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February 18, 1972 - Image 50

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1972-02-18

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Member of Weizmann's Circle

Lords Sieff, Philanthropst
iZi
onist
o

LONDON (JTA) - Lord (Israe
Moses) Sieff of Brimpton, leadin g
businessman, philanthropist, Jew
ish scholar and one of Dr. Chaim
Weizmann's intimate Zionist circle
before the Balfour Declaration,
died here Feb. 14 at age 83.
At the time of his death, Lord
Sieff was honorary president of
the British Zionist Federation,
vice president of the World Jew-
ish Congress and president of
Marks and Spencer, a major retail
establishment.
During his long career, he ren-
dered distinguished service on
both the Jewish and general levels,
serving at various times as the
vice chairman, chairman and
president of political and economic
planning -and as a member of the
House of Lords.

LENA ABRAMS, former De-
MARY KALLEY, 1p35 Chene,
troiter of Los Angeles, died Feb. died Feb. 04. Survived by a daugh-
9. Survived by a son, Dr. Ste- ter, Mrs. -Manny (Helene) Polak
ven; a daughter, Mrs. Joe (Char- of Suffern, N.Y.; five brothers,

Born in Manchester, the son
of a wel businessman
from Lithuania, Lord Sieff was
Photo of Lord Sieff taken in
educated at the Manchester
1942 on a visit to Detroit to
Grammar School and the Uni-
address Hadassah.
versity of Manchester.
Lord Sieff was acknowledged to survey the prospects for im-

have been one of the most effec- plementation of the Balfour De-
tive members of Dr. Weizmann's claration which called for the
intimate circle in the early days establishment of a -Jewish national
of political ZZionism;In- 1918 he home.
was a member of the'Zionist Com-
Lord Sieff continued his. Zionist
mission that visited Palestine to activities up to the time of his
death and was responsible for
large-scale philanthropic work on
behalf- -of-- Jewish development in
The Family of the Late
Palestine and later in Israel.

-

-- JULIUS
LANSKY

Acknowledges with grate-,
fol appreciation the many
kind expressions of sym-
pathy extended by rela-
tive's and friends during-
the family's recent be-
'reaveMent.

-

He and his wife, •the former
Rebecca Marks, founded the
Daniel Sieff Institute at Rehovot
which subsequently developed
into the" Wiesmana Institute of
Science and is today a con-
. peen* part of the Wehanann
Institute.
Lord Sieff was an honorary fel-
low of the institute and a mem-
governors. He
ber of its board
also. devoted years of service to
the World Jewish Congress as a
vice president and as chairman
of its European executive.
He was instrumental in trans-
ferring the Institute of Jewish
Affairs from New York to Lon-
don and its development here as
an important Jewish institution of
research and publication..

MORRIS
BATCHKO

Acklunkedges with grate-
ful appreeiallawIthe makf -
kind expressions of sym-
pathy eateadieC hy rela-
tives and friends -,dmillg
the fan `a remit he;
reavensent.

The Family of the Late

RUBIN -
GALCHINSKY

:Asksniedees With graft-
1st aptimorditien the maaY
expresehms of sym-.
,--pathy extended by rela-
tives and Mends daring
the family's recent be-
reavesnent.

The

ranasy a

the Late

LOUIS L
LIGHTSTONE

Wish to thank friends Is
" their - kindness and the
many-tributes in his mem-

lotte) Magid; two brothers, in- four sisters and two grandchildren.
cluding Simon Miller of Detroit;
* • •
three sisters, including Mrs. Mary
HARRY M. KATZMAN, for-
Leshman and Mrs. Sidney (Ann) merly of Windsor, of Sherman
Cohen, both of Detroit; and five Oaks, Calif., died Feb. 10. Sur-
grandchildren. Interment Los An- vived by his wife, Bluma; a son,
geles.
Aaron of Detroit; a daughter, Mrs.
• • •
Donald (Bernice) Tollefson of
RONALD L. BENNETT, 656 E. Encino; a brother Jacob of Wind-
Fox Hills, Bloomfield Hills, died sor; and five grandchildren. litter-
Feb. 14. He leaves his wife, Ruth- ment California.
ann, his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
• • •
Ralph (Ellen) Bennett; one brother
ESTHER LUBINSKY, 11501 Pe-
and one sister.
toskey, died Feb. 11. Survived by
• • •
two daughters, Mrs. Samuel (Sa-
SARAH BERLIN, 19100 W. rah) Kirman and Frieda; eight
Seven Mile Rd., died Feb. 12. She grandchildren and 10 great-grand-
leaves two sons, Irving and Jack, children.

