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Minnie Cutler, Aided Causes

Minnie Cutler, who, with
her husband, Abraham J.
Cutler, supported major Is-
raeli and local causes with
generous gifts, died June 26
at age 83.
Besides her husband she
is survived by a son, Joseph.
Mrs. Cutler shared with
her husband the many
interests in important
causes, with emphasis on
Israel.
She took a special
interest in Hadassah and
the Jewish National
Fund through which she
supported major proj-
ects. The State of Michi-
gan Pylon in the Kennedy
emorial in Jerusalem
ars the Cutler name.
With her husband she es-
0
ab lished special services at

Zionist Organization of De-
troit to provide for studies
for deserving students at
Kfar Silver and the Mollie
Goodman High School in
Ashkelon, Israel.
A native Detroiter, Mrs.
Cutler was a member of
Adat Shalom Synagogue.

Lillian Barak

MINNIE CUTLER

the Technibn, in Magen
David Adom health centers
and in all of the Israel uni-
versities.
Among the gifts made by
Mrs. Cutler jointly with her
husband was a generous
contribution towards the
scholarship fund of the

Lillian Barak, past
president of Tikvah Chap-
ter of Bnai Brith Women,
died June 29 at age 68.
Mrs. Barak leaves three
daughters, Mrs. Jacob
(Phyllis) Lassner of Ann
Arbor, Mrs. Gerald (Susan)
Ruderman and Mrs.
Timothy (Regina) White;
three sisters and four
grandchildren.

Sol Lifsitz, Zionist Leader, Concert Aide
Held Top Wayne County Engineering Post

Sol Lifsitz, for four de- sity of Michigan, Mr. Lifsitz construction of Metropoli-
cades one of the top leaders was a leader in the Young tan Airport.

in Michigan engineering Judea movement on cam-
A charter member of
circles, died June 28 at age pus. He was a member of the the American Society for
79. U-M Alumni Association.
Technion, Mr. Lifsitz
Mr. Lifsitz carried on a He was a civil engineer
helped set up many edu-
family tradition of active and retired in 1968 as the cational programs for the
leadership in the Zionist chief highway engineer for Detroit Chapter.
Organization of Detroit and the Wayne County Road
Mr. Lifsitz leaves his
the Jewish National Fund. Commission. He was affil- wife, Selma; a son, Jacob R.
Among the organizing iated with the road commis-
of Waban, Mass.; three sis-
forces for many causes in sion from 1926 to 1968 and ters, Mrs. Louis (Gertrude)
the ZOD, he played impor- held the chief engineer posi-
Rosenzweig, Mrs. Meyer
tant roles for more than 20 tion from 1960 to 1968.
(Emma) Bruder of
years in behalf of the Bal-
He was involved with the Beachwood, Ohio, and Mrs.
four Concerts.
building of medians for the Sol (Dorothy) Disner; and
Born in Russia, Mr. Lif-
Davison Freeway and the three grandsons.
sitz went through the
difficulties of going
through Siberia before
The Family of the Late
settling in Detroit.
A graduate of the Univer-

JUDGE BERNARD L.
KAUFMAN

Announces the unveiling of a monument in
his memory 2 p.m. Sunday, July 13, at He-
brew Memorial Park. Rabbi Israel I. Hal-
pern and Cantor. Shabtai Ackerman will of-
ficiate. Relatives and friends are asked to
attend.

r

SOL LIFSITZ

In Loving Memory
of Our Dear
Husband and Father

ISRAEL
FRANKFORT

Who passed away
June 30, 1973, the 30th of
Sivan. Sadly missed and
forever in our hearts.
His loving wife, chit=
dren, grandchildren
and great-
grandchildren.

I

In Loving Memory
of our Husband
Father and Grandfather

LOUIS MORRIS
SCHWARTZ

Who passed away
July 8, 1970. We have
missed him all these
days and love him al-
ways; Ann Schwartz,
Janet Schwartz Abram-
son, Alan H. Schwartz,
Larry, Lee and Heather,
Barbara Schwartz and
Paul Abramson.

WEINSAFT

In memory of our beloved Mother-
Grandmother-Great-Grandmother — died in
Kibuz Afikim, Emeqhajarden, Israel, July 6,
1979, 11th Tammuz, 5739.

Monument was placed in her memory at
the cemetery of Kibuz Afikim one month
after her death.

Survived by a son, Harry Weinsaft, De-
troit; a daughter, Sofie Holz in New York; a
daughter, Noemi Mador in Israel; seven
grandchildren, and 10 great-grandchildren.

She and our father, Itamar, died a natural
death. The rest of her family perished by the
hands of the Nazi beasts!

(Ruth) Isackson of Miami
Beach, Fla.; and one
grandchild.

* * *

JACOB PIKELNEY, of
Chicago, Ill., and Israel,
died June 20 in Israel. Sur-
vived by a son, Dov of
Salem, Mass.; a daughter,
Mrs. Henry (Shoshana)
Goldschlag of Oak Park; a
brother, Seymour of
Chicago; and three
grandsons. Interment Is-
rael.

