Dr. Bert P. Solomon,
Retired Dentist, 61
THE DETROWJEWISH NEWS
Dr. Bert P. Solomon, real estate
investor and retired dentist, died
Dec. 11 at age 61.
EVELYN ABRAMS, 19708 Har- three sisters and five grandchil-
Dr. Solomon, 20529 Charlton
low, died Dec. 9. Survived by a dren.
Sq., Southfield, was born in
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son, Myron J.; a daughter, Esther;
Russia and lived in the Detroit
one brother and three sisters.
MEYER L. LIEFER, 17111 area 56 years. He was a 1935
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Second, died Dec. 13. Survived by graduate Of the University of De-
FANNIE BROOKS, 21021 Ken- two brothers, Dr. Morris and Dr. troit dentistry school, but had
osha, Oak Park, died Dec. 14. Saul; and a sister, Mrs. Maurice been retired from the field for
Survived by a daughter,' Reba (Bessie) Davis.
the past 20 years.
Malamud; two brother s, two
He was a member of Bnai
grandchildren and three great-
HENRY J. NELSON, 9339 Ash- Brith, ORT, Cong. Shaarey Zedek
ton, died Dec. 14. He leaves his and its men's club and Tam
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wife, Julia; a brother, Mowry; O'Shanter Country Club.
ESTHER . DAVIS, 20696 Knob and a sister, Mrs. Israel ,(Anna)
Survivors are his wife, Millie;
Woods, Southfield, died Dec. 15. Samit of Florida._ Services 2 p.m. a son, Stephen of Beverly Hills,
Survived by three sons, Dr. today at Kaufman Chapel.
Calif.; a daughter, Esther; and
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Joseph, Morris and Irving; 10
a sister, Mrs. Abe (Ida) Levitt.
grandchildren and two great-grand-
DAVID SELTZER, 22100
Church, Oak Park, 'died Dec. 9.
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He leaves' his wife, Fern; two
VIOLET V. FREEDMAN, 13111 sons, Michael and Ronald; his
Nadine, Huntington Woods, died mother, Mrs. Fannie Seltzer of
Dec. 15. Survived by two brothers, Chatham, Ont.; three brothers and
Harry Miller of Long Beach, Calif., one sister.
gift to the Kennedy Center for the
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and Sam Miller; and a sister, Mrs.
Performing Arts — a lounge con-
Alex (Rose) Karasch.
SHARON ' LORRAINE STACK, verted into a tribute to Israeli mu- .
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35865 Fernwood, Westland, died sic through the ages—was dedi-
SAUL FRIEDMAN, 20539 Mur- Dec. 13. He leaves her husband, cated here.
ray Hill, died Dec. 10. Survived by Michael Joseph; two daughters,
Diplomats, high government offi-
a brother, Louis of Los Angeles, Jeanne and Debra; her mother, cials, congressmen and cultural
and four sisters, Mrs. William Mrs. Bernard (Reba) Baker of leaders were received at the for-
(Bessie) Edelstein, Mrs. Lilly Santa Barbara, Calif.; and two mal opening by Israeli Ambassa-
Frank, Mrs. George (Frances) sisters.
dor and Mrs. Itzhak Rabin and
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Levine and Mrs. Jennie Panush
trustees of the center, and met the
GERTRUDE WEINGARDEN, Israeli artists and architect, Ra-
of Los Angeles.
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21730 Kenosha, .Oak Park, died phael Blumenfeld, who contributed
SHELDON GROSS, 24101 Oak Dec. 9. Survived by her husband, toward the creation of the unique-
- Park, died Dec. 13. Survived by Harry; a son, 'Dr. Leonard G. ly Jewish decorations.
his wife, Ruth; a son, Dr. David Wayne; a daughter, Mrs. Ephraim
Sen. Edward M. Kennedy said
of San Diego; a daughter, Mrs. (Rose) Ross; one brother, one sis- that in America "we all can think
J o e 1 (Barbara) - Ittigson; two ter and six grandchildren.
of what we give Israel. We rarely
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brothers, one sister and four
think of what it contributes to us
HARRY WOLFE, 15423 North- --its sense of dedication to human
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gate, Oak Park, died Dec. 10. Sur- values. If this magnificent room
RUTH GERTRUDE HOFF, 17371 vived by his wife, Frances; a brings the U.S. and Israel closer
Ilene, died Dec. 11. Survived by daughter, Mrs. Michael (Suzanne) together, and all humanity to-
her husband, Sam E.; two sons, Gilson of Toronto; two brothers, gether, this room will have served
Allan and Ned; her mother, Mrs. four sisters and two grandchildren. President Kennedy well."
