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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-08-28

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Communal Leadership Role
Held by Rebecca Goldstein

Rebecca Goldstein, for
four decades active in
pharmaceutical circles as a
leader in the Aesculapian
Pharmaceutical Associa-
tion Auxiliary and holding
important offices in major
women's movements, died
Aug. 12 at age 72.
A native Detroiter, Mrs.
Goldstein earned a BS de-
gree at Wayne State Uni-
versity and this year re-
ceived a 50-year commer-
(' ' high school teacher's
_ificate.
She was a graduate and
second generation member
of Cong. Shaarey Zedek,
where she taught Sunday
school and was affiliated
with the sisterhood.
She was the president
of the Aesculapian auxil-
iary for three years. She
was the prescription
chairman for 10 years.
She also was chairman of
the co-operative Council
and a member of the
League of Jewish
Women's Organizations
and the League of
Catholic and Jewish
Women.
Among the other organ-
izations which benefited
from her service were:
Zionist Organization of
America — Detroit District,
Hadassah, Women's Ameri-
can ORT, Sinai Hospital
Guild, Jewish National

Evelyn Baum

Evelyn Baum, a member
of Jewish and civic organ-
izations, died Aug. 22 at age
76.
Born in Port Gibson,
Miss., Mrs. Baum was
graduated from the Univer-
sity of Missouri.
She was a founder of The
Orchards children's service,
and was a member of Tem-
ple Beth El and its sister-
hood, a board member of the
Brandeis University Na-
tional Women's Committee
Detroit Chapter and a
former board member of the
National Council of Jewish
Women.
She also held member-
ship in the Founders Society
of the Detroit Institute of
Arts, the Children's
Museum, Friends of the De-
troit Public Library, Chil-
dren's Hospital, Sinai Hos-
pital Guild and Women's
American ORT.
She leaves her husband,
Louis; a son, Dr. Richard of
Indianapolis, Ind.; a daugh-
ter, Mrs. Robert (Jane)
Wachsler of Westport,
Conn.; a brother, Louis
idenrich of Cleveland,
five
and
io;
grandchildren.

Janet Epstein

CHICAGO (JTA) —
Janet Epstein, the great-
granddaughter of one of
Chicago's first rabbis, died
last Friday. She was 86.
Her great-grandfather
was Rabbi Abraham
Rabinowitz, who settled in
Chicago in the late 1860s
and established the first
congregation on the South
Side, Ohav Shalom, in 1891.

OBITUARIES

LAWRENCE BAKER,
73, died Aug. 21. He leaves
his wife, Marion.

* * *

REBECCA GOLDSTEIN

Fund, Bnai Brith, the Allied
Jewish Campaign and Is-
rael Bonds.
She is survived by her
husband, Meyer L.; a son,
Larry; a brother, Dr. Max-
well M. Hoffman; a sister,
Mrs. Sidney Z. (Marion)
Leib; and two
granddaughters.

Michael Glick

Michael Glick, an adver-
tising executive, died Aug.
26 at age 60.
*1EfOrn in Detroit, he was
the former owner of H.H.
Michaels advertising
agency which became
Michael Glick Advertising.
He was a member of
Zeiger Lodge of Bnai Brith,
Detroit Chamber of Com-
merce and the Jewish War
Veterans.
He leaves his wife,
Dorothy; three sons, Dr.
Robert, Dennis and Steven;
a daughter, Mrs. Teri
Himelson; his father, Isa-
dore Glicksman of North
Miami Beach, Fla.; a sister,
Mrs. Bernard (Shirley) Berg
of Cincinnati, Ohio; and
four grandchildren. Serv-
ices 11:30 a.m. today at Ira
Kaufman Chapel.

Albert Millman

PEARL C. BENTON,
64, died Aug. 25. She leaves
a son, Jack of Lynnwood,
Wash.; two daughters, Mrs.
Alan (Merrilee) Figot and
Mrs. Elliott (Lisa) Shevin;
two brothers, Arthur
Schultz and Paul Schultz;
and eight grandchildren.
• s
LOTTIE BRODER, 90,
died Aug. 23. She leaves
three sons, Maxwell of
Florida,
Norman
of
Chicago, Ill., and Herman; a
daughter, Mrs. Louis (Mar-
garet) Pleason of Chicago,
Ill.; a sister, Mrs. Mildred
Rosen of Dallas, Tex.; 12
grandchildren and 11
great-grandchildren.
Interment Chicago.

* * *

ROSE CHESLUK, 80, of
Oak Park, died Aug. 25.
Survived by two brothers,
Dr. Herman of Long Beach,
Calif., and Arthur of Santa
Monica, Calif.; two sisters,
Mrs. Laura Pollock and
Mrs. Regina Dach; nieces
and nephews.

* * *

SADIE FELDMAN, 89,
died Aug. 25. Survived by a
son, H. Arthur of Mt. Cle-
mens; two daughters, Mrs.
Marjorie Boraks of Mt.
Clemens and Mrs. Eleanor
Keys; a brother, Emanuel

Isabelle Clark

Isabelle Clark, a member
of Jewish organizations,
died Aug. 23 at age 79.
Born in Chicago, Ill., Mrs.
Clark was a member of
Temple Israel, Women's
American ORT and Hadas-
sah.
She leaves a son, Daniel
M.; two daughters, Mrs.
Morton (Diane) Scholnick
and Paula Baril; and five
grandchildren.

