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February 29, 1980 - Image 55

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-02-29

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Morton Groner, brother of
Rabbi Irwin Groner of Cong.
Shaarey Zedek, died Feb. 21
in Chicago. He was 62.
He leaves his wife, Men-
nette; three sons, Michael of
Skokie, Ill., Dennis of New
Jersey and Dr. Jeffrey of
Minneapolis; his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Max (Beat-
rice) Groner of Chicago; four
brothers, Rabbi Irwin of
Southfield, Rabbi Benjamin
of New Orleans, Rabbi
Oscar of Washington, D.C.,
and Julius of Chicago; two
sisters, Mrs. Irving (Ruth)
Rosenbaum and Mrs. Irving
(Sarah) Barach, both of
Chicago; and five
grandchildren. Interment
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Chicago.

Samuel Berger,
Former Envoy

WASHINGTON
Samuel D. Berger, former
U.S. ambassador to South
Korea and deputy ambas-
sador in South Vietnam, is
dead at age 68.
During World War II, he
was labor attache to the
U.S. Embassy in London
and was on the White House
staff from 1950 to 1953.
After his tour in Seoul,
Mr. Berger was deputy
commandant for foreign af-
fairs at the National War
College and later as deputy
assistant secretary of state
for Far Eastern affairs.

Morris Surath

Morris H. Surath, foun-
der of the Abbott Supply
Co., later called the Abbott
Chemical Corp., died Feb.
23 at age 72.
Born in Newark, N.J.,
Mr. Surath came to Detroit
in 1936 and founded the
company which he owned
and directed until his death.
He was an avid golfer, a
baseball and basketball
coach for youth teams, and
founder of the Jewish
Community Center Junior
Basketball League.
He was a member of
Pisgah Lodge of Bnai
Brith, Sanitary Research
Associates and the
Greater Detroit Sanitary
Supply Association, of
which he was treasurer.
He resided at 20671 Ken-
sington Ct., Southfield.
Mr. Surath is survived by
his wife, Rose; a son, Don of
Palo Alto, Calif.; a daugh-
ter, Mrs. Alice Genser; a
brother, John; three sisters,
Mrs. Louis (Gertrude)
Schwartz, Mrs. Dan (Bessie)
Wasserman of Lincoln Park
and Mrs. Sarah Slipson; and
four grandchildren.

grandchildren.
eight
Interment Chicago.

• • •

FRANCES MILL, 74,
13651 Allan, Oak Park,
died Feb. 25. Survived by
her husband, Joseph; two
sons, Theodore H. of Palo
Alto, Calif., and Martin of
San Diego, Calif.; a sister,
Mrs. Esther Palter of
Downsview, Ont.; and five
grandchildren.
• • •
FANNY PRINSTEIN,
85, died Feb. 20. She leaves
two sons, Jack and Allen;
two daughters, Mrs. Ben-
jamin S. (Sally) Kott and
Mrs. David (Evelyn)
Levine; two brothers, Eli
Weinstein and Paul Weins-
tein; a sister, Mrs. Isadore
(Lilly) Feigelson of San Di-
ego, Calif.; 10 grand-
children and six great-
grandchildren.

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The Family
of the Late

KEITH LESLIE
GREENER

Our Son
and Brother
Acknowledges with
grateful appreciation
the many kind ex-
pressions of sympathy
extended by relatives
and friends during the
family's recent be-
reavement.

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

T hE I RA

Directors of Funerals

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OBITUARIES

GUSSIE BERKOWITZ,
90, 1200 Wright Ave.,
Alma, died Feb. 23. Sur-
vived by two nephews,
Charles Blair and Edward;
and two nieces, Mrs. Robert
(Josephine) Hock and Mrs.
Ann Lessing.•

