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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-05-31

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, May 31, 1974-47

BREVITIES

grams. Students from outside
the area are invited at an
extra non-resident fee.
Classes will begin June 24.
For brochures and informa-
tion, call the summer school
offices at Berkley, 548-3230;
Ferndale, 548-8600; or Oak
Park, 548-9294.
* * *
Julius Chajes, director of
the Jewish Center's music
school, will present DON
KUKIER in a piano recital
-8 p.m. Wednesday at the
Baldwin Recital Hall. Kukier,
who studies on a partial
scholarship of the Axelroad
Memorial Fund, will perform
compositions by Scarlatti,
Colombia Bnai Brith Beethoven,
Brahms, Bartok,
Gives School to Poor Chopin and Chajes. Admis-
BOGOTA, Columbia (JTA) sion is free.
* * *
— The president, president-
elect and former president of
MICHIGAN STATE PO-
Colombia attended the dedi- DIATRY ASSOCIATION
cation here of a technical METROPOLITAN DETROIT
school presented as a gift to AUXILIARY will have an in-
the government by the Bnai stallation dinner 7:30 p.m.
Brith Women of Bogota. Mrs. June 4 at Machus Red Fox
Lia Ganitsky made the pres- Restaurant. Installing officer
entation.
will be Mrs. Kathy Lanter,
President Misael Pastrana outgoing president. Officers
Borrero praised the group's to be installed are Mesdames
generosity in building the Shelly Fogelman, president;
school in a poor neighbor- Bunny Nickamin and Judy
hood. It has seats for 1,500 Coleman, vice presidents;
students and a health center. Carol Rose and Marilyn
The president stressed the Kent, secretaries, Ava
critical importance of educa- Young, treasurer. Board
tion to Colombia.
members include Mesdames
Kathy Lanter, Barbara Linde
Israel Aids Libraries and Gwynn Kahl. Chairmen
are Mesdames Roberta Kan-
Hit by Ohio Tornado er
and Sue Kaplan. The aux-
(JTA)

Israel
XENIA, 0.
iliary is dedicated to teach-
has arranged a gift of 712 ing the public about foot
book shelf units to public and health care, as well as per-
parochial schools and forming public services.
churches here in which lib-
* * *
raries were destroyed in the
The
MICHIGAN
BALLET
April 3 tornado.
Yaakov Keinan, consul for THEATER, which will host
press and information for the its third annual mid-states
consulate general of Israel regional dance festival,
in Chicago, arrived here to through Saturday, will spon-
make arrangements for the sor a performance 8 p.m.
Saturday at the Music Hall
gift.
On behalf of Chicago Con- for the Performing Arts,
sul General Shaul Ramati, featuring dance companies
Keinan met with Mayor Wil- from six states. Tickets will
liam Wilson, school and lib- be available at the door or by
rary officials to discuss the calling MBT, 626-1893.
needs.

Students in the Berkley,
Ferndale and Oak Park
school systems are invited to
ticipate in a TRI-DIS-
CT SUMMER SCHOOL
program which, by providing
identical fees, time schedules
and program length and
complete reciprocity of credit,
enables a student to take a
course anywhere in the three
systems. Berkley and Oak
Park will offer complete
summer programs while
Ferndale will offer a limited
- program sending most of its
summer school students to
one of the two other pro-

Walkathon Nets
$200,000 for Israel

,

CHICAGO (JTA) — More
than 5,000 people demon-
strated their solidarity with
Israel by embarking on a 26-
kilometer (16 miles) walk to
raise funds for the Jewish
United Fund-Israel Emer-
gency Fund.
The distance was set in
honor of Israel's 26th anni-
, rsary. Starters in the third
qua]. "Walk With Israel"
.nged in ages from 3 1/2 to
73.
Participants, sponsored by
friends and relatives for each
kilometer completed, helped
raise an estimated $200,000.

STAR-SPANGLED
SAVINGS
PLAN

Mountain Words

By SADIE SHUR GOREN

When great clouds hovered
over Sinai heights
clothing the prophet
with a clear design
for noble markings
and hopes for joy
in human life,
was there a mirrored shadow
reflecting myriad changes
of lives tearing
at craggy :Ages
twisting
into chars of fire
bony fingers
grasping at hunger's dregs
sinking
into death's refuse?

Cry out, cry out—
scream and rage, o youth—
the knuckled grip
the twisted grave
do not salve
the reaching brain
sophistries and mystic word
are but eerie grist
to the minotaur-
the prophet's mountain words
carved with soft compassion
only wait
to be poured
into the shrunken heart
stone carvings
etched with stern joy
await acceptance
into the wilderness
of man's madness.

