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October 15, 1976 - Image 55

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-10-15

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

JNF Chief Abram Salomon,
Active in Zionist Movement

NEW YORK — Abram
Salomon, Zionist leader
and executive vice presi-
dent and administrative
head of the Jewish Na-
tional Fund of America,
died Oct. 9 at age 64.
A. native of Poland, Mr.
Salomon and his wife fled
the Nazis in 1939. Their
took them through
. :?7ia to China, Japan
ai,dthen to Australia.
As head of the Jewish
National Fund, Mr. Salo-
mon's most recent project
was the establishment of
an American Bicentennial
Park in the Judean hills
near Jerusalem.
Fluent in Yiddish, Mr.
Salomon made many

In Loving Memory
of Our Beloved Hus-
band,
Father, Grandfather
and Brother

ALVIN
BIEDERMAN

Who passed away .
Oct. 9, 1975 (4
Cheshvan). Sadly mis-
sed and forever in our
hearts. Annabelle and
Barry Biederman,
Frank and Elaine
Roth, Jeffrey, Eric
and Nicole.

TO SOMEONE VERY
DEAR WHO HAS
PASSED AWAY BUT
WILL LIVE IN OUR
HEARTS ALWAYS
ALFRED BENKOFF

The moon and stars are
shining, on a lone
and silent grave;
Beneath l'es one we
dearly love, butt
whom we could not
save.
This is your anniver-
sary, it ends the first
sad year;
It is beyond our think-
ing, why you left us
darling dear.
We wanted to comfort
you, we tried our
very best;
But our Lord made a
decision, Darling,:
that you deserved a
rest.
When evening shad-
ows start falling,
and we sit quietly
alone;
To our hearts there
comes a longing, if
you could only come
home.
, `e nds may think we
--have forgotten,
when at times they
see us smile;
Little do they know the
heartache, that our
smile hides all the
while.

trips to Jewish com-
munities throughout the
world on behalf of the
JNF.
Before the outbreak of

ABRAM SALOMON

World War II, he was ac-
tive in the Zionist move-
ment in Poland. He held a
Master of Laws degree
from the University of
Warsaw.
He served as general
secretary of the Zionist
Federation of Australia
and New Zealand and had
been a correspondent for
the Australian Jewish
Press. He visited and
wrote about the displaced
persons camps in Ger-
many.
He came to the U.S. in
the early 1950s and con-
tinued his involvement in
the Zionist movement. He
was a vice president of
the Zionist Organization
of America, a member of
its national executive
committee and adminis-
trative.,. board, an execu-
tive member of the
American Zionist Feder-
ation and a member of the
World Jewish Congress,
American Section. -

Marvin Barnett

Marvin Barnett, re-
tired owner of Peggy's
Bloomfield Fashion Shop,
died Oct. 10 at age 66.
Born in Pontiac, Mr.
Barnett was a ladies
ready-to-wear clothing
executive. He was a life
member of the Pontiac
Elks, a member and
former treasurer of Tem-
ple Beth Jacob of Pontiac
and a member of the Op-
timists Club. He resided
at 6761 E. Knollwood Cir.,
West Bloomfield.

He leaves his wife, Eve-
lyn; three sons, William,
Alan and Robert; two
brothers, Sidney of Hal-
landale, Fla., and
Maurice of Scottsdale,
Ariz.; five sisters, Mrs.
Samuel (Beatrice)
iVIagicisohn of Tucson,
Ariz., Mrs. David (Celia)
Goldfarb of Flint, Mrs.
Samuel (Harriet) Silver
Mrs. Robert (Lillian)
Moore and Mrs.. Samuel
(Sylvia) Babcock.

Rae Hertzberg

Rae Hertzberg, a
member of local Jewish
women's organizations,
died Oct. 7 at age 76.

Born in Detroit, Mrs.
Hertzberg was a member
of Temple Beth El, Wo-
men's American ORT,
Hadassah and Sinai Hos-
pital Guild. She was a
volunteer at Sinai Hospi-
tal from 1958 to 1970.

