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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-01-25

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Friday,, lanigry X5,.1980 53

Canton, died Jan. 21. Sur-
vived by a son, Lewis; a
brother, Dr. Joseph Carp;
three sisters, Mrs. Vera
Osman of Encino, Calif.,
Mrs. Sarah Allweis of Tuc-
son, Ariz., and Mrs. Ida
Blum of Brooklyn, N.Y.;
and four grandchildren.
• • *
HYME SAINS,
75,
18651 Ardmore, Detroit,
died Jan. 17. Survived by
his wife, Dora; two daugh-
ters, Mrs. Leo (Frieda) Bar-
ris and Mrs. Edward (Janet)
Finkel of Ft. Wayne, In-
diana; a sister, Mrs. Sylvia
Gelles of Allentown, Pa.;
and five grandchildren.
* * *

Dickman and Mrs. Ethel
Kallan of Los Angeles.
Interment Los Angeles.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS,

OBITUARIES

MILDRED "SARAH"

brother, Louis LeVine; four
sisters, Mrs. Sadie
Kornfield, Mrs. Harry
(Anette) Horvitz of
Tamarac, Fla., Mrs. Esther
Covensky and Mrs. Saul
(Evelyn) Nyman of Louis-
ville, Ky.; and three
grandchildren.

berg; and six grandchildren.
Interment Palm Springs.
* *
GLADYS MALLIN, 71,
23061 Wildwood, Oak Park,
died Jan. 18. Survived by
her husband, Nathan; a son,
Mitchell; a daughter, Mrs.
Larry (Rosalie) Lipson; a
brother, Leonard Antel; and
four grandchildren.
• • •

BENYAS, 87, former De-
troiter of Hollywood, Calif.,
died Jan. 21. She leaves
three sisters, Mrs. Louis
( Pauline) Bass and Mrs.
David (Anne) Klein, both of
California and Mrs. Herbert
(Gertrude) Silk of New
York. Interment Detroit.
•• •
• • •
BARNEY LEONARD,
MINNIE BLATT, 73,
former Detroiter of Palm
MORRIS MEYERS, 89,
died Jan. 20. She leaves a
sister, Mrs. Nathan (Belle) Springs, Calif., died Jan. 21. former Detroiter of Califor-
Survived by his wife, Tillie; nia, died recently. Survived
Cohen; and three nieces,
Mrs. Milton (Regina) Weiss, two sons, Larry and by his wife, Sarah; three
Mrs. Raymond (Myra) -Michael; a daughter, Mrs. daughters, Judith Bensky
Greene and Mrs. Theodore Harold (Rosalyn) Blum- of Oak Park, Janet Rudoff
(Betty) Klein of
Englishtown,N.J.
In Loving Memory Of

IDA FIRSTEN, 51, died
Jan. 20. She leaves her hus-
band, Saul; two sons, Stuart
and Robert; and two sisters,
Mrs. Fred (Tillie) Cohen of
Toronto and Mrs. Seymor
( Helen) Offman of Nova
Scotia. Interment Toronto.
• • •
ROSE SMITH GLASS,
73, 22555 Staunton, South-
field, died Jan. 18. Survived
by a son, Sanford Smith; two
daughters, Mrs. Leonard
(Marilyn) Brose and Mrs.
Jayson (Ann) Greene of
Coronado, Calif.; and six
grandchildren.
• • •

IVAN
SAMUEL
GLUSKIN, 73, died Jan.

