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March 02, 1979 - Image 55

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-03-02

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Friday, March 2, 1919 55

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

More Survivors
of Tomkiewicz

i

WE REMEMBER

During the corning

OBITUARIES

week Yeshivath
The list of survivors of
Beth Yehudah will
troiter of Los Angeles,
Hersz G. (Tzvi) Tomkiewicz
HYMAN
GOLDMAN,
Park,
died
Feb.
26.
He
A.
HERMAN
observe the Yahr-
Calif.,
died
Feb.
23.
She
,appearing in last week's
77,
died
Feb.
22.
Survived
65, 23030 leaves his wife, Gerry; a
zeits of the follow-
leaves two brothers, Gilbert
Jewish News obituary was BERKLEY,
Gardner, Oak Park, died daughter, Mrs. Sharon Kay; by his wife, Anna; three Elias and Edward Elias,
ing departed
incomplete.
friends, with the
Feb. 22. Survived by his a stepson, Dennis Lisagor; daughters, Leah Katz,
Besides cousins, Mr. and wife, Dorothy; two sons, three brothers, Meyer, Sandra Podelschne and both of Oak Park; and four
traditional Memo-
,Mrs. Nathan Sloan and Lawrence of Los Angeles, Jacob and Henry; two sis- Mrs. Mike (Marcia) sisters, Mrs. Morris (Be-
rial Prayers, recita-
rtha)
Brant
and
Miss
Sally
brothers-in-law, Dr. Moe
tion of Kaddish
Calif., and Perry J.; a ters, Mrs. George (Lillian) Lubinski; a step-daughter, Elias, both of Los Angeles,
Baumer and Samuel L. daughter, Mrs. Michelle Lloyd and Mrs. Bessie Daw- Mrs. Louis (Dorothy) Kap-
and Studying of
,Baumer, Mr. Tomkiewicz Jacoby of Las Vegas, Nev.; son; and two grandchildren. lowitz; a brother, Nathan of Mrs. Helen Nelson Ostrow
Mishnavosi
(-
also is survived by another two brothers, Samuel T. and
* * *
Wilkes-Barre, Pa.; six of Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., and
cousin, Mrs. Barbara Eddie; a sister, Mrs. Irving
AARON (ARCHIE) grandchildren and one Mrs. Robert (Rhoda)
ADAR MAR.
Franklin of Oak Park.
Raimi; two sisters-in-law, (Ida) Elkins of Margate, FREEDMAN, 75, former great-grandchild.
4
BENJAMIN BRODMAN
*
*
*
4
Interment Los Angeles.
GABRIEL N. EISMAN
Mrs. Gertrude Landay of Fla.; and three Detroiter of Miami Beach,
4
SAM ELIAS
Bethesda, Md., and Mrs.
ISABEL
* * *
MARY
Fla., died Feb. 28. Survived
4
MOE ENGEL
grandchildren.
Sophie Bloom of Chicago,
70, of
4
* * *
MEYER GREENSPOON
by his wife, Blanche; a sis- HAMILTON,
MAX STONE, 75, former
4
JOSEPH HOLTZMAN
Ill.•_,_and nieces and
MAX BERTIN, 94, of ter, Mrs. Dave (Sarah) Stein Amherstberg, Ont., died Detroiter of North Hol-
4
PHILIP KAWA
ws.
Feb. 27. She leaves her hus-
n(/
of
California;
and
nieces
4
lywood,
Calif.,
died
Feb.
25.
SHEILA
LAZOWSKY
Binghamton,
N.Y.,
died
-- J--
I._ .1. omkiewicz died Feb. Feb. 22. He leaves three and nephews. Interment band, Lester; a son, James
4
OSCAR LERCHIN
Survived by his wife, Elsie;
4
YALE LEVIN
20 at age 84.
Richards of Detroit; four
a daughter, Shirley of Bur-
sons, Sidney J. of Franklin, Miami.
4
BERTHA MIGDAL
daughters, Mrs. Edward
4
bank, Calif.; a brother,
IRVING I. MILLER
Leroy V. and Robert K. of
Louis M. Dunn
4
(Barbara) Spivack of Far-
BEN RUBENSTEIN
Harry of Oak Park; and a
Louis M. Dunn, retired Jenkintown, Pa.; a daugh- Dennis Gabor,
4
HARRY SMITH
mington Hills, Beverly
sister, Mrs. Mary Minor of
5
founder and owner of ter, Mrs. Ben (Elaine)
ADELE BROWN
Richards of Washington,
5
BELLA CHESNUK
Palos Verdes, Calif. Inter-
Dunn's Men's Wear, died Lewis; seven grandchildren Nobel Winner
5
ANNA R. CHINITZ
D.C., Mrs. Alex (Ann) Ki-
ment
North
Hollywood.
and seven great-
Feb. 27 at age 83.
5
LONDON — Prof. Dennis raly of Warren and Mrs.
DORA COHEN
* * *
5
grandchildren.
Interment
ANNA
N.
GRAFF
A native Detroiter, Mr.
Gabor, Nobel-prize winning Lloyd (Mary) Johnson of
5
BENA HEITKAMP
Dunn was in the men's wear Binghamton.
IDA

