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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-11-08

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Dr. Masserman, Optometrist, 70

Dr. Morris H. Masserman,
an optometrist for nearly 50
years, died Nov. 4 at age 70.
Boni in the Ukraine, Dr.
Masserman was brought to
the U.S. as a child. Prior to
living in Detroit, Dr. Masser-
man lived in Milw-aukee. He
was a graduate of old Cen:-
tral High School and attended
City College of Detroit, now
Wayne State University. He
was graduated f r o m the
Massachusetts School of Op-
tometry about 50 years ago.
He resided at 19973 Marlowe.
D r . Masserman enjoyed
writing poetry -and was the
author of "The Artificial
'" a collection of poems.
etry had appeared in
p cations including T h e
Jewish News.
He is survived by his wife,

Mollie; a daughter, Mrs.
Richard (Caryl) Pevos; a
brother, Paul; one grand-
daughter and nieces and
nephews.
The sample of Dr. Masser-
man's poetry which follows,
"In__ the Upper Galilee," was
written after a trip to Israel.

IN THE UPPER GALILEE
The bus rides
On shaky hills of Time
Up, up, past tombs
Cloud ringed,
Of martyred rabbis,
Through narrow defiles
Of death
In the sacred dust,
Which is History.
Saviors brood
On the somnolent hills.
The centuries gleam
In the marble sun.

Samuel Schuster,
Purchasing Agent

William S. Granat,
Local Dry Cleaner

r

William S. Granat, a self-
employed dry cleaner, died
Nov. 2 at age 57.
Born in Poland, Mr. Gran-
at lived. 48 years in Detroit.
He was affiliated with the
Parents Association for Jew-
ish Residential Care, a group
which benefits Jewish men-
tally retarded; and a mem-
ber of the Hebrew Benevo-
lent Society, Ivan S. Bloch
and Morgenthau lodges of
Bnai Brith, Cong. Bnai David
and Cong. Bnai Israel-Beth
Yehuda. He resided at 19231
'Dorset, Southfield.
He is survived by his wife,
Ester (Pat); a son, Stephen
of Van Nuys, Calif.; a daugh-
ter, Rochelle; .two brothers,
Charles and Morton; three
sisters, Mrs. Sol (Bella)
Shulman, Mrs. Louis (Sarah)
Magedman of Van Nuys and
Mrs. Joseph (Esther) Eich-
net.

Mrs. Loewenstein,
Active in Groups

Lillian Loewenstein, an ac-
tive member of religious and
philanthropic organizations,
died Nov. 2 at age 74.
Born in Cleveland, Mrs:
Loewenstein lived 53 years in
Detroit. She was a member
of Temple Beth El, Hadassah,
and was an active worker for
the American Cancer Society.
She leaves two sons, Alfred
and Bert; and five grandchil-
dren.

CARD OF THANKS
The family of the late Dora
Galer acknowledges w i t h
grateful appreciation the
many kind expressions of
sympathy extended by rela-
tives and friends during the
f ily's recent bereavement.

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e family of the late Eva
Lesser acknowledges with
grateful appreciation the
y kind expressions of
athy extended by rela-
tives and friends during the
family's recent bereavement.

The Family of the Late

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Samuel 0. Schuster, pur-
chasing agent for the Minkin
Metal Co. of Detroit, died
Oct. 30 at age 67.
A native Detroiter, Mr.
Schuster was a member of
Cong. Shaarey Zedek and the
Knollwood Country Club. He
resided at 16275 W. Nine
Mile, Southfield.- -
He leaves his wife, Betty;
two brothers, Max D. and
Morton; and three sisters,
Sadie, Rebecca and Mrs. Syl-
via Kroker.

Eva Sherman, 64

OBITUARIES

LUBA BECKER, 19171 Ru-
therford, died Nov. 4. Sur-
vived by her husband, Ben; a
daughter, Mrs. Robert (Mar-
sha) Sherman; one brother,
three sisters and two grand-
children.
* * *
ELIZABETH FINLEY died
Oct. 31. She leaves two ne-
phews, Eliot Robinson and
Joseph Warner of Woodland
Hills, Calif.
* * *
GOLDIE FINKELSTONE,
former Detroiter of Miami
Beach, died Nov. 2. Survived
by her husband, Israel; a
daughter, Mrs. Theodore
(Minnie) Tanner of Des
Plaines, Ill. ; one brother,
t h r e e grandchildren and
seven great-grandchildren.

