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March 08, 1974 - Image 55

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-03-08

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Ann R. Fisher,
of Aid Groups

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Ann R. Fisher, a member
of several organizations and
service groups, died March
1 at age 53.
Born in New York City,
Mrs. Fisher, 2095 Bordeaux,
West Bloomfield, was a mem_
ber of Temple Israel, Infant
Service G r o u p, National
Council of Parents Associa-
tion for Jewish Residential
Care, Hadassah and Sheruth
League.
She leaves her husband,
Louis; two sons, Alan and
Paul; a daughter, Nita of
California; and a brother,
' Tnbenstein.

Gerald M. Franklin, an at-
torney who was shot to death
behind his law office on De-
troit's northwest side, died
March 1 at age 43.
Born in Worcester, Mass.,
Mr. Franklin lived 18 years
in Detroit. His law office is
located at 17031 W. Seven
Mile. He was graduated
from Boston University and
from its law school in 1953.
He was a member of the
Michigan and Massachusetts
bar associations and the
Wayne County Bar Associa-
tion.

Ju lius Berger
e,

,

Company, Head

Julius Berger, owner and
president of Warren Freezer
Food Co., 11000 Grand River.
for the past 21 years, died
Feb. 28 at age 57.
Mr. Berger, 23611 Marlow,
Oak Park, was a member of
Cong. Bnai Moshe and Zager-
Stone Lodge of Bnai Brith.
He leaves his wife, Jea-
nette; two sons, Laurence
and Ronald; a daughter,
Nancy; a brother, Maxwell
of Miami Beach; a sister,
Mrs. Nathan (Eve) Maxman
of Hallandale, Fla.; and one
grandchild.

Lillian Strauss,
Executive, Age 75

Lillian Strauss, secretary-
treasurer of Machinex Equip-
ment Co., 7578 Puritan, dis-
tributors of laundry and dry
cleaning equipment, died
March 3 at age 75.
Born in Austria, Mrs.
Strauss lived 60 years in De-
troit. She leaves a son,
Milton A.; and one grand-
child.

In Memoriam I

In loving memory of Her-
man G. Adler, g one two
years this March, but never
forgotten by all who loved,
respected and admired him.

In Loving Memory of

MARY LAKRITZ

Who passed away
March 8, 1973. You are
always in our hearts
and we miss you very
much. Sadly missed by
your husband, Max;
and son, Howard.

Gerald Franklin, Slain Attorney, 43

HARRY A.
KASH DAN

Who died suddenly one
year ago, March 9,
1973.
When through one man
a little more love and
goodness, a little more
light and truth comes
into the World, then
that man's life has had
meaning.
Forever Loved and
Missed By Wife, Betty
and children Sandra
and Joel.