20. He leaves his wife, Beat-
rice; a son, Dr. Ronald; two
brothers, Benjamin of
Pennsylvania and Louis of
Florida; and three
grandchildren.
• • •

MONTE GOODMAN,

64, former Detroiter of Col-
umbus, Ohio, died Jan. 16.
Survived by a son, Steven of
Ferndale; a daughter,
Brenda of New York; his
father, David of Detroit; and
a brother, Al of Southfield.
• • •
LILLIAN JACOBS, 65,
died Jan. 22. She leaves her
husband, Louis; a daughter,
Sue Anne; three sisters,
Mrs. Pearl Caughey, Mrs.
Al (Edith) Sklare and Mrs.
William (Marlene) Simons
of Chicago, Ill.
• • •
MOLLIE KAZDAN, 64,
20645 Kensington Ct.,
Southfield, died Jan. 17.
Survived by her husband,
Herman; a son, Dr. Jerry L.
Kazdan of Philadelphia,
Pa.; a daughter, Mrs.
Gerald (Rita) Neff; a

. JOSEPH I. GORDON

A precious one from us is gone
A voice we loved is stilled
A place is vacant in our heart
sic
That never can be filled.

Sadly missed by his Mary,
family
and all who knew him

MORRIS
TAROCKOFF

1975

The stories that you told
us, The songs you sang
each day, The way you



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Harry Weitzman

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IIN MEMORIAM
On the first anniversary of the passing of our dear
husband, father and grandfather,

ALLEN SCHOENFIELD

we pay honor to his memory and recall with gratitude
the many wonderful legacies he has left for us and
which we cherish.
His nwraory will always be a blessing to all of us.
Kate Friedman Shoenfield
Children, Mrs. Beryl D. Hines
and Judge Frederica Brenneman;
and Grandchildren

loved your children,
The games you used to

MORRIS TAROCKOFF

Jan. 27, 1975
Like falling leaves five years have drifted by since
you left us. Time will never dim those precious and
treasured memories we have of you. You are always
loved and although you are not here physically, the
years of joy and laughter you gave us will always re-
main in our hearts. We who loved you miss you so
much and think of you always.
Your loving wife, Hannah
Your children, grandchildren
and great-grandchildren

play, The memories of

you are clear, As if it
were yesterday, But we
all know it cannot be,

For that time is gone

and this is today.

You are sadly missed,
Fay, Norman and Boys

ILENE SPELKIN,

former Detroiter of Los
Angeles, Calif., died Jan.
18. She leaves her husband,
Jules M.; two sons, Harvey
and Martin, both of Los
Angeles; three sisters, Mrs.
Fraye Mendelson of Los
Angeles, Mrs. Dorothy

at 25115 Prairie Dr.,
Southfield.
He is survived by his wife,
Barbara; a son, Ronald;
three daughters, Mrs. Gary
(Beverly) Pierce, Judith and
Mrs. Leonard (Maxine)
Daitch; two brothers, Ned
and Robert; a sister, Mrs.
Sue Olen; and two
grandchildren.

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whether you were in the service or not.

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This home belongs to the Jewish community.

Your participation will help preserve and maintain this memo-
rial building for posterity.

Mrs. Jay Schwartz, Pres. or Mr. Leonard Green, Chairman

Dr. Lionel Samuel Shul-
man, a dentist with offices
in Livonia, died Jan. 17 at
age 46.
Born in Detroit, Dr.
Shulman was graduated
from the University of De-
troit Dental School in 1955.
He received a fellowship
from the Academy of Gen-
eral Dentistry "for his work
in continuing education."
He was a member of the
Western Dental Society,
Chicago Dental Society and
Alpha Omega Fraternity.
He leaves his wife, Bar-
bara; two sons, Todd and
Robbie; a daughter, Lisa;
his parents, Doris Segall
and Dr. Thomas Shulman;
and his step-father, Ted
Segall.