ROSE DANTO, 87,
19100 W. Seven Mile, died
Feb. 27. Survived by two
sons, Marvin I. and Paul;
two daughters, Mrs. Lillian
Sachs and Mrs. Gerson
(Elaine) Lacoff; a brother,
Dr. Jack Kritchman; six
grandchildren and four
great-grandchildren.
Sol Lumberg
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Sol Lumberg, a retired at-
NADEL
CLARA
torney, died Feb. 24 at age
FARBER, 82, former De-
74.
troiter of Los Angeles,
William Adelson
A native Detroiter, Mr.
Calif., died Feb. 26. She
William Adelson, retired Lumberg practiced law for
leaves three daughters,
founder and owner of Adel- 50 years, prior to retiring in
Mrs. Richard (Merle) Le-
1976. He was graduated in
son Musical Instrument Ex-
land, Mrs. Albert (Betty)
1923 from the Detroit Col-
change in Detroit, died Feb.
Waxman of New Jersey and
lege of Law.
25 at age 82. •
JUNE
MIRIAM • •
Mrs. Arlene Gutenberg of
He was a member of the
A native Detroiter, Mr.
California; and six REICHSTEIN, 45, former
Adelson founded his com- Michigan Bar Association,
Detroiter of San Antonio,
grandchildren.
pany in 1922 and retired in Mosaic Lodge of the Ma-
Tex., died Feb. 21. She
• •
1979. He was a member of sons, Turover Society,
MORRIS GOLDEN, 81, leaves two brothers, Buhl of
Cong. Beth Shalom, the Cong. Shaarey Zedek and
died Feb. 23. He leaves his San Antonio and Stuart of
Joseph
Cummins,
Downtown Synagogue and was the past chaplain for
wife, Frances; two sisters, Pikesville, Md.; nieces and
Publisher, Dies
Hannah Schloss Old Tim- the Odessa Club.
Mrs. Anna Tennenbaum nephews. Interment De-
He leaves his wife, Lea;
ers.
LOS ANGELES (JTA) — and Mrs. Martha Springer; troit.
He leaves two sons, Dr. two daughters, Mrs. Robert Joseph Jonah Cummins,
two grandchildren and four
A.
HARVEY •
Seymour and Dr. Irwin; five (Marilyn) Segal and Mrs.
editor and publisher of the great-grandchildren.
ROTHENBERG, 61, died
• • •
sisters, Mrs. Yetta Denen- Irving (Judith) Zeidman; a
Bnai Brith Messenger, an
berg, Mrs. Molly Reiss, sister, Mrs. Arthur (Freda)
English-Jewish weekly
ROSE GOLMAN, 79, Feb. 25. He leaves his wife,
Rose, Mrs. Edith Rivkin and Leff; and four grandsons.
since 1929, died Feb. 21 at
died Feb. 27. She leaves her Anna; two sons, Dale of
Mrs. David (Gertrude)
husband,
Jake; three sons, Knoxville, Tenn., and
age 85.
Gray; and five Ahmed Shukairy,
He came to Los Angeles in
Leroy of Los Angeles, Calif., Michael; a daughter., Mrs.
grandchildren.
Sanford of Scottsdale, Ariz., •• Dick (Diana) Lense; two sis-
1923 and acquired the
Ousted PLO Head, California
Jewish Review
and Alvin; a daughter, Mrs. ters, Mrs. Fred (Ethel)
Robert Grund
Foe of Israel
which he merged into the Sherre Gladstone; a sister, Kuhn of Florida and Mrs.
Mrs. Monica Monheit; eight Oscar (Lillian) Fischman of
Robert "Bobby" Grund, a
JERUSALEM — Ahmed Bnai Brith Messenger in
grandchildren and three Chicago;__ and two
sports promoter who was Shukairy, the first head of 1929. In the 1920s he pub-
great-grandchildren. Serv-
elected to the Football Hall the Palestine Liberation lished Jewish papers simul-
MONUMENT CENTER, INC.
ices 11:30 a.m. today at Ira
of Fame in Iowa, died Feb. Organization who once taneously in Los Angeles,
661 E. 8 MILE. FERNDALE
Kaufman Chapel.
23 in Beverly Hills, Fla.
called for "driving the Jews Detroit, Toledo, St. Louis
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1 V2 Blocks E. of Woodward
Born in Des Moines, Iowa, into the sea," as Israel was and Kansas City, directing
6 Blks. from 3 Jewish
Mr. Grund leaves his wife, seeking world support, died the publications from his
SADIE A. GREEN-
Cemeteries on Woodward
Lorene; two daughters, Mrs. Tuesday at age 72.
office here. He served for
FIELD, 89, died Feb. 25.
JO 4-5557
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She leaves two sons, Alvin
Barton (Judy) Siegel of
He was ousted by the PLO several weeks as president
Abraham of Los Angeles,
Bellwood, Ill., and Mrs. Ste- after the Six-Day War, amid of Pisgah Lodge of Bnai
ven (Patty) Ceresnie of charges by the Arab world Brith in Detroit.
Calif., and Willard Ab-
Sidney A. Deitch
raham of Scottsdale, Ariz.; a
Southfield; two brothers, that he failed to coordinate
DETROIT
Throughout his career, he
daughter, Mrs. Louis
Herman and Sam, both of anti-Israel terrorist groups. managed to practice law.
MONUMENT WORKS
(Rochelle) Zuckerman; and
Des Moines; three sisters,
14 441 W. 11 Mile Rd
Mrs. Meyer (Bessie) Levey
Go•dne , twtwo Ceolodge & Groardoeld
Wife, Magda; sons Steven and Jeffrey;
of Oak Park, Mrs. Carl
399 27 1 Eve. 626-0330
Murray Kane
and sister, Tobi Roth
(Sarah) Sokolof of Des
Murray
Kane,
a
men's
Moines and Mrs. Leonard
The Family of the Late
clothing manufacturer's
MONUMENTS BY
(Ida) Soskin of Southfield;
representative, died Feb. 22
and three grandchildren.
at
age
64.
Interment Des Moines.
AND
A native Detroiter, Mr.
Kane was a member and
Acknowledges with grateful appreciation
past master of the Crescent
In Memory of Our
the many kind expressions of sympathy ex-
Beloved
Shrine Club. Mosaic Lodge
tended
by
relatives
and
friends
during
the
of the Masons, Detroit Con-
FINE MONUMENTS
IRWIN RATNER
sistory and Moslem Temple.
family's
recent
bereavement.
14th of Adar
SINCE 1910
He leaves his wife, Mari-
March 12, 1979
134 0 5 CAPITAL at Coolidge
lyn; a son, Jerry; a daugh-
LI 4-2212
OAK PARK
ter, Terry; and his mother,
and
Our
love
Next to Stanley Steamer
memories will never be
Mrs. George (Lena) Kane.
forgotten. Your wife,
The Family of the Late
daughter,
Cornelia;

