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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-01-21

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THE DETROIT

Philanthropist Nathan King, 87

Nathan King, a real es-
tate investor and founder
and president of N. K.
Realty Co., died Jan. 15 at
age 87.
Born in Poland, Mr.
King lived 65 years in De-
troit. He founded his
company in 1949. Its of-
fices are located in Dear s
born.
He was a past board
member of Temple Israel
and chairman of its build-
ing committee, and a
member of Pisgah Lodge
of Bnai , Brith, Perfection
Lodge of the Masons, the
Dearborn Chamber of

ellie Perlmutter

Mollie Perlmutter, a
member of Jewish reli-
gious and women's or-
ganizations, died Jan. 16
at age 78.
Born in Detroit, Mrs.
Perlmutter was a
member of Temple
Emanu-El, Hadassah and
the National Council of
Jewish Women.,
She leaves a son, Edwin
"Bill"; a daughter, Mrs.
Seymour (Sybil),Jones; a
brother, Philip Robinson;
and four grandchildren.

In Loving Memory
Of My Dear Son

MARTIN FINE

Who passed away the
24th of January, 1947„
three days in Shevat.
Gone, but not forgotten.
You will always be in my
heart. I miss you very
much. Mother.

In Loving Memory
Of.Our Beloved

AUNT SONIA
GREENBERG

.

of Toronto, Canada,
who passed away Jan.
7, 1977. Greatly mis-
sed, but our memories
of you will live forever
in our hearts. Your
nephew, Larry, and
nieces Rochelle and
Phyllis Carson.

In Loving Memory
Of Our Beloved
Husband,
Father.and
Grandfather

LOUIS
GRUSKIN

Who passed away
Jan. 23, 1974. Lovingly
remembered by all of
us who shared his life
and love. Sadly missed
by his wife Bessie,
children Irene and
11 e en Lusky and grand-
ildren
' Elaine,
ayne, Marsha and
Steven.

In loving memory of our

beloved father, grand-
father
and
great-
grandfather

PHILIP
ROSENBERG

' Who passed away Jan. 20,
1971. Sadly missed but
left us with loving
memories we will never
forget. His loving chil-
dren Rose and Mitchell,
Ann and Max, and Esther
and Dave.

Commerce, past president
of the Dearborn Busi-
nessmen's Association, a
member of the board of di-
rectors of the Dearborn
Bank and Trust and
Tam-O-Shanter Country,
Club. He also was active in
the Allied Jewish Cam-
paign.
He leaves his wife, Re-
becca; two daughters,
Mrs. Judah (Geraldine)
Jaffe of Dayton, Ohio, and
Mrs. Arthur (Isabel)
Sweet; and eight grand-
children.

Israel Pine; 68

Israel Pine, retired
sales manager for High-
land Appliance, died Jan.
15 at age 68.
Born in Poland, Mr.
Pine lived most of his life
in Detroit prior to retir-
ing to Palm Springs,
Calif., four years ago. He
was a past president of
the
Truman-Brenner
Branch of the Farband-
Labor Zionist Alliance
and was active in Histad-
rut.
He leaves, his wife, Syl-
via; two daughters, Mrs.
Barry (Marilyn) Charlip
and Mrs. Kenneth
(Phyliss) Katz; and five
grandchildren. Inter-
ment Detroit.

.

Mary Levitt, 71

jOiuOry 21, 1977

'

OBITUARIES

ANNA ADINOFF, 90,
19100 W. Seven Mile, died
Jan. 16. She\ leaves two
sons, Morton A. Eden and
Bernard; seven grand-
children and one great-
granddaughter. - Inter-
ment Put Huron.
* * *
ROSE CLUBOK, for-
mer Detroiter of North
Miami Beach, Fla., died
Jan. 13. Survived by her
husband, Albert; two
sons, Alfred of Gaines-
ville, Fla., and Arthur of
Athens, Ohio; a sister,
Mrs. Dora Bailies of
Flint; and five grandchil-
dren. Interment Florida.
* * *
ANNA PEARL GOYER,
83, 23430 Geoffrey Ct.,
Oak Park, died Jan. 19.
Survived by three sons,
Irving J., Jack and Stan-
ley; three daughters,
Mrs. Louis (Sophie)
Weiner, Ruth and Mrs.
Peter (Leigh) Colbert;
two sisters, Mrs. Celia
Gorosh and Mrs. Shirley
Agen; 17 grandchildren
-and seven great-grand-
children.
* * *
ELEANOR
FAY
GREENWALD, 80, 25077
Champlaign, Southfield,
died Jan. 16. Survived by

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.

