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August 25, 1978 - Image 55

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-08-25

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Minnie Shapiro

Ida Goldsmith, 96

Minnie Shapiro, trea-
Ida Goldsmith, a member
surer of the Cong. Beth of Jewish women's and
Moses Sisterhood and a communal organizations,
member since its founding, died Aug. 17 at age 96.
died Aug. 18 at age 90.
Born in New York, Mrs.
Born in Romania, Mrs. Goldsmith lived 94 years in
Shapiro was a life member Detroit. She was the trea-
and past president of the surer for 48 years of the
Denver, Colo., Consumptive Jewish Women European
Relief Society for more than Welfare' Organization. She
26 years.
also was a member of Miz-
She leaves two sons, rachi, Yeshivath Beth
Harry of Los Angeles, Yehudah, the Jewish Na-
Calif., and Ben Stanton; five tional Fund and Hadassah.
daughters, Mrs. Charles She resided at 15634 George
(Gloria) Kief, Mrs. Mike Washington, Southfield.
(Lillian) Alpern of East
She leaves two sons, Max
Liverpool, Ohio, Mrs. H. and Morris A.; three
Wilfred (Peggy) Cole, Mrs. daughters, Mrs. Aaron
Harold (Ruth) Weiss and (Rayetta) Soverinsky, Mrs.
Mrs. Sylvia Stern; a sister, . Louis (Janet) Waltman of
Mrs. Morris (Mary) Windsor and Mrs. Philip
Mellman of St. Louis, Mo.; (Toby) Golob; three sisters,
17 grandchildren and nine Mrs. Louis (Jennie)
great-grandchildren.
Kramer, Mrs. Morris
(Esther) Penfil and Mrs.
Dr. D. Kaufman
Abe R. (Sylvia) Rosenberg;
Dr. Daone Kaufman, an 20 grandchildren and 26
educator affiliated with the great-grandchildren.
Wayne County Community
College, died Aug. 20 at age
Mary Orrin, 69
45.
A native Detroiter, Dr.
Mary Orrin, a secretary
Kaufman earned a PhD de- in the Wayne County
gree in guidance and coun- Clerk's Office for more than
seling at the University of _ 20 years, died Aug. 18 at age
Michigan, and was awarded 69.
A native Detroiter, Miss
the degree in April 1978.
She was a member of Tem- Orrin was a member of the
ple Israel.
Wayne County Retirement
Dr. Kaufman leaves three Club, Hadassah, Women's
sons, Mike, Jim and Tom; American ORT and the
hdr parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ferndale Travel Club.
She leaves two brothers,
Ernest (Lillian) Golumbia;
a brother, Arthur Golum- Julius of Holland, Ohio, and
bia; and a sister, Mrs. George.
Charles (Sherri) Tobias.

In Memory Of Our
Beautiful and Beloved

The Family
of the Late

REBECCA
MILLER

Acknowledges with
grateful appreciation
the many kind expres-
sions of sympathy ex-
tended by relatives and
friends during the fami-
ly's recent bereave-
ment.

CONNIE

Gone forever, but
sadly missed and loved
by all her family.

ZAL AARON, 68, 22529

Bellbrook Dr., Southfield,
died Aug. 23. Survived by
his wife, Dorothy; a son,
Charles; two brothers,
Samuel of Miami, Fla., and
Cecil; two sisters, Mrs. Rose
Granitz and Mrs. Philip
(Betty) Ginsberg.
• • •

REUBEN BAGGLE-
MAN, 75, 24241 Gardner,

Oak Park, died Aug. 19.
Survived by his wife, Flor-
ence; a son, Jerry N. Balan;
a daughter, Mrs. Donald
(Jacqueline) Bernstein of
Woodland Hills, Calif.; a
brother, Samuel; four sis-
ters, Mrs. Beatrice Servet-
ter, Mrs. Alfred (Faye)
Weiner, Mrs. Jack (Rose)
Weiner and Mrs. Sol
(Dinah) Gold; and four
grandchildren.
• • •

FRED BARON,

69,

14510 Oak Park Blvd., Oak

Sam Muskat, 82

Sam Muskat, a tailor for
70 years, died Aug. 19 at age
82.
Born in Russia, Mr. Mus-
kat lived more than 65
years in Detroit and Grand
Rapids. He opened his first
tailor shop in Detroit on
Porter Street.
He was the president of
the Vilna and Chaim
Weizmann Society for many
years. He was active in the
Zionist Russian war relief
agency during World War II
and a member of the Jewish
Community Council. He re-
sided at 22680 Twyckin-
gham, Southfield.
He is survived by two
sons, Dudley Musket and
Fred Musket of East Lans-
ing; a 'daughter, Mrs. Al
(Phyllis) Rosenberg; a sis-
ter, Mrs. Clara Polinsky;
nine grandchildren and one
great-grandchild.

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Anna F. Gamsu, a
member of Jewish com-
munal organizations, died
Aug. 16 at age 92.
Born in Russia, Mrs.
Gamsu lived 51 years in De-
troit. She was a charter
member of the City of Hope
and a member of Cong.
Shaarey Zedek and Hadas-
sah.
She leaves a son, Sidney
of Dayton, Ohio; two
daughters, Mrs. Leonard
(Leanore) Sidlow of Studio
City, Calif., and Mrs. Erry
S. (Renee) Loewenthal; six
grandchildren and nine
great-grandchildren.

