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December 08, 1978 - Image 63

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-12-08

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THE' DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

NETTIE BIEGEL, 62,
died Dec. 1. She leaves a
son, Irwin of Saddle River,
N.J.; a daughter, Mrs.
Daivd (Judith) Litvin; four
brothers, William Goose,
and David Goose and Max
Goose and Larry Goss all of
California; five sisters, Mrs.
Celia Roth of Florida, Mrs.
Ann Schonberg, Mrs. Eva
r"rson of California, Mrs.
ley Katz and Mrs. Rose
ulialikin of Sunrise, Fla.;
and seven grandchildren.
* * *
PETER BOESKY, 80,
23105 Providence Dr.,
Southfield, died Nov. 30.
Survived by a sister, Mrs.
Herman (Jean B.) Miller;
nieces, nephews and
cousins.
* * *
GOLDIE CITRIN, 79,
5555 Apple Ridge, West
Bloomfield, died Dec. 1.
Survived by her husband,
Harry E.; a daughter, Mrs.
Irving (Evelyn) Stevens; a
brother, William
Chabensky;- three sisters,
Mrs. Kate Weine, Mrs.
Frances Berman and Mrs.
Hyman (Mollie) Hodes; and
three grandchildren.
* * *
MAX EAGLE, 90, 13191
Troy, Oak Park, died Nov.
30. Survived by a son, Leo;
two daughters, Mrs. Irving
(Sally) Farber and Mrs.
Henry (Ruth) Klein of
North Hollywood, Calif.;
nine grandchildren and six
great-grandchildren.
* * *
ROSALIE ELIASOHN,
former Detroiter of Lans-
ing, died Nov. 29. She leaves
her husband, Jack; a son,
Michael; a daughter, Julie;
a brother, Irwin Glasser of

The Family
of the Late

ARTHUR
JAFFIN

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

The Family
of the Late

MARILYN
SILVERMAN /

Acknowledges with
-ateful appreciation
) many kind ex-
p). 2.ssions of sympathy
extended by relatives
and friends during the
family's recent be-
reavement.

