Jack Lieberman, Active
in Israel Bond Drive
Jack Lieberman, 18280 Stratford,
Southfield, an active member in
the Jewish community for many
years, died Dec. 27. He was 63.
Mr. Lieberman was born in
Poland and lived in Detroit for 61
years. He was founder and owner,
since 1925, of Monroe Waste Paper
Corp., and retired two years ago.
He was a past president and board
member of Cong. Bnai David.
Active in the Israel Bond drives,
he was chosen that organization's
man of the year at Bnai David in
He leaves his wife, Rose; two
sons, Stewart and Mark; a daugh-
ter, Fern; his mother, Mrs. Lena
Lieberman; and two sisters, Mrs.
Louis (Mollie) Elliman and Mrs.
Elaine Levin, Asthma
Elaine Levin, 22171 Chatsford
Circuit, SonthfiPld, a ctiv e in
asthma research organizations and
a member of Cong. Shaarey Zedek,
died Dec. 25. She was 37.
Mrs. Levin, a native Detroiter,
was a member of the Children's
Asthma Research Institute and
Hospital and a past president of
the Detroit Junior League of
CARIH. She was a member of
Cong. Shaarey Zedek and vice
president of the sisterhood.
She leaves her husband, Allen;
two sons, Howard and Robert; a
daughter, Brenda; her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Maitzman; and
two brothers, Gerald and Steven
Leo Schlossberg, 68;
Detroit Area Musician
Leo A. Seblogsberg, a Detroit
musician, died Dec. 24. He was 68.
Schlossberg, 14221 W. Nine Mile,
Oak Park, was the brother of De-
troit TV weatherman Marvin
"Sonny" Eliot. Born in New York,
Mr. Schlossberg was a musician
and member of the Detroit Feder-
ation of Musicians. He also was a
member of Zieger Lodge of Bnai
He leaves his wife, Betty; a
son, Donald S.; a daughter, Mrs.
David (Gloria) Cohen; a brother,
Marvin "Sonny" Eliot; three sis-
ters, Mrs. Joseph (Ann) Weitz,
Mrs. Harry S. (Helen) Green and
Mrs. Jack (Sylvia) Sarachek; and
The homily of the Late
Acknowledges with grate-
lid appreciation the many
kind expressions of sym-
pathy extended by rela-
tives and friends during
the family's recent be-
In Memory of Our Loving
Husband, Father and
You are always in our
hearts and will never be
Anna Finkel and Family
George Koven, Age 71; THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, December 31, 1971-39
YALE D. ADLER, 16830 Fen-
ton, died Dec. 29. He leaves his
wife, Jacqueline; a son, Alan; two
daughters, Paula and Gale; and
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SYLVIA AVRAM, 8896 Plain-
view, died Dec. 27. Survived by
her husband, John; three daugh-
ters, Paula, Saundra and Evonne;
one brother and one sister.
DORA BRONCWAIG, 20011 Bur-
gess, died Dec. 29. She leaves her
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NORMAN J. DROSTE, 18631
Greenlawn, died Dec. 25. He
leaves his wife, Shirley; a daugh-
ter, Mrs. John (Norette) Canon;
and two grandchildren.
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CELIA FELSOT, former De-
troiter of Tucson, died Dec. 25. Sur-
vived by two sons, Saul of Los An-
geles and Melvin of Phoenix; a
daughter, Mrs. Harry (Honey)
Camen; three brothers, including
Sam Glassman and Sy Glass,
both of Detroit; a sister, Mrs.
Morris (Evelyn) Bressler of De-
troit; eight grandchildren and one
great-grandchild. Interment Tuc-
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ESTHER FRIEDLANDER, 21877
Farmington, Farmington, died Dec.
25. She leaves a son, Dr. Robert
of Delmar, N.Y.; a daughter, Mrs.
Joe L. (Margaret) Cohen of Ann
Arbor; two sisters and five grand-
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LEO GREENSPOON, 30020
Brentwood, Southfield, died Dec.
28. Survived by a son, Fred; a
daughter, Deborah of Israel; and
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MAX HAIDY, 23760 Carriage
Hill, Southfield, died Dec. 29. He
leaves his wife, Faye; a son, Rob-
ert; a daughter, Marsha; and one
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REUBEN JACOBSON, 19100 W.
Seven Mile, died Dec. 27.• He
leaves nieces and nephews.
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ELI B. JOSEPHSON, 19910 Hub-
bell, died Dec. 26. Survived by his
wife, Helen; a son, Felix; four
daughters, Mrs; Seymour (Genie)
Waren, Renee, Fortune and Vi-
vian; three .brothers and three
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GRACE A. XATZ, 3807 Fuller-
ton, died Dee. 28. She leaves her
husband, Nathaniel; her father,
William Altman of Los Angeles;
and two sisters..
mother, Mrs. Minnie Lipchinsky;
and two sisters.
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MILDRED MEYER, 13327 S.
Norfolk, died Dec. 27. Survived by
two sons, Harold and Norman; and
two daughters, Mrs. Paul (Phyllis)
Weinner and Mrs. Adolph (Lucille)
Gross; and 14 grandchildren.
HARRY MIRVIS, 11501 Petos-
key, died Dec. 21. Survived by
nieces and nephews.
SOPHIA NASH, 30090 Cheviot
Hills, Franklin, died Dec. 27. She
leaves a son, Harold of Naper-
ville, Ill.; two daughters, Mrs.
