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July 06, 1979 - Image 55

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-07-06

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Arlene Harris

Arlene Harris, co- owner Sacha Dell, 54
of Pazazz, ladies sports wear
Sacha (Steven) Dell, who
shop at Harvard Row mall, was in the meat business in
died June 29 at age 3 9.
Windsor and Detroit, died
A native Detroiter , Mrs. June 28 at age 54.
ESTHER GREE
Harris was a membe
Born in Poland, Mr. Dell
past president of Ce r and lived 20 years in Windsor WALD ALLEX, 91, died
nial Chapter of Bnai nten- and for the past 12 years in June 28. She leaves two
Women.
Brith Detroit. In Windsor, he was sons, Dr. Milton Greenwald
affiliated with Lyndon Meat and Robert Greenwald of
She leaves her hus
Alfred; a son, Mic band, Packing from 1947 to 1967. Sherman Oaks, Calif.; a
Perlman; a daug h hael He was self-employed in De- brother, Morris Schwartz; a
Wendy; her mother, ter, troit. Mr. Dell resided at sister, Mrs. Pauline Schaul,
Sam (Judy) Sugernia Mrs. 17223 Jeanette, Southfield. and two grandchildren.
* * *
brother, Dr. Dennis E n; a He is survived by his wife,
der;
Elizabeth;
two
sons,
Lawr-
GARSON ARMON, 80,
and a sister, Mrs. Ha
rold ence and Jeffrey; two 739 Lawrence, Detroit, died
(Linda) Wagenberg.
daughters, Mrs. Manus June 30. Survived by a son,
(Barbara) Krasman of Ann Myron; and a brother, Lee of
Arbor and Francine; and Miami, Fla.
one grandchild.
* * *

11111111111111
ME DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Frida , lal 6, 1979 55
OBITUARIES

FRIDA KATZ, 1078
Goyeau, Windsor, Ont.;died
June 28. Survived by three
sons, Wolf, Ben and Issac; a
daughter, Mrs. Benjamin
(Molly) Kresch; 14
grandchildren and one
great - grandchild.

Miami Beach, Fla.; nine
grandchildren and three
great - grandchildren.
* * *

23. Survived by his wife,
Ethel; a son, Dr. Gerald o
Furnace, Pa.; a daughter
Mrs. Leslie (Carol) Laske
of Studio City, Calif.; a sis.,
ter and one grandchild.
Interment Los Angeles.

