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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-01-14

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Prof. Oded Remba, Morris Altman, 63
Morris Altman,- the
Mideast Authority original
co-owner of the
NEW YORK (JTA) —

Oded Remba, an author-
ity on Middle East oil and
energy problems, died
Jan. 6 at age 46.
Prof. Remba, who was a
professor of economics at
the College of Staten Is-
land of the City Univer-
sity of New York, was a
member of the board of
directors of the American
Academic Association for
Peace in the Middle East
and chairman of the
editorial advisory board
of its quarterly "Middle
Ea- 4- .Review."
also was a member
of tiie steering and execu-
tive committees of the
American Professors for
Peace in the Middle East
and of the board of direc-
tors of the American His-
tadrut Cultural Ex-
change Institute.

`And Yet I Pray'

Oh, thou my God: all peo-
ples praise thee and as-
sure thee of their devo-
tion.
But what does it mean to
thee whether I do this or
not?

Who am I, that I should be-
lieve my prayers are nec-
essary?
When I say "God," I know
that I speak of the Only,
Eternal, Omnipotent, All-
Knowing and Inconceiva-
ble One, of whom I nei-
ther can nor should make
for myself an image; on
whom I neither may nor
can make any demand;
who will fulfill my most
fervent prayer, or ignore
it; and yet I pray as each
one prays who is alive;
and yet I pray for mer-
cies, miracles: fulfill-
ments.

And yet, I pray, for I do not
want to lose the blissful
feeling of unity, of com-
munion with thee.

Oh, thou, my God: thy
mercy left us prayer as a
bond, a blissful bond with
thee: a gift greater than
any fulfillment.
—Arnold Schoenberg

Red Barn restaurant
franchise in Michigan,
died Jan. 8 at age 63.
Born in New York, Mr.
BERTHA COHEN, 79,
Altman was a life-long re-
staurateur in Detroit died Jan. 8. She leaves a
prior to moving to Pom- daughter, Mrs. Louis
pano Beach, Fla. He (Debra) Clinton; three
owned the Red Barn of sisters, two grandchil-
Pontiac for three years. dren and three great-
He also was a past vice grandchildren.
* * *
president of Zager-Stone
ANN
COWEN,
73, died
Lodge of Bnai Brith.
He leaves his wife, Ma- Jan. 9. She leaves her
rian; two sons, James and husband, Thomas; a
Robert of Alexandria, daughter, Mrs. Seymour
Va.; three daughters, (Helen) Grundy; three
Mrs. Simcha (Carol) sisters, Mrs. David (Ada)
Shapiro, Mrs. Michael Betman, Mrs. Abe (Min-
(Linda) Abramsky and nie) Levy and Mrs. Ben
Miss Deborah Spitz; (Dorothy) Woolf; four
three sisters, Miss grandchildren and two
Miriam Altman of Mt. great-grandchildren.
* *
Clemens, Mrs. Rose
SAMUEL
DANTO, 86,
Feiner of Tarzana, Calif.,
and Mrs. Molly Webb of 15306 Northgate Blvd.,
Orlando, Fla.; and three Oak Park, died Jan. 9.
grandchildren. Inter- Survived by three sons,
Robert, Charles of
ment Detroit.
Jacksonville, Fla., and
Richard; three
daughters, Mrs. Jerry
Elias Lewis Dies
(Fritzie) Kohn, Mrs. Ar-
Elias Lewis, former nold (Ilo-Ann) Kantor of
general manager of the Dayton, Ohio, and Mrs.
Gratiot Central Market, Benjamin (Betty-Ann)
died recently.
Faber of Los Altos, Calif.;
Mr. Lewis helped estab- a brother, Julius; 15
lish the youth center at grandchildren and seven
Detroit's old Miller High great-grandchildren.
* * *
school and the juvenile
crime prevention bureau
HELEN DASKAL, 76,
of the Detroit Police De- former Detroiter of
partment. He founded the Miami Beach, Fla., died
Gratiot Central Market Jan. 10. Survived by her
Charity Guild for the husband, Sam; a son,
Capuchin Monastery and David of Southfield; a
helped establish religious daughter, Mrs. Shirlee
worship for Jews at King of Beverly Hills,
Wayne County General Calif.; a brother, Sam
Hospital. - Heisler of New York City;
Mr. Lewis was named two sisters, Mrs. Helen
citizen of the month by Keller of New York City
the city of Detroit in 1947 and Mrs. Lillian Goldfarb
for his contribution to the of Moraga, Calif.; and
city's welfare. During four grandchildren. In-
World War II he raised terment Miami.
more than $50,000 in war
* * *
bonds and was honored
BELLE DEWAR, 69,
by the American Red
Cross and the city of De- 15373 Greenfield, died
Jan. 7. Survived by a
troit for his efforts.
He is survived by his brother, - Sam Remocker
wife, Frances; two sons, of Brooklyn, N.Y.; and
Samuel and Robert; two two sisters.
* * *
brothers and six grand-
LENA FINZI, 84, died
children. Interment Los
Jan. 10. She leaves nieces
Angeles.

