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August 22, 1975 - Image 25

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-08-22

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Friday, August 22, 1975 25


A. Sandelman, 74, Retired Salesman

Abraham Sandelman, a
retired children's wear
salesman, died Aug. 17 at
age 74.
-Born in Saginaw, Mr.

Sandelman lived 58 years in
Detroit. He was a founder of
the Women's Apparel Club
of Michigan. He was a mem-
ber of Perfection Lodge of
the Masons and Cong.
Blanche Ittleson,
Shaarey Zedek, from which
he was recently awarded an
Pioneer in Field
honorary life membership.
of Mental Health
He resided at 15201 James,
Oak Park.
NEW YORK — Blanche
He leaves his wife, Ethel;
Frank Ittleson, a pioneer in a son, Stuart of San Jose,
the field of mental health Calif.; a daughter, Mrs. Wil-
care, died Aug. 16 at age 99. liam (Marcy) Rubinoff; a
She was a director and an sister, Mrs. Jonas P. (Lil-
officer of the National Asso- lian) Krouse; and six grand-
ciation for Mental Health children.
and an honorary president
of the United States Com-
Ira Stone, 67
mittee for the World Feder-
ation for Mental Health.
Ira Stone, a letter carrier
She instituted many pro- for the city of Detroit for 38
grams designed to service years and a sales manager
mentally ill patients and for a real estate firm, died
was awarded by various Aug. 14 at age 67.
groups for her efforts. In
Born in Detroit, Mr.
1953 she was awarded the Stone was retired 10 years
first Herbert H. Lehman ago from his job as a letter
Human Relations Award carrier. He was the sales
"for exemplary service on manager of H.E. Malon
behalf of man's understand- Real Estate for seven years,
ing of his fellow man."
and had been associated
with the real estate field for
15 years.
Morris Tonkin, 78
He was the executive sec-
Morris Tonkin, co-owner retary of Branch One of the
of the Hamilton Fish Co. in National Association of Let-
Detroit, died Aug. 18 at age ter Carriers. He resided at
31637 Fairfax, Livonia.
Born in Russia, Mr. Ton-
He leaves his wife, Rose;
lin lived 55 years in Detroit. two sons, Lawrence R. and
He retired five years ago. Morton G. of Penfield, N.Y.;
He was a member of Pisgah two daughters, Mrs. Shel-
Lodge of Bnai Brith, Cong. don (Sharon) Dworkin and
Bnai David and Montefiore Mrs. Michael (Carol) Ud-
Lodge, Free Sons of Israel.
man; and seven grandchil-
He leaves his wife, Jean; dren.
two sons, Wallace and Dr.
Donald R. of Hollywood,
Fla.; two sisters; Mrs. Fred
'Tis not your Knowledge
(Rose) Gayer and Mrs. Carl
(May) Lasky of San Diego, God desires; it is your heart
Calif.; seven grandchildren that He requires.
—The Talmud
and one great-grandson.


Blind Israelis
Display Skills

Two blind judo students
recently demonstrated
their skills during a con-
ference on the Jewish
blind in Jerusalem.

L. Weingarden, 54

Leonard Weingarden, a
furniture manufacturer's
representative, died Aug. 16
at age 54.
A native Detroiter, Mr.
Weingarden was a member
of the Furniture Club of De-
troit, Furniture Travelers
Club and the Jewish War
Veterans. He resided at
17050 Hilton, Southfield.
He leaves his wife, Au-
drey; a son, Ronald of Bol-
ingbrook, Ill.; two daugh-
ters, Mrs. Jack (Marsha)
Rosenberg and Iris; a
brother, Max; a sister, Mrs.
Harry (Lillian) Antman;
and two granddaughters.


Rendezvous With Ford

"The President" (Knopf)
is a most illuminating book.
An expert, John Hersey,
compiled the minute-by-
minute record of President
Ford's activities. It thus in-
troduces the Chief Execu-
tive in action and provides
an account of the people
upon whom he leans and
those he consults in carry-
ing on his serious duties.
Thus portrayed is the
White House personnel, the
men around the President,
the country's experts on af-
fairs affecting the state of
the nation.
Here one meets Secre-
tary of State Henry A. Kis-
singer as the man primar-
ily responsible to the
President on foreign poli-
cies and the President's
dependence upon him for
these tasks.

Milton A. Friedman, for-
mer Jewish News-Jewish
Telegraphic Agency corre-
spondent in Washington
and at the White House, is
the deputy editor of edito-
rial tasks at the White
House listed in the cast of
White House characters.

Laws of Moses

The laws of Greek legisla-
tors are continually subject
to change; the laws of Moses
alone remain steady, un-
moved, unshaken, stamped
as it were with the seal of
nature herself, from the day
when they were written to
the present day, and will so
remain for all time as long
as the world endures. Not
only the Jews but all other
people who care for righ-
teousness adopt them. Let
all men follow this code and
the age of universal peace
will come about, the king-
dom of God on earth will be
established. —Philo


Orchestra and Entertainment


Edith Cohen, 56

Edith Cohen, a corporate
officer and manager of
Eden Personnel, a personnel
placement office, died Aug.
15 at age 56.
Born ill New York, Mrs.
Cohen leaves her husband,
Alvin; a son, Lawrence; a
daughter, Arlene; two
brothers, Manuel Karp of
Los Angeles, Calif., and
Ronald Karp; a sister, Mrs.
Murray (Florence) Weiss;
and two grandchildren.



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tim whose settlers emigrated from that area. Mr. Sapir had urged Jewish Agency
representatives to bring over the Torah scrolls from Cochin and refused to take a
lighter scroll for the ceremony dedicating the moshav's new synagogue. Mr. Sapir
began to feel ill inside the synagogue and went out to get some fresh air. He sat down
on a chair and then collapsed.

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