March 21, 1986
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
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Gail, Maxwell, Marlene
Who passed away Feb.
26, 1986, in Hadera, Israel.
Sadly missed by Rifka,
Israel and Rachel
Kucykovicz and Harvey,
Rosalyn, Marlene, Barry
and Jeffrey Meyer.
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Who passed away March
22, 1984. Sadly missed by
his wife Celia, and all who
knew and loved him. What
we keep in memory is ours
Albert Berke, a professional
representative of Israel Bonds
since 1962, died March 14 at age
During his 24-year career he
was responsible for and guided
the Israel Bond efforts of Michi-
gan's major synagogue congrega-
tions, as well as state-wide
dinners held on behalf of Israel
Bonds by top banking and indus-
Personalized photographs and
letters on his office walls attest to
his friendships with U.S. and Is-
raeli leaders, among them Golda
Meir, Eleanor Roosevelt, Gen.
Yigal Allon, Sen. Phillip Hart and
Gen. Menachem Aviram.
A life-long Zionist, Mr. Berke
was born in Toronto in 1915 and
became a member of the Labor
Zionist youth movement at age
14. At 19 he moved to Detroit,
where he continued his support of
Israel's development through
leadership involvement in
Farband-Labor Zionist Alliance
of America, the Histadrut and
Mr. Berke officially retired
from the Israel Bond Organiza-
tion following his 70th birthday
this past winter, but accepted a
special advisory position with the
He is survived by his wife,
Reba; a son, Michael; a daughter,
Debby Berke-Rappaport of
Laurel, Mont.; a sister, Rachel
Barish; a brother, Shlomo Barkai,
of Israel; and three grand-
The Family of
29145 Northwestern Hwy. at. 12 Mile Rd.
Franklin Shopping Center
Thanks everyone for
their sympathy and shar-
ing in our bereavement.
THE STATE OF ISRAEL BOND ORGANIZATION
Mourns the sudden passing of
an inspired, respected and dedicated
worker for Israel . . . And a warm friend to
all who were privileged to know him. He
will be profoundly missed by the Jewish
Communities for Michigan. Our deepest
sympathies to his family.
Alfred Landau, president of the
Furniture Club of Detroit, died
March 13 at age 61.
Born in Detroit, Mr. Landau
was the former owner of Carriage
House Galleries, Tower Furniture
and House of Living Rooms.
He was a member of Cong.
Shaarey Zedek, Bloch Lodge of
B'nai B'rith and Jewish War Vet-
He leaves his wife, Delphine; a
son, Barry of Arlington, Va.; a
daughter, Caren Landau Levine;
a sister, Mrs. Irving (Jean) Rosen;
and two grandchildren.
Eva Davidson, a life member of
Hadassah, died March 12 at age
Born in Boston, Mass., Mrs.
Davidson was a member of Cong.
Shaarey Zedek and its sisterhood,
a volunteer at the Arnold Home,
and a member of the Woman's
Auxiliary of the United Hebrew
She leaves two sons, Mark M. of
Israel and Lee of Fowlerville,
Mich.; a sister, Dr. Meriam Kat-
zeff of Gloucester, Mass.; and five
Anne Ruth Linsky, a member of
Jewish women's, organizations,
died March 16 at age 76.
Born in Russia, Mrs. Linsky
was a member of B'nai B'rith,
United Order of True Sisters,
Hadassah and Sinai Hospital
She leaves her husband,
Samuel; two daughters, Mrs.
Harold (Lois) Stein and Mrs.
Miles (Sheila) Hurwitz; three
brothers, Irving Berman, David
Berman and Louis Berman; four
sisters, Mrs. Roy (Gertrude)
Goldberg, Mrs. Alvin (Clara) Du-
bin, Mrs. Reuben (Pearl) Wolnez
and Mrs. Norman (Marian)
Kohlenberg; and nine grand-
HERSHELL WAIS, Director
And the Detroit Israel Bond Staff
David B. Hermelin Douglas A. Schubot Barbara Stollman
Mrs. Langwald was awarded a
citation from the Jewish Theolog-
ical Seminary for contributions to
the seminary and her support and
encouragement of higher Jewish
education. She was a longtime
member of Adat Shalom
Synagogue and its sisterhood.
She was active on behalf of the
Kidney Foundation at Mt. Carmel
Mercy Hospital and was a
member of the Hebrew Benevo-
Mrs. Langwald is survived by
her husband, Philip; a daughter-
in-law, Mrs. Annette Langwald; a
brother, Arthur Gilbert of
Florida; and three grandchildren.
Gladys Langwald, a life
member of Hadassah, died March
17 in Florida. She was 80.
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Mineta Morger, a pharmacist,
died March 16 at age 79.
Born in Philadelphia, Pa., Miss
Morger was a member of and sec-
retary for the Aesculapian Phar-
maceutical Association, a
member of the American and
Michigan Pharmacy Associations
She leaves a brother, Maurice;
two sisters, Mrs. Benjamin (Be-
ssie) Wesley of Israel and
Genevieve; nieces and nephews.
Alan B. Cohen
Alan Bruce Cohen, a film
broker, died March 15 at age 37.
A native Detroiter, Mr. Cohen
was a member of the Variety Club
and Temple Beth El.
He leaves his wife, Denise; his
mother, Mrs: Mary Cohen; two
sisters, Mrs. Allan (Shelley) Kal-
mus and Mrs. Jerry (Alicia)
Aronoff; and grandmother, Mrs.
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