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March 24, 1972 - Image 63

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1972-03-24

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Max Horwood, 65;
Detroit Attorney

THE- DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, Merck 240972-43

Max H. Horwood, an attorney
with offices in the First National
Building, died Wednesday at age
65. He had been in practice 44
years.
A graduate of the University of
Detroit Law School, he was a mem-
ber of the Detroit and Michigan
Bar associations, Pisgah Lodge
of Bnai Brith, Cong. Adis Shalom.
Born in Budapest, Mr. Horwood
lived in the Detroit area 50 years.
He resided at 28883 Rock Ledge,
Farmington.
Surviving are his wife, Blila;
two daughters, Mrs. Murray (Joan)
Chodak and Mrs. Allen (Sandra)
Lewis of Sarasota; two sisters,
Mrs.- Janet Johnson and Mrs. Lora
Clark, both of New York; and six
grandchildren.

Survived by her husband, Charles;
two sons, Albert and Sidney; two
daughters, Mrs. Alvin (Shirley)
Lenhard and Mrs. Ted (Juanita)
Nemzin; one brother and eight
grandchildren.
• * •
SIDNEY SILVER, 27095 Suther-
land, Southfield, died March 18.
Survived by his wife, 'Rose; two
sons, Melvyn of Miami Beach and
Thomas; three daughters, Mrs.
Gordon (Phyllis) Landsman of
Golden Valley, Minn. Mrs. Alan
(Maureen) Maier and Mrs. Sey-
mour •Karen) Cherny; four broth-
ers and seven grandchildren.
o • •
MORRIS WEINER, 17664 West-
moreland, died March 18. He
leaves his wife, Dorothy; three
sons, Cal, Albert of Cleveland and Calvin Prady, 68;
Dr. Theodore of Mentor, O.; a Car Firm Employe
daughter, Mrs. Samuel . (Julia)
Calvin Prady, an employe of
ALEX S. ROSS, 14070 Balfour, Ossipove of Owosso; one brother,
Oak Park, died March 16. He seven grandchildren and one great- Chevrolet for 31 years, died March
grandchild.
16.
He was 68.
leaves his. wife, Grate; three daugh,
o • •
tem, Mrs. Martin (Marilyn) Glovin-
Mr. Prady, 24340 Seneca, Oak
FANNY
WILENSKY,
19274
Tele-
sky, Mrs. Benjamin . (Janet) Korn
Park, was born in Latvia and lived
and Mrs: Bernard (Rita) Castle- graph, died March 19. She leaves in Detroit for 56 years. He worked
Mai of Lyndhurst, - O.; one sister two daughters, Mrs. Lewis •Helen). at the Chevrolet Gear and Axle
Gleekman and Evelyn; one brother, Plant as chief timekeeper until
and 11 grandchildren.
one sister and three grandchildren. his retirement in 1965. He was
* • •
ANN B. ROTH, 23040 Church,
a real estate investment broker
JACOB WRIGHT, 18241 Heyden, for many years with offices at
Oak Park, died March 19. She
leaves a son, Allan; a daughter, died March 20. Survived by his the First National Building. He
Mrs. Ivan (Sandra) Collins; one wife, Alice; three daughters, Mrs. was a member of Bnai Brith.
brother, one sister and one grand- David (Esther) Grainer, Mrs. WU-
He leaves his wife, Mildred; a
Ham (Adele) Yale of Elmsford, son, Norman; two daughters, Mrs.
child.
Ben Desenberg, 65;
• • •
N.Y., and Mrs. Richard (Barbara) Joe (Audrey) Gerson and Mrs.
SYLVIA SCHULMAN, 23010 Greenberg of Elmhurst, Ill-; and Steven (Barbara) Cohen, both of
Aided War Veterans
Marlow, Oak Park, died March 16. nine grandchildren.
Fort Wayne, Ind.; two brothers,
Ben J. Desenberg, founder and
Herman and Jack; two sisters,
owner of Water Conditioning, Inc.
Mrs. Ben (Mildred) Williams and
Dearborn, died Tuesday -at age 65.
Mrs. Albert (Annette) Landy; and
Mr. Desenberg, 26572 Franklin
eight grandchildren.
Pte., Southfield, was a member
of drescent Shrine Club, Old Fel-
Isaac Greer, Age 80
Eva Hayman, 30256 Southfield,
lows, Marshall Lodge of Bnai Brith
Isaac Greer, 80, founder and
and Jewish War Veterans, of died Saturday at age 80. Fu-
retired co-owner of the Monroe
Which he was past state com- neral services were held Sunday
Waste Paper Co., died Wednesday
mander and national service offi- at Kaufman Chapel-
in Miami Beach. He was former
For half a century one of De-
cer.
owner of the Winterhaven and
After World War II and the troit's most active Jewish com-
Coral Reef Hotel in Miami Beach.
Korean War, Desenberg assisted munal workers, Mrs. Hayman was
Born in Poland, Mr. Greer lived
returning veterans. He also was a former president of the Women's
in
Detroit for many years before
Auxiliary
of
the
Jewish
National
an active worker -for the Allied
moving to Florida 25 years ago.
Jewish Campaign and Israel Bond Fund of which she was a co-found-
He
was a member of Craftsman
drives. He was past patron of er, and she also helped found -the
Lodge of the Masons and formerly
Purity Chapter of the Order of the Women's Auxiliary of the United
was a member of Cong. Bnai David.
Hebrew Schools and Odessa Aid
Eastern Star.
Survivors are a son, Harry of
Born in Battle Creek, he lived in Society.
Detroit; a daughter, Mrs. Leonard
Stemming
from
a
family
of
the Detroit area 40 years.
(Eve)
Kaplan; a brother, Reuben
He held a bachelor of science scholars, she devoted most of her
of Windsor; six grandchildren and
degree from Kalamazoo College energies to the advancement Of
five great-grandchildren.
in 1929 and attended the Univer- the Zionist cause.
She is survived by two brothers,
sity of Denver and. Michigan.
Mrs. Leah T. Schimmel
Survivors include his wife, Le- Beryl and Isadore; and a sister,
Mrs. Ada Mandel, all of Detroit; a
ona. Interment Battle Creek.
Mrs. Leah Treiger Schimmel,
brother, Meyer Ben Zvie Harrison
well known personality in New
and a sister, Mrs. Oscar (Marion)
!navery
York's Jewish community, and
wSlavery and knavery go as sel- Keer of Israel. Her husband, the
for many years a prominent Jew-
dom asunder,
' as tyranny and late Max Hayman, _ was a promi-
ish- social worker and leader in
nent"tenuranee. bran. .
cruelty!—Nathaniel Ward.
women's synagogue activities in
NY State Assembly Backs the United States, died at her
home in Jerusalem. She was 64.
• .; -
.`No Sabbath Vote' Bill
She was associated with the Na-
In Slemary 4.thir Beloved .
NEW
.YORK
(JTA)

