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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-12-02

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THE DETROIT • JEWISH- NEWS

Dr. Nathan Sinai, Health Expert

Professor Emeritus
first program of its type in
Nathan Sinai of the Univer-
the country.
sity of Michigan School of
Born in Stockton, Calif.,
Public Health, a world-
Dr. Sinai joined the U-M
famous health consultant to
faculty in 1924, and became
the League of Nations and
a full professor in 1932. He
the World Health Organiza-
was secretary of the faculty
tion, died Nov. 28 at age 83.
at the school of public
Dr. Sinai was an expert in
health until 1952, and direc-
the fields of health insur-
for of the U-M Bureau of
ance and public health eco- Public Health Economics,
nomics. He helped develop which he founded, from
a public health insurance 1943-59.
plan in Windsor, Ontario,
He retired in 1964 after 40
and was a consultant to U.S.
years at U-M, but returned
agencies on national health
several times to lecture and
insurance.
delivered the first Nathan
Dr. Sinai developed a Sinai Lecture at U-M in
course in medical care
1974.
dministPation at U-M, the
Dr. Sinai was director of

VP.:( Morris Birnbaum of Scrap Firm

Morris Birnbaum, founder a founder of the Wyandotte
and president of Morris Bir- Yacht Club. He was a mem-
nbaum Iron and Metal in ber of Cong. Shaarey Zedek.
Wyandotte, died Nov. 26 at His business was located in
age 88. Wyandotte for 60 years.
Born in Austria, Mr. Bir- He leaves a daughter,
nbaum was a member of Mrs. Dorothy Silverman; a
the Wyandotte Masons, sister, Mrs. Ben (Sadie)
Wyandotte Rotary Club and Wolf ; and nine grand-
was a charter member and children.

U.S. Rabbi Warns 'Be Nice to Carter'

NEW YORK (JTA)—A right.
leading Orthodox rabbi has
This warning was sounded
warned that Jews in this by Rabbi Simcha Elberg,
country and in Israel are chairman of the Adminis-
endangered by actions of trative Committee of the
such "activists" as those Union of Orthodox Rabbis of
who interrupted President the United States and Can-
Carter's address to the ada (Agudath Horabonim)
World Jewish Congress in during his address at the
Washington earlier this recent conference of the or-
month and that all acts by ganization in Chicago where
impetuous Jews embarrass- the topic, "Conduct of Jews
ing Carter can only elicit a Towards President Carter, -
backlash from the extreme was a major agenda item.

Israel-Egypt Phone Line Cut

TEL AVIV (JTA)—Direct
telephone connections be-
tween Israel and Egypt, a

by-product of President An-
war Sadat's visit earlier last
week, have ended.
A senior official of the
Egypt Will Help
Communications Ministry
disclosed that the Egyptian
Repair Mosque
telephone exchange was re-
jecting all calls from Israel
JERUSALEM
(JTA
Egypt
will help in the
com- )— via Rome, Paris or any-
where else. "If we are not
pleting of repairs on a wing
wanted, ourselves
we do not on
want
to
of the Al Aqsa Mosque in impose
any-
Jerusalem, President An-
body," the official said.
war Sadat promised the
He announced
Israeli
Moslem community of East operators
have that
been
in-
Jerusalem during his visit. structed not to accept any

The
damaged
calls
to Egypt. to Tele-
some wing
eight was
years
ago when more
phone
connections
Mo-
it was set on fire by Michel rocco and Tunis remain
Dennis Rohm of Australia. open, but the demand has

research of the Michigan
State Medi-cal Society and a
consultant to the Ann Arbor
Health Department. He was
a fellow of the American
Public Health Association,
former president of the
Michigan Public Health
Association, and honorary
member of the American
College of Dentists and the
Washtenaw County Medical
Society.
He is surved by one sister.
Interment, Stockton.

Aaron Gornbein

Aaron Gorribein, a
teacher and coach at South-
eastern and Mumford High
Schools for 25 years, died
Nov. 29 at age 62.
Born in New York, Mr.
Gornbein lived 61 years in
Detroit. He was the assist-
ant football and track coach
at Mumford High School.
He also was the former co-
owner and director of Camp
Tenuga in Kalkaska. He
was a lieutenant com-
mander ,in the Navy during
World War II. Mr. Gornbein
was a member of the ShO-
lem Aleicheim Institute,
Workmen's Circle and the
Labor Zionist Alliance. He
resided at 29304 Wellington
W., Southfield.
He leaves his wife,
Miriam; two daughters,
Mrs. Alan (Naomi) Zietz of
Coral Springs, Fla., and
Mrs. Timothy (Tova) Tor-
rento of Southfield; a sister,
Mrs. David (Miriam) Mon-
dry; and . three grand-
children. Services 10 a.m.
today at Ira Kaufman
Chapel.

