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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-01-08

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, January 3, 1971-47

OBITUARIES

M. Malin, Landsmanshaften Leader

Morris Malin, 77, who for many
years was a leader in the Lands-
manshaften, whose combine d
movement he headed- as the first
president, and who was a pioneer
worker for the Histadrut, died at
the Home for the Aged Monday.
Surviving are his wife, Anna;
three sons, Ben of Northridge,
Calif., Larry and Isidore; a daugh-
ter, Mrs. Irving (Evelyn) Rich; 13
grandchildren and four great-
grandchildren.
Mr. Malin was instfumental in
raising funds for a clinic at Kupat
Holim Hospital in Gan Yavne,
Israel, through Histadrut, and

aided the Jewish National Fund
and other causes.
For 18 years he was on the staff
of the Wayne County Treasurer.
An unsuccessful candidate for the
State Senate 20 years ago, he
owned the Fenkell Variety Store
at Fenkell and Muirland for 20
years until - his retirement eight
years ago.

Joseph L. Stone,
Labor Zionist, 80

Labor Zionist leader Joseph Leo
Stone, who retired five years ago
from his jewelry business, located
in the Metropolitan Building' for
30 years. died Sunday in Miami
Beach. He was 80.

Mr. Stone, who was born in
Poland, was a former member
of Cong. Shaarey Zedek, an active
member of Arlazaroff Branch of
Farband and past treasurer of the
Farband City Committee. He be-
longed to Branch 2 of the Labor
Zionist Organization and Habonim
Chay Commission and was active
in the Histadrut campaigns. He
leaves his wife. Anne; two sons,
Jack and Dr. Sidney L.; a daugh-
ter, Mrs. Howard (Marcia) Par-
ven; a brother, Morris; and six
grandchildren.

MORRIS MALIN

Mrs. Malin was in Israel three
years ago to attend the clinic's
dedication.
He served as president of the
Korostishever Aid Society which
assisted in establishing the clinic
in Israel. He also was a founder
of the Home for the Aged.
An active worker for the Allied
Jewish Campaign, Mr. Malin also

The Sigmunt Rubin and
Rune Greenbaum Fami-

lies extend their sincerest
condolences to their
friend Henry Fox and

Family on the recent loss

Theodore Eichner, 65;
Headed Cleaning Firm

Theodore Eichner, president of
Kingsboro Cleaners, Inc., a three-
store chain, died Dec. 30 at age 65.
He also was secretary-treasurer of
Unity Cleaners, with two stores in
the Detroit area.
Mr. Eichner, 30330 Southfield, in
Southfield, was born in Hungary
and lived in the Detroit area 58
years. He was a member of Cong.
Bnai Moshe and the Detroit Dry-
Cleaning Institute.
Surviving are his wife, Pauline;
two sons, Dr. Harvey of San Fran-
cisco and Dr. Jerrold; a brother,
Al; three sisters, Mrs. Lillian
Brilliant of Los Angeles, Mrs. Phil-
ip (Gertrude) Maskin and Mrs.
Edward (Evelyn) Kohleriter; and
three grandchildren.

Louis Kogan, 37;
Hospital Official

of his sister Pola Sem-
lewicx of Israel.

Louis Kogan, assistant adminis-
trator of St. Joseph Mercy Hospi-
tal, Pontiac, died Monday at age
37.
Mr. Kogan, 670A E. Fox Hills
Bloomfield Hills, was born in De-
troit and was a graduate of Wayne
State University's college of busi-
ness administration.
Surviving are his wife, Sandra;
a daughter, Lorie; his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kogan; a
sister, Mrs. Marvin (Sara) Hoff-
man; two brothers, Shield and
Aaron.

.

A Truly 11151111111111 Woman
and Wonderful Mother

LILLIAN
MARLOWE

Passed Away
January 14, 1960
Dearly Loved and Sadly
Missed by Her Daughters,
Mrs. Dominick (Bonnie)
Vodno and Mrs. Hershel
(Debbie) Kashdan.

