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TR! DETROIT abysm:NEWS

Friday,- March. 3, 1972-47

Rabbi Eisenman-Dies in Israel

OBITUARIES

Rabbi Joseph Eisenman,.a highly
regarded Orthodox leader -in the
Detroit community for nearly 40
MICHAEL G. BARDI, 23110 Twain, died Feb. 25. He leaves his
years before moving to Israel, died
Webster, -Oak Park, died Feb. '24. wife, Rose; a daughter, Mrs. Her- brothers, Albert Simons, Cal Sim
Sunday at age 98. He was buried
Simons.
Survived by his wife, Etta; ttvo man J. (Shirley) Utchenik; one ons and Leonard
in Jerusalem., ,
• • •
daughters, Edna and Susan and brother, one sister and one grand-
Rabbi Eisenman's survivors in
LILLIAN
TENNEN,
23105 Provi-
one sister.
child.
clude a son, Irving of Detroit; four-
dence, Southfield, died Feb. 28.
• • •
• • •
daughters, Mrs. Harry Kraft and
She leaves three brothers, Dr.
REBECCA BERLIN, 23061 Clo-
REGINA PILLINGER, 23431
Mrs. Alvin Lynn, both of Detroit,
Dr. Leo and Dr. R. Robert
verlawn; Oak Park, died Feb. 25. Parklawn, Oak Park, died Feb. David,
Mrs. Joseph Schwarlzberg of
Survived by a son, Nathan Strick- 29. Survived by her husband, Kallman; a sister, Mrs. Morris
grandchildren.
Shaker Heights, 0., and Mrs.- Ben
stein; a daughter, Mrs. Ir yin Louis; a daughter, Mrs. Samuel (Rose) Bakst; two

Aronson of Indianapolis; 13 grand-
(Helen) Baker; three brothers, two (Helen) Hauser; and four grand-
ALBERT TESSLER, 23600 Coach
children and 32 great-granchildren.
sisters and two grandchildren.
children.
House, Southfield, died Feb. 27. He
• • •
Before making* ally& in 1949, -
leaves his wife, Frances; two sons,
Rabbi - Eisenmin served Conga.
SUSAN- BUXBAUM, 2:29 Som-
Paul
and Richard; one brother,
HARRY PRIESONT, 19100 W.
Beth Tefilo Emanuel Mint • and
erset,
erset, Troy, died Feb. 26. She Seven Mile Rd., died Feb. 26. one sister and one grandchild.
Baal Jacob and was an • active.
• • •
leaves her parents, -Mr. and Mrs. Survived by a son, Sol; a daughter,
supporter of - Yeshiva& Chaeb-
Martin Buxbaum of Miami; and a Mrs. Sidney (Ann) Sager; one
FREDA R. WISOK, 17220 W. 11
mey Lublin; For the.. last 25
sister, Mrs, Leonard (Joel)) Graber brother, eight grandchildren apd Mile, Southfield, died Feb. 28. She
RABBI JOSEPH =SERBIAN
years of his life, be _was coat.
of. Merrick, L.L Interment New 15 great-grandchildren.
leaves her husband, Robert S.;
earned -mainly. with - the. support Eisenman rented a house t in Shem- York.
three daughters, Mrs. Harold
* * *
of Wear -choleni.- Hospital IR °el Haney/ St., on the border of
('Marcia) Alper t, Mrs. John
BIRDIE SCHER•ER, 825 Whit- 'Donna) Cohen and Mrs. Emery
Jerusaleiiii, of . *bleb be was - a - no-man's land. Aimed Jordanian
MILDRED COWAN, 16300 W
member of the board.of trustees. Legionnaires could be seen from Nine Mile, Southfield, died Feb. 26. nore, died Feb. 25. She leaves a (Lori Jacobs) Spenilli; three broth-
