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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Betty; a son, John W. Jr.; a
daughter, Nancy Sue; and
his mother, Mrs. Ada Mar-
tin.

OBITUARIES

ANNA E. APPLE, 13202

S. Norfolk, died Oct. 4. She
leaves two sons, Sam of St.
Paul, Minn., and Dr. Wil-
liam of Falls Church, Va., a
daughter, Mrs. Arthur
(Vivian) Libby, six grand-
children and seven great-
grandchildren.
* * *

ALFRED L. BEN-
KOFF, 24170 Westhamp-

ton, Oak Park, died Oct. 6.

He leaves his wife, Lillian; a
son, David; two daughters,
Mrs. Alton (Sema) Lazar
and Mrs. Eric (Renee) Si-
mon; his mother, Mrs. So-
phie Babbitt of Worcester,
Mass.; a brother, Bernard; a
sister, Mrs. William (Bea-
trice) Gross of Bellmore,
N.Y.; and four grandchil-
dren.

* * *
ROSE BRENNER died

nati, Ohio, died Oct. 2. Sur-
vived by a son, Harry of Hol-
lywood, Fla.; two daughters,
Mrs. Seymour (Pearl) Mor-
ton of Southfield and Mrs.
Robert (Sue) Blum of Santa
Barbara, Calif.; five grand-
children and 11 great-
grandchildren. Interment
Cincinnati.
* * *

MARLENE S. FLAGG

died Oct. 8. She leaves her
husband, Gerald; a son, Wil-
liam; two daughters, Diane
and Sarah; her parents, Dr.
and Mrs. Harry (Anne) Sher
of Pasadena, Fla.; one
brother and one sister. Serv-
ices 1 p.m. today at Temple
Kol Ami.

Oct. 3. She leaves a son,
Dennis; two daughters, Mrs.
Obituary Omission Sidney (Shirley) Seyburn
The obituary for Pfc. and Mrs. Abbott (Marilyn)
David Y. Mariani appearing Schlain; a sister, Mrs. Jack
in last week's Jewish News (Frances) Uhr of Brookline,
inadvertently omitted the Mass.; eight grandchildren
fact that he died in Ger- and one great-grandson.
* *
* * *
many and was buried in De-
ALEXANDER GOLD-
SELMA R. DAITCH,
troit.
former Detroiter of Sher- MAN died Oct. 7. He leaves
wife, Clara; a son, Dr.
Arthur Robbins, 67 man Oaks, Calif., and wife his
of the late Dr. Maurice L. Robert T.; a daughter, Mrs.
Arthur L. Robbins, presi- Daitch, died Sept. 29. Sur- Myron (Eleanor) Cohen of
dent of Industrial Lease- vived by a son, Randy; four West Hartford, Conn.; a
Back Corp. in Romulus, died sisters, Mrs. Philip (Shirley) brother, Arthur of Sydney,
Oct. 7 at age 67.
Robbins, Mrs. Duke (Rhoda) Australia; a sister, Mrs.
Born in Mt. Carmel, Pa., Kosslyn, Mrs. Thomas Anna Lax of Israel; and four
Mr. Robbins lived 57 years (Lois) Marquiessee and Mrs. grandchildren.
* * *
in Detroit. He was an attor- Michael (Eleanor) Grau-
ney and a builder of indus- man, all of California; and
SARAH GOREN, 23121
trial buildings. A graduate her father, Louis Rosenberg Beverly, Oak Park, died Oct.
of Wayne State University's of Los Angeles. Interment 8. Survived by her husband,
law school, Mr. Robbins was Los Angeles.
Abe; four daughters, Mrs.
for many years on the griev-
* * *
Iris Howard, Mrs. William
ance committee of the De-
JAKE FINER of Cincin- (Barbara) Fields of Wood-
troit Bar Association. He
was chief of the civil division
In Memory
of the Wayne County Prose-
of My Beloved Husband
cutor's Office from 1946 to
1950.
LOUIS I. SHAER
His memberships in-
cluded Pisgah Lodge of Bnai
Eleven years have passed since
Brith, Labor Zionist Alli-
you left me so suddenly. Time
ance Branch 6 and Tech-
has not eased my pain and loneli-
nion. He also was a member
ness. My love and memories of
of Cong. Shaarey Zedek. He
you are forever.
resided at 22601 Essex Way,
Sadly missed and
Southfield.
needed by your wife,
Mr. Robbins leaves his
Sylvia, and family.
wife, Mimi (Ida); two
daughters, Mrs. Stephen
(Alice) Jelin of Weston,
Mass., and Mrs. Lawrence
(Martha) Friedricks of New
York City, N.Y.: two broth-
ers, Dr. Edward and Albert,
both of Los Angeles, Calif.,
four sisters, Mrs. Alex
(Anne) Appel, Mrs. Barney
(Tessie) Chenetz and Mrs.
Bernard (Dorothy) Fried-
ceetmattd Lgsaaes
man, all of Los Angeles, and
Mrs. Edward (Lillian) Zell-
man; and three grandchil-
dren.

