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Friday, June 1, 1984 71 .

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

OBITUARIES

4,

BRUNO CANE, 54,
ormer Detroiter of North
lanai, Fla., died May 25 in _
ortugal. Survived by two
ons, Jerry and Barry; and a
ister, Mrs. Hannah
leiwas of Farmington
ills.

DORA FINE, 84, of Bir-
ingham, died May 26.
urvived by a daughter,
se.

HYMAN GREEN-
LATT, 69, former De-
troiter of Ft. Lauderdale,
Fla., died May 23.

LOTTIE HARRIS, 84,
died May 29. She leaves a
eon, Bert; a sister, Mrs.
Dorothy Kapetansky; and
two grandchildren.

BENJAMIN Y. KAPE-
TON, 87, of Southfield, died
May 30. Survived by his
wife, Fannie; two daugh-
ters, Mrs. Russell• (Esther)
Erdman of Pinole, Calif.;

Teddy Nadler, -
quiz show Whiz

St. Louis, Mo. — Teddy
Nadler, a postal worker who
won $264,000 on television
quiz shows nearly 30 years
ago, is dead at age 74.
Mr. Nadler earned his
winnings on the "$64,000
Question" pro- gram and its
companion "$64,000 Chal-
lenge" by answering
obscure questions about
baseball, history and geog-
raphy. He gained his
knowledge of these areas
during his boyhood reading
when he was a resident of a
Jewish shelter home.

Miss H... Ascher

Henrietta C. Ascher, a
member of Jewish com-
munal organizations, died
May 26 at age 95..
Born in Chicago, Ill., Miss
Ascher lived in Detroit
since 1925. She was a life-
long member of Temple
Beth El, a member of the
Great Lakes Club, Hadas-
sah and Women's American
ORT.
She leaves a brother,
Clarence.

Lui; May 27. Survived by two '
brothers, Meyer of the •
Bronx, N.Y., and Charles of
WILLIAM KASS, 72, Northridge, Calif.; a sister,
died May 25. He leaves his Mrs. Celia Horowitz of Lyn-
wife, Ruth; three daughters, brook, N.Y.; nieces and
Mrs. Judy Billingsley of nephews.

Bayside, Calif., Mrs. Bar-
bara Spohr and Mrs. Rona
Pohjola; and five
LENA LEE KEYWELL,
grandchildren.
70, of Southfield, died May

30. Survived by her hus-
- KALMAN KELLER, 80, band, Alvin; two sons, Les-
of West Bloomfield, died lie and Edward; a sister,

and Mrs. Harry (Clara)

and one grandson.
, •

A note to our readers

A newspaper has many functions: to inform
its readers, to prod them, to challenge them
and to stimulate their interests. But a wise
newspaper must also do its best to please its
readers.
We have been gratified to hear the many •
positive responses to our recent editorial and
graphic changes in The Jewish News. The one
negative comment we heard was that the
Obituary page had been moved. There was a
reason for that move, but if you, the readers,
were unhappy, it wasn't worth it. We want to be
responsive to your interests and needs; so we
have moved the Obituaries back to where you
are used to reading them.
We hope you will continue to enjoy the
paper and let us know what you like and don't
like, because our 'purpose is to serve you.

Julian Zemon dies at 82

Julian L. Zemon, a sales
representative for the tex-
tile industry, died May 27 at
age 82.
Born in Detroit, Mr.
Zemon was a resident of St.
Petersburg, Fla., at the time
of his death. • -
Mr. Zemon' was employed
by Alexander Lamport and
Brother. He was a former
Detroit city boy's tennis
champion and a Detroit city
junior doubles champion.
He won a letter while on the
University of Michigan
tennis team.
He was a member of
Franklin Hills Country
Club, Detroit Rotary Club, a
board member of the Great
Lakes Club, past president
of the Hebrew Free Loan
Association, a post his
father held before him, and
a member of the Harvard
Alumni Association. He

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was active on behalf of
United Jewish Charities.
Mr. Zemon had a special
interest in theatrical prod-
uctions and wrote, acted in
and produced many original
works for the clubs of which
he was a member.
During and after World
War II, this theatrical ac-
tivity included many USO
productions that brought
him to bases throughout
Michigan and Canada.
He pursued graduate
studies at Harvard Univer-
sity.
He leaves a son, Dr. Stan-
ley of Brookline, Mass.; a
daughter, Prof. Natalie
Davis of Princeton, N..J.; a
sister, Dr. Gertrude
Zemon-Gass; and three
grandchildren. Interment
Detroit.

