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February 12, 1988 - Image 123

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-02-12

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SAY
" IT
WITH
TREES

former Detroiter Douglas and
Carol Shook; two sisters,
Leah and Rebecca; and her
grandparents, Mrs. Mary
Turkin of Oak Park, Harold
Shook of Rochester, Mich.,
and Mr. and Mrs. Timothy
Driscol of Oakland, Calif. In-
terment Truckee.

MARILYN SLUTZKY, 61, of

Newport Beach, Calif., died
Feb. 3. She leaves her hus-
band, Herman; a daughter,
Marcia Smolin of San Diego,
Calif.; three brothers, Sidney
Osher, Dr. Seymour Osher

and Edward, all of Flint . In-
terment California.

JEWISH
NATIONAL FUND

BELLE STONE, 77, of

18877 W. Ten Mile Road
Suite 104
Southfield, Michigan 48075
Phone: (313) 557-6644

Southfield, died Feb. 3. Sur-
vived by two sisters,
Hadausso Wagman of
Woodland Hills, Calif., and
Dorothy Glass.

MORRIS
ROBERT
UMLAH, 65, of Huntington

Woods, died Feb. 3. Survived
by a son, Donald A.; a
daughter, Mrs. Paul (Nancy)
Garber; his mother, Dorothy
Umlah; and six grand-
children.

Charles Driker Among
Jewish Council Founders

When the Jewish Com-
munity Council celebrated
the 50th anniversary of its
founding two months ago,
Charles Driker was honored
as one of three surviving
organizers of the movement.
At his death Feb. 8 at age
87, numerous other com-
munity causes and cultural
movements memorialized
him as a creative factor in
their founding.
He was a dedicated leader
in several movements he
helped to inspire here. The
Sholem Aleichem and Jewish
Community Council reading
and discussion groups were
among the many to which he
gave organizational
leadership.

Born in Zhitomir, Russia,
Mr. Driker came to the U.S. in
1922. After attending high
school at night, he pursued an
education on his own, becom-
ing proficient in four
languages: Russian, English,
Yiddish and Hebrew. An ad-
vocate of Yiddish language
and culture, he was one of the
"Committee of 21" that
spearheaded the formation of
Metropolitan Detroit's Jewish
Community Council. Mr.
Driker represented the views
of the landsmanshaften. He
also was an honorary member
of the council's 50th anniver-
sary planning committee.
Mr. Driker was a founder
and president of the Odessa
Progressive Aid Society, the
Sholem Aleichem Institute
and president of the Culture
Club of the Jewish Communi-
ty Center for 15 years. He was
an active participant in the
senior adult group at the
Jewish Center and became
active in political causes on
behalf of the senior citizens.
He was a member of the
Sholem Aleichem Choir, with
which he performed on the
High Holidays. A strong sup-

Monday thru Thursday
9 A.M. to 5 P.M.
Friday 9 A.M. to
2 hrs. before Sabbath

Charles Driker

porter of Israel, Mr. Driker
was active in tasks on behalf
of the Allied Jewish
Campaign.
He is survived by his wife,
Frances; a daughter, Mrs. Ir-
ving (Ruth) Kroll; two sons,
Jacob and Eugene; seven
grandchildren and for
great-grandchildren.

Alan Adelson

Alan Sander Adelson, an at-
torney and past worshipful
master of Mosaic Lodge of the
Masons, died Feb. 3 at age 54.
Born in Detroit, Mr.
Adelson attended the Univer-
sity of Michigan and was
graduated from the Wayne
State Unviersity Law School.
He was a member of the
Coast Guard Auxiliary. He
had been on the defense team
at the trial of Jack Ruby.
He leaves his wife,
Charlene; a daughter, Mrs.
Thomas (Beth Ann) Mercury
of Maui, Hawaii; a son, An-
thony; his mother, Mrs. Mur-
ray J. (Mathilda) Adelson; two
brothers, Eugene of Ft.
Worth, Tex., and Lloyd; a
sister, Mrs. Robert (Esther)
Ziegelman.

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WE REMEMBER

During the coming week Yeshivath Beth
Yehudah will observe the Yahrzeits of the
following departed friends, with the tradi-
tional Memorial Prayers, recitation of Kad-
dish and Studying of Mishnavos.

SHEVAT FEB.
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ADAR
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JOSEPH BERG
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DAVID DAVIS
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1
ALBERT DVORKIN
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JOSEPH FREEDMAN
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1
ABRAHAM GOOK
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1
MAX HARRIS
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1
FRANK E. LEIDERMAN
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1
FANNIE REMER
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1
ALBERT P. SEIGLE
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1
RUTH SELTZER
19
1
ASHER SMITH
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1
MARY WEINGARDEN
19
1
ROSE WOLIN
20
2
ANNE APPLEBAUM
20
2
HELEN DAVIS
20
2
NATHAN DINKIN
20
2
ISADORE DOMNITCH
20
2
BELLA ELLIAS
20
2
HARRY KAHN
20
2
JOHN MARKOWITZ
20
2
SARA MILLER
20
2
MARVIN MODLINSKY
20
2
MARY OLSTEIN SORKIN
20
2
JACK ABRAMSON
20
2
SAM OSNOS
20
2
REBECCA PEARLSTEIN
20
2
HENRY RICH
20
2
ARLINE GOLDFARB SCHAFER
20
2
FRED SEGAL
20
2
BEN SOLOMON
JENNIE PUCKOVITSKY
20
2
TAMAREN
20
2
LOUIS WALTMAN
20
2
FAY WEISBLATT

NATHAN BAKALAR
WOLF COHEN
TILLIE GLICKSMAN
SELMA S. LEVINE
THEODORE LIPMAN
SINA SCHULIST
JENNIE SHORE
LEON J. SIMON
GEOFFREY I. SPECTOR
FANNIE YAKER
ERNEST H. CHAYET
MELVIN E. DUCHAN
SOPHIE ENGELMAN
SARALEE GORDON
RUBEN GREVNIN
ROSE HERSHMAN
PEARL PATENT
MAX RUBIN
HELEN E. SILVER
LILLIAN ZEIDMAN
MAX COHEN
ROSE FELDSTEIN
HANNCHEN HESS
ALBERT KANFER
MAX KAPLAN
JACK LUBLIN
DAVID MORRIS
BENJAMIN A. POLLACK
MARY ERLICH
MARY FILL
EUGENE J. GOODMAN
SAMUEL GORE
PAULA M. GREENBLATT
ESTHER F. KLAUS
BERNICE LAKIAN
HERMAN SCHEN
SIMA KAILA B' MOSHE
MAX WAIN
BEN WEIDER
BEN BARNETT
AARON L. BERG
BENJAMIN BRONCWAIG
LOUIS M. DUNN
ERNA EISCH
CHASHE M. LEVENSON
MOLLIE MASSERMAN
HYMAN ROSEN
MIRIAM SCHEY
DORA SEIDEL
LEO N. SPECTOR
ABRAHAM WOLOK

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