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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Sandberg, Directed
Arthur Sandberg,
Public Lighting Commission

Arthur Sandberg, the
head electrical engineer of
the Detroit Public Lighting
Commission, died June 12 at
age 53.
Born in Poland, Mr. Sand-
berg was graduated from
the University of Michigan
in 1948 with a degree in elec-
trical engineering. He was a
past president of the Society
of Municipal Engineers and
a board member of the Mi-
chigan Municipal Electrical
Engineering Association.
He also was a member of
the Institute of Electrical
and Electronics Engineers,
Inc. –
He taught electrical engi-
neering at Cass Tech, Wil-
bur Wright High School
Lawrence Institute of
`yiology. He supervised
t.....Aighting for the Ameri-
can-Canadian Freedom Fes-
tival

In Loving
Memory Of

ISRAEL KORN

Who left our midst
May 17, 1974. His
shining image ne'er
shall part, Though
death did still his no-
ble heart. Sadly
missed by his wife,
Rachel; his children,
grandchildren and
great-grandchildren.

In Memory of

ALEX STERN

Who passed away,
June 17, 1975. Sadly
missed by your chil-
dren, grandchildren
and great-grandson.

In Loving Memory of
"Our Dearest
Mother"

FRANCES
(Fanny) ROTH
June 21, 1962

Tis 14 years, at sum-
mer's start,
Since you were called
away.
We think of you with
loving thoughts,
Each, in our own
special way.
ou travel with us
life's path,
d
Your wisdom guides
our hand.
Ever so dear; far yet
so near,
The kindest person in
all the land.
414Deeply loved and
missed by her chil-
dren: Robert Roth,
Helene Wiener (Abe),
Shirley Greengood
Geraldine
(Ben),
Miller
(Jerry)
(Jack), and Joan
Adler (Bernard), and
her Grandchildren.

