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June 05, 1981 - Image 71

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-06-05

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Friday, June 6, 1 981 11

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

MOLLIE BASEMEN,
87, of Detroit, died May 31.
Survived by a son, Jack Gil-
bert; a daughter, Mrs.
Joseph (Sylvia) May of
Monroe; a sister, Mrs. Leah
Alpert of California; seven
grandchildren and eight
great-grandchildren.
* * *
ALBERT BLUESTEIN,
83, former Detroiter of
Sherman Oaks, Calif., died
recently. Survived by two
se - Marvin and Jerry; a
d, .ter, Mrs. Sheldon

Dr. Edward Mintz

Dr. Edwal I. Mintz, a
gynecologist- ,ostetrician at
Harper Hospital, now re-
tired, died June 2 at age 75.
Born in Cleveland, Ohio,
Dr. Mintz lived 65 years in
Detroit. He retired to High-
land Beach, Fla., 101/2 years
ago.
Dr. Mintz was a surgeon
who was graduated from the
University of Michigan
Medical School.
He is survived by his wife,
Dorothy; a sister, Mrs. Max
(Jerry) Blaine of Southfield;
two nephews and a niece.
Interment Florida.

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
Mishnayos.

SIVAN JUNE
JAY S. BODZIN
5 7
TERESA GLANCA
5 7
MAX GLASSMAN
5 7
DAVID MARGULIES
5 7
SOL NUSBAUM
5 7
YOSEF CHAIM
PAPENLANSKY
5 7
BEATRICE LEVITT
5 7
SAM SOLOMON
5 7
MINNIE WEINBAUM
5 7
MEYER FRIEDMAN
6 8
SARAH L. KAPLOWITZ
6 8
GOLDIE KOSOFSKY
6 8
WOLF LAKRITZ
6 8
JACOB STEIN
6 8
SAMUEL H. WEINGARDEN
6 8
SARAH AVERBUCH
7 9
REBECCA GREENBERG
7 9
SAMUEL STERN
7 9
JENNI LAZAROVITCH
7 9
SARAH LEVIN
7 9
MORRIS OMMERMAN
7 9
SHEMA LEAH ORECHKIN
7 9
BERTHA SCHAAP
7 9
RALPH SOBLE
7 9
SIMA LEAH STERN
7 9
MAX UPITER
7 9
ABRAHAM WACHTENHEIM
7 9
WOLFE WROTSLAVSKY
7 9
JOSEPH FANTICH
8 10
SARAH GOLDMAN
8 10
FANNIE LIEBER
8 10
JENNY PINSKER
8 10
HYMAN WEINMAN
8 10
MARGARET ENGEL
9 11
LOUIS FINKELSTEIN
9 11
BESSIE GLIEBERMAN
9 11
IRVING KATZ
9 11
JI , nA LACHAR
9 11
' - FKOWITZ
9 11
NORBER
9 11
WILLIAM SCHULMAN
9 11
BERTHA TORGOW
9 11
MINNIE COHEN
10 12
MEYER LAZARUS
10 12
BENJAMIN MILLER
10 12
SAM ROSENBAUM
10 12
SAMUEL RUBIN
10 12
HARRY SHRIMAN
10 12
RACHEL STEINBOCK
10 12
ANNA STOLL
10 12
REBECCA TEMCHIN
10 12
DANIEL GREENBLATT
11 13
JACOB MANDELL
11 13
LIBBY ROSENBERG
11 13
FANNY STOLARSKY
11 13

Yeshivath Beth
Yehudah

15751 W. Lincoln Dr.
557-6750
Southfield

OBITUARIES

(Beverly)
Zuieback;
grandchildren and great-
grandchildren.

her husband, Morton; three
daughters, Mrs. Yehudah
(Chana) Frishman of Los
* * *
Angeles, Calif., Mrs. Judith
BERNICE DAVIS, 81, Cohl and Caroline; two
died May 28. She leaves two brothers, Samuel Rosenthal
nieces, Mrs. Abraham and Harold Rosenthal; a sis-
(Dorothea) Becker and Mrs. ter, Mrs. Laverne (Frieda)
Nelson (Virginia) Riley of Conshafter; and six
Port Sanalac.
grandchildren.
* * *
* * *
ADOLPH EINZIG, 90,
former Detroiter of Cleve-
SAM JARMEL, former
land Heights, Ohio, died Detroiter of Deerfield Be-
May 30. He leaves three ach, Fla., died May 28. Sur-
daughters, Mildred of Uni- vived by his wife, Hannah; a
versity Heights, Ohio, Mrs. daughter, Mrs. Lou (Selma)
Edwin
E.
(Pauline) Messing of New York; and
Erickson of Southfield and one grandson. Interment
Mrs. Arthur (Eleanor) Scott Florida.
of
Cleveland;
two
* * *
grandchildren and two
IRVING LANDES, 77,
great-grandchildren.
died May 31. He leaves two
Interment Detroit.
sisters, Mrs. Jack (Mollie)
* * *
LOUIS HAMMERS- Cook of Dover, N.H., and
TEIN, 81, died June 3. Sur- Mrs. Mischa (Clara) Spiegel
vived by his wife, Pauline; a of West Orange, N.J.
son, Fred of Cookville,
* * *
Tenn.; three daughters,
JOSEPH LOVETT, 61,
Mrs. Elaine Hirsch, Mrs.
Robert (Gertrude) Rothen- of Detroit, died May 29.
berg of Delray Beach, Fla., Survived by a sister, Mrs.
and Mrs. Howard (Anita) Ethel Phipps of Lyons, N.Y.;
Triest; two brothers, Sol and and a cousin, Mrs. Samuel
Sam; and eight (Dorothy) Shepard.
grandchildren. Services 1
* * *
p.m. - today at Hebrew
JOSEPH LUFT, 73, died
Memorial Chapel.
May 29. He leaves a
* * *
ESTHER HENRY, 71, brother, Michael; and two
died May 28. Survived by sisters, Mrs. Emanuel (Mar-
ion) Rosenthal and Mrs.
Sam (Yetta) Shapiro of St.
Petersburg, Fla.