RUTH FERN SHER-
MAN, 74, former Detroiter
of Los Angeles, Calif., died
June 16. Survived by a
* * *
* * *
brother, Martin Fern of De-
HERMAN KLEIN- troit; a sister, Mrs. Rose
LAURENCE WEINER,
MAN, 64, former Detroiter Beckerman of Highland 47, died June 28. He leaves
Park; and nieces and his wife, Rochelle; a daugh-
of Tamarac, Fla., died July
nephews. Interment Los ter, Carol; a son, Gary; his
2. Survived by his wife, Til-
Angeles.
lie; two daughters, Mrs.
father, Alfred of Delray Be-
* * *
Gerald (Paula) Bozik of
ach, Fla.; two brothers,
SONNE M. STEIN, 65, Douglas of Rolling
HARRY BINDER, 71, Utica and Mrs. Joseph (Do-
Unveiling announcements
reen) Koeber of Warren; died June 30. He leaves his Meadows, Ill., and Ronald
Stuart Schulberg, . 5 225 Greenfield, South-
may be insetted by mail or by
wife, Eva; two sons, Dr. S.; and a sister, Mrs. Morris
calling The Jewish News, 17515
eld, died June 30. Sur- and four grandchildren.
NBC Producer
Barry of British Columbia (Marlene) Hoffman.
vi ved by his wife, Frances;
W.. Nine Mile, Suite 865, South-
* * *
field, Mich. 48075
and Fred Findling; three
NEW YORK — Stuart tw o sons, Abe of Belmont
.424-8833. Writ-
ESTELLE MORRI- daughters, Mrs. Frank M.
ten announcements must be ac-
S chulberg, executive pro-
SON,
WE REMEMBER
Calif.,
and
Michael;
a
companied by the name and ad-
51, died July 4. She
(Diane) Safran of New Ca-
ducer of news documen- brother, Samuel of Brook- leaves
dress of the person making the
her husband,
During the coming
naan, Conn., Mrs. Stanley
taries for NBC-TV, died lyn, N.Y.; three sisters, Mrs.
insertions. There is a standing
Eugene; a son, Robert of (Eleanor) Michniewicz and
week Yeshivath'
June 28 at age 56.
charge of $7.50 for an unveiling
Jennie Kohler of New Jer- New York City; a daughter,
Beth Yehudah will
Bonnie Sue of Lansing; two
notice measuring an inch in
Mr. Schulberg produced sey, Mrs. Toby Klein of Heidi;
observe the Yahr-4
and her parents, Mr.
depth, and $12.50 for a notice two
brothers, Morris and
the "Today" program for California and Mrs. Sophie and Mrs. Edward (Leah)
inches
zeits of the follov'
deep with a black border.
Robert; four sisters, Mrs.
eight of its 26 years on NBC. Weiss of New York.
ing
Newman of Fairfax, Va.
Albert (Fannie) Raphael,
The family of the late He produced the "Today"
friends,
with the
* *
Services 10 a.m. today at Ira
Sadie
Mrs. Alfred (Lillian) Traub
show longer than any other
Sadie Kashtan announces
traditional Memo-
Kaufman
Chapel.
Inter-
MINNIE EDELSO N,
of Hallandale, Fla., Mrs.
individual in the program's
rial Prayers, recita-
unveiling of a monu-
history.
87, 19100 W. Seven Mil e, ment Portland, Maine.
Betty Breiman and Mrs.
tion of kaddish,
ment in her memory 10:30
* * *
Irving (Helen) Herman; and
and Studying of'
During his tenure, the Detroit, died June 29. Sur
a.m. Sunday, July 8, at Adat
vived
by
a
son,
Marvin;
fo
10 grandchildren.
m.
Mishnavos.
program
won
two
Emmys
LOUIS
RABINOWITZ,
Shalom Memorial Park.
*
*
*
sisters, Mrs. Esther Weis s, 62, 22191 Chatsford Cir-
Rabbi Rosenbaum will of- and other honors.
Mrs. Jean Cohen and Mr s. cuit Southfield, died July 1.
GEORGE G. STUR-
ficiate. Relatives and
TAMMUZJUL
VICTOR S. AXELROAD
MAN, 78, 24160 Sherman,
Max (Edith) Lublin all o f Survived by his wife, Bella;
13 8
friends are asked to attend.
ROSE COOPER
13 8
Florida, and Mrs. Rober t two daughters, Carol and
Oak Park, died June 29.
YETTA FRIEDMAN
The Family
13 8
The Family
(Ann) Freeman of Califor Mrs. David (Lynda)
SARAH GAFFEN
Survived by his wife, Edith;
of the Late
la 8
IRVING KLEIFF
of the Late
nia; four grandchildren an d Micholette of Kalamazoo;
13 8
two
daughters,
Mrs.
Alex
MAX NEIMARK
HARRY E.
13 8
10 great-grandchildren.
(Elaine) Friedman and Mrs.
ROSE
and a brother, Samuel.
LILLIAN ROSSMAN
13 8
MAYERS
*
*
*
TCHARNE SCHNgIDER
Sidney
(Roslyn)
Schwartz;
13
f
CHERNEY
* * *
WOLESCHNEIDER
• Acknowledges with
13 1
two brothers, Dr. Harry H.
IDA
EPSTEIN,
HARRY
SEAMAN
Announces the un-
82
13 '
grateful appreciation
and Louis; a sister, Mrs.
GAD STRUBEL
veiling of a monument
12944 Borgman, Hun- , NORMA SCHURGIN,
13
the many kind ex-
RIVA BROWNS
Dora
Miller
of
Florida;
and
64,
died
June
29.
She
leaves
14
in her memory 12:30
tington Woods, died July 1.
pressions of sympathy
MOLLY COHEN
14
five grandchildren.
p.m. Sunday, July 15, at
extended by relatives
BESSIE GOLDSTEIN
Survived by a daughter, a daughter, Mrs. Lola
*
*
*
14
Clover Hill Park
Schurgin
Dunn
of
New
ANNA
R.
EISENBERG
and friends during the
-
14
Mrs. Jacob (Gertrude)
PHILIP GROSSMAN
Cemetery. Rabbi Stan-
JOSEPH SUSMAN, 65,
14
family's recent be-
Driker; and three York; and ,. two
SAMUEL SPITZER •
ley Rosenbaum will of-
reavement.
14 I'
grandchildren.
former Detroiter of Los
grandchildren.
ARON
TEMCHIN
14
ficiate. Relatives and
Angeles, Calif., died June
LEAH CHAIKIN
* * *
. 15 l',...1
* * *
friends are asked to
ABRAHAM DOKInfi
.
15/
attend.
ERNA SCHWALB, 78,
SAMUEL GLUCK
C
CHERYL
15 10
GOLDS- 18200
Sidney A. Deitch
DOROTHY GOLDSTEIN ... 15 10
Lincoln,
Lathrup
Vil-
TEIN
,
26,
died June 23. She
LEON KERSH
The Family
DETROIT
15
10
leaves her parents, Mr. and ,age, died July 2. Survived
BENNIE LUBARSKY
of the Late
The Family
15 10
ANNA SAMEROFF
MONUMENT-WORKS
a
son,
Roland;
two
15 10
of the Late
HENRY J.
Mrs. Richard (Madeleine) daughters, Anne and Mrs.
PINCHAS SCHWARTZ
14441 W. 11 Mile Rd.
15 10
LENA WALDMAN
Goldstein;
a
sister,
Stefani;
Marion
Bianchi
of
Pontiac,
IDA
Gardner,
beiw.
Coolidge
i
Greenfield
15
10
SHELDON
and her
NATHAN BACKHAUT
16 11
399-2711
Eve.
626-0330
grandparents,
Mr.
two
sisters,
Mrs.
William
ANNA
CELIA
DEAR
GOLDSMITH
Acknowledges with
16 11
ESTELLE KAPLAN
and Mrs. Harry (Henrietta) (Tillie) Jablonsky and Mrs.
grateful appreciation
Announces the un-
16 11
Palmer.
ISAAC
KASHTAN
16
11.
the many kind ex-
veiling of a monument
MONUMENT CENTER, INC.
David (Susie) Berkowitz of
EVA LEVINE
16 11
pressions of sympathy
in her memory 11 a.m.
JOSEPH
LOEWY
661 E. 8 MILE, FERNDALE
16 11
At the observance of the Shloshim of
extended by relatives
FANNIE MARKOWITZ
Sunday, July 15, at

