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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-01-28

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Mary W.

Uhr,

82

Mary Wetsman Uhr,
assistant chief of the
legal aid bureau for the
city of Detroit in the early
,-71920s, died Jan. 20 at age
82.
Born in Ottumwa,
Iowa, Mrs. Uhr lived
> many years in Detroit.
She was graduated from
the University of Chicago
Law School and the De-
-_, troit College of Law.
!v. While living in New
'Brunswick, N.J., from
1933 to 1953, Mrs. Uhr
was a founder of the New
Br,/ ''wick Civic Sym-
ph, Orchestra. She
lived in New York City
L, from 1953 to 1974 and was
I involved in community
- affairs. In Detroit, Mrs.
Uhr was a founder of the
- Junior Hadassah and was
a member of Cong.
Shaarey Zedek.
She leaves a son, Dr.
Jonathan W. of Dallas,
Texas; two sisters, Mrs.
`'Ralph (Sarah) Davidson
and Mrs. Morse (Fannie)
Saulson; and two grand-
,- daughters.

r

Samuel Schwartz

Schwartz,
Samuel
former buyer and as-
sociate of fruit and pro-
duce firms, died Jan. 24.
Mr. Schwartz was as-
sociated for 47 years with
Schwartz Brothers Fruit.
and Produce at the De-
troit Union ProduCe Ter-
minal until 10 years ago,.-
He also was a buyer for
Ben B. Schwartz and
Sons produce firm.
He was a member of
Harry B. Keidan Lodge of
Bnai Brith and Adat
Shalom Synagogue. He
resided at 15340 James,
Oak Park.
Mr. Schwartz is sur-
vived by his wife, Beat-
rice; two sons, Seymour
(Sy) of Bellingham,
Wash., and Harold W.,
Peritz; two daughters,
Mrs. Barbara Gurwin of
Vancouver, British Co-
lumbia, Canada, and Mrs.
Martin (Judith) Trotsky;
and seven grandchildren.

Dorothy Pastor, 55

Dorothy Pastor, a re-
tired school teacher in the
Detroit Public Schools,
M. Rosenbloom, 92 died Jan. 20 at age 55.
A native Detroiter,
Morris Rosenbloom, a
retired baker and the old- Mrs. Pastor resided for
/ est living member of Adat the past six years in
Shalom Synagogue, died Lansing. She taught for
25 years at Denby and
Jan. 26 at age 92.
Born in Poland, Mr. Mumford High Schools,
Rosenbloom lived almost retiring in 1968. Her
70 years in Detroit. He pupils, many - of whom
leaves a son, Gerald; a sis- now hold government
ter, Mrs. Jacob (Katie) positions, knew her as
Rouff of Binghamton, Dorothy Weber.
Mrs. Pastor was past
N.Y.; and three grand-
president of the Bnai
children.
Brith Young Women's
Council, a member of
= Irving Zeitak, 75
Ivan S._Bloch Chapter of
Irving Zeitak, former Bnai Brith and the sis-
, dry goods store operator, terhood of Cong. Shaarey
',7__ died Jan. 19 in Israel at Zedek in Lansing. She re-
1 age 75.
sided at 4435 Blackberry
Born in Poland, Mr. Ln., Lansing.
Zeitak lived 50 years in
She is survived by her
‘,- Detroit prior to moving to husband, Martin; two
' Israel two years ago. He sons, Stuart of Philadel-
- was known for helping phia, Pa., and Michael of
newcomers into the city,. San Francisco, Calif.; and
and his home was-a haven, a brother, Louis Weber.
1 for persons who had no
'place to go.
Mr. Zeitak is survived Albert Goldfeder
'-_:_) by his wife, Martha; a son,
. Albert Goldfeder, an
Ancil of Rehovot, Israel; a executive in the
daughter, Mrs. Sanford wholegale produce busi-
(Esther) Goldberg- of ness for more than 60
Haifa; seven grandchil- years, died Jan. 26 at age
dren and one great- 83.
grandchild. Interment
Born in R6mania, Mr.
Rehovot.
Goldfeder lived more
than 60 years in Detroit.
He was retired. He was a
The Family
charter member of Cong.
of the Late
Beth MoseS and a
LENA
member of the Oddfellows
Club and the senior citi-
LUTSKY
zens club of Oak Park.
Acknowledges with
He leaves his wife,
gr teful appreciation
Belle; two daughters,
any kind expres-
t
Mrs. Leo (Mildred) Gran-
of sympathy ex-
s
don and Mrs. Melvin
tended by relatives
(Shirley) Friedman; six
and friends during the
grandchildren and seven
family's recent be-
great - grandchildren.
reavement.
Services 11:30 a.m. today
at Ira-Kaufman Chapel.