Ira Brawer, 77

Ira Brawer, a variety store mer-
chant for 45 years, died Tuesday
at age 77.
Mr. Brawer, 18237 Snowden, op-
erated Brawer's Stores until he re-
tired in 1966. Born in New York,
he lived in Detroit 50 years. He
was a member of Cong. Shaarey
Zedek, Kiwanis Club and the Met-
ropolitan Detroit Rose Society. '
Survivors include his wife, Elsie;
two sons, Sidney of Brentwood,
Calif., and Bernard; a daughter,
Mrs. Charlotte Klamer of Pacific
Palisades, Calif.; three sisters and
seven grandchildren.

Mrs. Joseph (Doris)
Klinger and
Mr. Harry Cohen
Family of the Late

SAMUEL AND
ELIZABETH
COHEN

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

:

HILDA KIRSCH of Spring Val-
ley, N. Y., died Jan. 1. Survived
by her husband, Al; a son, David

William Schey, 64,
Manufacturer's Rep

of Detroit; two daughters, Mrs. ITZHAK SINGERMAN of Jeru-
Bruce (Penny) Wein of Flushing, 1 salem died Dec. 8. Survived by his
N. Y., and Sandra; and three wife, Hanna; a son, Amnon of
grandchildren. Interment Spring Cleveland; a daughter, Orah; three
sisters, including Mrs. • Morris
Valley.
• • •
(Cecile) Plafkin of Detroit and
ESTHER KRAUSE, former De- Mrs. Ann Nosanchuk of Windsor;
and
two grandchildren.
troiter of Miami, died Jan. 5. Sur-



vived by her husband, Leo; and
GOLDIE SLAFKIN, 24370 Ridge-
four sisters, Mrs. Saul (Harriet)
Jackson, Lena, Helen and Ann, all dale, Oak Park, died Jan. 2. Sur-
vived by her husband, Bobby -T.;
of Detroit. Interment Miami.
a son, Gary Bernstein; a daughter,
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Mrs. Harold (Linda) Goldberg;
MAYNARD LAZARUS of Trav-
her parents, Harry and Esther
erse City died Jan. 2. He leaves
a son, David of Detroit; two Meklir; three brothers, two sisters
daughters, Mrs. Michael (Helene) and three grandchildren.

Tinn of Detroit and Mrs. Boyce
SARAH STARKMAN of Toronto
(Adelle) Lucas of Whitehall, died Jan. 4. Survived by two sons,
Mich.; four sisters and 10 grand. Maurice Stark and Maxwell Stark;
children. Interment Traverse City. four daughters, Mrs. Kenneth
• • •
(Esther) Fr e e m a n, Mrs. Ben
ROSE MERTZ, 13725 Dexter, (Ethel) Rachlin, Mrs. Ida Sweig-
died Dec. 31. Survived by a broth- .man and Mrs. Rose Colman of
er-in-law and sister-in-law, Mr. and Detroit; 15 grandchildren, 31 great-
Mrs. David Mertz; nieces and 'grandchildren and one great-great-
nephews.
grandchild. Interment Toronto.
• • •



ISADORE TOLCHIN, 17325 Mans-
MILFORD MOLODOFSKY, 23400
field,
died
Jan.
3.
Survived
by
Radclift, Oak Park, died Jan. 4.
Survived by his wife, Shirley; a three sons, Oscar of Beverly Hills,
son, Joel; three daughters, Joy, Calif., Julius and Samuel, one
Deborah and Rosalind; his mother, sister, eight grandchildren and
Mrs. Mary Molodofsky; and two five great-grandchildren.
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sisters.
SAMUEL ZIEGELMAN, 16083
• • •
Hilton,
Southfield,
died Jan. 5. He
SAM NASBERG, 11501iletoskey,
died Jan. 2. Survived by a daugh- leaves his wife, Sarah; three sons,
Gerald
of
Needham,
Mass., Nor-
ter, Mrs. Jennie Weinstein; two
grandchildren and five great-grand- man and Robert; a daughter,
Diane;
two
brothers,
two sisters
children.
and eight grandchildren.
• • •
SAM NEMETH, 21831 Beverly,
Oak Park, died Jan. 3. He leaves
his wife, Norma; a son, Dr.
Joseph; two daughters, Mrs. Ar-
thur (Rhoda) Sills and Mrs. Helene
Rothstein; two brothers, two sis-
ters and 10 grandchildren.
During the coning
• • •
week Yeshiva Beth
Yehudo will .Marva
MARK PLATT, 23721 Marlow,
the Yahrzeit of, the
Oak Park, died Jan. 6. Survived
following depareed
by his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
friends, with the
Elliott Platt; his grandmother,
traditional Meseeriol
Mrs. Hattie Schetart; a brother,
Prayers, reciteties
Barry; and a sister, Debora.
of Kaddish and sty-

