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September 24, 1971 - Image 46

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-09-24

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=low Awes taws ' -

other
dcl•-itirlurs-,
hanit...afid• dirughter'Leah; are =a:
:hosi.,f -Dtivid; argent* . Israel, who
tarthe•;thisinees- manager . of the Is,
- Abe
:Of her
Orchestra;
loot glibeh_-.--
-
.7ges.
fLealr) another iori.,:-Harris,= of Richardson;
$aF with whom ',the -end-her Tex.; -a --professor
• of
huitbididLosiveirce, had been`, 'visit,. Teanul'antaeraftlq-•Seveirgrantrichil-•
ing- tofthe'ipast tie months. after Ain and a -Sister;Esth
erT:Gruene- -
:, their Detroit Wald of Jerusalem. -
:Mrs. -Croba shared many. Of her
hinband's, int.eresta. and wira'Ithe
Mai,. active Zionist Move,
'Meat; a's•a member of Madinah;
at - an associate bf Zionist Or,
grinization - of Detroit-rind or( an
actiVist_ininOiemezits
in Which her
Joseph S. Burach, practicing at.
sey in Detroit for 53 years, died family; the Bodies-of New 'YOrk-
nird
.
y stage '15.
tionally.SbnWais an :attire-Mem-
Mr. Burach, belied offices in
the Penobscot Building; -Van T 'a -her of Cong.- filiaareg Zecleicind
graduite of the Detroit College of the 'Made
Law lie was a - native of "Grand
Rapidsand lived in.T• Detroit 55 Matirtee
Mi. " Burtch; Who -Hied at

_
.
Robertl?.....Rowlson,2-a ,leader .14
the Detiniendic_PAIty-infWichigan,
diediforidaynEaga50.--*.
Mx.LItowbclii, 2i920 LYndon; Red.'
SAM ADLER, former Detroiter
lord Twp., was chair - 0e
of the of Los-,Angeles, died Sept 16. Sun-
Bedford Tsvp.-• Boosters • Club , and ' vied by his wife, Fanny; two sons,
recently - -was.:-. 1aPpointed..,-. to ,. the Aartm end Michael; a daughter,
lawn-thin .anthetttY:.•'}th Mrs, Julius (Rose) Wolfe; and
was. an-executive board member nine, grandchildren. Interment Los
.
of the 19th•and -19th Wayne Angeles.
District Democratic,- Party Organi-
zation, .ras"
, an 'executive
JACK DIAMOND, 15100 W. 10
board member-. of the •Nen- Demo- Mile, Oak Park, died Sept. 17. No
0.rati Coalition of.. Michigan c - -... survivors.
Founder ant director since
1541 of -Concrete Wail C.4 14281
ANN EIAAS, former i)etroiter
Chicage,.specialists inpoored of Toledo, died Sept. 19. She leaves
'concrete . design, . Mr: " Reuben a son, - Barry of California; a
.•was --a charter member - 4.1-L the daughter, Mrs. Harold (Shirley)
ll
paired Wa__Cenezete
Asigiciation Jaffe of Perrysburg,. O.; t hr ee sis-
and -iierved as its Presidesit for ters and six grandchildren.
Inter-
ment Detroit
- unbar of, UAW; Lacs
, df. 203 aid
• • •
a participant . in:: early labor
JACOB K. FRUMAN, 16210 W.
strikes at „the -- -.1.031/a: He% Was a Nine Mile, Southfield, died Sept.
660 .19biliraire, Was n member of
former - chief --steward and bee-- 20. He leaves a son, Lawrence; two
Tetirile:"713eth:TEI,••- --Franidin Ellis
Maurine IC. •T Whitton,- -.formder Wary 'another: of'
- Local daughters, Denise and Melissa; his
Country Club, Standard City Club and owner since 1949 ofthe-Win-
father, Morris Fruman; and two
and the Great Lakes Yacht Club. ston Steel Co.; -2700
Survivors' are his:Wife, Mildred;
W. Warren;
• Heleniati".a :son; William- Loetv-
three. sons, Robert,_.John of Mus-
custom.. of Atlanta;. a daughter, rlied Sept.. 17 it zige.fiL°. - .- kegon
rind: Daniel; two -brothers,
Winston, 16500 - N. Park,
•11fra.:Elinibetli-Billanitiiii of Cleo&
JACOB' GOLOVAN, 18300 Fair-
Southfield, was native • Of. New three.: sisteis and two-grandchil-
Rare. TrunskY; - York . and - the Detroit - dram, A special memorial service field, died Sept. 17. -Survived by
and four grand children.
three
daughters, Mrs. Slmmy Cher-
area -58 years:T.11e was
Member was hew. Wednesday - . at Kaufman noff, Mrs. Jean Sforguloff and Mrs.
. -
Of Temple Beth El,-Standard City chapel,. „with . -.the funeral -, held Nessie Cohen of Denver; and five
Club, Perfection Lodge of the Thursday. -
Was
grandchildren. -
- _•-
-

