Max Luria obit 2
dealers in scrap iron, died at his home 111 Amburst ave., ATLANTIC CITY Saturday. Death was due to a heart attack. Mr. Luria, for many years a City for the last eight years, leader in Jewish community activ - ties here, had resided in Atlantic With his brother, Alexander L. Luria, who is president of the company, he was one of the chief supporters of the campaign for the establishment of the Jewish Community Center in 1923, being chair man of the building committee at that time. Alexander Luria was elected president of the center after $162,000 was pledged in the drive. Surviving are his widow, Sadie (Foreman); six children, Herbert D., of Detroit, Mich.; WiUiam F., of Philadelphia; David, Henry. Mortimer, all of New York, and Dorothy, of Atlantic City; two brothers, Alexander, of Atlantic City, and Levi Luria, of York, and two sisters, Mrs. Louis Lavetan, of York, and Mrs. Max Silberman, of Atlantic City. Another brother, Abe, died about 12 years ago, and another sister, Annie, wife of Levi Noch, succumbed some time ago. Funeral services will be held at 1 o'clock this afternoon in the Henninger Funeral Home, which Is in charge of arrangements. Burial will be in the Green Tree Cemetery.