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December 06, 1985 - Image 101

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-12-06

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THE DETROIT JEWISH -NEWS Fridayl Deceml?er,8 1985- = 101

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BERNARD SHAYNE, 82, died
Dec. 1. He leaves his wife, Ger-
trude; nieces and nephews.

ROSE STAUB, 76, died Nov.
27. She leaves two sisters, Mrs.
Henrietta Seligman and Lor-
raine Schoenfeld.

SAMUEL TITUNIK, 89, died
Nov. 28. He leaves a son, Irwin
of Ann Arbor; a daughter, Mrs.
Irwin (Phyllis) Rosenstock of
Ann Arbor; two brothers,
Nathan and Julius, both of
Florida; seven grandchildren
and one great-granddaughter.
Interment New Jersey.

LOUIS ZELIKOFF, 94, of Oak
Park, died Dec. 2. Survived by
his sister-in-law, Leah Kash;
nephews and nieces, Lyle and
Harriet Hochman, Allen and
Barbara Zatkoff and Marvin and
Adela Kash.

Philip Seymour

Philip M. Seymour, president
of Endicott-Seymour Co. in Ann
Arbor for the past 36 years, died
Nov. 26 at age 68.
Born in Wilkes Barre, Pa.,
Mr. Seymour lived in Ann Arbor
for the past 42 years. He was
three-time past president of the
Ann Arbor B'nai B'rith. Mr.
Seymour was a graduate of
Columbia University and the
University of Michigan. He was
a member of Cong. Beth Israel
in Ann Arbor and a 17-year
board member of the congrega-
tion.
He also was the founder and
chairman since its inception of
the Beth Israel Memorial Gar-
dens.
He leaves his wife, Clara; a
daughter, Mrs. Burton (Fran-
cine) Krieger of Reading, Pa.; a
sister, Mrs. Edith Lauzano of
Boca Raton, Fla.; two
granddaughters, nieces and
nephews.

Retired NBA
Leader Dies

West Haven, Conn. (JTA) —
Maurice Podoloff, the former
commissioner of the National
Basketball Association, died
Nov. 24. He was 95.
In 1926, Mr. Podoloff, along
with his brother and father,
built an arena in West Haven
and placed a team in the Cana-
dian American Hockey League.
He held various posts in the
Canadian-American Hockey
League, finally becoming its
president in 1936. He was later
named president of the Ameri-
can Hockey League which was
formed through the merger of
the Canadian-American Hockey
League and the International
League. He served as president
of the American Hockey League
until 1952.
In 1946, Mr. Podoloff was
elected president of the Basket-
ball Association of America. He

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became commissioner of the Na-
tional Basketball Association in
1951 after the BAA merged
with the National Basketball
League. Mr. Podoloff, who was
fluent in Yiddish, retired from
his NBA post in 1963

Nathan Aids
St. Patrick's

New York — Israeli peace
ship and radio station operator
Abie Nathan made a $7,000
contribution to St. Patrick's
Cathedral in New York this
week after hearing about a rob-
bery at the cathedral over the
weekend.
Nathan was in 'New York
after a trip to Colombia to help
victims of the recent volcanic
eruption. Two thieves robbed
the cathedral Saturday night of
donations used for the poor.
Nathan called the Catholic ar-
chdiocese and offered to replace
the stolen funds. He told report-
ers that he saw the robbery
story on television "and was
angry that people should do
that."

Arye Zimuki

Jerusalem (JTA) — Arye
Zimuki, a veteran newspaper-
man who held senior positions
in the Zionist organization in Is-
rael while working full time as
a journalist, died Dec. 1.
Mr. Zimuki, 65, was the
senior political correspondent of
Yediot Achronot, Israel's largest
circulation daily.In addition to
his duties for Yediot Achronot,
he was chairman of the Zionist
Council in Israel, an associate
member of the World zionist
Organization Executive and
chairman of the World Federa-
tion of Jewish Journalists.

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