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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-01-23

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

62 Friday, January 23, 1981

40—BUSINESS CARDS

40—BUSINESS CARDS

MOVING CO., INC.

4. PIANO TUNING-REPAIRS
Graduate of "Detroit school for

appliances. Local and State of
.
Michigan.

Laurence Eisenberg

JULIUS ROSS

Custom work, household mov- Piano Technicians"
ing. offices, packing, piano and
Reasonable

357-2674
MR. FIX - IT ALL

,

Rated

398 0721

-

CARPENTRY

The money saver for everything. • Rec Rooms
Install - Repair - Paint - Heat - • Basement Floors Tiled
Insulation - Alarm - Garage • Suspended ceilings
Doors, etc.

TR 1-8575
ANCHOR ACCOUNTING
& TAX SERVICES

installed
• Closet Organizing
• Misc. Repairs
• Custom Formica Work
References
- Very Reasonable

Longtime Congressman Celler Dies, Had Top ARMDI Role

NEW YORK — Emanuel
Celler, a New York Con-
gressman who served a
half-century in the House of
Representatives, died Jan.
15 at age 92.
Born in New York, Celler
was defeated for re-election
by a political unknown,
Elizabeth Holtzman. He
was first elected in 1922

Dr. Israel Efros,
Poet, Educator

TEL AVIV (JTA) — Dr.
Israel Efros, a Hebrew poet
and educator in the United
States and Israel and the
Complete Service -
first rector of Tel Aviv Uni-
Business and Individuals.
CALL RON COHEN
versity, died in Israel at age
Allen Beckerman
661-4576
89.
355-4170
1-4365
Dr. Efros was born in the
C.C. KIRBY CONST.
Ukraine May 28, 1891, and
came to the United States in
METRO WINDOW
Brick, , block, , stone .
1905. He received a docto-
CLEANING AND
Free Estimates
rate from Columbia Uni-
/ HOME CARE
Licensed
versity, founded the Balti-
A rts on aluminum storms,
more Hebrew College and
363 - 9714
Det. floor, furniture cleaning.
Training School in 1918 and
:; washing, custom painting,
PAINTER & DECORATOR
was its dean until 1928:
,rior-exterior.
Outside & inside. Homes &
He later was professor of
541-0278
commercial.
Hebrew at the University of
Reasonable Prices
CCOUNTING &
Buffalo from 1929 to 1941,
Please Call Me
when he came to Hunter
TAX SERVICE
Sam the Painter
College in New York City.
642 - 0337
While at Hunter he also
HERBERT GUBOW
taught Jewish philosophy
PAINTING
and Hebrew literature at
557.5143

in
College
Dropsie
Ceiling & wall repairs &
Philadelphia. He was also
wallpapering. References
president of the Histadrut
& written guarantee.
Ivrit of America.
Installation & Service
In 1955, Dr. Efros moved
453 9475 or 941 8524
to Tel Aviv after being ap-
.R.S. SERVICE CO., INC.
pointed rector of Tel Aviv
Our Classified Ads
University, a post he held
356 - 3191
Get Fast Results
until 1959. He later became
53—ENTERTAINMENT
honorary president of the
Furnaces, -
university. Dr. Efros was
Humidifiers,
VERSATILE sophisticated party
co-author of a Hebrew-
music.
272-7586.
Air Cleaners
English dictionary and the
author of many books of
Alan R. Sukenic,
poetry and philosophy. He
Licensed Contractor
received several Jewish and
NEW YORK — Martin Israeli literary awards.

HEATING

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Executive Ends
His UJA Career

