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August 16, 1974 - Image 47

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-08-16

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Sidney 'Sugarman,
NY Chief Judge, 69

OBITUARIES

D 0 R A BAYLES, 29261
Pointe-O-Woods, Southfield,
died Aug. 9. She leaves a
son, Marvin D., of Ft. Laud-
erdale; a daughter, Mrs. Jo-
seph (Lenora) Stulberg; one
sister and five grandchildren.

.MEYER COHEN, 32249
Willoughby, F a r in i n g ton
Hills, died Aug. 13. He leaves
two sons, Herman and
Aaron, of Calif.; three daugh-
ters, Mrs. Gordon (Belle)
Levine of W. Palm Beach,
Fla.: Mrs. William (Bea-
tri -,Banks
,
and Mrs. Henry
(I
,,thy) Mills; nine grand-
- chiluren and eight great-
grandchildren.
* * *

SANFORD FREED, 19800
W. 12 Mile, Southfield, died
Aug. 9. He leaves his par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack
(Ann) Freed; and two sis-
ters, Mrs. David (Elayne)
Zack and Mrs. Arnold
(Joyce) Weiner.

SOL FRENKEL, former
Detroiter of Sherman Oaks,
Calif., died August 10. He
leaves his wife, Edith; two
sons, Leonard R. and Ray-
mond; a daughter, Mrs. Da-
vid (Rochelle) Solomon;
eight grandchildren and five
greatgrandchildren. Inter-
ment Los Angeles.

MARIE LECHNER, 19302
LOUIS POSAR, 19100 W.
Appleton, died Aug. 9. She Seven Mile, died Aug. 15.
leaves two sons, Dr. Jerome Survived by t h r e e sons,
and Dr. Monroe S.; two George of Skokie, Jack and
brothers; three sisters and Harry; and seven grandchil-
nine grandchildren.
dren. Services 2:30 p.m. to-
*
day at Hebrew Memorial
SAMUEL L E V Y, 1640 Chapel.
* *
Avondale, Ann Arbor, died
ANNA ROSENGARTEN,
Aug. 8. He leaves his wife,
Clara; a son, Kenneth; a 8705 Kingswood, died Aug.
daughter, Mrs. Robert (Eva 8. She leaves her sister, Mrs.
Leah) Matusow of W. Acton, Ben (Jeannette) Rollins.
Me.; and four grandchildren.
JAKE-NSCHEER, 19341 Ard-
more,
died Aug. 13. Survived
SARAH R. LEWIS died
Aug. 14. She leaves her hus- by his wife, Theresa; a son,
band, Abraham; two sons, Ralph; a daughter, Jeanie
Irvin and Donald; a daughter, of San Diego; and two sisters.
Mrs. Isadore (Marian) Perl-
HERMAN S. SHEAR died
mutter; seven grandchildren
and three great-grandchilren. Aug. 10. Survived by wife,
Bertha; a daughter, M r s .
Melvin (Evelyn) Stern; one
PETER MARCUS, 13030 brother, one sister and two
Rosemary, Oak Park, died grandchildren.
Aug. 14. Survived by his wife,
Pauline; a son, Martin; two
daughters, Mrs. Linda Ba- Richard Jacobs
thune and Mrs. Esther Firm Co-Founder
Bailey; one brother, four sis-
Richard S. Jacobs, vice
ters and two grandchildren.
president and co-founder of
Weiss Pollution Control Co.,
MILTON MORRIN, 25632 30999 10 Mile, Farmington,
Lincoln Terr., Oak Park, died died Aug. 9 at age 47.
A native Detroiter, Mr.
Aug. 11. Survived by wife,
Lenore; a daughter, Sara Jacobs, 7326 Edinborough,
Lee of New York City; two W. Bloomfield, was a mem-
ber of Temple Beth El. He
brothers and three sisters.
was a mechanical contractor.
He leaves his wife, Lillian;
JULIA MULLER, 19763 four daughters, Mrs. Alan_
Cranbrook, died. Aug. 11. She (Frances) Krause of Aus-
leaves a son, Walter; and tralia, Mrs. Danny (Karen)
four grandchildren.
Hicks, Gail and Sandra; and
a brother, Leo S.

