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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-10-08

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The family , ou the'late Ida -Fish
announee thennveiTing of -a monu-
ment in her memory 11- Sun 7
illy,-. -Oct. 17, at Machpelah Ceme-
:teri. Rabbi -Levin, will officiate.
- Relatives' and " friends are asked
to attend. -

The lainily of_ the late Morris
Novominsky announces the un-
veiling, of a.monument- in his
memory 1 p.m. Sunday, - Oct. 17,
'at Ades Shalom-- Cemetery. =Rabbi
Plant will officiate. Relatives and
friends are- asked 'to attend. '-

The family of the late Marks
Marcus innounces the unveiling_
of a- Monument_ in his memory
11 a.m. /Sunday, Oct.17, at Clover
Hill Memorial Park. Relatives and
friends are _ as,loml . to attend.

= !nit riniw
0:)LGA KRQN
AND':
ANDREW
, unveiling_
mmolinees
the KRON'

at= monuments in their`
- memory
" 12:30 p.m. "Sint"--'
day, Oct. 17, at, Work:
-men's Circle Cemetery.-
Atabbi Lehrman aid Can-.-
tor Klein- will :offitdate.
-Itelatives .sind friends are

Family of the Late

"

Dr. Samson Witten berg 9 -Obstetrician
• -

Dr. Samsiin S. Wittenberg, ob-
stetrician and -gynecologist for 47
years, died Sept.. 30 at age 71.
He had offices at 18718 Woodward
and had been, retired since Jan
nary.
Born in . Montreal, Dr. Witten-
berg 1 i-v e d at 19595 Argyle
Crescent. He attended medical
school at -McGill and Wayne State
universities.
He did his internship 'in Johns-
town, Pa., his residency in Cleve-
land and had special training at
the University of Vienna Medical
School, Coombillospital in Dublin
and Chante Hospital at the'Univer-
sity of Berlin.
Dr. Wittenberg was assistant
clinical professor and consultant
obstetrics-g ynecology at
Wayne State, and consulting
gynecologist for the Je wish-
Home for the Aged.
He -was on the _ staff of Grace
Hospital and served- as associate
surgeon at Detroit General:Hos-
pital:,

.

- Tit

Family of the Late

DR. ALBERT W.
BESTERMAN

•Announces the unveiling
of: a monument is •is
memory 10:30 a.m. Sun-
day, Oct. 17, at.Westwood
Cemetery (26200 Michi-
gan, Inkster). Rabbi Arm
will officiate. Relatives
and friends are asked to

Simnel Eder, Partner
of Target"Furniture

Samuel Carl Eder co-owner of
Target Furniture, 1715 W. Vern _ or,
for 20 years, died Oct. 2. He
was 53.
Mr. Eder, 24081 Seneca, Oak
Park, was a life long Detroit
resident. He was a member of
the West Vernon Businessmen's
'Association and on the board of
the Furniture Club of Detroit -
He leaves his wife, Helen; four
daughters, Mrs.. Alan (Myra)
G.o,• o s s, Mrs. Stanley (Cheryl)
Chodun, Joanne and Karen; two
sisters, Mrs. Lou (Esther) Freed-
man and Hrs. Morris (Helen)
Greenstein; and two grafiachil-

.

SARAH LYONS

Aintouncen-the Unveiling
of a_monimient in his
memory 2 p.m. Sunday,
Ott: •17,- at Nusach Hari -
',Cemetery.- Rabbi Segal
will --`officiate. Relatives -
aid friends are asked to

Announces the unveiling
of a monument in her
memory 1 p.m. -Sunday,
Oct. 17, at Clover Hill
Memorial Park. Rabbi
Groner will officiate. Rel-
atives and friends are
asked to attend.