.

Titot.

Sand LAt• Sevin

DR. JOSEPH
SELTZER

In Their Lives, We Were
Blessed. In Their Death, We,
of the JEWISH NATIONAL
FUND, Stand Bereaved.
May the Blessings of Their
Memory Serve to Guide
and Strengthen Us.

The Family
of the Late

ALBERT GRODMAN

died Oct. 2. He leaves his
wife, Esther; a son, Harold;
two daughters, Mrs. Basil
(Shirley) Tilbin and Mrs.
Barry (Annette) Garon;
three brothers, Abraham of
California, Jacob and Na-
than of California, a sister,
Mrs. Ben (Fannie) Weider of
California; nine grandchil-
dren and one-great grand-
daughter.

* * *
ELLA GUTOV, 20906

Avon Ln., Southfield, died
Oct. 2. Survived by three
sons, Milton, Ralph and
Harry; two daughters, Mrs.
Raymond (Jennie) Werbe of
Massachusetts and Edith; a
brother, Louis Druckman;
seven grandchildren and
five great-grandchildren.
* * *

DOROTHY HASSEN,

2652 Warwick Dr., Bloom-
field Hills, died Oct. 7. She
leaves a daughter, Mrs. Al-
bert E. (Charlotte) Carlson;
and one granddaughter.
* * *
BEN ISAACS, former
Detroiter of Palm Springs,
Fla., died Oct. 3. He leaves
his wife, Ann; two sons, Jor-
dan of Muskegon and Dr.
Burton of Chicago; a daugh-
ter, Mrs. Rhoda Left of
Palm Springs; two brothers,
Charles and David of To-
ronto; two sisters, Mrs. Dor-
othy Greisdorf of Toronto
and Mrs. Shirley Kopit of
Palm Springs; and seven
grandchildren. Interment
Muskegon.
* * *

SAMUEL JACOBSON,

former Detroiter of Los
Angeles, Calif., died Oct. 3.
He leaves his wife, Bertha; a
daughter, Mrs. David (June)
Sallan of Los Angeles; two
brothers, Jack of Israel and
Nat of Los Angeles; three
sisters, Mrs. Maxfield
(Mollie) Mathis, Helen and
Ruth, all of Southfield, and
one grandson. Interment
Los Angeles.

*

*

MAX MANN, former

Detroiter of Bay Harbor,
Fla., died Oct. 7. he leaves
his wife, Maye; a daughter,
Mrs. Harry (Beverly) Nie-
miec of Chicago, Ill.; and
three grandchildren.
* *
MOLLIE MARKS, died
Oct. 2. She leaves a daugh-
ter, Mrs. Morton (Edna)
Barris; a brother, Mark Bar-
ris of Shaker Heights, Ohio;
two grandchildren and six
great-grandchildren.

