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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS



HARRY ALPERN, 81,

of Detroit, died Aug. 7. Sur-
vived by a son, Lee; a sister,
Faye Tchor; and three
grandchildren. Interment
Bay City.

* * *

NORMAN MICHAEL
APPLETON, 66, died Aug.

9. He leaves his wife,
Henrietta; two daughters,
Wendy and Janis of Ann
Arbor; his father, Jacob
Applebaum of Montreal,
Canada; two brothers; a sis-
ter, Mrs. Louis (Beatrice)
Fr -Ian, of Montreal; and
randchildren.

* * *
BESSIE DEUTCH, 87,

former Detroiter of Los
Angeles, Calif., died Aug. 1.
She leaves a brother, Ed-
ward Robinson of Mt. Cle-
mens; a sister, Edith Raskin
of Detroit; one grand-
daughter and two great-
grandsons.

* * *

ESTHER DUDELSON,

77, former Detroiter of
Great Neck, N.Y., died July
30. Survived by a son, Stan-
ley of Great Neck; four

Louis Mauthner

Louis Mauthner, who was
involved with the catering
operation at Young Israel of
Oak-Woods, died Aug. 10 at
age 78.
Born in Hungary, Mr.
Mauthner lived 24 years in
Detroit. He is survived by a
son, Thomas of Livonia; a
daughter, Mrs. Henry
(Marietta) Sperber; two sis-
ters, Mrs. Rozsi Pollak and
Mrs. Manci Pollak, both of
Bnei Brak, Israel; and two
grandchildren. Interment
Jerusalem.

The Family
of the Late

EDWARD
FINKEL

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

The Family
of the Late

JACK
FINER

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

The Family
of the Late

ALBERT
PADOVER

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

Friday, August 14, 1981

71

OBITUARIES

grandchildren and four
great-grandchildren.
Interment Farmingdale,
N.Y.