ROSENTHAL
inventor
of
holography,
died
5
SALLY HESS
Baton Rouge, La.; two sis-
* * *
business for 20 years. He
5
BELLA PATTERSON
68, Feb. 9 at age 78. -
BETTY
BOESKY,
ters, Mrs. John (Jean) SWARTZ, 68, died Feb. 28.
5
ROSE
RAI
MI
was a member of Perfection
Born
in
Hungary,
Prof.
She
leaves
a
son,
Alan;
a
died Feb. 28. She leaves her
Napier of Windsor and Mrs.
5
EVA SINGERMAN
Lodge of the Masons, Han- husband, Sol; a son, Robert; Gabor worked in Germany Walter (Betty) Joiner of daughter, Mrs. Jordan
5
LEON H. STILLWATER
5
nah Schloss Old Timers, a brother, Frank Stein of and fled to England when Niagara Falls, Ont.; 11 (Pudgy) Kahn; two sisters,
HYMAN SWEET
6
ABRAHAM
BERMAN
-Th Bnai Brith and Cong. Florida; a sister, Mrs. Ed- the Nazis came to power in grandchildren and one Mrs. Albert (Sophia) Clin-
6
MAX BERRIS
_1 Shaarey Zedek.
6
MANUEL FELDSTEIN
ward (Ethel) Feldman of 1933. He disco-vered holog- great-grandson. Interment ton and Mrs. George (Mary)
6
He leaves his wife, Sarah;
JULIUS HESS
Jackson; and three
Florida; and six raphy, the process of mak- Amherstberg.
6
SARAH
MILLER
two sons, LeRoy and David grandchildren. Services ing three-dimensional
* * *
grandsons. Services 12:45
6
DAVID H. ROM
of Phoenix, Ariz.; five 11:30 a.m. today at Iya photos with lasers and
6
p.m. today at Ira Kaufman
BERTHA WEITZMAN
87,
IDA
MARGOLIN,
6
ANNA R. WERNER
grandchildren and two
without lenses, while work-
Chapel.
Kaufman Chapel.
7
ABRAHAM
AUGUST
1924
Axtell,
Troy,
died
Feb.
** *
great-grandchildren. Serv-
* * *
ing on electron microscopes.
7
BESSIE BERRIS
24.
She
leaves
two
sons,
ices 2 p.m. today at Ira
REBECCA
TENEN-
7
LAWRENCE DEAN,
He was professor emer-
REBECCA CHARNES
William
and
George
D.
of
7
GAVRIEL
ECKMAN
Kaufman Chapel.
BAUM, 88, 13342 N. Nor-
74, of Panorama City, itus of applied electron
7
JACK
P.
ENGEL
Calif.,died Feb. 24. He physics at London's Impe- Costa Mesa, Calif.; a folk, Detroit, died Feb. 28.
7
KARL LEVIN
brother,
Meyer
Katz
of
7
Survived by two sons,
ANNA LEVINE
leaves two daughters, Mrs. rial College and was a staff
In Memoriam
7
South
Africa;
three
KATHERINE
RADNER
Nathan and Earl of
Robert (Sandra) Paskus of- scientist at CBS
7
JOSEPH SAKS
In loving memory of our
grandchildren
and
one
Windsor;
a
daughter,
Mrs.
Buena Park, Calif., and Laboratories in Stamford,
7
HYMAN SCHWARTZ
great-grandson. Interment Raymond (Minnie) Silber-
dear father Morris Pevin Mrs. Richard (Susan) Ar- Conn.
7
JANET STRAUS
7
SUSAN
TOPER
who passed away March 2,
Miami, Fla.
man; a brother, Sam Jerzy
lien of North Hollywood,
8
MICHAEL G. BARDI
Keren
Kayemet
le-Israel,
1971, five days in Adar.
*
*
*
of
Elsinore,
Calif.;
six
8
Calif.; his mother, Mrs.
MAX CITRIN
the
Jewish
National
Fund,
Sadly missed by son,
8
FREDA FREED
David (Pauline) Dean of
HELEN BODNER grandchildren and seven
8
WILLIAM
GOODMAN
George; and daughters,
Southfield; a brother, Sid- is responsible for land de- MESSING, 82, of Pontiac, great-grandchildren.
8
AARON JACKSON
Mrs. Betty Fisher, Elsie and
velopment
in
Israel.
It
has
8
ney of Chicago, Ill.; a sister,
died Feb. 24. She leaves two
MAX KOGEN
reclaimed
over
200,000
8
MONUMENT
CENTER,
INC.
Sylvia.
A.I. KORMAN
Mrs. Theodore (Dorothy)
sons, Harold Bodner and
8
MAX
LANGWALD
Masserman of Southfield; acres of land (half by drain- Seymour Bodner; a daugh-
8
661 E. 8 MILE, FERNDALE
MILTON RIBIAT
age),
planted
