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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-04-08

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62 Friday, April 8, 1983

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Cocktail Party Helps Bonds

OBITUARIES

DAVID ACKERMAN,

75, of Brussels, Belgium,
died this week. He is sur-
vived by his wife, two sons,
one daughter and a brother,
Cantor Shabtai Ackerman
of Detroit and Florida.

* * *

Rabbi David Nelson, center, of Cong. Beth
Shalom and Rabbi James I. Gordon of Young Israel of
Oak-Woods, were in New York recently to attend a
special organizational meeting of the Israel Bond Na-
tional Rabbinic Cabinet. Pictured with Rabbi Nelson,
are, from left: Rabbi Leon Kronish, national cabinet
chairman, and Gen. Yehudah Halevy, Israel Bonds
president and chief executive officer.

Mr. and Mrs. David B.
Hermelin will host a
cocktail party in their home
on behalf of Israel Bonds
honorary societies at 3 p.m.
Sunday.
Hermelin is national Is-
rael Bonds campaign co-
chairman. Mrs. Hermelin is
chairman of the Metro De-
troit Women's Division.
Special guest at the
cocktail party will be Razi
Rom, president of Cycon
Computerized Systems of
Israel. He will visit Detroit
to meet with community
leaders as part of the -state of
Israel's "Operation

Enterprise," a group of 38
young Israeli business lead-
ers who will visit 120 corn-
munities in the U.S.,
Canada, Latin America and
Europe between Sunday
and April 15 to discuss cur-
rent developments in Is-
rael's economy.

* * *

The Metro Detroit State
of Israel Bonds Executive
Board has several new
members. They are: Robert
Brody, David I. Fand, Jay
Fishman, Ira J. Jaffe, Doug-
las A. Schubot, Leonard
Siegal and Maj. Gen.
William. I. Weinstein.

Copenhagen Synagogue 150

The 150th anniversary of
- the Copenhagen Synagogue
will be marked Tuesday at
ceremonies televised
throughout Denmark and
attended by Queen Mar-
grethe II and her husband
Prince Henrik.

According to Detroiter
Mrs. Jeanne Turkel, the
synagogue has remained in
its original location for 150
years. Mrs. Turkel, a native
of Copenhagen, attended
the 100th anniversary in
1933

Royal Oak Couple Receives
Honors from Yad Vashem

Mr. and Mrs. Janny
(Myndert) Blom of Royal
Oak have been named to re-
ceive a medal of honor and
the honor of planting a tree
in the Avenue of the Right-
eous in Jerusalem.
The Bloms, who hid a
Jewish couple in Holland
during World War II, re-
ceived the honor from Yad
Vashem, Israel's memorial
to victims of the Holocaust..

Sister Carol Rittner of
Mercy College, who is
active in Holocaust educa-
tion, gathered the materials
needed by the agency to
document the couple's
heroic action.
The Bloms, then resi-
dents of Holland, hid a
Jewish couple, Dr. and Mrs.
Samuel Vreedenburg in
their home from July 1942
to May 1945.

LENA BERMAN, 88, of
Southfield, died April 5.
Survived by two sons, Ben of
Florida and Dr. R. Edward;
a daughter, Mrs. Sydell
Wertheim of Florida; five
grandchildren and nine
great-grandchildren.
* * *

MINA BOGART, 89,
former Detroiter of Toledo,
Ohio, died March 31. Sur-
vived by two daughters,
Mrs. Sam (Shirley) Alpiner
of Orchard Lake and Mrs.
Max (Beverly) Davis of To-
ledo; three grandchildren
and one great-grandchild.
* * *

W. German Jews
Numbers Are
Down Slightly

BONN (JTA) — The
Frankfurt-based Central
Welfare Office of Jewish
Communities in West Ger-
many has reported a very
small drop in the number of
Jews currently registered in
the Federal Republic.
They total 28,202, about
700 fewer than were regis-
tered as of July, 1982. The
number is expected to de-
cline further.

The largest Jewish com-
munity is in West Berlin
where 6,548 Jews are regis-
tered, followed by
Frankfurt and Munich.