•f-

Anneal:tee :the ••• Unvelling
.of- " a- moo mient , in - his
neemory.1 p.nta Simday;
17,nt "rWorlomen's -
- ""-ande CeMetery, Yiddish -
Seet
- Rabbi Lehrman and -Can- .
Art Klein
officiate.
:Bela tin* and Mends :are
attend., -‘•

7MINETTE. MILLER',

:-

Th Family of the Late

The Zionist

'EDWARD •
FRANZBLAU

Organization

Announces the unveiling -
of a monument in his
memory 12 noon Sunday,:
Oct. 17, at Beth Abraham
Cemetery. Rabbi L
pens will officiate. Rela-
tives and _friends are
asked to attend.
-

of Detroit

extends its heartfelt

sympathies to the fam-

Ay of the late

TENE FEIN; - 16262 Harden Ct.,
Southfield, died Oct. 5. She leaves
a son, Wallace; a daughter, Mrs.
William- L. (Hannah) -Elkin;".• two
sisters, four . grandchildren and
three -great-grandchildren.

CHANA FISHMAN, 19171 Le-
sure, .died Oct. 1. Survived by a
son, Joshua;-. two brothers and
three grandchildren.

MARY GERSON, 11501 Petos-
key, (lied Oct. 4. She leaves a
son,. Melvin of Fairlawn; N.J.;
a daughter, Mrs. Lewis 1.
(Mildred)' Grossman; one brother,
four sisters and lour grandchil-
dren..
ANNA GRANOFF, 22132 Dante,
Oak Park, 'died Oct. 5. She leaves
two sons, Arthur 'and Jack of Car-
mel Valley, Calif.; two daughters,
Mrs. Alex (Jeanne) Grant and
Mrs. josePh (Alice) Zwerdling of
Silver Springs, add.; one brother,
11 grandchildren and four great-
grandchildren.

.

Richard Kramer; Had
Wholesale Food Co.

Richard J. Kramer, food whole
saler and founder of the Kramer
Food Co., now in Hazel Park, died
Oct. 3 at age 82.
lir. Kramer, 15265 Miller, Oak
Park, was born in Germany. He
lived here 30 years.
lie leaves his wife, Nellie; a
son, Walter; a daughter, Mrs.
Gabriel (Lillian) Lichtman of
North Hollywood, Calif.; and four
grandthildrea.

:Laving- Memory. of My Beim Husband

The Family of the 'Late

LOUIS I. SHAER

EUGENE. SARASKY

Wbnpassed away October 13, 1964

Seven lonely years have
passed, Louis, since that
great sorrow fell. The ,
shock received that day
no one can ever tell. No-
one knows the grief I bear
when _family meets and ,
you're not there. Unseen,
unheard and yet always
near. Sadly missed, by
your loving wife Sylvia
and family.

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

I

'

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SARAH MIGDAL, 21930 Sussex,
Oak Park, died Oct. 3. Survived by
her husband, Sol; two sons, Harry
and Irving; three brothers and six
grandchildren.
• •

LINDA ANNE MOORE, 22101
Stratford, Oak Park, died Oct 1.
Survived by her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Martin Moore; and grand-
parents, Mr. and Mrs. George
Moore and Harry Weiskopf of Chi- Id
cago.
• •


LILLIAN RAYMOND of Lake-
wood, N.J., died Oct. 1. Survived
by two brothers, Jack and Max
Levitsky, and a sister, Mrs. Harry
(Ann) Fortgang, all of Detroit.
Interment Detroit.
• •

SAM STROSBERG, 1306 Dou-
gall, Windsor, died Sept. 28. Sur-
vived by two sons, Phillip and Gor-
don of Detrolt; five grandchildren
and one great-grandchild. Inter-
ment Wince.• •

BENJAMIN WEISSWASSER,
18097 Roselawn, died Oct 2. Sur-
vived by his wife, Evelyn; a son,
Paul; four daughters, Carol, Anita,
Janet and Linda; four brothers
and two sisters.

• WE REAMBER
711:72C ming

During the ceasing
week Yeshiva loth
Yelled. win ohsevve
the Yahrzeit of Ow
following deported
friends, with the
traditional Memorial
Prayers, recitation
of Kaddish Gad eta-
dyhtg of Mishears.

