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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-12-20

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, December 20, 1968-39

OBITUARIES

Robert R. Marwil, 87; Headed ZOD,
Keren Hayesod, Cong. Shaarey Zedek

Robert R. Marwil, who headed For a number of years, Mr.
important movements here and Marwil was engaged in the spe-
was among the most active Zionist cialty food business.
leaders, died Sunday. He would
When Mr. Marwil moved, 20
have been 88 Feb. 20.
years ago, to 18681 Prairie, where
Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. he retained his residence until
Robert (Nathalie) Morrison; three his passing, he joined Cong. Adas
sons, Dr. Thomas B., Sidney H. Shalom, and the rabbis of both
and Milton S.; 14 grandchildren Adas Shalon and Shaarey Zedek,
and five great-grandchildren. Jacob Segal and Irwin Groner, and
A native Detroiter, Mr. Marwil Cantor J. H. Sonenklar, partici-
rose to leadership in major com- pated in the funural service Tues-
munity movements. He was a past day morning at Kaufman Chapel.
president of Cong. Shaarey Zedek
Mr. Marwil's wife, Rachel, who
and the Zionist Organization of died in 1961, lived in Israel for a
Detroit, served as chairman of the year with her parents in 1899, and
she took a great interest in an or-
phanage in Israel. Mr. Marwil
continued that interest with his
solicitations for the orphanage for
a number of years.

Aaron Weiswasser,
Detroit Attorney

ROBERT R. MARWIL

Keren Hayesod campaigns here in
the 1920s, was a member of the
board of several agencies, includ-
ing the House of Shelter and the
Hebrew Free Loan Association,
and was active in the United He-
brew Schools, having served on
the UHS board for many years. He
was active in Allied Jewish Cam-
paigns.
While on a visit to Israel he
represented the United Synagogue
of America.
He served on the Wayne County
Board of Supervisors for two
years.
In his early business activities
here, he was a cap manufacturer
for 25 years.

WE REMEMBER
REMEMBER

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During the coming
week Yeshiva Beth
Yehuda will observe
the Yahrzeit of the
following departed
friends, with the
traditional Memorial
Prayers, recitation of
Kaddish and study-
ing of Mishnayes.

Lottie Ravet
Rose Spitzer
Esther Shuster
Jack Kopman
Alex Fried
Harry Pearlstein
Krendel Salasnek
Pauline Weinstein
David Sturman
Joseph Scherr
Joseph H. Shandom
Adolph Escoff
Sam S. Reinstein
Abraham Pupko
Rose Marks
Mary Glassman
Harry Surath
Israel Fishman
Maria Foltyn
Samuel Bienenfeld
Jacob Shevitz
Morris Koss
Pauline Surowitz
Bessie Short.
Jacob Levin
Maurice Safran
Tony Thorn
Sarah Buchman
Samuel Robinson
Norman Stern
Jacob Cohn
' Ethel L. Weiner
Fannie Gutman
?Aida Kleiman
Ube E. Agranovltz

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Lee Gladstone
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Yeshivath Beth Yehudah

Aaron Weiswasser, a partner in
the law firm of Weisw,asser, Jaffe
and Grant, located in the First
National Building, for 31 years,
died Sunday at age 64.
Mr. Weiswasser, 8642 Hendrie,
Huntington Woods, was born in
Russia but lived in Detroit since
age 2. He attended Central High
School and was graduated from the
University of Michigan's la w
school in 1927. He was a member
of the American, Michigan and
Detroit bar associations, American
Judicature Society, Temple Ema-
nu-E1 and Tau Epsilon Rho law
fraternity. He was a past presi-
dent of the Jewish House of Shel-
ter.
Surviving are his wife, Anne: a
son, William; a daughter, Mrs. Ju-
dith Nardi; two brothers, Avery
and George; and a sister, Mrs.
Nevin (Bernice) Fiske.

CARD OF THANKS
The family of the late Herman
Sherizen acknowledges with grate-
ful appreciation the many kind
expressions of sympathy extended
by relatives and friends during
the family's recent bereavement.