41,

a daughter, Mrs. Irving (Rosalind)
Keller, and five grandchildren. ISIDORE NIDORF , former De-
troiter of Los Angeles, died Jan. 2.
• • •
SYLVIA BERNSTEIN (STOF- JENNIE NIDORF, his wife, died
FER), 15234 James, Oak Park, Feb. 11. Survived by a son, Man-
died Feb. 14. Survived by two uel; two daughters, Mrs. Dale
sons, Dr. Donald of 4loornfield, (Ruthe) Weller of Detroit and
Conn., and Gerald; a daughter. Paula of New York City; five
Elaine; three brothers, three sis- grandchildren. Interment Los An-
geles.
ters and four grand9hildren.
• • •
* • *
LOTTIE K. PRESS, 25350 Green-
HARRY L. CARSON, former field, Oak Park, died Feb. 10.
Detroiter of Miami Beach, died Survived by her husband, Harry
Feb. 9. He leaves a brigher, M.; a son, Ronald Jay of Berke-
Frank of Miami Beach. Interment ley, Calif.; her father, William
Detroit.
Karbal of Flint; one brother; three
• • •
sisters and one •grandchild.
• • •
MAX CROOGLOFF, 11501 Pe-
toskey, died Feb. 05. Survived by
GERTRUDE N. SCHWARTZ,
a son, Arnold; a daughter, Mrs. 24300 Jerome, Oak Park, died Feb.
Herbert (Adele) Goldstein; three 8. Survived by her mother, Mrs.
grandchildren and one great-grand- Sarah Novograd; a son, Joel; two
child.
daughters, Francine of Elcino.
• • s
Calif., and Jaycelyn; one brother
HARRY DEAN, 16152 Carriage and one sister.

Trade, Southfield, died Feb. 14.
Survived by his wife, Evelyn;
three sons, Harold -Dean and Ir-
ving and Sidney Segal; a daugh-
ter, Mrs. Herman (Molly) Ya-
goda; One brother, two sisters
and nine grandchildren.
• s
LEA FELDSTEIN, 26051 Lahser,
Southfield, died Feb. 10. She
leaves two brothers, Manuel and
Oscar Kuhn, Age 74 Henry.
• • •
Oscar Kuhn, a -member of sev-
eral Jewish communal organiza-
MARY GARELICK, U501 Petos-
tions, died Wednesday at age 74. key, died Feb. 13. Survived by a
Mr. Kuhn, owner of Oscar's Bar, son, Robert; a daughter, Mrs.
11850 Livernois, for 40 years, was Paul (Yetta) Kipness of Brook-
a member of the Metropolitan Bar lyn; one brother, two sisters, four
Owners Association.• He also be- grandchildren and four great-
longed to Cong. Beth Achim and grandchildren.
• • •
Louis Marshall Lodge of Bnai
Brith.
MORTON GITTLEMAN, former
Born in Austria, Mr. Kuhn lived Detroiter, of Traverse City, died
in the Detroit area 50 years.
Feb. 10. He leaves a brother,
Mr. Kuhn, -18716 Sorrento, leaves Albert Gittleman; and nieces and
his wife, Sophie; two daughters, nephews. Interment Detroit.
Mrs. Albert (Bernice) Handler
• • •
and Mrs. Allan (Lorraine) Rimer;
HARRY GROSSMAN, former
two brothers, Abe of Chicago and Detroiter of Houston, died Feb. 13.
Max of Sherman Oaks, Calif.; and Survived by two sons, Marvin and
three grandchildren.
Manuel of Skokie; a sister, Mrs.
Meyer (Shirley) Please of De-
troit; and three grandchildren.
Anna Klein, Age 68
• • •
Anna L. Klein, a member of
EDWARD HOFFMAN, 24350
several Jewish communal organi-
zations, died. Wednesday at age 68. Moritz, Oak Park, died Feb. 11.
Mrs. Klein, 8705 Kingswood, be- Survived by his wife, Anna; three
lodged to Cong. Bnal David, Wo- sons, Arvin of Fairfield, Calif.,
men's American ORT, Zedakah Leo- and Melvin; a daughter Mrs.
Club and the Jewish National Fund Saul (Beverly) Nusbaum; 10
grandchildien and one great-
Women's Auxiliary_
Born in Russia, Mrs. Klein lived grandchild.
• • s
in the Detroit area 60 years. She
leaves her husband, Morris; a son,
ROSE IACONO, 21850 Church,
Harold). a daughter, Mrs. Albert Oak Park, died ,' Feb. 12. She
(Elaine) Fagenson; a brother, leaves a daughterritrit. Jack (Lil-
Samuel Capp; a sister, Mrs. Shirley' lian) Feldstein; one sister and two
Bernstein; and six grandchildren. grandchildren.

