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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-05-13

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

OBITUARIES

Samuel Blitz, UJA Executive

NEW YORK (JTA)-
Samuel Blitz, executive
vice president of the United
Jewish Appeal from 1945-
1965, died May 6 at age 88.
Born in Lemberg, Ga-
licia, his parents brought
him to New York at age 2.
Mr. Blitz became a Zionist
early in his life and as a
teenager arranged itine-

40 - BUSINESS CARDS

TEPELI
CUSTOM
HOUSE PAINTING

Interior -Exterior

Small repairs

Call 541-4326 after 4 pm

HANDY MAN

HOME REPAIRS

Experienced
No job too small
Reasonable
353-3336

J. O. PAINTING & CO.
Complete personalized
decorating
Call after 7 pm

835-1393

968-0245

ROOF
LEAKS??
Commercial & Residential
Roofing. Aluminum Siding &
Trim. Gutters & General Re-
pair. GUARANTEED MATE:
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546-0050

OAK PARK PLUMBING
& HEATING
Licensed Master Plumber
& Sewer Cleaning
967-3010 or 967-3026
PETER FRIEDMAN

FURNITURE REPAIR
•9. REFINISHING

Complete bedroom &
dining room sets
Chair re-glueing
Caning & Rushing

K. KENT

Free Estimates
474-8953

Aluminum
Siding & Trim

Aluminum Gutters-Roofing
Replacement Windows
Insulation

ADAMS CONST.
Call 531-7060

GODAU Painting & Paperhang-
ing. Fair price for quality work.
557-8906.

51 - MISCELLANEOUS

2000 used railroad pressure
- treated ties. $5.00 each

all after 6 p.m.

554-1111

53 - ENTERTAINMENT

BAND

Excellent Music
For All Soda'
Occasions

731-6081

Professional Flute.
-guitar Duo.
Wedding ceremonies -House
parties. All occasions. Reason-
able rates.

543-1063

FREDDY SHEYER -One man
orchestra. Guitar. Violin. Vocal.
Drum. 398-2462.

raries and meetings for
Chaim Weizmann and other
Zionist leaders.
Before joining the New
York UJA in 1936, he was
secretary of the Zionist
Council of Greater New
York and executive director
of the United Palestine Ap-
peal of ,Greater New York.
He was also a member of
the Zionist Organization of
America.

Adolph Trost, 72

Adolph Trost, chief engi-
neer for 30 years of Inde-
pendent Metal Products Co.
of Amaha, Neb., died May
6 at age 72.
A native of Czechoslova-
kia, Mr. Trost retired in
1969. He was a member of
Temple Emanu-El. He re-
sided at 24875 Towne Rd.,
Southfield.
He leaves his wife,
Paula ; a daughter, Mrs.
Richard A. (Leanne)
Small; and two grandsons.

Unveiling Notices
on Page 45

Harry Levine

NEW YORK-Harry Le-
vine of Cambridge, Mass.,
prominent industrialist, phi-
lanthropist and Zionist lead-
er, who was a founder and
major supporter of the Weiz-
mann Institute o_f Science,
died April 30.
He helped finance funda-
mental institute research
programs in fields of ap-
plied science in medical,
chemical and biochemical
interests. nuclear physics.
food production and eco-
logy.

Frederick Stern,
Exposed Nazism

NEW YORK-Frederick
M. Stern, non-Jewish au-
thor of "The Junker Men-
ace," an expose of the roots
of Nazism, died last week
at age 87.
A native of Germany, Mr.
Stern served in the German
army during World War I
after studying law and eco-
nomics. He became an exec-
utive in the German chem-
ical industry after com-
pleting military service. He
moved his family to the
U.S. in 1937 to escape from
the Hitler regime.

Emanuel Scherer

NEW YORK-Emanuel

Scherer, a veteran Jewish
Socialist labor leader, died
May 3 at age 75.
Mr. Scherer became ac-
tive in the Socialist move-
ment in his native Poland
and later joined the Jewish
Labor Bund. He co-edited
several Polish language pub-
lications of the Bund. includ-
ing Unser Zeit, the Bund's
monthly magazine. He also
was a vice president of the
Jewish Labor Committee.

Friday, May 13, 1977 55

HARRY BERMAN, 88.
15250 Park, Oak Park. died
May 8. Survived by his
wife. Lena; a son. Frank;
two daughters, Mrs. Max
(Esther) Raminick of Flor-
ida and Mrs. William (Fay)
Steinberger; six grand-
children and five great-
grandchildren.
***
BERIL BLOOM, 62, 21981
Ridgedale, Oak Park, died
May 10. Survived by his
wife. Faye; a son. Marc;
two daughters. Mrs. Stuart
(Nancy) Shapiro of Chicago
and Charna; three sisters,
Mrs. Sam (Hilda) Lakritz,
Mrs. Max (Rebecca) Krav-
itz and Mrs. Dina Salter.

