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February 10, 1989 - Image 124

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-02-10

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Cyril Wagner, former owner
of Edgewater Amusement
Park, died Feb. 1 at age 73.
Born in Detroit, Mr.
Wagner was graduated from
the Culver Military School
and attended Wayne State
University. He was the former
owner of the Jefferson Beach
Marina and retired five years
ago. He had residences in the
Detroit area and in Palm
Beach, Fla.
Mr. Wagner was a member
of Temple Beth El, Franklin
Hills Country Club, Fur-
niture Club of Detroit and
Temple Israel in West Palm
Beach, Fla. He was a 32nd
degree Mason.
He leaves his wife, Beverly;
three sons, William Wagner,
Robert Wagner and Jeffrey
Prentis Straus; two brothers,
Milton of Southfield and
Alvin of St. Clair Shores; two
sisters, Mrs. Ralph
(Geraldine) Granet of Farm-
ington Hills and Mrs. Robert
(Lois) Benson of Birmingham;
and two grandchildren. Inter-
ment Detroit.

Harry Brodsky

Harry N. Brodsky, a former
Detroit electrical manufac-
turer, died Feb. 1 at age 77.
Born in Hammond, Ind.,
Mr. Brodsky lived many years
in Detroit prior to retiring in
Pompano Beach, Fla. He was
the founder and owner of
Riverside Manufacturing in
Dearborn. He was a member
of Adat Shalom Synagogue,
Perfection Lodge of the
Masons, Moslem Temple and
was a past president of the
Greater Detroit Chapter of
the City of Hope.
He leaves his wife, Pearl;
two sons, Bernard of Bloom-
field Hills and Dr. Stuart of
Mayfield, Ky.; a daughter,
Mrs. Larry (Suzanne) Arnkoff
of Miami, Fla.; three brothers,
Herman of Huntington
Woods, Abraham of
Southfield and Nathan of
Florida; three sisters, Mrs.
Nathan (Goldye) Marko of
Florida, Mrs. Ben (Bessie)
Weintrob of Oak Park and
Mrs. Harold (Lena) Rothstein
of Southfield; and five grand-
children. Interment Detroit.

Allan Gilbert

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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1989

Allan W. Gilbert, an at-
torney with the firm of Rice,
Rice, Gilbert and Marston in
Detroit, died Feb. 6 at age 54.
A native Detroiter, Mr.
Gilbert was graduated from
Central High School, the
University of Michigan,
Wayne State University Law

School. He passed the bar in
1961 and was admitted to
practice before the United
States Supreme Court.
Mr. Gilbert was a member
of the board of the Commer-
cial Law League of America,
and a member of the
Michigan State Bar Associa-
tion, Pisgah Lodge of B'nai
B'rith, a delegate to the
Metropolitan Detroit B'nai
B'rith Bowling Association
and a delegate to the Interna-
tional B'nai B'rith Bowling
Association and member of
Congregation Shaarey Zedek.
He leaves his wife, Anita; a
son, Robert Michael; three
daughters, Kathy of Arizona,
Mrs. Timothy (Deborah)
Ripley - of Maryland and
Suzanne of New York; two
brothers, Joseph and Dr.
Daniel.

Historian Dies,
Won Pulitzer

New York — Pulitzer Prize-
winning historian Barbara
Tuchman died Feb. 6 at age
77.
Mrs. Tuchman won her first
Pulitzer Prize for The Guns of
August in 1962. Her second
Pulitzer came for her 1971
biography of Gen. Joseph
Stilwell, Stilwell and the
American Experience in
China, 1911-1945. Her other
books include The Zimmer-
mann Telegram, The Proud
Tower, A Distant Mirror and
The First Salute.
Born Barbara Wertheim,
Mrs. Tuchman was the
daughter of Maurice Wer-
theim, an investment banker,
art collector and philan-
thropist, and Alma Morgen-
thau Wertheim, a sister of
Henry Morgenthau Jr., who
was secretary of the treasury
under President Franklin D.
Roosevelt. She had 22
honorary degrees but
noacademic title or graduate
degree.

M. Silverman

Mark Samuel Silverman,
an associate producer of ma-
jor market movies, died Feb.
3 at age 36.
A native Detroiter, Mr.
Silverman resided in New
York at the time of his death.
Co-producer of the hit film,
Raising Arizona, Mr. Silver-
man was associate producer
for the movie Blood Simple
and a production manager for
Crocodile Dundee. At the
time of his death he was
working on a new film, Miller
Crossing.
Mr. Silverman began his
film career at age 13 when he
received a movie camera as a

bar mitzvah gift. He shot
family vacations, wedding an-
niversaries and later short
stories and political issues.
After the Detroit riots, he
filmed burned-out buildings.
One of his films, Polarella, a
take off on Cinderella, was
one of his earlier efforts and
starred his sisters.
He was graduated from Oak
Park High School in 1970 and
attended the University of
Michigan, graduating with a
degree in psychology. He also
attended New York Universi-
ty's graduate film shcool,
where he met Ethan and Joel
Coen, producers, writers and
directors of Raising Arizona
and Blood Simple.
Mr. Silverman is survived
by his mother, Hilda Silver-
man of Soutfield; two sisters,
Mrs. Howard (Pola) Friedman
of Birmingham and Mrs.
Mark (Eileen) Kleiman of
Ann Arbor; nieces and
nephews. Interment Detroit.

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Israel Tells U.N.
PLO Still Same

Geneva (JTA) — An unbridl-
ed verbal assault on Israel by
the Palestine Liberation
Organization and its Arab
allies was cited by the Israeli
delegate to the U.N. Human
Rights Commission here as
proof that the PLO's goal is
still the destruction of Israel.
There should be no illusions
that PLO chief Yassir Arafat
and his cohorts have changed
their attitude and really
desire peace, the Israeli
delegate, Rafael Walden, said.
The commission's annual
conference opened last week
and will end next month. The
first agenda item is "The
Violation of Human Rights in
the Occupied Arab terri-
tories."
"How can anyone listening
to the speeches delivered here
by the Arabs harbor the illu-
sion that they did a complete
about-face and abandoned
terrorism and the aim of the
destruction of Israel?"
Walden asked.
Walden claimed that the
PLO and the Shiite militia,
Amal, have agreed to con-
tinue anti-Israel operations
from Lebanese soil.
The Israeli delegate also
deplored what he called the
one- sidedness of Amnesty In-
ternational.
Its representative, Ingrid
Kircher, gave no credence to
the extreme Arab charges
when she spoke last week.
But she repeatedly express-
ed concern about a broad
range of human rights viola-
tions attributed to the Israelis.

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