In memory of our dear beloved

In loving memory
of our dear husband,
father and
grandfather
-

Mother who passed away

SIGMUND
LITTMAN

Minnie A. Zack

who passed away
three years ago, Jan.
Sadly missed and
ays remembered.
1,ena Littman and
family.

In Memory of
A Truly
Beautiful Person

LILLIAN
MARLOWE

Who passed away
Jan. 14, 1960. Although
human life is UK) short
for our dreams, its
greatest moments
never die. Mother, you
were one of our great-
est moments. With our
love, Bonnie Vocino and
Debbie Kashdan.

Jan. 20, 1969

Yahrzeit will be observed

Wednesday night

Jan. 19, 1977

First day of Shevat

Who is sadly missed and will always
be remembered as the most beautiful
mother in the world.



Friday, January 14, 1977 55

OBITUARIES

and nephews, Morris
Papo, Alvin Papo, Burke
Williams, Louis Papo,
Mordy Papo, Sam Papo,
Jack Papo, Mrs. Maurice
(Regina) Polinsky, Morris
Barazani and Joey Bara-
zani.
* * *
MARIA KARLINSKA,
74, 22045 W. Eight Mile,
died Jan. 5. Survived by a
daughter, Mrs. Solomon
(Zina) Gray; and two
grandchildren.
* * *
ANNA KASS, 82, died
Jan. 10. She leaves a son,
Abe; a daughter, Mrs.
Kalman (Evelyn) Bruss;
four grandchildren and
four great-grandchil-
dren.
* * *
BESSIE LEE, 69, 27435
Greenfield, Southfield,
died Jan. 7. Survived by
three sons, Dr. Martin L.
of Bloomsburg, Pa., Dr.
Lawrence E. and Dr.
Robert G. of Bay City; two
brothers, Sidney Burs-
tein and Louis Burstein;
and 11 grandchildren.
* * *
LENA LUTSKY, 92,
10014 Ludlow, Hun-
tington Woods, died Jan.
12. • Survived by three
daughters, Mrs. Sarah
Kushner, Mrs. Rebecca
Felch and Mrs. Milton
(Rose) Schwartz; six
grandchildren and two
great-grandchildren.
* * *
SARAH MOSES, 68,
died Jan. 11. She leaves a
daughter, , Arlene; a.
brother, Benjamin Gol-
den; two sisters, Mrs. Sol
(Gertrude) Golemba and
Mrs. Edwin (Florence)
Bunin.
* * *
ZELDA MAY MARK-
ZON, 44, 28116 Glas-
gow, Southfield, died
Jan. 11. Survived by her
husband, Harold; two
sons, David and Martin; a
daughter, Judy; her pa-
rents, Mr. and Mrs. Phil-
lip (Mollie) Rosenthal;
two brothers, Norman
Rosenthal and Bernard
Rosenthal; a sister, Mrs.
Farrell (Ann) Moore of
Grand Rapids.
* * *

HARRY PARMET, 69,
former Detroiter of
Miami Beach, Fla., died
Jan. 6. He leaves his wife,
Anne; a son, Alan; a

The Family
of the Late

OSCAR
GOLDBERG

Acknowledges with
grateful appreciation
the many kind expres-
sions of sympathy ex-
tended by relatives
and friends during the
family's recent be-
reavement.

