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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-07-31

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Joseph N. Katz, 79, of
Migliiitown, Pa., chairman
of the board and founder of
Empire Kosher Poultry,
Inc., died July 20.
Katz was the first to de-
velop the concept of"portion
control" or weight con-
trolled sizing in the kosher
poultry industry.
He was an early in-
novator in the freezing of
poultry products and was
the first to discover that
mass production techniques
could be used in the process-
ing of high quality kosher
ducts as early as 1937, in
,Louis, Mo.

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Edward Finkel

Edward Finkel, a veteran
of the Korean War, died
July 16 at age 49.
A former Detroiter, Mr.
Finkel resided in Ft.
Wayne, Ind., at the time of
his death. He was employed
at Ft. Wayne Truck Parts.
He was a member of Bnai
Jacob Synagogue and
Achduth Vesholom Con-
gregation in Ft. Wayne.
He is survived by his wife,
Janet; a son, Bradley; a
daughter, Sheryl; his
mother, Rita Finkel of Oak
Park; and a brother, Mort of
Farmington Hills. Inter-
ment Ft. Wayne.

We loved and lost
you, Abe, a year
ago today. We miss
you so much.

Your family

In Memory of a
Loving Husband,
Father and
Grandfather

HARRY
FORTGANG

Who passed away
nine days in Av. Always
in our hearts. Will never
be forgotten.
From your loving wife
Ann, your children and
grandchildren.

The Family
of the Late

ANNA
LITWIN

Announces the un-
veiling of a monument
in her memory 11:45
a.m. Sunday, Aug. 9, at
Machpelah Cemetery.
Rabbi Syme will of-
ficiate. Relatives and
friends are asked to
ttend.

The Family
of the Late

DAVID
SCHIKLER

Announces the un-
veiling of a monument
in his memory 11:30 a.m.
Sunday, Aug. 9, at
Machpelah Cemetery.
Rabbi M. Robert Syme
will officate. Relatives
and friends are asked to
attend.

Friday, July 31, 1981

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Empire Poultry's
Joseph Katz, 79

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OBITUARIES

SALLY AXLER died
July 25. She leaves two
daughters, Mrs. Samuel
(Aleyda) Weinstein and
Sheila; a brother, Reuben
Levine of Pembroke Pines,
Fla.; a sister, Mrs. Edward
(Yetta) Persin of California;
and four grandchildren.

* * *

ROSE COHEN, 96, of
Oak Park, died July 27.
Survived by a son, Morton
C. Miller of Chicago, Ill.; a
daughter, Mrs. Sylvia Kob-
lin; five grandchildren and
eight great-grandchildren.

* * *

MARTHA GUTTER-
MAN, 78, former Detroiter
of Las Vegas, Nev., died
July 27. She leaves her hus-
band, Sam; a son, Daniel; a
daughter, Mrs. Perry
(Joyce) Liberman of Cin-

Milo Rappaport

cinnati, Ohio; a brother,
Ben Franklin of Florida;
two sisters, Mrs. Leona
Hensler of Kansas, and Mrs.
Rael Burman of Florida;
and five grandchildren.
* * *
ERNA HERZ, 83, died
July 25. She leaves a daugh-
ter, Mrs. Bert (Marianne)
Purwin of Rochester, N.Y.;
two brothers; and two
grandchildren.

The Family
of the Late

The Family
of the Late

SALLY GRANT
REISMAN

OSCAR
SEGAL

Acknowledges with
grateful appreciation
the many kind ex-
pressions of sympathy
extended by friends
during the family's re-
cent bereavement.

IN MEMORIAM

The HEBREW BENEVOLENT SOCIETY
(Chesed Shel Emes) remembers their de-
parted Board Members, whose yorseit is
observed in the month of Av

MAX ROBERTS
9th of Av
August 9th

JULIUS BRONSTEIN
19th of Av
August 19th

ISADORE FISHER NATHAN ZACKS
15th of Av
25th of Av
August 15th
August 25th

JACOB BACOW
17th of Av
August 17th

* * *

SALLY MEISNER, 74,
of Ann Arbor; died July 24.
She leaves her husband,
Harry H.; and a son, Laur-
ence.

