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January 23, 1976 - Image 55

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-01-23

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OBITUARIES

LOUIS GLIEBERMAN,
Lazarus of St. Petersburg,
Fla., and Mrs. Rose Rafel of 15100 W. Ten Mile Rd., Oak
Miami, Fla.; and 10 grand- Park, died Jan„,16. Survived
by a son, Dr. Oscar; a
children.
* * *
daughter, Mrs. Ronald
ABRAHAM BRICKER, (Marian) Rich; a sister, Mrs.
19100 W. Seven Mile, died Jacob (Rose) Goodman; and
Jan. 17. Survived by his two grandchildren.
* * *
wife, Bertha; a son, Alex; a
JACK GOLDING, 25637
brother, Phil; a sister, Mrs.
Markman of Miami Greenfield, Southfield, died
CARDS OF THANKS Eva
Beach, Fla.; and one gra,nd- Jan. 21. Survived by his
wife, Florence; and two
The family of the late child.
* * *
daughters, Joyce and Lois;
Edward Oberfield ac-
knowledges with grateful
LILLIAN C. BUSCH, three brothers, Gordon of
appreciation the many kind formerly of Detroit and Lakewood, Calif., Ben of To-
expressions of sympathy Florida, of Los Angeles, ronto and Louis; three sis-
extended by relatives and Calif., died Jan. 15. She ters, Mrs. Harry (Dora) Ort-
friends during the family's leaves two sons, Marston H. giesen of Lakewood, Mrs.
,ent bereavement.
of East Lansing and Dr. Max (Betty) Richman of Los
Donald A. of Rockford, Ill.; Alimitos, Calif., and Mrs.
Frank (Edith) Budman of
The family of the late a daughter, Mrs. Joseph Lakewood. Services 10:30
(Shirley)
Kaplan
of
Beverly
Samuel Slakter acknowl
a.m. today at Hebrew Me-
edges with grateful appre- Hills, Calif.; two sisters, morial Chapel.
Mrs.
Violet
Shnider
of
Lan-
ciation the many kind ex-
* * *
pressions of sympathy sing and Mrs. Frieda Marks
MEYER HELFAND
extended by relatives and of Arizona; 11 grandchil-
friends during the family's dren and four great-grand- died Jan. 17. He leaves his
children. Interment Detroit. wife, Florence; a son, Her-
recent bereavement.
* * *
man; a brother, Larry; and
ESTHER BYER, 7061 two sisters, Mrs. Harold
The Family
W. Outer Dr., died Jan. 20. (Mildred) Zaft of Bay Har-
of the Late
Survived by a daughter, bor Island, Fla., and Mrs.
REBECCA
Mrs. Robert (Evelyn) Jack- Joseph (Esther) Lattin.
(RIVEL)
* * *
son; four grandchildren and
six great-grandchildren.
BERMAN
MARY
KOPPELMAN
* * *
died Jan. 19. She leaves a
Acknowledges with
IDA DICKMAN died son, Samuel; two daughters,
grateful appreciation
Jan. 19. She leaves three Frances and Mrs. Seymour
the many kind expres-
sons, Barnett, Harry and (Evelyn) Lowen; a brother,
sions of sympathy ex-
David; a daughter, Mrs. Sam Green; three sisters,
tended by relatives
Harry (Goldie) Berman of Mrs. Bertha Rosenberg,
and friends during the
Flint; six grandchildren and Mrs. Jack (Bessie) Levitt
family's recen4 be-
five great-grandchildren.
and Ann Green of New
reavement.
* * *
- York; four grandchildren
DOROTHY FUTOR,- and one great-grandson.
* * *
26040 Salem, Huntington
The Family
Woods, died Jan. 19. She
ABRAHAM
KRAVETZ,
of the Late
leaves a son, Norman J. of 25824 Lincoln Terrace Dr.,
Sarasota, Fla.; a daughter, Oak Park, died Jan. 15. Sur :-
BESSIE
Mrs. Ray S. (Mildred) vived by four sons, Rabbi
TUCKER
Berry; three grandchildren Mordecai Y. of Wickliffe,
Acknowledges with
and one great-grandchild. Ohio, Rabbi Jacob of Lake-
grateful appreciation
Interment Oklahoma City, wood, N.J., Moshe of Israel
the many kind expres-
Okla.
and Yeruchom F. of Wick-
* * *
sions of sympathy ex-
liffe; three daughters, Mrs.
tended by relatives
ELLA GARVIN, 8787 _Sarya (Margalit) Abramson
and friends during the
Riverside Dr., Windsor,
family's recent be-
died Jan. 16. She leaves her
In loving memory of
reavement.
husband, Albert; a son, Ar-
our
beloved father,
nold; a brother, Robert
and
grandfather
Slutzky of N. Miami Beach,
great-grandfather
Fla.; three sisters, Mrs. Wil-
The Family
PHILIP
liam (Pauline) Kadushin,
of the Late
Mrs. Edna Lasser of Cali-
ROSENBERG
fornia, and Mrs. Lillian
FRANCES
Who passed away Jan.
Skolnick of Miami Beach,
20, 1971. Sadly missed
WEINBERGER
Fla.; and three grandchil-
but left us with loving
Acknowledges with
dren.
memories we will
grateful appreciation
* * *
never forget. His lov-
the many kind expres-
MAURICE GITTER
ing children Rose and
sions of sympathy ex-
died Jan. 19. Survived by his
Mitchell, Ann and
tended by relatives
wife, Esther Pearl; and a
Max, and Esther and
and friends during the
sister, Mrs. Sarah Rosen-
Dave.
family's recent be-
thal of the Bronx, N.Y.
reavement.
a

