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January 18, 1985 - Image 79

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-01-18

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

OBITUARIES

Friday, January 18, 1985

Sidney A. Deitch

DETROIT
MONUMENT
WORKS

14441 W. 11 Mlle Rd.

DR. I. MARVIN BURSTEIN,

82, died Jan. 15. He leaves a
brother, Dr. Harry.

NATHAN CHALNICK, 67, died
Jan. 10. He leaves his wife,
Rosalind; four sons, Leon Chal-
nick and Jay Chalnick, Samuel
Small and Michael Small; a
daughter, Mrs. Philip (Dina)
Trochelman; three sisters, Mrs.
Paul (Ruth) Mittleman, Mrs.
Lawrence (Janet) Mintz of Florida
and Mrs. Joseph (Shirley) Koretz;
and two grandchildren.

ROSE CHITE, 76, died Jan. 13.

She leaves a sister, Eva.

MAX FORMAN, 70, former De-

troiter of Royal Palm Beach, Fla.,
died Jan. 13. Survived by his wife,

Elsie; a daughter, Sherry Lefton
of Southfield; three sisters, Sade
Novak of Detroit, Betty Evintz of
Royal Palm Beach and Dorothy
Sommers of Los Angeles, Calif.;
and one granddaughter. Inter-
ment Royal Palm Beach.

FRANCES MOLLY (HIRSCH)
GINTER, 77, former Detroiter of

Los Angeles, Calif., died Jan. 12.
Survived by her husband, Her-
man; a son, Myron Morrison of
Lake Forest, Ill.; a sister, Mrs.
Clara Cohen of Virginia; and one
grandson. Interment Detroit.

IRVING GOLDBERG, 80, died
Jan. 14. He leaves his wife, Eva; a
son, Alvin of Denver, Colo.; and
four grandchildren.

LOCAL NEWS

ORT delegates

Detroit Men's ORT delegates to
the American ORT Federation
National Conference Jan. 25-27
at the Sheraton Center New York
are: Dr. Conrad L. Giles, im-
mediate past president of the
chapter and national conference
co-chairman; David B. Hermelin,
AOF executive committee chair-
man; Dr. William Haber, AOF
honorary president; Doris
August, Detroit Men's ORT field
director, Dr. Harold W. Jaffe and
Chapter President James August.

Diabetes class
begins Jan. 31

A series of six diabetes classes
will be held on Thursdays at 7:30
p.m. in the auditorium of the Oak-
land County Health Division,
27725 Greenfield, Southfield. be-
ginning Jan. 31.
There are no fees. Preregistra-
tion is required.
To register, call the health di-
vision, 858-1280 or 424-7101.

MOLLIE ROSSIN, 82, died Jan.

Jan. 11. She leaves a sister, Mrs.
Max (Betty) Gold.

11. She leaves her husband, Ben-
jamin; a son, Allan of Northridge,
Ohio; a daughter, Mrs. Harry
(Anita) Rosenblum; a brother,
Edward Shepherd of Encino,
Calif.; a sister, Mrs. Morris (Lee)
Weingarten; 13 grandchildren
and six great-grandchildren.

ROBERT GURVIS, former Oak
Park resident of Coral Springs,
Fla., died Jan. 4. Survived by his
wife, Myra; two sons, David and
Scott; his parents, Ann and Harry
Gurvis of Southfield; two
brothers, Gerald of Southfield and
Richard of St. Louis, Mo. Inter-
ment Florida.

MIKHAIL KUNIN, 70, of South-

field, died Jan. 12. Survived by his
wife, Rebecca; a son, Robert of
Brooklyn, N.Y.; a daughter, Mrs.
Eugene (Alla) Presaizen; a
brother, Sama of Russia; and
three grandchildren.

DR. LEO K. ROCHEN, 71, of

Hollywood, Fla., died Jan. 14.
Survived by a son, Dr. Donald
Rochen of Southfield; his mother,
Mamie Koroboff of Florida; two
brothers, Milton of Florida and
Herbert of Maryland; and four
grandchildren: Memorial services
will be held at 1 p.m. Sunday at
Temple Beth El.