The lounge adjoins the Presi-
Rebecca Berman; one sister and
dential box in the concert hall.
Jeanette Leibson, Owned American
Presidents will use it to
receive their guests.
DORA KATZ, 18991 Heyden, died Patent Medicine Store
Blumenfeld selected Israeli
Dec. 10. Survived by a son, Charles
Jeanette Leibson, retired owner
of Patterson, N.J.; three daugh- of Jean's Drugs, 8348 Woodward, painters Shraga Well and Ezekiel
and sculptor Nelremia
ters, Mrs. Sadie Feinstein, Mrs. died Wednesday at age 77. Serv-
Harry (Bessie) Kay and Mrs. ices will be held 10:30 a.m. today Azaz to create the art and interior
in the lounge.
Harry (Lily) Blatt of St. Louis; at Hebrew Memorial Chapel.
Value of the art and furnishings
one sister, seven grandchildren,
is estimated at more than $500,-
12 great-grandchildren and four
Leibson, took over the business 000. The cost was borne in part by
when he died 30 years ago, and it Washington area " Friends of the
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became a patent medicine store. State of Israel."
JACOB LAX, 11501 Petoskey, She retired in 1966.
died Dec. 9. He leaves a son,
Born in Titusville, Pa., Mrs. Preminger Marriage
Manny of Hollywood, Fla.; two Leibson was a member of the Jew-
daughters, Mrs. Arthur (Irene) . ish War Veterans Ladies Auxiliary Validity to be Probed
HAIFA — Meyer W. Weisgal,
Kepes of North Miami and Mrs. and the Aesculapian Society Wom-
Manfred (Helen) Moser; three en's Auxiliary. She lived at 19737 chancellor of the Weizmann In-
of Science, has been asked
brothers, eight grandchildren and Ward.
to appear before the Haifa rab-
six great-grandchildren. •
Survivors are a brother, Dooley; binical court to give evidence con-.
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and a sister, Mrs. Minnie Blum of cerning the validity of the wedding
SAMUEL LEVINE, 19361 Ken- Chicago.
of Otto Preminger.
tucky, died Dec. 10. He leaves
Pre minger, internationally
t h r e e daughters, Mrs. Henry
known movie producer, was mar-
(Thelma) Bernstein, Mrs. Milton
ried in Haifa 11 years ago.
W. (Blanche) Brown of New York
Sam Tack, two-time president Weisgal was a participant in the
and Mrs. Henry (Shirley) Fisch- of the Detroit Tennis and Squash services and discussed it in his
hoff; two brothers, six grandchil- Club, died Sunday at age 01.
dren and two great-grandchildren.
Mr. Tack, 6087 Pin ecrof t,
The memoirs infer that the serv-
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Orchard Lake, had been in the ice may not have been conducted
JACK LEVITSKY, 4675 Fourth, property management field for 11 in accordance with the Halakha.
Drayton Plains, died Dec. 12. He years, before which he was as- Also, there are doubts about the
leaves his wife, Freda; two sons, sociated with the Independent Jewishness of Mrs. Preminger.
Louis and Henry W.; one brother, Biscuit Co.
Weisgal had ignored an earlier
Born in Liberty, N.Y., Mr. request to appear before the court.
Tack lived in Detroit for 60 years.
