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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-11-19

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Lester S. Smith

Joseph Davidson

Joseph M. Davidson,
former owner of Metals
Trading and Refining Co.,
died Nov. 12 at age 81.
Born in Russia, Mr.
Davidson was formerly
employed with Active
Metal Co. Federated
Metal Divisions'
'
of
America and Smelting
Refining Co. He was co-
founder of the Con-
sumer's Metal Corp., and
was a member of the De-
troit Metal Dealers As-
sociation.
He was a member of the
National Association of
RecyC ng Industries, In-
dustrits, Cong. Beth
Achim, Hebrew Benov-
lent Society and Pisgah
Lodge of Bnai Brith. He
resided at 25549 Green-
field, Southfield.
He is survived by his
wife, Bessie; a son,
Donald G.; three
daughters, Ms. Shirley
Davidson, Mrs. Samuel
(Bernice) Glossman and
Mrs. Ronald (Tobye) Kaye
of Palo Alto, Calif.; a
brother, Samuel Lazeb-
nik of Tucson, Ariz.; a sis-
Joseph Susskind,
ter, Mrs. Esther Kert; 14
Detroiter's Kin
grandchildren and four
Joseph
Susskind, great-grandchildren.
father-in-law of Rabbi
James I. Gordon, spiritual Sam Rosenberg
leader of Young Israel of
Sam Rosenberg, a re-
Oak-Woods, died Nov. 15. tired clothing industry
He is survived by his executive, died Nov. 17 at
wife, Rose; two sons, age 79.
Ralph of New York and
Born in Russia, Mr.
Rabbi David of St. Rosenberg lived 60 years
Petersburg, Fla.; four in Detroit. He was a
daughters, Mrs. James I. member of Craftsman
(Malka) Gordon of Oak Lodge of the Masons,
Park, Dr. Dorothy and Cong. Bnai David and De-
Mrs. Martin Weinstein, troit Consistory of
both of New York, and Moslem Temple. He also
Mrs. Herbert M. Ziff of was past president of
Elmira, N.Y.; 12 grand- Pinsker Progressive aid
children and one great- society (10 terms) and its
grandchild. Interment former treasurer. He was
New York.
a past president of Cong.
Bnai Jacob. He resided at
16300 North Park Dr.,
Isaac Malach, 82
Southfield.
Isaac Malach, a retired
Mr. Rosenberg leaves
jeweler, died Nov. 17 at his wife, Pauline; a son,
age 82.
Henry; and a daughter,
Born in Poland, Mr. Mrs. Philip (Belle) Gol-
Malach lived 51 years in denberg. Services noon
Detroit. He was a member today at Ira Kaufman
of Marshall Lodge of Bnai Chapel.
Brith. He resided at 14110
Balfour, Oak Park.
Hebron Pogrom
He leaves his wife,
Hurts
Harmony
Getta; a son, Cecil C.. four
'
daughters, Mrs. Charles
TEL AVIV (ZINS ) —
(Dorothy) Wender, Mrs. The Arab pogrom in the
Harry R. (Shirley) Boc- Cave of Machpelah, is
koff, Mrs. Solomon evidence that the im-
(Frances) Levine and plementation of a possi-
Mrs. Patrick (Rose) Sex- ble peaceful co-existence
ton; and nine grandchil- between Jews and Arabs
dren.
in a "Complete Israel" is
not more than a mislead-
CARDS OF THANKS
ing illusion, writes
2:,The family of the late Ha'aretz.
.;:lron
Rochelle Green-
,
wald acknowledges with
Beloved Sister
grateful appreciation the
many kind expressions of
sympathy extended by re-
ETHEL
latives and friends during
MENDELSON
the family's recent be-
reavement.
A sad five years of
missing you but lov-
The Family
ingly remembered.
of the Late
Betty and Sim Harri-
HOWARD
son.

Lester S. Smith, an at-
torney with offices in the
Fisher Building, died
Nov. 16 at age 70.
Born in Grand Rapids,
Mr. Smith was a senior
partner in his law firm.
He was graduated from
Grand Rapids Central
High School, the Univer-
sity of Michigan and its
law school (1930).
He was an officer and
director of Hughes and
Hatcher, Inc. and a di-
rector of Allied
' Products
qorp. He was a member of
'ample Beth El, the Re-
-ess Club, Standard City
Club and was a past pres-
ident of Franklin Hills
Country Club.
Mr. Smith leaves his
wife, Esther; a son,
Richard of Elk Rapids;
two daughters, Mrs. John
(Suzanne) Hopp, Jr., and.
Mrs. Jerome (Nancy)
Hirsch; a sister, Mrs.
Jerome (Evelyn) Lipsner
of E. Grand Rapids; and
seven grandchildren.

OBITUARIES

SOL BLEIFELD, 79,
died Nov. 12. He leaves
his wife, Molly; a son, Lee
of Ft. Wayne, Ind.; a
daughter, Mrs. Irving
(Ruth) Cohen; and four
grandchildren.
*
* *
ERMA BRAVERMAN,
53, died Nov. 12. She
leaves her husband, Sam;
a son, Dr. David E. of
Coralville, Iowa; a daugh-
ter, Mrs. Sheldon (Bar-
bara) Larky; a brother,
Milton Posner; a sister,
Mrs. Albert (Shirlee)
Grazian of Scottsdale,
Ariz.; and three grand-
children.
* * *
GOLDIE CLINTON, 76,
died Nov. 12. She leaves
three sons, Fred, Ronald
of Phoenix, Ariz., and
David of Miami Springs,
Fla.; a brother, Harry
Ross; three sisters, Mrs.
Lillian Briggs of Lansing,
Mrs. Rose Kahl and Mrs.
Morris (Fannie) Golden;
nine grandchildren and
three great-
grandchildren.
*
*
*
JACK ABRAHAM ER-
MAN, 48, 21961
Ridgedale, Oak Park, died
Nov. 12. Survived by his
wife, Bernice; and two
sons, Scott and Ronald.
*
JOSEPH GROSS, 89,
former Detroiter of
Miami Beach, Fla., died
Nov. 15. He leaves his
wife, Ida; a son, Harvey; a
daughter, Mrs. Harry
(Sara) Docks; and eight
grandchildren. Inter-
ment Detroit.