"

( Sign
for
U. S. Servings Bonds,
New Freedom Shares

Edward Blumeno,
of Pontiac Family

Edward L. Bumeno, an ex-
ecutive officer with the Pon-
tiac Hide Co., a firm founded
by his father Morris in 1929,
RUTH ANN BOESKY 28. Survived by her husband, sons, Sam and Milton; a
died Wednesday at age 51. 27800 Arlington, Southfield, Lester; a son, , Michael; a daughter, Mrs. Ted (Sylvia)
The family were longtime ,died May 26. She leaves two daughter, Carrie; her par- Braverman; six grandchil-
Pontiac residents.
sons, Steven and Andrew; ents, Mr. and Mrs. Sol Volin; dren and two great-grand-
Mr. Blumeno, a native De- two daughters, Julie Ann and and one 'brother.
children.
troiter, lived most of his life Bonnie; her mother, Mrs.
in Pontiac and resided at 691 Benjamin (Pauline) Coggan;
JENNIFER LYN MORRIS,
BERGOL DENA STRAUS,
S. Fox Hills, Bloomfield and two sisters.
7112 Stonebrook, West Bloom- 18711 Greenfield, died May
*
*
Hills.
He was a member of Pon-
JACK CHARLIP, former field, died May 21. She 23. Survived by two nephews,
tiac Cong. Bnai Israel and Detroiter of Tucson, died leaves her parents, Mr. and Alfred and Walter Strauss.
Pontiac Lodge of Bnai Brith, May 24. Survived by his wife, Mrs. Brian Morris; a brother,
both of which his father Dorothea; two sons, Ralph David; and her grandparents,
helped found.
and Harlan; a daughter, Mrs. David Brenner and Mrs.
Linda;
two brothers, Allen Anne Morris of Lancaster,
He leaves his wife, June;
Pa.
a son, Eric; a daughter, Mrs. and Charles, both of Detroit;
Steven (Sharon) Kohn of and two sisters, Mrs. Ben
RACHEL PHILLIPS, 22030
Fairlawn, N.J.; his mother, (Sophie) Greenberg and Mrs.
During the
Mrs. Bertha Blumeno; two Minnie Lipchinsky, both of Gardner, Oak Park, died
coming week
brothers, Harold and Nor- Detroit. Interment Tucson,
May 25. She leaves a son,
Yeshivoth Beth
* *
ti:
man; a sister, Mrs. Frank
Sidney of Miami; and a
Yehudah will
(Shirley) Alexander of Flint;
MEYER GARBER, 22843 daughter, Mrs. Louis (Eve-
observe the
and one grandchild.
Saxony, died May 28. Sur- lyn) Horne. Interment Miami.
Yahrzeits of the
*
vived by his wife, Dorothy;
following d e-
parted friends,
two sons, Dennis and David;
MAURICE
M.
RESNICK,
Pauline Sherman,
with the tradi-
a daughter, Mrs. Donald 20560 Charlton, Southfield,
tional Memor-
(Rhoda) Schlossberg; three died May 29. He leaves his
Active in Charities
ial Prayers, re-
brothers, one sister and four wife, Helen; a son, Donn; a
Pauline Sherman, an active grandchildren.
citation of
daughter, Mrs. Gayle Gold-
member in philanthropic
* *
Kaddish and
man;
and
six
grandchildren.
groups, died May 27 at age
Studying of
ANNA L. GERSON, former
*
*
74.
Mishnayos.
Detroiter of Miami Beach,
ROSALIND SCHWIMMER,
Born in Latvia, Mrs. Sher- died May 26. She leaves a
Sivan June
man donated an ambulance son, Irving of Chicago; a 15642 Hilton, Southfield, died
2
12
Morris Fisher
2
to Israel through Magen daughter, Mrs. Lois Kush- May 26. She leaves her hus-
Joseph Gittelman 12
2
12
Sylvia
Gordon
David Adorn. She was a ner of Bala-Cynwyd, Pa.; band, Samuel; two sons,
2
12
Joseph Jaffa
member of Young Israel of five grandchildren and four Eugene and Cary; three
2
12
Aeb Miesner
Eliyohu
Northwest Detroit, Sholem great - grandchildren. Inter- brothers and two sisters.
3
13
Applebaum
* * *
Aleichem Chapter of Bnai ment Detroit.
3
13
Lena Klein
Bernard G.
Brith and Pioneer Women.
CELIA SHER, 25350 Green-
3
13
Skully
She leaves her husband,
Abraham
EDYTH LEB'OVITZ, 18410 field, Southfield, died May
3
13
Louis; three daughters, Mrs. Burt, died May 27. Survived 29. She leaves her husband,
Steinberg
4
Fanny Rubinstein 14
Wallace (Roslyn) Ross, Mrs. by her husband, Adolph; a Rubin; a son, Dr. Leslie; two
4
14
Isaac Ruffsky
James (Esther) Rachleff and son, Harry; a daughter, Mrs. daughters, Mrs. Howard
