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January 31, 1975 - Image 47

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-01-31

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Windsor Leader Jerry Glanz

Windsor's Jewish commu-
nity is paying tribute to the
scholarship and leadership of
Jerry Glanz, who died Jan.
15 at age 90• He was a leader
in Zionist and community
affairs for 60 years.
In 1914 he went to Windsor
from the United States and

His efforts pioneered the
Chesed Shel Emes, the pur-
chase of Shaarey Zedek cem-
etery and a central relief
group which later became a
branch of the Joint Distribu-
tion Committee.
Mr. Glanz was one of the
founders of IHAS in Canada,
and Bnai Brith in Windsor.
In the 1930s he was asked
by government officials to re-
organize Windsor's Welfare
Department and the Chil-
dren's Aid Society. Until his
retirement in 1954 he was
president of the Windsor
Home Furniture Company
Ltd. His wife Dora died in
1953.
He served 19 years as
president of Cong. Shaer
Hashomayim, and was active
in Odd Fellows, Moo se
Lodge, Masonic Lodge, Sa-
Ana,
maritans and Rebeccas.
JERRY GLANZ
Mr. Glanz is survived by
formed the Zionist g r o up three sons, Alex and Samuel
Agudas Bnai Zion which of Detroit, and David of
erected the Talmud Torah Windsor, nine grandsons and
one great-grandson.
Building.

Hyman Parker, Director of State
Employment Relations Board

Hyman Parker. an attorney
and director of the Michigan
Employment Relations Com-
sion (the former Michigan
State Labor M edia t i on
Board), died Jan. 27 at age 61.
Born in New York, Mr.
Parker, lived 50 years in De-
troit. A graduate of Wayne
State University's law school
in 1937, Mr. Parker pub-
lished articles in many of
the law journals. He was a
member of the Michigan,
American and Federal Bar
associations.
Mr. Parker was employed
by the state for the past 24
years, 18 of which have been
spent with the commission.
He also was regional attor-
ney for the War Labor Board
and the Wage Stabilization
Board.
He has been a labor arbi-
trator, had a private practice
of labor law and has lectured
on labor law at Michigan

Dr. B. D. Welling,
Longtime Dentist

Dr. Benjamin D. Welling,
a practicing dentist in De-
troit for more than 50 years,
died Jan. 24 at age 88.
Born in East Jordan, Mich..
Dr. Welling was graduated
from the University of Michi-
gan in 1914. He was honored
in 1964 with four other den-
tists at the Statler-Hilton
Hotel by the Detroit District
Dental Society for 250 years
of combined dental practice.
He was an active member
of many of the local dra-
t groups including WWI
• Temple Beth El Play-
ers and the Ridgedale Play-
ers• He was a member of
Temple Beth El, Temple Is-
rael in Miami, the Great
Lake Club, and a life mem-
ber and board member of
the Jewish Home for the
Aged. Dr. Welling was a
personal aide to Gen. Gor-
gas, builder of the Panama
Canal.
A former Detroiter, Dr.
Welling resided in Miami at
the time of his death.
He leaves his wife, Helen
B.; a son, Robert W.; a
daughter, Mrs. Robert (Ruth)
Westheimer of Cincinnati;
and,fiye grandchildren..



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universities. In addition to
his work with the commis-
sion, he was adjunct profes-
sor in the business adminis-
tration school at the -Univer-
sity of Michigan's Dearborn
campus. A Hyman Parker
Memorial Library Fund has
been established there.
In 1967 he conducted his
own program on Channel 4,
"The Arbitrator." He co-
authored a pamphlet for the
school of labor and indus-
trial relations at Michigan
State University in coopera-
tion with the Michigan State
Board of Education. He re-
sided at 5185 Cold Spring
Ln., West Bloomfield.
Mr. Parker was affiliated
with the Sholem Aleichem
Institute and the Jewish Par-
ents Institute.
He was a member of the
Sherlock Holmes Baker Street
Irregulars.
He leaves his -wife, Ann:
two sons, Dr. Philip of Howell
and Steven of Ann Arbor;
two brothers; Dr. Ben R.
Parker and Dr. Max Parker.

