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January 22, 1971 - Image 47

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-01-22

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, Jemmy 22, 1971 - 47

, Goldie Sher, 78,
of Ironwood

Goldie Sher, at 78 an active
member- of the Jewish community
of Ironwood, died Jan. 8. Among
her survivors is a daughter, Mrs.
Arthur (Ida) Chaims of Detroit,
whom Mrs. Sher visited frequently.
Born in Lithuania, Mrs. Sher
followed her husband David to
Ironwood, where he and a brother

made their home more than 50
years ago. Founder of Sher's Finer

Foods, which continues to be a
family business in_Ironwood, the
late Mr. Sher also breeded horses.
Working in the store until her
death; Mrs. Sher was active in the
small Ironwood community, its
Temple Beth El and sisterhood, and
Bnai Brith. Although only 10-15
Jewish families remain there,-Mrs.
Sher managed to maintain kashrut
in her home by obtaining meat
from Duluth, and Mrs. Chaims said
the Jewish National Fund blue-
white box was kept full.
Burial took place in the Jewish
cemetery in Hurley, Wis.
Surviving Mrs. Sher besides her
daughter are three sons, Jacob and
Dr. Harry, both of Ironwood, and
Louis of St. Paul; eight grandchil-
dren and seven great-grandchil-
dren.

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RACHEL ALGHABABA, 1810.5
Meyers, died Jan. 6. Survived by
four daughters, Victoria, Emily,
Mrs. Allegra Hakim and Mrs. Ca-
mie Cohen of Israel; and two
grandchildren.
• • •
RENEE BENNETT, former De-
troiter of Dayton, died Jan. 19.
Survived by her " grandmother,
Mrs. Rose Goldrich; and four
brothers, Harvey, Lester of Cham-
pagne, in.. and Steven and Joel,
both of Detroit. Interment Detroit.
• e •
HARRY BLECHMAN, former
Detroit of Miami Beach, died Jan.
20. fie leaves his wife, Fannie;
a ion, Sam; a daughter, Mrs.
Abraham (Sarah) Silver; seven
grandchildren and three great-
grandchildren. Interment Detroit.
• • •
ESTHER BRANDMAN, 19751
Biltmore, died Jan. 19. Survived
by three ..sons, Abe, Maurice and
David of Hollywood, Fla.; one
brother, two sisters, 13 grandchil-
dren and two great-grandchildren.
• • •
HARRY COHEN, 20150 Votro-
beck, died Jana 14. He leaves his
wife, Hattie; a son, Ralph of Sierra
Madre, Calif.; a daughter, Mrs.
Leo (Cecille) Ash; five grandchil-
dren and five great-grandchildren.
• • •
IDA COHEN, 24711 Pierce,
Southfield, died Jim. 20. She leaves
a son, Morton; three daughters,
Mrs. Harry (Dorothy) Kasmer,
Mrs. Irving (Nettie) Katcher and
Mrs. Morris (Anne) Madill; three
brothers, one sister and six grand-
children.
• e •
IDA EPSTEIN, 15210 W. Nine
Mile, Oak Park, died Jan. 14. Sur-
vived by two daughters. Mrs. Jos-
eph (Rose) Simons of Tucson and
Mrs. George M. (Lillian) Gold-

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MAX KANDER, 1053 Drouillard,
Windsor, died Jan. 8. Survived by
a son, Harry; two daughters, Mrs.
Hyman (Ruth) Goldberg and Lot-
tie; two sisters and seven grand-
children.
• • •
JOSEPH MENDELSON, - 19177
Votrobeck, died Jan. 14. He leaves
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Irving S. (Inez) Cane; one brother,
one sister and four grandchildren.

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Dan (Joanne) Bittner and Mrs.
Samuel ( Doris ) Sm argon ; one
brother, two sisters and two grand-
children.
• • •
MAX GOODMAN, 13128 Borg-
man, Harper Woods, died Jan. 18.
He leaves his wife, Marion; two
sons, Arthur and Irwin; a daugh-
ter, Mrs. Edward (Una) Dworkin;
and five grandchildren.
• • •
ROSE GROSSBERG, 3359 Ro-
chester, died Jan. 7. Survived by a
brother, Marvin Klaus of Califor-
nia; and a sister, Mrs. Arthur
(Margaret) EngeL
• • •
HERTA ISRAEL, 19100 W.
Seven Mile, died Jan. 17. Survived
by a brother, Martin Refills of
New York.
• • •
SAMUEL JOFFE, 1046 Maren-
tette, Virmdsor, died Jan. 16. Sur-
vived by two sons, Alex and Ben-
jamin of Detroit; a daughter, Mrs.
Katie Cohen; one brother, three
sisters, give grandchildren and
nine great-grandchildren. Inter-
ment Windsor.
• *
BESS BERGER KAHN, 10641
Santa Maria, died Jan. 16. She
leaves a daughter, Mrs. Phyllis
Leshin; two brothers and three

sisters.

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SAM OLIT (OLITSKY), former
Detroiter of Los Angeles, died
Jan. 17. Survived by his wife,
Clara; two sons, Harry of Detroit
and Max; three daughters, Mrs.
Manuel (Mary) Silverman of En-
cino, Mrs. Leo (Shirley) Kaplan
and Mrs, Sam (Florence) Wolk,
both of Detroit; two brothers, three
sisters, 10 grandchildren and eight
great-grandchildren. Interment Los
Angeles.


