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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-10-29

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

OBITUARIES

Reuben Cottler, Co-Owner
of Dexter-Davison Market

Reuben Cottler, who
was associated with his
father, Norman Cottler,
in the operation of the
Dexter-Davison Market,
died Monday at age 55
after a prolonged illness.
Funeral services were
held Tuesday at the Heb-
rew Memorial Chapel.
Mr. Cottler shared many
of his father's interests in
the Labor Zionist move-
ment, in Histadrut and the
Faband. A native Detroi-
ter, Mr. Cottler was a vete-
ran of World War II. He
resided at 22920 Bellwood
Dr. N., Southfield.
He is survived by his
wife, Madelyn; two sons,

REUBEN COITLER

Steven and David; his
father, Norman; and a
sister, Mrs. Bernard (Syl-
via) Cohen.

Local Attorney David S. Levi,
Active in Cong. Shaarey Zedek

DaYid Shloma Levi, a
Detroit attorney, died
Oct. 24 at age 72.
A member of Cong.
Shaarey Zedek and Men's
ORT, Mr. Levi was known
for his religious devo-
tions. He was seldom ab-
sent from a Sabbath ser-
vice at Shaarey Zedek
and was a strong adhe-
rent and supporter of
traditional causes. He re-
sided at 10075 Lincoln,
Huntington Woods.
He is survived by his
wife, Arlyle Ruth; two
sons, Joel and Paul; four

Louis J. Cohen, 65

Louis J. Cohen, retired
regional sales manager of
the Frank Spice Co., died
Oct. 27 at age 65..
Born in Russia, Mr.
Cohen retired five years
ago. He was an attorney
in Detroit and Flint from
1931 to 1945. He was
graduated from the De-
troit College of Law in
1930.
Mr. Cohen was presi-
dent of his AZA chapter of
Bnai Brith in 1928 and
1929, a charter member
and former secretary of
Tikvah Lodge of Bnai
Brith, a member of Flint
Elks Club, Perfection
Lodge of the Masons,
Crescent Shrine Club and
associate chairman of the
food division of the Allied
Jewish Campaign in the
late 1950s. He resided at
16211 W. Nine-Mile, South-
field.
He leaves his wife,
Betty; two sons, Perry
and Ronald of Columbus,
Ohio; a daughter, Mrs.
c (Diane) Grainer of
s Church, Va.; his
mother, Mrs. Harry
(Becky) Cohen; a brother,
Abe; two sisters, Mrs.
Fred (Bertha) Weinstein
and Mrs. Arthur (Sylvia)
Feldman of Mt. Clemens;
and four grandchildren.

O

In Loving Memory
Of Our Beloved

LESLEY

Who passed away
three long years ago
and is always in our
hearts. Mother, Dad
and Sisters.

brothers, -Abbe A., Rabbi
Eliezer of Opa Locka,
Fla., Rabbi Gershon of
Jerusalem and Donald of
Windsor; five sisters,
Mrs. Mattie Rothenberg
and Mrs. Sara Godfrey,
both of Toronto; Mrs. Re-
becca Brown, Mrs. Leah
Weisenfeld and Mrs. De-
borah Maxon; and two
grandchildren.

Sam Leib, 72

Sam Leib, a musician
and agent for the Inter-
nal Revenue Service for
25 years, died Oct. 25 at
age 72 in Hallandale, Fla.
Born in Russia, Mr.
Leib lived most of his life
in Detroit, prior to retir-
ing to Florida five years
ago. The son of a Toledo
cantor, Mr. Leib was well
known in music circles in
Detroit and was a
member of the Detroit
Federation of Musicians.
He was a member of Tem-
ple Israel.
He is survived by his
wife, Jeanette; a son, Dr.
Alden; a daughter, Mrs.
Robert (Barbara) Zelvin
of Skokie, Ill.; a brother,
Max; a sister, Mrs. Sidney
(Betty) Rayman of Los
Angeles, Calif.; and four
grandchildren. Inter-
ment Detroit.

Clara Sherizen, 73

Clara Sherizen, an ac-
tive member of Jewish
communal organizations,
died Oct. 22 at age 73.
Born in Austria, Mrs.
Sherizen lived 55 years in
Detroit. She was the
founder and a past presi-
dent of the Northgate
Chapter of Pioneer Wo-
men, a life member of
Women of Jewish Na-
tional Fund and a
member of the Odessa
Progressive Society. She
resided at 25477 Lincoln
Terrace Dr., Oak Park.
She is survived by a
son, Paul; a daughter,
Mrs. William (Elaine)
Kadashaw; two brothers,
Frank Goodman and
Isaac Goodman; a sister,
Mrs. Morris (Ida) Love;
seven grandchildren and
two great-grandchildren.

Friday, October 29, 1976 71

(MOE)
MAURICE
BERK, 67, 21680 Clover-
lawn, Oak Park, died Oct.
23. He leaves his wife,
Ruth; two sons, Sheldon
and Jeffrey; two
daughters, Mrs. Phillip
(Sandra) Rosen and Mrs.
Seymour (Carol) Fryman
of Coral Gables, Fla.; one
brother, two sisters and
seven grandchildren.
* * *
JACK BROOKS, 67,
died Oct. 27. He leaves his
wife, Jean; a son, Louis; a
daughter, Mrs.. Martin
(Florence) Koby; three
brothers, George Brook-
enthal, Alfred (Brooks)
and Lee (Brooks) of
Granada Hills, Calif.; four
sisters, Mrs. Louis
(Pauline) Hammerstein,
Mrs. Esther Roth, Mrs.
Sidney (Eva) Freed and
Mrs. Harry (Frances) Mil-
ler of Lauderdale Lakes,
Fla.; and six grandchil-
dren. Services 11:30 a.m.
today at Ira Kaufman
Chapel. * * *

SOPHIE DAVIS, 78,
26715 Greenfield, South-
field, died Oct. 24. Sur-
vived by a son, William; a
sister, Mrs. Frieda Hecht
and five grandchildren.
* * *
BELA EISLER, 74,
former Detroiter of Los
Angeles, Calif., died Oct.
17. Survived by his wife,
Julia; a son, George of Los
Angeles; two brothers,
Milton and Albin, both of
Detroit; two sisters, Mrs.
Rose Zuflacht of Miami
Beach, Fla., and Mrs.
Irma Hartman of Detroit;
and two granddaughters.
Interment Los Angeles.