-

The Family
of the gate

FRANK •
TANNER

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

1

OBITUARIES

Southfield; and a sister, Fred of Chadds Ford, Pa.; leaves a son, Allen E.; four
Mrs. Harold (Marcia) two sisters, Mrs. Irving grandchildren and ,five
Singer of Demarest, N.J. (Martha)
Bialkin
of great-grandchildren.
Interment Lansing.
* * *
Scottsdale and Mrs. Ber-
* * *
HENRIETTA WEIN-
nard (Marge) Bialkin of
REBECCA RACHEL Southfield; and two ER, 77, died Dec. 3. She
_FRIEDMAN, 92, 19639 W. grandchildren. Interment leaves two brothers, Isadore
Berger and Howard Berger;
12 Mile, Southfield, died Scottsdale.
* * *
two sisters, Mrs. Esther
Dec. 4. Survived by a son,
Dr. Morris; ancipa.daughter,
MARY LOU KNIGHT, Isaacs of Florida and Mrs.
Sarah.
50, died Dec. 1. She leaves Harriette Kayes.
* * *
* * *
her husband, Leo; a son,
ELEANOR GASSEL Randy; two daughters,, Mrs.
SAMUEL ZUGER, 95,
GARD, 71, died Dec. 3. She Stephen (Linda) Johnson 26051 Lahser, Southfield,
leaves two brothers, Louis and Mrs. John (Vicki) Lang; died Dec. 5. Survived by two
Gassel of Grayling and her mother, Mrs. Grant sons, Seymour and Isreal
Judge Sidney Gassel of At- (Mary) Cooper; two and Harry of Joplin, Mo.;
lanta, Mich.; and a sister, brothers, Jack Cooper and eight grandchildren and
Lillian Gassel.
James Cooper; and a sister, three great-grandchildren.
* * *
Mrs. Stanley (Peggy)
CELIA GOROSH, 80, Wakula.
* * *
Milton Mittenthal
died Dec. 3. She leaves two
sons, Martin and Leonard of
MORRIS (MORRY)
Milton Mittenthal, a
Mobile, Ala.; two daugh- LAZARUS, 54, 18664 Hill- manufacturer's representa-
ters, Mrs. Bernard (Betty) crest, Livonia, died Dec. 3. tive for hotel furniture, died
Racklin and Mrs. David Survived by his wife, Rhea; Dec. 1 at age 78.
(Charlotte) Michaelson; a two sons, David and Leslie;
A native and former De-
sister, Mrs. Harry (Shirley) two brothers,. Barnett and troiter, Mr. Mittenthal
Agen; 13 grandchildren and Harry; two sisters, Mrs. lived in California for the
seven great-grandchildren. James (Hannah) Wilkus past 17 years. He resided in
* * * and Sarah.
Los Angeles at the time of
* * *
SAM HAROLD, 64, died
his death:-
Dec. 1. He leaves his wife,
HAROLD S. MAHLER,
was a past president of
Selma; a son, Edward; two 60, died Dec. 1. He leaves the He Furniture
Club of De-
daughters, Mrs. Merle his wife, Adelle; children, troit, and a member of Cong.
(Barbara) Stocker of Mary- Mrs. Raphael (Joan) Pevos, Shaarey Zedek, Hannah
land Heights, Mo., and Mrs. Dianne of Cincinnati, Paula
Schloss Old Timers and the
David (Mardi) Rosenberg; of Ann Arbor, Robert Rubin Furniture Travelers of
two brothers, Martin and and Mrs. Leslie Krauz; Michigan. He was
Isadore; a sister, Mrs. Louis three brothers, Milton, Irv- graduated from Central
H. (Betty) Wexler; and ing and Donald; a sister, High School.
three grandsons.
Mrs. Morey (Esther) Ab-
He leaves his wife, Mar-
*. *
rahams; and three ion; a son, Stuart of Hun-
ABRAHAM HAUER, grandchildren.
tington Woods; a daughter,
* * *
98, 27140 Sutherland,
JACK MEDVIN, 74, Mrs. Jerome (Luane) Mic-
Southfield, died Dec. 1. Sur-
vived by a son, David; three 4462 Ramsgate, Bloomfield kell of Beverly Hills, Calif.;
four grandchildren.
daughters, Mrs. Harry Hills, died Nov. 30. He and
(Mollie) Stein, Mrs. Julius leaves his wife, Judith; a Interment Detroit.
(Bertha) Stobinsky and daughter, Mrs. Gerald
Robert Sontag
Mrs. Harry (Sophie) Fal- (Suzanne) Kirschner; a
koff; 12 grandchildren and brother, Lewis of Florida; a
Robert I. Sontag, a sheet
sister, Jeanette -of Akron,
18 great-grandchildren.
metal worker, died Dec. 2 at
* * *
Ohio; and two grandsons.
age 56.
* * *
MOLLIE (WEINS-
A native Detroiter, Mr.
IDA
PIERCE,
67,
32225
TEIN) HOFFMAN, 89,
Sontag
was a member and
26051 Lahser, Southfield, Tareyton, Farmington
past commander of the
Hills,
died
Nov.
30.
Sur-
died Nov. 30. Survived by
Shapiro Post of the Jewish
four daughters, Mrs. Edna vived by her husband,
War
Veterans, vice
Hammer, Mrs. Carl (Be- Louis; two sons, Paul and
president of the JWV
Warren;
and
five
rtha) Gussin, Ms. Miriam
Memorial Home Associa-
Gordon and Mrs. Jean Be- grandchildren.
tion, junior vice president of
* * *
cker; two sisters, Pearl
the Department of Michi-
RUTH RAPOPORT, 63,
Simon of Brooklyn, N.Y.,
gan JWV, a member of Bhai
22045
W.
Eight
Mile,
De-
and Mrs. Ann Braunstein of
Brith and the sheet metal
troit,
died
Nov.
30.
Survived
Hollywood, Fla:; and six
workers Local No. 80. He
by her mother, Mrs. Lottie
grandchildren.
resided at 23120 Parklawn,
* * *
Rapoport; and a brother,
Oak Park.
Abraham.
EVA JACKSON, 92,
* * *
He leaves his wife, Shir-
died Nov. 30. She leaves a
ley; three sons, Theodore of
MORRIS HERMAN
daughter, Mrs. Milton (Syl-
Clearwater, Fla., John and
48, 24360
Via) Gottesman; a son, New- SILBER,
Howard; a daughter, Mrs.
ton of Los Angeles; four Knollwood Dr., Novi, died
Kennett (Deborah) Routin;
grandchildren and six Nov. 30. Survived by his
a sister, Fredda Boyarsky;
wife,
Shirley;
a
son,
Richard
great-grandchildren.
and five grandchildren.
* * *
A.; a daughter, Marcy; a
NATHAN KING, 76, brother, Joel; a sister, Mrs.
died Dec. 4. He leaves his Leon (Esther) Brodsky of
Rabbi Dulzin,
wife, Mary; a daughter, Ventura, Calif.; and one
WZO
Leader's -
Geraldine Fenton of grandchild. * * *
Father Dies
California; a brother,
'ROBERT
Hyman Katz of Thornhill, SKOLNICK, 28, PAUL
JERUSALEM (JTA)
25500
Ontario; a sister, Mrs. Irv- Concourse, Southfield, died
Rabbi Avraham Moshe
ing (Rose) Rosenthal; and Dec. 2. Survived by his par-
Dulzin, father of World
three grandsons.
Zionist
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Morris
Organization
* * *
Executive Chairman Leon
(Eva) Skolnick; and a sister,
BENJAMIN KIR- Barbara. -
Dulzin, is dead. He was 88.
SHMAN, 76, of Scottsdale,
* * *
Rabbi Dulzin, born in
Ariz., died Dec. 4. Survived
HYMAN STEIN, 94, of
Minsk, immigrated to Israel
by his wife, Irene; a son, Southfield died Dec. 5. He
from Mexico in 1976.