Iflonum ent
.Unveilings

.

Machpelah Cemetery.
Rabbi Leizer Levin will
officiate. Relatives and
friends are asked to
attend.

The Family
of the Late

LEE R.
KATZ

Announces the un-
. veiling of a monument
her memory 11 a.m.
nday, July 8, at
over Hill Park
Cemetery. Relatives
and friends are asked to
attend.

The Family
of the Late

GERTRUDE
SUBRIN

Announces the un-
veiling of a monument
in her memory 11:30
a.m. Sunday, July 15, at
Machpelah Cemetery.
Cantor Vieder will of-
ficiate. Relatives and
friends are asked to
attend.

DAVID
HERCZEG
of blessed memory

and friends during the
family's recent be-
reavement.

Young Israel of Oak-Woods expresses its
sorrow for the grievous loss of a great
scholar who inspired our membership to
greater heights of learning and who gave
of
himself to the furtherance of Torah study in
our synagogue. May his memory continue
as a blessing.
James I. Gordon, Rabbi
Wilbert Simkovitz, President

In Loving Memory
of Our Dear
Father

BEN
STONE

Who passed away
July 7, 1975. Sadly mis-
sed and always remem-
bered by his children
that loved him very
much and dear wife,
Dorothy, and
grandchildren and
gr eat -grandchildren.

Rena Wancjer and
Family of the Late

MAURYCY (MOISHE)
NEBEL

of Wroclaw, Poland

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

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