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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-10-08

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THE. DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Max Pearlman, 89, Former Detroiter

Max Pearlman, former
treasurer of Cong. Bnai
Israel-Beth Yehudah,
died Oct. 1 at age 89.
A former Detroiter, Mr.
Pearlman was making
his home in Los Angeles
at the time of his death.
He is survived by three
sons, Jacob of Southfield;
Ralph of Encino, Calif.
and Erwin of Woodland
Hills, Calif.; three
daughters, Mrs. Mark
(Sarah) Meckler of Los
Angeles, Mrs. Rubin

In Living Memory
of Our Beloved Hus-
11,
band,
ather, Grandfather
and Brother

ALVIN
BIEDERMAN

Who passed away
Oct. 9, 1975 (4
Heshvan). Sadly mis-
sed and forever in our
hearts. Annabelle and
Barry Biederman,
Frank and Elaine
Roth, Jeffrey, Eric
. and Nicole.

The Family
of the Late

BENJAMIN
GARFIELD

Announces the un-
veiling of a monument
in his memory 1 p.m.
Sunday, Oct. 24, at
Hebrew Memorial
Park. Rabbi
Rosenzweig will of-
ficiate. Relatives and -
friends are asked to
attend.

The Family-
of the Late

JULIUS
MAZE LL

(Rae) Schaffer of Van
Nuys, Calif., and Mrs.
Richard (Ricky) Serlin of
Van Nuys; 22 grandchil-
dren and six great-
grandchildren. Inter-
ment Los Angeles.

W. Zeckendorf,
Noted Developer
NEW YORK — W illiam

.Zeckendorf, the flam-
boyant real estate de-
veloper who put together
the site for the United
Nations headquarters
and transformed scores of
ailing properties into pro-
fitable assets before his
business suffered a spec-
tacular bankruptcy, died
Sept. 30 at age 71.
Mr. Zeckendorf was the
force behind Webb and
Knapp's dealings for 27
years. The company in-
itiated such landmark
developments as Kips
Bay Plaza in New York,
Place Ville-Marie in
Montreal, Society Hill in
Philadelphia, L'Efant
Plaza in Washington,
-Mile High City in Denver
and Century City in Los
Angeles.

A man who is constantly
learning, but does not teach,
is like a myrtle in the wil-
derness — no one derives
any benefit from him.
—The Talmud

LOUISE BORDELOVE

Acknowledges with grateful ap-
preciation the many kind expressions
of sympathy extended by relatives
and friends during the family's recent
bereavement.

In Loving
Memory Of

LOUIS I.
SHAER

Who passed away Oct. 13,
1964. I do not need a special
day to bring you to my mind.
The day I do not think of you
is very hard to find. Always
in my thoughts and prayers,
your loving wife, Sylvia; and
family.

The Family
of the Late

LAZER
SHAPIRO

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

The Family-
of the Late

LIL
BLOOM

Acknowledges with
grateful appreciation
the many kind expres-
sions of sympathy ex-
tended by relatives
and friends and a spe-
cial thanks to our
daughter Cookie's
friends for their love
and devotion during
the family's recent be-
reavement.

OBITUARIES

BETTY COTTLER, 83,. Glasman of Chicago and
19100 W. Seven Mile, died Joseph Rush of
Oct. 4. Survived by three Scottsdale, Ariz.; Ahree
daughters, Mrs. William daughters, Mrs. Hans
(Pearl) Schmidt of West (Rose) Roland, Mrs.
Orange, N.Y., Mrs. Wil- Theodore (Bett•) Ross of
liam (Edith) Gross - of Skokie and Mrs. Louis
Havertown, Pa., and Mrs. (Anne) Braverman of
Helmut (Miriam) North Miami Beach, Fla.;
Holland-Moritz; a sister, and 10 grandchildren.
Mrs. Celia Feldman of
- JEROME GRAEF, 46,
Chicago, Ill.; nine grand- 24120 Marlow, Oak Park,
children and two great- died Oct. 5. Survived by
grandchildren.
his wife, Esther; two sons,
* * *
Howard and David; and a
RUTH E. DAVIS, 25681 daughter, Denise.
* * *
Briar Dr., Oak Park, died
Sept. 30. She leaves a
NUSYN INOWLOCKI,
brother, Kenneth _79, 19332 Winthrop, - died
Schwartz of New York Sept. 30. Survived by his
City, N.Y.; and two sis- wife, Mina; and two
ters, Mrs. Helen Lavent-
daughters, Cecile and
hal and Mrs. Gustave
Paula. * * *
(Marjorie) Ordover of
JACOB KOGAN, 86,
Great Neck, N.Y.
15075 W. Lincoln, Oak
* * *
Park, died Oct. 1. - Sur-
- HARRY FEINSTEIN,
vived by two sons, Milton
82, former Detroiter of
an d Sidney; two
North Miami Beach, Fla.,
daughters, Mrs. Joseph
died Oct. 5. He leaves
(Ceil) Aaronson of San
three sisters, Mrs. George
Carlos, Calif., and Mrs.
(Suzan) Reich of North
Michael (Bernice) Gale of
Miami Beach, Mrs. Wil-
ham (Tillie) Jablonsky
TO SOMEONE VERY
and Mrs. Jacob (Erna)
DEAR WHO HAS
Schwalb; Services 9:30
PASSED AWAY BUT
a.m. today at Ira Kauf-
WILL LIVE IN OUR
man Chapel. Interment
HEARTS ALWAYS
Detroit.
* * *
ALVIN BENKOFF
LOUIS GLASMAN, 89,
The moon and stars are
former Detroiter of
shining, on a lone
Skokie, Ill.,' died Oct. 6.
and silent grave;
Survived by his wife,
Beneath Ices one we
Sarah; two sons, Charles