daughter, Mrs. Herbert
(Mildred) Chad; three sis-
ters, Mrs. Morris (Dolly)
Goldberg of Ft. Lauder-
dale, Fla., Mrs. Kenneth
(Betty) Zimmerman of
Newport Richey, Fla.,
and Mrs. Herman (Ger-
trude) Mack of Baltimore,
Md.; and six grandchil-
dren. Interment Detroit.
* * *
ESTELLE PLEASANT,
61, died Jan. 6. She leaves
a son, Perry; and three
sisters, Mrs. Sol (Evelyn)
Gomberg of Panorama
City, Calif., Mrs. Terry
(Betty Mae) Bennett and
Miss Rochelle Shiffman
of Panorama City.
* * *
ABRAHAM RAIZIN, 87,
756 Hall, Windsor, On-
tario, died Dec. 28 in Las
Vegas, Nev. Survived by
his wife, Dora; a son, Dr.
Leonard of Las Vegas;
two daughters, Mrs. Mor-
ris (Bette) Gardner of
Tucson, Ariz., and Mrs.
Philmore (Judith)
Leemon of Farmington
Hills; a brother, Irving;
eight grandchildren and
one great-grandchild. In-
terment Israel.
* * *
BEN SHIFRIN, 91, died
Jan. 11. He leaves his

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wife, Sophie; two sons,
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Malibu, Calif.; a brother,
Meyer; and six grand-
children.
* * *
BENJAMIN CHARLES :
SMIRIN, 82, former De-
troiter of Toledo, died
Jan. 7. Survived by three
daughters, Mrs. Seymour
(Esther) Golden of Los -
Angeles, Mrs. Philip
(Beatrice) Greenberg of
Toledo and Mrs. Joseph
(Phyllis) Cohn of South-
field; 11 grandchildren
and one great-
granddaughter. Inter-
ment Toledo.
* * *
FANNIE SULTAN, 90,
died Jan. 8. She leaves
two sons, Aaron and Mor-
ton, both of California; P
daughter, Mrs. Arthur B.
(Lottie) Colton; a sister,
Mrs. Rose Rubenstein;
eight grandchildren and
three great-grandchil-
dren. Interment Califor-
nia.

I

TEVES JAN.
16
26
STELLA HELFAND
16
26
HELEN KAPLAN
16
26
SARAH LAPINSKY
16
26
SADIE MALT7MAN
16
26
MAX SCHLArGE
16
NANCY I. T. OTEROPOULOS 26
16
26
JACOB SUICINIC
16
26
RUTH 1GERLEIDER
17
27
ROSE F SENMAN
17
27
MEYEI MIRSKY
17
27
HELE.4 RADNER
17
27
FANNY SHER
18
28
ROSE BLOCH
18
28
BENJAMIN OANZER
18
28
LILLIAN EPSTEIN
18
28
HELEN GLADSTONE
18
28
HELEN MANDELL
18
28
JACOB ROTHBARD
28
18
BORUCH SHAPIRO
18
28
NATHAN SPEVAKOW
18
28
MOLLIE WEINGARDEN
19
29
GEORGE CETRON
19
29
ROSE FERSHTMAN
19
29
MOLLIE GREENSPOON
19
29
MORDECHAI M. HOFFMAN
19
29
CHARLES KATZ
19
29
BEATRICE SHOOB
19
PFARL Z. VOIKOVICH
29
SHEVAT
FRUMA EDELMAN
20
1
LOUIS GRUSKIN
1
20
SADIE HORNICK
1
20
FANNIE PATLOJOHN
1
20
YETTA PLOTNIK
1
20
ANNA POSNER
1
20
BLUMA ROSENBLOOM
1
20
RACHEL SACHS
1
20
SYLVIA WEISS
1
20
1
20
MINNIE ZACK
SARAH F. COPIN
2
21
SARAH FABER
2
21
SARAH KAPLAN
21
2
FANNY LUBOW
21
2
MARTIN FINE
3
22
EDITH GERMAN
3
22
ZESSE KATZ
3
22
MORRIS LEVI1T
3
22
FLORA LEVY
3
22
ANNA MINDLIN
3
22
SARAH SAKS
3
22
MOSES H. THORN
3
22

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