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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-03-11

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

JACK S. ABELS, 77,
died March 6. He leaves
two daughters, Mrs. Irv-
ing (Florence) Ashin and
Mrs. Bernard (Phyllis)
Ludwig; two brothers,
Sam of Santa Barbara,
Calif., and Solly; a sister,
Mrs. Morris (Rose)
Brezner; and seven
grandchildren.
* * *
RUTH ABLECOP, 52,
1879 Rustic Ln., Keego
Harbor, died March 7.
Survived by her husband,
Saul; two daughters, Mrs.
r Craig (Francine) Beyers
Annapolis, Md., and
Barbara Pleasant; a
brother, Sanford N. Sil-
verman of Toledo; two
sisters, Mrs. Charles
(May) Rubenstein and
Mrs. Milton (Harriette)
Mellin; her step-mother,
Mrs. Molly Silverman;
and two grandchildren:
* * *
CHARLES BERKO-
WITZ, 94, 20744 Knob
Woods Dr., Southfield,
died March 5. Survived by
two sons, William Burk
and Harry Burk; three
grandchildren and eight
great-grandchildren.
* * *
LAURENCE NORMAN
BRICKNER, 31, 20568
Biltmore, died March 4.
Survived by his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel
(Rose) Brickner; a
brother, Stuart H.; and
two • sisters, Marcia and
.Susan.
* * *
BELLE EATON, 70, of
Miami Beach, Fla., died
March 5. Survived by her
husband, David; a daugh-
ter, Susan; a brother,
Morris Bittker; a sister,

The Family
of the Late

BENJAMIN A.
POLLACK

Acknowledges with
grateful appreciation
the many kind ex-
pressions of sympathy
extended by reratives
and friends during the
family's recent be-
reavement.

The Family
of the Late

bERT W.
AB LITZ

Announces the un-
veiling of a monument
in his memory 11 a.m.
Sunday, March 20, at
Adat Shalom Memo-
ial Park. Rabbi
osenbloom will of-
.aciate.

IN MEMORIAM
The HEBREW
BENEVOLENT
SOCIETY

(Chased Shel hues)
remember their departed Board
members, whose Yorzeit was ob-
served the 11th of Adar

SAMUEL LIBERSON

11th of Mar
February 28th

ABRAHAM PAULL

11th of Mar
February 28th

Dr. Abraham Tauber, Helped
Found Bronx College Faculty

OBITUARIES

Marion.

Interment
* * *
RACHEL FINKEL-
STEIN, 84, 25350 Green-
field, Oak Park, died
March 4. Survived by two
sons, Aaron M. and Ar-
thur A.; two daughters,
Mrs. Al (Rose) Schwartz
and Mrs. Sarah Berg; one
brother and one sister in
Israel; 12 grandchildren
and 13 great-grand-
children.
* *
ROLAND LEE GIT-
TLEMAN, 55, former De-
troiter of Olivet, Mo., died
March 4 in New York.
Survived by his wife,
Bernice; a brother, Stan-
ford B. of Oak Park; two
sisters, Mrs. Nate
(Dorothy) Sobol of Oak
Park and Mrs. Iry (Sylvia)
Woloveck of Peoria, Ill.;
his mother, Mrs. Hen-
rietta Gittleman; and
nieces and nephews. In-
terment Missouri.
* * *
ANN MARGARET
(RAFFERTY) GRABER,
59, 29145 Wellington E.,
Southfield, died March 6.
She leaves her husband,
Jacob; two sons, Mark
and John; her mother,
Mrs. John (Margaret)
Rafferty; and a sister,
Mrs. Betty Field of Las
Vegas.
* * *
HARRY KLINGER, 75,
former Detroiter of
Laguna Hills, Calif., died
March 2. He leaves his
wife, Edythe; a son,
Barry; a brother, Dr.
Manuel A. of Southfield;
and three sisters, Mrs.
Mollie Guttman of Los
Angeles, Calif., Mrs. Jack
(Ida) Dunn and Mrs. Ben
(Jean) Shaw, both of
Sherman Oaks, Calif. In-
terment Los Angeles.
* * *
LUCILLE SHINGLES
KOHL, 64, former De-
troiter of Sarasota, Fla.,
died Feb. 26. Survived by
her husband, Albert; two
sons, Gary of Oak Park
and Richard of Blacks-
burg, Va.; two step-
daughters, Mrs. Ansel
(Suzanne) Aberly of Hun-
tington Woods and Mrs.
John (Iris) Goldpaugh of
Royal Oak; two brothers
and nine grandchildren.
Interment Sarasota.