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In Loving Memory of Our Dear
Husband, Father and Zadye

MORRIS TAROCKOFF

Jan. 27, 1975
Two long years have passed since you left us on
that sad January night. We all miss you and treas-
ure those loving and vivid memories of a man who
meant the world to us. We think of you always and
even though you are no longer with us physically,
your image is locked forever in our hearts. Your
wife, Hannah; children, William, Leonard, Ber-
nice, Melvin and Norman; and grandchildren and
great-grandchildresn.

Friday, January 28, 1977 55

OBITUARIES

Dovid (Miriam) Ben
MOLLIE AUSTER, 87,
Nachum of Israel, Mrs.
16198 Oxley Rd., South-
Ben (Cecilia) Pivoz, Mrs.
field, died Jan. 22. Sur-
Leon (Freda) Weberman,
vived by two sons, Milton
Mrs. Howard (Bella)
of California and William;
Jewell of Huntsville, Ala.,
two daughters, Mrs. Max
and Mrs. Nathan (Phyl-
(Ann) Schultz and Mrs.
lis) Stone; a brother, Max;
Herman (Thelma) Gott-
three sisters, Mrs. Wil-
lieb; and eight grand-
liam (Goldie) Genser, Mrs.
children.
Eva Rosenberg of Indian
* * *
Creek, Fla.; and Mrs.
ROSE BAKST, 80, died
Rose Stein; and 19 grand-
Jan. 23. She leaves a son,
children.
Leonard J.; two daugh-
* . * *
ters, Mrs. Lawrence
LEON MITCHELL, 86,
(Rita) Terebelo and
died Jan. 26. He leaves
Mrs. David (Harriet)
two nephews, Howard M.
Rogoff; three brothers,
and Gerald S.
Dr. David Kallman of Las
* * *
Vegas, Nev. Dr. Leo
MORRIS H. RAVITZ,
Kallman and Dr. R. 60, 21155 Evergreen Rd.,
Robert K-allman; and Southfield, died Jan. 20.
eight grandchildren.
Survived by his wife, Eva;
* * *
his mother, Mrs. Sarah
EORRAINE Ravitz; a son, Barry Al-
AVIS
BORENSTEIN, 40, 23241 lan; a daughter, Mrs.
Forest, Oak Park, died Sarah (Janet) Meir; a
Jan. 24. Survived by two brother, Benjamin of
sons, Martin J. of Israel Pontiac; two sisters, Mrs.
and Saul G.; a daughter, Hyman (Bella) Lipsitz
Rose Lynn; her parents, and Mrs. Lawrence (El-
Mr. and Mrs. James (Ella) sie) Klein of Tucson,
Anchor; and a brother, Ariz.; and two grandchil-
Norman Anchor.
dren.
* * *
* * *
ABRAHAM RUBENS-
MARGARET DOINY,
71, 27335 Greenfield, TEIN, 71, died Jan. 25.
Southfield, died Jan. 20 in Survived by a brother,
Palm Springs, Calif. Sur- Jacob; and a sister, Mrs.
Schneider.
vived by two daughters, Max (Jennie)
* * *
Mrs. Louis (Meta) Levy
"MAX"
° and Mrs. Irving (Alice) • SIDNEY
•Plust of Lauderhill, Fla.; SANDS, 59, 18536 Hill-
crest, Livonia, died Jan.
and six grandchildren.
25. Survived by his wife,
* *
Faith; a son, David; two
ADOLPH FELDMAN, daughters, Irene and
78, former Detroiter of Sheree; a brother, Ed-
Miami Beach, Fla., died ward of Ann Arbor; and
Jan. 20. Survived by his two sisters, Mrs. Max