Albert Millman, a
member of Jewish organiza-
tions, died Aug. 20 at age
76.
Born in Russia, Mr.
Millman was a member of
Temple Israel and Bnai
Brith.
He leaves his wife, Ber-
nice; two sons, Jay of
Marina Del Rey, Calif., and
Mitchell of San Jose, Calif.;
a daughter, Mrs. Herbert
(Sharon) Bistrow of Planta-
tion, Fla.; a brother, Sol of
Bonita, Calif.; and six
grandchildren.

Edgar Schlussel, a
member of Hannah Schloss
Old Timers, died Aug. 22 at
age 80.
Born in New York, Mr.
Schlussel leaves his wife,
Cecelia; and three sisters,
Mrs. Sadie Weinstock, Mrs.
Samuel (Jennie) Shafer of
Alhambra, Calif., and Mrs.
Dora Schpiece.

The Family
of. the Late

My Dearest

Edgar Schlussel

SAM
WILSON

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

Friday, August 28, 1981 11

CONNIE

They say that time is a
great healer. They were
wrong darling. We all
love and miss you more
with each passing day.

Kline of Ft. Lauderdale,
Fla.; two sisters, Mrs. Har-
riet Berk of Ft. Lauderdale
and Mrs. Florence Lef-
kowitz of Lauderhill, Fla.;
six grandchildren and two
great-grandchildren.
Interment Miami, Fla.

* * *

BESSIE GELBER, 81,
formerly of Hamilton, Ont.,
died Aug. 22 in Windsor.
Survived by her daughter,
Mrs. Jerry (Marica) Pollack
of Southfield; two brothers,
Sam Soskin of London, Ont.,
and Ben Soskin of Margate,
Fla.; and a sister, Mrs. Rose
Feldman of Gravenhurst
Ont. Interment Hamilton.

* * *

REBECCA HALPERN,
84, of Southfield, died Aug.
22. No known survivors.

* * *

ABRAHAM KUSH-
NER, 70, former Detroiter

of Gary, Ind., died Aug. 24.
Survived by two daughters,
Mrs. Jene (Barbara) Brock
of Lowell, Ind., and Mrs.
Paul (Charlene) Fassa of
Los Angeles, Calif.; two sis-
ters, Mrs. Rose Levenberg of
Hollywood, Fla., and Mrs.
Marie Stieglitz of San Fer-
nando, Calif.; three
grandchildren and one
great-grandchild.

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.

EDWARD ENKIN
FRIEDA FLEKEL
SAM KITTY
MORRIS POSNER
ISRAEL SCHWARTZ
IDA SCHWARTZMAN
JOSEPH WEINGARDEN

RIVKA BAS ABROHOM
YITZCHOCK
SHAINA BAS AVROHOM
YITZCHOCK
LENA BARTICK
IDA COHEN
ABNER DUNN
BECKY EPSTEIN
LEAH WOLPERT
HINDE GUNSBERG
MAX RANDEL
BETTY WEINSTEIN
FISCHER
JULIE GOTTLIEB
IDA MALZBERG
SAMUEL Y. SIMON
LOUIS POLLACK
FANNIE STERN
EDWARD ZOLD
SIDNEY AVERBUCH
LILLIAN BROWAR
ETTA FELSENFELD
FEIGA GOODSTEIN
ISADORE H. KEIT
ANNA RADOM
LOUIS ROSE
ANNA ESKIN
IDA LEIDERMAN
LOUIS LEVIN
ANNA SHULMAN
SAMUEL SPINNER
PHILIP BAXTER
SARAH FOON
MORRIS GORMEZANO
RAE HARRIS
BEN HELEN
KAPLAN FAMILY
ESTHER LEON
AARON SCHEY
GUSSIE SEDER
FANNIE WEISS
SARAH ARONOW
CHAIM Y. BAND
ANNA GOLDSTICK
RICHARD A. GORNEY
MARTIN HARRIS
MILDRED LIEBER
ESTHER ROSEN

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* * *

DORA MONSON RO-
SEN, 90, died Aug. 26. She
leaves two sons, Benjamin
Monson and Arthur Mon-
son; six grandchildren and
three great-grandchildren.

* * *

* * *

MINNIE RASKIN, 97,
died Aug. 21. She leaves two
sons, Danny and Marvin;
two daughters, Mrs. Harry
(Belle) Weingarden and
Mrs. David (Lillian) Rosen;
five grandchildren and
seven great-grandchildren.

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Aug. 25. She leaves a son,
Irving; a daughter, Phyllis
of New York; and two
grandchildren.

MICHAEL SHNAID-
ER, 18, of Southfield, died
Aug. 22. Survived by his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elya
(Sofya) Shnaider; and three
brothers, David Burda,
Efim Burda and Oleg
Burda.

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