ALBERT HARWITH, 15311
W. 14 Mile, Beverly Hills,
died Aug. 10. He leaves a
daughter, Mrs. Eugene D.
(Edith) Goodman; a daugh-
ter-in-law, Mrs. Archie (Jul- Nathan Novograd,
ia) Harwith; one brother, one
Store Partner, 57
sister, four grandchildren
and eight great-grandchil-
Nathan Novograd (Novo-
dren.
gradsky), a partner and man-
ager of Campau Furniture at
JOSEPH H. JOAPHSON, 10201 Joseph Campau, Ham-
4821 Sedgemoor, Royal Oak, tramck, died Tuesday at age
died Aug. 13. He leaves his 57.
A native Detroit Mr. Novo-
wife, Freda; a son, Harold;
one brother, two sisters and grad, 15340 Park, Oak Park,
was a member of Eddie
three grandchildren. ,
Jacobs Lodge, Bnai Brith.
He leaves his wife, Bertha;
SIDNEY N. JOSEPHSON
died Aug. 13. He leaves his three daughters, Linda, Phyl-
wife, Faye; a son, Dr. David lis and Debra; his mother,
of Indianapolis; a daughter, Mrs. Frank (Sarah) Novo-
Mrs. Dale (Nanci) Rands; grad; and a sister, Mrs. Wal-
one brother, one sister and lace (Marilyn) Rosner.
and grandchild.

IDA S. (PEG) KANNERS,
22700 Saratoga, Southfield,
died Aug. 14. She leaves a
son, Victor; a daughter, Mrs.
Myron (Rosalie) Sempliner;
tine, grandchildren and two
great-grandchildren.

'RA KLEIN, 12775
Ply 8th, died Aug. 9. She
le2,
her husband, Norbert.

Unveilings Appear
on Page 34.

The Family of the Late

ABRAHAM
WEISBERG

Acknowledges
with grateful apprecia-
tion the many kind ex-
pressions of sympathy
extended by relatives
and friends during the
family's recent be-
reavement.

David Betman,
Store Owner, 81

David Betman, original
owner of Arrow Furniture
Co. on Michigan Ave. died
Monday at age 81.
Born in Russia, Mr. Bet-
man was a member of Fur-
niture Club of Detroit and
Pisgah Lodge of Bnai Brith.
He resided at 42800 W. Nine
Mile, Oak Park.
He leaves his wife Ada; .a
daughter, Mrs. Milo (Rosina)
Weissman; a sister, Mrs.
Harry (Bessie) Cohen; two
grandchildren and three
great-grandchildren.

In memory of beloved wife; mother, and sister:

NEW YORK - Sidney Su-
garman, retired chief federal
judge for the Southern Dis-
trict of New York, died Aug.
9 at age 69.
Judge Sugarman was past
international vice president
of Bnai Brith and past presi-
dent of its District 1, embrac-
ing New York, New England
and East Canada. He was a
life member of the national
commission of the Anti-Def-
amation League.
Born in Boston, Judge Su-
garman received his law de-
gree from Boston University
in 1925. He was admitted to
the New York bar in 1927.
He was appointed to the
District Court by President
Truman in 1949, and became
chief judge on the basis of
seniority in 1966. As chief
judge he devised procedures
to reduce the 'backlog of
cases, and initiated a pro-
gram in which a single judge
takes a case horn inception
to completion.

Jerome Wasserman,
Store Manager, 60

Jerome A. Wasserman,
manager of the Livonia Mall
Meyer Jewelers store, died
Aug. 8 at age 60.
Born in Detroit, Mr. Was-
serman, 2234 LeLoire, South-
field, was a member of
Temple Beth El. He had been
associated with the jewelry
firm for more than 20 years.
He leaves his wife, Helen;
a son, Neil; a daughter, Mrs.
Bernard (Rita) Bocolor;
three sisters, Mrs. Morris
(Edna) Tobb of Kansas City,-
Mo., Mrs. Harold (Sylvia)
Karr and Mr-s. Harry (Betty)
Malitz; and two grandchil-
dren.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Lewis Sowden 71

,

Journalist, Poet

,

JERUSALEM (JTA) - gree at Witwatersrand. In
Lewis Sowden, former South addition to several documen-
African journalist, writer tary books on South Africa,
and poet, died here Aug. he earned fame for his novels
6, at age 71. His widow, which included "The Man
Dora Sowden, is also a jour- Who Was Emperor," "The
nalist for South African King of High Street," and
newspapers and dance crit- "The Crooked Blue Gum."
ic of "The Jerusalem Post."
He also published three
Mr. Sowden was, until books of poetry: "Poems With
making aliya to Israel in Flute," 'Poems With the
1966, assistant editor and Bible," and "The Charmed
theater critic of "Rand Daily Fabric." A fourth collection,
Mail." In Israel he contin- "The Jaffa Road," is due to
ued 'his work in journalism, be published shortly.
serving as a correspondent
for the South African morn-
ing newspaper group which
includes the "Mail."
A native of Manchester,
England, Mr. Sowden went
to South Africa at the age of
During the
8 and received an MA de-
coming week

WE REMEMBER
1-1=1■2 71 152

Yeshivoth Beth

ye_hudah w i I I

Harry Grossman,
Local Attorney, 70

Harry N. Grossman, a De-
troit attorney for 47 years,
died Tuesday at age 70.