JEWISH NEWS

Mary. Levitt, an active Anna Moss, 101
member of Jewish corn-
Anna M. Moss, a
munal and women's or- member of local Jewish
ganizations, died Jan. 17 women's organizations,
at age 71.
, died Jan. 19 at age 101.
Born in Troy, N.Y., Mrs.
A native Detroiter,
Levitt lived 60 years in Mrs. Moss was a member
Detroit. She was a of Hadassah and the
member of the Birming- United Hebrew Schools
ham Temple; Hadassah, Woman's Auxiliary.
Women's American ORT
She leaves nieces and
and the National Council nephews.
of Jewish Women.
She leaves her hus- Charles Gellman
band, Al; three daugh-
Charles
Tobias
ters, Mrs. George (Ruth)
Simmons, Mrs. Bud. Gellman, a former infants
(Sondra) Schubiner and and children's wear re-
Mrs. Irving (Sharon) tailer associated with
Wolf; a brother, Sam G. Gellman Brothers on Jef-
Marks; two sisters, Mrs. ferson Ave., died Jan. 13
Joel (Lillian) Salinger and at age 68.
Born in Poland, Mr.
Mrs. Al (Annabelle)
Biederman; and nine Gellman lived 56 years in
the U.S. He was in the
grandchildren.
children's wear business
Ilomay Jacobs, 47 until 1964. He later
worked as a salesman for
Ilomay Jacobs, a Semco Sales Corp. until
schoolteacher at the three years ago.
Eisenhower Elementary
Mr. Gellman was a
School in Southfield for founder of Young Israel
the past seven years, died of Detroit and served
Jan. 17 at age 47.
many times as its presi-
Born in Chicago, Ill., dent. He was a member of
Mrs. Jacobs earned a • the board of Young Israel
master's degree in educa- of Greenfield, of
tion at Wayne State Uni- Yeshivath Beth Yehudah
versity. She resided at and Akiva Hebrew Day
27356 Pierce, Southfield.
School and a member of
She leaves her hus- the Mizrachi Organiza-
band, Norman; three tion of Metropolitan De-
sons, Alec, Joey and Carl; troit. He received tile
a daughter, Joanna; her Shofar award of the Na-
mother, Mrs. Sy (Tedda) tional Council of Young
Simdnoff of California; a Israel in New York in
brother, Harold Brust of 1966.
California; a sister, Mrs.
Mr. Gellman is survived
Joyce Bare of California; by his wife, Ray; a son,
and her grandmother, Yehudah. of - Israel; a
Mrs. Sarah Stone of daughter, Mrs. Ithamar
California.
(Phyllis) Koenigsberg; a
brother, Arthur of Los
Angeles, Calif.; and 10
More Obits Page 12
grandchildren.

.a son, Miles'B.;
ter, Mrs. Bennie (Sally)
Lax; two sisters, Mrs.
Jennie Bronstein of Syra-
cuse, N.Y., and Mrs.
Esther Kaufman of En-
glewood, N. J-:; and seven
grandchildren.
* * *
ALAN KROKER, 40;
died Jan. 16. He leaves
aunts and uncles, Sadie
Schuster, Max Schuster,
Rebecca Schuster and
Morton Schuster, Mrs.
Goldie Einhorn and Jack
Kroker.

*

*

ERNA ERNESTINE
NEWSTATTER, 87, 27345
Greenfield, Southfield,
died Jan. -15. Survived by
a niece, Mrs. Ellen Weil de
Koenigsberger of Mon-
tevideo, Uruguay.
* * *
LOUIS RICH,
67, -
former Detroiter of Lon-
don, Ontario, died Jan. 11.
Survived by his wife,
Doris; two brothers, Ben
of Royal Oak and Isadore
of Oak Park; twb sisters,
Mrs. Harry (Esther)
Schwartz and Mrs. Harry
(Jean) Wolfe, both of Oak
Park; nieces and neph-
ews. Interment London,
Ontario.
* * *
GERALD ROSEN-
BERG, 52, died Jan. 16. He
leaves his wife, Sally; two
sons, Mark of Ann Arbor
and Alan; two daughters,
Mrs. Richard (Jackie)
Heinz and Sherry; and
two grandchildren.
* * *
FAYE R. SCHIFF, 68,
22163 Chatsford Circuit,
Southfield, died Jan. 18th.
She leaves a son, Gerald
of Dousman, Wis.; a
daughter, Mrs. Gerald W.
(Norma) Diehl; two
brothers, Morris Glass
and Benjamin Glass of
California; two sisters,
Mrs. Louis (Bess) Lands-
man and Mrs. Joseph
(Marlene) Katz of
California; and four
grandchildren.
* * *
SAMUEL SCHWARTZ,
95, died Jan. 18. He leaves
two sons, David and
Harry of Alma; two
daughters, . Mrs. Otto
(Helen) Grubner and Mrs.
Hyman (Evelyn) Leven-