4
Samuel Satovsky 14
Sarah R.
Mrs. Dorothy Bodner; three David (Susan) Shepherd; (Sandy) Hords and Mrs.
4
Schwartzman 14
sons, Al, Morrie of San Juan and three grandchildren.
Meyer (Sylvia) Koval; two
4
14
Kate Winston
4
14
Isaac_ Yabeck
and Jack of Florida; two sis-
brothers, seven grandchild-
5
Mollie D. Faber 15
ters, Mrs. Joseph (Blanche)
ren
and
two
great-grandchil-
5
Sarah Hamrend 15
TILLIE LEVINTHAL,
5
15
Shapiro and Mrs. Edward 26051 L a h s e r, Southfield, dren.
Nimon Katz
5
15
Max Leichtling
(Eva) Levin; nine grandchil- died May 22. Survived by a
* * *
Morton D.
dren and four great-grand- son, Isadore Rapaport of
5
15
Mellon
SEYMOUR SIMS, 17095
5
Mary Bednarsh 15
'children.
Mt. Vernon, Southfield, died
Lincolnwood, Ill.
5
15
Jacob Shere
*
*
Michele
May 22. Survived by his
6
16
Eisenman
ELAINE LIPSITZ, 21530 wife, Joan; two daughters,
Emanuel Kay, 60,
6
Marvin M. Faber 16
6
Jacob Franovitz 16
Concord, Southfield, died May Frances Rose_ and Lori
6
Julius
Hechtman
16
of Jewish Week
Ellen; his mother, Mrs. Ida
16
6
Harry Israel
SYRACUSE, N.Y. (JTA)-j
Zimmerman; and two
Basha F.
6
16
Katinsky
Emanuel Kay died May 16 Beth Anne Tigel,
brothers.
6
Rachel Marwil 16
* * *
of cancer at age 60.
6
Rebecca Medow 16
Nurse
in
Ann
Arbor
6
16
Sholom Scott
Mr. Kay, who was general
FANNIE SRIRO, former
Beth Anne Tigel, a regis-
6
Kalman Shapiro 16
manager of the Jewish Week tered nurse at the University Detroiter of Miami Beach,
6
16
Oscar I. Steel
7
17
and American Examiner in Hospital in Ann Arbor, died died May 27. Survived by two
Ben Benson
Rabbi
Hyman
New York City and editor of Tuesday at age 32.
7
17
Eisenberg
the Jewish Digest, was born
Sophia H.
A graduate of the Univer-
7
17
Goodman
in Harrisburg, Pa., and re- sity of Michigan in 1963, she
MONUMENT CENTER, INC.
7
17
Bessie Harris
sided for many years in held a nursing degree from
7
Bertha Helfman 17
661 E. 11 MILE, FERNDALE
7
Joseph Holtzman 17
Syracuse where he was ac- Columbia University and a
P12 Blocks E. of Woodward
7
Abraham Klenov 17
tive in the city's Jewish masters degree from New
6 Blks from 3 Jewish
7
17
Fannie Pupko
Cemeteries on Woodward
7
Morris Vernick 17
community.
York University. In 1972, she
7
Beckie Weinberg 17
He was the editor and served as assistant director
LI 24266
JO 4-5557,
8
Chaya G. Cohen 18
8
publisher of the first Jewish of nursing at St. Joseph
18
Fred Fisher
Mendel
community newspaper in Mercy Hospital in Ann Ar-
8
18
Landsberg
Syracuse, helped start the bor. She was a native De-
Nathan J.
8
Reisman
18
Sidney
A.
Deitch
I
first local Jewish radio pro-
troiter.
gram and was the founder of
DETROIT
Yeshivoth Beth
Surviving are her parents,
the local Bnai Brith lodge Mr. and Mrs. Hertzol Tigel
.
Yehudah
MONUMENT WORKS
and was its president for the of Detroit; and a brother, Dr.
15751 W. Lincoln Dr.
14441
W.
11
Mile
Rd.
last two years. He also was Phillip of Los Angeles.
Gardner, betw. Coolidge & Greenfield
Southfield
a member of the Jewish War
399-271 1. Eve. 626-0330
Phone 557-6750
Veterans.
Samuel Brown, 86
In 1965 he was graphic arts
Samuel Brown, an execu-
director for the Lyndon B.
tive officer with Sealy Mat-
Johnson inaugural program
and graphic arts consultant tress Co. for 55 years, died
May 27 at age 86.
for the 1965 inaugural book.
Born in Russia, Mr. Brown
was a member of Bereznitzer
Wise anger is like fire Aid Society and the Stoliner
from a flint; there is great Synagogue. He also was ac-
RMERLY KARL
in BERG MEMORIALS
ado to get it out; and when tive in philanthropic groups.
MANUEL URBACH & SON
it does come, it is out again
He leaves a-- son, Peter;
mIA • 13405 CAPITAL at COOLIDGE • OAK PK. • LI 4-2212
immediately.—Matthew Hen- seven grandchildren and 12
ry.
great-grandchildren.

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