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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-08-13

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Samuel Gaber of ADL Dies

PHILADELPHIA (JTA) tee. He was the director of
— Samuel Lewis Gaber, the Jewish Federation of
formerly longtime Pennsyl- Greater Kingston, N.Y.
vania - West Virginia - De-
An honor graduate of the
HARRY COHEN, 72, of
laware regional director of University of Pennsylvania Southfield, died Aug. 9.
the Anti-Defamation School of Education, Mr. Survived by his wife, Mary;
League of Bnai Brith, died Gaber was named a Fels a son, James M.; two daugh-
July 30 at age 67. He headed Scholar at the University of ters, Mrs. Norman (Susan)
ADL's Palm Beach County, Pennsylvania's Institute of Levitin and Mrs. Richard
Fla., office at the time of his Local and State Govern- (Jane) Miller of Shaker
death.
ment and a Fulbright Heights, Ohio; a sister, Mrs.
A native Philadelphian, Scholar for Adult Education Celia Wexler of Los
Mr. Gaber headed the ADL in The Netherlands.
Angeles, Calif.; and 10
Philadelphia office since he
grandchildren.
He
received
a
master's
joined the human relations
* * *
degree in human relations
agency in 1964.
SOL COHEN, 80, of the
after-World War II, he from the University _of Bronx, N.Y., died Aug. 8.
was cultural consultant for Pennsylvania, where he Survived by a son, Bernard
Germany and Austria for later served on the faculty Kane of New York; two
the American Jewish Joint as an instructor.
daughters, Wilma Pinckney
1-ibution Committee
In 1973, Mr. Gaber be- of New York and Mrs.
3erved as administra- came the first recipient of Gerald (Elaine) Laker of
tive 'director of the Board of ADL's annual Milton Birmingham; 10
Education and Culture, a Senn Award for Profes- grandchildren and two
tripartite agency consisting sional Excellence. In great grandchildren.
of the JDC, the Central 1975, he was named a Interment New York.
Committee of Liberated member of the Legion of
* * *
Jews and the Jewish Honor of Philadelphia's
ESTHER
Agency for Palestine.
Chapel of the Four Chap- of Southfield, FRIEDMAN,
died Aug. 9.
Mr. Gaber also worked lains in recognition of his Survived by two sons, Dr.
interfaith
achievements.
with the displaced per-
Mr. Gaber was vice David and Dr. Joseph H.;
sons branch of the U.S.
president
of the Association five brothers, Samuel
Army of Occupation, the
of
Jewish
Community Rela- Wolok, Leon Wolock, Sol Z.
United Nations Relief
Wolack, Nathan Wolok and
and Rehabilitation Ad- tions Workers, secretary- Henry Wolok; two sisters,
treasurer
of
the
Pennsyl-
ministration and its suc-
Mrs. Bessie Edelman and
cessor, the International vania Jewish Community Mrs. Tilly Rose; seven
Relations Conference and grandchildren and seven
Relief Organization.
He was a former member secretary of the Pennsyl- great-grandchildren.
of the field staff of the vania Equal Rights Coun-
* * *
American Jewish Congress cil.
SIDNEY GOLD, 76,
and the national staff of the
former Detroiter of North
Gartenberg,
American Jewish Commit-
Miami Beach, Fla., died
Journalist Dies
Aug. 5. He leaves a son,
Children Aided
RIO DE JANEIRO (JTA) Harvey of Southfield; a
in Own Homes
— Alfred Gartenberg, a daughter, Mrs. Murray
NEW YORK (JTA) — lawyer and a journalist, has (Ina) Pitt of West Bloom-
field; a brother, Joseph
. The president of a major died at age 84.
Goldberg of Detroit; two sis-
Born
in
Vienna,
he
and
Jewish child care agency in
New York City has reported his Brazilian-born wife, ters, Anne Goldberg and
that more than half of the Sabine, fled Austria when it Mrs. Edward (Rose) Gold,
2,514 children served in was conquered by Nazi both of Detroit; and five
1981 by the agency re- Germany. The couple came grandchildren. Interment
mained in their own homes to Brazil during World War Detroit.
* * *
receiving various forms of II. Their only son died in
SIGRID
1943 while fighting in Af-
SARAH
preventive services.
Daniel Pollack, president rica with the free French HANDEL, 81, died Aug.
11. She leaves a son, David
of the JewishChild Care forces against the Germans.
Mr. Gartenberg was of Mesa, Ariz.; a daughter,
Association (JCCA), con-
trasted the information active in the Jewish com- Mrs. Earl (Barbara) Mar-
with the general impression munity in Rio de Janeiro, shall of Riverside, Calif.; six
that too many children are especially in the Jewish grandchildren, 13 great-
placed in foster care and Federation and in the As- grandchildren and one
sociacao Israelita (the Ger- great-great-grandchild.
kept there too long.
** *
Pollack said the 1980- man Jewish community).
He was the author of two
1981 annual report data re-
ELAINE KALMAN,
flected "the increased em- books, one about Jacob former Detroiter of Sunrise,
phasis on prevention, day Frank (1726-1791), the Fla., 49, died Aug. 6. She
care, and day treatment de- founder of the Frankist leaves her husband, Dr. Al-
signed to keep families in- movement who declared bert S.; a son, Mark; a
himself the Messiah and the daughter, Michelle; her
tact."
successor of Shabbetai parents, Mr. and Mrs. Al-
If thou art a master, be Tzevi, and another, "The bert (Mary) Feldman of
sometimes blind; if a ser- Red J," about the persecu- Sunrise; • a sister, Mrs.
vant, sometimes deaf.
tion of Jews in Nazi Ger- Joseph (Roberta) Battle of
—Fuller many.
Southfield. Interment De-
troit.
* * *
In Memoriam
ELLA KRAFT, 63, died
ARTHUR
Aug. 8. She leaves her hus-
In loving memory of
Jenny Barron, who passed
band, Alex; a son, Dr. Jef-
LEISER
frey; a daughter, Mrs.
away Aug. 4, 1980. Sadly
To all our many
Gerald (Marilyn)
missed by her children and
friends, our most sin-
grandchildren.
cere thanks for the