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

SHEVAT JAN
9 27
CELIA FINE
9 27
JACOB-GOTTLIEB
9 27
PEARL HELPER
9 27
HAROLD W. ISSER
9 27
JOSEPH JONES
FREDA KRAKOW
9 27
9 27
MORRIS ROSENBERG
SHAPIRO
9 27
FANNIE
9 27
MIKE SIEGEL
9 27
EDWARD L. SMALL
9 27
YAAKOV. Z. STERN
10
28
REBECCA BERMAN
10 28
JOSEPH H. HELLER
10 28
LOUIS LEVIN
10 28
JOHN TAUBMAN
10 28
CHARLES TUKEL
DR. MORRIS YAMSHON
10 28
10 28
REBECCA ZUSSMAN
11 29
MOSHE A. BRODY
MARTIN K. IWREY
11 29
11 29
BELLE NELSON
11 29
BENJAMIN STURMAN
11 29
AARON YAGODA
11 29
JACOB ZUCKER
12 30
IDA BRANOT
RIFKA COHEN
12 30
12 30
ESTHER HECHTMAN
12 30
ESTHER G. KARBAL
12 30
JACOB LEVY
HARRY LUPILOFF
12 30
12 30
IDA B. RIBIAT
12 30
FEIGEL FUBINOFF
12 30
MIRIAM SIODER
12 30
BERTHA TEREBELO

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MAX BARTH
ESTHER W ELLIS
FANNIE FABER
MORRIS GOODMAN
BESSIE HOLTZMAN
S. KARBAL
LOUIS KARTUN
MEYER MINKIN
MARY MODELL
HARRY SCHNEIDER
FAMILY OF CHAIM
ELIA DENEMARK
HARRY N. ESKIN
SAMUEL FAIGIN
YETTA GRUNT
NOAH E. KEYS
PHILLIP R. KRAVETZ
ELIJAH OPPEN
MOLLY PLOTKIN
DEBORA SHCLONICK
HELEN SILVERSTON

Yeshivath Beth

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WE REMEMBER

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BEN R. GERSON
JACOB GOLDSTEIN
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ESTHER ROSEN
BEN SHORE
LENA SIEGEL

Go.dne , bet* Ceolodg• a Groonft•Id

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STUART WAKS, 41,
died Jan. 22. He leaves two.
sons, Jeffrey and Daniel; his
father, Joseph; and _nieces
and nephews.

FANNIE TURKEL
JEAN WARREN

661 E. 8 MILE. FERNDALE
1'/z Blocks E. of Woodward
6 Blks. from 3 Jewish
Cemeteries on Woodward

DETROIT
MONUMENT WORKS

Dr. L. S. Shulman

JEWISH WAR VETERANS

559-5680

Harry Weitzman, owner
of a package liquor store in
Detroit, died Jan. 21 while
vacationing in Lauderdale
Lakes, Fla. He was 64.
Born in Baltimore, Md.,
Mr. Weitzman lived 59
years in Detroit. He retired
a year ago.
He was a past president of
the Crescent Shrine and
Oakland Century Lodge of
Bnai Brith, who named him
its man of the year. He was a
member of and held office in
Perfection Lodge of the Ma-
sons and a member and
board member of Cong.
Bnai David.

ISRAEL L. SCHUL-

MAN, 72, died Jan. 18. He
leaves his wife, Edna; three
daughters, Sally, Mrs.
Richard (Rhoda) Piendzia of
Highland and Mrs. I. De-
nnis (Myra) Potocsky; a
brother, Ray of Texas; nine
grandchildren and one
great-granddaughter.
• • •
GEORGE SHAYNE, 73,
of New York City, died Jan.
13. Survived by a daughter,
Arden; a brother, Bernard
of Southfield. Interment
Long Island.

He was a veteran of
World War II and served
in Okinawa. He resided

In Loving Memory Of

for Information call

SIDNEY MIRVES, 69,
former Detroiter of
Scottsdale, Ariz., died Jan.
18. He leaves his wife, Faye;
a son, Martin; two daugh-
ters, Mrs. William
(Michele) Sills and Mrs.
Harvey (Anita) Tonken of
Alpena; a brother, Louis
Berman; four sisters, Mrs.
Morey (Clare) Selly of
California, Mrs. Fred
(Ethel) Schwartz, Ann and
Mrs. Simon (Nettie)
Roberts; and six
grandchildren. Interment
Detroit.

HILDA PLEASANT,

(male or female)

In Memoriam

and Marion, both of Santa
Monica,
Calif.;
11
grandchildren and three
great-grandchildren.
Interment Los Angeles.
• • •

SAM GORL1CK

(owner)

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