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September 21, 1979 - Image 111

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-09-21

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Robert Lipson,
of Bnai Brith

PHILADELPHIA (JTA)
— Robert Lipson, a member
of the -professional staff of
Bnai Brith, who dedicated
his adult life to local and
Jewish community service,
died Sept. 11 in Nahariya,
Israel, at age 64.
Mr. Lipson was attending
the international Bnai
Brith seminar in Israel. His
remains were flown to his
home community in Cherry
N.J., for burial.
r. Lipson was executive
airector of Bnai Brith Dis-
trict 3 serving more than
35,000 members in
Pennsylvania, New Jersey,
Delaware and West Vir-
ginia. He was the recipient
of the 1977 Israel Award
"for his advancement of
creative Jewish life and his
dedication to the cause of Is-
rael."
He was a member of the
board of governors of
District 3 and a former
Bnai Brith regional di-
rector and insurance di-
rector.
Mr. Lipson was also a past
president of the Bnai Brith
Hillside Lodge and a former
president of the Northern
New Jersey Council of Bnai
Brith.
He was a district life
delegate and Youth Organ-
ization commissioner of
Bnai Brith International.
He received the 1979 Gol-
den Key Award of the Bnai
Brith Youth Organization.

Dr. 1.S. Katzman

Dr. I.S. Katzman, former
chief of staff Deaconess
Hospital, died Sept. 15 at
age 79.
A Michigan native, Dr.
Katzman held the post of
chief of staff at Deaconess
Hospital from 1954 to 1955.
He was a physician with
offices in the Fisher Build-
ing, and was practicing fam-
ily medicine until his death.
Dr. Katzman was
graduated from the Detroit
College of Medicine in 1925.
He Was a member of the
American, Michigan and
Wayne County Medical
Societies; the Masons and
Knollwood Country Club.
He leaves his wife, Helen;
two sons, Dr. Harold and
Gerald Curtis; a sister, Mrs.
Alex (Celia) Caplan of Fre-
port, N.Y.; and three
granddaughters.

Memoriam

Friday, September 21, 1919 1/1

OBITUARIES

MOLLIE DUDICK, 88,
died Sept. 16. She leaves
seven daughters, Mrs.
David (Bernice) Norris,
Mrs. Larry (Rolla) Yuker,
Ruth Elaine, Mrs. James
(Henrietta) Henderson of
Shreveport, La., Mrs.
Joseph (Lillian) Blument-

hal of St. Louis Park, Minn.,
Mrs. Sylvia Ashley of
Bloomington, Minn., and
Mrs. A. (Harriet) Constanzo
of Chicago, Ill.; a sister,
Mrs. Leon (Edith) Zats of St.
Paul, Minn
16
grandchildren and 13
great-grandchildren.

Interment Minneapolis,
Minn.

* * *

SAM FELDMAN, 66,
died Sept. 18. He leaves his
wife, Charlotte; a son, Irv-
ing; two daughters, Mrs.
Theodore (Wendy) Levitt
and Linda; two brothers,
Wilfred and Abram; a sis-
ter, Mrs. Morris (Bella)
Strasner; and two
grandchildren.

* * *

IN MEMORIAM

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

ALICE FRIEDMAN,
76, 27716 Sutherland,
Southfield, died Sept. 17.
Survived by two daughters,
Mrs. Morris (Mollie) Kap-
lan and Mrs. Manuel
(Ethel) Berman; a brother,
Harry R. Gold; and six
grandchildren.

* * *

MORRIS KIKOLER,
75, 25 Glendale, Highland
Park, died Sept. 16. Sur-
vived by a brother,. Sig-
mund; and nephews.

