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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-07-26

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78 Friday. July 26. 1885

OBITUARIES

MURRAY H.
BERG

Esther Allan: Musical Achievements
Followed A Parental Heritage

compositions and only five weeks
before her July 21 death, she per-
sonally interpreted and played
them at the celebration with her
husband Norman of their 50th
wedding anniversary.
Mrs. Allan was a native of Po-
land, but spent most of her life in
Detroit. She attended the London
Royal Academy of Music and the
Scottish National Academy of
Music, and in the early 1970s re-
corded two albums of her composi-
tions.
She was a past president of the
Music Study Club of Metropolitan
Detroit, the Southfield Ballet
Company and the Sisterhood of
Adat Shalom Synagogue.
She was a current or past board
Dokr,9f.tiweKilOitj,.n4" e d e r a
and the women's divisions of
Jewish National Fund and Israel
Bonds. She was also a member of

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Esther Allan



Esther Allan had an admired
tinues to be heard in many quar-
ters. Her musical achievements
were a parental heritage. She was
inspired by her father,. the late
Cantor Boyarsky, whose decades
of services with Cong. Beth Tefilo
Emanuel established one of the
most acclaimed cantorial con-
tinuations in this community. She
loved music, took pride in her

Meyer Gold

Meyer Gold, 66, a Detroit-area
certified public accountant for 35
years, died July 11.
A native of Pittsburgh, Pa., Mr.
Gold was a graduate of Wayne
State University and a life
member of the National Associa-
tion of CPAs. He served five years
in the U.S. Army during World
War II.
He was a member of Maurice
Zager Lodge of B'nai B'rith.
He is survived by his wife,
Joyce; a son, Frederic; two
brothers, Reuben and Samuel;
and a sister, Mrs. Edwin (Belle)
Moss.

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BIRTHDAY
PARTIES
and other special oc-
casions.
Clowns, juggling,
magic, music, dance,
puppets, balloon
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`Israelite' Editor
Henry Segal, 84

Cincinnati (JTA) — Henry
Segal, who served 55 years as
editor and publisher of the A meri-
can Israelite — the oldest
English-Jewish weekly paper in
the United States, died July 18 in
Cincinnati. He was 84.
Born in Chillicothe, Ohio, Segal
graduated from Qihio State Uni-
versity in 1922 an again in 1923
with degrees in Liberal Arts and
Journalism. He worked for a brief
period as a reporter for the Akron
Press and came to Cincinnati in
1923 to join the staff of the Cin-
cinnati Post where he served as
copy editor, assistant city editor
and assistant managing editor
until 1928 when he became man-
aging editor of the Israelite.
In 1930, Segal became the Is-
rcilite's editor and publisher. He
retired from the paper in De-
cember 1982. He was also a part-
time correspondent for the New
York Times for some 30 years and
taught journalism at the Univer-
sity of Cincinnati.

Judith Magid

Judith Ellen Magid, a Detroit
attorney since 1973, died July 22
at age 37.
Ms. Magid was a graduate of
Mumford High School, the Uni-
versity of Michigan and the Uni-
versity of Detroit Law School. She
was associated with the Center for
Urban Law and Housing from
1973 to 1982, and was in private
practice since that time. She
served in VISTA in 1968, and was
a member of the State Bar of
Michigan, National Lawyers
Guild and the American Civil
Liberties Union. She was honored
by the Detroit City Council with
its Spirit of Detroit award.
Ms. Magid leaves her husband,
Neal Bush; her daughter, Kate
Bush; her mother, Dorothy
Magid; two brothers, Dr. Alan
Magid of Durham, N.C. and
Jerome Magid; and a sister, Mrs.
Dan (Phyllis) Pliskow.'

