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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, February 11, 1977 55

OBITUARIES

ROSE BRITMAN, 84,
19184 Rensellor, Livonia,
died Feb. 3. Survived by
two sons, Ben and Julius;
a daughter, Mrs.
Seymour (Reva) Joseph;
two brothers, Abe Gursky
and Morris Gursky of Los
Angeles, Calif.; two sis-
ters, Mrs. Carl (Yetta)
Langer of Orlando, Fla,
and Mrs. Louis (Julia)
Marcus of Lakeland, Fla.
and five grandchildren.

Libby L. Greene

Libby Lena Greene, an
active member of
Chicago-area Jewish or-
ganizations, died Feb. 1.
Born in Russia, Mrs.
Greene lived most of her
life in Chicago.
She was a vice presi-
dent of Hapoel Hamiz-
rachi, past president of
Lechem Loaniem Au-
xiliary, past presideint of
Makarov Ladies Au-
xiliary and a board
member of the Lin-
colnwood JeWish Congre-
gation, Mother's League
for the Hebrew Theologi-
cal College, Yeshiva Wo-
men, Skokie Valley
Hadassah, Yeshiva
Chuma Lublin and Bnai
Jacob Congregation.
She is survived by two
sons, Sidney of Lin-
colnwood and Howard of
Wilmette, Ill.; four
daughters, Mrs. Harry
(Edythe) Futterman and
Mrs. Morris (Fritzi) Gans,
both of Lincolnwood, Mrs.
Elliott (Ruth) Schwarz of
NewJersey and Mrs. Earl
(Margie) Ruby of Birmin-
ghain; and 16 grandchil-
dren. Interment Chicago.

BERNARD A.
ROTHSTEIN

Daddy I still miss
you so, I thought you'd
be here to see me
Vow. I'm getting big
but I still miss our
games at night and
your goodnight kiss.
Love, your son,
Ricky

BERNARD A.
ROTHSTEIN

Who passed away
one year ago today. I
can't believe it's been
a year since you've
gone away and left me
here. I've always loved
you so I'll never un-
derstand why you had
to go.
s
_ Love always,
Donna

In Memory Of

LILLIAN
SANDLES

Who died the 12th
day of Shevat, Feb. 10,
1968. Lovingly re-
membered and missed
by her family, Lester
and Esther, Morton
and Sarah and
Michael, Norman and
Lee.

ISAAC COHEN, 89, of
Toronto, Ontario,
Canada, died Feb. 3. Sur-
vived by two sons, David
and Maurice, both of
Downsview, Ontario; a
daughter, Mrs. Oscar (Es-
telle) Rappapdrt of
Southfield; a sister, Mrs.
Chana Miller of
Downsview; five grand-
children and great-
grandchildren. Inter-
ment Downsview.
* * *
HAROLD DISNER, 74,
15100 W. 10 Mile, Oak
Park, died Feb. 6. Sur-
vived by a daughter, Do-
lores; three brothers, Irv-
ing, Edward and Hyman;
and a sister, Mrs. Lena
Braver.
* * *
HARRY EFRUSY, 69,
15230 James, Oak Park,
died Feb. 3. He-leaves his
wife, Sara; two sons,
Joseph and Bernard of
Houston, Texas; a
brother, Louis; six grand-
children and two great-
grandchildren.
* * *
ISAAC ERMAN, 84,
10761 Corning, Oak Park,
died Feb. 3. Survived by
his wife, Luba; a son,
Robert J. of Canoga Park,
Calif.; one daughter, Mrs.
Bernard (Blanche)
Borenstein; two brothers
in Russia, two sisters in
Russia and six grandchil-
dren.
* * *
SADIE FEINBERG, 83,
23150 Church, Oak Park,
died Feb. 4. She leaves
two sons, Samuel Z. and
Dr. Benajmin L. Faber of
Los Altos, Calif.; a sister,
Mrs. Grace Peters of
Richmond, Va.; six
grandchildren and two
great-grandsons.
* * *
JULIUS FELDMAN,
67, 6078 Ledgeway, West
Bloomfield, died Feb. 2.
Survived by his wife,
Sophia; two sons,
Stephen M. and Joel F.; a
daughter, Karen G.; three
sisters, Mrs. Philip (Dora)
Weisberg, • Mrs. Jack
(Rose) Cook and Shirley.
* * *
SARLOTA FOLTYN,
86, 23881 Condon, Oak
Park, died Feb. 5. Sur-
vived by two sons, Miklos
and Andrew; a daughter,
Mrs. Leslie (Magda) Sva-
rin of Switzerland; three
brothers, Joe Green, Alex
Green and Nick Moss of