TISHRI OCT.
21
10
Morris Sakam
10
21
Aaron Kahn
10
21
Marry Jaffln
10
21
Pearl Kind
21
10
Sarah Levin
21
10
Rose Schwartz
22
11
Abraham Oakman
22
11
Edward Simon
Michael Gerrit
22
11
22
11
Vette Cloicher
23
12
Irving Elton
Aaron Pollack
23
12
Elks Robin(
23
12
Esther Sternberg
23
12
24
13
Chaim Taker
Michael Milker
24
13
Philip Norwich
24
13
Sophie Ilersehberg
24
13
24
Dore Baruch
13 .
Aaron B. Margolis 24
13
Aaron D. Levin
24
13
Dr. Harold M. Dana 24
13
D ann 25
14
Nathan Sachs 25
14
Nathan Zack 25
14
Dina Welnbaum
IS
26
Jacob Cohen
IS
24
Aurelia Weisz
26
15
Samuel L. Paudman 26 -
15
Anna Mumma
24
IS
Shona Yalowitz
24
15
. Dery Levine
24
15
Isaac E. Sperling
24
15
Samuel Rosenberg 24
15
Samuel Cohen
24
IS
14
Chola R. Dworkin 27
16
Oscar /Cat:
27
14
Ida Solomon
27
16
Kalman Silber
27
14

Yuldratb Betb Yebedab '

75751 W. 10V2 ML, Southfield
Poona 1474750

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Forrnert,, Karl Berg Memorial: and Manuel Ur bach & San

- • 13406 CAPITAL at COOLIDGE OAK PARK TELEPHONE 644-2212

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Detroiter of Cincinnati, died Oct.
4. Survived by a son, Kurt; and
two grandchildren. Interment De-
troit.

BERG AND URBACH

MOINHAENF CENTER; INC.

461 E. 11 MILE FERNDALE
11/2 flocks a. of Woodward
6 elks from 4 Jewish
Cemeteries on Woodward
LI 14266
JO 45557

Friday, October 8, 1971:-47

OBITUARIES

LENA HOFFMAN, 11501 Petos-
key;clied Oct. 5. Survived by three
-sons, Louis, Harry and Max of
Lansing; one sister, five grandchil-
dren and 11 great-grandchildren.
• •

SIDNEY KAHN, 24841 Rennse-
her, Oak Park, died Oct. 6. He
leaves two brothers, a sister-in-
law, Mrs. Gertrude Kahn; one
ere-is- no bore like a clever nephew and fournieces. .
• a- •
--"-..Catnuei Butler.
ROSE KRASNER of St. Louis died
Sept. 29. Survived by seven sons,
Aaron and Simon, both of Detroit,
Dr. Oscar of Long Beach, Calif.,
Forever- in Our Hearts
and L Bigford, Julius, Louis and
Odr Beloved Sister
William; 17 grandchildren and
seven great-grandchildren. Inter-
ment St. Louis.
•- lif fho left its.one pearls.,
SARAH LEVINE, 18040 North-
-October-11, 1970. -Bestiem- -
-lawn, died Oct. 2. Survived by her
husband, Alex; three sons, Milton
- 10e7md alWaYlia Mrs.: "_Hy
(Pelle() Ei s m an amid
and Phillip S. Layne and Jerome;,
two sisters and seven grandchil-
dren.
•. •

ELSE LIEBENTHAL
, former

Th Family of the-Late

JOSEPH R. LEEMON

HARRY:_LEVINE

He was &filleted with the
American College of Obstetrics
-and -Gynecology,- Ame.rican Med-
ical Association, American College
of Surgeons and American- College
of Gynecologists. -
lie also was chairman of the
Wayne County- Maternal Mortality
Committee and belonged to
Temple Israel.
Dr. Wittenberg leaves his wife,
Helen; two sons, Dr. Bernard H.
of Berkeley, Calif., and Dr. Ralph
E. of , Washington, D.C.; three
brothers, Harry - of Cleveland,
Robert Of Chicago and Dr,--Arthur
A.;• a sister, Mrs. Jennie Shragie
of Montreal; and , three grandchil-
dren.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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