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November 25, 1977 - Image 63

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-11-25

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THE DETROIT JEWISH 'NEWS Friday; November 25, 1977 55

OBITUARIES

Elsie Sulzberger

Elsie K. Sulzberger, a pio-
neer in promoting birth con-
trol, died Nov. 17 at age 93.
A native of Hungary, Mrs.
Sulzberger founded the
Mother's Health Clinic, a
birth control clinic, in 1927,
and in 1933 established the
Birth Control Center of Dun-
bar Memorial Hospital in
it and the North End
She was a member
of the board of the Michigan
, Birth Control League and
vice president of the Detroit
Maternal Health Section.
Mrs. Sulzberger was a
president of Temple
Beth El Sisterhood, and a
former vice president of the
Greater Detroit Section of
the National Council of Jew-
ish Women and the League
of Jewish Women's
Organizations.
She attended Hunter Col-
lege in New York and was
graduated from the
Teacher's College at Colum-
bia University in 1906. She
was the associate editor of
the Detroit Club Women's
Magazine from 1921 to 1931.
She leaves a daughter,
Mrs. Louis B. (Evalyn)
Heaveruich; three grand-
children and five great-
grandchildren.

LARRY ADELL, 16, for-
mer Detroiter of Palm
Springs, Calif. He leaves his
father, Robert of West
Bloomfield; his mother,
Mrs. Serene Adell of Farm-
ington Hills; two sisters,
Mrs. HOward (Judy Ann)
Whitken and Joan; and his
grandparents, Mrs. Char-
lotte Adell and Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph (Lee) Morris of
North Miami Beach, Fla.
Interment Detroit.
* * *
MORRIS BALOR of Los
Angeles, Calif., died Nov.
20. He leaves a son, Nathan
of Las Vegas, Nev.; two
daughters, Mrs. Norman
(Frances) Eisenshtadt of
Franklin and Mrs. Samuel
(Henrietta) Wexler of Las
Vegas, Nev. ; and six grand-
children. Interment Los
Angeles.
*
*

ESTHER * BLATT, 83,
19100 W. Seven Mile,

Detroit, died Nov. 17. Sur-
vived by two sons, Harry J.
and Bernard B. of Kansas
City, Mo. ; a daughter, Mrs.
Daniel (Sophie) LeVine;
two sisters, Mrs. Dora Mos-
cow of El Paso, Texas, and
Mrs. George (Mildred)
Gomer of Miami, Fla.; and

The Family Of The Late

IMRE LUSZTIG CENTER!

Wishes to say thank you to friends and relatives
for the respect and generosity shown them during
their recent bereavement
but
(thank you seems inadequate and words are hard to
find, so please accept our sincere thanks for being so
very kind.)

In Memory Of
NORMA GELIEBTER

June 1, 1890 to November 28, 1975

Although you left us suddenly,
you're alive in our hearts today
just as you were yesterday.
Laughing. Caring. Loving.

And you'll always remain that way
to us and others who knew you.
A wonderful Mother, Bubbie,
and Friend to all.

Our love to you today
and always,

• ■ ir.'

Bella, Ida, Jack,
Grandchildren and Great-Grandchildren

IN MEMORIAM

The HEBREW BENEVOLET SOCIETY
(Chesed Shel Emes), remembers their
departed Board Members, whose Yorzeit is
observed in the month of Kislev.
BARNEY CITRIN
JACOB • MILLER
(Sec'y.-many years)
8th of Kislev
17th of Kislev
November 18th
November 27th
LOUIS LANGWALD
BEN BRAGMAN
(Pres.-1945)
21st of Kislev
8th of Kislev
December 1st
November 18th
ISADORE NISS
ISIDORE SOSNICK
22nd of Kislev
10th of Kislev
December 2nd
November 20th
MEYER LEVIN
SAM JOSEFF
26th of Kislev
14th of Kislev
December 6th
November 24th
ISADORE ROSENBERG
29th of Kislev
December 9th

11 grandchildren.
* * *

HARRY BRICKER, 83,
died Nov. 20. He leaves a
son, Alfred D.; two daugh-
ters, Mrs. Melvin (Audrey)
Mogill and Mrs. Harry
(Pauline) Schwartz of
Alma; eight grandchildren
and one great-
granddaughter.

Rose Foreman, 80

Rose Foreman, a member
of Jewish women's organi-
zations. died Nov. 19 at age
80.
Born in Goshen, Ind.,
Mrs. Foreman was a mem-
ber of Cong. Bnai David,
Hadassah, Jewish Home for
Aged Women's Auxiliary
and Pisgah Chapter of Bnai
Brith Women.
She leaves her husband,
Louis; children, Eva Cor-
man Freed, Arthur and
Hannah; a sister, Mrs.
Rebecca Levin; three
grandchildren and four
great-grandchildren.

