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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-02-20

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Connie Mason

Connie B. Mason, a
member of Jewish and civic
organizations, died Feb. 12
at age 59.
Born in Toledo, Ohio,
Mrs. Mason was a member
of Temple Bnai Tsrael in
Monroe, Business and Pro-
fessional Chapter of Bnai
Brith Women, American
Association of University
Women, Monroe Chapterof
Hadassah, a member of Iota
Alpha Phi at Wayne State
University and a past na-
tional vice president. She
o was the office manager
ner husband's accounting
firm. She resided in Monroe.
She leaves her husband,
Leonard A.; three daugh-
ters, Mrs. Eugene (Lynne)
Konstant of Huntington
Woods, Amy Bardach of
New York and Stephanie; a
sister, Mrs. Harold (Ruth)
Bornstein of Southfield; and
two grandchildren.

-

Mrs. Rabinowitz

Fannie
(Faygl)
Rabinowitz, former De-
troiter of Natanya, Israel,
died Dec. 25.
With her late husband,
Walter~ (Velvel), Mrs.
Rabinowitz was active on
behalf of Zionist organiza-
tions. They were members
of the Labor Zionist Al-
liance, Histadrut and Cong.
Beth Abraham Hillel
Moses. Mrs. Rabinowitz
also held membership in
Pioneer Women.
The couple realized their
lifelong dream of making
aliya in 1972. She was
interred in Israel.

Frank Greenfield

Frank A. Gfeenfield, part
owner and manager of Bus-
ter Brown Shoes at North-
land and Eastland, died
Feb. 11 at age 22.
Mr. Greenfield was a vic-
tim of last week's fire at the
Las Vegas (Nev.) Hilton
Hotel that claimed the lives •
of eight persons.
He leaves his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Edwin (Fayette)
Greenfield; a brother, Ste-
ven; and a sister, Linda.

PAULINE CARR, 83,
died Feb. 4. Survived by two
daughters-in-law, Mrs.
Morton (Alice) Cohen and
Mrs. Eugene (Roberta)
Hirsch; three
grandchildren, Sanford,
Paul and Dennis; and five
great-grandchildren.

* * *

ROBERT CHARLIP,
33, former Detroiter of
Chicago, Ill., died recently.
Survived by his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles (Ida)
Charlip; two brothers, Mar-
shall and Edward of
Chicago; and a sister, Bar-
bara.

* *

IDA FRANK, 91, died
Feb. 15. She leaves two
sons, Milton J. Miller, and
Ben Miller of New York; a

Anti-Soviet
Writer Dies

NEW YORK — Isaac Don
-Levine, a journalist and
militant opponent of the
Soviet regime, died Feb. 15
at age 89.
Mr. Levine was the
author of more than a dozen
books and was long associ-
ated with anti-Soviet
causes.
Born in Russia, the child
of a Zionist sympathizer,
Mr. Levine worked for The
Kansas City Star and the
New York Tribune. He later
was a columnist for Hearst
newspapers.
He was the editor of Plain
Talk, an anti-Communist
monthly. He was active in
forming the American
Committee for the Libera-
tion of the Peoples of Russia.

Louis Bradlin

Louis Bradlin, owner of
Louis the Hatter, men's clo-
thing stores, died Feb. 16 at
age 82.
Born in Russia, Mr. Brad-
lin opened his men's wear
store downtown in 1928.
The business grew to in-
clude a store on Livernois
Schindler Hits
and another in Oak Park.
Pro-Life Groups - He was a member of Pis-
NEW YORK — Rabbi gah Lodge of Bnai Brith.
Mr. Bradlin is survived
Alexander M. Schindler,
president of the Union of by a son, William; a stepson,
American Hebrew Congre- Dr. Joseph Rivkin; a daugh-
gations, has vigorously re- ter, Harriett Machado of
jected Charges by "self- Pasadena, Calif.; a sister,
styled pro-life groups" Lisa Borodulina; 17
equating abortion with the grandchildren and nine
great-grandchildren.
Nazi Holocaust. -
The Reform Jewish
leader called such accusa-
The Family
tions "a perversion of the
of the Late
truth," adding: "No one is
JENNIE
repelled to undergo or per-
PUCKOVITSKY
m an abortion. Everyone
TAMAREN
is free to choose life."

Yerida Planned

TEL AVIV (ZINS) — A
survey by the Public Opin-
ion Research Institute
shows that 6.9 percent of Is-
raelis over the age of 17 plan
to leave Israel. Eighteen
percent of all Israeli
families have at least one
member who plans to. leave
L the country.
Some 68.7 percent of Is-
raelis condemn emigration
while 31.1 percent condone
it.

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

Friday, February 20, 1981 63

OBITUARIES

daughter, Mrs. Israel (Beat-
rice) Siegel of Ellenville,
N.Y.; five grandchildren
and eight great-grand-
children.