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In Memory of a Lov-
Husband, Father
_.,nd Grandfather,

BEN
LEVINSON

Who passed away
Aug. 15, 1975. Sadly
missed and always re-
membered by his wife,
Clara; children and
grandchildren.

many kind expressions
of sympathy during our
recent bereavement.
Charlotte Leiser
Rudy Leiser and Family

Tours Planned

JERUSALEM (JNI) —
Israeli tourism officials and
Lebanese travel agents are
planning guided tours of the
two countries after hos-
tilities cease in Lebanon.

ThEIRA KA u

Directors of Funerals

Friday, August 13, 1982 63

OBITUARIES

Goldsmith; a brother,
Raymond Daneman; and
three grandchildren.

* * *

GRACE KRALIK, 90,
died Aug. 11. She leaves a
son, Sigmund; two daugh-
ters, Mrs. Maurice (Ellen)
Glick and Mrs. Ralph
(Peggy)
Rose; eight
grandchildren and five
great-grandchildren.

*

-

AMELIA LEBOVICS,
84, of Los Angles, Calif.,
died July 29. Survived by
two sons, Harry of Redondo
Beach, Calif., and Michael
of Tarzana, Calif.; and five
grandchildren. Interment
California.
* * *
BELLE MUSIC, 67, of
Irvington, N.J., died Aug. 1.
Survived by a son, Ken of
Huntington Woods; a
. daughter, Arlene Weisberg
of Wanaque, N.J.; and four
grandchildren. Interment

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LENA BARTICK
IDA COHEN
ABNER DUNN
BECKY EPSTEIN
HINDE GUNSBERG
MAX RANDEL
BETTY WEINSTEIN
FISCHER
IDA MALZBERG
SAMUEL Y. SIMON
LOUIS POLLACK
FANNIE STERN
EDWARD ZOLD

JACK SCHERR, 78, of
Southfield, died Aug. 11.
Survived by his wife, Syl-
via; and two sons, Eli A. and
Gerald D.
* * *
BETTY SCHLOSS-
BERG, 74, died Aug. 5. She
leaves a son, Donald; a
daughter, Gloria Cohen;
five sisters, Mrs. Bernard
(Shirley) Sorscher, Mrs. Irv-
ing (Ann) Blackman, Mrs. { Sidney A. Deitch '
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