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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Armand Kaplan of WJC Dies

PARIS (JTA) — Armand
Kaplan, who served as sec-
retary general of the World
Jewish Congress-French
Section for many years and
who was made an officer of
the Legion of Honor by the
French government last
March died Jan. 12. He was
63.
Mr. Kaplan was born in
Budapest, but his family
emigrated to Strasbourg
when he was 3. They resided
there until they fled from
the city on the eve of World
War II. He took an active
part in the Strasbourg
Jewish community affairs
and attained a reputation as
an operatic singer and as a
member of the community's
choir.
Having found refuge in
the Alsatian region at the
outbreak of the war, Mr.
Kaplan was arrested by the
Vichy authorities in 1941
and was interned in various
concentration camps
throughout the country.
With the overthrow of the
Vichy regime, he joined the
resistance movement with
which he fought until the
end of the war.
Mr. Kaplan played a
central role in the recon-
struction of Jewish
community life in France
in the post-war years. In
1950 he was named secre-
tary general of the WJC-
French Section and in

In Memoriam

In loving memory of sister
Ruth Milstein Snyder,
Monday, Jan. 30.
Harry and
Gertrude Cohen

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1969 he was co currently
named director of the
WJC international af-
fairs department. He re-
tired from his posts in
1980.
Mr. Kaplan played an
especially important role in
developing relations with
the East European coun-
tries and helped the WJC
develop a lifeline between
the Jewish communities of
East and West Europe.
Within the French Jewish
community, he played a
critical role in the
strengthening of relations
and solidifying ties with Is-
rael as a central force in
Jewish life.

Paul Ben-Haim,
Israel Composer

TEL AVIV (JTA) -- Paul
Ben-Haim, one of Israel's
outstanding composers,
died Jan. 14 at age 86.
Mr. Ben-Haim, born in
Munich, Germany, studied
music and wrote his first
work as a school project at
age 12. He was graduated
from the Royal Academy of
Music and the University of
Munich. He served in the
German army during World
War I and emigrated to
Palestine in 1932.
He was an honorary
chairman of the Israel
Composers Association and
was occasionally guest con-
ductor of the Israel
Philharmonic Orchestra
and the orchestra of the Is-
rael broadcasting services.
Mr. Ben-Haim was awarded
the Engel Prize by the Tel
Aviv municipality' in 1945
and 1953 for his two sym-
phonies, and the Israel
Prize in 1957 for his "Sweet
Psalmist of Israel."

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THE T n A

ETHEL T. ATLER, 81,
died Jan. 17. She leaves two
sons, Arnold and Robert; a
daughter, Mrs. Alvin (Be-
tty) Singerman; three
brothers, Max Tenenbaum,
Ben Tenenbaum and Milton
Tenenbaum, all of Ohio; six
grandchildren and one
great-grandchild.

* * *

NATHAN
BLUE-
STEIN, 72, of Southfield,
died Jan. 16 in San Diego,
Calif. Survived by his wife,
Lottie; three sons, Frank
Bluestein and Robert
Bluestein and Bernard Yes-
zin of Los Angeles, Calif.; a
daughter, Carolyn Marks of
California; a brother,
Joseph; two sisters, Mrs.
Peter (Bertha) Steffin and
Mrs. Max (Esther) Rubin;
five grandchildren and
three great-grandchildren.

* * *

CELIA BORLACK, 85,
died Jan. 14. She leaves two
sons, Herman and Saul; a
daughter, Mrs. Fred
(Lynda) Green; a brother,
Harry Steinberg; two sis-
ters, Mrs. Joseph (Sarah)
Berman and Mrs. Earl (Do-
lores) Casdan, both of
Florida; seven grandchil-
dren and two great-grand-
children.

* * *

HARRY MARSHALL
BROWN, 49, died Jan. 13.
He leaves his mother, Mrs.
William (Rose) Brown; and
a brother, Neil.

* * *

MILDRED CANTOR,
77, died Jan. 12. She leaves
a son, Harvey; a brother,
Lee Rosenberg of Califor-
nia; two sisters, Mrs. Gab-
riel (Bernice) Kahn and
Mrs. Louis (Helen) Krell of
California; three grand-
children and two great-
grandchildren.

