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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, lune 12, 1981

11

OBITUARIES

SONIA F. BANKLE, 76,
died June 10. She leaves a
daughter, Mrs. Eugene
(Bernice) Slobin; and two
granddaughters. Services 1
p.m. today at Ira Kaufman
Chapel.

RUTH BRENNER, 83,
formerly of Bay City, died
June 4. She leaves nieces
and nephews. Interment
Bay City.

Feldman of Bloomfield Hills
and Mrs. Jack (Goldie)
Stein of Los Angeles, Calif.;
and seven grandchildren.
Interment Detroit.

* * *

* * *

IDA GLUCHOWSKY,
83, died June 6. She leaves
three daughters, Mrs.
Charles (Lillian) Lebeaux,
Mrs. Herman (Eleanor)
Shapiro and Mrs. Herman
(Pearl) Jaffee; a sister, Mrs.
Jennie Simon of California;
seven grandchildren and 10
great-grandchildren.

* * *

DENA GATEMAN, 70,
SIDNEY BLAIR, 60, former Detroiter of Miami,
died June 3. He leaves his Fla., died June 4. She leaves
wife, Emma; two sons, her husband, Dr. David; two
David of San Francisco, sons, Martin Benson of
Calif., and Robbie of Ann Bloomfield Hills and Robert
Arbor; a daughter, Mrs. Benson of Farmington
c as (Minda) Furr of Hills; a daughter, Mrs.
L.–co, Calif.; his father, Joseph (Nita) Silberschein
Morris Blair of Florida; a of Southfield; a brother, Irv-
brother, Albert; and four ing Wine of Southfield; two
sisters, Mrs. Sam (Pearl)
grandchildren.

* * *

IRENE B. GRAFF, 54,
died June 7. She leaves her
husband, Jack; two sons,
Robert and Douglas; a
daughter, Mrs. Walter
(Jane) Kaatz; her mother,
Mrs. Philip (Sadie)
Horowitz; and a brother,
Martin Horowitz of Los
Angeles, Calif.

Torah Scholar M. Feldman,
Prolific Writer, Led Orthodox

LOS ANGELES — Rabbi
Moses Jacob Feldman, dean
of the Orthodox rabbis in
Los Angeles, died April 26
at age 85.
Ordained at the Etz
Chaim Yeshiva in London,
England, and a graduate of
London University, Rabbi
Feldman, had a long career
as a talmudic researcher
and commentator.
Rabbi Feldman was a pro-

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.

JOSEPH GITTELMAN
JOSEPH JAFFA
ABE MEISNER
DAVID ANBENDER
ELIYOHU MORDECHAI
APPLEBAUM
LENA KLEIN
IRENE ROSENTHAL
BERNARD G. SKULLY
ABRAHAM STEINBERG
BELLE CLAYMAN
JACK ELKIN
FANNY RUBINSTEIN
ISAAC RUFFSKY
JEROME SHALIT
KATE WINSTON
ISAAC YABECK
SAMUEL SATOVSKY
MARY BEDNARSH
MOLLIE DANIELS
FABER
NIMON KATZ
JOSEPH HARRY
LAKRITZ
ELLA MONAST
MICHELE EISENMAN
MARVIN M. FABER
JACOB FRANOVITZ
JULIUS HECHTMAN
HARRY ISRAEL
BASHA FAIGA
KAZERINSKI
RACHEL MARWIL
REBECCA MEDOW
ROSE SCHURAYTZ
SwOLOM SCOTT
'AN SHAPIRO
iR I. STEEL
EIHER RACHEL
BRODMAN
RABBI HYMAN
EISENBERG
BESSIE HARRIS
BERTHA HELFMAN
JOSEPH HOLTZMAN
ABRAHAM KLENOV
MORRIS VERNICK
BECKIE WEINBERG
CHAYA GOLDA COHEN
FRED FISHER
NATHAN LEVINE
NETTIE MARKOFSKY
DR. NATHAN J.
REISMAN

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557-6750
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lific writer and his works,
such as the multi-volume
topical concordance to bibli-
cal and talmudic literature
"Areshet Sefatenu," are
owned by Torah scholars
world-wide.
Just prior to his death,
Rabbi Feldman com-
pleted a monumental
piece of Torah research,
"Meshivat Nafesh," a
commentary on the
Torah Temima.
Rabbi Feldman, whose
daughter Trude is a Wash-
ington correspondent who
covered the Eichmann trial
and interviewed every
President since the late
John Kennedy, was also an
educator who would invite
students of Judaica to his
home to hear talmudic dis-
courses and to study biblical
text with him.
Rabbi Feldman was the
spiritual leader of Los
Angeles' Beth Israel Con-
gregation, formerly the
Olive Street Synagogue,
and later served the Bnai
Emunah and Bnai Jeshu-
run synagogues.

Morris Friedman

Morris Friedman, a scrap
metal dealer, died June 10
at age 62.
Born in Ann Arbor, Mr.
Friedman was a member
and past president of Cong.
Beth Israel in Ann Arbor.
He resided in Ann Arbor.
He leaves his wife, Mari-
lyn; a son, Jay; a daughter,
Mrs. Howard (Helen) Top-
cik of Huntington Woods.; a
sister, Mrs. Ida Freid of
Flint; and three
grandchildren. Services 10
a.m. today at Ira Kaufman
Chapel.

