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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-09-29

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Harry Goodwin , Contractor, 72

Harry A. Goodwin, an ters, Mrs. Martin ( Mary)
electrical contractor and Hollander of Miami Beach,
former co-owner of Comet Fla., Mrs. Sol (Sally) Fein-
Electric, died Sept. 24 at age . berg and Mrs. William
72.
(Rose) Weinstein; 13
Born in Russia, Mr. grandchildren and four
Goodwin lived 40 years in great-grandchildren.
Detroit. He was in the elec-
trical contracting business
for 22 years. He was .a Samuel Levine
member of the Oak Park
Samuel Levine, retired
Lodge of the Masons and past president of Levine
Local 58 of the Interna- Waste Paper Co. and Active
tional Brotherhood of Elec- Box Co., died Sept. 20 at age
trical Workers.
80.
He leaves his wife, Ann;
A native Detroiter, Mr.
three sons, Albert, Dr. Her- Levine was a member of the
and Murray; a daugh- Hannah Schloss Old Tim-
Mrs. Irving (Shirley) ers, Bnai Brith and a former
;.his mother, Mrs. Ben- member of Cong. Shaarey
jamin (Dora) Sokolsky; a Zedek.
brOther, Charles; three sis-
He leaves a son, Donald
B.;
a sister, Mayme; and one
In Loving Memory of
grandson.
Mother, Grandmother,

Great-Grandmother
and Sister

ROSE BELLE
BRENNER

Who passed away Oct.
3, 1975. Sadly missed
and always remem-
bered by her children,
grandchildren, great-
grandchildren and sis-
ter. The Seyburn, Sch-
lain and Brenner
families and sister
Frances Uhr.

The Family
of the Late

HENRY L.
SCHIFF

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

Mildred Lewis
And Sons,
Gilbert and David,

Wish to thank our
dear relatives and
friends for their kind-
ness to us following the
recent death of our be-
loved mother and
grandmother

AGNES
YARROWS

BENJAMIN GORDON
ALLER, 78, former De-
troiter of Chicago, Ill., died
Sept. 24. Survived by his
wife, Dorothy; a sister,
Doraline Weston of Oak
Park. Interment Chicago.
* * *
ROSE BERMAN, 71,
died Sept. 21. She leaves
three sons, Louis, Dr. Ber-
nard of Davison and Har-
vey; and , one
granddaughter.
* * *
FAYE BLAVIN, 71, died
Sept. 25. She leaves two
sons, Harvey and Larry; two
daughters, Mrs. Stuart (Su-
san) Levine and Mrs. Robert
(Harriet) Wolok; six sisters,
Mrs. Rae Weiss, Mrs. Betty

In Loving Memory Of

DAVE COOPERMAN

Like Falling leaves the years go by,

But precious memories never die.
Who _passed away Oct. 3, 1968 (12th of
Tishri). Sadly,; missed by daughters, Mrs. J.
Walter (Carole) Jonas and Mrs. Ronald
(Frances) Stewart; grandchildren, Laur-
ence, Michele, Rachele, Lisa, Douglas,
David and Scott.

In Loving Memory of Our Dear
Husband, Father and Zadye

ISAK SCHWARZBERG

Oct. 4, 1973
Five long years have passed since you left
us on that sad night. We all miss you and
treasure 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, Tola;
children and grandchildren.

- The Family of the Late

BETTY L. SCHLESINGER

Acknowledges with grateful apprecia-
tion the many kind expressions of sym-
pathy extended by relatives and friends
during the family's recent bereavement.

The Family
of the Late

FREDA
GREEN

Announces tire un-
veiling of a monument
in her memory 10:30
a.m. (new time) Sunday,
Oct. 1 at Oakview
CP netery. Rabbi
baum and Cantor
n will officiate.
atives and friends
are asked to attend.

The Family
of the Late

ESTHER
ZLOTZHIK

Announces the un-
veiling of a monument
in her memory 1 p.m.
Sunday, Oct. 8, at He-
brew Memorial Park.
Rabbi Goldschlag will
officiate. Relatives and
friends are asked to
attend.

OBITUARIES

Garland, Mrs. Morton
(Sadie) Forman, Mrs. Harry
(Eleanor) Eisen, Mrs. Sid-
ney (Ann) Lieberman and
Mrs. Sol (Norma) Stoller;
and eight grandchildren.
* *
ETHEL DANTE, 67,
died Sept. 24. She leaves a
son, Jerome Klein; and two
grandsons.

WE REMEMBER


* *

*
EDNA MARCUS, 88,
29450 Marimoor, South-
field, died Sept. 26. Sur-
vived by a son, Abraham;
and three grandchildren.
Interment New York.
* * *
MARY MATLEN, 88,
15075 Lincoln, Oak Park,
died Sept. 26. Survived by
four sons, Louis of
Sepulveda, Calif., Ab-
raham, Hyman and Robert
I. of Chatsworth, Calif.; two
daughters, Mrs. Jack
(Seyma) Zonder and Mrs.
Jonas (Rose) Berk of Dallas,
Texas; two sisters, Mrs.
Pauline Zfass and Mrs.
Leah Abramson of Norfolk,
Va.; 22 grandchildren and
12 great-grandchildren.