Los Angeles, Calif.; three
sisters, Mrs. Helen Weiss,
Mrs. Selma Reich of
Czechslovakia, Mrs.
Eugen (Alice) Sussholz of
California; six grandchil-
dren and three great-
grandchildren.
* * *
IRVING GOLDFARB,
53, 31800 Colfax, Far-
mington Hills, died Feb. 7.
Survived by a daughter,
Sharon 'Marshall; and
two grandchildren.
* * *
CARL GOULD, 84,
former Detroiter of Ft.
Lauderdale, Fla., died
Feb. 8. Survived by his
wife, Lee; a son, Dr. Her-
man of Phoenix, Ariz.; a
daughter, Mrs. Frank
(Charlotte) Goebel of Ft.
Lauderdale; six brothers,
Dr. Isadore, Benjamin,
Irving, Lippman, Louis
and Morris, all of South-
field; and four grandchil-
dren. Interment Ft.
Lauderdale.
* * *
ARTHUR A. GROSS, 65,
died Feb. 7. He leaves a.
sister, Mrs. Joseph
(Irene) Kaploe; and two
nephews.
* * *,
JEAN HARRIS, 47,
died Feb. 7. She leaves
her husband, Nathan; a
son, Daniel; two
daughters, Lisa and Mrs.
Raymond (Sharon) Hit-
tleman; her mother, Mrs.
Jack (Rose) Russek; and a
brother, Philip Russek of
California.
* * *
CELIA HOFFMAN, 93,
died. Feb. 5. She leaves
four daughters, Mrs.
Fanny Blau, Mrs. Lillian
Dictor, Mrs. Jim (Rose)
Silverstone and Mrs. A.
Richard (Ruth) Tischler;
two brothers, Isadore
Katz of Ohio and David
Katz of Haifa, Jsrael; six
grandchildren and 14
great-grandchildren.
* * *
EUGENE JONAS, 82,
21921 Beverly, Oak Park,
died Feb. 5. Survived by
two sons; Milton 0. and
Raymond H.; a daughter,
Mrs. Harry (Harriett)
Garden; a brother, Louis
of Miami Beach, Fla.; a
sister, Mrs. Esther Man-
del of Israel; and seven
grandchildren.
* * *
BERTALAN KLEIN
(SARAH), 97, former De-
troiter of Van Nuys,
Calif., died Feb. 9. Sur-
,

.

In Memory Of Our
Beloved Brother and Brother-in-Law

HARRY
A. KIEF
Feb. 9, 1976

vived by a son, Andrew of
North Hollywood, Calif.;
three daughters, Mrs.
Andrew (Irene) Berger of
Beverly Hills, Mich., Mrs.
Harry (Clara) Lebowitz
and Mrs. Charles (Magda)
Phillips, both of Encino,
Calif.; eight grandchil-
dren and, great-grand-
children. Interment Los
Angeles.
* * *
SAM LANSAT, 82, of
Sharon, Pa., died Feb. 7.
Survived by his wife,
Minnie; three sons,
Seymour of Southfield,
Paul and Marvin; two
daughters, Clayre and
Bernice; and 13 grand-
children. Interment Sha-
ron.
* * *
SALYE LESSE, 87,
3764 Wager, died Feb., 8.
Survived by two sons,
Harold and Murray; and
three grandchildren.
Services 1 p.m. today at
Hebrew Memorial
Chapel.
* * *
MORRIS METCHICK,
100, 24570 Rensselaer,
Oak Park, died Feb. 7.
Survived by a son, Al of
Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.;
three daughters, Mrs.
Walter (Esther) Bertoff,
Mrs: Rose Greener and
Mrs. Mary Kelly; a sister,
Mrs. Celia Herman of
North Miami Beach, Fla.;
five grandchildren and
eight great-
grandchildren.
* * *
LOUIS MORROW, 84,
died Feb. 4. He leaves a
son, Seymour; a daugh-
ter, Mrs. Elliott (Alice)
Field; three sisters, Mrs.
Harry (Jennie) Bistrow,
Mrs. Max (GOldie) Nisen-
baum of Florida and Mrs.
Ruby (Anne) Teicher of
California; and five
grandchildren.

THE LORD MAKE HIS FACE TO SHINE UPON
THEE, BLESS AND KEEP THEE, AND GIVE
THEE PEACE.

Yetta V. and Max Englander

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ISADORE MOSES, 96,
HANNAH L. ROE
of Toronto, Ontario, SOLOWAY, 61, died Feb.
Canada, died Feb. 6. Sur- 4. She leaves a son, Lawr-
vived by four sons, Rabbi ence Roe; a sister, Mrs.
Emanuel of New York, Max (Sylvia) Pansky of
and Joseph, Fred and Woodland Hills, Calif.;
Lewis, all of Toronto; two and three grandchildren.
daughters, Mrs. Theo-
* * .*
dore (Margaret) Katz of
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LeRhone,
Bert (Lillian) White of • Southfield, died
Feb. 6.
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dren and four great- ances; two sons, Richard
grandchildren. Inter- E. and Dr. Alan B. of To-
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ledo, Ohio; a daughter,
Anne; his mother, Mrs.
* * *
AINA SAK, 64, 20518 Blanche Sundheimer of
Oldham Rd., Southfield, New York City; and two
died Feb. 5. She leaves sisters, Mrs. Norma
her husband, William; a Neugass of New York
son, Donald; a daughter, City and Mrs. Lewis
Mrs. Thomas (Elizabeth) (Betty) Stern of W.
Kozak; her mother, Mrs. Hartford, Conn.
Victor (Sophia) Keckman;
a sister, Mrs., Julius (He-
len) Pangonis; and four
granddaughters.

During th

* * *
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SALLY SELLARS, 73,
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Yahrzeits of the
Survived by a daughter,
following
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ported friends,
Perlman of Houston; a
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