* * *

DAVID E. FRENKEL,
88, died Feb. 13. Survived
by a son, Dr. Eugene P. of
Dallas, Tex.; a daughter,
Mrs. Harold (Myrtle)
Lenhoff, four grandchildren
and one great-grandchild.

* * *

DEBBIE GRODSKY,
former Detroiter of Califor-
nia, died Feb. 14. Survived
by her husband, Henry; two
sons, Ronald and Louis; a
daughter, Sandra; a
brother, Mickey Goldberg of
Birmingham; four sisters,
Mrs. Mickey (Lillian)
Greenwald of Oak Park,
Mrs. Geraldine Greenberg
of Lauderhill, Fla., Mrs.
Gloria Stein of Monroe and
Mrs. Robert (Bluma) Rolfe
of West Bloomfield; and two
grandchildren. Interment
California.

* * *

IRWIN KAPLAN, 88,
died Feb. 14. He leaves a
brother-in-law and sister-
in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob
(Sonya) Levit; nieces and
nephews. Interment Ramat
Gan, Israel.

* * *

BLANCHE KELL-
MAN, 87, of Shaker
Heights, Ohio, died Feb. 10.
She leaves two sons, Ed-
ward and Martin of Bir-
mingham; and a daughter,
Mrs.. Milton (Agnes)
Schulman of Shaker
Heights. Interment Detroit.

* * *

DORA
KRAFTS-
CHICK, 77, died Feb. 14.
Survived by two brothers,
Morris H. Glick and
Rudolph Glick of Hun-
tington Beach, Calif.; two
sisters, Mrs. Helen Ellison
of Delavan, Wis., and Mrs.

Jack (Hanna) Aliotta of Ft.
Meyers, Fla.

SAMUEL I. LaFOND,
56, died Feb. 15. Survived
by his wife, Beverly; a son,
Dr. Lawrencd; and two
daughters, Barbara and
Anna.

* * *

HENRY LEVENSON,
80, died Feb. 17. He leaves
three sons, Gerald of North
Miami, Fla., Sheldon and
Morris; four daughters,
Mrs. Joseph (Bea)
Breshgold, Mrs. Larry
(Anne) Bink, Sharleen and
Beverly; three brothers,
* * *
Ben of St. Cloud, Minn.,
Sam of Milwaukee, Wis.,
ESTHER SCHWARTZ,
and Harry of Duluth, Minn.; 95, died Feb. 18. Survived
nine grandchildren and one by a son, Arthur Erdos; two
great-granddaughter.
grandchildren and three
* * *
great-grandchildren.
* * *
MARIE S. LEVY, 81, of
the Bronx, N.Y., died Feb. 9.
MAY SMITH died Feb.
She leaves two sisters, Mrs. 18. She leaves a sister, Shir-
Ralph (Gertrude) Wolfe and ley.
* * *
Mrs. Joe (Estelle) Licht of
Southfield; nieces and
KLARA STARK, 85,
nephews. Interment De- died Feb. 14. Survived by
troit.
two sons, Walter and
* * *
Werner; a daughter, Mrs. S.
BEN J. RUDIN, 75, died Joseph (Lilo) Fauman; nine
Feb. 14. He leaves his wife, grandchildren and two
Celia; three daughters, great-grandchildren.
* * *
Mrs. Arnold (Ruth) Colman
of Tarzana, Calif., Mrs.
HARRY WEIMER, 66,
Dave (Joyce) Sakwa and died Feb. 11. Survived by
Mrs. Arnold (Jean) David- his wife, Rachel; two sons,
son; one brother, three sis- Dr. Sanford of San Fran-
ters and eight grand- cisco, Calif., and Philip of
children.
Kew Gardens, N.Y.; a
* * *
daughter, Mrs. John (Sha-
SARAH RACHEL ron M.) Sklar of Brown
SCHINDLER, 57, died Deer, Wis.; and four grand-
Feb. 14. Survived by her
husband, Morris Leon; two
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* * *
Mrs. Richard (Rosa-Lynne)
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BARNEY WISE, 76,
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Ann Arbor; her .mother, his wife, Jean; a daughter,
Mrs. Gertrude Leibovich of Mrs. Michael (Charlotte)
Toledo, Ohio; four sisters, Berman; two brothers, Ab-
Mrs. Harry (Clara) Schall of raham of Saginaw and
Toledo, Mrs. Simon (Ann) Theodore of Southfield; and
Kaplan, Mrs. William a sister, Mrs. Sam (Lilly)
(Jeanette) Geer and Mrs. Feldman.
Sydney (Barbara) Geller.
* * *
* * *
RICHARD GLEN
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FELS, JR., 62, died Feb. Survived by _his mother,
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two sons, Lee B. and Daniel Dr. Harvey, Jerrold and
A.; a daughter, Mrs. Joseph Ronnold.
(Susan) Eggly.

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A precious, loving, devoted wife, mother
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