,

Friday, December 8, 1918 63

Irving Engel 87 Noted Attorney

,

NEW YORK (JTA)— Irv-
, ing M. Engel, a prominent
New York lawyer,
worldwide champion of
human rights and a leading
figure in American Jewish
community affairs for many
years, died Dec. 4 at age 87.
Engel was an honorary
president of the American
Jewish Committee. He
served as national president
of the AJCommittee from
1954 to 1959.
Born in Birmingham,
Ala., Mr. Engel was
graduated from Yale Uni-
versity Law School Magna
Cum Laude in 1913.
Throughout his career, he
was active in the field of
human rights, including the
Civil rights movement in the
United States.
During his tenure as
president of the AJCom=
mittee, he was made a
member of the French
Legion of Honor "for his
international activities

Joseph Modell

Joseph Modell, founder
and owner of Modell Iron
and Metal Co., died Dec. 2 at
age 91.
Born in Poland, Mr. Mod-
ell lived 67 years in Detroit.
He retired from his com-
pany in 1960. The company
was founded in 1920. He
was a member of Temple
Emanu-El and the Masons.
He leaves his wife, Celia;
two sons, Saul and Harry;
three daughters, Mrs. Rose
Fishman, Mrs. Louis
(Mildred) Kaplan and Mrs.
Saul (Joan) Kalt; a brother,
Solomon of Miami Beach,
Fla.; 11 grandchildren and
nine great-grandchildren.

Sidney A. Deitch
DETROIT
MONUMENT WORKS

14441 W. 11 Mile Rd.

Gardner, b•tsv Coolid9. & Gr••nfi•ld

399-2 7 1 1 Eve. 626-0330

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

MONUMENTS BY

BERG
URBACH

AND

FINE MONUMENTS
SINCE 1910

1 3405 CAPITAL at Coolidge
OAK PARK - LI 4-2212
Next to Stanley Steamer

on behalf of human
rights" and was admitted
to the grand order of
Nicham Iftikhar, the
Tunisian Legion of
Honor.
In tribute to his accom-
plishments, the AJCommit-
tee established the Irving
M. Engel Fund for Social
Justice in 1971 on the occa-
sion of his 80th birthday.

WE REMEMBER I

During the coming

week Yeshivath
Beth Yehudah will
observe the Yahr-
zeits of the follow-
ing departed
friends, with the
traditional Memo-
rial Prayers, recita- .
tion of Kaddish
and Studying of
Mishnavos.


KISLEV DEC
BERNICE BERMAN
10 10
ALEX COHEN
10 10
JOSEPH DEUTSCH
10 10
JACOB FINK
10 10
JOSEPH GORMAN
10 10
SAM HOROWITZ
10 10
ESTHER KRANSBERG
10 10
ABE LANGWALD
10 10
ROSE H. SOLOMON
10 10
SALLY YOUNG
10 10
HARRY BROWN
11 -11
SARAH BURNSTINE
11 11
ISIDORE GARBER
11 11
RABBI SHRAGA F. _
KAHANA
11 11
DAVID KATLER
11 11
CAHRLES A. KOMER
11 11
JEANETTE SCHLOSS
11 11
JENNIE SHEAR
11 11
FRANK SKOLNIK
11 11
CHAYA R. bas YECHIEL
12 12
CHAIM D. ben RUBEN
12 12,
SAMUEL P. GOLDSTEIN
12 121
RUBIN W. KAPLAN '
12 12
SANFORD L. KETCHEN
12 12
ARTHUR MOSS
12 12
DAVID PINSKER
12 12
REBECCA RUBIN
12 12
CHANNAN B.R. SHMUEL
12 12
'LOTTIE SALZMAN
- 12 12
'SEYMOUR TILCHIN
12 12
CLARA ZAHLER
12 12
'ESTHER ECKMEN
13 13
SIDNEY GOULD
13 13
MORRIS H. KANER
13 13
ALICE KATZ
13 13
MARY KRASS
13 13
LENA G. LAVINE
13 13
IDA MENKOWITZ
13 13
REGINA NEIMARK
13 13
REBECCA RABINOWITZ
13 13
WILLIAM ROTHMAN
13 13
ZELDA VINIKOFF
13 13
JACK ZALMANOW
13 13
JULIUS GOLDMAN
14 14
MOSES GROSSBERG
14 14
BESSIE KNOPPOW
14 14
SANDOR S. SHAPIRO
14 14
MARY REBECCA LEVIN
14 14
SOLOMON ABRAMS
15 15
MAX BERNBERG
15 15
SARAH FRANK
15 15
LYMAN HARRIS
15 15
MAX LEVITSKY
15 15
NATHAN SHCOLNIK
15 15
ARTHUR E. SCHERR
15 15
NATHAN SHIOVITZ
15 15
LILLIAN CHERNICK
16 16
ROY C. COHEN
16 16
DAVID FARBER
16 16
MICHAEL FEIGELMAN
16 16
BAIZEL FOGEL
16 16
FREDA FRAZEIN
16 16
BEULAH GAYLORD -
16 16
BEN HELFEND
16 16
MICHAEL WEISS
16 16

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