Maurice Miller

Maurice Miller, a leading
vacuum cleaner salesman
for Sears, died Nov. 17 at
age 62.
Born in New York, Mr.
Miller was the top Sears
vacuum cleaner salesman
for four of the past five
years and was honored for
same with an award at the
Sears National Banquet. He
was a member of Itkvah
Lodge of Bnai Brith.
He leaves his wife, Eve-
lyn; a son, Dr. David; two
daughters, Mrs. Manuel
(Dianne) Porth of Coral
Springs, Fla., and Mrs.
Martin (Rhonda) Solomon
of Chicago, Ill. ; a brother,
Dr. Samuel L. of San Fran-
cisco, Calif.; three sisters,
Mrs. Charles (Bess)
Greener of Los Angeles,
Calif., Mrs. Samuel (Lois)
Leib of West Palm Beach,
Fla., and Mrs. Alfred (Ann)
Mitteldorf; and four
grandchildren.
ROSE GROSSMAN died
Nov. 17. She was the
beloved widow of the late
I. Samuel (Gershon)
Grossman- and the dear
mother of the late Phillip
Grossman. She lived in
Detroit most of her life
and was active in various
Jewish communal and
philanthropic organiza-
tions. Surviving are a
daughter, Mrs. Michael
(Lee) Wainstock of
.._ Detroit; sons, Maurice of
Arizona and Louis of
Farmington Hills; and
eight grandchildren.

The Family
of the Late

ANN MOSCOW

Announces the unveil-
ing of a monument in
her memory 11 a.m.
Sunday, Nov. 27, at Clo-
ver Hill Park Cemetery.
Rabbi Arm will officiate.
Relatives and'friends are
asked to attend.

NATALIE CECILE CIT-
RON, 35, 2683 Newburg,

Westland, died Nov. 20. Sur-
vived by her mother, Mrs.
Sarah Citron; two sisters,
Mrs. Daniel (Joyce) Par-
sons of Port Huron and
Barbara.

* * *

- FREDA EIZELMAN,

79,
24011 Seneca, Oak Park,
died Nov. 19. Survived by
two sons, Joe and Hyman of
Lauderhill, Fla. ; a brother,
Yaacov Waks of Israel; five
grandchildren and two
great-grandchildren.

daughter, Mrs. Harold
(Adelle) Mahler of Troy;
two sisters, Mrs. Louis
(Stella) Abrams and Mrs.
Edwin I. (Selma) Black,
both of Philadelphia; six
grandchildren and one
great-granddaughter. Inter-
ment Detroit.
* * *

NAOMI MIRIAM GUN-
SAULUS, 48, of 15320 Mar-

* * *

SAMUEL FINE, 85, 15837

George Washington, South-
field, died Nov. 16. Survived
by a son, Harold; a daugh-
ter, Mrs. Irving (Katie)
Lawton; and one
grandchild.

* * *

GARY GILMORE,

41,
died Nov. 19.11e leaves two
daughters, Judith Mary and
Annette Susan; and a
brother in Europe.
* * *
HERMAN GLICKEN, 68,
died Nov-. 17. He leaves his
wife, Beatrice; two daugh-
ters, Mrs. Ronald (Mar-
jorie) Rose and Mrs. Mari-
lyn Coleman; his mother,
Mrs. Sarah Glicken; three
brothers, Philip, Edward
and Norman; two sisters,
Mrs. Ben (Shirley) Gold-
stein and Mrs. Albert (Rose-
tta) Cowan ; and three
grandchildren.
* * *

MOLLIE GOLDBERG,

low, Oak Park, died Nov. 17.
Survived by her mother,
Mrs. Sonia Price of Tel
Aviv; a son, Myron, a
daughter, Meyra; and two
brothers, Nathan Shapero of
Israel and Abba Shapero of
Elmhurst, N.Y.
* * *
ROSE KARLIN, 79, died
Nov. 21. She leaves a
brother, Ben of Los
Angeles, Calif. ; and two sis-
ters, Mrs. Ben (Bessie)
Columbus and Mrs. Harry
(Minnie) Steinberg.
* * *

14441 W. 1 1 Mile Rd.

.

Gardner, /pew. Coolidge & Greenfield

399-2 7 1 1 Eve. 626-0330

PINKUS

MONUMENT CENTER, INC;

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

LI 2-8266

JO 4-5557.

If a death
occurs away
frog

AND

FINE MONUMENTS
SINCE 1910

13405 CAPITAL at Coolidge

OAK PARK - LI 4-2212
Next to Stanley Steamer

SHELDON GRANITE

COMPANY

A telephone call to u.
gives you the assurance
that a man you know is
helping you.

We can make the desired
arrangements regardless
4i of zvhere a death occurs.

