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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-03-23

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Sam Madorsky

Sam Madorsky, who with
his parents owned the
Riverside Hotel in Mt. Cle-
mens, died March 20 at age
66.
Born in Cyprus Island,
Mr. Madorsky made his
home in Detroit. He owned
the L and M Vending Co. in
Warren. He was a member
of Cong. Beth Tephilath
Moses in Mt. Clemens and
Harvey Levenburg Lodge of
Bnai Brith. He resided at
.11277 Common Rd., War-
ren.
-
survived by his wife,
Fr
two sons, Dr. Erwin
I. and Dr. M. David; three
daughters, Mrs. Stanley
(Natalie) Elman of Summit,
N.J., Mrs, Roger (Sara)
Spitz of Coral Springs, Fla.,
and Marilyn of Madison,
Wis.; two brothers, Max of
Daytona Beach, Fla., and
Morris; three sisters, Mrs.
Louis (Sylvia) Fish of Sioux
City, Iowa,. Mrs. Bessie
.Gornetzsky of Brooklyn,
N.Y., and Mrs. Jennie
Shockman of Cherry Hill,
N.J.; and eight
grandchildren.

-

Esther Colburn

Esther Mae Colburn, an
active member of Jewish
communal organizations,
died March 20 at age 83.
Born in Detroit, Mrs. Col-
burn was a member of Cong.
Shaarey Zedek, National
Council of Jewish Women,
-- Women's American ORT,
Hadassah and Pioneer
Women.
She leaves two sons, Les-
- lie and Sherwood; two
brothers, Harold Salasnek
and Arthur Salasnek; two
sisters, Lillian Salasnek
and Mrs. Rose Finsilver;
nine grandchildren and two
great-grandchildren.

MORRIS BISTROW,

86, former Detroiter of
Houston, Texas, died March
18. Survived by a son,
Seymour of Southfield; two
daughters, Mrs. Isaac
(Dorothy) Tapper and Mrs.
Solly (Ruth) Moglovkin,
both of Houston; nine
grandchildren and two
great-grandchildren. In-
terment Houston.

ANNE COOPER, 67,
20220 Patton, Detroit, died
March 19. Survived by a sis-
ter, Mrs. Sidney (Yetta)
Ketchen; nieces and
nephews.

* * *
EMANUEL DANZIG,

72, former Detroiter of
Miami Beach, Fla., died
March 19. Survived by his
wife, Sally; and two
brothers, Harry of South-
field and Dr. Meyer of
Lexington, Mass. Interment
Miami.

** *
JACK DECHTER, 66,

former Detroiter of San Di-
ego, Calif., died March 14.
Survived by his wife, Belle;
two sons, Alvin of Oregon
and Mitchell of Clarkston;
three sisters, Mrs. Abe
(Clara) Kanee, Mrs. Ben
(Alice) Goldman and Mrs.
Harry (Fanny) Perles, all of
Winnipeg, Manitoba; and
four grandchildren. ,Inter-
ment San Diego.
** *

SARA H. GALPERIN,

former Detroiter of Miami
Beach, Fla., died March 17.
Survived by her husband,
Harry; a son, Arnold of
Miami; a daughter, Mrs.
Joy Gorosh of Miami; two
brothers, Sol Millman of
San Diego, Calif., and Al-
bert Millman of Detroit; and
four grandchildren. Inter-
ment Miami.
** *

ANNA GERSHMAN,

ALBERT
JACOBS

-
3-29-78
Beloved husband of
Anne, beloved father
and grandfather. Sadly
missed and always in
our hearts.

77, died March 16. She
leaves a brother, Abram
Cohen of Clearwater, Fla.;
two sisters, Mrs. Esther
Pearlstein of New York and
Mrs. Freida Borenstein. of
San Francisco, Calif.;
nephews and nieces.
* * *

BENJAMIN GERTS-
MAN, 77, 4750 Woodward,

Detroit, died March 21.
Survived by a sister, Mrs.
Rebecca Morros.

In Loving Memory Of

BESSIE
LEPOFSKY

Who left us on March
28, 1978. Sadly missed
i always in the hearts
of her husband, chil-
dren, grandchildren
and • great-

grandchildren:

In Loving
Memory Of

** *
MARILYN HER-
SHMAN, 42, 28430 Brooks

Ln., Southfield, died March
21. Survived by. her hus-
band, Irving; a son, Stuart;
a daughter, Renee Sharon;

The Family
of the Late

MORRIS
GOLDSMITH

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

LOUIS WEBNE

Who passed away
March 22, 1978. Sadly
missed by his wife,
daughters and grand-.
childten.

TI—IE I

OBITUARIES

her mother, Mrs. Rose
Mutchnick; a brother, Dr.
Milton Mutchnick of Ann
Arbor; and a sister, Mrs.
William (Beverly) Leuch-
ter.

