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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-06-20

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Harry Blatnikoff

Avraham Halfi

Harry Blatnikoff, a man-
ufacturer's representative
for ladies ready-to-wear,
died June 18 at age 92.
Born in Russia, Mr. Blat-
nikoff was the oldest living
member of Mosaic Lodge of
the- Masons.
He leaves a daughter-in-
law, Mrs. Faye Schwartz; a
sister, Mrs. Joseph (Bertha)
Friedman; two
grandchildren and four
great-grandchildren.

TEL AVIV (JTA) — Av-
raham Halfi, a veteran
actor on the Israeli stage,
died recently at age 74.
He was one of the found-
ers of the Ohel Theater and
later joined the Chamber
Theater with which he re-
mained until his death. He
also wrote and published
songs and books of poetry.

raeli School,
butz Combine
on Energy Project

HAIFA — Haifa Univer-
sity's Applied Scientific Re-
search Co. has developed a
promising pilot-project on
conserving energy, which
proposes to maintain living
standards and reduce
environmental hazards at
the same time.
The company will operate
the energy project in con-
junction with Kibutz Beit-
Hashita, one of the larger
agro-industrial kibutzim in
Israel. In addition to coor-
dinating the project, the
university staff will work
directly on its economic and
biological aspects.
The project will use
Kibutz Beit-Hashita as a
model for other agro-
industrial settlements;
through recycling of waste
and implementation of solar
energy, the kibutz will op-
erate its factories, work its
fields, and provide for
domestic consumption on a
self-sufficient system of
energy resources.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Jacob Talmon, Israeli Historian

JERUSALEM — Prof.
Jacob L. Talmon, a Hebrew
University historian, died
June 16 at age 64.
Prof. Talmon was known
in Europe and the U.S. as an
authority on the evolution
of totalitarian ideologies
and the distortions of
democracy from the French
Revolution onward.

MAXWELL LEWIS

It is a year since we lost you. You are not
forgotten loved one. As long as life and_mem-
ory last, We will remember thee.
We miss you now, our hearts are sore. As
time goes by we miss you more. Your loving
smile, your gentle face, No o'ne can fill your
vacant place. Yout wife, Shirley
Your children, Barbara Loren
Snyder, Dr. Michael Lewis
Your grandchildren, Robert and
Randy Loren and Keith Lewis

IN MEMORIAM

The HEBREW BENEVOLENT SOCIETY (Ch-
esed Shel Emes) remembers their departed
Board Members, whose Yorzeit is observed in the
month of Tammuz.

SAM NELSON

BEN COHEN

Pres. 1941, 1942,
1947, 1949
11th of Tammuz
June 25th

20th of Tammuz
July 4th

ABE MILLER

24th of Tammuz
July 8th

He was educated at the
Hebrew University, the
Sorbonne and the London
School of Economics. He
was a visiting fellow at Ox-
ford and at the Institute for
Advanced Study in Prince-
ton, N.J., a visiting lecturer
at Columbia University and
a visiting professor at the
Massachusetts Institute of
Technology.

He also lectured at West
European universities and
was a visiting member of
the Netherlands Institute
for, Advanced Study at Was-
senaar.

Arthur 0. Weiss

Dr. Edward Stern

Arthur
0.
Weiss,
president and founder of the
Feather-Lite Manufactur-
ing Co., aluminum building
products, died June 18 at
age 55.
Born in Rochester, N.Y.,
Mr. Weiss lived 50 years in
Detroit. He was the
president of the firirTfor the
past 20 years.
He leaves a son, William;
a daughter, Elizabeth; his
mother, Mrs. Hyman
(Anne) Weiss of Miami,
Fla.; two brothers, Milton of
Flint and Bernard of Mait-
land, Fla.; and a sister, Mrs.
Rosalie Almborg of De-
nmark.

Dr. Edward A. Stern, a
physician in Detroit for 50
years, died June 13 in Bay
Harbor Island, Fla. He was
80.
Dr. Stern was commander
of the Julius Rosenwald
Post of the American
Legion. He was a longtime
member of Adat Shalom
Synagogue, prior to retiring
to Florida 12 years ago. He
was graduated from the
University of Michigan
Medical School in 1924.
Dr. Stern is survived by
his wife, Edythe; two sons,
Dr. Joesph of West Bloom-
field and Paul of Southfield;
a daughter, Ruth Krass of
Westlake, Ohio; two
brothers, Dr. Leonard of
Plantation, Fla., and Meyer
of Miami Beach, Fla.; two
sisters, Mildred Weiss and
Beatrice Newmark, both of
Deerfield Beach, Fla.; eight
grandchildren and two
great-grandsons. Inter;
mendt Florida.

