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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, June 7, 1974

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Ted Lurie, Jermalem Post Editor

JERUSALEM (JTA) — Ted In 1955, he was named act-
Lurie, editor of the Jerusa- ing editor, replacing the
lem Post, died in Tokyo June paper's founder and editor
1 at age 64.
Gershon Agron, who was
I-Je had suffered a stroke elected mayor of Jerusalem.
May 24 while in Tokyo at- He became editor-in-chief on
tending the International Mr. Agron's death in 1959.
Mr. Lurie also served as
Press Association Conference
and remained in a coma Associated Press Jerusalem
until his death at the St. correspondent and as Israel
Lucas International Hospital news correspondent for the
Central News Agency, the
there.
Mr. Lurie, a pioneer of the News Chronicle of London
lraeli press, was born in and the Columbia Broad-
Iv York and graduated casting System.
In recent years, he broad-
Cornell University in
settled in Palestine cast Israeli news four times
that same year and joined a week on radio station
WEVD in New York.
(In October 1972, Mr. Lurie
addressed a Detroit Press
Club luncheon on behalf of
the Hebrew University.)
He was a former editor of
the Hebrew daily Zmanim,
a co-founder of the Israel
Journalists Association and
ITIM (Israel News Agency),
a member of the Israel Com-
mittee of the International
Press Institute, a former
president of the YMHA Asso_
ciation and chairman of the
Jerusalem branch of the
Israel-Japan Society.

TED LURIE

the staff of the English-lan-
guage daily Palestine Post
when it was founded in 1932.
During World War II, he
served as the paper's mili-
tary correspondent wit h
Allied forces in the Western
Desert and served in various
editorial capacities after
1948 when it was renamed
Jerusalem Post.

D. Anbender,
Attorney, 47

David Anbender, an attor-
ney who was a director and
corporate officer of Great
Scott Supermarkets, died
Monday at age 47.
Mr. Anbender, 5211 Mid-
dlebelt, Orchard Lake, had
offices with his late brother
Harry in the Guardian Build-
ing for 23 years. Following
his brother's death, Mr. An-
bender moved his offices to
Ferndale.
He was a member of the
American Arbitration Asso-
ciation, State Bar of Michi-
gan, Detroit Bar Association,
Oakland County Bar Associa-
tion, American Civil Liberties
Union and Tau Epsilon Rho
legal fraternity.
He was a member of the
Hebrew Benevolent Society
and a board member of the
Anti-Defamation League of
B
Brith. Mr. Anbender
as a trustee of the
itie
Cutters and Clerks
Health and Welfare Trust.
He was a native Detroiter,
Korean War Veteran and a
graduate of the Detroit Col-
lege of Law.
A special memorial scho-
larship fund in his name has
been set up at the Antioch
College of Law. (For infor-
mation, contact Michael
Berry, 2015 Cadillac Tower
Building.)
Survivors are his wife,
Irene; a daughter, Julie; a
brother, Sam; and three sis-
ters, Mrs. Sidney (Evelyn)
Wall, Mrs. Samuel (Jennie)
Dorfman and Mrs. Myron
(Ida) Aaron.

.Edith Blumberg,
Active Clubwoman

Edith B. Blumberg, an ac-
tive member of several worn-
en's and religious organiza-
tions, and an organizer of
the Sinai Hospital gift shop,
died May 30 at age 71.
Born in New York, Mrs.
Blumberg was a member of
Hadassah, Women's Ameri-
can ORT, National Council
of Jewish Women, Temple
Beth El and its sisterhood
and Cong. Shaarey Zedek.
'She was active in the Jew-
ish Welfare Federation and
the United Foundation. She
was a board member of the
Detroit Chapter for Emotion-
ally Disturbed Children and
an honorary board member
of the Tuberculosis and
Health Society. Mrs. Blum-
berg resided at 333 Coving-
ton.
She leaves her husband,
Louis C.; three sisters, Mrs.
Morris (Rebecca) Mohr, Mrs.
Joseph (Bessie) Klein of
California and Rose Brown
of Cumberland, Md.

Mrs. Ruth Lipsky,
NY Psychologist, 62

NEW YORK — Mrs. Ruth
Aronson Lipsky, a psycholo-
gist with the btrreau of child
guidance of the board of edu-
cation here for 14 years and
the wife of theatrical pub-
licity man, David Lipsky,
died June 1 at age 62.

Freedom of religion; free-
dom of the press; freedom of
person under the protection
of the habeas corpus; and
trial by juries impartically
selected, — these principles
from the bright constellation
which has gone before us,
and guided our steps through
an age of revolution and re-
formation. — Thomas Jeffer-
son.