Ilene; grandchildren
great-
and
grandchildren.

rich

Friday, Febniary 29, 1980 55

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Morton Groner,
Rabbi's Brother

,

Serving the Jewish Community for over 60 years

19800 WOODWARD

(Betw. 7 & 8 Mile)

SAM GORLICK

(owner)

368-3550

grandchildren. Interment
Chicago.
• • •

LESTER WARREN
STERNS, 34, 20350 Rose-

land, Southfield, died Feb.
20. Survived by his parents
Mr. and Mrs. Allen M.
(Esther) Sterns; three
brothers, David M. of San
Diego, Calif., Alvin M. and
Franklin J.; and a sister,
Ms. Judith Rosen.

WE REMEMBER

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MARSHA APPEL
MORRIS BECKMAN
TILLIE COHEN
SARAH COOPER
ABRAHAM EISENMAN
MAX ELIAS
SAMUEL GITTLEMAN
FREIDA GOTTLIEB

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NECHA GOTTLIEB
MANUEL KAPLAN

CELIA KING
BESSIE KUSHNER
MAX LAKER
ELLIS MARKOFSKY
SAMUEL PLOTKIN
EDWARD ROTHENBERG
SARAH SEPPEN
MEYER BAXTER.
EVA BUNIN
ALFRED C. FUNKE
STEVEN B. GOLDSTEIN
MORRIS J. HART
LOUIS KUKES
MENDEL FOSS
MEYER E. REVZIN
ESTHER ROSENFELD
SIMON WATERSTONE
CHAYIM WOLFSON
IDA DAMRAUER
LEON GREENBERG
BESSIE KATZ
HARRY LEVIN
ANN RUBENFAER
NATHAN RUZUMNA
ALFRED WINEMAN
MALKA YASSKY
JOSEPH AUCKER
REBECCA BRESLER
SARAH EIZEN
VOJTECH HABER
MINNIE KAPLAN
LOUIS KASOFF
ISAAC LEVINE
SHABSE Y. LIPSCHUTZ
CHARLES SOLOMON
DAVID APPLEBAUM
SAMUEL BEZNOS

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SARAH LYONS
JACOB NAGLER
SAMUEL NATINSKY
SAMUEL NATINSKY
ABE NUSBAUM
LOUIS PELAVIN
LEO BARTH
CHARLES DRESCHER
ELLIS FRIEDMAN
HAROLD HERMAN
REBECCA KATZER
HARRY RASKIN
RACHEL SCHERR
EVA SHLAKMAN
IRVING L. STERN
JULIUS WASSERMAN
MEYER WEISBERG
ANNE COOPER
BESSIE BASKIN
EMANUEL DANZIG
SADIE DELIN
ESTHER JACOBSON
JACK KAPE
ABRAHAM M. KREPLAK
MEYER NUSBAUM

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