He also hadraerved'as American his windows, patroling the area, She leaves a - son, Judge Charles brother, Sidney Michelson; and .a ers, •two sisters and seven grand-
representative of.Shiarey Chased and' often shots were exchanged. Kaufman; a daughter, Mrs. Helen lister, Lucille Michelson of Tucson. children.
• • •
Gemiluth Chassodinz Free Loan His friends urged him to move to Tausig - of T'rotwood, O.; one
Society in 4erusalem..
PEARL StFIWARTZ, 19266 Tele-
a safer location hut he stubbornly brother, one sister, five grandchil-
graph, died March L Survived
Born - in-- -Lublini--.Poland, Rabbi - refused, saying "We are not afraid dren and one great-grandchild.
• • •
by two sisters, Mrs. Harold
Eisenman began his study for the of them."
LENA FACTOR, 16219 Tuller, (Gertrude) Chaifetz and Mrs. Sid-
rabbinate at age 13-in the Slobodka
For the past 10 years, he was- a
Yeshiva in Lithuania; He received resident of the incur Cholem hos- died Feb. 24. She leaves two daugh- ney (Lillian) Loren.
• • •
senuldia in 1901 by the world- pital. In recognition of his many ters, Mrs. Frank (Sarah) Foley
renowned Rabbi -Spector of Kovno, years' service, the hospital had and Mrs, Robert (Sylvia) Barnard
BELLE SHAPERO, 15100 W. 10
Doting the coating
week Yeshiva Beth
Rabbi Zierlson Of. Bucharest and arranged for him a private room if Dublin; three grandchildren and Mile, Oak Park, died Feb. 26. She
Yelled* will observe
leaves two sons, Don of Palo Alto,
Rabbi Rabinovitz ofhfinsk. --At age where he lived, studied and re- four great-grandchildren.
• • •
the Yahrzeit
the
Calif., and Jerome; a daughter,
23, he married Michle Liberman, ceived visitors.
following dopartad
SIMON FELDMAN, 19100 W. Mrs. Mark (Betty) Howard; - one
daughter of the last of a line -of
friends,
with
the
Seven Mile Rd., died Feb. 27. Sur- sister and six grandchildren.
five generations_of- rabbis in Lithu-
traditional Memorial
More Obituaries
vived by his wife, Mamie S.; two
• • •
ania.-He.serVedingostow - -Russia,
Prayers, racialist
r _ RAGE, 18.-
sons, Jack J._ of DaYton and - FLORA SIMON, former Detroit-
from 1905 to 1907, corning bi`
of Kaddish and stu-
Daillet-W:
-
of Beechwood,- 0-.;-- two er- .of Silver Spring, Md., died
trait in. 1910.
dying of Mishima**.
daughters, Mrs. Samuel.. (Sue) March 1. She leaves two , sons,
Here; he was president of the
Schugar and Mri. Eugene (Shir- Samuel of Detroit Fred; a
ADAR MAIL
Council of Orthodox Rabbis and
ley) Valcour of San Diego; three daughter; Mrs.
Barrett (Phyllis)
19
played an important role in the
S. Friedman
brothers, three sisters, five grand- Parker; one brother;
19
Loo Barth
one sister,
Yeshivath Beth Yehuda and Agu-
19
children and two great-grandchil- eight grandchildren and six great-
Charles Drescher
dath IsraeL - - '
19
Anne Jospey, a member of many dren.
Eva Shlalunan
grandchildren. Interment Detroit.
To-illustria:lifi faith in Israel, Jewish communal organizations,
19
Julius Wasserman
• • *