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IN MEMORIAM

The
HEBREW
BENEVOLENT
SOCIETY,

(Chesed Shel Emes)

remembers their departed
Board Members whose Yor-
zeit is observed in the month
of Shevat and was observed
in the month of Teves.

JACOB PECHERER
16th of Teves
January 6th
DAVID BARNETT
" 7th of Shevat
January 26th

Son; 21 grandchildren and
nine great-grandchil-
dren.
* * *
IDA SHOPNICK, 86,
14681 LaBelle, Oak Park,
died Jan. 16. Survived by
a son, Milton; a sister,
Mrs. Rose Lefkowitz of
the Bronx, N.Y.; three
grandchildren and two
great-grandchildren.
* * *
BEN SIEGEL, 69, 16210
W. Nine Mile, Southfield,
died Jan. 18. He leaves
three sisters, Doris, Mrs.
Joseph (Sarah) DeLise
and Mollie; and nieces
and nephews.
* * *
ROSE SILBERFARB,
87, 9298 Wyoming, died
Jan. 14. Survived by two
sons; a sister, Mrs. Anna
Siegel of New York City;
and nieces and nephews.
* * *
JOSEPH
ISAAC
STANGEL, 81, of Florida
and West Bloomfield, died
Jan. 15. Survived by his
wife, Bella; a daughter,
Mrs. Solomon (Sylvia)
Segall; one sister in Israel
and eight grandchildren.
* *
HARRY STIEN; 83,
former Detroiter of Los
Angeles, Calif., died Jan.
18. He leaves two sons,
Erwin Stein of Weitland
and Lawrence Stein of
California; _a daughter,

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two sisters, Mrs. Sol (Be-
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and Mrs. Ethel Feldman
of Florida; nine grand-
children and five great-
grandchildren. Inter-
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* * *
LOUIS -WILDER, for-
mer Detroiter of New
• Orleans, La., died Jan. 16.
Survived by his wife,
Helen; three sisters, Ann
Wasserman, Rose Hel-
pert and Belle Sorokin of
Oak Park; nieces and
nephews.
* * *
SAM YUSTER, 83,
former Detroiter of
Miami Beach, Fla., died
Jan. 13. He leaves three
daughters, Mrs. Sol (Ann)
Eisenberg, Mrs. Murray
(Mollie) Kahn and Mrs.
Joel (Zelda) Pozin of
Skokie, Ill.; a sister, Mrs.
Jack (Fannie) Ruskin of
Florida; seven grandchil-
dren and four gre4t-
grandchildren. Inter-
ment Detroit.

ABRAHAM M. CORN
SARAH HOOTNER
JACOB KARBAL
LOUIS KIDECKEL
MAX SITRIN
ROSE POLLACK
PERRY FEIGENSON
CLARA MALTZ-
. MAX MILGROM
SHELDON B. RICHE
HARRY AVERBACH
SAM COHEN
SIDNEY FELDMAN
JOSEPH PENFIL
MIKE SNIDER
ESTHER STEINBERG
ESTHER WETSTEIN
YISROEL ECR DOVID
NORMAN BARCUS
SAM Z. HIRSCHMAN
REBECCA KASOFF
SHAINDEL MATTLER
DORA PEARLMAN
ABRAHAM SCHLOSS
MORRIS SCHWARTZ
SEYMOUR L. SOBOL
-SAMUEL COBITZ
DUBA BAS MORDECHAI
MATLE DIAMOND
SAM .LEIDER
SAMUEL M. REICHSTal
ALYCE ROOD
ROBERT ROSENBERG'
CELIA FINE
JACOB GOTTLIEB
PEARL HELPER
HAROLD W. ISSER
JOSEPH JONES
MORRIS ROSENBERG
FANNIE SHAPIRO
GUSSIE SIPORIN
EDWARD L. SMALL
YAAKOV Z. STERN
REBECCA BERMAN
MORRIS HALPERN
JOSEPH H. HELLER
JOHN TAUBMAN
CHARLES TUKEL
REBECCA ZUSSMAN

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