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February 17, 1978 - Image 47

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-02-17

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

JDC Official Arnulf Pins
Dies, Led Mideast Region

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Dr. Arnulf M. Pins, director
for the Middle East Region
of the Joint Distribution
Committee and associate
director of JDC-Israel, died
Feb. 8 at age 51.
As Middle East regional
director, Dr. Pins concen-
trated mainly on JDC prog-
rams in Iran. In Israel he
helped administer a variety
of programs on behalf of the
aged, handicapped children
and adults, mental health
programs, community
er activities and man-
er training.
He also served as chair-
man of ESHEL, the Associ-
ation for the Planning and
Development of Services for
the Aged in Israel, which is
developing a network of
homes and community ser-

OBITUARIES

.

vices for the aged in Israel.

Dr. Pins, who joined
the JDC staff in January
1975, devoted his lifetime
to Jewish communal
causes. Social worker,
teacher and adminis-
trator, he served as
executive secretary of the
Conference on Jewish
Material Claims Against
Germany and the Memo-
rial Foundation for
Jewish Culture. Prior to
that he was executive di-
rector of the Council on
Social Work Education
and was director of per-
sonnel and training for
the National Jewish Wel-
fare Board.

GRACE (GENZBURG)
ASNIN, 19100 W. Seven

(Arlene)
Klein;
two
brothers, Edsel Williams of
Mile, died Feb. 13. She Windsor and Benjamin
leaves a son, Paul Bihary; a Williams; a sister, Mrs.
sister, Mrs. Herbert (Doris) Dora Dorfman; and three
Saul of Brooklyn, N.Y.; and grandsons.
-
* * *
two granddaughters.
granddaughters.
SIDNEY ISRAEL, 65, of
* * *
Hartland, Mich., died Feb.
MANUEL BERMAN, 10. He leaves three
55, former Detroiter of brothers, Henry, Leslie and
North Hollywood, Calif., Nathan; and five sisters,
died Feb. 11. He leaves his Mrs. Joseph (Faye) Gross,
wife, Margaret; a son, Mrs. Isaac (Bernice)
Michael of Phoenix, Ariz.; a Samsky, Mrs. Zola (Rae)
daughter, Mrs. Richard Beck, Mrs. Benjamin (Syl-
(Sharon) Agopian of Shaker via) Blum of North Miami
Heights, Ohio; a brother, Beach, Fla., and Mrs. Earl
Seymour of Potomac, Md.; (Freda) Boman.
* * *
and a sister, Mrs. Leonard
(Lois) Posner of Southfield.
ESTHER KRAVETZ,
In Israel, Dr. Pins was Interment Detroit.
93, died Feb. 13. She leaves
*
*
consultant for the Israel As-
a son, Dr. Manuel; a daugh-
sociation of Schools of Social
WILLIAM A. EDELS- ter, Mrs. Harold (Shirley)
Work, the Paul Baerwald TEIN, 71, died Feb. 12. He Rosenthal of Coral Gables,
School of Social Work at the leaves his wife, Bessie; a Fla.; a sister in Israel, seven
Sara J. Curtis
Hebrew University and the
Sara J. Curtis, -a sales- Israel Ministry of Social son, Arnold Lawrence; grandchildren and eight
woman for the Juliet Shops, Welfare. He was visiting three daughters, Mrs. great-grandchildren.
* * *
women's ready-to-wear, professor at the Hebrew Harold (Thelma) Reisler,
Mrs.
William
(Audrey)
died Feb. 15 at age 82.
MAX IRA LANDGAR-
University and helped the
Born in Dayton, Ohio, JDC establish the Dr. Farber and Mrs. Caren TEN, 58, 26261 Raine, Oak
Mrs. Curtis lived 55 years in Joseph J. Schwartz program Cooke; a brother, Benjamin; Park, died Feb. 9. Survived
Detroit. She was a member for training community a sister, Mrs. Stanley by two brothers, Louis and
