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January 17, 1986 - Image 85

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-01-17

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86 Friday, January 17, 1986

-THE IlETROIT JEWISII,NEWS

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ANNIE BLITZ, 85, former De-
troiter of Chicago, Ill., died Jan.
13. Survived by two sons, Alfred
of Chicago and Herschell of
Huntington Woods; and four
grandchildren. Interment De-
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HARRY BOESKY, 82, of Far-
mington, died Jan. 12. Survived
by his wife, Sylvia; a son, Stuart
J. of New York; two daughters,
Gayle and Rita of St. Clair
Shores; two brothers, Sam and
Saul.

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PAUL ZUCKERMAN

The officers and staff of the National United Jewish
Appeal express their profound sympathy at the un-
timely death of Paul Zuckerman. A deeply compas-
sionate individual and a distinguished son of Detroit,
he always gave generously of his time and talent to
help others. His humanitarian service spanned many
decades, setting a standard of excellence that will
serve as a model for generations to come.
A vigorous supporter of the State of Israel, he devoted
his entire life to building a strong, vibrant American
Jewish community and to helping the Jewish people
world-wide. His extraordinary record as General
Chairman and President of the United Jewish Appeal,
member of its Board of Trustees, Co-Treasurer and
member of the Executive Committee of the United Is-
rael Appeal, member of the Board of Governors of
the Jewish Agency, and a member of the Board of Di-
rectors of the American Jewish Joint Distribution
Committee, to list just a few, demonstrated the love
and commitment by which he gave so much of him-
self to serve others. The success of our programs stand
as a monument to his dedication and incredible
energy.
Although he was well known and appreciated on the
national and international scene, his dedication and
enthusiasm made him a bulwark of his local commu-
nity which he served in every conceivable way in-
cluding the Campaign Chairmanship.
We will always remember his achievements as we
carry on his tradition of helping our brethren no mat-
ter where they may live. Paul's name and memory
will always remain in our hearts as a lasting legacy
and inspiration. His passing will be mourned by all
those privileged to have known him and to have
shared the warmth and sincerity of his friendship. Our
heartfelt sympathies are extended to the bereaved
family.
Alex Grass, National Chairman
Robert E. Loup, Chairman, Board of Trustees
Stanley B. Horowitz, President

PAUL ZUCKERMAN

MAY HIS MEMORY AND DEEDS
SERVE AS A LEGACY FOR ALL
RIGHTEOUS MEN.

The Officers and Board of the Michi-
gan Chapter, American Friends of the
Hebrew University, mourns, with deep
sorrow, the passing of our esteemed
colleague and benefactor,

Paul Zuckerman

An Honorary Co-Chairman and Board
Member of the Michigan Chapter,
Hebrew University bestowed upon
Paul Zuckerman an Honorary Fellow-
ship in 1982, in tribute to his long and
dedicated work on behalf of the State
of Israel and his fellow man. Paul and
his wife, Helen, were honored with a
lecture hall dedicated in their honor
at the School of Business at the Heb-
rew University in Jerusalem.

We join Helen and their children,
Norbert and Linda, in mourning the
untimely passkg of this giant in our
time. To them, we extend our most
heartfelt sympathy and condolences.

Harvey Grace, President

Fred Later, President

Michigan Chapter

American Friends of the
Hebrew University

Thomas N. Sudow, Director

Erwin Ziegelman, Chairman

East-Central Region

Executive Committee
Michigan. Chapter

SONTAG
FREDDA
BOYARSKY, 54, former De-
troiter of Huntington Beach,
Calif., died Jan. 11. Survived by
four daughters, Stephanie Bren-
nan of Irvine, Calif., Jody Mac-
Donald of San Jose, Calif., Bar-
bara Beach and Lisa Boyarsky
of Portland, Ore.; and four
grandchildren. Interment
California.

DOROTHY E. BREZNER, 88,
of Southfield, died Jan. 9. Sur-
vived by two grandsons, Michael
W. Colton and Dr. Kenneth Col-
ton; and one great-grandson.

MOLLIE CRAINE, 73, died
Jan. 14. She leaves three sons,
Lewis of Marietta, Ga., Joseph
and Clifford of Brookline, Mass.;
a daughter, Mrs. Lynn (Toni)
Jacob; two sisters, Mrs. Saul
(Blanche) Zuiebach and Mrs.
Ruth Kepes; and eight grand-
children.

RAYMOND S. DAVIS, 72,
died Jan. 9 He leaves his wife.
Loretta; a son, Dr. Charles; two
daughters, Mrs. Ronald (Bar-
bara) Stewart and Mrs. David
(Nancy) Williams; a brother,
Marshall; and one grandson.

MORRIS FISHER, 89, of
Northville, died Jan. 10. Sur-
vived by his wife, Anna; two
sons, Joseph of Chicago Heights.
Ill., and Eugene; and two grand-
Children.

GALE
GERTRUDE
GALEMBA, 85, died Jan. 14.
She leaves a son, Allen Gale of
Ohio; a brother, Benjamin Gol-
den; a sister, Mrs. Florence Bu-
nin; five grandchildren and two
great-grandchildren.

LEAH GARFINKEL, 88, of

Oak Park, died Jan. 9. Survived
by two sons, Lewis and Fred; a
daughter, Mrs. Douglas (Dora)
Rowe; a sister, Mrs. Dina Vig-
dortchik of Oakland, Calif.; nine
grandchildren and four great-
grandchildren.

MOLLY GORMAN, 83, of
Southfield, died Jan. 11. Sur-
vived by two sons, Herman J.
and Marvin; five grandchildren
and six great-grandchildren.

ROSE W. "RAZIE" HEN-
DRICKS, 78, died Jan. 8. She
leaves nieces, nephews, grand-
nieces, grandnephews, greajt-
grandnieces and great-grand-
nephews.

ESTHER B. HOROWITZ, 75,
died Jan. 8. She leaves her hus-
band, Carl; a daughter, Mrs.
Barry (Cynthia) Gonte; three
brothers, DaVid Plotnick of In-
glewood, Calif., Joe Plotnick and
Dr. Harold Plotnick; and two
grandchildren.

JULIA KINNEY, 79, died Jan.

11. She leaves a sister, Lillian
Barnett; nieces and nephews.

SYLVIA KLINE, 71, of South-

field, died Jan. 9. Survived by a
son, Frank; two brothers, Her-
man Gross and Samuel Gross; a

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