19
Rachel-Scharr
upon arrival, In Jerusalem, Rabbi died Monday at age 55.
19
Herold Herman
JENNIE FRIEDMAN, 19100
DR. LEON SIMON, 12745 North-
19
Harry Raskin
Mrs. Jospey, 27887 Fairway W. Seven Mile Rd., died Feb. 25.
Mayer Weisberg
19
field,
Oak
Park,
died
Feb.
28.
He'
Hills; Franklin, was a member of Survived by a son, Louis; two leaves
Rebecca Kezar
19
his wife, Marilyn; three
William
Schwartzman
20
the
board
of
directors
of
the
Jew-
daughters, Mrs. Sam (Becky)
The Family of the Late
ish Welfare Federation women's Weinman and Mrs. Nathan (Sadie)
Abraham M. Kroplak 20
20
Katie Zeigler
division and was active in the Sandler; six grandchildren and 14 Meyer Tarnopol, 74
SOPHIE (COUFF)
20
Bessie Baskin
Allied Jewish Campaign., She be- great.grandchildren.
Hadassah Wein* ' 20
-VALENSICY
Meyer
Tarnopol,
co-owner
of
the
20
Moyer Nusbaum
• • •
longed to Hadas-
21
Lillian Bluestein
General Smoke Fish Co. in the
sah, Women's
Acknowledgei witil-grate=
JOSEPH GILBUR died March
• 21
Leah Menuck
American ORT
21
Bessie Bulkin
1. He leaves his wife Ida; a son, Eastern Market, died Feb. 26 at
ful appreciation the many..
age
74.
21
Anna
Cheusky
Temple Emanu-:
kind expressions of sym-
Donald; a daughter, Mrs. William
Hyman Lerner
21
Mr. Tarnopol, 18633 Beech Daly,
El and the board
21
Fa!vel Applebaum
pathy extended by rela-
I. (Leatrice) Miller; two brothers,
Sylvia Slivehstein
21
of the Brandeis
three sisters and -four grandchil- was a native of Odessa, Russia,
tives and friends daring.
Abraham Marcus
21
and came to this country at age 4.
University Na-
dren.
the family's recent be-
21
Jacob Chaben
• • •
Meyer Schwartz
21
He lived in Detroit since 1921. A
tional Women's
reavenient.:
Abraham Dubrinsky 22
charter
-
Committee. She
and
life
member
of
the
LILLIAN P. K A N E, 19744
Abraham Martin
22
Sadie Tzevine
also was active
• 22
Coyle, died Feb. 26. Survived by Detroit Mr. and Mrs. Group of
Fannie Katz
22
for Israel Bonds.
her husband, Albert L., and two City of Hope, Mr. Tarnopol- also
Harry Marwil
22
belonged to Knights of Pythias,
Born in Hungary,
sisters.
Louis Barsky
22
Roy Radnor
* • •
Jericho Lodge of the Odd Fellows.
22
she lived in. the Mrs. Jospey...
Nathan Shecter
22
The Family of the Late
He leaves his wife, Esther; two
Detroit area 35 years.
Leopold Hirsch
MAX KATZ, 20023 Heyden, died
22
Yitzchock Zemel
22
Survivors are her husband, Max- Feb. 27. Survived by his wife, Rae; sons, Gerald of Los Angeles and
Norman
Fill
23
DR. JULIUS Y.
well; two daughters, Jane and Mrs. three daughters, Mrs. Gabriel Nathaniel of New York; a brother,
Sylvia Miller
23
Michael (Susan) Jacob; her mother, (Helen) Schonberg, Mrs. Bernard Irving of Los Angeles; six grand-
• BURNSTINE
Alexander Farber
23
Hattie Oppenhiem 23
Mrs. Sigmond (Mary) Barna; and (Beverly) Buchman of Cleveland children and one great-grandchild.
Announces the unveil:01g
Rebecca Lipshitz
23
two sisters, Mrs. Herman (Magda) Heights and Mrs. Victor (Reese)
Nathan Kane
23
of a monument in his
Meer, Goldberg
23
Fox and Mrs. Seymour (Lily) Polk Lakits; two brothers and seven
memory 11 am. Sunday,
Rachel 1, ElIenson 24
A.
of California.
grandchildren.
March 5 at. Ades Shalom
'Jacob Weinschenk 24
Abraham Deroven 24
• • •
DETROIT
Cemetery. Rabbi Arm will
Morris I. Medow
25
MIRIAM KRAVITZ, 19100 W.
officiate.. Relatives a n d
MONUMENT WORKS
Harry Ehrlich
Ban Zion Freeman,-60, Seven
25
11
Jessie Barris
Mile Rd., died Feb. 24. Sur-
25
friends are asked to at-
11
Robert
Levin
25
11
Hospital Pharmacist
vived by a son, Henry Cranston
Alex Goldberg
23
11
E••
)1•: -
Anna Katz
25
11
Ben Zion Freeman, a pharma- of Weston, Ont.; four daughters,
Ephraim Cohn
25
11
cist at Mt. Carmel Mercy Hospital, Mrs. Philip (Reka) Goldstein, Mrs.
Sarah Kaplan
25
'11
Shifra Freed
died Feb. 22, following an auto- Jack (Bertha) Feinstein of Dune-
25
11
Fos Sapperstein
din, Fla., Mrs. Fay Friel of Liver-
25
11
mobile accident. He was 60.
MOta/AtEtit- CENTER,
Ell Autcevaley
23
11
The
Former ownerof Freeman Phar- ponl and Mrs. Ten (Evelyn) Town-
ot Ite Late_
1141 R. • MILL FERNDALE
macy at Plymouth and Greenfield sent- of London; three sisters, 16
11/2 Blocks E. of Woodward
Yeshivoth
Beth
Yebedeb
0 Elks from 3 Jewish
MORRIS KEVIN-.
Rds., Mr. Freeman, 20222 Braile, grandchildren and 15 great-grand-
15751 W. 10//s Mi., Southfield
CeMeteries on Woodward
is survived by his wife, Mamie; children..
Announces t h e unveiling
• • • ,
LI 2112110.
JO 45157
Phone 1574750
his father, Israel of Toronto;„ tw6
of a • monument in his -
sons, Paul J. of San Gabriel, Calif.,
STUART P. LAWTON, 15837
memory 11 atm. Sunday,: -
George
Washington,
Southfield,
and
Herschel
C.
Ann
Arbor;
a
March -12, at Westwood
daughter, Mrs. Irva (Eeta) Ger- died Feb. 24. He leaves his parents,
Cemetery, 26200 Michigan
AND
show; two brothers, Drs. Kenneth Mr. and Mrs. Irving Lawton; two
Ave., Inkster. RabbL Arm
and Stanley, both of- Willowdale, brothers, Howard and Robert; and
will offielate. Relatives
Ont.; two sisters, Mrs. Philip his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
and. friends are asked to
-7e:e e € i.c'Neu cc&
cud
(Shirley) Hornfield of Israel and Sam Lefkowitz and Mr. Sam Fine.
attend.- . -
I, -r. Pe,
w ∎ ci Plarufi Lirto , h 8. S,1
• • •
Mrs. Jack (Kayla} Marcus of Den-
ver; and three grandchildren.
JACK PECHENICK, 18931 Mark

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