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November 30, 1984 - Image 106

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-11-30

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Friday, November 30, 1984 THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS


Nicholas Fenakel, ex-cantor of Adat Shalom, dies

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Shalom Synagogue for 26 years.
He was president of the Cantors
Council and had a deep interest in
community and pro-Israel affairs.
He had received honors from
the city of Detroit and from Israel
Bonds and B'nai B'rith. While in
Detroit, he directed the Golden
Age Senior Choir at the Jewish
Community Center.

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Boxing judge Irving Sacks dies

Irving Sacks, a judge for the
Michigan Boxing Association,
died Nov. 20 at age 67.

Cantor Nicholas Fenakel

Cantor Nicholas Fenakel, who
brought to his position here the
legacies from cantorial art in
Hungary, died Nov. 28 at age 70.
Cantor Fenakel came to Detroit
in 1949 and lived here 26 years
prior to moving to Florida four
years ago. He resided in West
Palm Beach, Fla., at the time of
his death.
Cantor Fenakel served as can-
tor and cantor emeritus at Adat

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Jean Layne, a nurse at Sinai
Hospital and former owner of the
Carlyle Towers Beauty Salon,
died Nov. 22 at age 57.
A native Detroiter, Mrs. Layne
was a member of Temple
Emanu-El, the temple choir,
Women's American ORT, and the
American Cancer Society.
She was graduated from Oak-
land Community College's nurs-
ing program in 1975.
She leaves her husband, Fred; a
son, Dr. George of Flourtown, Pa.;
two daughters, Pamela of
Chicago, Ill., and Debra Layne
Pesamoska; a brother, Robert
Stark of Palm Springs, Calif.; and
a sister, Mrs. Jay (Carolyn)
Palmer of Encino, Calif.


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Born in Russia, Mr. Sacks lived
63 years in Detroit. He was affil-
iated with the International Box-
ing Association, Mosaic Lodge of

the Masons and Brandeis Lodge of
B'nai B'rith.
He is survived by his wife, Min-
nie; a son, Warren B. of Jackson-
ville, Fla.; a brother, David of Los
Angeles, Calif.; a sister, Mrs.
Betty Perry of Woodland Hills,
Calif.; and four grandchildren.

Seagram's rep Sidney Robins dies

Sidney Robins, a district man-
ager for the Michigan region of
Seagram's Co. for 17 years, died
Nov. 23 at age 73.
Born in Poland, Mr. Robins was
a member and past master of
Mosaic Lodge of the Masons, a
member of Crescent Shrine Club,

Temple Israel and member and
past president of the Michigan
Drug Travelers.

He leaves his wife, Mae; two
daughters, Wendy and Sandra; a
sister, Mrs. Julia Good; and one

Seymour Horowitz

Seymour Horowitz, an account-
ant with the Internal Revenue
Service for 40 years, died Nov. 23
at age 76.
Born in Detroit, Mr. Horowitz
was a member of the American
Legion, Businessmen's Club of
the Jewish Community Center,
Harry Keidan Lodge of B'nai
B'rith and the Hannah Schloss
Old Timers.
He leaves his wife, Rose; a
daughter, Mrs. Richard (Helene)
Martin of Englewood, Colo.; a sis-
ter, Mrs. Florence Leach of Las
Cruces, N.M.; and two

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In Florida, he was the cantor
and musical director of Temple
Beth Torah of Wellington.
Cantor Fenakel also was a fel-
low of the Cantors Institute of the
Jewish Theological Seminary.
He is survived by his wife, Mol-
lie; a daughter, Mrs. Gene (Judy)
Devore of West Palm Beach; and
two grandchildren.

Shirley V. Agen, a secretary,
died Nov. 24 at age 79.
Born in Russia, Mrs. Agen was
a member of Hadassah, Cong.
Beth Achim Sisterhood and
American Jewish Congress.
She leaves nieces and nephews.

Shopping cart developer dies

Oklahoma City — Sylvan N.
Goldman, inventor of the shop-
ping cart and a multimillionaire
philanthropist, died Nov. 25 at
age 86.

Mr. Goldman made his fortune
from the shopping cart and from

the Humpty-Dumpty retail food
He was the benefactor of many
organizations, from youth groups
to the University of Oklahoma's
school of continuing education.
He also was a supermarket and
shopping center builder.

Pioneer Women, Farband member

Malka Kaplan, a member of
Jewish communal organizations,
died Nov. 22 at age 80.

Katherine Simons

Katherine L. Simons, a member
of Jewish communal and women's
organizations, died Nov. 26 at age
Born in London, England, Mrs.
Simons lived 60 years in Detroit.
She was a member of Temple Is-
rael and its sisterhood, Pioneer
Women/Naamat and Hadassah.
She leaves two sons, Robert and
Frank; a brother, Fred Light of
Deerfield Beach, Fla.; nine grand-
children and three great-grand-

Former envoy dies

Los Angeles — Maxwell H.
Gluck, a Los Angeles-based busi-
nessman, philanthropist and
horse breeder who served as am-
bassador to Ceylon (Sri Lanka) in
the Eisenhower Administration,
died Nov. 21 in Los Angeles. He
was 85.

Author's mother dies

New York — Esther Wouk,'
mother of Pulitzer Prize-winning
author Herman Wouk, died Nov.
18 at age 95.

Born in Poland, Mrs. Kaplan
lived 37 years in Detroit. She was
a member of the Golda Meir
Chapter of Pioneer Women /
Naamat and of the Farband Ar-
lazarov Branch.
She is survived by her husband,
Joseph; a son, Barry; a sister, Mrs.
Ella Felman; three grandchildren
and one great-granddaughter.


Frankfurt Jews plan
community center

Bonn (JTA) — The cornerstone
of a 15 million Mark new Jewish
community was laid in Frankfurt
this month in the presence of local
civic and Jewish community lead-
ers. The city of Frankfurt is pro-
viding 7.5 million Marks toward
its construction. Mayor Walter
Wallmann, who spoke at the
ceremonies, hailed the contribu-
tions of many generations of Jews
to Frankfurt. The cornerstone of
the structure is inscribed with the
names of the 10,231 Frankfurt
Jews deported to Nazi death
camps and the more than 7,000
others who committed suicide to
avoid that fate.

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