BENJAMIN COHEN,
56, 14161 Balfour, Oak
Park, died Oct. 25. He
leaves his wife, Hilda; two
sons, Alan G. of Manhat-
tan Beach, Calif., and
Robert L.; and a brother,
Louis.
* * *
MINNIE COHEN, 72,
died Oct. 27. She leaves a
son, Harold Carlin of
Lake Orion; a daughter,
Mrs. Frank B. (Rosalind)
White; two sisters, Mrs.
Adolph (Celia) Edelheit
and Mrs. Louis (Sylvia)
Feldman; eight grand-
children and one great-
grandson. Interment
Lehigh Acres, Fla.

JULIE HEIM, 83, 15655
Golfview, Livonia, died
Oct 25. Survived by a
daughter, Mrs. Dagobert
(Ruth) Gable; one grand-
child and one great-
grandchild.
* * *

Maurice Seligman

Maurice Seligman, a
retired meat industry
executive, died Oct. 25 at
age 91.
Born in Lithuania, Mr.
Seligman was vice presi-
dent of the meat division
of Food Fair markets
(now Farmer Jack-
Borman Foods) at his re-
tirement in 1957.
He was a member and
former secretary of Cong.
Shaarey Zedek and a past
president of its men's
club. He was a former
supervisor of the midwest
division of the A & P Co.'s
meat division, a past
president of the Jewish
Community Center Re-
tired Businessmen's Club
and a national officer of
the Men's Clubs of
America.

He leaves his wife,
Clara; a son, Henry; three
daughters, Mrs.
Raymond (Lillian) Smith,
Mrs. Max (Dorothy)
Schubiner and Mrs. Alex
(Sara) Wilenkin; two sis-
ters in Toledo; six grand-
children and four great-
grandchildren.

*

*

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PAUL FEIG, 94, 26051
Lahser, Southfield, died
Oct. 26. Survived by a son,
Leon; two daughters,
Mrs. Sam (Helen) Leeds
and Mrs. Norvell (Goldie)
Atler; a brother, Jacob;
six grandchildrn and two
great-grandchildren.

*

* *

Mrs. Herbert (Barbara)
Cohen of Rye, N.Y., a sis-
ter, Miss Fannie Gold-
stein; and eight
grangchildren. Inter-
ment New York.
* * *
SAM ROSENBERG, 70,
died Oct. 24. He leaves his
wife, Esther; two
daughters, Mrs. Robert
(Lynda) Koby and Mrs.
Dennis (Bonnie) Richter
of St. Louis, Mo., a
brother, Abe; a sister,
Mrs. Daniel (Rose) Shap-
iro; and two grandchil-
dren.
* * *
ISADORE SLOBO-
DOW, 75, former Detroi-
ter of Tampa, Fla., died
Oct. 24. He leaves his wife,
Rose; two daughters,
Mrs. Irwin (Ruth)
Nathanson and Mrs.
Maxwell (Lillian) Lenhoff
of Tampa, Fla.; one
brother, two sisters, six
grandchildren and three
great-grandchildren. In-
terment Detroit.

*

ANN (LANDGARDEN)
LARRY, 69, former De-
troiter of Toronto, died
Oct. 24. Survived by a son,
Robert of Toronto; three
brothers, Louis, Nathan
of California and Max;
and two sisters, Mrs.
Howard (Marian)
Guttman and Mrs. Mar-
tin (Sylvia) Messer.
* * *
MATTHEW (MAC) LIP-
SON, 73, former Detroiter
of Los Angeles, Calif.,
died Oct. 18. Survived by
his wife, Rose; four
brothers, Sam, Irving,
Joseph and Mickey, all of
Detroit; and two sisters.
* * *

* *

KATHERINE STAN-
KOV, 67, 21940 Eastwood,
Oak Park, died Oct. 27.

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Sui.vived by a sister, Mrs.
Lillian Schreier, and
nephews and nieces.
* * *

ter of Santa Monica,
Calif., died Oct. 20. Sur-
vived by three sons,
Stuart, Eduard and
Brian, all of Santa
Monica; a daughter,
Cheri of Santa Monica;
his mother, Mrs. Florence
Paul of Oak Park; a
brother, Alvin of Oak
Park; two sisters, Mrs.
Joseph (Lois) Rich of Oak
Park and Mrs. John (Jac-
queline) McNamee of
Santa Monica. Interment
Santa Monica.
* * *
SAMUEL PENNET, 83,
died Oct. 13. He leaves a
son, David of California,
two daughters, Mrs.
Bruce (Joan) Krieger and

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her husband, Dr.
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A. of Pomona, Calif.; two
daughters, Mrs. - Jay
(Joanne) Brodsky of De-
catur, Ill.; and Mrs. Mur-
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Ziegler; and five grand-
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3275 Quarton, Birming-
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grandchildren and one
great-granddaughter.
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MINNIE SZASMAN, 47,
21940 Blackstone, Oak
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Mrs. Pearl Feigelman;
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