.Masons , and-100 Club.
_
.
4iMIMACettlieFfi Agent
Surviving are. two daughters; Diane ikfaillierg;
ABRAHAM L. GREENWALD,
thunder • of Mrs. Ren'Y- (Lois) Waits and Mn;
20490 Schaefer, died Sept. 18. Sur-
•, Pojpkin Broithirs;- '684 *Men,: elec- William - (Bonnie)-.Shapiro-otKan, of an Unknown-.Diseasei
An unknown disessie: took the vived by his mother, Mrs. Dora
trical
manufacturers sas City; - a brOther,- -J;.;-two
i
Weil- Greenwald. • • •
ageids, died Sept. it Mr. Pophin, sisters,: Idia.-Lonie • (Ann) - Kerner l fe -of: 13-Year-olif Diane
and Mrs. MoreYILillian) -Maoniag; berg; . daughter of Mr.:, mid' .14rs:
77;10OOder(104, firm in 1918.-=
TILLIE HECKER, 3461 W.
'Jerold -Weisberg of -Briarcliff Dr:, Outer
Born In Russia, Mr. Pop&ln lived and five grandchildren: -
Dr., died Sept. 18. She
Franklin, on Sept
leaves
a son, Milton; two daugh-
As far as some 40 physician spe-
Parliside.
cialists here and in -Boston have ters, Mrs. Edward (Rose) Fer-
liai.;:taf;:too- gobee*r.:-. t • heAcieetricat Ethel Baiisnitt.
been able ..`to de.tennine; Diane ber and Mrs. Nathan (Mollie)
maintheturei*,AiskialiozcTemple .gnidezi'. dab Men.ber
Wedner; and five grandchildren.
Beth -El, Franklin Hills Country
J.)etralter EthelBarnett was the victim . of en Inflamma-
• • •
Clirt4jfitanderil City
died Tariiidayin Los Angeles, where tion ' of the • 'fatty connective tis-
BENJAMIN L. talvrri.. 30500
- _ - :Yacht:Club•iiiittlie Detroit Cham - she laid been -living for. the -past anes- of- th boily.2•She- had been
- Southfield,
e
Southfield, died Sept.
ber of Commerce.
- • few years: She and her husband, stricken' 1.11.monthi ags, and had 22. He leaves a sister-in-law, Mrs.
"Mary; the late Dr. Louis Barnett, had gone, into a coma 12- days_ before Isaac (Katie) Leavitt; nieces and
steeL77.1hree brothel's, Samuel of lived-in. the Detroit area - and she died. - • . . • 1 nephews.
Miami Beach, John of Grand p leasant Ridge' for more than 50 - Mao who enjoyed horseback
• • • ,
riding and 'swiiag,' wueld
Rapid' -and Henry: of UM*: 0.. --
.110131S MAY, 26840 Greenlet!'
-bave-beeo a !dank' grader as-
She was-a member' . Of the roii
Det
Ct., Southfield,. -died Sept. 18. Sur-
Gardeit: Center and was rhairinan Birselaglianeo West *spin Jun- vived by his wife, Gussie; a son,
. *Ot iriz • Owner of the"Girder' Pilgrimages"- for :kir Sigh School. '• -
Robert; two daughters, Mrs.
out
Ehe - be. - Beildes her" parents,---she leaves thr' (Maillyn) - Zekles and lira
two brothers, Aaron and Michael;
longed
to
Temple
Beth
El,
Radii-
Robert (Alice) Schneider; one sis-
and
owner"-fir., - --the-Patit 12. years of Oak National :Council' of Jewish '. a sister. Cheryl - and grandpar- ter and three grandchildren.
Roie. ..70reitirtel:*;.-4estr cadet, Vonien and Detroit Women's ORT. ents, :and Mrs. Peter Weis-
lilra2Barnett-'Wes born in -gfarthe- berg and Mr.- and.. Mrs. Irving-
• Roseville, died Sept 17 at age ss.
Sieg •
Mai Sehnert; who was horn In CRY!.
.
Surviv i ng re a son, Richard.
a
Nesilfork;•lived In Detroit for 25
Lena Erman, a member of many
years, all of'thàt time:XPent., in twO daughters;. . Mrs.
local
Jewish
organizations,
died
theluradthre field. He was nmim- Cherriark„ Mrs, - David - (rega)'
with the Monday at age 90.
- her at the 'Furniture Club of De- lintensweig Waividosa, Wia; a
Mrs.
Erman,
20251
Pierson,
was
_brother; „la Salovich, of Cocoa, 'Golden Age Ctlioir AA, the Jewish
troit-.
born in Russia and lived in Detroit
Reward. :center; died Sunday stage 78.:
Mr. Schwartz, 20M1 St. ,Maria, ;F'11;; -2.four..- sisters:.
Mrs.: Archie " - - BEr.7;Bkoom, 10851 Saratoga, Oak 65 years.. She was a member of
tonna -- bia2-...Wife,:-.11eatriee; two .:(001a)
k
born in Russia and lived Cong. Ades Shalom, Hadassah,
(LOU') Grey and Mrs,. Hisrbert Par-was
sons, : • :.Michael and -. : Richard;
the Detroit area for 58 years. Bust 'Intl', Pioneer Women, Jew-
daughter, Susan; and his parents, (Ploina).- Lee,'.all-sof-DetreA4:'and lir
ish Home for the Aged and other
Mr. and Mrs-:-: !eider!(Rose): Mrs: Satinet G.' (Best) Albeit 11 He' was a:- routing supervisor with _organizations.
Grand : Rapids- Auld' five grind- Western Union for more than 50
Surviving are three sons, Jack,
years,
retiring
13
years
ago.-
Mr:
-- "-Interrnent PetWdt. -
Bloom beaded the Ordin Family John and Irving; three daughters,
Mrs.
Jack (Esther) Band, Mrs.
as president' for 35 -Years..
AnSeriina.
= Club
Survivors are his wife, Nellie; Sol (Zelda) Pollinger and Mrs.
Area 'N ir
a
• two sons, Mitcheal and Gerald; Jack (Sally) Stoller; two brothers,
Tim, AVIV '(ITA) Ma y or three-daughters, Mrs. Lillian Bern- Cbarles Herman of Mina Beach
and Wirth Herman; and 11 grand,
Yboiihneltabinowiti. - -reported :stab% -Mrs. Raymond- (Doris)
that contricteliave - - beck signed' stein -and Mrs.- Louis {Anita) Dorf-
With ir-1-•Lbs.
- brother, - Harry of New