INCOME TAX

associate
Peppercorn,
Archie Moore
executive vice chairman of
the United Jewish Appeal,
- Archie A. Moore, retired
has retired after 34 years of owner of Nu-Beauty Clean-
ers in Centerline, died Jan.
service.
545 - 7707
Peppercorn coordinated 18 at age 72.
Born in Poland, Mr.
UJA's program to increase
Call One For All
and upgrade major cam- Moore owned his business
C & R MAINTENANCE
paign gifts. He was execu- for 20 years. He retired in
Carpentry, Electrical, Plumbing.
tive liaison for the $100,000 • 1978. He was a member of
Garbage disposals installed — $69.
minimum "Hineni Commit- the Furniture Club and
Rec Rooms. Reasonable.
tee," played a leading role in Cong. Beth Achim.
He leaves his wife,
the planning and im-
557 2497
plementati'on of yearly Mildred; two daughters,
Tired of paying high prices
Mrs. Ronald (Sheila) Stone
Prime Minister's Missions.
and Mrs. David (Linda)
for home repairs?
Moscow of Glencoe, Ill.; two
Carpentry — plumbing
brothers,
Harry and Sam of
ceramic tile — painting.
(OBITUARIES
Los Angeles, Calif.; two sis-
ters, Mrs. Robert (Gertrude)
(Continued from Page 63)
758 6942
Berman and Mrs. Isadore
brothers, Abe Weintrobe of (Faye) Perlman; and five
IMBIMIMINUNIIMINIOSIBII•111111 1151
Flint and Harry of Wein- grandchildren.
I DISCOUNT PRICES I trobe of Oak Park; two sis-
1
1
Mrs. Annie Michlin L.E. Weingarden
1 FOR THE WINTER SEASON 1 ters,
and Mrs. Max (Lillian)
Lawrence E. Weingar-
1 Kanarek of Menlo Park,
1
den, retired furniture store
Custom
interior
and
I
I
Calif.; and five
owner, died Jan. 18 at age
I exterior PAINTING, 1 grandchildren. Graveside
70.
services
10:30
a.m.
today
at
1
I WALLCOVERING,
A native Detroiter, Mr.
Hebrew Memorial Park.
DRYWALL & PLAS-
Weingarden
was the former
.
,,
1
1 .
owner of Mars Furniture,
1
1 TER WORK.
for-
ROSE WYMAN,
and Leonard
1 Quick service, excel - I merly of Pontiac, now of Mars-Zenith
Furniture. He retired in
II
Lauderhill,
Fla.,
died
Jan.
1
1972. He was the secretary
lent workmanship and
I the finest references. I 20. She leaves two sons, of the Furniture Club.
p Morrey of Pontiac and
He leaves his wife, Ethel;
I
r George of Lauderhill; a two daughters, Janet and
1 daughter, Mrs. Leo (Char- Mrs. Daniel (Bonnie) Glass;
' 1
lotte) Goldberg of Tucson, a brother, Harry; two sis-
1 Ariz.; seven grandchildren ters: Mrs. Nathan (Esther)
774 - 3341 days
and seven great-grand- Katz and Mrs. Fae Marbell
1
0127
evenings
.
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I children. Interment De- of Chicago, Hi. •
trout. - , - •
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Consultation and
Preparation
Reliable. Reasonable.

-

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HERCHEL '
1
1

during the administration
of Warren G. Harding.
He became chairman of
the House Judiciary Com-
mittee in 1949 and, except
for the years when Republi-
cans controlled the House,
held the post from then on.

In 1957, he wrote and
promoted the first com-
prehensive rights legisla-
tion enacted by Congress
in 82 years. He was the
author of the more com-
prehensive 1960 Civil
Rights Act, and in Feb-
ruary 1964, he guided to
passage for the Johnson
Administration a law re-
taining nearly all the
elements of a draft that
President Kennedy had
submitted the year be-
fore.

man of the American Red



Magen David for Israel
(ARMDI) for 30 years. He
was chairman of ARMDI
at his death.

In a biography prepared
by the ARMDI office in New
York, Mr Celler was de-
scribed as a proponent of
Zionism since he read
Herzl's "Jewish State"
when he was 25.

He said the most memor-
able event in his life was the
time he stood beside
President Truman when the
President telephoned
Israeli ambassador to L.
United States to say "I have
the honor of recognizing Is-
rael as an independent sov-
ereign state."

He was graduated from
Columbia University in
1910 and Columbia Law
School in 1912.
Over the years, Mr. Celler
conducted a variety of in-
vestigations. Among the
subjects: insurance com-
panies, organized baseball,

Mr. Celler had been a di-
EMANUEL CELLER
the steel industry and tele- rector of the Brookdale
Hospital Center in Brook-
vision.
Known for his brashness, lyn and a trustee of the
which abated in later years, Oscar Strauss Memorial
Mr. Celler once commented Fund. He had been a
that American policy in the member of the. American
Middle East amounted to Jewish Congress, the
"Suezcide." American Jewish Commit-
Mr. Cellar was chair- tee and Bani Brith.

