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May 09, 1980 - Image 63

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-05-09

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Nathan Elkin, a retired
National tributes are
wholesale florist, died May
3 in North Miami Beach, among the scores of ex-
pressions of sympathy on
Fla. He was 73.
Born in Guelph, Ont., Mr. the passing last Sunday of
Elkin was the co-owner of Joanna Field, wife of Irwin
Elkin Supply in Highland S. Field, national chairman
Park for 28 years. He re- of the United Jewish Ap-
tired eight years ago and peal.
Mrs. Field, who died at
moved to Florida five years
age 42 after a several years'
ago.
He leaves his wife, Adele; illness, shared seats on the
two daughters, Mrs. Mar- 'daises in scores of com-
shall (Naomi) Schwartzman munities in this country, in
and Mrs. Richard (Phyllis) Israel and other lands,
Hendin, both of West when her huband ad-
Bloomfield; a brother, dressed hnany banquets and
Maurice of Farmington rallies in behalf of Israel.
1s; three sisters, Mrs. She accompanied him on
use Chevers, Mrs. Rebecca many of his campaign trips
Gazer and Sarah, all of and was herself active in the
Guelph; and four women's ranks in behalf of
granddaughters. Interment Israel
Detroit.

Aaron A. Lebow

Aaron A. Lebow, a store
manager for Sofas Inc., died
May 2 at age 53.
A native Detroiter, Mr.
Lebow was the store man-
ager for three years and was
affiliated with the furniture
business for the past 35
years. He was a member of
the National Society for
Interior Design.
He leaves a son, Howard;
and a daughter, Laura of
Columbus, Ohio.

In his address as guest
speaker at the concluding
meeting of the Allied
Jewish Campaign, at the
Main Jewish Community
Center, Tuesday, Hershel
Blumberg of Washington,
who succeeded Field as na-
tional chairman of the
United Jewish Appeal, paid
tribute to Joanna Field's
memory. He spoke of her as
a dedicated person who gave
her husband great
encouragement in his work
for the greatest of Jewish
causes.

Besides her husband, she
is survived by sons, Edward
and Ronald; and her
mother, Ruth Sinaika.

In loving memory of my Mother, MALKA
SHERBERG; my Sister, EVA POWER; my
Brother, MOSIIE CHAIM; and my
Grandparents, Uncles, Aunts and Cousins.
In happened May 6, 1942, 38 years ago. Mis-
sed and never to be forgotten.

.

By HARRY SHERBERG, the_only
survivor, and Family

IN MEMORIAM

\

The HEBREW BENEVOLENT SOCIETY (Chesed Shel
Emes) remembers their departed Board Members,
whose Yorzeit is observed in the month of lyar.

The Family
of the Late

SADIE
ALTMAN

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

\

The Family
of the Late

BERNICE
DISNER

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

ALEX
KAUFMAN

Acknowledges with
grateful appreciation
he many kind ex-
, essions of sympathy
tended by relatives
and-friends during the
family's recent be-
reavement.

ISADORE R. COHEN
4th of lyar
April 20th

MORRIS BLOOM
18th of lyar
May 4th

SAM JAFFEE
8th of lyar
April 24th

DAVID I. BERRIS
19th of lyar
May 5th

ASHER ITZKOVITZ
(Exec. Dir. 1918-1945)
14th of lyar
April 30th

BEN SCHNEIDER
(Treas. & Vice-Pres.)
23rd of lyar
May 9th

The Officers and Staff of

THE NATIONAL UNITED JEWISH APPEAL

DEEPLY MOURN THE UNTIMELY DEATH OF

\

The Family
or the Late

JOANNA FIELD

beloved wife of our national chairman, Irwin S.
Field. She was a deeply compassionate human
being whose strength and fortitude were vitally
supportive factors in the achievements of the past
two years under the leadership of Irwin Field. Her
incomparable sensitivity, understanding and un-
shakable faith in life served to inspire and encour-
age all who were privileged to know her. We ex-
tend our most heartfelt condolences to the be-
reaved family. We have lost a close and valued
friend. Humanity has lost a courageous and gra-
cious human being.

Frank R. Lautenberg, President
Herschel W. Blumberg, National Chairman

In Loving Memory
of Our Beloved
Mother and
Grandmother

Irving Bernstein,

Designate

Executive Vice Chairman

IDA MITZ

Who died May 8, 1955.
Never to be forgotten by
her children and
grandchildren.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Joanna Field Dies in L.A.

Nathan Elkin

ThE

OBITUARIES

ROSE BORDEN, 90,
29111 Laurel Woods Dr.,
Southfield, died May 6.
Survived by two daughters,
Mrs. Zelda Glatter of
Windsor, Ont., and Mrs.
Louis (Lila) Disner; a
brother, Sam Bratman of
the Bronx, N.Y.; two sisters,
Lina Bratman of the Bronx
and Mrs. Helen Salpeter of
New. York; six
grandchildren and one
great-grandchild.