CARD OF THANKS
He was a member of Cong. Adas
- The Family of the Late
The family of the late Frank
Shalom and Detroit Lodge of Bnai
acknowledges with grate-
TILLIE GRAN •
Surviving are his wife, Mildred; ful appreciation the many kind
Admowledges with grate-
two daughters, Arlene and Nadine; expressions of sympathy extended
and a sister, Mrs. Jack (Ann) by relatives and friends during
ful appreciation the many
the family's recent bereavement.
kind expressions of sym-
pathy extended by rela-
The family of the late Sarah
IRWIN L. PODELL, president
tives and friends during,
of the International Society of Miller acknowledges with grateful
the family's recent be-
Plastics Engineers, will be the appreciation the many kind ex-
keynote speaker at Israel's first pressions of sympathy extended
Plastics Week conference in Tel- by relatives and friends during
the family's recent bereavement.
Aviv, Feb. 8-11.
JFK Center Gets
Sam Tack, Age 61
Dr. David Kliger, Pediatric Allergist
' Dr. David Kliger, a prominent
pediatric allergist for many years
in Detroit, died Monday. He was
in private practice and on the
staffs of Mt. Carmel, Sinai and
Children's hospitals. He had mark-
ed 25 years with the Mt. Carmel
Born in Russia, Dr. Kliger en-
tered medicine as a grown man.
He was a graduate of the Massa-
chusetts College of Pharmacy and
Tufts College of Medicine. He lived
in Detroit 44 years.
, With a masters degree in public
health from the University of Mich-
igan, he served
as Wayne County
trator for the
crippled and af-
of Michigan. In
this position; he
cies of great ben-
efit to the under-
privileged. He de-
Dr. linger veloped methods
of aid to needy youth together with
the late Judge D. J. Healy of Pro-
bate Court. There was a deep
friendship between the two men.
Dr. Kliger, 18438 Hartwell,
was on the board of the Jewish
Home for Aged, Jewish House of
Shelter and former Jewish Child-
ren's Home, an orphanage on
Petoskey Ave. He also was a
member of Cong. Shaarey Zedek.
Highly regarded as a diagnosti-
cian for children's allergies, Dr.
Kliger was known to travel many
miles to care for an ailing child at
the Children's Hospital charity
clinic. He absorbed many new
medical techniques into his prac-
A captain in the Michigan Na-
tional Guard on active duty during
World War II, Dr. Kliger was a
diplomat of the American Board ohs*
Allergists and Immunologists, a
member of the American College
of Allergy and held many commit-
tee position in the Wayne County
Surviving are his wife, Celia; a
son, Seymour; a brother, Albert of
Miami Beach; two sisters, Mrs.
Rose Shepard and Mrs. Philip
Gibbs of Atlanta; and three grand-
Israel Not Withdrawing
From Suez Positions,
U.S. Intelligence Says
During the coating
week Yeshiva Seth
Yehude wilt observe
the Yehrseit of the
Meads, with the
of Keddish end stu-
dying of Mishnoyes.
WASHINGTON . (ZINS) — There
are no indications that Israel is pre-
paring to withdraw from her Suez
positions, according to reports filed
here by American intelligence.
On the contrary, her defenses
are being reinforced.
The report refers. to the so-called
Bar-Lev Line, which was estab-
lished after the Six-Day War,
against the possibility of an Egyp-
tian invasion, and which has since
been strengthened by earthen for-
tifications all along the canal cov-
ering a network of underground
In the event of an attempted
crossing by the Egyptians, the
question of air supremacy will be
paramount. Experts believe that,
despite the new Soviet build-up of
Egyptian air strength, Israel still
has the upper hand.
Lattice Rivet 2 20
Harry Pearistein '
Jacob J. LipshInsk-y
Joseph H. Shanbom 3 3
Sam S. Weinstein
Mary Woman 4 4
Herman Rosenberg • 4
Ethel L. Wiener
Benjamin H. Ettinger
Liba E. Agranevitz
David W. Diskin
Joseph M. Berris
The new Detroit Home Improve-
ment Dealers Association has elect-
ed JACK VERNICK as president
for the metropolitan Detroit area.
The group hopes to generate serv-
ice and assistance to home owners
and business concerns in self im-
provement. Other officers are Rob-
ert E. Stern, vice president; Joel
Hellman, secretary; and James
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