 11 grand- (Ruth) Levin; a brother, Dr.
spokesman said a Moroccan
William Kerwin; three sis-
tive for photographic
member of the Popular crucial sense, Israel's prime supplies, died Jan. 2 at age (Ruth) Newman of Jackson grandchildren. Interment ters, Mrs. Ann Lyness, Mrs.
Heights, N.Y. "Services 2 Ann Arbor.
Front for the Liberation of minister can even bring us 54.
Helen Levy and Mrs.
p.m. Sunday at Ira Kauf-
Palestine, Mohammad Abd to a new world war.
Eleanor Bralver of Sher-
The weekly also recalls
al-Hamid, was being sought
man Oaks, Calif.; six
lock was a member of
Meyer. Littky, retired grandchildren and t 1- -e
in the case.
Phoenecia Lodge of the Ma- Israel TV Series
owner of Meyer Printing great-grandchildren
The Palestinian Libera-
sons, Aries Grotto and
Co., died Jan. 3 at age 75.
tion Organization in Beirut its murders, is responsi- Association of Security In- on Modern
Born in Poland, Mr.
denied responsibility for the ble for the establishment vestigators.
of the Jewish, state of Is-
Littky lived 65 years in the Dr. S. M. Croll
He leaves his Fife, Mar-
rael, and that the West
U.S. He was the past
German government is
Dr. Samuel M. Croll. a
The first in a 19-part series president of Pisgah Lodge of
also responsible for the
Bnai Brith and of its bowl- dentist and a founder of the
OP Tax Case
fact that the Palestinians
Zionism was telecast in Is- ing league. He was Bnai Alpha Omega Dental
The Michigan Court of are suffering so much. Of Sherman Oaks, Calif.
Brith chairman of the Fraternity, died Jan.. 't
Appeals ruled Wednesday course, the West Ger-
The weekly broadcasts, to Presidents Brunch for the age 75.
that the city of Oak Park maiis must now help the
Born in Wipdsor, Ont.,
JERUSALEM — Some conclude on Israel's Inde- Jewish National Fund and a Dr. Croll was graduated
cannot tax six homes owned Palestinians toward
150 leaders of 50 friendship pendence Day, will. be
by the Kollel Institute for self-determination and
shown each Tuesday during Bnai Brith Council District from the University of
Advanced . Religious independence, Schmidt associations between Israel "family" viewing hours. 6 through 1980.
Michi g an Dental School in
and other countries met last
He is survived by his wife, 1928. 'z'He was a member of
Educational TV will also sc-
Cong. Bnai Jacob bought
Cong. Shaarey Zedek.
Navon's residence at the in- reen the series each Wed- Sarah; a son, Robert; two
the homes for rabbis and Merger Put Off
He leaves his wife,
iative of the World Zionist
their families associated
(Ruth) Hertz of Reseda, Gladys; a son, David; four
with the kollel. Oak Park
man station have expressed Calif., and Mrs. Harold brothers, Sen. David A. of
had said that only one home Libya have suspended talks fairs department.
Toronto, Ont., Dr.. Leo J.,
In addition to Navon, the interest in purchasing the (Phyllis) Fellows; two Dr. Maurice and Cecil of
was exempt from taxes aimed at merging the two
under Michigan's "Parson- leftist Arab nations because gathering was attended by Agency may distribute the ton, Fla., and Dr. Herman of Windsor; a sister, Mrs.
age law" but the court said of sharp differences be- Foreign Minister Yitzhak
program to Jewish organ- Encino, Calif.; and nine David (Evelyn) Zack; and
the law s:tated that "any" tween their leaders, accord- . Shamir and WZO Executive
fot gran(16 isidren.
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Yiddish Musical Storms NY
Menuhin's Pianist Sister
Hephzibah Hauser Dies