• WE REMEMBER



• •

SZEREN REITMANN, 340 Con-
cord, Bloomfield Hills, died Jan.
3. She leaves a son, William, and
one grandchild.
• • •
HERMAN ROSENBERG, 19378
Patton, died Dec. 31. Survived by
his wife, Ida; a son, David of
Cleveland; and one sister.
• • •
MAE SCHNEIDER, 23501 W.
Eight Mile, died Jan. 3. She leaves
a son, Marvin of Chattanooga; two
daughters, Mrs. Sam (Leah) Has-
sin and Tybie; one brother, one
sister, four grandchildren and two
great-grandchildren.

William Schey, a manufacturer's
representative for several tobacco
companies, died Dec. 29 at age 64.
Mr. Schey, 25119 Chapelweigh,
Farmington, was a member of
Perfection Lodge of the Masons,
Silverman Post, Jewish War Vet-
erans and the Michigan Candy and
Tobacco Association. A native of
Austria, he lived in the Detroit
area 47 years. He was a World
War II veteran.
Surviving are his wife, Sylvia;
a son, Avrum; a daughter, Mrs.
Sam (Maxine) Krinsky; three
brothers, two sisters and three
grandchildren.

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SARAH BARBAS, 11501 Petos-
key, died Jan. 4. She leaves three
sons, David, Leonard and Sidney;
three grandchildren and two great-
grandchildren.
• • •
U.P. BARNES, 2618 Chene, died
Dec. 27. He leaves a brother, J.
Edward.
• • •
DORA BLOOM, 24030 Dante, Oak
Park, died Jan. 4. She leaves her
husband, Max; two sons, Gershon
and Richard; one brother; one
sister and two grandchildren.
• • •
SADIE S. COHEN of Chicago
died Jan. 5. She leaves her hus-
band, Abraham; a son, Jack of
Skokie; a daughter, Mrs. Doris
G. Stein of Detroit; one brother,
five grandchildren and two great-
grandchildren. Interment Skokie.
a
• •
NATHAN FITLOW, 19323 Free-
land, died Jan. 3. Survived by his
wife, Helen; a son, Harry H.;
three daughters, Mrs. Harold (Ida)
Van Baalen of Birmingham, Ala.,
Mrs. Sidney (Mildred) Miller of
Grand Rapids and Mrs. Charles
S. (Blanche) Brasch; nine grand-
children and two great-grandchil-
dren.
• • •
MORRIS GOLDMAN, 2665 Glad-
stone, died Jan. 6. Survived by
his wife, Lillian; a son, Harold;
one brother and three grandchil-
dren.
• • •
THERESA GOODFRIEND, 15380
James, Oak Park, died Jan. 5.
She leaves her husband, Ernest;
two daughters, Mrs. Ben (Lillian)
Chinitz, and Mrs. Jerome (Dor-
othy) Rapoport of Tarzana, Calif.;
three sisters, 12 grandchildren and
two great-grandchildren.
• • •
ANNA GREENSPON, 11501
Petoskey, died Jan. 3. Survived by
three daughters, Mrs. Max (Pearl)
Lebow, Mrs. Sylvia Levin and Mrs.
Frances Shoenfeid of Euclid, O.;
eight grandchildren and two great-
grandchildren.
• • •
ar-C. GREENWALD, 22141
Avon, Oak Park, died Jan. 6. Sur-
vived by two sons, Martin and
Arthur; and eight grandchildren.
• • •
HENRIETTA HERZ, 13301 N.
Norfolk, died Jan. 4. She leaves a
son, Heinz of Chicago; one brother,
one sister and three grandchildren.

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Arthur M. Glaser 13
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Jennie Kozel
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HIlde SosnIck
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Louis Zide
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Henry Cohen
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Fannie Harris
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Joseph Levin*
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Max Wasserman
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Baruch Yagoda
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Adolph Mahler
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Bella Rowel
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Sarah L. Sacher
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Rose Ingeroff
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Dore W. Milling
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Abraham I. Chesluk 16
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Reuben Miller
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Jacob Koss
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Isaac Bloom
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