Martin Horowitz

Martin Morris Horowitz,
former owner of Marty's
Delicatessen in the Green-8
Shopping Center in Oak
Park, died Nov. 26 at age 58.
Mr. Horowitz was a World
War II veteran and served
in the Red Arrow Division
of the Army. He was a
member of Morgenthau
Lodge of Bnai Brith. He
resided at 14450 Vernon.
Oak Park.
Mr. Horowitz is survived
by his wife, Gloria; three
daughters, Mrs. Frederick
(Jacqueline) Friedman,
Paula and Gayle; three
brothers, Alvin, Saul of Buf-
falo, N.Y., and Jack of Min-
neapolis, Minn. ; a sister.
Mrs. Perry (Pascelle) Shul-
man of Birmingham; and
two grandchildren.

With his promise, Sadat become negligible since the
responded to the wishes of journalists from those coun-
Sheikh Hilmi el Muhtasib, tries who covered Sadat's
president
of the and
Supreme
Moslem
Council,
lead- visit have long since left
ers of the East Jerusalem Israel.
Moslem community.
A committee of Egyptian
Mr. Eugene Weiss
architects will be in charge
-. and His Children
of the planning and the ac-
Ernest and Ellen Weiner
tual reconstruction. As a
Hy and Rose Weiner,
g‘ esture to the Coptic corn-
The Family of the Late
lunity of Jerusalem, Sadat
expressed the wish to con-
tribute to the repairs of the
IDA WEISS
Coptic school in the city.

tr

Award Winners

,

NEW YORK—Samuel
Berson, Max Borgenicht
and Paul S. Hitlin, all of
New York City, were
awarded the Mordecai M.
Kaplan Medal "for distin-
guished service to the
advancement of Judaism"
at the annual Jewish Recon-
structionist Foundation din-
_ner.

Acknowledges with grateful appreciation the many
kind expressions of sympathy extended by relatives
and friends during the family's recent bereavement.

I

OBITUARIES

CELIA AXELROD, 85,
died Nov. 29. She leaves
three daughters, Mrs. Mil-
ton (Ida) Cousens, Mrs.
Frank (Lillian) Newberg
and Mrs. Louis (Jenny) Re-
mer; a sister, Mrs. Sonia
Lifshitz; six grandchildren
and two great-grand-
daughters.
* * *
MILDRED BLUMEN-
THAL, 73, died Nov. 26. She
leaves a son, Jerome; a
daughter, Mrs. Lee (Elea-
nor) Wenokur of Louisville,
Ky.; two brothers, Dr. Her-
bert Rome and Dr. Albert
Rome of Danville, Ill. ; and
seven grandchildren.
* * *
LEONA W. BROCK died
Nov. 27. She leaves a son,
Norman I.; and two sisters.
* * *
RAY DVORMAN, 81,
19519 Cranbrook Dr., De-
troit, died Nov. 22. Survived
by two daughters, Mrs.
Aram (Betty) Zakarian of
Alexandria, Va., and Naomi
of San Francisco, Calif.; a
sister, Mrs. Hazel Schiff of
Chicago, Ill. ; and three
grandchildren.
* * *
JOSEPH ERNST, 79,
25350 Greenfield, Oak Park,
died Nov. 28. Survived by
his wife, Gertrude; two
sons, William and Markus;
a daughter, Sam D. (Edith)
Kane; eight grandchildren
and one great-grandchild.
* * *
JACK GRANT, 58, former-
Detroiter of Pittsburgh, Pa.,
died Nov. 17. Survived by
his wife, Shirley; children,
Robert Michael Grant and
Barrie Lynne Grant, both of
Southfield, and Lauren
Davis and Mrs. Gary (Ca-
ryn) Zilber, both of Pitts-
burgh; two sisters, Mrs.
Mortimer (Miriam) Men-
aker of Harrisburg, Pa.,
and Mrs. Marvin (Fay)
Isack of Allentown, Pa. In-
terment Richland, Pa.