(Ethel) Macuga; and six Nathan of Los Angeles,
of Bloch-Rose Auxiliary of center directors in Israel.
grandsons.
Jewish War Veterans, and
Calif.; and two sisters, Mrs.
* * *
Howard (Marion) Guttman
worked with Detroit Elec-
JEANETTE LAURA and Mrs. Martin (Sylvia)
tion Commission for many Ruben Grevnin
FEINBLATT, 65, 14281 Messer.
years as volunteer until she
Ruben Grevnin, presi- W. Lincoln, Oak Park, died
* * *
was retired at age 65.
dent
and owner of Eagle Feb. 10. Survived by two
HARRY LEIPSITZ, 57,
She leaves two daughters,
Mrs. Jules (Shirley) Kaplan Steel Co. in Ecorse, died sons; Herschel and Alfred J. 21311 Kenosha, Oak Park,
of Sinsbury, Conn.; two died Feb. 13. Survived by
and Mrs. Jack (Jean) Gold; Feb. 4 at age 83.
Born in Russia, Mr. brothers, Abe M. Fergal and his wife, Alicia; a son, Mark;
three brothers, four sisters;
seven grandchildren and Grevnin lived 60 years in Edward Fergal; and three a daughter, Margaret; two
one great-grandson. Ser- Detroit. He was vice presi- grandchildren.
brothers, Dr. Louis and
* * *
vices 10 a.m. today at Ira dent of Yeshivath Beth
Joseph Linder; three sis-
Yehudah
for
many
years,
a
STELLA FEINGOLD, ters, Mrs. Milton (Bernice)
Kaufman Chapel.
former officer at Cong. Bnai 84, 22325 W. Eight Mile, Singer, Mrs. Harry (Mar-
and a member of the Detroit, died Feb. 9. Sur- ion) Mendelsohn and Mrs.
Jack Abramson David
Hebrew Benevolent Soci- vived by a son, Norman G.; David (Tillie) Kaufman.
Jack Abramson, presi- ety. He resided at 24446 three grandchildren and
* * *
dent of Metal Industries, Martha Washington, two great-grandchildren.
HERMAN
LITVIN, 76,
* * *
Inc., in Southfield, died Feb. Southfield.
died
Feb.
14.
He
leaves his
9 at age 52.
He is survived by his wife,
EDITH GIBBS, 72, 6781
A native Detroiter, Mr. Pauline F.; and a daughter, Leslee Crest, West Bloom- wife, Selma; three
Abramson was president of Rochelle Lea. Interment field, died Feb. 14. Survived daughters, Mrs. Harold
(Anita) Katz, Mrs. Irwin
the Detroit Metal Dealers Jerusalem.
by a daughter, Mrs. Sheldon (Lillian) Maniloff and Mrs.
Association in 1956, a
Edward (Evelyn) Mayer;
- member of Cong. Bnai
two sisters, Mrs. Joseph
David and the Jewish War
(Dorothy) Bienenstock and
Veterans and served in the
Mrs. Elizabeth Penfil; nine
U.S. Army. He resided at
Our love and appreciation, to our many
grandchildren and three
24636 Lafayette Cir.,
great-grandchildren.
friends, for the many - kindnesses shown us
Southfield.
* * *
when
we
lost
our
dear
husband,
father
and
He is survived by two
HELEN
MEYERS, 72,
sons, Andrew and Leonard
grandfather.
15200
Kenton,
Oak Park,
A.; a daughter, Mrs. Gary
We are very grateful to the community to
died Feb. 10. Survived by
(Judith) Oppenheim; his
which we had given so much devotion in 50
her husband, Charles; a
mother, Mrs. Sarah Abram-
years of dedicated services.
daughter, Mrs. Charles (Es-
son; a brother, Sheldon; and
telle) Baker; five grandchil-
MRS. PHILIP (HELEN) CUTLER
a sister, Mrs. Max (Evelyn)
dren and two great-
Parker.
AND FAMILY
grandchildren.
* * *
Irving Fidelman

She leaves a son, Myron W.;
a brother, Yearl Schwarz of
San Diego, Calif.; six sis-
ters, Mrs. Nathan J. (Rose)
Wrubel, Mrs. Reuben (He-
len) Glazer, Mrs. Philip
(Pearl) Muroff of Windsor,
Mrs. Victor (Alfreada)
Blank, Ann Schwartz and
Lorraine Schwartz, and
three grandchildren.
* * *