* * *

YIZKOR

IN MEMORY OF THE DEPARTED MEMBERS
OF THE GREATER DETROIT SCRAP
TRADE ASSOCIATION

All of the following are honored by us for they were the glory of our
community. They cheered us by their toil and service. Their memory is
like a benediction upon the toil of our hands. They inspire us to work
increasingly for the benefit and fellowship of all men:

ZICHRONAM LIVRACHA

Edward Alpert
Norman Altus
David Anbender, Atty.
Harry Anbender, Atty.
Ben Bayles
Leo Borden
Hyman Chaben
Harry Faternick
Max Faternich
Philip P. Fealk, Treas.
(Passed on 11-10.78)
Jacob Fishman
Alex Freeman
Philip Foreman
Morris Landau
Jack Leipler

Henry Miller
Jack Miller
Lester Miller
Harry Muray
Jack Rosenthal
Dave Siegal
Theodore Silverman
Jack Sipher
Morris Spector
Claude Superstine
Max Wasserman
Sam Wasserman
Max Weiner
Abe Weintraub
Louis Wolok

By Edward H. Foon, President and the
officers and members of the Greater Detroit
Scrap Trade Association

LILLIAN KLEIN, 76,
15075 Lincoln, Oak Park,
died Sept. 14. Survived by a
sister, Goldie (Shatz) Shap-
iro of Natanya, Israel; a
niece and nephews in
Canada. Interment To-
ronto.

* * *

SADIE KRAENSKY of
Windsor, Grit., died Sept.
13. Survived by a son,
Michael Kerin of Grosse
Pointe Woods; a daughter,
Mrs. Saul (Leah) Burak of
Detroit; two grandchildren
and two great-
grandchildren. Interment
Windsor.

* * *

RUKHLYA LVOVICH,
79, 29465 Brentwood,
Southfield, died Sept. 17.
Survived by two daughters,
Mrs. Semion . (Frieda)
Kolomeysky and Mrs.
Samuel (Mary) Maslovich; a
sister, Mrs. Brucha Zlotnick
of Russia; and two
grandchildren.

*

TOBY LAKER

ISADORE IRVING
ROSENBLOOM,
60,
26110 W. 12 Mile, South-
field, died Sept. 18. He
leaves his wife, Essie; a
daughter, Anne; a son, Mar-
tin; a daughter, Mrs. Robert
(Gail) Kaplan; two brothers,
Dr. Joseph Dobkin and
Louis Dobkin; a sister, Mrs.
Morris (Lillian) Shapiro.

Acknowledges with grateful appreciation
the many kind expressions of sympathy ex-
tended by relatives and friends during our
sudden recent bereavement.

DANIEL SALLE, 12,
former Detroiter of San
Mateo, Calif., died Spet. 15.
Survived by his parents,

A humble heart, giving and loving.
A joy in living and a gift of making all who
knew and loved her feel special.

The Family of Our Beloved
Wife, Mother, Sister, Grandmother

* * *

died Sept. 14. Survived by
three sons, Philip of North
Hollywood, Calif., Elias
David of Rochester, NX•,
and Seymour; two daugh-
ters, Mrs. David (Shirley)
Sklash and Mrs. Frank
(Adeline) Lowenberg, both
* * *
of Israel; 19 grandchildrer
TILLIE SANSKY, 82, and- six great-
27076 Fairfax, Southfield, grandchildren.
* * *
died Sept. 15. Survived by a
JOSEPH
WEISS, 93.
daughter, Miriam; and a
died Sept. 16. He
son, Harold.
* 5 *
three sons, Harold, Ruk
ETTA SOLOMON, 96, and Dr. Morris; 1
19100 W. Seven Mile, De- grandchildren and thret
troit, died Sept. 16. Sur- great-grandchildren.
* 5 *
vived by two sons, Benjamin
PAULA _ WEIZEN-
L. of Elmira, N.Y., Bertram
of Big Flats, N.Y.; three BAUM, 72, died Sept. 14.
daughters, Mrs. Jack (Ann) She leaves her husband, .
Pinchuck of Phoenix, Ariz., Leo; a daughter, Mrs.
Mrs. Martin (Edith) Schif- Mitchell (Rosalie) Barman
fer of Trenton, N.J., and of. Ypsilanti; two sisters,
Mrs. Michael (Elizabeth) Mrs. Louis (Mary) WeizBri
Wartell of Pleasant Ridge; and Mrs. Leon (Dorothy)
two brothers, Dr. Ben Stitskin of Brooklyn, N.Y.;
Hyman of San Diego, Calif.; and three granddaughters.
and Max of Miami Beach;
seven grandchildren and
WE REMEMBER 1
five great-grandchildren.
f
During the coming
Interment Elmira, N.Y.
week Yeshivath