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In Memory of Our Dear Beloved

Mother Who Passed Away

Jan. 20, 1969

MINNIE A. ZACK

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milldam

First Day of Shevat (Jan. 27)

Who is sadly missed and will always be

remembered as the most beautiful mother in

the world.

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In -loving memory of Esther
Ellis, who passed away Jan. 21,
1970. Sadly missed by her sister
Sadie and David.



In loving memory of my dear son
Martin Fine, who passed away Jan.
24, 1947 (third day of Shevat),
sadly missed but not forgotten. Al-
ways will be in my heart.
Mother.

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In Loving Mensor7 et -
LAWRENCE I,EWIS
CBUDLER
Who , passed away Jan. 23,
BNB .,(8 days in Shevat).
Sadly miised and always
remembered by wife,
Ann; son, Gerald; daugh.
ters, Mrs. Phillip Baum,
Mrs.-Erwin Adelman and
grandchildren.

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Robson. died Jan. 20. Survived by
his wife, Dora; a son, Dr. Max;
two daughters, Mrs. David (Es-
ther) Goldstein and Mrs. Mitchel

vived by her husband, Sherman; a
son, Edward; three daughters,
Mrs. Morton (Janet) Brody, Mrs.

SYLVIA MOORAWNICK, 3323
Tyler, died Jan. 14. She leaves her
husband, Jack; a son, Morris; a
daughter, Mrs. Robert (Marian)
Manning; and three grandchildren.

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stein; four grandchildren and seven Oak Park, died Jan. 19. Survived
by his wife, Ruth, and a daughter,
great-grandchildren.
• a •
Helene.
• •
HELEN GOLDMAN, 28091 Glas-
PHILIP ROSENBERG, 19331
gow, Southfield, died Jan. 8. Sur-

(Rose) Kent; eight grandchildren
and four great-grandchildren.



DAVID ROSNER, 17416 Indiana,
died Jan. 18. Survived by two sons,
Joel and Bernard; a daughter, Mrs.
Violet Ehrlich; six grandchildren
and one great-grandchild.
• • •
NETTIE RUBIN, 14881 Schae-
fer, died Jan. 16. Survived by two
sisters, Mrs. Isadore (Anna) Lich-
tenstein and Mrs. Ada Rochlin of
New Jersey; and one grandchild.

ROSE B. SAFIER, 18520 W.
Seven Mile, died Jan. 16. She
leaves two sons, Milton of Los An-
geles and David of Tucson; and one
brother.
e •
ISMAR L. SPARBERG, 23105
Providence, Southfield, died Jan.
20. He leaves his wife, Mildred;
and one sister. Interment Buffalo.
• • •
HARRY WEISENTHAL, 12800 W.
Nine Mile, Oak Park, died Jan. 16.
He leaves his wife, Ida; two daugh-
ters, Mrs. Arthur (-Beatrice) Faber
and Mrs. Sydney (Mae) Good-
friend; three brothers, one sister,
seven grandchildren and two great-
grandchildren.
a e
BENJAMIN WOLKIN, 22120
Harding, Oak Park, died Jan. 19.
He leaves a son, Eugene of Califor-
nia; ,two daughters, Mrs. -Jack
(Jean) Schultz and Mrs.. Herbert
(Florence) Rosenberg; eight grand-
children and two great-grandchil-
dren. '
• •
ALEX ZUSIN, 15465 Miller, Oak
Park, died Jan. 13. Survived by his
wife, Mary; two daughters, Mrs.
Nathaniel (Marilyn) Fellows and
Mrs. Larry' (Marion) Gannes; two
sisters and seven grandchildren.

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•WE REMEMBER

Tram mta:



During the coming
week Yeshiva Bah
Yehuda will observe
the Yahrzeit of the
following departed
friends, with
the

traditional Memorial

No man who is occupied in doing
a very difficult thing, and doing it
very well, ever loses - his self-re-
spect-George Bernard Shaw.

Mrs. Bessie Gaines,
Mrs. R•h e r t (Sharon)
Stein, Mr. Michael Gaines
and Mrs. John (Dorothy)
Lightstone,
Famibr of the Late

HARRY GAINES

Acknowledge with grate-
ful appreciation the many
kind expressions of sym-
pathy extended by rela-
tives and friends during
the family's recent be-
*3-894ftlest.

Mrs. Anna Malin, wife;
sons Larry Isadore and
Ben; daughter Mrs. Irv-
ing (Evelyn) Rich; grand-
children and great-grand-
childr'en,
Family of the Late

MORRIS
(MISCHA) MALIN

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

BERG AND

Prayers, recitation
of Kaddish and stu-
dying of Mishnayes.

Helen Radnor
Meyer MIrsky
Beatrice Stepsay
Baruch Shapiro
Benjamin Denser
Lillian Epstein
Root Bloch
Helen Mandell
Jacob Rothbard
Mollie Weingarden
Rose mailman

Motile Greenspan

Mordecai M.
Hoffman
Beatrice Sheob
George Cetron

Minnie Each
Fruma Edelman
Sylvia Weiss
Saul H. Cohen
alums Rosenblum
Rachel Sachs
Anna Posner
Sadie Helmick
Fannie Patlolohn
Sarah Kaplan
Fanny Lubow
Sarah F. Cousin
Sarah Faber
Edith German
Martin Fine
Sarah Saks
Moses H. Them
Flora Levy
Anna Mindlin
Morris Levitt
Louis Kidmkel
Abraham M. Cern
Max Sitrin
Sarah Hootner
Bessie *icon

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