SAM GORLICK

IRA KAUFMAN CHAPEL

Serving the Jewish Community
for over 80 years

Rd.
18325 W. Nine Mile

368-3550

569-0 020

(owner)

19800 WOODWARD

(Betw. 7 8 8 Mile)

Detroit, died Nov. 17. Sur-
vived by three cousins,
Gary Lenzner, Mrs. Carl
(Joann) Fink and Mrs. Isa-
dore (Charlotte) Friedman. .

WE REMEMBER

71- 1V7t2 ;1V


Duiing• the"
coming weeki
Yeshivath Beth
Yehudah will!
.observe the
Yahrzeits of the,
following de-.
_parted friends,.
with the tradi- s,
tional Memoriaf
Prayers, recita
tion of Kaddish;
and Studying of
Mishnayos.

ROLNITZKY,

62, 19482 Rensellor, Livonia,
died Nov. 17. Survived by
his wife, Mary; a son, Jack;
a daughter, Mrs. Edward
(Celina) Pitt; two brothers,

BERG
URBACH

VV 414
Monuments For
All Jewish Cemeteries

GERTRUDE ZADEK, 79,
19100 W. Seven Mile,

ARMIN H. ORMOS,

•-
MONUMENTS BY

15114

NACHMAN WENOKUR,

79, died Nov. 22. He leaves a
son, Lee of Louisville, Ky.;
two daughters, Mrs. Milton
(Esther) Ressler and Mrs.
William (Jayne) Kellman of
Saratoga, Calif.; a brother,
George; 11 grandchildren
and one great-granddaughter.
* * *

died Nov. 22. He leaves two
_ ichard H.
sons, Jay J. and R
of East Lansing; and five
grandchildren.
* * *

82, former Detroiter of
Toledo, Ohio, died Nov. 17.
She leaves a son, Melvin
Grant of Dunedin, Fla. ; a

Sidney A. Deitch
DETROIT
MONUMENT WORKS

Sol-of Livonia and Oscar of
Brooklyn, N.Y. ;_ and one
grandchildren.
* * *

So uthfield

Ir a and

Herbert Kaufma n

KISLEV NOV.
WILLIAM DIAMOND
17 27
17 27
LEO FAERBER
17 27
MORRIS FOX
17 27
REVA ROSIN
HAROLD ELY SHIFFMAN 17 27
18 28
GUSSIE BRICKNER
HAROLD H. COHEN
18 28
NOTE BEN CHAIM GOLDSTEIN
18 28
SARAH ROCHEL BAS
18 28
SCHACHNA GOLDSTEIN
SOLOMON ALEXANDER
18 28
SCHAAP
18 28
SALLY ANN TUCKER
18 28
SAMUEL ZWIRN
18 28
MORRIS H. GOLDBERG
SHANA DINA FLORENCE 19 29
ZELDA BLOOM 19 29
ELCHONON GREENBERG 19 29
GERALDINE GREENWALD 19 29
19 29
- WILLIAM HODIES
19 29
IDA MARGOLIN
19 29
ABRAM ROTHBERG
19 29
LOUISE SILVERSTEIN
19 29
YANCHAIR, NATHAN
20
30
FANNY AUGUST
20 30
ABRAHAM BELFER
20 30
ISADORE BLITZER
20 30
SAMUEL BORTNICK
20 30
GUSSIE CARDASH
20 30
JOSEPH EPSTEIN
20 30
YACHET KLEIN
20 30
GEORGE LEO MILMET
20 30
ESTHER ROTHBERG
20 30
JOSEPH SEGERMAN
20 30
MARY SIMON
DEC
21 1
ANNA CAPLAN
21 1
NORMAN CHASON
21 1 -
MAX GELLER
21 1
SARAH ETHEL GOTTLIEB
21 1
NELSON GORDON HALL
21 1
MARY KAPLAN
21 1
HARVEY SIMON
21 1
E. S. WOLFSON
22 2
ANNA BORIN
22
2
HARRY S. CLAYMAN
22 2
ANNA DUCHAN
22 2
JULIUS GOLD
22 2
FANNIE GOLDBERG
22 2
IDA KESSELMAN
22 2
ESTHER KIRSH
22 2
MIRIAM PAPELANSKY
22
2
MARY PELTZ
23 3
ELIZABETH FENYVESI
23 3
MARCUS GINSBERG
23 3
SOPHIE GLADSTONE
23 3
PAULINGE GOLDEN
GERTRUDE GRUNT
23 3
MICHAEL KATZ
23 3
ISAAC KELMANOVITZ
23 3
ROSE LEVY
23 3
NATHAN MARCUS
23 3
BENJAMIN MASON ;
23 3
DAVID MORRIS
. 23 3
MAX RADIN
23 3
ABRAHAM C. ROSEN _
23 3
SAMUEL SCHEINFIELD
23 3
HERMAN SEPPEN
23 3
JACOB ZITRINE
23 3

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