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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-09-27

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863 3Frilay, SeptemPer 27, 1985 ,111E (DETROIT kIEWISH:.KWS

OBITUARIES

The Family
of the Late

EDWARD
RUBIN

IDA
BERKOWITZ

Sidney Kaye

Sidney Kaye, an attorney
with offices in Southfield, died
Sept. 23 at age 70.
Born in New York City, Mr.
Kaye lived 65 years in Detroit.
He was graduated from the De-
troit College of Law. He was a
member of the Michigan Bar
Association and the law firm of
Butzel, Keidan, Simon, Meyers
and Graham.
Mr. Kaye was a vice chairman
of Advance Mortgage, treasurer
of the Mortgage Bankers of
America, president of the
Michigan Mortgage Bankers,
member of the board of the Fed-
eral National Mortgage Associa-
tion, and a member of former
Gov. G. Mennen Williams Hous-
ing Advisory Committee. He
was a member of Sholem
Aleichem Institute.
Mr. Kaye was a recipient of
the Mortgage Bankers Associa-
tion Award. He was a member
of the Community Service Di-
vision of 'the Jewish Welfare
Federation and associate chair-

man of the Real Estate Division
of the Allied Jewish Campaign,
a member of Pisgah Lodge of
B'nai B'rith. Mr. Kaye was a
World War II veteran, serving
in the U.S. Army.
He also was a member of the
Masons.
With a long record in
humanitarian and communal af-
fairs, Sidney Kaye's services in
advancing Yiddish' cultural aims
was especially commended as a
tribute to him.
"He was one of our veterans
in the Kinderteater of the
Sholem Aleichem Institute," his
cousin, George Zeltzer
Tuesday. "It was not only be-
cause we played theater to-
gether. We read Yiddish classics
in the classes and assemblies
and Sidney was always the in-
spiration in continuing the
legacies of the language we
loved. He labored for Jewish

NEWS

Bernard Kates, a certified
public accountant with offices in
Southfield, died Sept. 19 at age
61.
Born in Brooklyn, N.Y., Mr.
Kates was a member of B'nai
B'rith Accountants Group,
American Institute of Certified
Public Accountants, Michigan
Association of Certified Public
Accountants, and held member-
ship in a local stamp club.
He leaves his wife, Clara; two
daughters, Mrs. Lynn Particka
of Houston, Tex., and Mrs.
Cindy Blackmer; two sons, Eric
of Richmond, British Columbia,
and Brian; a brother, Melvyn; a
sister, Mrs. Selma Rotman of
Willowdale, Ont.; and three
grandchildren.

Intermarriage
Group Formed

Washington — Pareveh, a
newly formed Alliance for Adult
Children of Jewish-Gentile In-
termarriage, has been estab-
lished as a result of the steep
rise in the number of intermar-
riages. The organization will
hold its first national conference
in August 1987 in New York
City.

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Axel Springer,
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with
Acknowledges
grateful appreciation the
many kind expressions of
sympathy extended by
relatives and friends dur-
ing the family's recent
bereavement.

Acknowledges
with
grateful appreciation the
many kind expressions of
sympathy extended by
relatives and friends dur-
ing the family's recent
bereavement.
The Rubin and
Zeitlin Family

The Family4 of the
Late and Beloved

The Family
of the Late

HAROLD
LANE, z'l

with
Acknowledges
grateful appreciation and
sincere thanks the many
kind expressions of sym-
pathy extended by rela-
tives and friends. The
love and support shown
will never be forgotten.

MOLLY
PORTIN

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

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In cherished memory of
our beloved father and
grandfather

Bernard Kates

Axel Springer

Bonn — West German pub-
lishing magnate Axel Springer
died Sept. 22 at age 73.
Mr. Springer headed West
Germany's largest publishing
empire, and among his publica-
tions were Bild Zeitung, \D e
Welt, Bild am Sonntag and Welt

am Sonntag.

William Surath

William Surath, a Midland,
Mich., scrapyard and real estate
owner, died Sept. 5 at age 73.
Born in Bay City, Mr. Surath
was a member of Temple Beth
El in Midland and Temple Israel
in Bay City. He was a member
of B'nai B'rith, Hadassah Asso-
ciates and the National Scrap
Dealers Association.
In 1972, he received the Book
of Golden Deeds Award from the
Midland Executive Club. In
1978, he received the Liberty
Bell Award of the Midland Bar
Association. He was a former
board member of Big Brothers.
Mr. Surath is survived by his
wife, Ruth; and a son, Avrom of
Beverly, Mass.

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educational movements with his
wife, Rose, especially when she
was president of the United He-
brew Schools, and his activities
in social service movements
were with deep dedication."
He is survived by his wife,
Rose; a daughter, Dr. Gail of
Toronto, Ont.; and a brother, Dr.
Arnold Katz.

The Family
of the Late

.

Israel Premier Shimon Peres
mourned the loss of Mr.
Springer, whom he described as
a great friend of Israel.
Jerusalem Mayor Teddy Kollek
said that on every occasion Mr.
Springer defended Israel. He
had made Jerusalem his second
home. In addition, Mr. Springer
was noted for his strong anti-
Nazi stand.
Mr. Springer was closely asso
ciated with the Christian Demo-
cratic Party and was a leading
conservative voice in German
politics for three decades.
(Mr. Springer contributed ar-
ticles to The Jewish News which
he had translated from German
into English.)

SAUL
SAXON

-

In loving memory of

LILLIAN
SILVER

You are sadly missed
but not forgotten.

Loving husband, Jack,
children and
grandchildren, and
sister Vivian ,

Never to be forgotten
by son Leonard, and
grandchildren.
v

In loving memory of

DAVE COOPERMAN

Who passed away Oct. 3, 1968 (12th of Tishri).

Sadly missed by daughters: Carole Jonas and Mrs.

Ronald (Frames) Stewart, and grandchildren.

In Loving Memory of

DR. JOSEPH CARP

Charlotte Shapiro

Charlotte Shapiro, retired
administrator for Cong. Shaarey
Zedek, died Sept. 18 at age 73.
Mrs. Shapiro, with her late
husband, George, founded the
Detroit Contemporary Theater.
She is survived by a son,
Jack; a daughter, Janet; and
two grandchildren.

The Family of the Late

MARCY FAITH
BARMAN

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

You have left us with treasured
Memories which will never be
forgotten.
You will live on forever in
our hearts.

,

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Your loving family

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