OBITUARIES

Jason; a daughter, Jackie;
his mother, Mrs. Jacob (Eva)
Franklin; and a sister, Mrs.
JEAN ALTSHULER,
MARY HOFFMAN BUR- daughter, Vivian of New
Norman (Sandra) Swanson. former Detroiter of Miami
DEN, former Detroiter of York City; two sisters and
Interment Worcester.
Beach, died March 4. She North Miami, died March 3. one grandchild.
leaves a son, Bernard B.; She leaves her husband,
one sister; and three grand- James; two sons, Leon and
Ann B. Polozker,
children. Interment Detroit. David Hoffman; two daugh-
* *
Active Clubwoman
ters, Mrs. Julius (Ruth)
SARALEE
BROSS,
25080 Berkowitz and Mrs. Ralph
Ann B. Polozker, an active
member of women's, philan- Glynholm, Birmingham, died (Doris) Grossbart; thr e e
thropic and religious organi- March 5. She leaves her hus- brothers; and 16 grandchil-
During the
zations, died March 1 at age band, Sheldon; a son, Jeff- dren. Interment Detroit.
rey; a daughter, Michelle;
coming week
* * *
74.
Yeshivoth Beth
HELEN GLUCK JOSEPH,
Born in Poland, Mrs. and her parents, Mr. and
Yehudah will
Mrs.
Frank
(Betty)
Silver-
25090
Kenosha.
Oak
Park,
Polozker, 16500 North Park,
observe the
died
March
5.
Survived
by
a
Southfield, was a member of man.
* *
Yahrzeits of the
He leaves his wife, Elaine; Temple Beth El, women's
son, Dr. Henry Gluck; two
following d a-
M A N U E L FELDSTEIN, daughters, Mrs. William
three sons, Scott, Glenn and division of Allied Jewish
parted friends,
2740
Fullerton,
died
March
3.
Campaign, Hadassah, Worn-
(Pearl) Gross of Palos
with the tradi-
He leaves a brother, Henry. Verdes Peninsula, Calif., and
en's
American
ORT
and
Na-
*
*
Henry Dudkin, 75, tional Council of Jewish
tional Memor-
Mrs. Daniel (Lenora) Rubin
ial Prayers, re-
ISADOR FIDLER, former of Dallas; and seven grand-
Women.
She
was
a
past
Ex-Manufacturer
citation of
Detroiter
of
Los
Angeles,
children.
president of the Home Relief
Kaddish and
Henry Dudkin, a retired Society.
died Feb. 22. Survived by his
*
Studying of
New York dress manufac-
wife,
Lillian;
two
sons,
Jerry
She
leaves
a
son,
Bruce;
KATE LAUTER, 19499
Mishnayos.
turer, died Sunday in Detroit, two daughters, Mrs. Fred and Spencer; two brothers
where he had made his home (Elaine) Greenspan and Mrs. and one grandchild. Inter- Schaefer, died March 3. Sur-
Adar Mar.
vived by her husband, Sam.
since 1959. He was 75.
Ida Damrauer
16
10
Stuart (Gloria) Kallman of ment California.
* * *
* 0
Leon Greenberg 16
10
Mr. Dudkin was 'a member Hollywood, Fla.; a sister,
Bessie Katz
16
10
GERTRUDE LINDEN,
PAULA FISCH, 28084 Sel-
Ann Rubenfaer 16
10
of the Retired Businessmen's Mrs. Sarah Maneli; and
Nathan Ruzumna 16
10
kirk, Southfield, died March 23231 Berkley, Oak Park,
Association, Cong. B e t h eight grandchildren.
Chayem Shur
16
10
died
March
4.
She
leaves
her
6.
Survived
by
two
daughters,
Alfred Wineman 16
10
Achim and Knight s of
Joseph Zucker
16
10
Mrs. Irene Wolovits and Mrs. husband, Joseph; a son,
Pythias in New York. Born-
Rebecca Brester 17
11
Mark;
two
daughters,
Mrs.
Zoltan (Margaret) Gondos of
Israel Charlip
in Russia, he came to the Samuel Burtman,
17
11
Abe
(Annette)
Hitow
and
Sarah Eizen
17
11
Arlington,
Va.;
four
grand-
U.S. in 1912. He lived at Company Founder
Moses Gunsberg 17
11
children; and six great- Mrs. Alex (Myrna) Kline;
31020 Huntley Sq. E., Birm-
Vojtech Haber
17
11
and
seven
grandchildren.
Samuel
Burtman,
founder
grandchildren,
Isaac Levine
"17
11
ingham.
*
*
Louis Kasoff
17
*
11
and retired president of the
Shabse Y.
Survivors are his wife, Century Brick Co., died
FANNY HARELIK, 19370
L E N A SEMELISKY of
Lipschutz
17
11
Sadye; two daughters, Mrs. March 5 at age 76.
Charles Solomon 17
11
Votrobeck, died March 3. Glens Falls, N.Y., died Feb.
Samuel Beznos
18
12
Marvin (Sivia) Eilender and
Mr. Burtman, 16500 North Survived by four sons, Ed- 25. Survived by four daugh-
Charles Cohen
18
12
Mrs. Herbert (Joyce) Fur- Park, Southfield, founded the ward of Miami, Harry, Mor- ters, Mrs. Herbert N.
Sarah Lyons
18
12
Ida Mickel
18
12
man; one brother, two sis- company in 1933 and retired ris and Herb; a daughter, (Dorothy) Reinheimer of De-
Samuel Natinsky 18
12
ters and six grandchildren. as president and chairman of Mrs. William (Rose) Stern; troit, Mrs, David Vac, Mrs.