Miami.

*

EUNICE M. MONSON,
54, died March 4. She
leaves her husband, Ben-
jamin; a daughter,
Rozanne; and a brother,
Alfred Marcus of
Brighton, Mass.
* * *
BARNEY RUBIN, 96,
died March 8. He leaves a
son, Irving; and one
grandson.
* * *
HELEN G. SCHULTZ,
died March 5. She leaves
her husband, Al; and a
brother, Fred Spring of
Newark, Ohio.

CLARA SELIGMAN,
90, 19100 W. Seven Mile,
died March 5. She leaves
a son, Henry; three
daughters, Mrs. Ray-
mond (Lillian) Smith,
Mrs. Max (Dorothy)
Schubiner and Mrs. Alex
(Sara) Wilenkin; six
grandchildren and four
great-grandchildren.
* * *
MORRIS A. SIMONS,
74, died March 8. He
leaves his wife, Libby;
two daughters, Mrs.
David (Judith) Gold and
Mrs. Morton (Elinor)
Trotsky; two brothers,
Joseph of Tucson, Ariz.,
and Yale of Phoenix; four
sisters, Mrs. Harry
(Martha) Abraham, Mrs.
Irving (Kate) Altman of
Los Angeles, Calif., Mrs.
Benjamin (Natalie)
Freedland and Mrs.
George (Jean) Fredson;
and five grandchildren.
* * *
SIMON SLUTSKY, 64,
16168 Oxley Rd., South-
field, died March 5. Sur- '
vived by his wife, Isabel;
two sons, David and Mark
of Ann Arbor; a sister,
Mrs. Louis (Sara) Siegal; -
and one grandchild.
* * *
OSKAR SPITZER, 75;
25261 Greenfield, South-
field, died March 4. Sur-
vived by his wife, Regina;
a son, Kurt; and three
grandchildren.
* * *
THOMAS
JACK
STARK, 23, 9919 Grand-
mont, died March 5. Sur-
vived by his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Alexander
(Katalin) Stark; two
,brothers, Michael of Mor-
ristown, N.J., and Gerald;
and three sisters, Mrs.
Alan (Judy) Barman,
Nancy and Gloria.

MAURICE GLASS-
MAN, 85, died March 6,
24280 Radclift, Oak Park,
formerly of Los Angeles.
He leaves two sisters,
Mrs. Anna Deal, Mrs.
Sarah (Taub) Weiss, one
brother, Sam Glassman of
Detroit, uncle of Mrs.
Sidney (Jennie) Burk,
Mrs. Isadore (Minnie)
Sabbota, Rabbi Morris
Kosman of Frederick,
Md., and Mr. Hy Kosman
of Encino, Calif., and
grandnieces and grand-
nephews. He was a char-
ter member of Shaarey
Zedek, life member of
Perfection Lodge 486 F
and AM, Moslem Temple
and Bnai Brith, former
owner of National Dry
Goods Co. of Detroit.

Paid Adv.

Friday, March 11, 1977 55

NEW YORK — Dr..Ab-
raham Tauber, founding
dean of faculty of Bronx

REGINA WIENER, 56,
19358 Montrose, died
March 7. Survived by her
husband, Abraham; two
daughters, Libby R. Moll
and Ida Shirley, both of
Ypsilanti; a brother,
Morris Neuman; and a
sister, Mrs. Henry
(Rachel) Fox; and one
grandchild.
* * *
SAMUEL YOUNG, 83,
15100 W. 10 Mile, Oak
Park, died March 8. Sur-
vived by his wife, Rae;
two sons, Dr. Irving I. and
Dr. David J.; a daughter,
Dr. Mildred Axelrod;
eight grandchildren and
one great-grandchild.

In the late 1930s, Dr.
Tauber joined the faculty
of Yeshiva University
where he became univer-
sity professor of English
and chairman of the
speech and drama de-
partment.
He also was the author
of several books.

Reva R. Gottlieb

DR. TAUBER

Reva R. Gottlieb, an ac-
tive member of Ann
Arbor civic organiza-
tions, died March 3 at age
53.
A native Detroiter,
Mrs. Gottlieb had been
living in Ann Arbor for
the past six years. She
was a member of Cong.
Beth Israel, a vice presi-
dent of the League of
Women Voters in Ann
Arbor, a member of the
Ann Arbor Art Associa-
tion, the University of
Michigan Faculty Wo-
men's Club, the Ann
Arbor Women Painters
and the International
Neighbors. She resided at
2105 Brockman Blvd.,
Ann Arbor..
She leaves her hus-
band, Symond; two
daughters, Marti of
Wheeling, Ill., and Susan;
and two sisters, Mrs.
Stanley (Brinah) Mor-
ganstern and Mrs. Milton
(Esther) Lavine of Balti-
more; Md.

