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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-01-30

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

H. I. Feldman,
NY Builder

NEW YORK — Hyman
Isaac Feldman, who de-
signed the national head-
quarters of the United
Jewish Appeal building in
New York, as well as
apartment complexes,
homes, schools, post offices
and synagogues, died Jan.
26 at age 84.

The Family
of the Late

ELIYAHU
ADELSBERG

HARRY BIEDERMAN,
55, died Jan. 21. Survived
by his wife, Sally; and two
sons, Edward and Mark.

* * *

ANNA BLAZOFSKY,
80, died Jan. 21 in Hallan-
dale, Fla. Survived by four
sons, Frank, Lloyd I., Dr.
Kenneth Blaze of Hol-
lywood, Fla., and Jacob M.
Blaz; 11 grandchildren and
one great-grandchild.

* * *

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

BERTHA CAHN, 88, of
Sterling Heights, died Jan.
21. Survived by a daughter,
Mrs. Ellen K. Davis; three
grandchildren and two
great-grandchildren.

* * *

DR.
MICHAEL
FABER, 76, died Jan. 23.
He leaves three daughters,
Deborah Grant of Newton
Center, Mass., Joan and
Carol Johnson; two
brothers, Isadore and Fred
of West Palm Beath, Fla.;
two sisters, Ann Zalman
and Clara Sachs; and seven
grandchildren.
• * *
ALBERT FISHER, 65,
died Jan. 27. Survived by
two sisters, Mrs. Harry
(Ada) Daniels and Mrs. Leo
(Muriel) Cycowski.

Norman Adelsberg
would like to acknowl-
edge with grateful
appreciation the many
kind expressions of
sympathy extended by
friends during his re-
cent bereavement over
the loss of his brother

ELIYAHU
ADELSBERG

in Israel.

* * *

MARCUS FORDON,
73, died Jan. 25. Survived
by his wife, Sophie; three
daughters, Mrs. Bernard
(Marjory) Fettner of San
Diego, Calif., Mrs. Victor
(Paula) Skuratowicz of San
Rafael, Calif., and Mrs.
Charles (Alice) Hansen of
Grosse Pointe Park; a sister,
Mrs. Dorothy Lehman of Ft.
Lauderdale, Fla.; and nine
grandchildren.

Allen and Franka
Charlupski
The Family
of the Late

IDA
ORNER

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

N

In Loving Memory
Never to be forgotten,
dear Husband, Father
and Grandfather

ARTHUR
KLEE

Who passed away
Feb. 2, 1980. Sadly mis-
sed by wife, Lilly;
daughters, Rosetta and
Brenda; and
grandchildren.

In Loving Memory Of

KENNETH S.
MOSS

Who passed away
Feb. 1, 1978. Sadly mis-
sed and very much
loved by his wife, Ede;
children and
grandchildren.

In loving memory,
husband, father and
grandfather, who
passed away Jan. 27,
1975. Sadly missed and
always remembered by
wife, Hanna; children,
Norman and Fay; and
grandchildren,
Michael, Allen, Ronald,
Dennis and Stacey.

* * *

DAVID KAUFMAN, 92, Prof. Hurwitz,
died Jan. 24. Survived by Renowned Jurist
his wife, Sadie; a daughter,
NEW YORK — Prof.
Mrs. Rose Ann Swerdlen; Stephan Hurwitz, an inter-
four grandchildren and one ' national jurist who became
great-grandchild.
Denmark's first parliamen-
* * _*
tary commissioner for pub-
SAUL KESSLER of lic affairs or ombudsman,
New York died Jan. 28. He died Jan. 22 at age 79.
* * *
leaves his wife, Frances
He joined the under-
ANNA R. GOLDBERG, (Kaufman); a son, Michael
ground
during the Nazi oc-
87, died Jan. 28. Survived of Colorado; a daughter,
by a son, Irving; a brother, Mrs. Stephen (Marcella) cupation, but later fled to
Irving Sarnoff; three sis- Kolodny of Baltimore, Md.; Sweden. He helped prepare
ters, Mrs. Eva Domowich, four brothers, three sisters the legal ground for the
prosecution-of Danish war-
time collaborators, but con-
demned a spirit of revenge
and became a critic of stiff
sentences meted out on the
basis of retroactive legisla-
February 1, 1977
13th of Shevat
tion.
This day returns with sad regrets, brings back a time

* * *

WILLIAM FRIED-
MAN, 92, died Jan. 23. He
leaves a son, Milton of
Westport, Conn.; a daugh-
ter, Mrs. Leonard (Blanche)
Borovoy; two grandchild-
ren, and one great-
grandson.