A
bill
The Family .- of the Late
tional Women's League of the
Mother aid= Grandmothir
which. would prevent the 26 anti- United Synagogue of America for
FAY T. KLEIN
—" MNY
poverty agencies in New York. City 15 years, the last seven years as
-GOODMAN
Announces the unveiling
froni holding annual elections for executive director.
Who passed away- March
of a monument in -her
their boards on Saturdays was ap-
27,- 1983. , Your warmth:
memory 11 a.m. Sunday,
A. D
S jre
proved by the New York State As
and yoir love sustain us.
April 9, at Clover Hifi
DETROIT
temblyand.
now
goes
to
the
State
Your
children,
:Selma
Memorial Park. Rabbi .
MONUMENT WORKS
, Harry Kramer, .and.-yoar
Senate Judiciary Committee.
Mein will = officiate. , Hell-

LILLIAN FARELL, former De-
'loiter of Sun City, Ariz., died
'March 20. She leaves her husband,
Samuel; a son, Martin; two daugh-
ters, Mrs. Robert (Renee) Adler
;' and Mrs._ Barry (Sherry) Cohen;
ii - two brothers and four grandchil-
dren. Interment Detroit.

SADIE FENSTER, 23640 Wild-
; wood, Oak Park, died March 18.
Survived by her husband. Jack;
two sons, Seymour and. Herman;
a . daughter. Mrs. Shirley Schefiin•
' three brothers; one sister -and
eight grandchildren.
• •
ROSE GENNIS,' 10620 Saratoga,
Oak Park, died March 20. Survived
by ' er husband, Samuel; two sons,
Philip Lifton. and William Lion
of Denver; a daughter, Mrs. Mor-
ris (Florence) Berin; seven grand-
- children and -two -great-grandchil-
dren.
• • ,*
GERTRUDE JENNIE , GRAFF,
22065 W. Eight- Mile, died March
15. She leaves - a daughter, Flor-
ence - of Los Angeles;- one brother
and one sister..,
• '4
DORA HABERMAN, 14352 Knox,
Warren, died March 21. Survived
by two sons, Barney of Green-
ville, S.C., and Charles; three

daughters, Mrs. Jane Friedenberg
and Mrs. Kate Green, both of Mi-
ami, and-Mn. Joe (Shirley) Metz;
10 grandchildren, six great-grand-
children and one great-great-grand-
child.
* a *
LENA (GOLDSTEIN) HACK-
MAN, former Detroiter of Miami
Beach, died March 19. Survived
by two daughters, Mrs. Herman
(Dorothy) Dolinka and Mrs. Irving
(Harriet) Leider; two brothers,
two sisters and seven grandchil-
dren.
• • •
MILDRED PARKEFT, 20116
Burgess, died March 18. She leaves
her husband, Earl; two sons,
Keith and :Robert; two daughters,
Mrs. Steven J. (Margo) Gibbs and
Renee; two Sisters and two grand-
children.

Eva Hayman, Co-Founder of JNF
and UHS Auxiliaries, Odessa Aid

fives and friends are ask-
ed to attend.

The Faissiti. et the Late

EVELYN JUNE
_ WEINSTEIN

Announces the unveiling
el a atifullMe*
her
memory woo pews.r.L
:March U it Macanelak.
:Culetery. RAM Donis
officiate-I Relatives
ind friends IF*. 104d;11'-

Browdchildreniltobla, Jef
trey. Keith and Dana.

'Such elections are now per-
mitted by the Council Against
Poverty, New York City's central
agency for the 26 community cor-
Iiorations, the formal name for
'the anti-poverty agencies.
- David Billings- III, chairman Of
the Council Against Poverty, who
has expressed opposition to any

ban on Sabbath voting for elec-
tions, declined direct comment on
the bill.
However, Billings, in an appar-
ent retreat from his earlier opposi-
tion, told the JTA that the Coun-
cil Against Poverty was committed
'to "obeying the laws of the land,"
d also" "representing all the
poor." -

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