F.

-

Marie Hyman 78
Local' Clubwoman

,

Marie Hyman, a member
of women's and philanthropic
organizations died June 1 at
age 78.
Born in Paris, Mrs. Hyman
was a member of Hadassah,
Zedakah C 1 u b, Women's
American ORT, the Sinai
Hospital Women's Guild and
was active in the guild's gift
shop. She also was president
of Marie Hyman Soldierettes
Service Group. Mrs. Hyman
resided at Borman Hall.
She leaves a son, Marvin;
a brother, Milton Maddin;
and two grandchildren.

BELLE ABELS, 22200
Stratford, Oak Park, died
May 30. She leaves her hus-
band, Jack; two daughters,
Mrs. Irving (Florence) Ashin
and Mrs. Bernard (Phyllis)
Ludwig; two brothers and
seven grandchildren,

* * *

daughters, Mary Jo and Mrs.
Bernard (Nancy) Kay.
* * *
REUBEN COHEN, 19501
Washburn, died June 2. Sur-
vived by his wife, Rose;
three brothers, Joseph of
Phoenix, Irving_ of Long
Beach, Calif., and I. Good-
man.

JOE STOLER, 1319 Char-
rington, Birmingham, died
June 2. He leaves three sons,
Dr. William, Dr. Harry of
Hollywood, Fla. and Sam;
one brother, one sister, eight
grandchildren and three
great-grandchildren.
* * *

HAROLD P. CHAPMAN,
IDA ZIMMERMAN, 11702
* * *
290 S. Tilden, Pontiac, died
SOPHIE GOTTLIEB, 20444 Broadstreet, died. May 31.
June 3. He leaves his wife,
Survived by two sons, David
Charlotte; a son, David; two Woodbine, died June 5. She and Sheldon; one brother,
leaves four sons, Robert,
sisters and two grand-
Norman, Harold and David two
Harold Adler, 47
children.
NY
Ratner's
Dairy
of Houston; one brother, one
Harold Adler, a native De-
sister and 14 grandchildren.
troiter who was a salesman Restaurant Owner,
* * *
for Acorn Building Products, Abraham Harmatz
ERNESTINE
HOFFMAN,
died May 30 at age 47.
Mr. Adler, 14400 Pearson, * NEW YORK — A day after former Detroiter of Phila-
Oak Park, was a World War the permanent closing of the delphia, died May 30. She
II army veteran. He belonged landmark Ratner's Dairy leaves her husband, Samuel;
to Temple Israel and Zeiger- Restaurant, 111 Second, death and one brother. Interment
During the