Bernard Seyburn

Dr. Bernard N. Seyburn,
a dentist for more than 40
years, died June 14 at age
A World War II veteran 70.
who was awarded a Silver
Born in Russia, Dr. Sey-
Star, and an active parti- - burn came to Detroit at age
cipant in army intelligence 7. He was a member of the
who spoke seven lan- Detroit District Dental As-
guages, Mr. Sandberg was sociation and Detroit Lodge
a co-founder and charter of Bnai Brith. He was grad-
member of Cong. Beth uated from the City College
Moses and vice president of Detroit (now Wayne
of its men's club. He was State University) and the
vice president of Tikvah University of Michigan
Lodge of Bnai Brith, its School of Dentistry. He was
blood bank chairman and a veteran of World War II.
corresponding secretary.
He resided at 14821 Lincoln,
He is survived by his wife, Oak Park.
Marion; three sons, Philip J.
Dr. Seyburn is survived
of Okemos; Jay H. and Mi-
chael S.; two brothers, Dr. by his wife, Alyce; two
Avery of Tonawanda, N.Y., daughters, Mrs. Wesley
(Arlene) Greeii and Mrs.
and Dr. Hershel.
Gary (Beverly) Madvin of
Woodland Hills, Calif.; a
Donald Hurwitz,
brother, Ansel Shiffman;
two sisters, Mrs. Sarah
Led Philly Jews
Feldman and Mrs. Harold
PHILADELPHIA (JTA) (Goldie) Solle; and 11 grand-
— Donald B. Hurwitz, exec- children.
utive director of the Federa-
tion of Jewish Agencies of
Greater Philadelphia for
more than 20 years, died
June 5 at age 65. He was to
haye retired from his post at
LOS ANGELES — Movie
the end of the year.
magnate Adolph Zukor,
Mr. Hurwitz was born in who gave America its first
Tiffin, Ohio, and was a feature-length films and
graduate of Western Re- built the Paramount Pic-
serve University and its tures empire, died last week
school of applied social at age 103.
sciences. He was on the fac-
Zukor, a Hungarian im-
ulty of the McGill Univer- migrant, brought the first
sity School of Social Work feature-length film to
in Montreal.
America in 1912. The film,
He came to Philadelphia "Queen Elizabeth," a four-
in 1955 to provide profes- reel movie starring Sarah
sional leadership for the Bernhardt, was produced in
merger of the two largest Paris.
He formed Famous Play-
Jewish community organi-
zations — the former Fed- ers Film Co: and Produced
eration of Jewish Chari- "The Prisoner of Zenda,"
ties and the Allied Jewish the first American-made
Appeal. He was numed feature film. Famous Play-
executive director of the ers merged with several
other companies -- from
combined agencies.
which evolved Paramount
During more than 43 Pictures Corp.
years-in the social service
field, Mr. Hurwitz held top
administrative -posts in
Montreal, Houston, Texas, Maurice Smargon
and New Haven, Conn. Dur-
Maurice A. Smargon,
ing World War II he served founder of the Smargon
with the Joint Distribution Department Store in River
Committee in Europe and Rouge in 1916, died June 10
North Africa where he ad- at age 88.
ministered programs of res-
Born in New. York, Mr.
cue and relief of Jews.
Smargon retired in 1958. He
was a charter member and
In Loving
the first secretary-treasurer
Memory of Our
of River Rouge Lodge of the
Dear Mother and
Masons, a 65-year member
Grandmother
of the River Rouge Masonic
Temple Association and a
LIBBY
life member of the Sover-
ROSENBERG
eign Consistory Knights
Who passed away 17
Templar. He also was a
years ago, June 16,
member of Cong. Shaarey
1959, 11 days in Sivan.
Zedek, the Zionist Organiza-
Her beloved memory
tion of America and Bnai
will always be our in-
Brith.
spiration. Sadly
He leaves two daughters,
missed and always
Mrs.
Arnold (June) Rosman
remembered by her
and Mrs. Edwin (Davee)
children. Rose and
Kooperman of Highland
Mitchell Kent; Max
Park, Ill.; a brother, Samuel
and Ann Rosenberg;
of Chicago, Ill.; a sister,
and Esther and David
Mrs. Sara Gurevitz of Chi-
Goldstein; and grand-
cago; and four grandchil-
children.
dren.

Adolph Zukor,
Movie Mogul

OBITUARIES

ANNA J. HARDSTEIN,
23496 Geoffrey Ct., Oak
Park, died June 12. Survived
by her husband, Aaron; a
daughter, Mrs. Larry (Belle)
Brenner; three brothers,
Isaac Zuckerman, Ben Zuck-
erman of Miami and Jack
Zuckerman; three sisters,
Mrs. Max (Esther) Miller of
New York, Mrs. Louis
(Anna) Zack and Mrs. Louis
(Rose) Grand of Palm
Springs, Calif.; and two
grandchildren.

LOUIS BASSIN died
June 10. He leaves his wife,
Sophie; a son, Nathan of N.
Miami Beach, Fla.; a daugh-
ter, Mrs. Philip (Rose) Ste-
vens; 11 grandchildren and
eight great-grandchildren.
* * *
EVA DWORIN- died
June 15. She leaves her hus-
band, Samuel; three sons,
Phillip of Seminole, Fla.,
Arnold of Lake Orion and
Jack; two daughters, Mrs.
Fred (Betty) Preseau of
Cheboygan and Mrs.
Charles (Marie) Lowe of
Seminole, Fla.; two sisters,
Mrs. Isadore (Dora) Phillips
and Mrs. Dave (Lena) Kahn;
16 grandchildren and four
great-grandchildren.
* * *
LEO GINSBERG, 24671
Coolidge, Oak Park, died
June 13. Survived by a
brother, Yale Ginsburg; five
sisters, Mrs. Mary
Schwartz, Janet Ginsburg,
Mrs. Sylvia Rimar, Mrs.
Harry (Sara) Hochman,
Mrs. Sam (Nettie) Sher of
Los Angeles, Calif.; and
four grandchildren.
* *
ABRAHAM * GLAD-
STONE, 13725 Dexter, died
June 11. Survived by a son,
Alexander; and two grand-
children.