The Family of the Late

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

Friday, October 8, 1976 47

Jn flitntortatn

The HEBREW BENEVOLENT
SOCIETY (Chesed Shel Emes) re-
members their departed board
members whose Yorzeit is observed
in the month of Tishri.
SAM SANDWEISS CELIA CITRIN

(Organizer &
First Pres.)
5th of Tishri
September 29th

(Pres. Chevra
Kadisha from
its inception)
20th of Tishri
October 14th

IDA SOLOMON

(Pres. Ladies Auxiliary from
its inception)
27th of Tishri
October 21st

dearly love, but
whom we could not
save.
This is your anniver-
sary, it ends the first
sad year;
It is beyond our think-
ing, why you left us
darling dear.
We wanted to comfort
you, we tried our
very best;
But our Lord made a
decision, Darling,
that you deserved a
rest.
When evening shad-
ows start falling,
and we sit quietly
alone;
To our hearts there
comes a longing, if
you could only come
home.
Friends may think we
have forgotten,
when at times they
see us smile;
Little do they know the
heartache, that our
smile hides all the
while.
Thank you Darling for
being a wonderful
Husband, Father,
Son, Brother and
Grandfather
Your Loving Family,

Wife, Lillian
Children, Sema, Renee
and David
Brother, Bernie
Sister, Beatrice
Mother, Sophie

Scarsdale, N.Y.; nine
grandchildren and six
great-grandchildren.
* * *
SHOSHANAH (GEL-
LER) LIFTON, 42, 4244
MacQueen, West Bloom-
field, died Oct. 3. She
leaves her husband,
Philip Lifton; and four
sons, Edward Katz,
Michael Lifton, Byron
Katz and Craig Lifton.
* * *
CELIA LUPILOFF, 83,
22150 Scotia; Oak Park,
died, Oct. 4. Survived by a
son, Samuel; a daughter.
Mrs. Max (Esther)
Kolovsky; four grand-
children and three
great-grandchildren.
*
*
SYLVIA * MERLISS,
former Detroiter of
Miami Beach, Fla., died
Oct. 6. She leaves a sister,
Mrs. Albert (Julia) Sum-
mers of Oak Park; nieces
and nephews.
* * *
IDA OFNER, 95, 26051
Lahser, Southfield, died
Oct. 3. Survived by a son,
Harry. * * *
HARRY RIBITWER, 66,
25044 Pierce, Southfield,
died Sept. 30. Survived by
his wife, Judyth; a son,
Mitchell; a daughter,
Mrs. Kenneth (Evelyn)
Sahn;' and a sister, Mrs.
Sasha Gevertz of Brazil.
* * *
ISEAR SANDELMAN,
42, died Sept. 30. He
leaves his wife, Birdie; a
son, Alfred; two
daughters, Mrs. Lawr-
ence (Miriam) Schwartz
and Mrs. Joseph (Phyllis)
Garlock; and seven
grandchildren.
* * *
:NAOMI TOBISMAN,
64, 24224 W. Seven Mile,
died Sept. 30. Survived by
a son, Charles E.; a

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Yeshivath Beth
Y e h uda will
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observe the
Yahrzeits of the
following d s-
ported friends,
with the tradi-
tional Memor-
ial •Prayers, re-
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Kaddish and
Studying of
Mishnayos.

DAVID M. EDELMAN
MORRIS GOLDBERG
DORA ROSEN_
LAELA M. SAULSON
MORRIS SILVERSTEIN
ESTHER R. SMITH
MAX ZELICKSON
ROSE JEREMIAS
MINNIE KIDECKEL
WILLIAM SOLOMON
LILLY Z. STEIN
STANLEY BRAWER
SADIE ETTINGER
JACK FRANKS
SAMUEL GRANITE
WILLIAM M. ISENBERG
SAMUEL KIEF
SOL KWARTOWITZ
ABRAHAM S. LIPSON
PHILIP ROBINSON
SAM WEINTRAUB
ROBERT JONAS
ETTA JOSSELSON
IDA KATZMAN
HARRY LEVIN
BELLA RAIM
ISADORE ROLNITEKY
ISADORE BERKOWITZ
SONYA SALEM
SOL STEIN
SAM BIELEWITCH
HARRY A. DAVIDSON
ADOLPH GOLDMAN
CHARLES RUBEL
HARRY WEXLER
MEYER BEIGLER
LEAH BUDNICK
HARRY JAFFIN
PEARL KIND
SARAH LEVIN
MORTIMER J. LISS
MORRIS SAHAM
ROSE SCHWARTZ
MICHAEL BEMIS
LOUIS J. COHEN
YETTA GOICHER
GOLDIE MENDELLSOHN
ABRAHAM OAKMAN

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* * *
ARTHUR 0. WEISS, 66,
died Oct. 3. He leaves his
wife, Ida; a daughter,
Sheila; and three sisters,
Mrs. William (Minnie)
Cohen, Mrs. Adolph
(Celia) Edelheit and Mrs.
Louis (Sylvia) Feldman.
* * *
HARRY WOLK, 84,
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