Israelis Must Take
Austerity Seriously,
U.S. Attache Says

OBITUARIES

ROSE SILLS, 10421 Sara- man; a brother, Sam; two
grandchildren, 25 g re a t -
toga,
Oak Park, died Jan. 24• sisters, Mrs. Joseph (Sarah)
grandchildren and thr e e
She leaves her husband, Sam; Ditkoff and Mrs. Barrish
great-great-grandchildren.
two sons, Donald M. and Paul (Hannah) Silber; 11 grand-
* * *
c h i l d r en and two great-
HELEN FLAM, 29878 Mar- of Davison; a daughter, Mrs. grandchildren.
Charles
(Barbara)
Danto
of
* * *
shall, Southfield, died Jan.
25. Survived by three sons, Jacksonville, Fla. ; t h r e e
MOLLY
ZELICKMAN,
8115
Shlomo of Israel, Jacob and brothers, Michael Hershoren, Elm, Taylor, died Jan. 23.
Bernard
Hershoren
of
Grand
Gerson; a daughter, Mrs.
Survived by her husband,
Abraham ( Lea ) Weber m an ; Lodge and Morris Hershoren; Benjamin; two sons, Ed-
two
sisters,
Mrs.
Ben
(Mat-
a brother, Joseph Diugo-
mund and Samuel; a daugh-
noga of Argentina; eight tie) Jacobs and Mrs. Carl ter, Mrs. Moon (Deborah)
(Clara)
Gersten;
and
10
grandchildren, and f our
Joh; a brother, Louis Won-
gandchildren.
great-grandchildren.
boy; and three grandchildren.
* * *
* * *
BESSIE SIMON, 29361 Lee-
LIBA GOLDBERG, 25300
moor,
Southfield, died Jan.
Lahser, Southfield, died Jan.
25. Survived by a son, Aaron; 27. She leaves a son, Manuel;
a daughter, Mrs. Saul (Tillie) a daughter, Mrs. Samuel
Lief er ; six grandchildren (Laura) Milan; a brother,
and seven great-grandchil- Julius Karden; three grand-
During the
children and three great-
coming week
dren.
grandchildren.
* * *
Yeshivoth Beth
* * *
Yehudoh 'will
MASHA. KUSHNER, 13321
NATHAN STRAGER, 25549
observe the
N. Norfolk, died Jan. 23. Sur-
vived by a son, Irving, and Greenfield, Southfield, died
Yahrzeits of the
Jan. 23. He leaves his wife,
following d e-
three grandchildren.
• * *
parted friends,
Eleanor; a son, Jerome; a
with the tradi-
ESTHER LEMBERG, for- brother, Morris of Margate,
tional Memor-
mer Detroiter of Miami, died Fla. ; three sisters, Mrs. Jo-
ial •Prayers, re-
Jan. 25. She leaves a son, seph (Betty) Steinberger of
citation of
Leonard; and two grandchil- Margate, Mrs. Abe (Lena)
Kaddish and
Sinai and Mrs. Morris (Ethel)
dren. Interment Detroit.
Studying of
Freed; and one grand-
* * «
Mishnoyes.
STEVE DARBY LEVINE, daughter. * * *
114 W. Adams, died Jan. 25.
SHEVAT FEB.
NELSON DAVID SUTHER-
No known survivors.
21
Harry Jacobson
LAND,
21421
Westhampton,
21
* * *
Reizel Kertes
Oak Park, died Jan. 28. Sur-
21
Bessie Propas
FRANCES RAFELSON of vived by his wife, Sadelle;
21
Pauline Ratner
21
Abraham Shear
Ann Arbor died Jan. 26. She a son, Dr. Kenneth; two
Ernest Weinberg 21
leaves a sister, Mrs. Herman daughters, Mrs. Hyman (Lil-
Irving Weissman 21
Samuel Yagoda 21
C. (Julia) Arold of Ann lian) Ainbinder of Long
Abraham. Balker
Arbor; one grandson, one Beach, Calif., and Phyllis
Paula Cohn
Bernard Elson
great-grandson and nieces Garber; a brother, Sam
22
Rachel Glazer
and nephews.
22
Benjamin Miller
Sills; a sister, Mrs. Irving
Israeli UN Mission
22
* * *
Meyer
Robiner
(Lillian) Adler; seven grand-
22
Leib Rosenberg
GEORGE M. ROBERTS, children and one great-grand-
Shift Is Expected
22
Bess** Schechter
Bernard Schwartz 22
1234 Covington, Birmingham, child. Services 11 a.m. today
22
UNITED NATIONS (JTA)
Robert H. Singer
22
Albert Stein
— A major shift in the com- died Jan. 23. He leaves a at Hebrew-Memorial Chapel.
Samuel
H.
Wainger
22
*
*
*
position of the Israeli Mis- son, Donald; a daughter,
Morris Weiner 22
MORRIS TAROCKOFF,
Chana R.
sion to the United Nations is Mrs. Harold (Selma) Abra-
23
Applebaum
about to take place, accord- hamson of Evanston, Ill.; a 22201 Hessel, died Jan. 27.
23
Samuel Carmen
sister;
Mrs.
Doris
Chares
He leaves his wife, Hannah;
23
Sol Capin
ing to sources.
23
Harry Jacobson
four sons, William, Leonard
Apart from Ambassador of Minneapolis, Minn. ; six
Lawrence N. Keller 23
of of Montclair, Calif., Melvin,
sister,
Mrs.
Dora
Chares
Annette M. Kunick 13
Yosef Tekoah's pending de-
Nettie K. Schechter 23
parture in the spring, to as- grandchildren and two great- and Norman; a daughter,
Fanny A. Smith 23
Mrs. Eugene (Bernice) Wald-
Devorah Goldfarb 24
sume his new post as head of grandchildren.
*
* *
Jennie Mandelbaum 24
the Ben Gurion University in
Pearl Rottenberg 24
MAX
SALTZMAN,
24110
Bersheba, four other top mem-
Jack Webber 24
Deitc
ney
Si

