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January 27, 1978 - Image 54

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-01-27

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54 Friday, January 27, 1978

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Sadat-Begin

By MADOLYN ROSENTHAL
Sadat and Begin met on Israeli soil,
Shook ahnds and pledged to be loyal.
Both want peace in their land
Something that all nations can understand.
So as we venture into nineteen seventy-eight
May both nations live in peace
And not in hate.

Newsletter Due
on Holocaust -

USY Alumnus
Gets Youth Prize

NEW YORK The United
Synagogue Youth Alumni
Association has named Dr.
Saul Shapiro as the first
recipient of its Distin-
guished Alumni Award.
The award, which will be
presented annually at the
USY International Conven-
tion in December, is given
for distinguished service by
a USY Alumnus to the com-
munity in general and the
Jewish community in par-
ticular.

NEW YORK (JTA)—A
Holocaust Quarterly Report
and Newsletter will be
started in March by the
National Jewish Conference
Center here, the current is-
sue of the organization's
newsletter has announced.
The Holocaust newsletter
will be issued in conjunction
with the University of
Bridgeport and with "a gen-
erous grant" from the Con-
necticut Humanities Coun-
cil, an affiliate of the
National Endowment for the
Humanities, the NJCC said.

Arthur M. Cohn

At 100, She Joins
BBW for Life

Arthur M. Cohn, co-found-
er and owner of Arthur's
Clothes, a retail men's
clothing store in Detroit,
died Jan. 20 at age 76.
Born in Baltimore, Md.,
Mr. Cohn lived 55 years in
Detroit. He founded his
company in 1925.
He was a member of
Cong. Shaarey Zedek, the
Men's Apparel Club of
Michigan, Michigan Retail-
ers Association, Detroit
Chamber of Commerce, Pis-
gah Lodge of Bnai Brith,
Denby Post of the American
Legion and was active for
many years in efforts for
youth with the Detroit Ama-
teur Baseball Federation.
He resided at 16500 North
Park Dr., Southfield.
He leaves his wife, Etta;
a son, Gerald ; a daughter,
Mrs. Lois Feinberg; one
brother, four sisters and two
granddaughters.

WASHINGTON — Vera
Greenfeld, a 100-year-old re-
tired obstetrician, recently
became a life member of
Bnai Brith Women.
The Russian-born Dr.
Greenfeld has been active in
Jewish service organiza-
tions since emigrating to
California more than 50
years ago.

Volunteers Sought

NEW YORK — Project
Areivim, a volunteer pro-
gram for qualified college
graduates to improve the
Jewish life of Diaspora
communities, is seeking vol-
unteers for one year of serv-
ice.

For information, write
Project Areivim, Room
1350, 15 East 26th St., New
York 10010.

Paper Celebrates

ele

tie gift



BUENOS AIRES (JTA) —
Di Presse, Argentina's only
Yiddish daily newspaper, is
celebrating its 60th anniver-
sary.
The newspaper was found-
ed Jan. 1, 1918 as a journal-
ists and workers coopera-
tive-oriented toward the
Bundists.
It is now a strongly pro-
Israel newspaper and has a
weekly supplement in Span-
ish called Nueva Presencia.

Rally Is Planned

for Jewish Camp

a subscription to

THE JEWISH NE S

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NEN.B iow

THE JEWISH NEWS

17515 W.9 Mile Rd.
Suite 865
Southfield, Mich. 48075

Gentlemen:
Please send gift subscription to:

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Children's Theater

Program Sunday

The Whistle Stop Theatre
will present an original chil-
dren's musical production,
"Professor Pompous and
the Pumpkin Patch, - 2 p.m.
Sunday at the Labor Zionist
Institute.
The program is sponsored
by HaOmer Chapter PiO-
neer Women with proceeds
for Pioneer Women in Is-
rael. There is a charge, and
children under six must be
accompanied by an adult.
There will be refreshments.
For tickets and informa-
tion, call chairman Karen
Berris, 968-8126.

17515 W. NINE MILE ROAD

o wni

A rally on behalf of Camp
Young Judaea will take
place 1 p.m. Sunday in the
home of Dr. and Mrs. Allan
Ash, 13125- Vernon, Hunting-
ton Woods.
The Hadassah-sponsored
camp offers two three-week
sessions, June 21 - July 11
and July 13 - Aug. 2 for
children age nine - 13.
Parents' and children are
invited. Camp slides will be
shown. Refreshments will
be served.
For information, call
Marsha Harris, 355-4350,
Sue Kaufman, 647-4647, or
Marilyn Ash, 398-8097.