GUSSIE MAY, 70, of
Southfield died June 2. Sur-
vived by a son, Robert; two
daughters, Marilyn Zeldes
and Mrs. Robert (Alice)
Schneider; four sisters, Mrs.
Bessie Cohen, Mrs. Pearl
Shapiro, Mrs. Sadie Wol-
berg and Mrs. Samuel
(Rose) Weiner; and seven
grandchildren.

* * *

PINCUS MONCZNIK,
66, of Southfield, died June
1. Survived by his wife,
Esther; two sons, Perry and
Joseph Monroe; two sisters,
Mrs. Mary Efros and Mrs.
Helen Bielawski; and two
grandchildren.

* * *

EMIL NEUVIRTH, 79,
died May 29. Survived by
his wife, Helen; two sons,
Morris and Ernest; three
daughters, Mrs. Hy (Sybil)
Ankerman, Mrs. Irving A.
(Irene) Rubin and Mrs.
Bruce (Rosalie) Rosen; two
brothers, Ignatz and Rabbi
Majer, both of New York; 16
grandchildren and two
great-grandchildre-n.

* * *

MARGARET POL-
LAK, 71, died June 3. Sur-
vived by her husband, Ar-
min; a son, Ernest; a
brother, Ernest Katz of
Russia; one sister and two
grandchildren.

* * *

JAMES B. SCHUS-
TER, former Detroiter of
Hollywood, Calif., died May
30. He leaves his father,
In Memoriam
RUTH
Max D. of Miami, Fla.; and
HALBERG
In loving memory of our two sisters, Mrs. Harold
dear mother, Ida Pevin, (Janet) Jaffe and Mrs. Les-
Sadly missed and
who passed away May 21, ter (Judy) Koploy, both of
never to be forgotten by
1942, five days in Sivan. Southfield.
loving children, grand-
Sadly missed by son,
* * *
children and great-
George; and daughters,
grandchild.
MANNY
ALLEN
Betty Fisher, Elsie and Syl-
66,
died
May 28.
STERNS,
via.
Survived by his wife,
Esther; three sons, David of
San Diego, Calif., Alvin and
In Loving Memory of the Late
Franklin of North Hol-
lywood, Calif.; a daughter,
Ms. Judy Rosen; two

In Loving
Memory Of

MAX SOLARZ

You are sadly missed by all your family
and friends. We think about you often as
you are forever in our hearts.

Your loving wife, children
and grandchildren

The essential factors in
character building are reli-
gion, morality and knowl-
edge.
—J. L. Pickard

The Family
of the Late

MILTON
EISNER

The Family of the Late

DR. MANUEL A.
KLINGER

Acknowledges with grateful appreciation
the many kind expressions of sympathy ex-
tended by relatives and friends during the
family's recent bereavement.

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

Sophie Eisner
Eugene and
Karen Eisner

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brothers, Benjamin Gam-
burd and Sam Gamburd; a
sister, Mary Heller; and five
grandchildren.

* * *

ROSE DEBORAH
TUTTLEMAN, 75, died
May 30. Survived by two
sons, Oscar J. and Robert L.;
a brother, Samuel Feldman;
a sister, Ms. Jean Feldman;
and four grandchildren.

* * *

SHIRLEY WATER-
STONE died June 3.
She leaves two sons,
Howard and Fred; three
brothers, Nathan Feldman
of Florida, Hy Feldman of
Southfield and Edward
Feldman of Oak Park; two
sisters, Mary Feldman of
Las Vegas, Nev., and Mrs.
Sol (Lillian) Tananbaum of
Chicago, Ill.; six
grandchildren and three
great-grandchildren. Serv-
ices 11:30 a.m. today at Ira
Kaufman Chapel.

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* * *

JEANNE WEIL, for-
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BUILD A
STRONG ISRAEL

If the tradition of including the Jewish
National Fund in the Will of every Jew were
invariably followed, sufficient resources would
be accumulated to ensure the future of the
young Jewish State on a sound basis of land
development, social welfare, and justice.

A bequest to the Jewish National Fund
should be as traditional as having a Blue Box
in one's home.

You may want your bequest to be
dedicated to a• forestation, to a village, a
Nachlah, to a children's play area, to perpetual
yahrzeit or kaddish, or to some form of
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Directors of Funerals

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Interment Rochester, N.Y.

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