* * *

* * *

SARAH RABINO-
WITZ, 88, 19100 W.
Seven Mile, died June 28
Survived by two daugh-
ters, Mrs. Joseph (Helen)
Ceasar and Mrs. Sam
(Mary) Greene; three
brothers, Sidney Goldin and
Max Goldin, both of South-
field, and Julius Goldin of
* * *
Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.; four
HARRY FRIEDMAN, grandchildren and five
85, former Detroiter of great-grandchildren.
* * *
North Miami Beach, Fla.,
VADIM ROGACHEV-
died June 28. Survived by
his wife, Esther; a son, Al- SKY, 21, 25720 Stratford
vin; two daughters, Mrs. Ct., Oak Park, died July 1.
Lyle (Ruth) Hirschfield and Survived by his parents and
all in Russia.
Mrs. Robert (Shirley) two brothers,
* * *
Schweiger, both of South-
FRANCES ROSEN-
field; two brothers, Herman
of Troy and Joe of Mary- HAUS, 80, died June 28.
land; seven grandchildren She leaves a son, Mel; a
and 11 great- daughter, Mrs. Jerome
grandchildren. Interment (Eleanor) Wolff of Steven-
son, Md.; a brother, Joe
Florida.
* * *
Lomberg; a sister, Mrs.
AHUDA (GROSSMAN) Sarah Goldstein; five
HARAMATI died May 22 grandchildren and one
in Kibutz Ein Dor, Israel. great-granddaughter.
* * *
She leaves her husband,
ANNA
SHATZMAN,
former Detroiter Hillel;
three sons, Amir, Mordi and 81, 23708 Wildwood, Oak
Alon of New York; and five
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Kibutz Ein Dor.
661 E. 8 MILE, FERNDALE

SARAH DZODIN, 66,
14440 Elm, Oak Park, died
June 28. Survived by her
husband, Ela; two sons,
Sheldon and Milton; a
daughter, Mrs. Noel
(Judith) Lawson; a brother,
Larry Kowalsky; a sister,
Mrs. Frieda Milinsky; and
seven grandchildren.

* * *

RICHARD D. LED-
BETTER, 51; died June 30.
He leaves a sister, Mrs.
Gerald (Marilyn) Agranove.

* * *

SYLVIA LEVY, 82,
27835 Arlington Dr., South-
field, died June 27. Sur-
vived by two daughters,
Mrs. William (Esther)
Fisher of Fairlawn, N.J.,
and Mrs. Solomon (Dorothy)
Morochnick; four sisters,
Mrs. Harry (Pauline)
Feldman, Mrs. Max (Clara)
Sacks, Mrs. Ben (Ruth)
Fink and Mrs. Sonya Rasky,
all of New Jersey; five
grandchildren and one
great-grandchild.

* * *

MAYER LIPMAN, 68,
22502 Ivanhoe, Southfield,
died June 29. Survived by
his. wife, Poline; a son,
Samuel; a sister, Mrs. Tom

Nobel to Mailer?

Pulitzer Prize-winning
author Norman Mailer is a
candidate for this year's
Nobel Prize for literature,
according to columnist Liz
Smith.

ThEIRA IKAufmAN

of Funerals

Friday, July 4, 1980 55

OBITUARIES

HYMAN BERGER, 80,
26051 Lahser, Southfield,
died June 26. Survived by
nieces and nephews, includ-
ing Mrs. Albert (Ilene)
Coffman.
* * *
SIMON CLEPPS, 73,
died June 26. He leaves his
wife, Dorothy; two daugh-
ters, Mrs. Ernest (Elaine)
Rubinstein and Mrs. Dennis
(Marilyn) Dworin; a sister,
Mrs. Lillian Rosen of Lon-
don, England; and seven
grandchildren.

A

ESTHER

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vived by two sons, Abe and
Dr. Harry; a daughter, Mrs.
Norman (Rose) Sobe; two
sisters, Mrs. Fanny Fin-
kelstein and Mrs -. Bella
Hoenig; and nine
grandchildren.

* * *

SYLVIA TUNICK, 72,
27300 Franklin, Southfield,
died June 28. Survived by
her husband, Louis; a son,
Edward; a brother, David
Goldman; a sister, Mrs. Lil-
lian Rubenstein; and four
grandchildren.

* * *

DAVID WOLIN, 74,
16174 Oxley, Southfield,
died July 1. Survived by his
wife, Sylvia; a son, Gerald; a
daughter, Mrs. Michele
Kanfer; a brother, Irving of
Tucson, Ariz.; and four
grandchildren.

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.

TAMMUZ JULY
LOUIS KATZER
22 6
DAVE KREISMAN
22 6
NATHAN MOEHLMAN
22 6
ISADORE SHAPIRO
22 6
ALAN JEFFREY TKATCH
22 6
SOLOMON CHESLUK
22 6
PINCHAS N. ENGLER
22 6
JOSEPH FRIDENBERG
22 6
SAMUEL GOLD
22 6
HANNAH BEEN
23 7
BORUCH BIRMAN
23 7
HARRY BRANDMAN
23 7
LOUIS GUNS‘ERG
23 7
AVRUM S. HARRIS
23 7
IRENE JOSEPH
23 7
DAVID MOSES
23 7
FREDA NYMAN
23 7
BERNARD SWARTZ
23 7
MEYER ALDERMAN
24 8
DORA WEINENGER
24 8
MORRIS TRIVAX
24 8
JACOB BERMAN
25 9
SAMUEL HARRIS
25 9
BESSIE KRAKOFSKY
25 9
IRVING ROSENTHAL
25 9
ANNA BARON
26 10
DOROTHY HARRISON
26 10
ESTHER KUNIN
26 10
JOEL YEARL SIWEK
26 10
PHILIP WEISS
26 10
EVA COHAN
27 11
HYMAN LEVINE
27 11
J. MINTON BRESLER
28 12
ESTHER BRODER
28 12
ABE CHAUSKY
28 12
FRIEDA CHESLUK
28 12
DORA FLEISCHER
28 12
MORTON GOTTLIEB
28 12
SHEVA R.L. HIMELSTEIN
28 12
ISRAEL KOJDER
28 12
SHIFRA KOJDER
28 12
GUSSIE KUSHNER
28 12
DAVID LAKIN
28 12
GOLDIE S. WAXMAN
28 12-
SAMUEL YOFFEE
28 12

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