wife, Esther; three sons, (Florence) Adler and Mrs.
Sidney Feldman,. Sidney Samuel (Ida) -Chimoff.
Rosenberg of East Lans-
* * *
ing and Leonard Rosen-
ZELDA SHECHTER,
berg; a daughter, Mrs. formerly of Detroit and
Jacqueline Buzette; a sis- Los Angeles, died Jan. 14
ter, Mrs. Eugene (Helen) at age 94. Survived by a
Weiss of Los Angeles, son,. Charles of Century
Calif.; six grandchildren Village, Fla •
two
and two great-grand- daughters, Shirley and
children.
Lela; and two sisters,
* *
Theresa and Vera of
PAULINE HERMAN, California.
* * *
80, 23240 Kenosha, Oak
LOUIS SIEGEL, 91,
Park, died Jan. 26. Sur-
vived by a son, Irving; a 20203 Murray Hill, died
daughter, Mrs. Robert Jan. 24. Survived by his
(Frances) Goldstein of wife ; Sophia; three sons,
Queens, N.Y.-; a sister, David, Alex.and Max; two
Mrs. Henia Guy of Holon, daughters, Mrs. Aaron
Israel; and five grand- (Sadie) Pomeranz and
children. Interment New Mrs. Albert (Mary)
Feldman; 13 grandchil-
York.
dren and 19' great-
* * *
grandchildren.
* * *
JACK JACOBS, 49,
OTTO SLIFKIN, 80,
former Detroiter of West
Palm Beach, Fla., died died Jan. 23. Survived by
Jan. 21. Survived by a his wife, Belle; a -daugh-
daughter, Linda of Oak ter, Mrs. Jerry (Donna)
Park; and his parents, Speiser of Connecticut;
Mr. and Mrs. Reginald and a sister, Mrs. Joseph
(Sarah) Milot of Oak Park. (Lilyan) Shekter of Oak
Park. Interment Steu-
* * *
HANNAH LEBOWITZ, benville, Ohio. *
80, died Jan. 21. She
REBECCA SMITH, 80,
leaves her son, Aaron; a died Jan. 20. She leaves
brother, Ralph Bloom of her husband, Jacob K.;
Hollywood, Fla.; two sis- two daughters, Mrs.
ters, Mrs. Louis (Theresa) Robert (Fritzi) Herman of
Moses and Mrs. Jack Baltimore, Md., and Mrs..
(Rose) Dittman of Cherry Ralph (Renee) Sparage; a
Hill, N.J.; six grandchil- sister, Mrs. Jack (Ida)
dren and four great- Schubin; six grandchil-
grandchildren.
dren and four great-
* * *
grandchildren.
* * *
LOUIS LEVINE, 79,
JOSEPH STEFFIN, 74,
3172 Huntingdon, West
Bloomfield, died Jan. 26. 'died Jan. 20. He leaves
Survived by two sons, two brothers, Daniel and
Michael and Barry V.; Sam of Santa Monica,
five daughters, Mrs. Calif.; and a sister, Mrs.

Harry (Mollie) Yudkoff of
Palm Springs, Calif. .
* * *
DORA STEIN, 88, 6449
Rutledge Park, West
Bloomfield, died Jan. 22.
She leaves six sons, Irvin,
Morton, Joel, Bernard,
Leonard and Henry M.; a
daughter, Mrs. Donald
(Gilda) Barden; eight
grandchildren and three
great-grandchildren.
* * *
SIDNEY TAPFER, 80,
former Detroiter _ of
Phoenix, died Jan. 25.
Survived by his wife,
Rose; a son, Eugene of
Livonia; a daughter, Mrs.
Leo (Dolly) Weinberger of
Phoenix; four grandchil-
dren and three __ great-

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