vived by his wife, Sylvia; a a daughter, Mrs. V. Lester
son, Donald of Florida; a (Suzanne) Goldstein; a
daughter, Mrs. Carl brother, Harry; a sister,
(Helene) Kessler of New Mrs. Yetta Reznick of Is-
Jersey; a sister, Mrs. Merle rael; and three grand-
JENNIE FISCHOFF, (Ginger) Brenner of children.
* * *
86, of Detroit, died Aug. 10. California; and two grand-
Survived by two daughters, sons.
EDYTHE RASKIN, 76,
* * *
Mrs. Norman (Anne) Sil-
died Aug. 8. She leaves a
verstein and Mrs. Sarah F.
RABBI
CHUNA son, Leonard; two daugh-
Portnoy; three brothers, HERSCHFUS, 86, of New ters, Loretta and Mrs. Jay
Abraham Sherman of Is- York, died Aug. 9. Survived (Marion) Grant; a brother,
rael, Leib Sherman of Los by two sons, Dr. Leon of Edward Robinson; eight
Angeles, Calif., and Philip Southfield and Dr. J. Aaron grandchildren and seven
Sherman of Toronto, Ont.; a of Sharon, Mass.; two great-grandchildren.
* * *
sister, Mrs. Mary Polk of daughters, Mrs. Shifra Eps-
Los Angeles; and four tein and Mrs. Annette
HYMAN ROSEN-
grandchildren and 10 Grajower, both of New BLATT, 73, of Detroit, died
great-grandchildren.
York; 12 grandchildren and Aug. 7. Survived by his
* * *
five great-grandchildren.
wife, Freda; a brother, Sam;
* * *
FLORENCE GAY-
three sisters, Mrs. Anita
LORD, 73, former De-.
RUTH HOFFMANN, Cooke, Mrs. Max (Mary)
troiter of Sepulveda, Calif., 83, of Oak Park, died Aug. Tischler of Toledo, Ohio,
died recently Survived by a 11. Survived by her hus- and Mrs. Betty Halpern;
daughter, Lynn Gross of band, Monroe; and nieces and two grandchildren.
California; two brothers, and nephews.
* * *
Sen. Charles Blondy of
WE REMEMBER
Southfield and Dr. Sainuel
ROSE K. HOLBERG,
During the coming
Blondy of Florida; a sister, 87, died Aug. 10. She leaves
week Yeshivath
Lee Jacoby of Southfield; two sons, Ralph and Stanley
Beth Yehudah will
and three grandchildren.
of Canton, N.Y.; four grand-
observe the Yahr-
* * *
children and one great-
zeits of the follow-
REBECCA GOLD- grandson. Interment
ing departed
STEIN, 72, died Aug. 12. Philadelphia, Pa.
friends. with the
* * *
traditional Memo-
Survived by her husband,
rial Prayers, recita-
Meyer; a son, Larry; a
LEONARD PERL-
tion of Kaddish
brother, Dr. Maxwell M. MAN, 73, died Aug. 11. He
and Studying of
Hoffman; a sister, Mrs. Sid- leaves his wife, Celia; a son,
Mishnavos.
ney (Marion) Leib; and two Dr. Larrence of New York;
grandchildren. Services 11
AV AUG.
a.m. today at Hebrew
William Grinberg
JACK ALPERT
16 16
Memorial Chapel.
MAE APPLEBAUM
16 16
* * *
William M. Grinberg,
YEHUDAH L. FINKELSTEIN 16 16
JOSEPH GENDELMAN
16 16
SAM GOLDSTEIN, 68, principal at Lyndon B.
,SAM GORNBEIN
16 16
former Detroiter of Mar- Johnson Elementary School
WILLIE HACKER
16 16
LENA HYMAN
16 16
gate, Fla., died Aug. 5. Sur- in Taylor, died Aug. 5 at age
LILLIAN KAPLAN
16 16
50.
IDA KLENOV
16 16
Born in Brooklyn, N.Y.,
DANIEL
A.
LAVEN
16 16
Mrs. Jacobson
Mr. Grinberg was
RUTH LEWIN
16 16
BARUCH LITVIN
16 16
Sophie Jacobson, who was graduated from Western
NATHAN
MADGY
16
16
honored several times for Carolina Teachers College
SAMUEL MALTZMAN
16 16
the thousands of volunteer in 1955.
WILLIAM FOLBE
17 17
IDA GILBERT
17 17
hours she put in at Sinai
He taught sixth grade at
ZIVEL MILINSKY
17 17
Hospital, died Aug. 12 at Johnson Elementary before
DONALD M. WOLIN
17 17
age 85.
becoming principal at
JACOB ANCHILL
18 18
PAUL BACKHAUT
18 18
Born in New York, Mrs. Williams School in Taylor
REBECCA CETRON
18 18
Jacobson was a resident of for six years. He later was
YETTA.ZIPORAH COHEN
18 18
Southfield. During World the principal at Taylor
BERTHA COOPER
18 18
MAURICE HARRIS
18 18
War II, she was a volunteer Parks School in Taylor for
HERMAN RADNER
18 18
with the Red Cross.
10 years.
BEN SCHNEIDER
18 18
SAMUEL WEISS
She was a life member of
18 18
Mr. Grinberg was a vete-
JULIUS BRONSTEIN
19 19
Women's American ORT ran of the Korean War.
TZVI COHEN
19 19
and held membership in the
He leaves his wife,
ANNE FALKOFF
19 19
MINNIE HART
19 19
Brandeis University Na- Dorothy; a son, Benjamin;
CELIA KERRETT
19 19
tional Women's Committee, and a brother, Irwin of
NATHAN ROSEN
19 19
National Council of Jewish Pembroke Pines, Fla.
SKIPPY TILCHIN
19 19
ESTHER B. TATKEN
19 19
Women, Temple Beth El,
ZAL AARON
20 20
Great Lakes Club and was
ARON
BRODER
20
20
Albert Cohen
an honorary member of the
BESSIE FEINSTEIN
20 20
LOUIS GOLDSTEIN
20 20
Albert Cohen, founder
Standard Club.
ELI HAUPTMAN
20 20
and co-owner of Alco Metal,
She leaves a son, Ivan;
BESSIE LIFSHITZ
20 20
Inc. scrap metal brokers,
two brothers, Mitchell Vic-
LILLIAN MARTON
20 20
JACOB SCHWARTZ
20 20
died Aug. 10 at age 58.
tor and Dr. Arthur Victor;
LILLY TOPOR
20 20
A native Detroiter, Mr.
and four grandchildren.
20 20
FRED BERK
Cohen founded his company
21 21
DORA BROWN
21 21
SHAINDEL COTTLER
in 1947. He was a member of
21 21
JOSEPH FINE
In Memory Of
Crescent Shrine Glub, Oak
21 21
VIRGINIA
SCHWARTZ
My Beloved
Park Masonic Lodge and
22 22
DENISE DOKTOR
Husband
22 22
MORRIS GOLANER
the Scrap Dealers Associa-
22
22
LETTIE GOLDSTEIN
tion.
22 22
MELFIN HABER
BEN LEVINSON
He leaves his wife,
22 22
SAMUEL LEVIN
MOLLIE PLOTNISKY
Elizabeth; a son, Steven;
22 22
GREENBAUM
four daughters, Mrs. Harold
Who passed away
22 22
SALLY SCHEY
Aug. 15, 1975. Our love
22 22
(Paula) Epstein, Mrs.
HERMAN S. SHEAR
22 22
DORA SUKENIC
and memories of you
Michael (Toby) Hyman,
are forever. Sadly mis-
Mrs. Melvin (Michele)
Yeshivath Beth
sed by wife, Clara; chil-
Dryman and Cathy; a sister,
Yehudah
dren and grand-
Mrs.
Ernest
(Anne)
Gradis;
15751 W. Lincoln Dr.
children.
and 10 grandchildren.
557-6750
Southfield

I

JACK ROTOFSKY, 71,
of Windsor, died Aug. 7.
Survived by his wife, Ann; a
daughter, Gayle Lutback of
California; a brother, Harry
Riche; two sisters, Belle
Shover and Rose Paiken of
Hamilton, Ont.; and three
grandchildren. Interment
Windsor.

dinier, both of California,
and Mrs. Jerome (Rosalind)
Sipher of Southfield; a
brother, Jack of Southfield;
and seven grandchildren.
Interment Detroit.

Sidney A. Deitch
DETROIT
MONUMENT WORKS

* * *

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MILTON B. SHABER,

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83, former Detroiter of
Miami Beach, Fla., died
Aug. 11. He leaves a cousin,
Jason Tickton of Hun-
tington Woods.

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* * *

ANNA SOLOMON, 83,
of Southfield, died Aug. 6.
Survived by a son, Paul of
Glencoe, Ill.; a daughter,
Mrs. Ervin (Dorothy) Gold-
ing; five grandchildren and
four great-grandchildren.

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* * *

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troiter of Palm Springs,
Calif., died Aug. 3. He
leaves his wife, Eileen; a
son, Ernest Hertz of
California; three daughters,
Mrs. Eleanor Miller and
Mrs. Richard (Nancy) Gor-

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