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Steel-CO.-

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- SAM /tEISI.ER, 19738 Coyle,- aged:
Sept 2L Survived by his orffe,*
Frieda; 'two sons, Sidney and Her
old; a daughter, Mrs. Sam (Har
nett) Rosenbaum; one sister, sir
grandchildren and' two. great-
grandchildren.

-

LOUIS SAPERSTE1N, 23241
Harding, Oak Park, died Sept. 18.
He leaves his wife, Betty; two
sons, Herbert and Allen; his moth-
er, Mrs. Sarah Saperstein; and
three brothera -

MAURICE R.- (Bob) SHEER,
17581 Snowden, died Sept. 16. lie
leaves a son, Dr. Allan of Warren,
N. J.; three brothers, one sister
and three grandchildren.

Are

ALLAN SILVERS, 32162 Pem-
broke, Livonia, died Sept. 20. Sur-
vived by his wife, Dora; two sons,
Norton and William; a daughter,
Mrs. Michael (Joanne) peach;
and four grandchildren.
• • - •
MEYER H. SUROWITZ, 10701
Santa Maria, died Sept. 18. Sur-
vived by his wife, Sophie; two sons,
Mervin and Arnold; one brother,
one sister and one grandchild.
• • •
HARRY WILK, former Detroiter
of Beverly Hills, died Sept 18. He
leaves two brothers, 'Benjamin and
Ted of Los Angeles; and two sis-
ters, Ethel of Beverly Hills and
Mrs. Edward - G. Dobkinof Belle-
vue, W. Va. Interment Detroit.

MEM

WILLIAM ' B; wour, suss bloat,
marte, Oak Park, died Sept. 17. He
leaves his wife, Goldye; two sons,
Note and Robert of Glendale,
Calif.; his mother, Mrs. Nathan
(Ethel) Wolf; and two sisters. In-
terment Pittsburgh.





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DOOM _Perry: for, develoPment -of
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the Tel-
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Frank, of-New York- Kris: Anne
Horowitz 'of.-New-. York - and Mrs;
Rebecca ilialeck - of - Florida; LS
grandchildren and- one great-gran&
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nt4arnaittliti eatdd Feeeille Rielnmer Mitsui! Society
- abk;a0a0dtaSe. that by ned
oirrOnier. thist. ,.iiiirk -have -a . ,clear to Hold Yiskot Sanriay.,
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ler Oniniiiing on -the beach- The -- .Radomer Mutual Society
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..ninr..park in the southern , will hold ill annual Yizkor 'memo-
:I
'nation:just . :north , Jaffa:: rial service 11 a.m. Sunda.-atts
• "repoited.„-bitnisive work-ores' monument at the - Hebrew Memo-
rial
Park
Cemetery,
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ndr viaylo:totnpleta diversional.
.efittAetnc,. 'Which . .,sewage. has': Gratiot
Herbert_Eskin and Can-
pidkited the ear. - He said- plane are
tn. build-AO/00 dennitariee for ittt - tor- Shabtai Ackerman of Cong.-
drinte.,..friauf4Iitaid; ,- -
be'.-birilt. Beth, Abraham, will officiate.- The.
tire* Of the Riterlfarkerinut near Iodine is invited. . T • .

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