Harold (Henrietta) Grayson and
Mrs. Albert (Bernice) Imo of
Pompano Beach, Fla.; three broth-
ers, four sisters and five grand-
children. Interment New York.
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IDA I. STEIN, 1935 Yosemite,
Birmingham, died Dec. 5. Sur-
vived by a niece, Sherrie Katz.
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JANICE C. STEINBERG, 14320
Curtis, died Dec. 27. She leaves
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Irving
Steinberg; a brother, Lee; and her
grandparents, Mrs. Esther Ruben-
stein and Mr. Milton Towlen of
CHARLES S. STONER, 20435
Cheyenne, died Dec. 28. Survived
by his wife, Anna; three daughters,
Mrs. Nathan (Harriet) Remer,
Mrs. Sam (Rose) Lorber of Wood-
land Hills, Calif., and Mrs. Flor-
ence Perlman of Houstno; eight
grandchildren and one great-
LILYAN THURSWELL, 23170
Gardner, Oak Park, died Dec. 29.
She leaves her husband, Harry; a
son, Gerald; two daughters, Mrs.
Sidney (Dolores) Goldman and
Mrs. Bernard (Diane) Rapaport;
three sisters and four grandchil-
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ROSA WEINBERG, former De-
troiter of New York, died Dec.
26. She leaves a son, Theodore;
two grandchildren and two great-
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DR. MORRIS WITUS, former
Detroiter of Hollywood, Fla., died
Dec. 23. Survived by his wife,
Gladys; a son, Dr. Warren; a
daughter, Mrs. Sybil Golde; one
brother, two sisters and seven
grandchildren. Interment Miami
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LENA ZASLOW, 16230 Indiana,
died Dec. 26. Survived by a son,
Benjamin S.; two daughters, Mrs.
Morris (Mamie) Simrod and Mrs.
Harry (Gertrude) Left; five grand-
children and four great-grandchil-
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BENJAMIN ZUCHTER, 25501
Greenfield, Southfield, died Dec.
27. Survived by a son, Marvin;
and a daughter, Judy.
ItiNen;' a 'Clothing
merchant for many years, died
Monday at age 71.
Mr. Koven owned Cripps of
W. Adams for 20 years until it
Detroit, a men's clothier at 22
closed in 1963. For the past three
years he had been a salesman
at Morris Disner and Sons in
the Northland Shopping Center.
Born in London, -Mr. Koven
lived in the Detroit area for 60
years. He was a member of Cong.
Shaarey Zedek and its men's
club, as well as Pisgah Lodge of
Mr. Koven leaves his wife, Rose,
of 20632 Knob Woods, Southfield;
a daughter, Mrs. James (Arlyne)
Direnfeld; two brothers, Al of
Arizona and James of California;
three sisters, Mrs. Morris
(Blanche) Kellman, Mrs. AI (Eve)
Kellman and Mrs. Harry (Mildred)
Stollman of Arizona; and three
Dr. Norman Schkloven,
Dr. Norman Schkloven, 57, a
well-known Detroit phsychoanalyst,
who retired last summer to live in
Santa Barbara, Calif., died Dec. 24.
Survived by his wife. Tillie; two
sons, Dr. Michael of San Francisco
and Joel of Detroit; a sister, Mrs.
Gerald (Jane) Aptekar of Detroit;
and one grandchild.
Dr. Schkloven, a native De-
troiter, was a graduate of the Uni-
versity of Michigan medical school
He had offices in his home on
Warrington Dr. and was on the
staff of the Wayne State University
medical school, Lafayette Clinic
and other leading hospitals. Affec-
tionately know as the "mayor of
Green Acres" because of his socia-
bility and convivial nature toward
his neighbors, Dr. Schkloven was
a member of many professional
A memorial meeting was held
Wednesday at Cong. Beth Shalom.
Ben Baskin, Age 47;
Ben Baskin, a Detroit pharma-
cist, died Dec. 27. He was 47.
Mr. Baskin, 27309 Marshall,
Southfield, was the owner of
Baskin Drugs, 18910 Seven Mile,
for the past 22 years. He was a
member of the Zager-Stone Lodge
of Bnai Brith, Oak Park Masons,
Moslem Shrine, Aesculapian Phar-
maceutical Society and the Old
He leaves his wife, Miriam; two
daughters, Andrea and Renee; his
mother, Mrs. Ida Baskin; and two
brothers, Irvin and Max.
CELIA LEVIANT, 20299 Lahser,
died Dec. 29. She leaves a son,
Irwin of Phoenix; two daughters,
Mrs. Richard .(Beatrice) Stein and
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consin; six grandchildren and nine
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STELLA LEVY, 15100 W. 10
Mile, Oak Park, died Dec. 28 Sur-
vived by her husband, Isaac; three
sons, Max of Westfield, Mass.,
, A .
Clement and Roger; six daughters,
Mrs. Jim (Solange) Leif. Mrs.
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Walter (Lillian) Mayers, Mrs. long enough to look carefully the
Guy (Ivan) LeGuen, Aida of second time into things that I am
Toulouse, France, Mrs. Robert the most certain of the first time.
(Camille) Nelson of Alexandria,
Va., and Marie; two brothers and
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BERNICE DOROTHY MAZER,
23610 Wildwood, Oak Park, died
tAe qufede coc no.caoce#ced
Dec. 2.4.; Survived by her husband,
Miles; two daughters,. Mrs. Don-
ald (Adrienne) Axelrad of Glou-
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