* * *

HARRY LEE EISEN-
BERG, 79, 25515 Green-
field, Southfield, died May
2. Survived by his wife,
Sonia; a son, David J. of
Teaneck, N.J.; a daughter,
Mrs. Saul (Barbara) Leff;
one brother, Jack of Los
Angeles, Calif.; two sisters,
Mrs. Jack (Tybie) Levine of
Los Angeles, Calif., and
Mrs. Gussie Zuckerstein;
and seven grandchildren.

* * *

DAVID FELSOT, 67,
died May 6. He leaves his
wife, Rose; a son, Jack of
New Jersey; a daughter,
Mrs. Stuart (Marcia)
Felhandler; three brothers,
Sol of California, Al and
Bernard of California; two
sisters, Mrs. Simon (Betty),
Karbal and Mrs. Albert
(Ruth) Weiss; and five
grandchildren.

* *

JULIUS PETER FOX,
77, died May 2. He leaves
his wife, Naomi; two daugh-
ters, Mrs. Gordon (Rita)
Meisner and Mrs. Charles
(Joyce) Rosenblatt of
Richardson, TeX.; four
grandchildren and one
great-granddaughter.
* * *
FRANCES LADER-
MAN, 57, 17458 Flint St.,
Melvindale, died May 1.
Survived by her husband,
David; two daughters, Mrs.
Alan (Doreen)' Levine of St.
Catherine, Ontario,
Canada, and Joyce; three
brothers, Max Gersh, David
Gersh of Canoga Park,
Calif., and Allen Gersh; two
sisters, Mrs. Samuel
(Sarah) Cohen and Mrs.
Jack (Kay) Feigelman of
Miami, Fla.; and two
grandchildren.

* * *

IRVINE G. LEVY, 87,
died May 6. He leaves his
wife, Celia; two sons,
Harold and Charles; and
four grandchildren. •

* * *

GLADYS LIEBER-
MAN, 82, died May 1. She
leaves a brother, David Ful-
ler.

• * *

SADIE MARKUS, 84,
died April 29. She leaves a
brother, Harry Lebow;
three sisters, Mrs. Irving
(Minnie) Aaron, Mrs. Ed-
ward (Grace) Fink of St.
Paul, Minn., and Mrs. Be-
ulah Appel; and nieces and
nephews.

I RA KA MAN

Directors of Funerals

Friday, May 9, 1980 63

HILDA MOYER, 80,
died May 4. She leaves a sis-
ter, Mrs. Henry (Helen) Mil-
ler; nieces and nephews.

* * *

JEFFREY
V.
ROCKMAN, 33, former
Detroiter of Marina Del
Rey ; Calif., died April 29.
He leaves a daughter,
Shawn of Birmingham; his
mother, Mrs. Jay (Pearl)
Shapiro of Lesure City, Fla.;
two brothers, Donald. and
Murray; and two sisters,
Geraldine and. Mrs. Louis
(Rosalind) Newman. Inter-
ment Detroit.

* * *

MOE SCHWARTZ, 76,
former Detroiter of St.
Louis, Mo., died May 2. Sur-
vived by his wife, Hazel; two
sons, Stanley of. Chicago,
Ill., and Bruce; a brother,
Abraham of Detroit; two
sisters, Mrs. Philip (Susie)
Arnold and Mrs. Reuben
(Goldie) Levine, both of
Southfield; and three
grandchildren. Interment
St. Louis.

Park, died May 3. Survived
by his wife, Marion; a son,
Dr. Robert B.; a daughter,
Judith Ellen; and two
grandchildren.

* * *

LILLY SUGAR, 87,
28301 Franklin Rd., South-
field, died May 2. Survived
by three brothers, Louis
Ehrlich of Scottsdale, Ariz.,
William Ehrlich of Las
Vegas, Nev., and Harry
Ehrlich of Ft. Lauderdale,
Fla.; three sisters, Mrs. Max
(Ethel) Niskar, Mrs. Sidney
(Toby) Aratin of Los
Angeles, Calif., and Mrs.
Martin (Betty) Segal.

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, recital
tion of Kaddish
and Studying of
Mishnavos.

* * *

ADELE SCHWEIT-
ZER, 89, died May 2. She
leaves a sister, Mrs. Fred
(Harriet) Salmon; one
grandson, nieces and
nephews.

* * *

BENJAMIN SKLAR,
70, 25501 Briar Dr., Oak

A town which has no
school should be abolished.
Even to rebuild the temple
the schools must not be
closed.
—Talmud

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