Frederick Carn

Frederick E. Cam, co-
founder of Cam Furniture,
died Aug. 21 at age 84.
A native Detroiter, Mr.
Cam was a life member of
Temple Israel. He served
with Gen. John Pershing on
the Mexican border prior to
World War I.
He leaves a son, Donald
J.; two daughters, Mrs.
Judith Shelden and Mrs.
Thomas (Phyllis) O'Connell
of Largo, Fla.; a sister, Mrs.
Samuel Solomon; and eight
grandchildren.

OBITUARIES

Park, died Aug. 22. Sur-
vived by his wife, Lucille;
two sons, Mark of Saginaw
and Larry; a brother, Jack
of New York City; a sister,
Mrs. Mary Zachary of New
York City; and one
grandchild.

• • •
FANNIE BORIN, 83,

25901 Stratford Pl., Oak
Park, died Aug. 18. She
leaves a son, Morris; two
daughters, Mrs. Charles
(Violet) Cash and Mrs. Jack
(Edythe) Rosner; eight
grandchildren and two
great-grandchildren.
• • •

ANDREW ROSS DE-
RMER, 2, died Aug. 18. He

leaves his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Arthur (Hedy) De-
rmer; a brother, Eric; and
his grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. Morton (Sadie) De-
rmer and Mr. and Mrs.
George (Ruth) Winger.
• • •
SOL FINK, 77, 3128
Coolidge, Royal Oak, died
Aug. 24. Survived by two
sons, David and Jack; a
daughter, Mrs. David
(Beatrice) Daniel; a brother,
Chaim of New York City;
and eight grandchildren.
• • •

WILLI HACKER, 87,

20094 Pierson, Detroit, died
Aug. 19. Survived by his
wife, Minnie; three sons,
Robert 0., Joseph of
Tamarac, Fla., and Albert of
Miami, Fla.; and seven
grandchildren.
• • •

HARRY H. KATZMAN,

70, 16210 Oxley, Southfield,
died Aug. 23. Survived by
his wife, Ida; a son, Michael;
two daughters, Mrs.
Leonard (Sharon) Mendel-
son and Mrs. Harold (Su-
san) Gayer; a brother, Man-
uel: and five grandchildren.
• • •

great-granddaughter. Serv-
ices 11:30 a.m. today at Ira
Kaufman Chapel.
* * *

68, 22132 Dante, Oak Park,
died Aug. 17. Survived by a
son, Stuart J.; two daugh-
ters, Mrs. Jacob (Sheila)
Kirsch and Sybil; a brother,
Irving of Los Angeles,
Calif.; a sister, Mrs.
Dorothy Decker; and two
grandchildren.
• • •

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Survived by two sons, Mal-

Hawaii, and Jerry of Dallas;
a daughter, Mrs. Anita
Pryce of Boulder Creek,
Calif.; a brother, Simon
Beltzman; a sister, Mrs.
Shirley Irving of Los
Angeles, Calif.; and seven
grandchildren.
• • •

BESSIE WEINER, 83,
ANNA SCHNEIDER, 26051 Lahser, Southfield,

83, died Aug. 20. She leaves died Aug. 22. Survived by
her husband, Sam; a son, three daughters, Mrs.
Arthur; a daughter, Mrs. Sherman (Helen) Fisher,
Fred (Ruth) Marcus; one Mrs. Jennie Katz and Mrs.
brother, one sister and four Jack (Beatrice) Mihaly of
Glenview, Ill.; five
grandchildren.
grandchildren and four
• • •
BESSIE SCHWIDKAY, great-grandchildren.
• • •
76,
2720 Sonora,
ARTHUR WINSTON,
Kalamazoo, died Aug. 16.
former
Detroiter
of Beverly
Survived by her husband,
Levy; a son, Herbert; and Hills, Calif., died Aug. 19.
Survived by his wife, Ka-
two grandchildren.
• • •
ren; two daughters, Jeannie
MAMIE SELIKOWITZ, and Allie; a sister, Mrs.
Simon
(Ethel) Kaplan of
83, 16874 Maryland, South-
field, died Aug. 21. Survived Southfield. Interment
by a daughter, Mrs. Hyman California._
(Rose) Fox; a brother, From
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During the corning
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REBECCA KING, 83,

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Southfield, died Aug. 23.
She leaves two daughters,
Isabel King Sweet and
Geraldine Jaffe; a brother,
I. D. Fink; two sisters, Ethel
Katz and Sadie Kahn; eight
grandchildren and one

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friends, with the
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tion of Kaddish
and Studying of
Mishnavos.

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ROSE CORMAN
MORRIS NAFTOLIN
IDA STOLINSKY
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SOPHIA KRAIZMAN
LEO SCHLOSS
EDNA SOLOMON
HAROLD EGREN
RONALD EGREN
JUUUS EWS
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PAUL LEVI
PETER MARCUS
PHILUP POLLACK
MIRIAM ELIAS
KIWE GILBERT
MORRIS M. HANNAN
SAMUEL B. PAUL
ABRAHAM SHEWITZ
MORRIS W. ZACK
ANNA BERKOWITZ
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