* * *

In this period of somber reflections we
pause to pay tribute to those members of
the Hannah Schloss Old Timers who have
departed.

We pay tribute to their memory for their
friendship, and for all the good deeds that
marked their active lives.

Our heartfelt sympathies go to their
families.

The Family
of the Late

JOSEPH'
WAGNER

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

'EIRA KAU fMAN C

Directors of Funerals

troit, died Sep c. - 25. Sur-
vived by four sons, Peter,
Saul, Abraham of Los
Angeles, Calif., and Isadore
of Boulder, Colo.; two
daughters, Mrs. Harold
(Mildred) Weiss and Sara of
Bel Aire, Md.; 11
grandchildren and five
great-grandchildren.

three daughters, Mrs. Alvin
(Helene) Beltzman, Mrs.
Irwin (Edith) Sweetwine of
Westland and Mrs. Theo-
dore (Gloria) Pianko; two
brothers, Charles Ellis and
Max Ellis of Port Huron;
two sisters, Mrs. Sarah
Williams and Mrs. Gay
Tierney of Italy; and five
grandchildren. '
** *
* * *
HYMAN H. FINEMAN ,
BARRY L. RIKLIN, 36,
REBECCA SUGAR-
former Detroiter of Los died Sept. 21. He leaves a MAN, 78, of Roslindale,
Angeles, Calif., died Sept . son, Arik of Israel; a daugh- Mass., died recently. She is
26. Survived by nephews ter, Danielle; his mother, survived by a son, Arthur of
Leonard Robbins of Los Mrs. Sylvia Riklin; and a Southfield; a daughter,
Angeles, Martin of sister, Debora.
Miriam Laserson of
** *
Pennsylvania and Telson;
Everett,
Mass.;
six
and two nieces, Mrs. Evelyn
BERT ROSSMAN, grandchildren and three
Robbins of Oak Park and former Detroiter of Sedalia, great-grandchildren.
Mrs. Selma Conner of Mo., died Sept. 23. Survived Interment Woburn, Mass.
Brigham City, Utah.
by his wife, Dorothy; a son,
** *
Harlan of Castleberry, Fla.;
IRVING S. KAUFMAN, a daughter, Mrs. Robert
58, 25547 Lincoln Terrace (Sandra) - Greene of
During the coming
Dr., Oak Park, died Sept. Flagstaff, Ariz.; a brothel;
week Yeshivath
22. Survived by two sons, Allen of Oak Park; three
Beth Yehudah will
Dr. Jack A. and Andrew S.; sisters, Mrs. Lou (Jessie)
observe the Yahr-
a daughter, Esther P.; two Shapero, Mrs. Hyman (Lil-
zeits of the follow-
sisters, Mrs. Lillian Kord- lian) Cohen and Mrs.
ing departed
friends, with the
ner of Richardson, Texas, Abram (Rebecca)
traditional Memo-
and Mrs. Selma Fishman.
Rabinovitz, all of Oak Park;
* * *
rial_Prayers, recita-
and two grandchildren.
tion of Kaddish
DAVE KRE. SNO, 60, Interment Sedalia.

* * .*
and Studying of
died Sept. 26. He leaves a
Mishnavos.
son, Norman N. Robbins;
REBECCA RUBIN-
two granddaughters and BER, 99, former Detroiter
two great-grandchildren.
of Ft. Lauderdale, Fla, died
TISHRI OCT.
• *
MINNIE DINKIN
Se,pt. 23. She leaves a son,
29 1
EVELYN G. LEVIN- Maxwell Bayles; and two
EVA GLASER
29 1
JACOB
MIGDAL
29 1
SON, 93, died Sept. 19. She grandsons. Interment De-
IDA NOSANCHUX
29 1
leaves two sons, Donald and troit.
JESSIE NOVITZ
29 1
Norman of Cleveland; a
* ,* *
HARRY SHULMAN
29 ,1
MEYER H. SUROWITZ
29 1
daughter, Mrs. Donald
SOPHIE
SEEMAN,
67,
SAUL TARNOPOL
29 1
(Patt) Schwartz of 19028 Annchester, Detroit,
RABBI M. ZAGER
29 1
Evanston, Ill.; two sisters deid Sept. 24. Survived by
TILLIE BERLIN
1 2
YERUCHIM BERLIN
1 2
and five grandchildren. her husband, Abraham;
MORRIS EIZEN
1 2
Interment Chicago.

SIMON MILLION, 91,
18520 W. Seven Mile, De-

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