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erick; a daughter, Mrs. Phil-
ip (Cynthia) Hosay of New
York; her father, Louis
.Siegel; one brother and four
grandchildren. Interment De-
* * *
JULES KAMEN, 252.06
Prairie, Southfield, died Nov.
5, Survived by his wife, Jean;
two sons, Michael of Los An-
geles and Hugh of San Diego;
a daughter, Mrs. Larry (Bar-
bara) Warshaw; and two
grandchildren.

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DAVID HOLZMAN, 22011
7erome, Oak Park, died Nov.
2. He leaves his wife, Rose;
two sons, Ronnie S. and Joel
D.; three brothers, two sis-
ters and four grandchildren.

*

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CLARICE S. KAHN, for-
mer Detroiter of Cincinnati,
died Oct. 31. She leaves two
sons, Dr. Jeffrey and Fred-

Eva Sherman, a real estate
broker for more than 25
years, died Oct. 23 at age 64.
Born in Laurel, Miss., Mrs.
Sherman lived 47 years in
Detroit. She worked for See-
lye and Co. for th'e last 15
years. She was a founder of
the Infants Service Group.
She leaves a daughter, Mrs.
David (Gloria) Zatkin; her
mother, Mrs. Lillian Perl-
man; seven brothers, Isa-
dore, Albert, Joseph, David,
Milton, Cy and James Perl-
man; and three grandchil-
dren.

*

During the
coming week
Yeshivoth Beth
Yehudah will
observe the
Yahrzeits of the
following d e-
parted friends,
with the tradi-
tional Memor-
ial- Prayers, re-
citation of
Kaddish and
Studying of
Mishnayos.

CHESVAN NOV.

10
Louis Bernstein 25
Benjamin B.
25 10
Gaum
Hyman Holtzman 25 10
25
10
Jack Kunick
10
Morris Mossman 25
Coleman
25
10
Rottenberg
,Rebecca'Sklar
25
10
Sadie H.
10
Spevakow
25
Kunie
11
Abramowitz 26
26
11
Chana Baxter
11
Anna Butcovsky 26
11
Fannie Carnick 26
11
Bessie Gordon 26
Jacob Kale
26
11
Bella
Rosenbaum
26
11
Lewis Ross
26
11
Maxine F. Zack 26
11
Ethel Baxter
27
12
Herman J. Fishet 27
12
Jeanette
Kabaker
27
12
Margaret Katz 27
12
Ephriam Lazarus 27
12
Aaron Simons
27
12
Bertha,M. Weiss 27
12
Rose Weiner
27
12
Meyer Beckman 28
13
Helen Brand
28
13
ic.ving Dworkin 28
13
Max Fleischer
28
13;

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The Family of the Late

HELEN EVELYN
SILVER

Announces the unveil-
ing of a monument in
her memory 2 p.m.
Sunday, Nova 10, at
Machpelah Cemetery.
Rabbis Leizer Levin,
Samu el Prero and
Shaiall Zachariash will
officiate. Relatives and
friends are asked to
attend.

In Memory of

JACK EHRLICH

EVELYN DIANE
SWARTZ

One year has passed since you left us so
suddenly. Although time has not eased our
pain and loneliness, our love and memories
of you are forever. You have at last seen
'Jamie and held him in your arms. Sadly
missed and needed by your wife, Ida; son,
Michael; daughter, Phyllis; and grandchild-
ren.

who _passed away Nov.
6, 196-9, is sadly missed
and always remem-
bered by husband,
Larry and daughter,
Barbara.

In Loving Memory of

Who passed away Nov. 17, 1968. Sadly

The
HEBREW BENEVOLENT
SOCIETY
(Chesed Shel Emes)
remembers their departed
board members w hose
Yorzeit is observed in the
month of Cheshvan

missed, but always will be remembered in
our Heart. Yahrzeit will be observed Sunday,

JACOB ARBIT
23rd of Cheshvan
November 8th

MAXINE F. ZACK

November 10, 1974, 26th day of Heshvan.

.

Samuel B. Posner 1
Karl Hagoda
1
Feiga Yampolsky 1
Arthur Benjamin 2

MONO. MENT " CENTER, INC.

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Shirley Deviin
Freda Elstein
Nathan Fridson
Sadie Gelfund

1

2
2
2

2
Harry M. Gruber 2

Benjamin D.
Krugel
Elias Shier
John E. Siegel
Minnie Tilchin

JO 4-5551,

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Sidney A. Deitch
DETROIT
MONUMENT WORKS

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Yeshivoth Beth
Yehudah

15751 W. Lincoln Dr.
Southfield
Phone 557-6750

14441 W. 11 Mile Rd.

Gardner, betw. Coolidge & Greenfield

399-2711. Eve. 626-0330

ra. Kaufman Chapel, Inc.