* * *

ELIZABETH EIZEL-
MAN, 73, of Southfield,
died Jan. 12. Survived by
two brothers, Albert Kunin
and William Kunin; five
sisters, Mrs. Dora Pogats,
Mrs. Minnie Grossman of
Hollywood, Fla., Mrs.
George (Lillie) Hochberg,
Mrs. Fred (Ruth) Katz and
Mrs. Stanley (Frances)
Rowland of Dania, Fla.;
nieces and nephews.

* * *

BELLE ETTINGER, 74,
died Jan. 16. She leaves a
son, Stewart; a daughter,
Mrs. Sherman (Joan) Char;
and six grandchildren.

* * *

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YETTA FELDMAN, 59,
of Southfield, died Jan. 17.
Survived by her husband,
Sidney M.; a son, Sheldon of
Scottsdale, Ariz.; six sisters,
Mrs. Anne Fink, Mrs. Vern
(Goldie) Lieberman of Al-
buquerque, N.M., Mrs. Ben
(Bessie) Green of St.
Petersburg, Fla.; Mrs.
George (Sonia) Laksberger,

Mrs. Carl (Freda) Grossman
and Mrs. Shirley Silber; and
two grandchildren.

Cohen of Rancho Palos Ver-
des, Calif., Mrs. Barbara
Silberberg of Farmington
Hills, Vic Max, Mrs. Morrey
(Lois) Sein and Mrs.
Seymour (Resa) Brenner;
two sisters, Mrs. Manuel
(Ada) Klinger of Southfield
and Mrs. Morris (Evelyn)
Zirin of New York; 25
grandchildren and four
great-grandchildren. Serv-
ices 11:30 a.m. today at Ira
Kaufman Chapel.

* * *

ALLAN F. FINNK, 56,
died Jan. 18. He leaves his
wife, Dorothy; two daugh-
ters, Mrs. Robert (Wendi)
Papineau and Candice of
Tarzana, Calif.; two
brothers, Jerome of Seneca,
S.C., and Dr. Howard; and
one grandson. Services 10
a.m. today at Ira Kaufman
Chapel.

* * *

* * *

JOSEPH MILL, 88, of
Oak Park died Jan. 18. Sur-
vfved by two sons, Theodore
of Palo Alto, Calif., and
Martin of San Diego, Calif.;
a brother, Meyer; and five
grandchildren.

JENNIE FOSTER, 89,
died Jan. 16. She leaves
three grandchildren, Con-
rad, Michael of Illinois and
Ellen.

* * *

* * *

SAMUEL FOX, 62, of
Oak Park, died Jan. 15.
Survived by his wife, Ar-
lynne; a son, Howard A.; a
daughter, Mrs. Leonard
(Monica F.) Hoppe of Mid-
land; a brother, Louis; and a
sister, Gilda.

MOLLIE PARNES, 79,
of Southfield, died Jan. 13.
Survived by two brothers in
Israel; a nephew, Moshe
Weinreich of Howard Be-
ach, N.Y.; cousins, Harry
Henigman of Metamora,
Ethel Henigman and Mrs.
Florence Feiner of
Tamarac, Fla.

* * .*

MIGNON GALLOW, 76,
of Detroit, died Jan. 17. No
known survivors.

* * *

* * *

BENNY ROSE, 78, of
Warren, died Jan. 18. Sur-
vived by two brothers, Sam
of Toronto, Ont., and
William of Cleveland, Ohio;
and a sister, Mrs. Edith
Enushevsky of Toronto,
Ont.

JULIUS ARTHUR
GLAZER, 70, died Jan. 14.
He leaves his wife, Betty; a
son, Andrew; a daughter,
Cecile; three brothers,
Meyer, Joseph and Saul;
and one grandson.

* * *

* * *

ARTHUR W. GLUCK-
MAN, 27, died Jan. 11. He
leaves his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Melvin (Muriel)
Gluckman of Ann Arbor;
three sisters, Elaine,
Stephanie of New York and
Amy of Massachusetts; his
grandparents, Dr. and Mrs.
Jacob Gluckman of
Pennsylvania and Samuel
Snyder of Pennsylvania.