* * *

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ney and Philip; a daughter,
Mrs. Hyman (Sarah)
Koenigsberg; 14 grand-
children and eight great-
grandchildren.

parents, Mr. and Mi's. Louis
(Gussie) Rochman and Mr.
Paul Chaiken of Tampa,
Fla. Interment Ft. Lauder-
dale, Fla.

RUBY SMOLNICK, 84,
died June 6. He leaves a son,
William H. Manning; a
niece, Goldie Soloman; and
two grandchildren.

BLUMA KATZMAN,
formerly of Windsor, Ont.,
of Encino, Calif., died June
4. Survived by a son, Aaron
of Oak Park; a daughter,
Mrs. Donald (Bernice) Tol-
lefson of Encino; and five
grandchildren. Interment
Los Angeles, Calif.

LASZLO ROTTER, 83,
died June 3. He leaves a sis-
ter, Mrs. Nissan (Esther)
Talmazon of Israel; and a
nephew, Israel Tal of South-
field.

Sidney A. Deitch
DETROIT
MONUMENT WORKS

* * *

* * *

DOROTHY (DORA)
KLEIN, 76, former De-
troiter of Buffalo, N.Y., died
June 1. Survived by her
husband, Joseph; a son,
Marvin; three daughters,
Mrs. Marvin (Ruth) Elkin of
Kenmore, N.Y., Mrs. Mel-
vin (Beverly) Mesnekoff of
Williamsville, N.Y., and
Gail of Buffalo; two
'brothers, Myron Shapiro of
Southfield and Albert Shap-
iro of Oak Park; eight
grandchildren and five
great-grandchildren.

SELMA GREEN, 71,
died June 7. She leaves a
son, Ira of St. Petersburg,
* * *
Fla.; three daughters, Mrs.
RABBI DOVID KOW-
Elaine Walsh, Brenda and
Mrs. Sidney (Julia) NAT, 32, of Lakewood, N.J.,
Kovinsky; and nine grand- `died last week. Survived by
his wife, Bracha; six chil-
children.
* * *
dren; and his parents, Mr.
FANNY KAPLAN, -84, and Mrs. Abraham (Rose)
died June 7. Survived by Kownat of Oak Park.
four sons, Sidney, Samuel of Interment Israel.
* * *
West Lafayette, Ind., Bar-
DONALD KRUPP, 52,
died June 10. He leaves two
sons, Barry and Brian;,two
Tillie Meer, 78
daughters, Debi and Mrs.
Tillie Meer, co-founder Betty Mitz; and a sister,
and former treasurer of Mrs. Larry (Geraldine)
Meer Dental Supply, died Rosen of Encino, Calif.
June 8 at age 78.
Services 3:30 p.m. today at
Born in Russia,• Mrs. Ira Kaufman Chapel.
Meer lived 70 years in De-
* * *
troit. The company was
ANNA
MEYERSON,
founded in 1920 and is still
82, died June 9. She leaves a
in business.
Mrs. Meer was a member son, Miles of Chicago, Ill.;
of Cong. Bnai Moshe and a and three grandchildren.
* * *
past president of its sister-
MARK STEWART
hood. She also was a former
board member of the Jewish PITT, 26, died June 3. Sur-
Home for Aged and a vived by his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Sol (Ida) Pitt; a
member of Hadassah.
She leaves a son, Edward; brother, Leonard of New
two daughters, Mrs. Her- Haven, Conn.; and his
bert (Norma) Handelsman grandmother, Mrs. Minnie
and Mrs. Arnold (Marion) Frederick.
* * *
Wisper of Los Angeles,
Calif.; three brothers, Al-
ANDREA RAYNA
bert Budman and William ROCHMAN, 14, former
Budman, both of California, Detroiter of Lauderhill,
and Abraham Budman; a Fla., died June 5. Survived
sister, Mrs. Murray (Sadie) - by her parents, Mr. and
Bosin; eight grandchildren Mrs. Milton (Brenda)
an-d five great-grand- Rochman; two sisters, Kim-
children.
berlie and Dorian; grand-

The Family of the Late

In Memoriam

FELIX ROSENZWEIG

In loving memory of my
dear mother-in-law, Bessie
Lafer, who passed away
June 20, 1978. Sadly missed
by daughters, Rose Smith,
Goldie Gold, Faye Lafer,
Esther Oppenheim; son,
Louis Lafer; and son-in-law,
Albert Smith.

Wishes to acknowledge, with deepest
gratitude, the many kind and sincere ex-
pressions of sympathy we received during
our recent bereavement.
Wife Frances; children
Michael and Shelli, Robert,
Dena and Miriam

* * *

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Morganroth and Jill of
Glenview, Ill.; two sisters,
Mrs. Freida Lieberman of
Canoga Park, Calif., and
Mrs. Molly Feinberg; and
two grandchildren.
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