Mrs. Hertzberg leaves
her husband, Barney H.;
two sons, Dr. Herbert L.
and Stuart E.; • a daugh-
ter, Mrs. Harvey D.
(Babs) Geller; a brother,
Seymour Horowitz; two
sisters, Lillian Horowitz
and Mrs. Florence Leach .
of Las Cruses, N.M.; .eight
grandchildreq, and three
great-grandchildren.

OBITUARIES

ALBERT BERGSTEIN,
80, of Minneapolis, Minn.,
died Oct. 8. Survived by
his wife, Rose; three sons,
Norman of Haifa, Israel;
Sherman, of Minneapolis;
Bill of Chicago, Ill.; a
daughter, Sissi Lapides,
of Highland Park, Ill.; and
a sister, Irene Kutinsky,
of Southfield. Intern-
ment Minneapolis.
* *
ALEX BINSTOK, 73,
died Oct. 10. He leaves his
wife, Lillian; a son, Bruce
Binstok; and two grand-
daughters.
* * *
NATHAN BRIGHT, 81,
!6300 W. Nine Mile,
Southfield, died Oct. 9.
Survived by his wife,
Ruth; a son, George A.;
and two grandchildren.
* * *
JOAN
REGINA
CUSHMAN, 41, 26781
Franklin Pointe Dr.,
Southfield, died Oct. 7.
Survived by her husband,
Lowell; a son, William; a
daughter, Peri; her
mother, Mrs. Hyman
(Charlotte) Shulberg; two
sisters, Mrs. Raymond
(Barbara) Kalef and Mrs.
Charles (Diane) Ber-
kowitz.
* * *
DR. FRANK DISKIN,
71, 1324 Marquette,
Muskegon, died Oct. 9.
Survived by otwo sisters,
Mrs. Joseph Mary) Col-
eman and Ms. Sarah Dis-
kin; nephews and nieces.
* * *
CARON ROCHELLE
GREENWALD, 18, 20101
Oakfieltt, died Oct. 10.
Survived by her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Jack (Shir-
ley) Greenwald; two
brOthers, George and
David: a sister, Sandra;
her grandparents, Mrs.
Eva Rosenberg and Mrs.
Regina Greenwald.
* * *

BETTY HOLTZMAN,

66, 20414 Snowden Ct.,
died Oct. 10. She leaves
her husband, .Samuel; a
son, Louis; and one
granddaughter.

*

In His Life We Were
Blessed. In His Death
We, of the JEWISH
NATIONAL FUND,
Stand Bereaved. May
the Blessing of His
Memory Serve to Guide
and Strengthen Us.

Thank you Darling for
being a wonderful
Husband, Father,
Son, Brother and
Grandfather
Your Loving Family,

Wife, Lillian
Children, Sema, Renee
and David
Brother, Bernie
Sister, Beatrice
Mother, Sophie
and
Grandchildren

Friday, October 15, 1976 55

* *

DR. JACOB JAFFE, 72,
former Detroiter of Los
Angeles, Calif., died Oct.
12. He leaves his wife,
Sally; two sons, Dr.
Robert and Stuart; two
brothers, Edward and Dr.
Bernard; and four grand-
children. Interment
California.

*

*

SYLVIA KROKER died
Oct. 12. She leaves a son,
Alan; two brothers, Max
Schuster and Morton
Schuster; and two sisters,
Rebecca Schuster and
Sadie SChuster.
* * *
CELIA MARGOLIS, 85,
20083 Beechaven, South-
field, died Oct. 10. Sur-
vived by two daughters,
Mrs. Bert (Kate) Cohen
and Mrs. David (Rebecca)
Cutler; five grandchil-
dren and five great-
grandchildren.
* * *
CEIL RICHMAN, 61,
15215 Northgate Blvd.,
Oak Park, died Oct. 9.
Survived by her husband,
Morris; a son, Gerald P.; a
daugher, Mrs. Hyman
(Elaine Barbara)
Stollman; a brother,
Rubin Folkoff; a sister,
Mrs. Menachem (Freda)
Margulies; and three
grandchildren.
* * *
CHARLOTTE ROSEN-
FELD, 50, former Detroi-
ter of Lancaster, Pa., died
Oct. 6. Survived by her
husband, Rabbi Paul; a
son, Steven of Cambridge,
Mass.; a daughter, Mrs.
Joel (Susan) Friedman of
Morristown,, N.J.; her
mother, Mrs: Henrietta
Kelman of Oak Park;
three brothers, Jerome
W. Kelman of Oak Park,
Dr. Herbert Kelman of
Flushing, N.Y., and Sid-
ney Kelman of Holon, Is-
rael. Interment Lancas-
ter.
* * *
MOLLIE ROSENS, 75,
23035 Kipling, Oak Park,
died Oct. 10. She leaves
her husband, Isadore;
two sons, Herman of Mil-