-

The Famlly..ef the Late

OBITUARIES

• • •
MORRY SELIK, former De-
troiter of Houston, died Feb. 4.
Survived by a son, Alan; a daugh-
ter, Mrs. Michael (Evelyn) Suib
of Conway, Ark.; his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Sam- Selikowitz of De-
troit; and a sister, Mrs. Hyman
(Rose) Fox of Detroit. Interment
Houston.
• • •
- BELLA SHAiNAK, 18987 Green-
lawn, died Feb. 10. Survived by
four daughters, Mrs. Pauline Wie-
ner, Mrs. Joseph (Sally) Wagen-
heim, Lillian and Mrs. David
(Thelma) Lebow; one sister; and
six grandchildren.
• • •
ABE B. SIMROD, 18470 Melrose,
Southfield, died Feb. 15. He leaves
his wife, Alice; four brothers,
Louis, of Toronto, David and Har-

.

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• * •
MAURICE TRAGER of Boston
died Feb. 14. Survived by his wife,

Ruth (Miller); two sons, Sheldon
and Joel; a brother, Nathan of
Detroit; two sisters, including
Mrs. Rose Volk of Detroit; and
one grandchild. Interment Boston.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, February 18, 1972-51

• WE REMEMBER

rrove mime

During Ohs• amain,
weak Yeshiva Roth
Yahweh' will shooros
the' Yahtsoilt of the
following iloportad
friends, with the
traditional Moat•rial
Prayers, r•citati•a
of Kaddish and stu-
dying •f Mishima&

ADAR FEE.
20
20
Bertha Modal
20
Rachel Pomerantz
20
Sheini IlasShmuol Y.
20
Tale Levin
20
Gabriel N. Elsman
20
Meyer Greenspoon
20
Philip Kawa
20
Harry Smith
20
21
Sally Hess
21
Rose Segerman
Hyman Sweet
21
Lose H. Stillwell'
21
Anna Chinitz
21
Leah has Shmaryohu
21
Res* Ralml
21
Sella Chesnuk
21
21
Dora Cohen
Adel• Brown
21
Sarah Miller
22
Julius Hess
22
22
Louis Ruoff
22
David H. Rom
22
Abraham Sermon
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William Zack
21
Max Berrie
22
Anna R. Werner
22
Nathan Peters:nen
22
Bertha Weitzman
23
Joseph Saks 23
Geode' Eckman
23
Susan Toper 23
Anna Lavine
23
Bessie sells
23
- Nyman Schwartz
Katherine Radnor
Karl Levin
23
Abraham August
24
Jacob Rosenshine
24
Isadore Warren
24
Eva Tesler
24
Isaac Kerman
24
Freda Freed 24
William Goodman
24
Aaron Jackson
24
Max Cltrin
24
Max Kasen
24
Rebetzin Rachel Zager
1
25
Ron Citrin
25
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Rose Ternchln
25
Meyer Applebaum 1
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Irwin Rosenbaum
1
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north., Fischer
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Loads D. Feldman
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Julius Colson
25
1
Israel Malik
15
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Sephy Mitisner
25
7
li•nlarnin Toper
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kettle Gerson
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Solomon Rosenberg 1 1
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Maurice Levin
11
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Max E. Chanson
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2$
Mewls Menonberg
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Rose Aroneff
Ann* Kaufman
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Ritbocca Katz
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Sarah Sass
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Karon Eing•rn
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Harry Faber
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