ZOA Parley
in Pittsburgh

NEW YORK — The
Zionist Organization of
America (ZOA) will hold its
83rd national convention
April 28 through May 1 in
Pittsburgh.
Those scheduled to ad-
dress the more than 1,000
delegates include Sen.
Arlen Specter (R-Pa.), U.S.
Assistant Secretary of State
for Human Rights and
Humanitarian Affairs El-
liott Abrams and Jerome
Levinson, general counsel
of the Inter-American De-
velopment Bank of Wash-
ington, D.C.

* * *

HENRY COHEN, 68, of

Southfield, died April 2.
Survived by his wife, Molly;
a son, Barry S.; four daugh-
ters, Mrs. Jules (Susan)
Myerson, Mrs. Mark (Har-
riet) Finn, Mrs. Ronald
(Linda) Figot and Mrs.
Robert (Ruthie) Sriro of
Miami, Fla.; two sisters,
Mrs. Minnie Bernberg and
Nettye; and four grand-
children.

*__* *
JOHN FINSTEIN, 87,

MAX LOUIS BROWN,

92, of Chicago, Ill., died
April 3. Survived by tivo
sons, Robert of Skokie, M.,
and Fred I. of Southfield; a
daughter, Mrs. Harry
(Charlotte) Weinstein of
Southfield; nine grandchil-
dren and four great-grand-
children. Interment De-
troit.

ESTHER CHALAT, 84,
died April 2. She leaves a
son, Dr. Ned; a daughter,
Ruth; a brother, Samuel
Gershenson; two sisters,
Mrs. Louis (Dorothy) Har-
ley and Mrs. Benjamin
(Rose) Juliar; three grand-
children and one great-
granddaughter.

.

former Detroiter of West
Palm Beach, Fla., died April
5. Survived by his wife,
Rose; two sons, Melvin of
Highland Park, N.J., and
Harold of Boston, Mass.;
two daughters, Mrs. Soll
(Shirley) Gaynor of Flint
and Mrs. Harry (Sylvia)
Moorstein of Oak Park; a
brother, Samuel of Boston;
two sisters, Mrs. Rebecca
Pomerantz of Massachu-
setts and Mrs. Ida Moses of
California; nine grandchil-
dren and two great-grand-
children. Interment Massa-
chusetts.

* * *

YETTA GETTER, 80,

died April 5. She leaves a
son, Raymond; two daugh-
ters, Mrs. Norman (Be-
verly) Palmer of Boca Ra-
ton, Fla., and Mrs. Eileen
Shaw; a brother, Joseph
Kauffman of Miami, Fla.;
two sisters, Mrs. Gussie
Gerson of California and
Mrs. Sam (Edna) Tucker of
West Palm Beach, Fla.;
seven grandchildren and
two great-grandchildren.
* * *

RANDY LEE GLASER,

33, former Detroiter of
Boulder, Colo., died March
28. Survived by his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard (Be-
verly) Glaser of Livonia;
and a brother, Barry of
Novi.

* * *

ROSE GLAZER, 75,

former Detroiter of Deer-
field Beach, Fla., died April
2. She leaves her husband,
Jack; two sons, Barry of Oak
Park and Allen of North
Miami Beach, Fla.; a
daughter, Mrs. Raymond
(Gloria) Portney of Far-
mington Hills; a sister, Mrs.
Sadie Sher of Oak Park; six
grandchildren and four
great-grandchildren.
Interment Detroit.

HELEN GOLDMAN,

78, former Detroiter of Los
Angeles, Calif., died April 3.
Survived by a son, Alan; a
daughter, Annette Sofa of
Los Angeles; and three
grandchildren. Interment
Los Angeles.
* * *

nephews. Interment De-
troit.