LEON KASOF, 56,
former Detroiter of Beverly
Hills, Calif., died March 21.
Survived by his wife, Helen
Golde; a son, Joey; and a
daughter, Audrey. Inter-
ment Los Angeles.
* * *
OSCAR H. LEVY, 63,
died March 15. He leaves
his wife, Lucille; a son,
Michael of Los Angeles,
Calif.; a daughter, Mrs.
Norman (Ronna) Rosen;
three brothers, Ira, Carl and
Jack of Waco, Texas; and a
sister, Mrs. George (Jean)
Kramer of Salt Lake City,
Utah.
* * *
ROSE LIFSHITZ, 82,
died March 17. She leaves
three daughters, Mrs. Sam
(Sylvia) Isaacs, Mrs. Harry
(Belle) Brown and Mrs.
Perry (Sybil) Goldman;
three sisters, Mrs. Nathan
(Hinda) Shapiro of British
Columbia, Mrs. Louis
(Edith) Frankel of Califor-
nia and Mrs. Nathan (Pearl)
Sterman of Buffalo, N.Y.;
two grandchildren and two
great-grandchildren.
* * *

JOSEPH MANDELL,

77, former Detroiter of
North Miami, Fla., died
March 15. He leaves his
wife; Louise; two daughters,
Mrs. Charles (Barbara)
Stone and Mrs. Kenneth
(Suzan) Lynn; three sisters,
Mrs. Herbert (Alice) Lipson,
Mrs. Rubin (Sylvia) Golds of
Los Angeles, Calif., and
Mrs. Sol (Sadie) Kaplan of
North Miami Beach; and six
grandchildren. Interment
Detroit.

* * *
IDA MOLONON, 69,

19807 Greenfield, Detroit,
died March 15. Survived by
her husband, Abe.; a step-
son, Sherwin; her mother,
Mrs. Anna Cutler; four
brothers, Louis Cutler,
Morris Cutler, Eli Cutler
and Julius Cutler; two sis-
ters, Mrs. Eli (Faye)
Malinoff of Margate; Fla.,
and Mrs. Alvin (Blanche)
Levine; and three

B. Verbitsky, 71
Fiction Writer

BUENOS AIRES (JTA)
— Bernardo Verbitsky, one
of Argentina's foremost fic-
tion writers, died March 16
at age 71.
A few months ago he re-
ceived the Argentine Gon-
court Prize for his novel,
"Sister Shadow, Sister
Loneliness."
Mr. Verbitsky, who was
born in Buenos Aires, be-
came famous with the pub-
lication of his novel, "Slums
Are Also America" (1957).

grandchildren.
* * *

IDA NATHANSON, 74,

former Detroiter of Miami
Beach, Fla., died March 15.
Survived by her husband,
Sam; two sons, C;erald and
Robert; two daughters, Mrs.
Ruth Flaschen and Mrs.
Beverly Kruger; a brother,
Max Klesmer; two sisters,
Mrs. Mary Rothman and
Mrs. Sarah Saltzman; 10
grandchildren and two
great-grandchildren. In-
terment Miami.
* * *

ISADORE NEWMAN,

89, 15100 W. 10 Mile, Oak
Park, died March 17. Sur-
vived by a son, Harry; four
daughters, Mrs. George
(Celia) Losh of North Hol-
lywood, Calif., Mrs. Aaron
L. (Anne) Karp, Mrs. Max
(Blanche) Lakritz and Mrs.
Jack (Gloria) Siegel of
Sherman Oaks, Calif.; 13
grandchildren and 16
great-grandchildren.
* * *

LILLIAN PUSHKIN,

89, 19100 W. Seven Mile,
Detroit, died March 16.
Survived by a daughter,
Mrs. Myron L. (Jacqueline)
Milgrom; a brother, Saul J.
Schaps of Chicago, Ill.; and
four granddaughters.
* * *
JOHN A. RESH, 57,
died March 19. He leaves
two sons, Milton and Joel;
his mother, Mrs. Benjamin
B. (Ethel) Resh; a sister,
Mrs. Morton (Helen) Miller;
and two granddaughters.
* * *
DAVID ROSS, 69,
former Detroiter of Miami
Beach, Fla., died March 17.
He leaves his wife, Gail; a
son, Stephen M. of New
York; a daughter, Sharon
Linda of Southfield; two
brothers, Jack J. and Ar-
thur, both of Los Angeles,
Calif.; and a sister, Mrs.
Ann Ozell of San' Francisco,
Calif. Interment Detroit.