Gerald Goldberg

Gerald E. Goldberg, a
men's wear manufac-
turer's representative,
died Nov. 15 at age 62.
Mr. Goldberg was pres-
ident of Cong. Beth
Achim's men's club, a
past president of Cong.
Beth Aaron's men's club
and a member of the Soci-
ety of Manufacturer's
Agents. He was
graduated from Central
High School and attended
Wayne State University.
He resided at 18483 Hil-
ton, Southfield.
He is survived by his
wife, Rebecca; a son,
Howard; a daughter, Ms.
Natalie Newman; a
brother, Melville R.; a sis-
ter, Miriam; and four
grandchildren.

LLOYD PAUL

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, November 19, 1976 55

GEORGE GROSSMAN,
68, died Nov. 15. He leaves
his wife, Rose; three sons,
Melvin of Rochester, Ar-
nold and Gerald of Novi; a
sister, Mrs. David (Eva)
Weintraub of Cincinnati,
Ohio; and eight grand-
children.
*
*
*
MARY KAHAN, 88,
19100 W. Seven Mile, died
Nov. 16. Survived by a
daughter Mrs. William
(Grace) Naftaly; six
grandchildren and 12
great-grandchildren.
*
* *

-

HARRY A. KAY, 67,
30236 Southfield, South-
field, died Nov. 16. He
leaves his wife, Zelda; a
son, Richard; and three
daughters, Janice, Mrs.
Gil (Andrea) Haller of
Dayton, Ohio, and Mrs.
Barry (Judith) Tigay; a
sister, Jeannette of
Miami Beach, Fla.; and
six grandchildren.
* *
*
(GROSS)
SARAH
LIPTZEN, former Detroi-
ter of Florida, died Nov.
16. Survived by a daugh-
ter, Mrs. Alvin (Goldie)
Topper; two brothers,
Harry Browarny of Oak
Park and Irving
Browarny of Long Beach,
Calif.- two sisters, Mrs.
Alex (Eva) Maister of De-
troit and Mrs. Ida Marcus
of California; and four
grandchildren. Services
10:30 a.m. today at He-
brew Memorial Chapel.

* * *

EVA LONDON, died
Nov. 17. She leaves a son,
Lester.
* * *
SAMUEL MILLER, 75,
former Detroiter of Hol-
lywood, Fla., died Nov. 11.
Survived by his wife,
Dora; three sons,
Leonard of Oak Park,
Edward M. of Beverly
Hills and Rabbi Clifford of
Scotch Plains, N.J.; two
daughters, Mrs. Robert
(Rheada) Kellso of Allen
Park and Mrs. Gene
(Shirley) Haller of Dallas,
Tex.; and 14 grandchil-
dren. Interment Hol-
lywood.
* *
*
LOUIS NELSON, 84,
former Detroiter of
Washington, D.C., died
Nov. 12. Survived by his
wife, Dora; a daughter,
Mrs. Adolph "Eddie"
(Betty) Schwartz; two
grandchildren and four
great-grandchildren.

In Loving Memory Of

LOUIS KAPLAN

HEATHER RACHEL
RUBIN, 1, died Nov. 11.
She leaves her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Michael
(Francine) Rubin; and
her grandmothers, Mrs.
Henry (Miriam) Sollish
and Mrs. Saul (Jean) Ru-
bin.'
*
* *
CHARLES H. SEL-
LERS, 73, died Nov. 11. He
leaves his wife, Ruth; a
daughter, Mrs. Warren
(Sandra) Blodgett of San
Francisco, Calif.; and two
sisters, Mrs. Rebecca
Schultz and Mrs. David
(Lilly) Solomon, both of
Miami, Fla.
*
*
*
.
BESSIE SHAPIRO, 83,
26715 Greenfield, South-
field, died Nov. 14. Sur-
vived by a son, Harold;
two daughters, Mrs. Bill
(Helen) Roy of Weitman,
Mich., and Mrs. Martin
(Anne) Winston, of Los
Angeles Calif.; seven
grandchildren and one
great-grandchild.
*
* *
ROSE B. SIMON, 66,
died Nov. 15. She leaves a
brother, Louis Orlow.
*
* *
TILLIE SUGARMAN,
86, 18914 Muirland, died
Nov. 16. She leaves two
sons, Louis L. and Dr.
Marcus H.; two sisters,
Mrs. Morris (Edna) Tea-
sler and Mrs. Jacob
(Anna) Goldman of
Washington, D.C.; nine
grandchildren and four
great-grandchildren.
*
* *
EDWARD CHARLES
TANNER, 22, died Nov.
12. He leaves his father,
Harvey Tanner; his
mother, Raundie Tanner;
and his grandmother,

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FREDA WEIS-
BERGER, 90, former De-
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Beach, Fla., died Oct. 28.
Survived by four sons,
David and Earl, both of
Southfield, and Leonard
and Alan, both of North
Miami Beach; four
daughters_, Mrs. Myer
(Esther) Barg of North
Miami Beach, Irene
Weisberg of North Miami
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E
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14 grandchildren and 10
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