LIBBY LENA GREENE

we'll never forget. The tears in our eyes we can wipe
away, but the pain in our hearts will always stay. For
you were taken in such an unfair way. What wouldn't
we give to see your smile, if only for a moment or only for
a while. The memories we have will never die, but every
day we ask why God why. Your spirit lingers near us
with comfort and with love.God let her walk in sunshine
your love around her flow. For the Mom she was to us no
one will ever know. It broke our hearts to lose you, Ma,.
but you did not go alone for part of us went with you the
day God called you home..

From your children
Margie Greene Ruby, Edythe Greene Futterman,
Fritzie Greene Gans, Ruth Greene Schwarz,
M. Howard Greene, Sidney Greene.

11- EIRA

63

OBITUARIES

Mrs. Gussie Goldstein of and three grandchildren.
New York and Mrs. Edith Interment St. Louis.
• * *
Lempert.
* * *
SOL LEVIN, 85, of Pon-
FRED SOLOMON tiac, died Jan. 22. Survived
GOODMAN, 48, died Jan. by his wife, Edith; three
25. Survived by his wife, sons, Dr. Murray B., Donald
Barbara; children, Michael and Dr. Norman of North-
C. of Pontiac, Francine and ridge, Calif.; and 10 grand-
Mark W.; his father, Harry;
children.
* * *
his mother, Anna Kay; and
two grandchildren.
IDA LEVINE, 88, died
* * *
Jan. 26. She leaves a son,
BEATRICE GOULD- Gerald; two sisters, Mrs.
ING, 76, former Detroiter of Eugene (Bess) Lastar and
Toronto, Ontario, Canada, Mrs. Benjamin (Anne)
died Jan. 18. Survived by Siegel; one grandchild and
her husband, William; a two great-grandchildren.
* * *
daughter, Mrs. Jerome
SALLY MARGOLIS,
(Eleanor) Fine of South-
81, died Jan. 15. Survived
field; and two grandchild-
by a sister, Mrs. Bella
ren. Interment Toronto.
* * *
Barger of Taylor; nieces and
MINNIE REBECCA nephews. * * *
HURWITZ, 80, died Jan.
WILLIAM MINTZ, 83,
23. Survived by a daughter,
died Jan. 25. He leaves his
Mrs. Franklin (Rose) Fuchs;
wife,' Gussie; two sons,
and a brother, Harry Golds-
Frank of Taylor and Ber-
tein of Louisville, Ky.
• *
nard; a daughter, Mrs. Leo
THELMA TILLIE (Harriet) Rich of California;
JEROFSKY, 63, died Jan. four brothers, Louis of
Florida, Harry of Canada,
21. Survived by her hus-
David of Florida and Sam of
band, Frank; her mother,
Mrs. Anna Smith; a sister, California; seven grand-
children and two great-
Mrs. Sylvia Weitzman;
grandchildren.
nieces and nephews.
* * *
* * *
SAMUEL NEIMARK,
ROSE KAPLAN, 73, 96, died Jan. 26. Survived
former Detroiter of Desert
by three sons, Harold of
Hot Springs, Calif., died California, Seymour Gor-
Jan. 21. Survived by her
man and Herbert Gorman; a
husband, Sam; two sons,
daughter, Doris; and four
Morton of Southfield and
grandchildren. Services I
Robert of Oak Park; a
p.m. Sunday at Hebrew
brother, Barnett Cohen of Memorial Chapel.
Oak Park; two sisters, Syl-
* * *
via Hausman and 'Ruth
LEON
ROSINSKI,
66,
Pensler, both of Oak Park;
died Jan. 24. He leaves his
and four grandchildren. wife,
Dorothy.
Interment California.