over
105
mil-
8
and three grandchildren.
SARA RUBENFAER
ter, Mrs. Robert (Stella)
11/2 Blocks E. of Woodward
In Loving Memory
lion
trees
and
built
1,800
8
ROSA B. SCHEY
Interment California.
Seiden; a brother, Irving
6 Blks. from 3 Jewish
of My Dear Mother
8
MENDEL
STARK
miles of road in frontier Prizant; 11 grandchildren
* * *
Cemeteries on Woodward
8
EVA TOPER
ROSE
MORRIS FELDMAN, regions and mountain and three great-
8
ISADORE WARREN.
JO 4-5557
LI 2-8266
8
RACHEL
ZAGER
66, 24760 Sussex, Oak areas.
RAIZIN
grandchildren.
9
1
MEYER APPLEBAUM
** *
and Brother
9
1
JULIUS COHEN
Sidney A. Deitch
9
1
BEN CITRIN,
SARAH PINSKY, 86,
DR. SANDER
9
1
We share the grief of the family
LOUIS
D.
FELDMAN
DETROIT
24030 Oneida, Oak Park,
9
1
BERTHA
FISCHER
RAIZIN
and friends of
MONUMENT
WORKS
9
1
died Feb. 22. She leaves two
LOTTIE GERSON
Sadly missed by
9
1
ISRAEL MALIK
14441 W. 11 Mile Rd.
sons, Harry of Alpena and
9
1
daughter and sister,
SOPHY
MEISNER
Gardner, petty. Coolidge & Greenfield
Sid Page; a daughter, Mrs.
9
1
HERMAN SCHWARTZ
Anne Talon.
Eve. 626-0330
399-2
711
9
1
Leonard (Dorothy) Green-
ROSE TEMCHIN
9
1
BENJAMIN TOPOR
baum; five grandchildren
All his efforts and his very being ex-
11 10
ROSE ARONOFF
and six great-
11 10
MONUMENTS BY
SARAH BASS
pressed his belief in Eretz Yisrael, l'Am Yis-
11 10
MAX E. CHARNESS
grandchildren.
rael al pi Torat Yisrael.
11 10
In Loving Memory
* * *
KAREN EINHONN
11 10
HARRY FABER
of Our Dear Sister
AND
Mizrachi-Hapoel Hamizrachi
ROSE RING, 77, 20680
11 10
ANNE KAUFMAN •
11 10
LILLIAN
MAURICE LEVIN
Knob Woods Dr., South-
of Metropolitan Detroit
11 10
SAMUEL LIBERSON
field, died Feb. 28. No
SANDLES
11 10
LOUIS MENENBERG
11 10
known survivors.
SOLOMON ROSENBERG
Feb. 10, 1968
N
** *
11 10
IDA WEIDER
Although 11 years
11 10
FINE
MONUMENTS
ERNEST
WOLFSHEIMER
ROSE SCHWARTZ, 66,
have passed since you
The
Family
Of
SINCE
1910
died
Feb.
28.
She
leaves
her
Yesnivath Beth
left us we think of you
13405 CAPITAL at Coolidge
husband, Al; two sons, Dr.
often and the fond
Yehudah
David and Kenneth; two
OAK PARK - LI 4-2212
15751 W. Lincoln Dr.
memories we have of
557-6750.
Southfield
brothers, Aaron Finkelstein
you will always be with
Next to Stanley Steamer
us- You are missed,
and Arthur Finkelstein; a
Wishes to thank all its friends and rela-
I. and remembered
sister, Mrs. Farah Berg; and
Monuments For All Jewish Cemeteries
.ys.
five grandchildren.
Your two brothers,
** *
tives for their thoughtfulness in time of the
try t p v4 -114 1158 nto ni t
two sisters-in-law and
ANNA STEIN, 60, 27425
three nephews.
Greenfield, Southfield, died
family's bereavement.
SHELDON GRANITE COMPANY
Feb. 22. Survived by her
Serving the Jewish Community for over 60 years
husband, Harry; and a son,
Abe, Larry, Linda, Marlene,
19800 WOODWARD
Sheldon H. of Cleveland,
SAM GORLICK
In Memory Of
Murray, Leah, Frieda,
(Betw. 7 & 8 Mile)
Ohio.
(owner)

ZVI TOMKIEWICZ

BERG
J URBACH

ROSE SHERMAN

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Harry and Charlene

JACK SHULMAN

On his third yahrzeit,
seventh day of Adar.
Sadly missed and not
forgotten by his sister,
Betty; and brother-in-
law, Dave.

T hE IRA

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Directors of Funerals

** *
(ELIAS)
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STEMLO, 71, former De-

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