Historian Allen Warsen,
active in Jewish ranks

As teacher and author of scores
of essays, in an honored role as
historian, Allen Warsen inscribed
his name among the leading his-
torians in this state and city and
on a world scale.
Scores of tributes to him said
his passing left a deep void in the
Metropolitan Detroit and Michi-
gan cultural communities.
Born in Poland, Mr. Warsen
lived 53 years in the U.S. He died
Jan. 11 at age 81.
In the Jewish community, Mr.
Warsen had a variety of roles. He
directed the Adat Shalom
Synagogue religious school for 18
years.
He founded and was the first
president of the Directors Council
of the Jewish Religious Schools of
Metropolitan Detroit. In 1959, he
founded the Jewish Historical
Society of Michigan, was elected
its president for two years and

JENNIE GOLDBERG, 82, died

SHELDON
MONUMENT
COMPANY

19800 WOODWARD AVE.

Betw. 7 and 8 Mile Roads

Phone 368-3550

Over 60 Years In Same Location!

MONUMENTS BY

BERG
URBACH

AND

M. Perlzweig,

WJC founder

Allen Warsen
later was named honorary
president.
He helped establish a Jewish
archives at the Burton Historical
Collection of the Detroit Public
Library. Mr. Warsen wrote
Jewish Communal Institutions of
Detroit and Autobiographical
Episodes. He edited Michigan
Jewish History, an official publi-
cation of the Michigan Jewish
Historical Society.
He wrote more than 350 book
reviews for The Jewish News.
Mr. Warsen held bachelor of
arts and master's degrees in social
work from Wayne State Univer-
sity. From 1954 to 1971, he was a
history teacher at Cody High
School in Detroit. He taught in
the Detroit Schools for 33 years.
Mr. Warsen leaves a daughter,
Mrs. Lee (Annette) Friedman;
and two grandchildren.

New York (JTA) — Rabbi
Maurice Perlzweig, a founder of
the World Jewish Congress who
served as the first chairman of the
British Section and who headed
the WJC delegation in 1945 to the
founding conference of the United
Nations in San Francisco, died
Jan. 14 at age 89.
Rabbi Perlzweig was born in
Poland in 1895 and was educated
in England where he received
acclaim for his oratorical skills
and his athletic abilities as a
world-class runner at Cambridge.
He was founder and chairman
of the University Labor Federa-
tion of Great Britain and
president of the World Union of
Jewish Students. After receiving
his ordination he officiated at the
Liberal synagogue in London.
During the critical war years,
Perlzweig was appointed director
of the WJC International Affairs
Department in New York.
In the post-war years he repre-
sented the WJC at the economic
and social council of the UN,
drafting many documents sub-
mitted to the Commission of
Human Rights.

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WE REMEMBER

During the coming
week Yeshivath
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observe the
Yahrzeits of the fol-
lowing departed
friends, with the
traditional Memo-
rial Prayers, recita-
tion of Kaddish and
Studying of Mis-
hnavos.

NORMAN DIEM
ROSE EISENMAN
MEYER FALK
MEYER MIRSKY
HELEN RADNER
FANNY SHER
BENJAMIN DANZER
LILLIAN EPSTEIN
SIGMUND LITTMAN
HELEN MANDELL
JACOB ROTHBARD
BORUCH SHAPIRO
MOLLIE WEINGARDEN
GEORGE CETRON
ROSE FERSHTMAN
MARY G. GOODMAN
MOLLIE GREENSPOON
CHARLES KATZ
GLADYS MALLIN
BEATRICE SHOOB
PEARL ZEFF VOLKOVICH

SAUL H. COHEN
FRUMA EDELMAN
ADOLPH FELDMAN
LOUIS GRUSKIN
SADIE HORNICK
FANNIE PATLOJOHN
DR. IRWIN PAVORSKY
YETTA PLOTNIK
ANNA POSNER
BLUMA ROSENBLOOM
RACHEL SACHS
SYLVIA WEISS
MINNIE ZACK
SARAH FINLEY COPIN
SARAH FABER
SARAH KAPLAN
FANNY LUBOW
BECKY MALTZ
DOROTHY PASTOR
ISADOR BUCHFIRER
MARTIN FINE
ZESSE KATZ
MORRIS LEVITT
FLORA LEVY
ANNA MINDLIN
MAX P. NISKAR
PAUL RODNER
BERNARD ROLLIN
SARAH SAKS
MOSES HENRY THORN
BESSIE BIRCOLL
ABRAHAM M. CORN
EDWARD J. FEINBERG
SARAH HOOTNER
FRIEDA KABECK
JACOB KARBAL
LOUIS KIDECKEL
ESTHER PECHENSKY
ROSE POLLACK
MAX SITRIN

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