* * *

BETTY RINZLER. 73,
MAX J. ISRAEL, 68, of former Detroiter of San Di-
Oak Park, died July 25. ego, Calif., died July 26. She
Survived by his wife,• is survived by two brothers,
Sophie; a son, Joseph N.; a Harry Korobken of South-
daughter, Marsha; a field and Hy Korobken of
brother, Leonard J. of South Santa Monica, Calif.; and
Lyon; and a sister, Mrs. two sisters, Mrs. Lena Seid
Charles (Rosella) Zavell of of Van Nuys, Calif. and Mrs.
Beachwood, Ohio.
Ceil Bercuson of San Diego.
* * *
Interment Los Angeles.
* * *
JACK KELNER, 68, of
Detroit, died July 22. Sur-
MAX ROSENBERG,
vived by his wife, Ann. 68, former Detroiter of
Interment Toronto, On- Panorama City, Calif., died
tario.
July 21. Survived by his
* * *
ABRAHAM KOWNAT, wife, Bonnie; a brother, Irv-
65, of Oak Park, died July ing of Woodland Hills,
Calif.; and two sisters, Mrs.

Milo Rappaport, 62,
active in Bnai Brith for
many years, died July 23.
Mr. Rappaport was a na-
tive of Windsor, Ontario,
Canada. He was the retired
manager of the Osmuns Robert Moses,
Mens Wear store in the
Tel-Huron Center near NY Public Works
Pontiac.
NEW YORK — Robert
He was a founder and past Moses, 92, who was respon-
president of Ivan S. Bloch sible for the building of
Lodge, Bnai Brith, and was many of New York City's
a past president of the Met- most famous public bridges
ropolitan Detroit Bnai and parks, died July 29.
Brith Council.
At one time, Moses con-
He leaves his wife, Joyce; currently headed 14 New
three sons, Michael of York state and city agen-
Longmeadow, Mass., Jules, cies. He was responsible for
and Sheldon Hootner; his construction- of the
mother, Mrs. Charles Triborough Bridge, the
(Sophie) Rogin; a sister, Verrazano-Narrows Bridge,
Mrs. Donald (Mildred) New York Coliseum, Lin-
Black; • and four coln Center, and dozens of
grandchildren.
state parks and bridges.

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

23. Survived by his wife,
Rose; a brother, Motel of
Haifa, Israel; a daughter-
in-law, Barbara of Oak
Park;
and
six
grandchildren.

M. W. ZACK
27th of Av
August 27th

WE REMEMBER

f

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.

SOL BRODSKY
ABRAHAM FRANK
HILDA GOLANER
HYMAN KAPLAN
JACOB LANDGARTEN
CHAYIM SCHULIST
ANNIE SMITH
YAAKOV ben MAYER
HAKOHEN
YECHIEL EPHRAIM
ERSTER
HERBERT GLOGOWER
PAULINE GUTFREUND
PHILIP HOFFMAN
BENJAMIN SHEPARD
LOUIS SUGAR
ZISE BIGMAN
HANNAH DIEM
CHAYA ITTA GORENSTEIN
JOSEPH STEIN
FANNY GOULD
DAVID LEVITZ
SONIA MENENBERG
ESTHER SHIFRA
MOSHEL
BILL ROSENTHAL
SAMUEL M. SHORR
KATIE M. LIEBERMAN
LENA M. LIEBERMAN
MAX FELDMAN
MORRIS GREEN
RASHEH KANTOR
CELIA KORMAN
ISRAEL HIRSH MASON
JAMES RODMAN
ANNA SPEARS
MINNIE WEBERMAN
LEIZER YAMSHON
ANNIE KELMANOVITZ
ESTHER MARCUS
GERTRUDE MARKS
BERTHA WEISSER
PHILLIP GERALD EIZEN
MILLIE FRANOVITZ
MAX GRAFF
ROSE GROSSMAN
MORTON KELLER
VICTOR A. MALLIS
LENA NUCIAN
LOUIS STOLL
EVA WASSERMAN

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Joseph (Ann) Berick and
Mrs. Leona Jacobs, both of
Sherman Oaks, Calif. Serv-
ices in California.

SAUL R. WOLFE, 81,
former Detroiter of Las
Vegas, Nev. died July 24.
' wife, Mary;
He leaves his
* * *
two daughters, Carol Korcz
HELEN
BELLA and Elizabeth Giardano; a
WEINGUST,
81, of sister, Mrs. Lorraine Be-
Windsor, Canada; died July nson; and two
26. She leaves four sons, grandchildren. Interment
William G., Albert and Ar- Detroit.
thur, both of Old Castle,
Canada, and Murray; a sis-
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* * *

STANLEY M. WOLF,
39, died July 23. He leaves
his wife, Rosa; a son, Randy;
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HELEN WEISS, 90, died
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