The Family of the Late

LEO SHWEDEL

Announces the 'unveiling
of a monument in his
memory noon Sunday, Dec.
29, at Clover Hill Memo-
rial Park. Rabbi Groner
will oficiate. Relatives and
friends are asked to at-
tend.

The Family of the Late

FANNIE FELSOT

Acknowledges with grate-
ful appreciation the many
kind expressions of sym-
pathy extended by rela-
tives and friends during
the family's recent be-
reavement.

LEO ALLOWITZ, 21330 West-
hampton, Oak Park, died Dec. 15.
Survived by his wife, Betsy; three
daughters, Mrs. Kenneth (Nadine)
Berke, Michelle and Debra; one
brother and two sisters.
* * *
SARAH BAILES, 18624 Wiscon-
sin, died Dec. 13. She leaves two
sons, Herbert Bailey and Allen of
New York; four daughters, Mrs.
Harry (Esther) Steinberg of New
York, Mrs. Max (Henrietta) Le-
bow, Mrs. Milton (Selma) Gold-
berg and Mrs. William (Leanore)
Scher; two brothers, three sisters,
eight grandchildren and 13 great-
grandchildren. Interment Syra-
cuse.
▪ * *
HARRY BERENBAUM, 2295
Tyler, died Dec. 14. Survived by
his wife, Anna; a son, Albert; a
daughter, Mrs. Edward (Lillian)
Schlussel; three grandchildren
and two great-grandchildren.
* •
BESSIE BIDNE, 23404 Plum-
brooke, Southfield, died Dec. 16.
Survived by a son, David; two
daughters, Mrs. Abe (Bertha) Kole
and Mrs. Al (Eva) Kaye; seven
grandchildren and seven great-
grandchildren.
* *
GERTRUDE CHAIFETZ of
Worcester, Mass., died Dec. 15.
She leaves her husband, Harry;
and two sons, David and Richard
of Detroit. Interment Worcester.

a * *

FLORENCE CHESEN, 2490 New-
berry, Pontiac, died Dec. 15. She
leaves a son, William; a daughter,
Mrs. George (Gloria) Peal; two
brothers, three sisters, seven
grandchildren and one great-
grandchild.
▪ *
HYMAN COHEN, 13379 S. Nor-
folk Ct., died Dec. 14. Survived by
his wife, Lillian; a son, Dr. Leo-
nard Cohn; a daughter, Mrs. Lin-
coln (Barbara) Racey; one sister
and five grandchildren.
* *
DARWIN FIELDING, former
Detroiter of Los Angeles, died
Dec. 13. Survived by his wife,
Ruth; two sons, Robert and Ken-
neth; a daughter, Susan; and two
grandchildren. Interment Los
Angeles.
* s *
ABRAHAM FRIEDMAN, 15425
Miller, Oak Park, died Dec. 18.
Survived by two sons, Ronald Free-
man and Ben of Atlanta; a daugh-
ter, Mrs. Jack (Leah) Halpern;
nine grandchildren and 14 great-
grandchildren.
* * s
SIDNEY GOLDS, 10661 Corning,
Oak Park, died Dec. 13. He leaves
his wife, Tania; a son, Kenneth;
his father, Sol Golos of New York;
and one sister. •
a * *
ESTHER GROSSMAN, 20448
Cheyenne, died Dec. 17. She leaves
two sons, Lester Rynek and Wal-
lace Rynek; a daughter, Mrs. Kol-
mon (Pearl) Sachse; five grand-
children and four great-grandchil-
dren.

