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January 11, 1974 - Image 47

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-01-11

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ney arAett, rs. A r c Sh1man
Accountant, 73 Pioneer Hadassah Leader

,

Sidney A. Barnett, a certi-
fied public accountant for
more than 50 years, died
Jan. 5 at age 73.
Mr. Barnett, 22701 Essex
Way, Southfield, had offices
at 26711 Woodward, Hunting-
ton Woods, for the past 51/2
years. He was graduated
from the University of De-
troit and was a member of
Cong. Shaarey Zedek and . a
life member of Perfection
Lodge of the Masons.
He leaves his wife, Sylvia;
a son, Ronald B.; a daugh-
ter, Mrs. Morton (Carol)
Siegel of Rockville, Md.;
and three grandchildren.

NEW YORK-Bertha Sing-
er Schoolman, a pioneer lead-
er of Hadassah, who from
1947 to 1953 headed Youth
Aliya activities, died Sunday
at age 76.
A Hebrew scholar who
taught at Teachers Institute
of the Jewish Theological
Seminary, M r s . Schoolman
lived in Israel during the War

I In Memoriam

In Loving Memory of

ROSA
ROSEN ROTH

Beloved wife and
mother who pa ssed
away the 19th day of
Tevet 1973. S a d l y
missed by her husband,
-. brother and family
srael, and sister
and family in Califor-
nia.

A Truly Beautiful
Woman and a Wonder-
ful Mother

LILLIAN
MARLOWE

Passed away Jan. 14,
1960. Sadly missed by
all who loved her.
Dearly loved and re-
membered by her
daughters, Mrs. Domi-
nick (Bonnie) Vocino
and Mrs. Hershel (Deb-
bie) Kashdan.

of Independence when she as-
sisted in Hadassah medical
activities on Mount Scopus.
She was honored by Israel
for her Zionist activities and
her many services for Israeli
causes.
Her husband, Dr. Albert P.
Schoolman, is president of
the National Council of Jew-
ish Education.

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chelle; three sisters and nine
grandchildren. Interment De-
troit.

*
ROBERT KLEE, 21970
Coolidge, Oak Park, died
Jan. 4. Survived by his wife,
Mae; four daughters, Mrs.
Alex (Sally) Lieberman,
Mrs. Roslyn Parris, Mrs.
Betty Lieberman and Mrs.
Sidney (Florence) Wolfson;
one sister, 16 grandchildren
and 24 great-grandchildren.
*
*
BERNICE M. KOFFMAN,
17700 Grandville, died Jan.
7. She leaves her husband,
Ross L.; a son, Marc; a
daughter, Nancy; her
mother, Mrs. Milton (Sylvia)
Michaels; and a sister, Mrs.
Gerald (Phyllis) Krause.

*

* *

REBECCA KORIN, 1900 N.
Washington, Royal Oak, died
Jan. 7. Survived by a brother,
Henry Lublin of Milwaukee;
and nieces and nephews.
* * *
SARA G. KROHN, 16200
Roanoke, Southfield, died
Jan. 5. Survived by two sons,
Drs. Lawrence H. and Ber-
nard G.; five grandchildren;
and one great-grandchild.

*

* *

MORRIS LESSEN, former
Detroiter of Miami Beach,
died Jan. 1. Survived by his
wife, Betty; a son, Carl of
Detroit; one brother, two
sisters, including Mrs. Mary
Scott; and three grandchil-
dren. Interment Hollywood,
Fla.
*
REBECCA LEVINE, 20175
Votrobeck, died Jan. 7. She
leaves two sons, R. Robert
Lynn and Nathan; two
daughters, Mrs. Milton (Ida)
Moskovitz and Mrs. Marvin
(Sarah) S a nf i el d; one
brother, 13 grandchildren
and two great-grandchildren.
* * *
* * *
ABRAM LIPIN died Jan.
PHILIP KESSLER, former 9. He leaves a grandson,
Detroiter of Tucson, died George Mundstock Jr.
* * *
Jan. 8. He leaves his wife,
Ethel; four daughters, Mrs.
PETER LUSTGARTEN,
Harold (Suzanne) Tobin, 16207 Lamplighter, Southfield,
Mrs. Richard (Pat) Lippner, died Jan. 8. Survived by his
Mrs. Golda Jones and Ro- wife, Bella; a daughter, Mrs.
Harold (Wyn) Landis; two
brothers, two sisters, and two
The Family of the Late
grandchildren.
r :*
*
MORRIS
AUGUSTA MARKWOOD,
24730 Sussex, Oak Park, died
KARBAL
Jan. 8. She leaves a son, Ira
Announces the unveil-
M. of Springfield, Ill; a
ing of a monument in
daughter, Mrs. Leon (Hilda)
his memory 1 p.m.
Lucas; five grandchildren
Jan. 13 at Beth Tefilo
and one great-grandchild. In-
Cemetery. Rabbi Gron-
terment in New York.
* * *
er will officiate. Rel-
atis*s and friends are
PAULINE PAPER, 26715
asked to attend.
Greenfield, Southfield, died
Jan. 4. Survived by a son,

