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August 09, 1963 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-08-09

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Prominent Physician
Dr. Harry Shay Dies

Shaarey Zedek Torah
Reader Pomerantz Dies

Dr. Harry Shay. a prominent
Jewish physician who had been
chief of the gastrointestinal
clinic of the old Jewish Hos-
pital here, and lately headed
the Fels Research Institute at
Temple University, died July
30. He was 65. The author of
some 300 papers on cancer, nu-
trition, physiology and gastro-
enterology, Dr. Shay was the
recipient of many outstanding
prizes in his field.

Philip Pomerantz, of 18485
Robson, who endeared himself
to a great many people as the
Reader of the Torah on Mon-
days and Thursdays at the
Sharrey Zedek, died Sunday at
the David Nursing Home. He
was N.
A Talmudic scholar, Mr. Pom-
erantz was a Hebrew teacher
who also conducted adult
classes in the Mishnah. His
affiliations included Congrega-
tions Bnai David and Shaarey
Zedek.
Funeral serveces were held
Monday at Hebrew Memorial
Chapel on Joy Road.
Surviving him are two sons,
Charles of Brooklyn and Irving;
two daughters, Mrs. H. Kaplan
of Flint and Mrs. Fred Gross;
four grandchildren and two
great-grandchildren.

Harry Brezner Dies at 55

Harry Brezner, brother of
Sam Brezner, Wayne County
Chief Assistant Prosecutor, died
Monday in his home in Shreve-
port, La. Funeral services were
held here Wednesday at Kauf-
man Chapel.
The deceased lived in Detroit
from 1911 to 1947, practiced
law here after graduating from
Detroit College of Law and then
entered the general contracting
J. D. Zellerbach Dies
business in Shreveport.
Surviving him are his wife,
SAN FRANCISCO, (JTA) —
Gladys, and three other brothers James D. Zellerbach, prominent
besides Sam, Barnet, Morris and industrialist and Jewish com-
Philip.
munal leader, and former United
States Ambassador to Italy. died
here Aug. 3, at the age of 71.
He was chairman of the board
of the Crown Zellerbach Corpor-
ation, one of the nation's lar-
In loving memory of our be- gest paper companies.
loved daughter and sister, Rose
A native of San Francisco,
Korn, who passed away August
17, 1957. Sadly missed and al- Zellerbach was a former presi-
ways remembered by her par- dent of this city's Jewish Wel-
ents, brothers and sister-in fare Fund; national vice-chair-
man of the National Conference
laws.
of Christians and Jews; vice-
president of the National Jewish
Hospital in Denver; and a dir-
In Memory of
ector of Mount Zion Hospital
here.
Our Dear Father

I

In Memoriam

JERRY J.
GREENBLATT

who passed away Aug.
11, 1953. Gone but not
forgotten by his son,
Dr. Norman P. Greene
and daughter, Mrs. Nor-
man (Fay Anne) W.
Kaufman.

I

CARD OF THANKS
The family of the late Bella
(Batleh) Turkin acknowledges
with grateful appreciation the
many kind expressions of sym-
pathy extended by relatives and
friends during the family's re-
cent bereavement.

Matilda Kepes, sister
of the late

In Loving Memory of
Our Beloved Mother
and Grandmother

TILLIE
GORZECK

who passed away Aug.
9, 1960 (17 days in Ab)
Our hearts are lonely
without our wonderful
mother. Her presence
is always near us. Sad-
ly missed and always
remembered by her
chldren and grandchil-
dren.

IN MEMORIAM

In loving memory
of our beloved Hus-
band and Father

MAURICE
HARRIS

Who passed away July
31, 1961.
Two years passed away,
but that is a heartache
that nothing can heal.
In our hearts softly
the leaves of memories
fall
While gently c r yin g,
we gather and treasure
them all.
Sadly missed by your
loving w i f e, Fannie,
and Children.

JULIA MAZEY

acknowledges with
gr a t ef ul appreciation
the many kind expres-
sions of sympathy ex-
tended by relatives
and friends during the
family's recent be-
reavement.

OBITUARIES

,

LOUIS STONE, 14312 Wade,
died July 31. He leaves his wife,
Rose; sons, Lawrence and Rich-
ard; and mother, Mrs. Rebecca
Lightstone.
* * *
MAX MILLER, 3710 Richton,
died Aug. 7. He leaves his wife
Freda, sons Hal of Los Angeles,
Joseph and Leonard; sister Mrs.
Fannie Taradash of Toronto
and eight grandchildren.
* • *
JACK PURPLE, Marquette,
Mich., died Aug. 5. Survived by
two brothers, Ben and Joseph.
* * *
JOSEPH D. FOGELSON,
19313 Meyers, died Aug. 7. He
leaves his wife, Pauline; son,
Marshall; four sisters; and two
grandchildren.
* * *
VICTORIA SCHWARTZ.
22011 Marlowe, Oak Park, died
Aug. 7. She leaves husband
Solomon; son, Philip; daughter,
Toby; a sister and a granddaugh-
ter.

