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July 14, 1989 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-07-14

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On the eve of his 100th bir-
thday, Isaac Finkelstein, who
died July 12 was still engag-
ed in accumulating
memorabilia.
Starting with the early
years of the 1920s, he was an
organizing force in what was
then referred to as "the
masses." They were the Yid-
dish cultural forces who
welcomed immigrants and
helped them establish
themselves via loans to start
businesseswhile encouraging
schools for the children.
Mr. Finkelstein was
graduated from the Detroit
College of Law in 1923 and
practiced law until his retire-
ment in 1955. He was the
first president of the Sholem
Aleichem Institute and its
first honorary life president.
He was active in landsman-
shaften organizations, a
former board member of the
Jewish Community Council
and a former editor of The
Jewish Daily Forward. Mr.
Finkelstein also was a lec-
turer of note.
He leaves a son, Dr. Lionel;
a daughter, Lillian Gold; a
sister, Shifra Becher of Israel;
nine grandchildren and 10
great-grandchildren. Services
noon today at Ira Kaufman
Chapel.

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FRIDAY, JULY 14, 1989

Blanche M. Robinson, presi-
dent and founder of Artours,
Inc., died July 5 at age 62. -
A native Detroiter, she was
secretary of Friendly Ark
Recretion Corp. from 1985 un-
til her death. She previously
was a director of public rela-
tions/marketing for the
Michigan Opera Theatre and
diector of community rela-
tions for the Detroit Institute
of Arts, Theatre Arts
Youtheatre.
Her communal affiliations
included Detroit Institute of
Arts, Detroit Public Library,
Cranbrook Art Academy,
Michigan Cancer Foundation,
Kenney-Michigan Rehabilita-
tion Foundation, Oakland

County Cultural Council,
Oakland University, Women's
Investment Study Group,
Meadow Brook Art Gallery,
American Artists, Southfield
Arts Council, Metropolitan
Detroit Volunteer Network,
Oakland County Citizens
League, Birmingham League
of Women Voters.
Mrs. Robinson was a
speaker at museum con-
ferences and a consultant to
art museums. Her other af-
filiations included American
Indian Association, Detroit
Artist Market, Detroit Focus
Gallery, Birmingham-
Bloomfield Art Association,
International Visitors Coun-
cil, Pewabic Pottery, Detroit
Historical Society, Friends of
Sibley House and Temple
Shir Shalom.
Professionally, she was a
member of the Public Rela-
tions Society of America and
Detroit Press Club.
Mrs. Robinson leaves her
husband, Roger; a son,
Richard of Denver, Colo.; a
daughter, Karen of Denver;
and three grandchildren. In-
terment Denver.

M. Stewart

Maurice "Maury" Stewart,
founder and president of
Stewart Oxygen Service, died
July 10 at age 74.
Mr. Stewart was a graduate
of the Wayne State Universi-
ty College of Pharmacy. He
founded his firm in 1964.
He was a past president and
board member of Temple
Israel's Brotherhood and co-
chairman of the temple's
ritual committee. He was a
past vice president of the Na-
tional Federation of Temple
Brotherhoods and a member
of Perfection Lodge of the
Masons.
He leaves his wife, Eve; two
sons, Loren (Larry) of
Scotland and Jeffrey; a
daughter, Susan; a sister,
Mrs. Edna Skolnick; and
seven grandchildren.

Sylvia Glantz

Sylvia Glantz, an active
member of Congregation
Shaarey Zedek, died July 8.
Mrs. Glantz was active in
plays and amateur musicals
at the synagogue and with
Hadassah. She was a life
member of Hadassah.
She leaves her husband,
Gabriel of West Bloomfield;
two sons, Leonard of
Southfield and Steve of
Sunrise, Fla.; a daughter,
Mrs. Jerome (Arlene) Blum;
her mother, Mrs. Clara
Kleiman; a brother, Harvey
Kleiman; a sister, Mrs. Roy
(Sally) Rogow; and two
grandchildren.

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