Staunch Zionist and philanthropist died unexpectedly April 2-6,
leaving a legacy of love and devotion that those around him will
never forget. A successful and respected businessman in the
community for almost three decades, those who Alex numbered
among his friends knew that Alex Grosinger was 'a tower of
strength and goodwill and could be counted upon for his assis-
tance, both moral and material, no matter the situation.

In Memoriam

Mr. Grosinger, born in Romania fifty-nine years ago, came to the
United States in 1948 after having been a slave laborer under
Nazi rule. After the war he was allowed to attend the University of
Debrecen where he attained the degree of Juris Doctor, complet-
ing the normally four year curriculum in about one-half the time.
This- at a time when few, if any, Jews were permitted to pursue
higher education. He practiced law in his native country until
labeled an "'agitator" by the communist regime in Romania and
was forceed to emigrate to Peru where he, in a matter of weeks
rose to manage a large textile factory before finally being
allowed to settle in America. Aside froM his dedication to his
family and the State of Israel, Alex Grosinger was Known for his
frequent and generous contributions to charities and causes of all
kinds

In Loving Memory
of Our Father

ALEX
STERN

Who passed away
June 17, 1975. Sadly
missed and forever in
our hearts. His loving
children, grandchildren
and great-grandchil-
dren.

CARDS OF THANKS

The Family
of the Late

ROSE
FRANK

He leaves a wife Norma, sons Mark and Leslie, a daughter Ilona,
a granddaughter Nicole, a brother Emery and a son-in-law Max
who together carry on the business he founded.

Acknowledges with
grateful appreciation
the many kind ex-
pressions of sympathy
extended by relatives
friends during the
ily's recent be-
reavement.

Alexander Grosinger was a man of deepest conviction who,
while possessing a mind of the sort which inspired awe in those
around him, also possessed a sense of principle which corn-
manded their highest respect as well. Alexander Grosinger's
death is notable not only in that it is a grievous loss to his family
and friends, but also to those who never had the opportunity to
come in contact with him, for he was a truly rare man and will be
sorely missed.

Wit

The Family
of the Late

RUTH
HALBERG

Friday, June 20, 1980 63

Rabbi Bernard Bamberger, 76

NEW YORK (JTA) —
Rabbi Bernard J. Barn-
berger, former president of
the Central Conference of
American Rabbis and the
World Union for Progress-
ive Judaism, died June 14 at
age 76.
Rabbi Bamberger, who
was also a former president
of the Synagogue Council of
America, was rabbi of Tem-
ple Shaaray Tefila, one of
New York City's oldest Re-
form synagogues, from 1944
until his retirement in
1971.
As a scholar Bamberger

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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.

TAMMUZ JUNE
JOSEPH KAPLAN
8 22
MAE KLEE
8 22
SARAH LEVIN
8 22
AUGUSTA MERMELSTEIN
8 22
JOSEPH MILLER
8 22
ISAAC ROSNER
8 22
LOUIS BERKOWER
9 23
.ETHEL GOLDBERG
9 23
MENDEL GORDON
9 23
MIRIAM HAAS
9 23
FAY GOLDMAN LEVY
9 23
MORRIS S. WAYNE
9 23
PHILIP YAKER
9 23
EUGENE M. ZACK
9 23
ANNA BERENT
10 24
TIBY BURNSTINE
10 24
BERTHA KASHTAN
10 24
MAURICE BORDELOVE
10 24
BENJAMIN CHERNOFF
10 24
HYMAN D. DORMAN
10 24
BERTHA HARBOR
10 24
DAVE STEIN
11 25
SAMUEL ARONOFF
11 25
SOL NATHAN BLOCH
11 25
SAMUEL GOREN
11 25
SARAH GREENBAUM - 11 25
NATHAN KORMAN
11 25
SOPHIA SAULSON '
11 25
MARGARET SELIK
11 25
ROSE STOLER
11 25
RACHEL WROTSLAVSKY
11 25
NATHAN ZABLUDOVSKY
11 25
CELIA TEREBELO
12 26
FLORENCE EGLAR
12 26
ANNA GINSBERG
12 26
MARION LAVEN
12 26
HYMAN MANDELBAUM
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NOCHUM ROSENBERG
12 26
SYLVIA SCHNEIDER
12 26
JACK SILVERMAN
12 26
CHAIM Z. STRAUSS
12 26
VICTOR S. ASELROAD
13 27
ROSE COOPER
13 27
YETTA FRIEDMAN
13 27

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