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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-02-26

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NEWS

Gerald Warburg,

NEW YORK - Gerald F. War-
burg, prominent cellist and patron
of music who died Feb. 14 at age
69, was a son of the late financier
and art patron Felix M. Warburg
and the former Frieda Schiff.

Educated at the Middlesex
School and Harvard College, Mr.
Warburg studied music in Vienna
and Paris as a cellist and con-
ductor. He debuted in Vienna as
a cello soloist, in 1927, later that
year appearing in New York with
the Philharmonic-Symphony Or-
chestra under Dr. Walter Dam-
rosch.
With his father, Mr. Warburg
founded the Stradivarius Quartet,
and the group toured. Europe for
about six years, playing 95 en-
gagements in one season.
Mr.' Warburg was a friend of
music and musicians. As vice
president of the City Center, he
was a member of the group that
prevented the destruction of Car-
negie Hall. In 1930, he commis-
sioned Ernest Bloch's "Sacred
Service," which the composer ded-
icated to him.

Known for his musical Imosv-
ledge, Mr. Warburg inaugur-
ated a series of. programs for
New .York's educational televi-
sion station on the life and works
of Beethoven. He gave "lecture
demonstrations" in concert and
lecture halls and on radio and
television. At the . time of his
death, he was completing a paper
on "The Extended Diatonic Sys-
tem," with his interest in har-
monic theory.

Among his cultural activities,
Mr. Warburg served as adviser to
the Metropolitan Museum of Art
and the Mannes College of Music.
In recent years, Mr. Warburg
had performed in recitals with
many symphony orchestras, using
his cello from the Stradivarius

In loving memory of

SALLY
ERNSTEIN

beloved sister anti, aunt,
who passed away leap year
Feb. 29, 1988. Sadly missed
by her brothers Harry and
Abe, nephews, and nieces.

Frkruy, kberry.

26,

Celebrated eellist

Sola Modell, 32

The Family of the Late

ALFRED
GUNSBERG

In loving memory of our
unforgetable, beautiful
_daughter,

BLANCHE
RUBIN STERN

Who pased away a year
ago, March 4 (8 days in
Adar).
Always in our broken
hearts, you'll never be
forgotten.
Your mother, Katy Ru-
bin; your husband, Irving
Stern, your children, Carol
and Mike Adler, Victor
and Sylvia Stern, Gary
and Judy Stern, and
Mark and Harriett Stern;
grandchildren and sisters,
Dorothy and Shirley.

OBITUARIES

Quarter, known as La Belle Blonde.
He also was the owner of the Du-
BERTHA BERGMAN, 18978
port Stradivarius cello, which is
generally regarded as one of the Snowden, died Feb. 21. Survived
by
her husband, Louis; a son, Jack;
greatest ever created by the famed
two daughters, Mrs. Henry (Ger-
instrument maker.
trude) Rocklin and Mrs. Harry
(Ethel) Itskovitz; eight grandchil-
Max Kaplan, Oldest
dren and six great-grandchildren.

• •
Bnai David Member
DR. WILLIAM E. BERKEY,
Max Kaplan, owner of a real former Detroiter of Miami, Flori-
estate business from 1938 to 1960, da, died Feb. 12. Survived by
died Tuesday at age 95. He was a brother, Ben; and sister,
the oldest living member of Cong. Frances.
Bnai David, which he joined in

• •
1914.
MIRIAM BOBROFF, 20409
Mr. Kaplan opened a tailor trim- 'Snowden, died Feb. 23. Survived
ming store on Hastings St. in 1914, by a son, Allen of Grand Rapids;
when he came to De-
two daughters, Mrs. Max (Reva)
troit. He moved the
Barahal and Mrs.• George (Char-
store to Twelfth St. be-
lotte) Miller; two brothers, three
fore leaving the busi-
sisters and eight grandchildren.
ness for real estate.
• • •
Born in Minsk, Russia, Mr. Kaplan
JOSEPH BORDEN, 2086 Blaine,
he came to this country in 1904.
died Feb. 20. No survivors.
• •

He was president of Cong. Mogen
Abraham and a member of Yeshi-
ISADORE DRAZNER, 64, Ed-
vath Beth Yehudah, Louis Marshall mund P1., died Feb. 18. No sur-
Lodge of Bnai Brith, Hebrew vivors.

• •
Academy of Miami Beach and
Young Israel of Northwest Detroit.
JULIUS D. FRANK, 19100 W.
Survivors are a son, Sam; two Seven Mile, died Feb. 18. He
daughters, Mrs. Anne Holzman leaves a son, Julian C.; three
and Mrs. Louis -(Esther) Labovitz.; brothers and three grandchildren.

• a
eight grandchildren and 19 great-
-
grandchildren.
SARAH GOLDMAN, 11501 Pe-
toskey, died Feb. 20. Survived by
two sons, Rabbi Irving L. of Chi-
cago and Marshall L. of Israel; a
Sole H. Modell, a member of daughter, Mrs. Lillian Cohen; eight
Temple Emanu-El, Hadassah and grandchildren and one great-grand-
Women's American ORT, died child.

• •
Feb. 19 at age 32.
A native Detroiter,..Mrs. Modell
JACOB GRANADER, 18700 W.
lived at 3750 Lane Lake, Bloom- Chicago, died Feb. 23. Survived by
field Hills.
his wife, Fay; four sons, Harry,
She leaves her husband, Rich- Charles, Hadar and Ronald; a
ard; two sons, Stephen and Jeff- daughter, Mrs. George (Betty)
rey; her parents, Mr. and Mrs. (Betty) Lubin; one brother, two
Samuel Hamburger; and a broth- sisters, 22 grandchildren and nine
er, David.
great-grandchildren. .