28. He leayes is wife, Belle;
three sons, Charles, Irving
of Detroit and Michael' of
• •
Kentwood, Mich.; a daugh-
ABRAHAM JOSEPH ter, Mrs. Richard (Marcia)
KLEINBARD, 58, of De- Grande; a brother, Mrs.
(Ann) Rapaport of
troit, died May 23. Survived Sidney
by his mother, Rose; a Grind Rapids; and five
brother, Israel; and two sis- grandchildren. Interment
ters, Mrs. Irving (Pearl) Grand Rapids.

Neimark of Mt. Pleasant
SHIRLEY WEISS, 57, of
and Mrs. Leonard (Adele)
Battle Creek, died May 27.
Gabe.

Mrs. Harry (Clara) Topor;
and two grandchildren:

She leaves her husband,
Jerome; a son, Abraham; a
daughter, Lisa; her mother,
Mrs. Abraham (Mary) Av-
adenka of Bloomfield Hills;
at brother, Edward Av-
adenka of West Bloomfield;
and a sister, Frances Av-
adenka of Bloomfield Hills.
Interment' Detroit.

• -

NATHAN LURIE, 77, of

Detroit, died May 23. No
known survivors.


MINNIE MIDDLE-
MAN, 82, former Detroiter

of Delray Beach, Fla., died
May 26. Survived by her
husband, Harry; two
daughters, Mrs.• Martin
(Eleanor) Wiatrack of Oak
Park and'! rs. Jay (Pauline)
Barnet sif New York; five
grandchildren and five
great-grandchildren.
Interment Delray Beach.

ISRAEL SHAPIRO, 80,
of Grand Rapids, died May

Ezra Danin,
aided Haganah

Tel Aviv' (JTA) — Ezra
Danin, a veteran Arabist
and former Haganah in-
telligence chief, who es-
corted' the late Golda Meir
on her famous secret visit to
King Abdullah of Jordan,
died May 24. He was 82.
Mr. Danin was bOrn in
Jaffa and moved at age .6 to
one of the first houses built
in Tel Aviv, built by his
father who was among the
founders of the Ahuzat
Bayit suburb which became
Tel Aviv.
Mr. Danin studied ag-
riculture and was active in
the new citrus industry, but
his main activity was his
secret work for Haganah in
telligence, which he helped
establish.
The Danin family had
been 'friends with the Emir
Abdiillah, and paid several
visits to the Trans-
Jordanian leader. It was he
who arranged for Golds
Meir's meeting with Abdul-
lah, in an effort to stave off
fighting between the young
state of Israel in the making
and Trans-Jordan and ac-
companied her on the visits.

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Park, died May 25 at age 72.
Born in New Orleans, La.,
Mr. Goldberg was a member
of Louis D. Brandeis Lodge
of B'nai B'rith and was
active on behalf of orphans
and Boys Town.
He leaves his wife, Sally;
two daughters, Mrs.
Richard (Cheryl) Gutov and
Mrs. Joel (Diane) Rosenfeld
of North Hollywood, Calif.;
a sister, Margaret Fine of
Milburn, N.J.; and three
grandchildren.

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SARAH L. KAPLOWITZ
WOLF LAKRI
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JACOB STEIN
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SAMUEL H. WEINGARDEN
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REBECCA GREENBERG
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ABRAHAM WACHTENHEIM
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FRANK BACKHAUT
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FANNIE LIEBER
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JENNIE PINSKER
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MARGARET ENGEL
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LOUIS FINKELSTEIN
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