* * *
FRANCES MOSKO-
WITZ, 88, of Oak Park, died

April 6. Survived by a
daughter, Mrs. Benjamin
(Evelyn) Shepherd; three
KATHRYN (DENEN- brothers, Herman Salamon,
FELD) GREENBERGER, Dr. Stanley Salamon and
82, died April 1. She leaves Nick Salamon of Scottsdale,
two sons, Ernest Denenfeld Ariz.; five grandchildren
and Dr. Philip Denenfeld of and 10 great-grand-
Kalamazoo; two sisters, children.
* * *
Mrs. Jeanette Pernick and
HARRY PETOK, 92, of
Mrs. Edna Persky, both of
Lauderdale Lakes, Fla.; West Bloomfield, died
seven grandchildren and March 30. Survived by two
sons, Theodore M. and
four great-grandchildren.
* * *
Samuel of Pittsburgh, Pa.; a
daughter, Mrs. Bernard
BRONISLAVA
(BRONYA) ILNITSKA- (Goldie) Rothenberg of San
YA, 67, of Oak Park, died Diego, Calif.; nine grand-
April 2. Survived by a children and three great-
daughter, Mrs. Ida Spektor; grandchildren.
**
and one grandson.
* *
ADA SIDER, 78, died
SAMUEL JAFFEE, 94, April 6. Survived by a son,
died April 6. He leaves two Ronald D.; and five grand-
sons, Irving of Booneville, children.
* * *
Calif., and Herman; a
daughter, Mrs. Abe (Rose)
JOSEPH STEINBERG,
Zussman; six grandchildren 88, died April 6. He leaves a
and nine great-grand- son, Dr. Allen Seel; a
children.
daughter, Mrs. Bradford L.
* * *
(Jayne) Jacobs; three
ROBERT KLUGMAN, grandsons and two great-
68, former Detroiter of Sun- grandchildren.
rise, Fla., died March 31.
* * *
Survived by his wife, Vera;
FRIEDA STORCH, 74,
a son, Jeffrey; a daughter, former Detroiter of Los
Marcia; four sisters, Fannie Angeles, Calif., died March
Gross, Matilda Sims, Esther 28. Survived by her hus-
Zeff and Hana Rosenberg; band, Benjamin; a son,
and two grandchildren.
Seymour of Detroit; a
Services in Lauderhill, Fla.
daughter, Mrs. Leon (Iris)
* * *
Leeds; a brother, Harry Be-
MAX LEBOW, 78, of rlin of Detroit; two sisters,
Berkley, died April 4. Sur- Betty Markel of California
vived by his wife, Pearl; a and Anne Gutman of Oak
son, Kurt A. of Connecticut; Park; two grandchildren
two daughters, Mrs. and one great-grandson.
Michael (Benita) Levine of Interment Los Angeles.
* * *
New York and Mrs. Jacob
(Jolene ) Schwartz; five sis-
JACK WASSERMAN,
ters, Mrs. Josephine Fried- 80, former Detroiter of
man, Mrs. Ann Friedman North Miami Beach, Fla.,
and in Israel, Rersi, Bergi
died April 5. He leaves his
and Paula; and one grand-
wife, Alice; a son, Melvin of
child.
Southfield; four grandchil-
* * *
dren and two great-grand-
HELENE LENZER of children. Interment De-
Southfield, died March 31.
troit.
** *
Survived by a daughter,
Mrs. Susan Herkowitz; a
SEYMOUR WOLFE,
grandson, Dr. Harry N.
62, died March 31. He
Herkowitz; and one great-
leaves his wife, Lucy; a son,
grandson.
David of Riverside, Calif; a
* * *
daughter, Mrs. Robert
ERNEST
REIN (Barbra) Lane of Long Be-
LEVINE, 34, died April 3. ach, Calif.; his mother, Mrs.
He leaves his father, Mor-
Ira (Kate) Wolfe of Chicago,
ris; his mother, Mrs. Gladys
Ill.; two brothers, Bernard
Levine; and a sister, Robin
and Albert, both of Chicago;
S.
and three grandchildren.
* * *
Interment Chicago.
* * *
PHILIP LEVINE, 69,
former Detroiter of Miami
LORRAINE WOOD-
Beach, Fla., died April 4. He
BERG, 51, died April 2. She
leaves a son, Michael of leaves her husband, Louis;
California; a brother, Theo-
three sons, Steven, Larry
dore of Miami, Fla.; a niece,
and Randy of Morris, Ill.;
grandnieces and grand-
and two granddaughters.

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