• • -
Determinism
DAVID GRANET, 8045 E. Jef-
This then is determinism: to ferson, died Feb. 19. He leaves a
learn to understand the causes of brother, Jules; and a sister, Mrs.
evil, so that we may induce the Louis (Janet) Kornhandler of
causes of reform. Not to be a fa- Beverly Hills, Calif.

talist, or a slave, a slave of one-
self, or a slave of one's surround-
SAMUEL GROBMAN of Phila-
ings. Wherever we are, not to act delphia, died Feb. 20. He leaves
and work blindly, but freely and his parents, Mr. and Mrs: Jacob
consciously, to anticipate and plan Grobman; a brother, Sidney; and
like a worker and collaborator of a sister, Mrs. Stuart (Sylvia) Ham-
God-Thomas G. Masaryk.
burger of Detroit. Interment Phila..
delphia.

Acknowledges with grate-
ful appreciation the many
kind expressions of sym-
pathy extended by rela-
tives and friends during
the family's recent be-
reavement.

The Family of the Late

ABRAHAM
J. ZAFT

Acknowledges with grate-
ful appreciation the many
kind expressions of sym-
pathy extended by relit--
lives and friends during
the family's recent be-
reavement

The Family of the Late

MEYER - MINKIN

Acknowledges with grateful appreciation the many kind ex-
pressions of sympathy extended by relatives and friends during
the finales recent bereavement.

SANDOR GROSZ. 1125 E. Har-
wood. Madison Heiehts, died Feb.
24. Survived by his wife, Ilona;
a son. Joseph; and a daughter,
Mrs. Frank (Kornelia) Padovich.



REGINA HANFLIK, 1609 Wa-
bash, Flint, died Feb. 24. Sur-
vived by a son, Joseph; and five
grandchildren.

RACHEL C. JACKSON, 24710
-Tborndyke, Southfield, died Feb.
20. She leaves two sons, Philip C.
of Mt. Washington, 0., and Harold
't; two brothers, two sisters, two
grandchildren and three great-
grandchildren.



CIPRA RAIN. former Detroiter
of Jerusalem, died Feb. 17. Sur-
vived by a son, Armand; a daugh-
ter, Mrs. Yvette Goldenberg; six
grandchildren and one great-grand.
child. Interment Jerusalem.

Frank Schefrnan, 83,
Produce Wholesaler

Frank Schefman, a retired pro-
duce wholesaler, died Feb. 20 at
age 83.
Mr. Scbefman, 18621 Tracey,
was a member of Temple Israel,
the Detroit Consistory and Moslem
Shrine and the Jewish Center. He
also was a life member of Per
fection Lodge of the Masons. Born
in Fort Wayne, Ind., he lived in
Detroit 37 years.
Survivors are his wife, Dorothy;
a son, Myron; two daughters,. Mrs.
Leslie (Regene) Schmier and Mrs.
Irving (Rothe) Levine; -a sister,
'Mrs. Mary Komisarow of . New
York; and 13 grandchildren.

GLORIA KANNO N, 24860
Towne, Southfield, died Feb. 18.
Survived by her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Morris Kennon; a brother,
Robert; and a sister, Mrs. Marvin
(Edythe) Mevis.
a a •
LAWRENCE N. KELLER, 15140
Kenton, Oak Park, died Feb. 18.
Survived by his wife, Rose; a son,
Nathan; a daughter, Linda; and
one sister.

a• •
JOSEPH KOBLIN, 10121 Bur-
ton, Oak Park, died Feb. 23. He
leaves a ion, Selden; two daugh-
ters, Mrs. Harold (Estelle) Nelson
and Mrs. David (Beatrice) Pacer-
nick; two brothers, one sister, six
grandchildren and eight great-
grandchildren. '

a •
LEO RAYDER, 630 Woodward,
died Feb. 16. No survivors.
a • a
ROY ROTTER, former Detroiter
of North Miami, died Feb. 12. Sur-
vived by his wife, Sylvia; a son,
Norman of Detroit; two sisters and
three grandchildren. interment
North Miami.
a a •
SARAH SIEFF, 18706 Prevost,
died Feb. 19. Survived by her
husband, William; a son, Sydney
M.; and a daughter, Mrs. Phoebe
Alvarado of New York.

.

Ist

YETTA SINGER, former De-
troiter of Milwaukee, died Feb. 20
She leaves a son,'Barry; and one
grandchild. Interment Detroit.
• • •

MATHEW SOROCH, former De-
troiter of Los Angeles, died Feb.
17. Survived by a sister, Mrs.
Pauline Hack of Santa Monica,
Calif.

• • •

ISADORE STRAUSS, 25473 Lin-
coln Terr., Oak Park, died Feb.
21. Survived by two sons, Alfred
and Walter; one sister, five. grand-
children and two great-grandchil-
dren.
• • *
HELEN TESSLER, 18674 Fair-
field, died Feb. 21. Survived by a
daughter, Mrs. Joseph (Rose)
Fischhoff; one sister and three
grandchildren.

a
EARL M. WOOLF, former De-
troiter of Denver, died Feb. 17.
Survived by his wife, Sandra; two
sons, Marlon and Peter; a daugh-
ter, Evan; his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Woolf of Hollywood,
Fla.; and a sister, Mrs. David
(Nina) Eisenberg of Detroit. In-
terment Denver.

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