Community College and
chairman of the speech
and drama department at
Yeshiva University, died
Feb. 2'7 at age 64.

MONUMENT CENTER, INC.

661 E. 8 MILE, FERNDALE
11/2 Blocks E. of Woodward
6 Blks. from 3 Jewish
Cemeteries on Woodward

curing the
coming week
Yeshivoth Beth
Yehudah will
observe the
Yahrzeits of the
following d a-
pe rte d friends,
with the tradi-
tional Memor-
ial .Prayers, re-
citation of
Kaddish and
Studying of
Mishnayos.

Sidney A. Deitch
DETROIT
MONUMENT WORKS

14441 W. 11 Mile Rd.

Gardner, betw. Coolidge & Greenfield

399-2711 Eve. 626-0330

MONUMENTS BY

BERG AND
URBACH

FINE MONUMENTS
SINCE 1910

13405 CAPITAL at Coolidge

OAK PARK --

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Next to Stanley Steamer

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Monuments For
All Jewish Cemeteries

SHELDON GRANITE
COMPANY
SAM GORLICK I.

(owner)

a Serving the Jewish Community

for over 60 years

368-3550

19800 WOODWARD
(Betw. 7 & 8 Mite)

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851-5100

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Located at 28500 West Six Mile Road near Middlebelt Road
Livonia, Michigan 48152
Traditional—Private Chapel—"Perpetual Care"

Ira Kaufman Chapel, Inc.

18325 W. 9 MILE RD., SOUTHFIELD

He was manager of the
regional board of the
Anti-Defamation League
of Bnai Brith and a
member of the Metropoli-
tan Council of the Ameri-
can Jewish Congress. He
also served on the Corn-
mission on Synagogue
Relations of the Federa-
tion of Jewish Philan- •
thropies.

WE 14.14143ER
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JO 4-5557

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Leon Cheifetz
of Jewish Legion

JERUSALEM — Leon
Cheifetz, a veteran of the
Jewish Legion, a former
member of the Labor
Zionist Movement in
Canada and director of
the Israel Histadrut
Campaign, died Feb. 24 in
Avi-chail, Israel.
Mr. Cheifetz was active
in efforts for Yiddish
journalism and in the
former Geverkshaften
Campaign.
Mr. Cheifetz was the
curator of the archives of
the Jewish Legion and
the director of Bet Hag-
dudim — Jewish Legion
Museum — in Avi-chail.
He led visitors through-
out the museum and cor-
responded with Jewish
Legion veterans.

Dr. Tabuer organized a
department of. modern
languages and social sci-
ences at Bronx Commu-
nity College and with the
aid of the Ford Founda-
tion, developed Operation
Second Chance and the
College Discovery Pro-
gram.

BETTY BARILL
ALEXANDER FARBER
NORMAN FILL
MOLLIE GOLDBERG
SARAH HOROVITZ
NATHAN KANE
HARVEY L. LEACH
REBECCA LIPSHITZ
SYLVIA MILLER
CHANNA REITMAN
ABRAHAM DEROVEN
RACHEL L. ELLENSON
JACOB WEINSCHENK
EPHRAIM COHN
ALEX GOLDBERG
JOHN R. HERMAN
SARAH KAPLAN
MORRIS I. MEDOW
ROBERT LEVIN
REBECCA ABEL
ISAAC AUGUST
HARRY COOPER
JACOB FINGEROOT
YETTA WEINSTEIN
LOUIS HOROWITZ
LEONARD FINKEL
LEO FRIEDLAENDER
FRANK GREENWALD
CHANA GREVNIN
ROSE KANER
TZEITEL SCHMIDEL
ABE SCHWARTZ
MAX.SPOON
MARVIN ALBERT
ETHEL ABRAMSON
MAX FRAZEIN
ROSE KATZ
BETTY N. MYERS
PEARL STEIN
LOUIS TEPER
ADOLPH BASSIN
MISHA BICKOFF
LISA BIRMAN
MARY ERNSTEIN
FANNIE FURMAN
LILLIAN PITKOWSKY
CELIA RHINESTONE
HERMAN SCHULTZ
MINNIE SHRAGER
HANNAH USHER

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