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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-05-08

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Friday May 8, 1981

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

GERTRUDE AVRU-
SHIN, 74, ofOak Park, died
May 6. Survived
by a son, Jerome; a
daughter, Mrs. Arthur
(Marilyn) Biller; a brother,
Philip Pont; a sister, Mrs.
Harold (Inez) Metler; and
five grandchildren.

* * *

JACK BAILL, 88; of De-
troit, died May 5. Survived
by a brother, Harry of
California; a sister, Mrs.
Lily Mendelson of Oak
P- - •k; a daughter-in-law,
.on; and three grand-
cniidren.

* * *

SOL BRENNER, 76, of
Southfield, died May 5.
Survived by his wife, Net-
tie; three sons, Harold,
Michael, and Leon of San
Francisco, Calif.; --four
daughters, Mrs. David
(Marilyn) Rubin, Mrs.
Sheldon (Gloria) Jacobs,
Mrs. Roger (Diana)
Richmond, and Francine of
Canoga Park, Calif.; a sis-
ter, Mrs. Meyer (Julia) Sutz
of Spring Glen Estates,
N.Y.; and 11 grandchildren.

HAROLD I. COHEN,
65, of Oak Park, died May 4.
Survived by his wife, Lil-

I

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, recite-
tion of Kaddish
and Studying of
Mishnavos.

NATHAN ELUKIN
MAX NUSBAUM
MORRIS POLLACK
DAVID L. ROSENBERG
FAE SKOLNIK
LOUIS WEINGARDEN
MESHOLAM FIVAL
AGRANOVICH
HYMAN AVERBUCH
PHILIP FEINSTEIN
IDA KATZMAN
LOUIS KONIKOF
MISHKAH LIEBERMAN
ANNA YETTA SMITH
LEONARD N. BAKER
MERRILL GOODMAN
CHARLOTTE HOFFMAN
BRANDEL KAUFMAN
CELIA ROSEN
ABRAHAM M. ZACK
SADIE LYNN
ALICE ROBINSON
EVA WAINER
MARIE ZARKIN
HANNA BORDELOW
BESSIE GOLDSMITH
FANNIE GOREN
LEWIS LIONEL HELPERT
IDA KARBEL
ROSE KELMAN
JACOB LECHTZIN
IDA REISER
PHILIP ROSS
MURRAY J. SPRING
SIDNEY APPLEBAUM
FANNIE FREEDMAN
VICTORIA FREEDMAN
7 RSHON GROSSMAN
S. JALAN
..4NIE KLEINER
TOBA LERNER
GUS LEW
HARRY SHAPIRO
JENNIE K. SINGER
CHARLOTTE YAFFE
ABRAHAM BERRIS
EVA GOLDIN
HANNAH GOLDSTEIN
LEOPOLD HERTZ
CHARLES LIPCHINSKY
DAVID MODL1NSKY
ANNA RABINOVITCH
BETTY ROBINS .
SADIE WOOLF

IYAR MAY
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Yeshivath Beth
Yehudah

15751 W. Lincoln Dr.
557-6750
Southfield

11

,

OBITUARIES

lean; his mother, Bella Co-
hen; two brothers, Sam and
Dan of Novi; and a sister,
Mrs. Raoul (Lillian)
Coquereau of Los Angeles,
Calif.

PAUL DAVIDSON, 83,
died May 2. He leaves his
wife, Ida; two sons, Arnold
and Dr. Maurice; a daugh-
terl Mrs. Martin (Judith)
Herman; and nine grand-
children.

*

*

BEN DORF, 77, former
Detroiter of San Diego,
Calif.,-died May L Survived
by his wife, Sara; two sons,
,Michael of Los Angeles,
Calif., and Sheldon of San
Diego; a brother, Sam of
Hollywood, Fla.; and five
sisters, Mrs. Sam (Esther)
Kursman of Oak Park, Mrs.
Frank (Anna) Cooper of
Oak Park, Mrs. Nat (Min-
nie) Geruk of Southfield,
Mrs. Julius (Fay) Bashin of
Southfield and Mrs. Jack
(Ida) Zuckerman of South-
field. Interment San Diego.