*

* *

BESSIE MELLIN, 19100
W. Seven Mile, died June 12.
Survived by nephews and
nieces.
* * *
JENNIE ROSEN, 20130
Votrobeck Ct., died June 11.
Survived by her husband,
Aaron; two daughters, Mrs.
Sam (Sunny) Cooperstock of
E. Rockaway, ,N.Y., and
Mrs. Mack (Dorothy) Pitt; a
brother, SolorAn Szuster of
Argentina; and four grand-
children.

Charles Sussman

Charles Sussman, a
wholesale grocery supervi-
sor for more than 30 years,
died June 16 at age 67.
A native Detroiter, he was
employed by Abner A. Wolf,
.Inc. for almost 25 years and
for Great Scott for eight
years prior to his retire-
ment. He was a member of
the Livonia Jewish Congre-
gation and Brandeis Lodge
of Bnai Brith.
He leaves his wife, An-
nette; a son, Martin; a
daughter, Mrs. Edward
(Roberta) Krajca; three sis-
ters, Mrs. Norman (Betty)
Ginsburg, Mrs. William
(Anne) Pessin of Los An-
geles_and Mrs. Saul (Ida)
Million; and four grandchil-
dren.

* *

GLADYS HYMAN, 1935
Chene, died June 11. Sur-
vived by her husband, Sam;
two sons, Lawrence and
Norman; a daughter, Mrs.
Robert (Shirley) Roy; a
brother, Dr. Jack Lawton; a
sister, Mrs. Charles (Edith)
Heiman; and five grandchil-
dren.

*

Israel Combats
Tax Evaders

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Former Minister of Agricul-
ture Haim Gvati, a kibutz
movement leader of the La-
bor Party's Mapai wing, has
been named chairman of a
new public council estab-
lished by the Cabinet to ad-
vise the government on ef-
fective means of cracking
down on tax evaders and`
more efficient tax collection
methods.
Finance Minister Ye-
hoshua Rabinowitz said he
would announce other mea-
sures he planned to combat
tax dodgers and "black
money." The _so-called
"black money" is untaxed
income which experts esti-
mate to be in the billions of
pounds .

18325 W. 9 MILE RD., SOUTHFIELD

LOUIS SHATZMAN,
13216 S. Norfolk, died June
13. Survived by his wife,
Anna; two sons, Abe and
Dr. Harry; a daughter, Mrs.
Norman (Rose) Sobel; a
brother, Hyman Grus of St.
Louis; and nine grandchil-
dren.

* * *

PAULINE WEITZ-
MAN, former Detroiter of
Canoga Park, Calif., died
June 2. Survived by her hus-
band, Lawrence; a daugh-
ter, Mrs. Ernest (Shirley)
Veis of California; a
brother, Sol Kash of South-
field; a sister, Mrs. Maurice
(Lillian) Lederman of
Southfield; and four grand-
children. Interment Califor-
nia.

* *

MYRON RAY WITUS,
10754 Vernon Rd., Hunting-
ton Woods, died June 11.
Survived by three sons, Mor-
ley, Gary and Brian; three
brothers, Dr. Carl, George
and Harry.

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During the
coming week
Yeshivath Beth
Yehudah will
observe the
Yahrzeits of the
following d e-
parted friends,
with the tradi-
tional Memor-
ial •Prayers, re-
citation of
Kaddish and'
Studying of
Mishnayos.

* *

RUTH RUDA, 24720
Parklawn, Oak Park, died
June 11. Survived by her
husband, Abraham; two
sons, Robert of Burbank,
Calif., and Joseph of Dora-
ville, Ga.; a daughter, Mrs.
LeRoy (Sandra) Miller; a
sister, Bernice of Utica, N.
Y.; and five grandchildren.

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