18325 W. 9 MILE RD.; SOUTHFIELD

Glicka Grunbatim 1
Ben Hochman
1
Morris Kaplan
1

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NATHAN
BRIGHTMAN
24th of Cheshvan
November 9th

.

28

28
28
28
Bessie R. Sirota 28
Sam Baidell
29
Ethel Bronstein 29
Louis Gottlieb
29
Rose Kartun
29
Harris Kosofsky 29
Joseph H. Kunin 29
Lena Scott
29
Sosia Shiffman 29
Peter
Weisswasser 29
KISLEV
Ann Goldberg
I
Isidore Goldman 1
Harry
Ehrenfreund
1
Jacob Fish
1
Anna Goldberg
1
.Arthur A. Gould 1

I S A-D 0 R E ZACKS died
Nov. 5. Survived by his wife,
Fanny; a son,- Norman; a
daughter, Mrs. S e y m o u r
(Gloria) Collen; and eight
grandchildren.
* 0 0
MORRIS ZIFMAN, 25643
Greenfield, Southfield, died
Nov. 3. Survived by his wife,
Rose; three daughters, Mrs.
Harold (Ida) Sher, Mrs. Alex
(Mary) Greenblatt and Mrs.
Henry (Lillian) Channen; one
brother, eight grandchildren
and six great-grandchildren.

661 E. 8 MILE, FERNDALE
1 1/2 Blocks E. ac Woodward
6 Blks from 3 Jewish
Cemeteries on Woodward

IN MEMORIAM

Fannie

Friedman
Sol R.
Greenwald
Norma Heifman
Sol Lapinsky

0 * *

0

KATE NELKIN died Nov.
3. She leaves her husband,
Harry; a son, Leonard R.;
one sister and three grand-
children.

-

In Memory of Our Beloved

Worldwide Service

WE REMEMBER
71- 1ZIN 71 1M?

EUNICE RICE, 5067 Water-
gate, West Bloomfield, died
Nov. 1. Survived by a son,
David; a daughter, Mrs. Wit-
Liam (Ethel) Greenberg of
Denver; one brother and five
grandchildren.
*
LOU ROBBINS, former
Detroiter of Miami Beach,
died Nov. 5. He leaves his
wife, Shirley; two sons,
Danny Of Chicago and Je-:
rome; two daughters, Mrs.
Morton (Ilene) Silverman
and Mrs. Charles (Judith)
Verslype; brothers and _ sis-
ters; and 11 grtmdchijdren.
0 * *
EDWARD SCHWARTZ,
forme' t Detroiter of Miami,
died Nov. 5. He leaves his
mother, Mrs. Sam -(-Lillian)
Schwartz; a brother, Sidney;
and two sisters, Grace and
Rose, all of Detroit. Inter-
ment Detroit.

ROSE KAPLAN, 20300 La-
Crosse, Southfield, died Nov.
1. She leaves a son, David; a
daughter, Mrs. Shirley Rose;
two -brothers, one sister, five
grandchildren and two great-
grandchildren.
*
REBECCA KAR, 15615 Hil-
ton, Southfield, died Nov. 1.
Survived by two sons, Moshe
of Brooklyn and Abraham;
*
two brothers, five grandchil-
dren and three great-grand-
NELLIE SEMPLINER died
children.
Nov. 2. She leaves a son, My-
0
ron; four grandchildren and
MICHAEL LEWINSON, two great-grandchildren.
* 0 *
formerly of Flint now of San-
ta Barbara, Calif. died Oct.
HYMAN SELMAN died
30. He leaves two brothers, Oct. 30. He leaves a son,
Leonard of East Lansing and Frank; one brother, one sis-
George and a sister, Ruth. ter and two grandchildren.
Interment Detroit.
* 0 0
*
LOUIS J. SILVER, 15420
ARTHUR MARCUS, 18901 Northgate, Oak Park, died
Meyers, died Nov. 1. Sur- Nov.. 5. Survived by his wife,
vived by a sister, Mrs. Lil- Mollie; a son, William of
lian Toblieb; nieces and ne- Arcadia, Calif.; and six
phews.
grandchildren.

,JACOB
GOLDSTEIN

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

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, Nov. 8, 1974-55

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