Oakwood Lodge of Bnai came to its owner, Abraham Detroit.
coming week
*
*
Harmatz, 65.
Brith.
Yeshivoth Beth
OSCAR KAMINKER of
Survivors are his wife,
Due to illness, Mr. Har-
Yehudah will
Myra; two sons, Mark and matz had withdrawn from New York died May 31. Sur-
observe the
vived
by
two
brothers
and
Cary; two daughters, Robin the day-to-day management
Yahrzeits of the
and Wendy; his mother, Lea of the restaurant, which he two sisters, including Mrs.
following
d e-
Adler; and two brothers, had engaged in for 45 years. Jack (Edith) Rosberg, for-
parted friends,
For more than 50 years, Rat- merly of Detroit. Interment
Max and Sol.
with the tradi-
ner's of Second Avenue had New Jersey. * * *
tional Memor-
served its dairy delights to
ial Prayers, re-
IRVING LEVINE, 29201
audiences of the Yiddish
citation of
Lancaster, Southfield, died
theaters along Second.
Kaddish and
May
31.
He
leaves
his
wife,
Studying of
Another Ratner's, at 138
Mishnayos.
Delancey St., is not connected Harriet; , a son, Stuart of
with the Lower East Side Memphis; a daughter, Paula;
Sivan June
two brothers and two sisters.
JERUSALEM (ZINS) — Ratner's, but they have the
19
9
Isaac Brandt
* * *
19
9
Aaron Levine
Benjamin Neuberger, profes- same ancestors and have
SAM
D.
MAGID,
14601
Bal-
19
9
Joseph Miller
sor of political science at been run by different four, Oak Park, died June 1;
19
9
Sol Sklar
19
9
Helen Taymor
Tel Aviv University, declared branches of the same family. He leaves his wife, Frances;
Hedwig R.
in Ha'aretz, that the belief
The original Ratner's two sons, Larry and Michael;
Carlebach
20 10
Abraham Dubin 20 10
that Jewish settlements on opened in 1905 on Pitt St. as and one sister.
Ida Goldman 20 10
the Golan Heights give Is- the venture of two brothers,
• * *
Morris Jacobson 20 10
rael a military edge is noth Jacob and Harry L. Har-
Jennie Maxman 20 10
ISADORE OLSHANSKY,
21 11
Louis Aronoff
ing more than an illusion. matz, and a brother-in-law, 19311 Evergreen, died June
21 11
William Cohen
The Yom Kippur War has Alex Ratner, whose name 3. Survived by his wife, Ida;
21 11
Norman Egren
11
21
Louis Gelfund
demonstrated, writes Prof. was given to the enterprise. a son, Donald of Rumson,
21 11
Rebecca Glazer
Neuberger, that these settle- Ratner left the business just N.J.; a daughter, Miriam;
Brocha R.
21 11
Greenberg
ments on the Golan Heights before World War I.
one brother, three sisters and
David Greenberg 21 11
not only failed to facilitate
Harold Harmatz, co-owner three grandchildren.
Isaac Rosenthal 21 11
the defense of the area but of the Delancey St. Ratner's,
Moses
* * *
21 11
Weingarden
were actually an impediment is the son of Jacob; Abraham
22 12
JEROME A. SHALIT, for-
Ida Cohen
because the Israeli army was was the so,n of Harry.
Jacob Holland
22 12
mer Detroiter of Amherst,
Albert Pritz
22 12
preoccupied with evacuating
The brothers went their N.Y., died June 4. Survived
Jacob B.
women and children.
22 12
Shlain
separate ways as the busi- by his wife, Charlotte; a son,
Israel
He also rejected the argu- ness expanded. Jacob opened Barry; a daughter, Mrs. Jos-
Stillerman
22 12
ment that settlement of . the the Delancey St. operation in eph (Judith) Bruell of De-
Bertha Cossman 23 13
Isadore
Golan Heights will establish 1918, and Harry came to troit; one brother and five
Glattstein
23
13
Israel's claim to the territory Second Ave. before 1920.
Joseph
grandchildren.
and its inclusion within the
Rosenberg
23
13
Abraham Harmatz was ac-
Morris Stoller
23
13
final boundaries of the Jew- tive in several Jewish phi-
23 13
Eric Weiss
ish state.
Mollie
Klegon
24
14
MONUMENT
CENTER,
INC.
lanthropies, and was City of
Dora Krause
24 14,
According to Neuberger Hope man of the year in the
661 E. II MILE, FERNDALE
Jacob Surowitz 24 14
Israel's boundaries have been m id-' 60s.
Ph Blocks E. of Woodward
Charles Usher 24 14
Henry Weinbaum 24 14
determined by battles and
6 Blks from 3 Jewish
Isadore Diamond 25 15
Cemeteries on Woodward
not by settlements. "We have
Sarah
not withdrawn," Neuberger Ronald Cohen, 34
Feigelman
25 15
LI 2-8266
JO 41-5557,
Doris
Ronald Cohen, vice presi-
wrote, "from the western
Greenstein
25 15
part of the Galilee or the dent of the Sanitas Service
liko Liebman
25 15
Edith
Poss
25
15
'triangle', despite the fact _Corp. sanitation firm, died-
Sidney A. Deitch
that they lack Jewish settle- Tuesday, a day before he was
Yeshivoth Beth
DETROIT
ments. -
to appear as a witness before
Yehudah
The Golan Heights are im- a grand jury investigation
MONUMENT WORKS
15751 W. Lincoln Dr.
portant from a military into the business affairs of
14441 W. 11 Mile Rd.
Southfield
standpoint because they over- Harvey Leach, slain board Gardner, betw. Coolidge & Greenfield
Phone 557-6750
399-271
1. Eve. 626-0330
chairman
of
Joshua
Doore
look Jewish villages in the
valley below which were tar- furniture company. Mr.
gets for Syrian artillery. On Cohen's death apparently was
the other hand, there doesn't a suicide.
seem to be any justification
Mr. Cohen, 34, was a na-
for the establishment of tive Detroiter. He was a
Jewish settlements on the member of Cong. Shaarey
heights, which can only be- Zedek and City of Hope.
inlatuffriletlIV
come targets for Syrian at-
Survivors are his • wife,
tacks, Prof. Neuberger wrote. Esther; three sons, Jeffrey,
FORMERLY KARL BERG MEMORIALS
Michael and Rodney; his par-
MANUEL URBACH & SON
Michigan was the first state ents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis
340
IM*11
4-2212
to establish roadside picnic Cohen; and two sisters, Bar-
tables. bara and Sharon.

WE REMEMBER

71- 1:1742 rIti2

Value of Golan
Settlements
Is Disputed

BERG a, URBACH

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