ANNE GREEN, former
Detroiter of New York City,
died Nov. 29. Survived by a
brother, Sam of Southfield:
a sister, Mrs. Jack (Bess)
Levitt of Oak Park; nieces
and nephews and great-
nieces and great-nephews.
* * *
PEARL B. GREEN-
BERG, 81, former Detroiter
of Miami Beach, Fla., died
Nov. 25. She leaves a son,
Roger Stanton; a daughter,
Mrs. Nancy J. Amsterdam
of Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. ; and
two grandchildren.
* * *
LEIB KOLLER, 72, 14020
W. 10 Mile, Oak Park, died
Nov. 27. Survived by his
wife, Helen; a son, Rabbi
Israel of Santa Barbara, Ca-
lif. ; a daughter, Mrs. Den-
nis (Esther) Beneson ; and
four grandchildren.
* * *
SAM SCHLOIME KOSOG-
LAD, 89, 15100 W. 10 Mile,
Oak Park, died Nov. 24-:
Survived by his wife, Fan-
nie; a son, Leonard of Lin-
colnwood, Ill. ; two daugh-
ters, Mrs. Louis (Blanche)
Sabin of Skokie, Ill. ; and
Mrs. Anne Schuster; nine
grandchildren and two
great-grandchildren.

Joe Stalberg, former
owner of the Stanley Stea-
mer health club in Oak Park
from 1960 until his retire-
ment in 1970, died Nov. 24 at
age 73.
Born in Canada, Mr. Stal-
berg was a grocer for 30
years. He was a member of
Craftsman Lodge of the
Masons and Louis Brandeis
Lodge of Bnai Brith. He
resided at 16210 W. Nine
Mile, Southfield.
Mr. Stalberg is survived
by his wife, Fae; two sons,
Stanley A. and Harvey T. ; a
daughter, Mrs. S. Richard
(Sheryl) Uday; a brother,
'Benjamin of Toronto; three
sisters, Mrs. William
(Rose) Weisdorf . and Mrs.
Mike (Sarah) Greenberg,
both of Toronto, and Mrs.
Ben (Ethel) Mellman of
Hallandale, Fla; nine
grandchildren and one
great-grandchild; *

Nov. 26. He leaves four
sons, Dr. David J., Daniel
E., Dr. Michael A. of Chi-
cago, Ill., and Robert J. of
Jamaica Plains, Maine; a
daughter, Mrs. Sol (Judith)
Herman; a sister, Mrs.
Salmon (Evelyn) Grand;
and seven grandchildren.
* * *
KATE RADINE, 81, 25042
E. Rue Versailles, Oak
Park. died Nov. 30. Sur-
vived by a son, Harry.; a
daughter, Mrs. Sylvia Zaks;
three sisters, Mrs. Bessie
Weinstein, Mrs. Nathan
(Kate) Mirtenbaum and
Mrs. Esther Weckstein;
four grandchildren and two
great-grandchildren. Serv-
ices 12:30 p.m. today at
Hebrew Memorial Chapel.

BERNICE N. WEISS, 60,
13680 W. 10 Mile, Oak Park,
died Nov. 24. Survived by a
son, Joe R.; and her father,
Louis J.

WE REMEMBER

During the coming
week Yeshivath
Beth Yehudah will
observe the Yahr-
zeits of the follow-
ing departed
friend's, with the
traditional Memo-
rial Prayers, recita-
tion of Kaddish
and Studying of
Mishnayos.

* * *

FRED PATT, 65, died

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Friday. December 2,. 1977 71

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KISLEV DEC.

RAIZEL COHEN
24 4
TILLIE COHEN
24 4
MORRIS FEINER
24 4
ESTHER L. FLEISCHMAN 24 4
IDA KABAKER
24 4
MANIA KATZMAN
'24 4
LEWIS KLEIN
24 4
LOUIS STOLLMAN
24 4
GOLDA WEISSWASSER
24 4
JOSEPH BERGER
25 5
BEATRICE BOROCOFF
25 5
AARON JACOBSON
25 5
ROBERT R. MARWIL
25 5
LT. A.J. OSBORNE
25 5
SAMUEL SCHEY
25 5
ESTHER SCHLUSSEL
25 5
CHARLES SPERLING
25 5
CARL STRAUSS
25 5
MEYER WATNICK
25 5
REBECCA PONT
25 5
RACHEL ALPERIN
26 6
HATTIE BUCH
26 6
ALTA MATZ
26 6
CARL J. NELSON
26 6
BENJAMIN OPPENHEIM
26 6
GUSTAVE PINES
26 6
CHANA Y. BROSE
27 7
BETTY ROTHENBERG
27 7
CHARLES SMITH
27 7
MOSHE ALPERIN
28 8
VIOLET V. FREEDMAN
28 8
HARRY LAFER
28 8
ESTHER MUSCOWITZ
28 8
JACK OSBORNE
28 8
ANETTE SCHULMAN
28 8
JENN1E WEISMAN
28 8
BASHEL APPLEBAUM
29 9
PHILLIP DUBRINSKY
29 9
WILLIAM ELSON
29 9
JACOB KUSHNER
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IZAK SPOKOJNY
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REBECCA TRIVAX
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30 10
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30 10
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30 10
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30 10
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30 10
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