* * *

JOHN MARTIN, 7905

BEN SLOF

Acknowledges with
grateful appreciation
the many kind expres-
sions of sympathy ex-
tended by relatives
and friends during the
family's recent be-
reavement.

land Hills, Calif., Elaine and
Sandra; four brothers, Mor-
ris Rosenbaum, Sam Rosen-
baum, Irving Rosenbaum of
Los Angeles and Zvi Rosen-
baum of Tel Aviv, Israel; a
sister, Mrs. Jack (Freda)
Bokner; and four grandchil-
dren. * * *

*

The Family
of the Late

Acknowledges with
grateful appreciation
the many kind expres-
sions of sympathy ex-
ended by retatives
and friends during the
family's recent be-
reavement.

Harding, Taylor, died Oct.
3. Survived by his wife,

18375 W. 9 MILE RD., SOUTHFIELD

dren and two great-grand-
children.

*

* *

NAOMI STRUB, 15700
Providence Dr., Southfield,
* * *
MEYER LOUIS PRIN- died Oct. 2. Survived by a
STEIN, 24773 Harden, son, Dr. Irwin H. of Lincoln-

wood, Ill.; a brother, Josepl-
Brandt; five sisters, Mrs
Freda Chauser of New Ha.
ven, Conn., Mrs. Leor
(Ethel) Perman of Chicago
Ill., Mrs. Joseph (Rose) Hon-
eyman, Mrs. Morritz (Lil-
lian) Schubiner and Mrs. Ju-
lius (Helen) Steinmetz; six
grandchildren and three
* * *
LOUIS ROSENBERG, great-grandchildren.
* * *
62 Glenwood, Battle Creek,
WILLIAM
ABRAHAM
died Oct. 7. Survived by a
son, Simon of Southfield; WOLK, 1456 Southfield,
five grandchildren and two Birmingham, died Oct. 4.
Survived by his wife, Mar-\
great-grandchildren.
tina; a son, Richard; two = .
* * *
daughters,
Linda Jane and
SARAH SACKS, 19100
Miriam Beth; a brother,
W. Seven Mile, died Oct. 4.
Survived by a daughter, Alexander; three sisters,
Mrs. Ettie Raphael; two sis- Mrs. Max (Nettie) Stewart
ters, Mrs. Katherine Wal- Docks, Mrs. (Sol) Beatrice
lace and Mrs. Ben (Freda) Docks and Mrs. (Larry) Vic-
Buttner; five grandchildren toria Davis.
* * *
and four great-grandchil-
LEIVIK YEZERSKY
dren.
died Oct. 8. He leaves his
* * *
RACHEL SADOL, 21641 wife, Mary; two daughters,
Parklawn, Oak Park, died Mrs. Bernard (Patricia)
Oct. 2. Survived by her hus- Halberg and Mrs. Alvin
band, David. Interment Is- (Laura) Slafkin; and four
grandchildren.
rael.
* * *

Southfield, died Oct. 9. He
leaves his wife, Fanny; two
sons, Jack and Allen; two
daughters, Mrs. Benjamin
(Sally) Kott and Mrs. David
(Evelyn) Levine; a brother,
Saja of Cuba; 10 grandchil-
dren and five great-grand-
children.

LEDA SAFFER, 29168
Jacquelyn, Livonia, died
Oct. 6. Survived by a son,
Marvin M.; a sister, Mrs.
Nathan (Fannie) Rouff; and
two grandchildren.
* * *

LEONARD R. SIL-
BERT, 14071 Rockland,

died Oct. 2. He leaves his
wife, Peggy; a daughter,
Mrs. Paul (Mary Lou) Hunt;
a stepson, George Brown of
Lansing; a stepdaughter,
Mrs. Donald (Judith) Olenik
of Brighton; and a sister,
Flora of New York.
* * *
29300
BEN SLOF,
Pointe-O-Woods Dr., South-
field, died Sept. 30. Survived
by his wife, Anna; a son,
Marvin; a sister, Mrs. Hy-
mie (Dora) Rosenzweigh of
New York; four grandchil-

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coming week
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Yahrzeits of the
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Studying of
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