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April 05, 1968 - Image 39

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-04-05

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Fisher to Mark 80th Birthday
Mr. Mrs. Lyons to Fete Industrialist William,
and Aurora eventually merge d associated with the Zionist move-

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, April 5, 1968-39

,

50 Years of Marriage

William Fisher prominent De-
troit industrialist, father of Max
M. Fisher, national Jewish leader,
will mark his 80th birthday in
Miami Beach on April 15.
A native of Klesk, Russia, where
he was born April 15, 1888, Mr.
Fisher settled in Detroit as a young
'man, founded the Keystone Oil Re-
fining Co. with Nathan Epstein and
the late Leon Kay, and was associ-
ated with many movements here.
Keystone Oil Refining Co. was
absorbed by Aurora Gasolene Co.

with Marathon Oil Co.
Mr. Fisher is a member of
Congregation Shaarey Zedek in
Southfield and of Temple Emanuel
in Maimi Beach. He was active
in Allied Jewish Campaigns, was

Convicted Army MD
Put in Isolated Cell

MR. AND MRS. LYONS

Sarah and Irving Lyons, of Oxley
Rd., will celebrate their 50th wed-
ding anniversary. They were mar-
ried in Detroit April 11, 1918.

A family celebration will be given
in their honor by their children,
Mrs. Janice Brown, Mr. and Mrs.
Arthur Lyons and Mr. and Mrs.
Lee Lyons at the Raleigh House.

In addition to their children the
Lyons will be honored by their
six grandchildren and two great-
grandchildren.

glirtk
Announcements

FORT LEAVENWORTH, Kan.-
Capt. Howard B. Levy, Brooklyn
army physician who was sentenced
to three years at hard labor last
June for refusing of train medical
aid men for Vietnam, is in "discip-
linary segregation" here.
An army spokesman said that
Capt. Levy had been disciplined
"for violation of institutional rules"
but would not elaborate. In At-
lanta, however, the prisoner's chief
counsel said that Capt. Levy had
been transferred to a 5 by 10
foot isolation cell last week, ap-
parently in retaliation for abuse
of mail privileges. This abuse, said
his lawyer, was apparently related
to censorship of Capt. Levy's let-
ters to his counsel.

March 31 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Michael V. Kline (Elyse Salinger
of Detroit) of Panorama City,
Calif., a daughter, Nedra Marlene.
* * *
March 31 — To Dr. and Mrs.
J. E. Share (Diane Nadell), 24601
Geneva, Oak Park, a daughter,
Rachel Berth.
*
*
*
March 30—To Mr. and Mrs.
Ronald Licht (Arlene Gottlieb),
17185 Sherfield, Southfield, a
daughter, Lainy Michele.
* • •
March 28 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Harvey Krupp (Irene Kagan),
14630 Talbot, Oak Park, a daugh-
ter, Michele Mindi.
• • *
March 28—To Mr. and Mrs. My-
ron Milgrom (Jacqueline Pushkin),
23120 Laurel Valley Dr., South-
field, a daughter, Marianne.
* * *
March 25 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Stanley Schwartz (Terry Allen),
former Detroiters of Brooklyn, a
son, Lee Allen.
• * •
March 24—To Mr. and Mrs. Wil-
liam Kingston (Arlene Schlafer),
13941 Kenwood, a daughter,
Wendy Jo.
* * *
March 23—To Mr. and Mrs. Sey-
mour Wander (Janet Swartz),
23820 Morton, Oak Park, a daugh-
ter, Alyssa Beth.
* * *
March 12—To Mr. and Mrs. Mar-
tin Goldin (Penny Rossin), De-
troiters living in London, a son,
Kevin James.
• * *
To Mr. and Mrs. S. Daniel Levit
(Geraldine Stashefsky), 19284 Bea-
verland, a daughter, Donna Nicole.
* * *
To Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mangen
(Elayne Chase), 19281 Dorset,
Southfield, an adopted daughter,
Michelle Lynn.

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ment and with many pro-Israel
as well as community social serv-
ice movements. He is a Mason and
is a member of the Consistory of
Perfection Lodge.
He was married to Mollie Brody
in April of 1905. In addition to their
son Max they have three daughters,
Mrs. David Ross of Miami Beach,
Mesdames Lew Rose and Frank
Tessler of Detroit; 11 grandchil-
dren and four great-grandchildren.
Mr. Fisher has a brother, Ben
Fisher, who also resides in Miami
Beach.

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