HELEN ALTMAN died
Jan. 20. She leaves a son,
Lawrence; two daughters,
Mrs. Donald (Betty) Wag-
man of Bethesda, Md., and
Mrs. Balfour (Nora) Peis-
ner; three sisters, Mrs. So-
phie Greenberg of New
York, Mrs. Louis (Nettie)

The Family Of

MARVIN S.
LICHTENSTEIN

Would like to take this opportunity to express
our sincere appreciation to our relatives and many
friends and Cong. Shaarey Zedek (teachers, staff
and members) who understood our loss and shared
our sorrow. Our heartfelt gratitude to everyone
who so generously contributed to the Marvin S.
Lichtenstein Scholarship Fund at Cong. Shaarey
Zedek and various other charities in his memory.

Those who loved him lost so much at his passing,
yet gained so much for his living. May his memory
always be a comfort to us all. He is gone, but never
to be forgotten.

In Loving Memory Of
Our Beloved
Husband, Father and
Zayde

MORRIS
TAROCKOFF

Who passed away
Jan. 27, 1975, 16 days
in Shevat. With silent
thought and deep re-
gret, loving memories
we will never forget.
We who have loved
you will treasure your
memory forever.
Sadly missed by wife,
Hannah; children,
William, Leonard,
Bernice, Melvin and
Norman; grandchil-
dren and great-grand-
children.

of Israel, Mrs. Mayer
(Bluma) Epstein of Lake-
wood and Chasia; a sister,
Mrs. Miriam Kipnis of Is-
rael; and 10 grandchildren.
Interment Jerusalem.
* * *
JEANNETTE MANN,
29515 Highmeadow, Farm-
ington Hills, died Jan. 22.
She leaves her husband,
Douglas; a son, Scott; two
daughters, Linda and An-
drea; two brothers, Victor
Kushner of Sherman Oaks,
Calif., and Sheldon Kushner
of Cincinnati. Services 3:30
p.m. today at Ira Kaufman
Chapel.

*

* *

VICTOR M. NEUMAN,
former Detroiter of Ft. Lau-
derdale, Fla., died Jan. 8.
Survived by his wife,
Jeanne; a son, Herman of
Cleveland; a daughter,
Shelly of San Francisco,
Calif.; brothers and two sis-
ters. Interment Ft. Lauder-
dale.

*

*

*

FLORENCE DORO-
THY RABEN,
12682
Grandmont, died Jan. 21.
Survived by her husband,
Ben; a son, Paul of Ft. Lau-
derdale; a daughter, Phyllis;
her mother, Mrs. Sarah
Davis of Mount Clemens;
three brothers, William
Davis of Boca Raton, Fla.,
Louis Davis of Mount Cle-

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LILLY SELL, 18340 Na-
dol, Southfield, died Jan. 21.
She leaves a son, Maurice;
two daughters, Mrs. Louis
(Selma) Brown and Mrs.
Ben (Charlotte) Schiff of
Flint; six grandchildren and
10 great-grandchildren.
* * *
Services 1:30 p.m. today at
JACK (JACOB) ROB- Ira Kaufman Chapel.
* * *
ERTS died Jan. 21. He
leaves his wife, Marion; a
SYD F. STRIFLING,
son, Lloyd of Orrville, Ohio; former Detroiter of Los
a daughter, Mrs. Nathan Angeles, Calif., died Jan. 15.
(Nancy) Goldberg; two She leaves a sister, Mrs. J.
brothers, Jules Romanoff Kelly (Lillian) Kaufman of
and Sam Romanoff, both of Muskegon. Interment De-
Chicago; two sisters, Mrs. troit.
* * *
George (Rose) Steingard
and Mrs. Louis (Sophie)
DONALD WEISEN-
Zimmerman, both of Chi- BURG, 1215 Crooks, Royal
cago; and two grandchil- Oak, died Jan. 16. He leaves
dren.
his wife, Rosalind; two step-
* * *
sons, David Helfman and
LILLIAN ROBINSON Jerrold Helfman; his
died Jan. 19. She leaves two mother, Mrs. Emma Wei-
daughters, Mrs. Sidney senburg; a sister, Mrs.
(Doris) Dworkin of. Hudson, Harry (Arlene) Federoff;
Ohio, and Mrs. Julius (Joan) and two grandchildren.
Tapper; and five grandchil-
dren.
* * *
EUGENE ROER of
Woodside, N.Y., died Jan.
During the
11. Survived by his wife,
coming w e e k
Charlotte; a son, Harry E.
Yeshivoth Beth
of Farmington Hills; two
Yehudah 'will
daughters, Mrs. Marvin
observe the
(Ursula) Iskols of Freeport,
Yahrzeits of the
N.Y., and Mrs. Edmund
following d e-
(Ellen) Wachenheimer of
parted friends,
Poughkeepsie, N.Y.; two sis-
with the tradi-
ters in Israel; and seven
tional Memor-
grandchildren. Interment
ial .Prayers, re-
New York.
citation of

mens and Harry Davis of
Akron, Ohio; three sisters,
Mrs. Alfred (Betty) Meyers,
Mrs. Irwin (Ada) Eisenfeld
of Mount Clemens and Mrs.
Nat (Elaine) Warshaw of
Miami Beach, Fla.

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