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April 24, 1987 - Image 103

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-04-24

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Sidney A. Deitch

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FLORENCE S. SHUBIN,

66, died April 20. She leaves
a brother, Murray; and a sis-
ter, Mrs. Joyce Kousin; nieces
and nephews.

SOL Z. WOLACK, 85, of
Southfield and Lauderdale
Lakes, Fla., died April 19.
Survived by his wife,
Dorothy; two daughters, Mrs.
Robert (Janet) Bichkoff and
Mrs. Shirley Lowther of
Burns Lake, British Colum-
bia; three brothers, Leon
Wolock of Oak Park, Nathan
Wolok of Lauderhill, Fla. and
Henry Wolok of Pontiac; a
sister, Mrs. Tilly Rose of
Southfield; four grand-
children and four great-
grandchildren.

Max Loewenstein

Max Loewenstein, founder
and chairman of the board of
Loewenstein Poultry and
Game, died April 18 at age
86.
Born in Detroit, Mr.
Loewenstein was a member
of Temple Beth El for more
than 60 years, a life member
of Masonic Lodge of the Ma-
sons and Moslem Temple. He
was the District Chairman of
the Detroit Area Council of
the Boy Scouts.
Mr. Loewenstein was a
member of the Detroit Eco-
nomic Club since 1937 and

was past president of the
Meat and Sausage Packers
Association.
He leaves his wife,
Eleanor; a son, Marshall; a
daughter, Mrs. Joan
Millstone; 12 grandchildren
and one great-grandson.

Louis Gronowski

Paris — Louis Gronowski,
a leading member of the
anti-Nazi resistance move-
ment in France during World
War II, has died at age 83.
In 1934, he launched a
Yiddish leftwing daily, Naie
Press, in which he waged a
campaign against the fascist
forces in France and in West-
ern Europe which were seek-
ing to subvert democracy,
emboldened by Hitler's con-
solidation of power in Ger-
many.

Dick Shawn

Los Angeles — Comedian
Dick Shawn, who starred in
films and was frequent guest
on TV variety shows, talk
shows and sitcoms, died last
weekend at age 58.
Ne Schulefand, Mr. Shawn
played the memorable role of
a far-out Adolf Hitler in the
movie, The Producers, and
had a role in It's a Mad, Mad,
Mad, Mad, World as well.

Police Claim Demjanjuk
I.D. Card Is Authentic

Jerusalem (JTA) — The
head of the Israeli police
document identification lab-
oratory testified Tuesday that
an SS identification card
bearing the signature and
photograph of suspected war
criminal John Demjanjuk is
authentic.
Amnon Bezaleli appeared
for the prosecution in
Jerusalem district court as
the Demjanjuk trial resumed
after the Passover recess. He
said there was "no doubt
whatever" of the signature of
Karl Streibel, commandment
of the Trawlinki camp where
Demjanjuk allegedly was
trained for guard duty at
Treblinka.
As for Demjanjuk's signa-
ture, there is only "an ex-
tremely slight possibility"
that it was forged, Bezaleli
said. He said he had com-
pared it with Demjanjuk's
signature on numerous
documents he signed over the
years and discerned an "inner
authenticity" but could "not
definitely" determine it ws
signed by the accused.
The Ukrainian-born De-
mjanjuk, a former resident of
Cleveland, Ohio, had been
identified by a number of

Treblinka survivors as the
sadistic guard known as
"Ivan the Terrible" who ran
the gas chambers at the
death camp and brutally as-
saulted inmates. Demjanjuk
contends he was a German
prisoner during most of
World War II, that he was
never anywhere near Treb-
linka and is a victim of mis-
taken identity.
The ID card, which Israel
obtained from the Soviet
Union, has been called a
forgery by Demjanjuk's
lawyers. Bezaleli told the
court he could not be more
definite about the signature
because it is in Russian
Cyrillic script. He explained,
however, that he could dis-
cern changes in the way De-
mjanjuk shaped letters —
even in Russian — as his
handwriting was gradually
influenced by the Latin let-
ters of English during the 40
years that he lived in the
United States.

Bezaleli also testified that
he found indications that the
"original photo" on the card
may at one time have been
removed but "it was not
changed" for another.

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