Born in Bay City, Mr.
Grossman, 20524 Oldham,
Southfield, was a past presi-
dent of Knollwood Country
Club, and was a member
of Detroit Consistory and
Moslem Temple, Standard
City Club, Detroit and Mich-
igan Bar associations and
Adat Shalom Synagogue. He
was a life member of the
NAACP.

He leaves his wife, Ann-
ette; a son, M. Glenn; a
daughter, Mrs. Donald B.
(Susan) Lifton; three broth-
ers, David and Manuel, and
Martin Graham;' a sister,
Mrs. Joseph (Gertrude) Wid-
lan; and four grandchildren.

Mrs. Castellanos, Envoy and Writer

TE-L AVIV (JTA) - Mrs.
Rosario Castellanos, the am-
bassador to Israel from
Mexico, died Aug. 7.
Mrs. Castellanos, a journ-
alist and writer, had served
in Israel for the past three
years. She was well re-
spected by her colleagues in
the diplomatic corps and
among the Israelis with
whom she came into contact.
One of her books was trans-
lated into Hebrew, the pro-

ceeds of which went to char-
ity in Israel.
The Israeli Foreign Minis-
try has notified the Mexican
government of the ambassa-
dor's death and is making
preparations for the transfer
of the body to Mexico City.

Sidney A. Deitch
DETROIT
MONUMENT WORKS

I

14441 W. 11 Mile Rd.

Gardner, betw. Coolidge & Greenfield

MINNIE GERSHMAN

Dearest Connie,

Dear Ma:
. -
As I kindle this Yahrzeit lamp, amidst the
flames, you reappear miraculously before my eyes.
I can pour out my heart to you, but no longer can
may tears flow. How you gave so unselfishly of
yourself, sacrificing everything you had to make
your children happy! You asked for nothing in
return; your children's happiness was your fondest
pleasure. Your monetary assets were meager, yet
you were wealthier than the richest person in the
"world, for you were blessed with a Yiddishe heart
and the warmth and tenderness that it produced.
Your life was one of excruciating pain and unbear-
able suffering. But you clung to life with a powerful
- but crippled' grip, until God closed your eyes.
May you find the peace that was denied to you in
this world in the Garden of Eden. May Paradise
be yours.
Your loving son, Steven

Wise meil say that
time is a great healer,
and although it has
been one long year
since a useless death
took you from us, it
seems like only yester-
day you suddenly
slipped out of our lives.
Connie, dear, your
absence has brought
an emptiness to all our
lives and where you
are, remember that
you are sadly missed
by your son, mother,
sisters, brother, grand-
parents and especially
me, your father.

399-2711. Eve. 626-0330

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Yahrzeits of the
following d e-
parted friends,
with the tradi-
tional Memor-
ial Prayers, re-
citation of
Kaddish and
Studying of
Mishnayos.

AV AUG.

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Frieda Flekel
30-
Sam Kitty
Vernon Martell 30
30
Morris Posner
Israel Schwartz 30
Ida Schwartzman 30
Joseph
30
Weingarden
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Rivka, Leah,
Shaina, Bnot
1
Abrohom Y.
1
Lena Bartick
1
Ida Cohen
1
Abner Dunn
1
Hinde Gunsberg
1
Max Randel
2
Julie Gottlieb
2
Gordon Hootner
2
Ida Malzberg
2
Louis Pollack
Samuel Y. Simon 2
2
Fannie Stern
2
Morris Suffrin
2
Edward Zold
Sidney Averbuch 3
3
Lillian Browar
3
Etta Felsenfeld
3
Merle Jalan
3
Isadore H. Keit
3
Helen Quidd
3
Anna Radom
3
Louis Rose
4
Sam Gruskin
4
Ida Leiderman
4
Louis Levin
4
Anne Shulman
4
Samuel Spinner
Benjamin N.
4
.5usman
Joan P. Traurig
4
5
Minnie Barsky
5
Philip Baxter
5
Sarah Feon
Kaplan Family
Aaron Schey
5
Gussie Seder
5
Fannie Weiss
5
Sarah Aronow
6
Anna Goldstick
6
Martin Harris
6
Esther Rosen
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