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*

SAMUEL KAYMAN, 66,
21741 Gardner, Oak Park,
died Oct. 9. Survived by
his wife, Anne; a daugh-
ter, Mrs. Irving (Esther)
Morof; a sister, Mrs.
Reuben (Dorothy) Sonne;
and two grandchildren.

More "Obituaries
on Page 24

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OAK PARK —

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* * *

BERNARD SHARKEY,
65, died Oct. 13. He leaves
his wife. Vivian; two sons,
Joel of Lansing and
Philip; a daughter, Mrs.
Ronald (Hannah) Myer-
son; three brothers, Ar-
nold, Raymond _and
Leonard; and three
grandchildren. Services
11:30 a.m. today at Ira
Kaufman Chapel.

* * *

SAMUEL WHITE, 70,
19149 Forrer, died Oct. 10.
Survived by two
daughters, Mrs. Beverly
Koti and Dr. Rhea White
of Saskatchewan,
Canada; and one grand-
child.

WE RDAEIABER

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During the
coming wee k
Yeshivoth Beth
Yehudah will
observe the
Yahrzeits of the
following d a-
parted friends,
with the tradi-
tional Memor-
ial .Prayers, re-
citation of
Kaddish and
Studying of
Mishnayos.

TISHRI OCTOBER
MORRIS Z. BORINSTEIN
23
17
IRVING ELSON
23
17
VIOLA N. KOPP
23
17
AARON POUACK
23 17
ELKA ROHUK
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23
17
HARRY SHULMAN
23
17
DORA BARUCH
24
18
DR. HAROLD M. DANA
24
18
SOPHIE HERSCHBERG
24
18
PHILIP HORWICH •
24
18
AARON D. LEVIN
24
18
AARON B. MARGOUS
24
18
ISRAEL MILLER
24
18
MICHAEL MILLER
24
18
HARRY WETSTEIN
24
18
CHAIM TAKER
24
18
SOLVE ANTMAN
25
19
LOUIS DANN
25
19
HELEN G. KLEIN
25
19
ROSE MARKS
25
19
NATHAN SACHS
25
19
NATHAN ZACK
25
19
JACOB COHEN
26 20
SAMUEL COHEN
26 20
SAMUEL L FAUDMAN
26 20
ANNA PAAXMAN
26 20
SAMUEL ROSENBERG
26 20
ISAAC E. SPUTUM.
26 20
AURELIA WEISZ
26 20
SHAMA YALOWITZ
26
20
CHAYA S. LIWORION
27
21
intoc. SAMUEL M. LEVIN 27
21
LEAH SHERR
27
21
KALMAN SILBER
27
21
LEONARD SILBERT
27
21
IDA SOLOMON
27
21
MOLLY WEINGARDEN
27
21
SIMON YOUNG
27
21
ISRAEL GROSSMAN
28
21
JOSEPH W. MATTLER
28
22
EDWARD STARK
28
22
MORRIS P. YAMPOLSKY
28
22
EVA R. WATERSTONE
28
22
ANNA APPLE
29
23
MARKUS ELFER
29
23
MENACHEM HERTZ
29
23
EVA ROSENBERG
29
23
ROSE SHLOSBERG
29
23
DINAH SUPERSTINE
29
23
MARY TATELBAUM
29
23
MURIEL BENNETT
29
23
VITA LEVINE
29
23

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