NATHAN SANDLER,
72, former Detroiter of
North Miami, Fla.,' died
Dec. 31. Survived by his
wife, Ida; a son, Dr. Larry of
Farmington Hills; a daugh-
ter, Mrs. Kenneth (Madge)
Wilson of Oak Park; a
brother, Louis of Miami,
Fla.; three sisters, Mrs.
Hyman (Yetta) Nerenberg
of Southfield, Mrs. Edward
(Mary) Hecht of Los
Angeles, Calif., and Mrs.
Adolf (Ann) Pleasant of
Miami Beach, Fla.; and
eight grandchildren.
Interment North Miami.

* * *

SAMUEL S. GREEN-
HUT, 78, died Jan. 12. He
leaves his wife, Rhea; a
brother, Morris of Ann Ar-
bor; and a sister, Mrs. Ul-
rich (Gloria) Middledorf of
Italy.

* * *

JAMES KAPLAN, 40,
died Jan. 13. He leaves his
parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Harold (Arlene) Kaplan of
Palm Beach, Fla.; a brother,
Bruce of Birmingham; two
sisters, Mrs. Melvin (Ber-
nice) Shulevitz of Portland,
Ore., and Mrs. Bonnie Tap-
per of West Bloomfield.

* * *

SYLVIA KURZ, 71, died
Jan. 12. She leaves two
brothers, Philip Dermer of
Dearborn and Joseph De-
rmer of Florence, Ky.

* * *

MARTHA COHEN
MAX, 79, former Detroiter
of Los Angeles, Calif., died
Jan. 17. She leaves chil-
dren, Jerry Cohen of Wash-
ington, D.C., Andrew Cohen
of St. Petersburg, Fla., Leon

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* * *

EDWARD SCHIN-
DLER, 74, died Jan. 12. He
leaves a son, Alan; a daugh-
ter, Mrs. Charles (Ronna)
McFalls; four sisters, Erna
Katz of West Germany,
Mrs. Sophie Scheachter of
Israel, Mrs. Ruth Buchbin-
der of Sydney, Australia,
and Edith of Bolivia; and
five grandchildren.

* * *

SARA
SCHUL-
ZINGER, 84, of Detroit,
died Jan. 14. Survived by
two sons, Avrum M. of
Colorado Springs, Colo.,
and Howard; a sister, Rose
Appel of Windsor; and three
grandchildren.

* * *

SEMYON SHTIVEL-
BERG, 38, of Berkley, died
Jan. 12. Survived by his
wife, Regina; his father,
Pincus Shtivelberg of

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Brooklyn, N.Y.; and a sis-
ter, Mrs. Joseph (Elena)
Vaysman.

* * *

JACOB TENENBAUM,
89, former Detroiter of
Sherman Oaks, Calif., died
Jan. 17. He leaves a son,
Charles of Phoenix, Ariz.;
three daughters, Mrs.
Leonard (Ethel) Kaye of
Sherman Oaks, Mrs. Ben
(Jeannette) Rubin of Far-
mington Hills and Mrs.
Hyman (Faye) Green of
New York; 14 grandchil-
dren and 10 great-grand-
children. Services 2:30 p.m.
today at Ira Kaufman
Chapel.

* * *

HARRY WEINBERG,
87, former Detroiter of
North Miami Beach, Fla.,
died Jan. 13. Survived by
his wife, Anna; a daughter,
Mrs. Ted (Aarone) Fishman
of Franklin and North
Miami Beach; a brother,
Jack of Delray Beach, Fla.;
and two grandchildren.
Services in Florida.

Kenneth Rubin

Kenneth Allen Rubin, an
attorney, died Jan 12 at age
33.
A native Detroiter, Mr.
Rubin was graduated from
the Detroit College of Law
in 1978. He was a member of
the Michigan Bar Associa-
tion.
He leaves his parents, Dr.
and Mrs. Nathan (Elinor)
Rubin; a brother, Lawrence;
a sister, Mrs. Jerald (Karen)
Kaufman; and his
grandparents, Dr. and Mrs.
Robert (Ann) Schiff.

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