* * *

BELLE GOLDHABER,
85, died April 30. She leaves
two sons, Marvin and
Leonard of Margate, Fla.;
four sisters, Mrs. Charles
(Zelda) Tennen, Mrs. Max
(Mollie) Smith, Mrs. Sam
(Ida) Levine and Mrs. Ben
(Edith) Warner of Hol-
lywood, Fla.; and two
grandchildren.

In Loving Memory Of

LEWIS
LIONEL
HELPERT

Dear husband, father
and grandfather, who
passed away May 7,
1979. Sadly missed by
his wife, Rose; children,
Dolores and Alvin; and
grandson, Scott Paul.

MAURICE KAHLDON,
64, of Southfield, died April
30. Survived by his wife,
Bessie; a son, Melvin A.; a
daughter, Mrs. Howard
(Linda) Nudell; two
brothers, Irwin and Meyer;
and seven grandchildren.

* * *

MYER KUSHNER, 79,
of Detroit, died May 4. Sur-
vived by a brother, Ab-
raham of Gary, Ind.; two sis-
Mrs. Rose Levenberg of
Hollywood, Fla., and Mrs.
Marie Stieglitz of San Fran-
cisco, Calif.; nieces and
nephews.

* * *

NATHAN MILLER, 83,
of Detroit, died May 4. Sur-
vived by a daughter, Mrs.
Jack (Elsie) Weiner of Park
Forest, Ill.; and four grand-
children.

* * *

BETTY PERLIN, 70, of
Oak Park, died May 4. Sur-

Harold Soble

Harold Soble, a pharma-
cist and builder and de-
veloper, died May 6 at age
75.
Born in Russia, Mr. Soble
was the former owner of
Checker Pharmacy for 53
years in Detroit. He was the
owner of Harold Soble and
Associates. He retired 10
years ago to Florida.
Mr. Soble was graduated
from the Detroit Institute of
Technology in 1928. He was
the past president of Cong.
Bnai David and the build-
ing chairman of its new and
present building in South-
field.
He was a member of
Mosaic Lodge of the Ma-
sons and Moslem Shrine.
He leaves his wife, Gol-
die; three sons, Jerome, Dr.
Allen and Kenneth; 15
grandchildren- and two
great-grandchildren. Serv-
ices noon today at Ira
Kaufman Chapel.

In Memory Of
Our Beloved
Mother and
Grandmother

The Family
of the Late

SAMUEL
HERSKOVIC

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

YETTA
PASCAL
WALDMAN

Who passed away
May 6, 1980. Sadly mis-
sed by her daughter,
Sadie Honsberger; and
grandson, David Hon-
sberger.

The Family of

In Loving Memory
of Beloved Mother
and Grandmother

IDA
MITZ

Who passed away
May 8, 1955. Never to be
forgotten by her chil-
dren and
grandchildren.

ThE

NETTIE
WINEMAN

Wishes to thank their
many friends and rela-
tives for their ex-
pressions of sympathy
on her demise April 16,
1981 in California.

Florence Lavetter and
Jeanette Cranston

vived by three sons, Earl
Meyers, Carl Meyers and
Marvin Meyers; a-daughter,
Mrs. Alvin (Norma) Lewis;
a brother, Ben Schurgin of
Sunrise, Fla.; and eight : .
grandchildren.

Julie; a sister, Mrs. Gordon
(Molly) Ryback; and a
brother, Murray Brown of
Maine.