* * *

ALVIN N. SARA-
SOHN, 59, former De-

grandchildren. Interment
Los Angeles.
* * *

troiter of Briarcliffe Manor,
N.Y., died March 18. Sur-
vived by his wife, Vivian; a
son, Peter of New Jersey; a
daughter, Judy of Roches-
ter, N.Y.; a brother, Charles
of Oak Park; a sister, Mrs.
Joe (Edith) Ellis of Far-
mington Hills; and two
granddaughters. Interment
New York.

* * *
IRIS SILLS, 70, 25540

Lincoln Terrace Dr., Oak
Park, died March 14. Sur-
vived by cousins.
* * *
JULIA STRAUSS, 94,
3030 Greenfield, Royal
Oak, died March 14. Sur-
vived by two sisters, Stella
and Mrs. Carrie Maibrunn
of New York City; a sister-
in-law Mrs. Leanora
Strauss; nieces and
nephews.

* * *

JANE SYMEZ, 59, died
March 18. She leaves two
daughters, Mrs. Gerald (Su-
san) Krause and Mrs. De-
nnis (Cindy) Frazho; her
mother, Mrs. Bernard
(Sarah) Potaschnik; a
brother, Seymour Potas-
chnik; and a sister, Mrs.
Lucille Isenberg of Los
Angeles, Calif.
* * *
EUGENE WOLKIN, 62,
former Detroiter of Los
Angeles, Calif., died March
18. Survived by his wife,
Moureen; three daughters,
Lori, Deborah and Rani; two
sisters, Mrs. Jean Schultz of
Southfield and Mrs. Flor-
ence Rosenberg of Oak
Park; and two

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Maurice Hoffman, owner
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on Griswold Avenue in De-
troit, died March 20 at age
68.
Born in Rochester, N.Y.,
Mr. Hoffman lived most of
•his life in Detroit. He was a
member of Mosaic Lodge of
the Masons and Pisgah
Lodge of Bnai Brith.
He leaves his wife, Mer-
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daughter, Mrs. Alan
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by a son, Scott; a daughter,
Michelle; her mother, Mrs.
Pearl Liebman; two sisters,
Mrs. Gary (Sharon) Vitto of
Warren and Mrs. Boris (De-
nise) Costello.

WE REMEMBER

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.

ADAR MAR.
26 25
REBECCA ABEL
26 25
LOUIS DZODIN
26 25_
ISAAC AUGUST
26 25
HARRY COOPER
26 25
JACOB FINGEROOT
26
25
LOUIS HOROWITZ
26 25
YETTA WEINSTEIN
27 26
LEONARD FINKEL
27 26 ,
LEO I. FRIEDLAENDER
27 26
FRANK GREENWALD
27 26
CHANA GREVNIN
27 26
ROSE KANER
27 '26
SAM LEVINE
27 26
FANNY POLANSKY
27 26,
TZEITAL SCHMIDEL
ABE SCHWARTZ
27 26'.
27 26
ANNE E. SLAKTER
MAX SPOON
27 26
28 27
MARVIN ALBERT
MAX FRAZEIN
28 27
'MARTHA GARFINKEL
28 27
28 27
ROSE KATZ
28 27
BETTY N. MYERS
28 27
BELLA M. RABINOVITCH
PEARL STEIN
28 27
ADOLPH BASSIN
29 28
29 28
MISHA BICKOFF
29 28
LISA BIRMAN
29 28
MARY ERNSTEIN
29 28
LILLIAN PITKOWSKY
29 28
CELIA RHINESTONE
29 28
HERMAN SCHULTZ
29 28
LOUIS SHOSKES
29 28
MINNIE SHRAGER
- 29 28
HANNA USHER
29 28
JENNIE GOODMAN
NISSAN
LOUIS ALPER
1 29
1 29
LOUIS GLADSTONE
1 29
DR. CHARLES ORNSTEIN
1 29
BERTA PALMAN
1 29
ANNIE SARKO
1 29
SARAH SIEGEL
1 29
LOUIS SLAKTER

1 29
ROSE SMITH
1 29
HYMAN TABACK
1 29`
SAM TURKEL
1 29
MAURICE H. ZACKHEIM
2 30
MQSHE BORDOLEY
•2 30
JACOB FLEISCHMAN
2 30-
ALBERT H. FRIEDMAN
2 30
ESTHER GELLMAN
FRED KLINE
2 30
2 30
SADIE MOEHLMAN
2 30
ROBERT B. NOVITZ
2 30
ETTA COHEN SLAKTER
2 30
IMRE WEISS
2 30
CHAVA YAKER
3 31
HARRY ABLITZ
3 31
MANIE COHEN
ISAAC GOLDSTEIN
3 31
PHILIP GORDON_
3 31
EVA HAYMAN
3 31
HARRY RIMAR
3 31
RACHEL SEYBURN
3 31
JACK SKLAR
3 31

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