Joseph
Benjamin 2.5
bers of the Israeli Mission Marlow Ct., Oak Park, died
25
Morris Bernstein
will end their service and be Jan. 25. Survived by his' wife,
25
Rachel
Dann
DETROIT
Chaim J. Diamond 25
replaced by new appointees. Helen; two sons, Arnold and
2S
Sarah Goldman
MONUMENT WORKS.
25
The four are Ambassador Harold; two brothers, Louis
Henry Goodman
14441
W.
11
Mile
Rd.
25
Minnie Korman
Jacob Barmore; Counsellor of Chicago, and Sam of Los Gardner, betw. Coolidge & Greenfield'
25
Julia Lebovics
Israel Eliashiv; and Yaakov Angeles ; and two grand-
25
Mendel Simon
399-2711: Eve. 626-0330
Rose
Lapinsky
25
children.
Morris, p re s s attache and
Hyman Waterstone 25
*
*
*
spokesman for the mission.
25
Jennie Zack
Nathan Bakalar
26
JOSEPH L. SCHECHTER,
The five have each served
Harry Cohen
26
MONUMENT CENTER, INC.
Wolf Cohen
26
a number of years with the 1121 Kay Parkway, Ann Ar-
24
Golde Cooper
661 E. •'MILE, FERNDALE
mission and lea v e on the bor, died Jan. 28. He leaves
26
Sam Evans
Blocks
E.
of
Woodward
1V2
basis of rotation. They will his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
26
Tillie Feldman
6 Blks from 3 -Jewish
Esther Gli:ksman 26
reportedly be reassigned to Philip (Jean) Schechter; and
Cemeteries on Woodward
Selma Levine 26
a
sister,
Mrs.
Allen
M.
(Bar-
new posts with the Israeli
Theodore Lipman 26
JO 4-5554
LI 24266
bara) Cohen of Southfield.
Isaac Rabinowitz 26
Foreign Office.

MARY BARNA died Jan.
27- She leaves two daughters,
Mrs. Herman (Magda) Fox
and Mrs. Seymour (Lily)
Polk of Los Gatos, Calif.;
seven grandchildren and one
great-granddaughter.
* * *
LEON BRENHOLC, 23480
Scotia, Oak Park, died Jan.
22. He leaves his wife, Guta;
a son, Jerry of Mountain
View, Calif.; 'a daughter, Dr.
Pauline Pollak of Rye, N.Y.;
and one grandson. Interment
New York.
*
*
ANNA H. CAPLAN, 17141
Maryland, Southfield, died
Jan. 28. She leaves a daugh-
ter, Mrs. George (Roon)
Loria; f our grandchildren
and one great-grandchild.
* * *
MARY COHEN, 20517 Old-
ham, Southfield, died Jan.
24. She leaves her husband,
Henry; a son, Marshall; 'a
daughter, Mrs. Morton (Har_
riet) Weisman; a brother,
Harold Metier; a sister, Mrs.
Sam (Estelle) Schiff; and
five grandchildren.
* * «
MORRIS DORFMAN, 20085
Votrobeck Dr., died Jan. 26.
Survived by his wife, Goldie;
three sons, Harry, Louis and
Isadore of Cape Coral, Fla.;
three daughters, Mrs. Thane
(Ida) Hall, Mrs. Edmund
(Ann) Douglas and Mrs.
David (Betty) Mengyan; 17

WE REMEMBER

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TEL AVIV (ZINS)—William
Dozier, commercial attache
at the American Embassy
here, .was quoted by Ha'aretz THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS Friday, January 31, 1975 - 47
as saying that "the Israelis
aren't doing enough to help
themselves and they must
tighten their belts even
The Family of the Late
more." This comment fol-
lowed Israel's request for
economic* aid from the U.S.
JACK ROSENBLOOM
by Israeli Finance Minister,
Yehoshua Rabinowitz.
Acknowledges with grateful appreciation the many
U.S. Ambassador to Israel,
Kenneth Keating, reportedly
kind expressions of sympathy extended by relatives
said that he is dubious wheth-
and friends during the family's recent bereavement.
er Washington will be able to
fulfill Israel's requests, citing
the economic crisis in Amer-
ica.

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