ri ay, anuary 1-17197-

47

BERTHA SCHOOLM AN

Bernard Pepper; two daugh-
ters, Mrs. Abraham (Sima)
Goldstein and Mrs. Ida
Paper; one sister, four
grandchildren and nine great-
children.
*
jUL I U S RABINOWITZ,
17521 Wisconsin, died Jan. 3.
He leaves a son, Milton Rob-
erts of Atherton, Calif. ; three
daughters, Mrs. D a v id
(Ruth) Mendelson, Mrs. Ju-
lian (Shirley) Klein and Mrs.
Harry (Doris) Kashtan; one
brother, one sister and 11
grandchildren.

* * *

NEIL ROSENZWEIG, 6182
Nicholas, West Bloomfield,
died Jan. 7. Survived by two
sons, Jack and Dennis; two
brothers, one sister and four
grandchildren.

JACK SCHWARTZ died
Jan. 9. He leaves his wife,
Jeanette; a son, Donald; a
daughter, Mrs. Howard (Bev-
erly) Stone; three brothers,
one sister and four grand-
children.
* * *
HYMAN L. SELITSKY,
26051 Lahser, Southfield,
died Jan. 5. He leaves a son,
Sam; two daughters, Mrs.
Louis (Rose) Wiener and
Mrs. William (Esther) Sum-
mers of Dallas; nine grand-
children and 10 great-grand-
children.



* *

TODD WALLACH, 24503
Pierce, Southfield, died Jan.
7. He leaves his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Robert (Fern)
Wallach; three sisters, Julia,
Stacey and Leslee; and his
,grandmothers, Mrs. Saul
(Shirley) Wallach and Mrs.
Julius (Rita) Eckhouse.

* * *

ANNA WEINGARDEN
KRESCH, former Detroiter
of Miami, died Jan. 3. She
leaves two sons, Sidney and
Earl Weingarden; a daugh-
ter, Mrs. Rudolph (Rosalyn)
Shulman; one sister, six
grandchildren and eight
great-grandchildren.

*

* *

AARON ZAMECK, 29114
Franklin Hills, Southfield,
died Jan. 8. He leaves his
wife, Mary; a son, Harvey
J.; a daughter, Jacquelyn
Z a m e c k Goldstein; one
brother and two sisters.

Value of Prayer
Gold and silver become pu-
rified through fire. If you
feel no sense of improvement
after your prayer, you are
either made of base metal,
or your prayer was cold.
-The Koretzer Rabbi.

Jay Rosenshine, active for ish topics and was himself
many years in Detroit com- an active participant.
munity affairs, died Monday
He leaves his wife, the
at age 81.
former Helen Vidaver; -a
Born in Poland, Mr. Rosen- daughter, Mrs. M a yn a r d
s h i n e, 23237 Providence, (Doris) Cohen of Wilmette,
Southfield, was a resident fo Ill.; two sisters, Mrs. Abe
Detroit for 52 years. He was (Rose) Martin of Florida and
a founding member of Mrs. Mae Kelly; and two
Sholom Aleichem Institute grandchildren.
and was an active Labor
Zionist. He was a member of
the education committee of
the Jewish Community Coun-
cil, served on the boards of
the United Hebrew Schools
and of the Midrasha-College
During the
of Jewish Studies and was a
coming week
member of the Yiddish Com-
Yeshivoth Beth
mittee of the Jewish Center
Yehuda will
and Michigan Jewish Histori-
observe the
cal Society.

WE REMEMBER
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Yahrzeit of the
following de-
parted friends,
with the tradi-
tional Memor-
ial Prayers, re-
citation of
Kaddish and
studying of
Mishnayos.