***

LAURIE JANE FINK, 24,
32285 Glen Cove, Farm-
ington Hills, died May 7.
Survived by her father,
George; a brother, Daniel;
and a sister, Mrs. Marvin
(Judith) Zahler.
***

ANN SOPHIE FINN, 66,

18460 Lincoln, Lathrup Vil-
lage, died May 10. She
leaves a daughter. Mrs. Mi-
chael (Barbara) Alpert: a
dister, Mrs. William (Ros)

Rock of Rochester, N.Y.;
and one grandchild.
***
MAX GOLD, 81, 18697
Glastonbury. Detroit. died
May 6. He leaves his wife.
Betty; a son. Seymour of
Davis, Calif.; a daughter.
Mrs. Jack (Isabel) Berlin;
and four grandchildren.
***

SAYDE H. GOLDEN, 81.

died May 11. She leaves
two sons. William I. and
Robert H. ; a daughter.
Mrs. William (Helen)
White; a sister. Mrs. Mar-
tin (Esther) Bracker of To-
ledo. Ohio; 11 grand-
Children and three great-
grandchildren.
***
SAM KOMAROW, 61,
died May 4. He leaves his
wife, Augusta; a son, Jef-
frey of Arlington, Va.; a
daughter, Mrs. Gary (Su-
san) Steinberg;. two broth-
ers, Bertram of California
and Erwin of New York
City; a sister, Mrs. Fred-
erick (Rose) Brooks of the
Bronx, N.Y.; and one grand-
daughter. Interment New
York.

Charles (Susan) Richards
of Fremont, Ohio. and Mrs.
ni-chael (Rebecca) Klein.

***

ARLINE RAY, 62. 19497

Mark Twain, Detroit. died
May 8. Survived by her hus-
band, Frank; two daugh-
ters. Mrs. Alice Robbins of
Sherman Oaks, Calif.. and
Mrs. Garry (Evelyn) Rose-
nblum; and five grand-
children.

Dr. Louis L. (Larry) War-
ren, a Clarkston podiatrist,
died May 10 at age 29.
Born in Detroit, Dr. War-
ren earned a BS degree at
Michigan State University
in 1970 and was graduated
from the California College
of Podiatric Medicine in
1975. He served his resi-
dency at the Park Memo-
rial Hospital.
He leaves his wife, Mary
Lou; his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Herbert (Jeanette)
Warren; two step-children,
Bradley and Bryon; a sis-
ter, Ellen Gale; and his
grandmother. Mrs. Fannie
Warren.

RONALD J.
PRESTON

Son of Nathalie Be‘n-
yas and Joseph Plotn-
ick, acknowledges with
grateful appreciation
the many kind ex-
pressions of sympathy
extended by relatives
and friends during the
family's recent ber-
eavement.

The Family
Of the Late

IDA
SIVERMAN

Acknowledges with
grateful appreciation
the many kind ex-
pressions_ of sympathy
extended by relatives
and friends during the
family's recent ber-
eavement.

May 9. He leaves his wife._
Adele; a son. Steven; a
daughter. Helene; a broth-
er, Josephs and a sister,
Mrs. Samuel (Belle) Nelson
of Encino. Calif.

lantic City, N.J., died May
10. Survived by a son, Al-
bert of Southfield. Inter-
ment Philadelphia.

WE REMEMBER

***

ii-cm nfrnv

SAMUEL STILLWATER,

83. 15223 Northgate Blvd.,
Oak Park, died May 10. Sur-
vived by his wife. Miriam;
a son, Dr. Carl; a brother.
Edward; three grand-
children and two great-
grandchildren.
***.

During the
coming week
Yeshivath Beth
Yehudah will
observe the
Yahrzeits of the
following de-
parted friends,
with the tradi-
tional Memorial
Prayers, recita-
tion of Kaddish
and Studying of
Mishnayos.

LEO TARTAS, 57, 434 W.

Alexandrine, Detroit, died
May 7. No known survivors.

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ALBERT LUTZ, 78, 25951
Dundee, Huntington Woods,
died May 11. Survived by
his wife, Anna; three sons.
Sheldon M., Dr. Sidney A.
and Paul of Texas; two
brothers, Ben and Edward;
a sister, Mrs. Philip (Jean)
Soffa; six grandchildren
and one great-grandchild.

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Next to Stanley Steamer

GEORGE B. MALLON,

died May 11. He leaves two
sons, Dr. Jerome of Flint
and Milford; a sister, Mrs.
Jennie Soldow of Miami,
Fla. ; five grandchildren
and 12 great-grandchildren.
Services 11:30 a.m. today at
Ira Kaufman Chapel.

***

RONALD J. PRESTON,

38. of Detroit died April 12.
Survived by three daugh-
ters, Julie, Anne and
Dawn; his father, Joseph
Plotnick; his mother, Mrs.
Nathalie Benyas; a brother.
Mark Plotnick of Sacra-
mento. Calif.; three sisters,
Mrs. Ed (Robin) Schneider
of Sacramento, Mrs.

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JENNIE BOLKER
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HELEN FARCZADI
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ROSE SCHWARTZ
1
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JOHN ZAFIKIN
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MORRIS ZUROFF
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ETHEL ALLEN
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JEANETTE BLOCH
2
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MOSHE COHEN
2
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ANNA MENDELSON
2
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MORRIS STERN
2
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ABRAHAM I. DAVIDSON
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GEORGE BRANT
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ABRAHAM SACHS
CHAJA R. SIWAK
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SAM KLEIMAN
BORIS J. SHEAWITZ
MORRIS SKLAR
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sons, Philip (Kopman) and
George Stone of Bronx,
N.Y. ; two daughters, Mrs.
Allan (Sarah Lee) Weins-
tein of Des Plaines, Ill.,
and Mrs. Sam (Irene) ,Po-
merantz; 14 grandchildren
and two great-grandsons.

FANNIE KOPMAN,

N

The Family
of the Late

***
FRED ZIEMAN, 55, died

*5*
CLARA ROSEN, 89, of At-



***

Dr. Louis Warren

EDWARD ZALEV, 85, 941
Parent. Windsor. Ontario,
Canada. died May 6. Sur-
vived by two brothers. Mau-
rice and Charles; two sis-
ters. Mrs. Jacob (Bessie)
Katzman and Mrs. Herbert
(Clara) Shapiro of LossAn-
geles.

569-0020

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