* * *

HANNAH SNYDER,
MILTON ZINBERG, 67,
71, former Detroiter of died April 30. He leaves his
*
Miami, Fla., died May 6. wife, Helen; a son, Mel of
*
ILEANE
ROSE Survived by her husband, Pendleton, Ore.; and a
PLATT, 59, of Oak Park, Morris; three daughters, brother, Aaron.
died May 5. Survived by a Mrs. Saul (Leah) Bernstein
son, Barry; a daughter, De-- of Windsor, Mrs. Jack H.
Sidney A. Deitch
bra; two brothers, Howard (Ida) Schwartz and Mrs.
Hymie
(Doris)
Armeland
of
DETROIT
and Julius Schepart of Con-
MONUMENT WORKS
necticut; and a sister, Mrs. Windsor; a brother, Hyman
14441 W. 11 Mile Rd.
William (Mildred) Gosden Alderman of Florida; nine
Gardner, betty. Coolidge & Greenfield
grandchildren and seven
of Plainview, N.Y.
399-2711
Eve. 626-0330
great-grandchildren. Serv-
** *
ices noon today at Hebrew ■
HAROLD CHARLES Memorial Chapel.
RAIKOW, .70, of Detroit,
MONUMENT CENTER, INC.
* * *
died May 4. Survived by his
661 E. 8 MILE, FERNDALE
wife, Diana; a son, Robert J.
MARK L. SOLOMON,
11/2 Blocks E. of Woodward
of Pittsburgh, Pa.; two 84, died May 5. He leaves
6 Blks. from 3 Jewish
daughters, Mrs. Morris his wife, Mary; three sons,
Cemeteries on Woodward
(Marian) Levenson and Arthur, Robert and Jack; a
LI 2-8266
JO 4-5557
Mrs. Steven (Barbara) Bal- daughter, Mrs. Fred (Helen)
kin of Chicago, Ill.; a Babbin; 12 grandchildren
and two great-grand-
MONUMENTS BY
Morris Buch
children.
* * *
Morris Buch, an account-
AND
ISAAC WARSHAL, 83,
ing assistant supervisor for
the U.S. Army Automotive died May 3. He leaves his
Tank Command, died April wife, Frances; a son,
Charles Wrubel; four
29. He was 70.
Born in Cleveland, Mr. grandchildren and nieces
FINE MONUMENTS
Buch lived many years in and nephews.
SINCE 1910
* * *
the Detroit area, prior to
13405 CAPITAL at Coolidge
EVELYN WINSTON,
moving to Sunrise, Fla.,
OAK PARK - LI /12212
where he resided at the time 47, died May 1. She leaves
Next to Stanley Steamer .
two daughters Barbara and
of his death.
He won the highest award
Monuments For All Jewish Cemeteries
for a civilian from the Tank
tr l 'Un4t17: W ITNI.,58
Command. During World
nint
War II, Mr. Buch was a
SHELDON GRANITE COMPANY
Jewish chaplain and a
Serving the Jewish Community for over 60 years
roentgenologist in the
Pacific. He was graduated
19800 WOODWARD
SAM GORLICK
from the University of De-
(Betw. 7 8 8 Mile)
(owner)
troit with a degree in ac-
counting.
368-3550
Mr. Buch was a
member of the former
Cong. Beth Aaron, Cong.
Beth Achim, Cong. Mish-
424,
kan Israel Nusach H'Ari
and a synagogue in
Florida.
He was the first president
of the Waterbridge Sick
Association of Sunrise and
was an active supporter of
synagogues and Jewish
philanthropies both here
YES—to the Jewish National Fund
and in Florida.
Mr. Buch is survived by
his wife, Mildred; two sons,
JNF land supports the whole Israel
Lawrence H. of Farmington
economy It grows its food — On it
Hills and David J. of
stands Israel's religious, educational
Chicago, Ill.; and a sister,
and welfare institutions. A bequest to
Mrs. Joseph (Ruth) Devoren
Jewiih National Fund is a bequest to
of Royal Oak.
the entire Jewish people, linking your

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name and that of your family with Israel
in perpetuity.

Florence Rac

Florence H. Rac, a retired
teacher in the Detroit Pub-
lic Schools, died April 30 at
age 70.
A native Detroiter, Mrs.
Rac taught visually and
hearing impaired students
for 35 years. She was re-
tired.
She leaves her husband,
John; a brother, Bernard
Horwitz; a sister, Rose
Horwitz; and nieces and
nephews.

IRA KA MAN C

Dir6ctors of Funerals

brother, Sol of LaJolla,
Calif.; and five grand-
children.

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