Zip Code

Employment

"Employment is nature's
physician, and is essential
to human happiness."
—Galen

Singer Alfred Bounin Dies at 82

Alfred Halpern Bounin, a
former singer and past
president of the Metropol-
itan Detroit Bnai Brith
Council, died Jan. 20 at age
82.
Born in London, England,
Mr. Bounin served with the
Jewish Legion of the British
armed forces in 1917. He
studied music in London
and Italy and toured Europe
and the U.S. as a vocalist,
singing mainly operatic
pieces.
A member of Bnai Brith
since 1935, Mr. Bounin was
president of Pisgah Lodge
and served on many district
and international com-

Sidney Sachs, 63

Sidney Sachs, founder and
owner of Sachs Studios ad-
vertising agency in South-
field, died Jan. 21 at age 63.
Born in Chicago, Ill., Mr.
Sachs founded his company
in 1947. He was a member
of Craftsman Lodge of the
Masons and Crescent Shrine
Club.
He leaves his wife, Mary;
a son, Robert; a daughter,
Mrs. Sherry Dickstein;
three brothers, Dr. Maurice
of Omaha, Neb., Sol and
Theodore; a sister, Mrs.
Harry (Freda) Handelsman
of Sacramento, Calif. ; and
five grandchildren.

Abe Applebaum

Abe Applebaum, • one of
the oldest members of
Cong. Bnai Israel-Beth
Yehudah, died Jan. 19 at
age 80.
Born in Poland, Mr. Ap-
plebaum lived 65 years in
Detroit. He was active in
the real estate field. Mr.
Applebaum was active in
the Rovne r-L achowitcher
Aid Society.- He resided at
23720 Radclift, Oak Park.
He is survived by his wife,
Gertrude; three duaghters,
Mrs. George (Rose) Ben-
nett, Mrs. George (Mollie)
Moore and Mrs. Jerome
(Sylvia) Linderman; a
brother, Moyses Apelbaum
of Brazil; three sisters,
Mrs. Gertrude Simon and
Mirla Cukerman and Roch-
elle Furman, both of Brazil;
six grandchildren and five
great-grandchildren. -

Nettie Newman

Nettie Newman, an active
member of Jewish women's
and benevolent organiza-
tions, died Jan. 19 at age 83.
Bofn in Poland, Mrs.
Newman lived 63 years in
Detroit. She was a past
president of the Jewish
Women's European Welfare
Organization, and a mem-
ber of Women's Bicur Cho-
lem, Bnai Brith, Zedakah
Club, a fourth generation
life member of Hadassah
and an honorary life board
member of the Women of
Jewish National Fund.
She leaves her husband,
Ruben B. ; a son, Albert; a
daughter, Mrs. Irving
(Jeannette) Ross; seven
grandchildren and 14 great-
grandchildren.

mittees. In his later years,
he was an insurance agent.
Mr. Bounin, who resided
at 19100 W. Seven We, De-
troit, leaves a step-daugh-
ter, Chailotte Barrow of
Florida.

M. R. Zuckerstein

Maurice R. Zuckerstein,
chief process engineer for
the Uniroyal Co. for the past
35 years, died Jan. 20.
Born in Cheboygan, Wis.,
Mr. Zuckerstein was a
member of Adat Shalom
Synagogue, Engineering So-
ciety of America and Tik-
vah Lodge of Bnai Brith. He
also was a registered engi-
neer.
He leaves his wife, Gus-
sie; a son, Gary; and a
daughter, Karen of Wash-
ington, D.C.

Sidney Bernstein

Sidney Bernstein, a de-
signer and planner of store
fixtures for the Federal De-
partment Stores, died Jan.
22 at age 66.
Born in New York, Mr.
Bernstein lived 29 years in
Detroit. He worked for Fed-
eral's for about eight years
and was designing store fix-
tures for a private company
at the time of his death. He
resided at 25415 Briar Dr.,
Oak Park.
He is survived by his wife,
Lillian; two sons, Bradford
N. and Lawrence P. of
Pasadena, Calif.; and a sis-
ter, Mrs. Norman (Flor-
ence) Welton of Pennsylva-
nia.

David York Dies

David York, a pharmacist
at the Dearborn Medical
Center, died Jan. 25.
Born in Russia, Mr. York
was graduated from the
City College of Pharmacy
(now Wayne State Univer-
sity School of Pharmacy).
He was a member of Per-
fection Lodge of the Masons
and its head instnictor, a
member of Zager-Stone
Lodge of Bnai Brith, Aescu-
lapian Pharmaceutical
Society, Downtown Syna-
gogue, National Association
of Retail Druggists, Mich-
igan State Pharmaceutical
Society and the Wayne State
University Alumni
Association.
He leaves his wife, Clara;
a brother, Max of Mary-
land; nieces and nephews.
Services 1 p.m. today at Ira
Kaufman Chapel.

Nathan Wiss, 82

Nathan Wiss, a tailor who
was active as an officer in
the Rovner-Lachowitcher
Aid Society, died Jan. 20 at
age 82.
Born in Poland, Mr. Wiss
lived 64 years in Detroit. He
was a member of the He-
brew Benevolent Society
and Bnai Brith. He resided
at 15075 Lincoln, Oak Park.
He is survived by his wife,
Bella; two sons, Abe and
Meyer H. ; a sister, Mrs. Ida
Borkin; eight grandchildren
and four great-grand-
children.

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