JESSIE ROBINS, 55,
died Feb. 12. She leaves her
husband, Morton; a son,
Edward G. Wilson; two
daughters, Mrs. Paul (Ar-
lene) Prey and Mrs. Carol
Rutter; a brother, Abraham
Loefsky of California; a sis-
ter, Mrs. Harry (Mildred)
Kritzer of Van Nuys, Calif.;
and five grandchildren.
* * *

DOROTHY MILLER,

The Family of the Late

MARTIN IWREY

Acknowledges with grateful apprecia-
tion the many kind expressions of sym-
pathy extended by relatives and friends
during the family's recent bereavement

56, former Detroiter of Los
Angeles, Calif., died Feb.
14. Survived by her hus-
band, Hal; a son, Howard; a
brother, Hal Kaley; a sister,
Mrs. Louis (Eleanor) Gor-
don of Hallandale, Fla.; and
two grandchildren. Inter-
ment Los Angeles.
* * *
_

ESTHER E. NOVITZ,

70, 29385 Chatham Ct.,
Southfield, died Feb. 10.

74, died Feb. 9. She leaves
her husband, Max M.; a son,
Judge Lawrence D.; two
daughters, Mrs. Donald
(Geraldine) Snider and Mrs.
Selden (Maureen)
Schwartzberg of Hollywood,
Fla.; a brother, Morris
Lezerson; a sister, Mrs.
Chailes (Charlotte) Abram;
seven grandchildren and
two great-grandchildren.

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DAVID ANDREW
WEISS, 68, 14111 Win-

chester, Oak Park, died Feb.
9 in Margate, Fla. Survived
by his wife, Bertha; a
daughter, Mrs. Alexander
(Barbara) Schleifer; a
brother, Emerich; two sis-
ters, Mrs. Samuel (Ilona)
Kleinfeld and Mrs. Jacob
(Maria) Ganz of Mexico
City, Mexico; and two
grandchildren.
* * *

MARGUERITE A.
WIENER, 84, 2345 Oxford

Ave., Berkley, died Feb. 15.
Survived by a cousin, Irene
Kelter.

WE REMEMBER

During the coming

week Yeshivath
Beth Yehudah will
observe the Yahr-
zeits of the follow-
ing departed
friends, with the
traditional Memo-
rial Prayers, recita-
tion of Kaddish
and Studying of
Mishnavos.

FREDA SILVERMAN,

THANK YOU ..

Irving Fidelman, owner
a -4 operator of Fidelman's
rt in South Haven, died
to. 13 at age 73.
Mr. Fidelman organized
the South Haven Chapter of
Men's and Women's Bnai
Brith. In 1966 he was ap-
pointed a member of the
Michigan Public Health
Commission.
He was a member of the
Anti-Defamation League of
Bnai Brith, the South
Haven Chamber of Com-
merce, First Hebrew Con-
gregation in South Haven
and the Kiwanis.
He is survived by his wife,
Sheila; four sons, Barry .,
Michael, Alan and Charles;
and a sister.

Friday, February 11, 1918 47

(Betw. 7 & 8 Mile)

AGAR 1 FEB.
ELIZABETH BUSHKIN
12 19
CLARA EISENBERG
12 19
12 19
LENA FARBER
__
12 19
A.H. GRACE
12 19
DAVID GROSSMAN
12 19
ISADORE KRAMER
SOLOMON LAPINSKY
12 19
12 19
JENNIE OZADOVSKY
12 19
MORRIS ROSEN
12 19
SAMUEL TECHNER
13 20
ABRAHAM BERKOWITZ
RABBI JOSEPH EISENMAN 13 20
KALMAN
SOLOMON FLORENCE
13 20
ISADORE WALTER GOLDEN 13 20
13 20
SIMCHA KLEINEMUS
• 13 20
KARL LOEWENSTEIN
13 20
FANNIE ROSENTHAL
13 20
IRVING ZEFF
14 21
MARSHA APPEL
14 21
TILLIE COHEN
14 21
SARAH COOPER
14 21
ABRAHAM EISENMAN
14 21
FREIDA GOTTLIEB
14 21
NECHA GOTTLIEB
14 21
CELIA KING
14 21
BESSIE KUSHNER
14 21
MAX LAKER
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ELLIS MARKOFSKY
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SAMUEL PLOTKIN
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SARAH SEPPEN
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MEYER BAXTER
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EVA BUNIN
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ESTHER FAGEN
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ALFRED C. FUNKE
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