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The Family
of the Late

The Family
of the Late

21 Jewish groups and musical
organizations in the Detroit area.
Mrs. Allan was the first hon-
oree of the B'nai B'rith Women's
Council of Metropolitan Detroit in
1976. Mayor Coleman Young of
Detroit cited her as one of De-
troit's 20 outstanding women dur-
ing the U.S. Bicentennial celebra-
tion. She was one of the first
Women of Valor for Israel Bonds
and received the Humanitarian
Award of the National Council of
Young Israel in 1983. Last year,
she and her husband were hon-
orees of the annual Jewish Na-
tional Fund dinner in Detroit.
The Allans were founders of the
Norman and Esther Allan Child
Day Care Center in Haifa, Israel
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era
s an ciencesoft
College of New York. The school is
housed in the United Hebrew
Schools building in Southfield.
The couple were also founders in
1981 of Israel Bonds'
Mediterranean-to-Dead Sea
Canal project.

Mrs. Allan leaves her husband,
Norman; a son, Lawrence; a
daughter, Nancy Sturman; two
brothers, Hyman Boyer, and
Casper Boyer of Florida; and
seven grandchildren.

Acknowledges with
grateful appreciation the
many kind expressions of
sympathy extended by
relatives and friends dur-
ing the family's recent be-
reavement.

ROSLYN JANET
SAMET

Acknowledges with
grateful appreciation the
many kind expressions of
sympathy extended by
relatives and friends dur-
ing the family's recent be-
reavement.

The Family
of the Late

The Family
of the Late

SZMUL LEIB
SOSNA

DAVID
MEKLIR

Acknowledges with
grateful appreciation the
many kind expressions of
sympathy extended by
relatives and friends dur-
ing the family's recent be-
reavement.

Acknowledges with
grateful appreciation the
many kind expressions of
sympathy and charitable
contributions from rela-
tives and friends during
the family's recent be-
reavement.

SUSAN LYNN
BIEC4EL

Acknowledges with grateful appreciation
the many kind expressions of sympathy ex-
tended by relatives and friends during the fami-
ly's recent bereavement.

UNVEILINGS



Dr. E. Schwartz

Dr. Eugene Schwartz, chief of
pathology at Metropolitan Hospi-
tal, died July 22. He was 60.
A native of' Hungary, Dr.
Schwartz graduated seminary
with honors in Budapest and
attended medical school in Italy.
He lost his entire family in the
Holocaust.
He came to the U.S. serving as%
pathologist in New York and in
private practice in New Jersey be-
fore moving to Detroit. He was a
founding member of Young Israel
of Southfield and an active sup-
porter and student at the Kollel
Institute.
He is survived by his wife,
Judith; a son, Daniel; and a
daughter, Mrs. Sylvain (Hannah
Deborah) Junger.

Sue Ann Brennan

Detroit-area social worker Sue
Ann Brennan, 47, died July 20.
A native of Detroit, Mrs. Bren-
nan was a social worker for the
Fort Street Presbyterian Church
and its Open Door program. She
was involved with the Michigan
Athletic Union and was a former
probation officer for the 48th Dis-
trict Court.
Mrs. Brennan is survived by
her husband, Thomas J.; a daugh-
ter, Mrs. Jeffrey (Nanette) Han-
lin; a son, Michael Gerard;• her
father, Emanuel Fishman; her
mother, Mrs. Rose Fishman; a sis-
ter, Jane Fishman of Eureka
Springs, Ark.; and 12 grand-
children.

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The Family
of the Late

The Family
of the Late

HANNA GAJDA

Announces the unveil-
ing of a monument in her
memory 12 noon Sunday,
Aug. 4, at Clover Hill Park
Cemetery. Rabbi Groner,
Cantor Najman and Can-
tor Rube will officiate.
Relatives and friends are
asked to attend.

BELLE
MITNICK

Announces the unveil-
ing of a monument in her
memory 1 p.m. Sunday,
Aug. 4, at Hebrew Memo-
rial Park. Rabbi Solomon
Gruskin will officiate.
Relatives and friends are
asked to attend'.

The Family of the Late

JOSEPH BORENSTEIN •

Announces the unveiling of a monument in his
memory at 1:45 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 4, at Hebrew
Memorial Park (14 Mile and Gratiot). Relatives and
friends are asked to attend.

The Family of the Late

JAMES (JIMMIE)
LAKER

Announces the unveiling of a monument in
his memory 11 a.m. Sunday, Aug. 11, at Hebrew
Memorial Park. Rabbi Gamze will officiate.
Relatives and friends are asked to attend.

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