DOROTHY ISBERG, 23760 Car-
ERNST OSTERREICHER, 4401
riage Hill, Southfield, died Dec. Woodhall, died Dec. 16. He leaves
16. She leaves her mother, Mrs. his wife, Henriette; a daughter,
Freda Isberg; and a brother, Max. Mrs. Jack R. (Irene) Smeyers;
and two grandchildren.
* s*
PHILIP KIPNESS, 19100 W.
ABRAHAM PERMA N, 20227
Seven Mile, died Dec. 14. Survived
by a son, Harry; two daughters, Tracey, died Dec. 13. Survived by
Mrs. Irving S. (Mary) Rubin and a son, Robert of Bethesda, Md.;
Mrs. Meyer (Molly) Siegel; and
a daughter, Ruth; one brother, one
nine grandchildren.
sister and one grandchild.
* a *
a a
ESTHER KIRSH, 11501 Petos-
FAYE POME R ANT Z, 20600
key, died Dec. 12. Survived by a
son, Harry; a daughter, Mrs. Jo- Knob Woods, Southfield, died Dec.
seph (Shirley) Ostrowitz; two 14. She leaves her husband, Mey-
brothers, three sisters, nine grand- er; two daughters, Mrs. David
children and one great-grandchild.
(Elaine) Polk and Mrs. Ronald
* *
MEYER KRAMER, former De- (Adrienne) Kane; her parents,
troiter of Los Angeles, died Dec. Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Ginsberg;
13. Survived by his wife, Ada; one brother, one sister and five
three daughters, Gersha Rogers grandchildren.
and Shama McKay of California
a *
and Paula Lashinsky of Charles-
SIMA SHALIT, 15160 Kenton,
ton, W.Va.; three brothers, Hy- Oak Park, died Dec. 14. She leaves
men, Samuel and Jack, all of De- her husband, Alexander; a son,
troit; and two sisters, Mrs. Ben Larry of Ann Arbor; two brothers,
(Sally) Gray and Mrs. Hyman three sisters and three grand-
(Ida) Wasser, both of Detroit; children.
and six grandchildren. Interment
* *
Los Angeles.
KALMAN SONNENFELD, 4067
a a a
Clements, died Dec. 17. Survived
DAVID D. LEOF, 16502 Fair- by a daughter,
Mrs.
Walter
field, died Dec. 11. He leaves his (Elayne) Wright of Woodside,
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles N.Y.; and two sisters.
Leof: his grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Leof and Mr. and
KAREN ELIZABETH S T E T-
DeFors; and his TEN, 2620 Oxford, Troy, died Dec.
great-grandmother, Mrs. Julia Mc- 12. She leaves her parents, Mr.
Phaul.
and Mrs. Warren D. Stetten; and
• * *
a brother, Michael.
BERTHA LIEBERMAN, 11501
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Petoskey, leaves a son, Robert;
MEYER J. STOUN, 5829 Ever-
three daughters, Mrs. Sam (Esth- green, Dearborn Heights, died
er) Fishman, Mrs. Roger (Shir-
Dec. 14. He leaves his wife, Syl-
ley) Mathews and Mrs. Herbert via; his mother, Mrs. Yetta Stoun
(Grace) Freehling of Montgomery, of Florida; one brother and two
Ala.; and 11 grandchildren.
sisters. Interment Toronto.
a a a
* *
LOUIS LIPNIK, former Detroit-
DR. RAYMOND ZBICK of Chi-
er of Ann Arbor, died Dec. 14. He
leaves his wife, Lillian; three sons, cago died Dec. 11. He leaves his
Gerald, Seymour and Alvin; and wife, Joan; and a sister, Evelyn
of Detroit. Interment Chicago.
two grandchildren.
a * a
LAURIE PAMELA MOSS, 14461
LaBelle, Oak Park, died Dec. 15.
She leaves her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Gary Moss; her grandpar-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Harmon Moss
and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Zipper;
and her great-grandparents, Mr.
and Mrs. Abe Moss.
* a
BETTY BRILL MUNCH of Los
Angeles died Dec. 10. Survived by
her husband, Irving; two daugh-
ters, Karen and Connie; her father,
Josiah Brill of Minneapolis; one
brother, two sisters and her broth-
er- and sister-in-law, Dr. and Mrs.
Peter Martin of Detroit. Interment
Los Angeles.
* a *
LAWRENCE NICHAMIN, 15370
Tames, Oak Park, died Dec. 12.
He leaves his wife, Sarah; a son,
Dr. Alan Nickamin; a daughter,
Mrs. Morton (Gaile) Jaffe; and
four grandchildren.

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