Jews, Feel Urgency
of Negro Drive for
Equal Civil Rights

CHICAGO — Addressing the
National Catholic Conference
for Interracial Justice, Rabbi
Balfour Brickner, director of
the Commission on Interfaith
Activities of the Union of
American Hebrew Congrega-
tions, declared that the Ameri-
can Jewish community has de-
veloped a "sense of urgency"
with respect to the Negro drive
toward achieving equal rights.
He called attention to the
formation of a rabbinic task-
force of Orthodox, Conserva-
tive and Reform rabbis by the
Synagogue Council of America,
for participation in peaceful
racial demonstrations. Jewish
lay leaders, he said, are in-
creasingly joining picket lines
and sit-ins, and broad programs
of grass-roots community action
are undertaken by Jewish com-
munity councils.
He said he felt that one of
the great strengths of the Ne-
gro efforts has been that - "from
its inception, this revolution
has been religious in more ways
than one . . . (if) it is robbed
of this spiritual character, or
if this character is replaced
with irresponsible behavior .. ;
such "a turn would be tragic.'

Howard Berkowitz Dies,
Printing Firm Co-Owner

The Family of the Late

MORRIS
KRAKOWSK I

Acknowledges with
grateful appreciation
the many kind expres-
sions of sympathy ex-
tended by relatives and
friends during the fam-
ily's r e c e n t bereave-
ment.

The Family of the Late

PHYLLIS DIANE
WEINER

acknowledges with
grateful appreciation
the many kind expres-
sions of sympathy ex-
tended by relatives
and friends during the
family's recent be-
reavement.

Funeral services were held
Wednesday at Kaufman Chapel
for Howard Berkowitz, 40, of
10430 Mark Twain, who died
Monday.
He was co-owner for 18 years
with his father of the Berk
Printing Co., one of the oldest
Detroit Jewish-owned printing
firms.
Mr. Berkowitz was a member
of Bnai Brith and of Congrega-
tion Ahavas Achim.
Surviving him are his wife,
Ethel; son, Martin; daughter,
Sharon; parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Michael Berkowitz, and a sister,
Mrs. Marvin Finkelstein.

STELLA SOLOMON, 725
Whitmore Rd., died Aug. 6.
She leaves a son, Dr. Seymour;
daughter, Mrs. Ben Feinstein;
two sisters; and four grand-
children.
* * *

ROSE GOOEL, 19174 Shrews-
bury, died Aug. 8. She leaves
sons, Dr. Elmer F. and Burt J.,
one grandchild, two great grand-
children. Interment, Los Ang-
eles.
* * *

TULLEY J. POMERANCE,
20163 Lauder, died Aug. 7. He
leaves his wife, Dorothy; sons,
Joseph and Louis; daughter,
Mrs. Julius Friedman; one sis-
ter; and seven grandchildren.
* * *
HYMAN AARON KABER,
24061 Geneva, 0.P., died Aug. 2.
Survived by wife, Jean; a son,
.; a oaughter, Mrs.
David (E lain e) Dvorkin; a
brother, a sister and 5 grand-
children.
* * *
MAX BELLO, 10641 Santa
Maria, died Aug. 2. Survived by
wife, Jeanne; son, Julius; daugh-
ters, Mrs. A b r a h a m (Betty)
Weinstein, Mrs. Hyman (Tillie)
Sherman, Mrs. Irving (Bessie)
Tyner, and Mrs. Charles (Sarah)
Deitch; two brothers, two sis-
ters, 13 grandchildren and two
great-grandchildren.
* * *
MAX FERTEL, 16041 Hilton
Rd., Southfield, died Aug. 6.
He leaves his wife, Leah; daugh-
ter, Mrs. Ernest Beck; two sis-
ters; and three grandchildren.
* * *
LEON LOUIS LAST, 19212
San Juan, died Aug. 6. He
leaves his wife, Sara; son,
Morris; daughters, Mrs. Stanley
Weingarden and Dorothy; and
one grandchild.
* * *
MARY LEVINE, 18089 Sor-
rento, died Aug. 3. She leaves
sons, Harry and Ben Shapiro,
and Arnold and Everett Levine;
daughter, Mrs. Edward Case;
and nine grandchildren.
* * *
HAROLD J. COHEN, 1339
Arella, Ann Arbor, died Aug. 5.
He leaves his wife, Ruthmary;
sons, Joel and Jonathan; mother,
Mrs. Jos. Cohen; and a sister.
Interment, Ann Arbor.

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FANNIE ADLER, 981 Drouil-
lard Rd., Windsor, died Aug. 4.
Survived by son, Sol; three
daughters, Mrs. Alex (Goldye)
Levin, Mrs. Norman (Jean)
Goldman, all of Canada, and
Mrs. Theodore Robbins (Mollye)
of Chatanooga, Tenn.; 10 grand-
children, and 11 great-grand-
children.
*
*
*
MORRIS ROTHMA N, of
Mesa, Arizona, formerly of De-
troit, died July 10. He leaves
his wife, Rose; daughter, Mrs.
Ed (Marcia) Meyers; a son,
Stewart and four grandchildren.
Interment, Philadelphia.
* * *
TEREZ GRUNFELD, 11501
Petoskey, died July 30. S h e
leaves a daughter, Mrs. Calvin
Adler, of Coldwater, and two
grandchildren.

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Kaddish and study-
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