Zeldah Demont

AEC Chairman Lilienthal Dies

Zeldah 0. Demont, a
NEW YORK — David Li-
member of Jewish religious
lienthal, first chairman of
and secular organizations,
the Atomic Energy Com-
died Jan. 15 at age 84. '
mission, died Jan. 14 at age
A native Detroiter, Mrs.
81.
Demont made her home in
A graduate of DePauw
Illinois for the past eight
and Harvard Universities,
years. She resided in Ar- Mr: Lilienthal practiced law
lington Heights, Ill., at the
in Chicago until 1931, when
time of her death.
he was appointed Wiscon-
She was a member of sin's public utilities com-
Cong. Shaarey Zedek,
missioner, a post held for
Brandeis University Na-
two years.
tional Women's Committee
He was one of three di-
and was a life member of the
rectors appointed to the
Sinai Hospital Guild. She
Tennessee Valley
was active in efforts on be-
Authority when it was
half of the Mo'os Hitim
created in 1933 by
drive.
President Franklin D.
She leaves a son, Cyrus of Roosevelt. He was ap-
Schaumburg, Ill.; a daugh-
pointed to new terms in
ter, Mrs. Dawn Levine of
1936 and 1945.
San Francisco, Calif.; four
Mr. Lilienthal served as
brothers, Morton Smith of •chairman of the TVA from
Southfield, Abraham Smith
1941 to 1946.
of Detroit, David Smith of
After World War II, he
West Bloomfield and Irving
helped write what came to
Smith of Pikesville, Md.;
two sisters, Mrs. Harry
(Fann) Srere and Mrs.
Tubie (Gertrude) Resnik,
both of Southfield; and four
J„oseph Greenberg, an
grandchildren. Interment
engineer and surveyor who
Detroit.
was a leader in concrete
highway construction, died
Jan. 15 at age 95.
Ann G. Sherman, a
He was an assistant to
member of Bay City's Tem-
George A. Dingman, chief
ple Israel and its sisterhood,
engineer of the Wayne
died Jan. 14 at age 76.
County Road Commission,
Born in Riga, Latvia,
from 1910 to 1914, and was
Mrs. Sherman lived most of
hired by the Hiram Walker
her life in Bay City. She was
Distillery Co. in Walker-
a member of Hadassah.
ville, Ont., to work on the
She is survived by two
construction of concrete
sons, Robert and Donald A.
roads within the firm's
of .Essexville; a brother,
complex.
Rivus M. Lutren; and four
Mr. Greenberg later op-
grandchildren.
erated his own firm until his
retirement 17 years ago.
Among the construction
projects on which he served
NEW YORK —The death
as a technical expert and
of Lady Edith Wolfson on
surveyor were Cong.
Jan. 7 was reported here
Shaarey Zedek's first
this week. A resident of Re-
synagogue in 1919. He later
hovot, Israel, Lady Edith
was an adviser for the build-
was buried in London.
ing of the congregation-
when it moved to South-
field.
PHILADELPHIA — Ale-
Mr. Greenberg helped
xander Wilf, who fought for
found the Machpelah
the liberation of Israel, died
Cemetery Association and
Dec. 21 at age 76.
was a member of Cong.

DAVID LILIENTHAL

be known as the Acheson-
Lilienthal Report, named
for its principal authors
Undersecretary Dean
Acheson and Lilienthal,
and was the basis for sub-
sequent international
planning on atomic energy
control.
He served as chairman of
the AEC from 1946 to 1950.

Joseph Greenberg Dies,
Leader in Highway Building

Ann Sherman

Shaarey Zedek, Zionist
Organization of America,
Michigan Engineering
Society, Michigan Associa-
tion of Civil Engineers,
Land Surveyors in Private
Practice and the Michigan
Society of Registered Land
Surveyors.
He leaves his wife, Ida; a
son, Maurice of Granad
Hills, Calif.; and a sisi
Mrs. Charles (Rita) Bei. Jill
of Bay Harbor Island, Fla.

James Salle

James H. Salle, former
city engineer for Madison
Heights, died Jan. 11.
A retired professional
civil engineer, Mr. Salle
made his home in Palo Alto,
Calif., at the time of his
death.
He is survived by his wife,
Dorothea; two sons,
Leonard M. and Donald A.;
two brothers, Joseph and
Louis; two sisters, Anne and
Mary; and seven
grandchildren. Interment
California.

Lady Wolfson

Alexander Wilf

,

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