Mr. and Mrs. Donald (Mari-
lyn) Salle; a sister, Sheryl;
and grandparents Mr. and
Mrs. Martin (Celia) Shubin
of Southfield and Mr. and
Mrs. James (Dorothea)
Salle of California. Inter-
ment San Mateo.

* * *

Beth Yehudah will
observe the Yahr-
zeits of the follow-
ing departee.
friends, with the
traditional Memo-
rial Prayers, recita-
tion of Kaddis''
and
Mishnavos.

ESTHER STERN, 81,
former Detroiter of Miami
Beach, Fla., died Sept. 18.
Survived by three sons,
Jerome of Livonia, Bernard
I. of Muskegon and Kenneth
B. of Southfield; a sister,
Mrs. Sam (Ann) Tarnopol of
Southfield; eight
grandchildren and six
great-grandchildren.

* * *

AUGUSTA SUBAR, 93,
23285 Kipling, • Oak Park,

Sidney A. Deitch
DETROIT
MONUMENT WORKS
14441 W. 11 Mile Rd.

Gardner. blew. Coolidge & Greenfield

399-2711 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

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JO 4-5557

MONUMENTS BY

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FINE MONUMENTS
SINCE 1910

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MARY GREENBAUM
JOHN HAYMAN
AARON LAMPKE
AARON NOSANCHUCK
GILBERT PARKER
ROSE SPEYER
DANIEL TEMCHIN
MARTIN GOLDSMITH
JOSEPH GUTERMAN
HARRY KAPE , .
ISADORE LEVINE..
ABE SITORSKY
ANNE WEISS
SER
ISAAK HESS
FANNY SILBER
LEAH STERN
BELLA BOESKY
ABRAHAM CHAIKIN
ARON KANTOR
HAROLD M. LEVITSKY
MAX POTOK
DAVID SHORR
JOSEPH SILVERSTEIN
SAMUEL J. "
SHANA GOL
HARRY KAF
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ROBERT CA
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PEARL GEN
JACOB KO(
SARAH LEVINt
LEAH PERLMAN
GEORGE M. STEIN
FANNIE ES,COFF
LENA FINN
CLARA GOLD
ANNA GOLDSTEIN
PHILIP MAISELPFF
HENRY SCHNEIDER

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Southfield

557-6750

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In Loving Memory
Of Our Dear
Husband,
Father and
Grandfather

LOUIS
RASKIN

Who passed away
Sept. 5, 1919, 10 days in
Elul. Sadly missed by
his wife, Minnie; sons,
Marvin and Danny;
daughters, Mrs. Lillian
Rosen and Mrs. Belle
Weingarden; grand-
children and great-
grandchildren.

James N. Laker,
Roberta, Kenneth, Martin Laker,
Dorothy (Mrs. Sheldon) Decker;
Joseph Gaba, Dr. Howard B. Gaba;
Dina and Jason Laker;
Randi, Lane, Glen and Dana Decker.

CARD OF THANKS

The family of the late
Louis Gottleib acknowl-
edges with grateful appre-
ciation the many kind ex-
pressions of sympathy ex-
tended by relatives and
friends during the family's
recent 4ereavement.

Monuments For All Jewish Cemeteries

onvtzpty: ywrrio58 No =It

SHELDON GRANITE COMPANY

Serving the Jewish Community for over 60 years
1 . 9800 WOODWARD

(Betw. 7 8 8 Mile)

SAM GORLICK

(owner)

368-3550

C.

rhEIRA KAU

Directors of Funerals

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18325 W. 9 Mile Rd. Southfield

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Yehudah

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Next to Stanley Steamer

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