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SECTION 1 THE COURIER-JOURNAL, LOUISVILLE, MONDAY MORNING, JUNE 14, 1965 1 Deaths hlscwherc Jewish Philosopher Martin Buher Dies At 87 (, 1 II iTMTlli 1 i If From AP ind UPI Dispatches Jerusalem, Israel Dr. Mar-tin Buber, the Jewish religion's foremost theologian and philosopher, died yesterday at 87. Buber, who wore an Old Testament style beard but kept pace with the problems of Jews in the modern world, wrote more than 20 books on Judaism and Zionism. He had been in poor health since an operation in April for a broken leg. Buber was active in Zionist affairs from 1900, when he joined the movement for a Jewish state as a student.
But Buber is best known for his theological and philosophical work. The eminent Christian theologist Dr. Reinhold Niebuhr called him the greatest Jewish philosopher of his day. Born In Vienna He was the leading exponent of Hasidism Jewish mysticism. His philosophy, the "theory of relationship," is described in his chief work, "I and Thou." When man begins to see God as "Thou," a new relationship among people is created and he can see other human beings as persons rather than objects, Buber wrote.
Buber counted many Arabs as friends and deplored the fact that Israelis and Arabs could not conclude peace arrangements. Buber was born In Vienna. He studied philosophy, religion, and the history of art around the world. His two main shipping lines commanded a fleet of almost 100 ships. Mrs.
Helen Waterhouse, 73, a reporter for The Akron Beacon Journal for 30 years and one of the top newspaper women in the country; in Akron. She died of a cerebral hemorrhage, which occurred as she was driving to work. The Dowager Duchess of Northumberland, 78, an old friend of Britain's royal family; at her home in Alnwick, England. in the Universities of Vienna, Berlin, Leipzig and Zurich. He became Germany's only professor of Jewish philosophy, at Frankfurt University from 1923 to 1933.
When Hitler came to power Buber was dismissed and fled to Jerusalem. Other deaths: A. P. Moeller, 88, Danish shipping millionaire; at a Copenhagen hospital. He was a sea captain's son who started with almost nothing and built a vast fortune in enterprises i ''V Man Active In Church, City Dies George F.
Robinson, long active in church and civic work in Louisville, died Saturday night at Red Cross Hospital following a long illness, i Robinson, 86, was a former U.S. Post Office employee who became a real estate dealer after his retirement. He organized the first Negro Boy Scout troop here, and in 1946 was awarded the Scouts' Silver Beaver. He was superintendent of Sunday school at Fifth Street Baptist Church many years, and also was a deacon, trustee, and member of the choir. On the wall of his home at 2234 W.
Chestnut is a dis-charge signed by President Woodrow Wilson in recognition of Robinson's services as one of seven persons who were commissioned a "Four-Minute Men" in this area during World War I. Son An Eagle Scout One of his sons, the late Carl Robinson, was the first Negro Eagle Scout in the United States. Carl Robinson headed music deparmtents at GEORGE F. ROBINSON Started Negro scouts several schools. He was at Minor Teachers College, Washington, D.
at the time of MARTIN BUBER Leading Jewish philosopher his death in 1946. Another son, George Robinson, also died in 1946. He was a member of President Frank lin D. Roosevelt's War Labor U.S.D.A. INSPECTED TOP QUALITY Board at the time.
A third son, Dr. Adam M. Robinson, is a physician in Louisville. Seven grandchildren and two great-grandchildren also survive. The funeral will be at 1 p.m.
Wednesday at Fifth Street Baptist Church. Burial will be in Louisville Cemetery. The body will be at the A. D. Porter Sons Funeral Home, 1305 W.
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Cloude Higdon, 83, of Gillespie C. Pearson, a re-Indianapolis, died at 9:40 p.m. tired shop foreman for the Sunday at Indianapolis Com- Louisville Transit died at munity Nursing Home. 4:30 a.m. Sunday at Jewish A native of Clarkson, Hospital.
He was 80. she survived by three daugh. He retim, 1950 aft 4Q ters, Mrs. Margaret Lambert, years with the transit company. Mrs.
Alma Marley, and Mrs. He hved at 23n 0a fo'r Jenevm Henderson; 24 grand- 17 yea bef0re moving chi dren and 10 great-grand- recently to tne home of his emiaren. daughter at 137 Weisser. The body will be at V. G.
Hardy Funeral Home from 2 He ryved by his daugh- p.m. until 10 p.m. Monday, er' Mr- Louls J- Jranken: when it will be taken to the two grandchildren and Ben L. Rogers Funeral Home flve great-grandchildren, in Clarkson. The body will be at Ratter- The funeral will be at 9 man's, 3711 Lexington Road, a.m.
Wednesday at St. after 6:30 p.m. Monday. Augustine Church in Clarkson. The funeral will be at 10 a.m.
Wednesday at Holy Spirit Catholic Church. Burial will be in Calvary Cemetery. Burial will be in the church cemetery. Joseph Elsler 57, a for mer resident of Louisville, CAP'N JOHN HEAT 'N' EAT OCOMA BONELESS U.S.D.A. INSPECTED PATTI PAK FROZEN BEEF Fish Sficb3os l00 Turkey Roasf ib.89c Steaks.
(5f.S) SUPER RIGHT Pork Sausage 32 zW Franb SP Mrs. Elinor Garvey Pohlman i i fJa aaiuraay in Sr died at 1:30 Sunday Tcoria, 111. He moved there at Mount Holly Nursing Home. She was 53. Mrs.
Pohlman, of 3175 River from Louisville in 1949. He is survived by his wife CALIFORNIA JUICY daughters. Susan Marie Elsler oaDd' "as thc Jh? and Wilma Elsler; a son, Wil- Pohlman a former par liam Elsler; a stepson, Mark Molors' Miller; and five grandchildren. wa 8 The funeral will be at 11 Trinity Catholic a.m. Tuesdav at Arch L.
Heady's Southern Funeral She is survived by two sons, Home, 3601 Taylor Blvd. Jhn F. Pohlman Jr. and Burial will he in Evergreen Raymond B. Pohlman, five YUKON CANNED-ASSORTED FLAVORS HOTHOUSE BEVERAGES TOMTOES (l0 43 FANCY EASY TO CHILL-NO RETURNS LIGHTER TO CARRY XJ Cemetery.
The body will be sers ana mree nroiners. at the funeral home after noon The body will be at Ratter- today. man's, 3711 Lexington Road, after 6:30 p.m. Monday. Fu- npral sprvirps will hp nt 9-30 Marvin R.
Martin, 43, died Thursday at 8 30 p.m. at Ire- am. Wednesday at Holy land Army Hospital, Ft. Knox. Trinity Church.
Burial will be He lived at 2516 Gardiner in St. Michael's Cemetery. Lane and retired in 1964 from the Army. Thomas A. Ungles 46, He is survived by his wife, 3361 Peachtree died at tne lormer Bene b.
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Market- atL 2. Tuesday. Burial will be in Eastern Ceme- Mrs. Carrie Hatfield Warren, tery. 89, 8001 LaGrange died at 12.30 p.m.
Saturday at Lady Mrs. Nellie Bolton Fulks, 82, Brook Nursing Home. died at 6 a.m. Sunday at King's Survivors include two daugh- Daughters Nursing Home. She ters, Mrs.
Harold Hawkins and had been under care at the Mrs. Elizabeth Davis; a son, home for eight years. H. H. Warren; three stepsons, a native of Hart County, Robert and Clinton G.
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