In Memoriam

MORRIS
TAROCKOFF

Friday, January 30, 1981

KA

Directors of Funerals

Dr. Newmark,
Engineering Prof

NEW YORK — Dr.
Richard M. Newmark, pro-
fessor emeritus of civil
engineering at the Univer-
sity of Illinois and a consul-
tant on the design of
earthquake-resistance
structures, died Jan. 25 at
age 70.
In 1968, Dr. Newmark re-
ceived the National Medal
of Science for his research in
civil engineering.

MAN

ROBERT DAVID
SALLEN, 56, died Jan. 26.
He leaves his wife, Arline;
three sons, Gary, Richard
and Steven; his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Silverman;
a sister, Mrs Newton
(Selma) Freedman of
Florida; and one grand-
child.

* * *

ROSE SCHWARTZ, 80,
of Toronto, Ont., died Jan.
16. She leaves a son, Jack H.
of Oak Park; six grand-
children and two great-
grandchildren.

* * *

SHIRLEY SHERMAN,
82, died Jan. 27. Survived
by a son, Max Scheiniger; a
daughter, Mrs. Abe (Reva)
Chaitman; a brother,
Joseph Kaufman of Ft.
Lauderdale, Fla.; three sis-
ters, Mrs. Yetta Getter,
Mrs. Gussie Gerson of
California and Mrs. Sam
(Edna) Tucker of West Palm
Beach, Fla.; and three
grandchildren.

* * *

DAVID SIMKOVITZ,
81, died Jan. 28. Survived
by his wife, Helen; two sons,
Wilbert and Dr. Ralph S.
Sands of Tarzana, Calif.;
and seven grandchildren

* * *

GERTRUDE SMALL,
69, died Jan. 24. She leaves
a son, Howard; a daughter,
Mrs. Julius (Sally) Becker;
a sister, Mrs. Morris (Betty)
Rubin; two brothers,
Seymour Techner of To-
ronto, Canada, and Manuel

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* * *

DR. WILLIAM J. VID-
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sons, Dr. George and Rod-
ney; three sisters, Mrs.
Sophie Shifrin of Detroit,
Mrs. Jessie Bright and Mrs.
Ruth Bright, both of South-
field; and two
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WE REMEMBER •

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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.

SHEVAT FEB.
HYMAN ALTMAN
27 1
ERNEST H. CHAYET
27 1
MELVIN EARL DUCHAN
27 1
SOPHIE ENGELMAN
27 1
RUBEN GREVNIN
27 1
ROSE HERSHMAN
27 1
PEARL PATENT
27 1
HELEN EVELYN SILVER
27 1
ROSE FELDSTEIN
28 2
HANNCHEN HESS
28 2
MAX KAPLAN
28 2
JACK LUBLIN
28 2
DAVID MORRIS
28 2
LIFSHA OLESHANSKY
28 2
BENJAMIN A. POLLACK
28 2
SHRAGO JOSEPH
PHILLIP RUFFSKY
28 2
MARY ERLICH
29 3
MARY FILL
29 3
EUGENE JACOB GOODMAN 29 3
SAMUEL GORE
29 3
ESTHER FREYDA KLAUS
29 3
SIMA KAILA B. MOSHE
29 3
HERMAN SCHEN
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29 3
MAX WAIN
29 3
BEN WEIDER
29 3
AARON LOUIS BERG
30 4
BENJAMIN BRONCWAIG
30 4
LOUIS M. DUNN
-
30 4
ERNA EISCH
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CHASHE MIRIAM LEVENSON30 4
HYMAN ROSEN
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MIRIAM SCHEY
30 4
DORA SEIDEL
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LEO NATHAN SPECTOR
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ABRAHAM WOLOK
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JOSEPH FREEDMAN
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MILLIE GALLOW
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MAX HARRIS
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FRANK E. LEIDERMAN
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FANNIE REMER
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RUTH SELTZER
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ASHER SMITH
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MARY WEINGARDEN
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JACK ABRAMSON
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JOSEPH CLINTON
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BELLA ELLIAS
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SARA MILLER
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MARVIN MODLINSKY
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AARON POLLACK
2 6
BEN SOLOMON
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LOUIS WALTMAN
2 6
ESTHER NOVITZ
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ANN WILNER

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