Abe Nusbaum
18
12
Louis Pelavin
18
12
the board in. 1972.
15 grandchildren and 18 Irving Sandler and Ruth;
Leo Barth
19
13
and grandchildren. Inter-
Charles Drescher 19
He was a charter member grandchildren.
13
E. Friedman
19
* *
13
ment Glens Falls.
and past vice president and
Harold Herman -'19
13
*
treasurer of Temple Israel,
BENA HEITKAMP, 29629
Rebecca Katzer 19
13
Harry Raskin
19
13
a life member of Redford N. Rutherland, Southfield,
HYMAN SILVERMAN,
Rachel Scherr
19
13
Lodge of the Masons, Detroit died Feb. 28. Survived by her former Detroiter of N.
Eva Shlakman
19
13
Julius Wasserman 19
13
husband,
John;
her
parents,
Consistory
No.
-1
Knights
Miami, died March 1. He
Unveiling announcements may
Meyer Weisberg 19
13
be inserted by mail or by calling Templar, Redford Kiwanis Morris and Jean Stalrit; two leaves his wife, Martha; two
Bessie Baskin
20
14
The Jewish News office, 17515 W. Club and the Presidents Club sons, Mark and Gary Stot-
Jack Kape
20
14
daughters,
Mrs.
H
ar
v
e
y
9 Mile Rd., Southfield, Mich. 48075,
Abraham M.
356-8400. Written announcements of the University of Detroit. sky; a daughter, Bonnie (Dolores) Saperstein and
Kreplak
20
14
must be accompanied by the name
Meyer
Nusbaum 20
He
leaves
his
wife,
Mollie;
Stotsky;
and
one
brother.
14
Mrs. Alan (Georgina) Roth-
and address of the person making
*
*
*
Sarah Rotman
20
14
the insertion. There is a standing and a sister, Mrs. Abe
enberg
of
Westwood,
Calif.;
William
charge of $4.50 for an unveiling (Bessie) White of Swamps-
LILLIE HERKOWITZ, two brothers and six grand-
Scha rtwzman 20
14
notice, measuring an inch in
Hadassah Weine 20
14
former Detroiter of Los 'An- children. Interment Detroit.
depth and $8.00 for one two inches cot, Mass.
Katie Zamler
20
14
deep with a black border. '
geles, died Feb. 28. Survived
Faivel Applebaum 21
15
• * •
Lillian Bluestein 21
15
CARDS OF THANKS
by four sons, 'Sam, Joe,
ROSE SOMBERG, 18601
Bessie Bulkin
21
15
The family of the late Arthur and Irving, all of De- Mark Twain, died March 5.
Jacob Chaben
21
15
Anna Chausky
Isaac M. Faxstein acknowl- troit; two- daughters, Mrs. Survived by her husband,
21
15
The Family of the Late
Hyman Lerner
21
15
edges with grateful apprecia- Joseph (Sally) Willis and Israel (Sam); a son, Howard
Abraham Marcus 21
15
Leah Menuck
tion the many kind expres- Mrs. Sam (Celia) Levine; of Woodland Hills, Calif.; a
21
15
CHAI ROCHEL
Meyer Schwartz 21
15
sions of sympathy extended and grandchildren. Interment
Sylvia Silverstein 21
BERLIN
15
by relatives and friends dur- Los Angeles.
Louis Barsky
22
16
Announces the unveil-
Abraham
Sidney A. Deitch
ing the family's recent- be-
Dubrinsky
22
16
ing of a monument in
reavement.
Leopold Hirsch 22
16
DETROIT
her memory 1 p.m.
*
Fannie Katz
22
16
Abraham
Martin
22
MONUMENT
WORKS
16
Sunday, March 17 at
The family of the late
Harry Marwil
22
16
Machpelah Cemetery.
14441 W. 11 Mile Rd.
More
Roy Radner
Julius Friedman acknowl-
22
16
Gardner, betw. Coolidge e. Greenfrrld
Nathan Shecter 22
16
Rabbi Gordon will of-
369 2711, Eve
edgeswith grateful apprecia-
626-0330
Tillie Shkolnick_ 22
16
ficiate. Relatives and
Obituaries
tion the many kind expres-
Sadie Tzevine
22
16
Yitzchock Zemet 22
friends are asked to
16
sions of sympathy extended
NIMINV
attend.
by relatives and friends dur-
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ing the family's recent be-
Yehudah
661 E. B MILE, FERNDALE
reavement.
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WE REMEMBER
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Unveilings

The Family of the Late

In Memory of

Friday, March 8, 1974-55

BESSIE GLAZER

Announces the unveil-
ing of a monument in
her memory 12 noon
Sunday, March 17 at
Chesed Shed Emes
Cemetary. Rabbi Lie-
berman will officiate.
Relatives and friends
are asked to attend.

/2 Blocks E. of Woodward
6 Blks from 3 Jewish
Cemeteries on Woodward

We Mourn The Death of Our Brother.

HYMAN SILVERMAN

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and are truly sorry that we were not able to
attend his funeral, because of failure to be
notified of his demise

Frank Silverman

Samuel Silverman

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