Interested in advancing the
cause of Jewish scholarship
and learning, Mr. Rosenshine
was • instrumental in the
founding of several local
study groups devoted to Jew-

Laura L. Markey,
Ex-Store Owner

Laura Levy Markey, co-
founder of Leonard Shoes,
7340 W. McNichols, and op-
erator until its closing, died
Jan. 8 at age 57.
Mrs. Markey, 29020 Ram-
blewood, Farmington Hills,
co-founded the retail chil-
dren's shoe store in 1945.
She was a member of Adat
Shalom Synagogue, Hadas-
sah and the Zionist Organiza-
tion of America.

She leaves her husband,
David C.; a son, Cary Levy;
two daughters, Mrs. Lloyd
(Barbara) Paley and Mrs.
Donald (Phyllis) Mutnick of
Columbus; a sister, Mrs.
Joseph (Edith) Levine; and
three grandchildren.

Mrs. David Sarnoff

NEW YORK - Mrs. David
Sarnoff, widow of the former
chairman of Radio Corp. of
AmeriCa, died Wednesday at
age 79.
She had assumed leader-
ship in many civic and char-
itable movements and gained
national fame for her serv-
ices in social causes.

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OBITUARIES

MACK BARNETT, 21140
W. Seven Mile, died Jan. 3.
He leaves his wife, Esther;
two sons, Joseph S. and Sey-
1DON (JTA) - Harry mour; two sisters and four
Myer, London journalist and grandchildren.
public figure, died in Ma-
* * 4:
jorca Dec. 28 at age 72.
RUTH BELLER, 9225
He was educated at the Idaho, Livonia, died Jan. 6.
London School of Economics, Survived by her husband,
after which . he joined his Irving; a son, Jay; a daugh-
father, Morris Myer, founder ter, Debra; two brothers and
and editor of the London Yid- two sisters.
dish daily, "The Jewish
* * *
Times," as production man-
ETHEL
COHEN
of Scran-
ager. On his father's death
- in 1944 he took over the edi- ton, Pa., died Jan. 3. She
torship and edited the last leaves a son, Harold of
London Yiddish daily until it Philadelphia; a daughter,
closed down for lack of Mrs. Be rnard (Mildred)
Winer of Detroit; two sisters,
readers in 1951.
Mr. Myer was a former five grandchildren and three
vice president of the Zionist great - grandchildren. Inter-
Federation, vice chairman ment Scranton.
* * *
- of the British section of the
ABRAHAM
FERSHTMAN,
World Jewish Congress and
vice chairman of the Poale 21850 Avon, Oak Park, died
Zion. He will be buried in Jan. 5. Survived by three
sons, Sidney, Norman L. and
Israel.
Herman D.; two daughters,
Mrs. Sylvia Fox and Mrs.
Radomer to Have
Sidney (Rita) Barish; one
sister and 16 grandchildren.
Memorial Service
* * *
The Radomer Mutual So-
SALLY FURMAN, former
ciety of Detroit in commem-
oration of the 25,000 Jews of Detroiter of Miami, died Jan.
Radom, Poland, who died in 1. Survived by a brother,
the Holocaust, will have its Reeves Lewenthal of New
annual memorial (Yizkor) York; and two sisters, Mrs.
services 8 p.m. Sunday at Hiram (Bert) Vogel of New
the Labor Zionist Institute. York and Mrs. Sol (Bess)
Rabbi Charles Rosenzveig, Rosenman of Detroit.
* * *
a survivor of the Holocaust,
RUT HEIMANN, 19100 W.
will conduct the services.
Rabbi Rosenzveig is chaplain Seven Mile, died Jan. 8. She
of the Port Huron Synagogue. leaves a daughter, Mrs.
Louis (Majken) Lichtig; five
brothers, three grandchildren
and one great-grandchild.
* * *
In loving memory of my
CELIA KAPETANSKY,
dear husband, Meyer Finkel. 27055 Marshall, Southfield,
Fifteen years have gone but died Jan. 4. Survived by two
the happy memories will re- daughters, Mrs. Sidn e y
main forever. Your loving (Belle) Liberman and Mrs.
wife, Ann Finkel, and family. Martin L. (Eleanore) Brown;
and six grandchildren.

Editor Harry Myer,
sh Journalist, 72

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