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September 11, 1981 - Image 79

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-09-11

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THE bETROlt 114ISH HEWS

David Shepherd Dies,
Was Oak Park Mayor

SYLVIA
APPLE-
BAUM, 62, former De-
troiter of Memphis, Tenn.,
died Aug. 19. She leaves a
son, Allen of Houston, Tex.;
two daughters, Mrs. Mitch-
ell (Sandra) Friedman of
Vernon Hills, Ill., and Ran-
die of Memphis; four
brothers, Harry Franklin
and Morris Franklin of
Memphis, Abe Franklin of
Southfield and Manny
Franklin of West Bloom-
field; a sister, Mrs. Fay
Bornstein of Memphis; and
four grandchildren. Inter-
ment Memphis.
• • •
ROSE CITRON, 67, died
Sept. 4. She leaves her hus-
band, David; two sons,
Edwin and Byron; a daugh-
ter,. Adair Ehrlicil; a
brother, Lawrence Phelps of
Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.; and
five grandchildren.
• • •
LOUIS D. COHEN, 73,
died Sept. 8. He leaves his
wife, Ann; a son, Irwin S.; a
daughter, Naomi R.; a
brother, Abe; a sister, Mrs.
Ann Peters; and one grand-
daughter.
•• •
FLORA ELFER, 90,
former Detroiter of Miami,
Fla., died Sept. 4. Survived
by nephew, Steven Wohl.
-
• • •
SAMUEL GERSHEN
FELDMAN, 74, of Oak
Park, died Sept. 6. Survived
by his wife, Yetta; two sons,
Kenneth S. and Martin G.; a
sister, Jean; and six grand-
children.
• • •
SOLAS HARTSTEIN,
63, former Detroiter of Ft.
Lauderdale; Fla., died Sept.
7. Survived by his wife,
Faye; two sons, Larry of
Cocoanut Grove, Fla., and
Kim; two brothers, Jack of
Sherman Oaks, Calif., and
Murray Hartz of Southfield;
and two sisters, Adele Elkin
and Ethyl Green, both of
North Miami Beach, Fla.
Interment Florida.

David H. Shepherd,
mayor of Oak Park since
1971 and a former city
, councilman, died Sept. 6 at
age 53.
A native of Cleveland,
Ohio, Mr. Shepherd be-
came an Oak Park council-
man in 1957 and mayor in
1971.
He was the publisher of
the now-defunct weekly, the
Oak Park News, and ran a
small advertising agency.
He recently formed a com-
pany called Mid-American
Cable Vision, which had
tentative plans to provide
DAVID SHEPHERD
local service in conjunction •and societies to which he
with three national cable
was elected are: National
television firms.
League of Cities Board of
Mr. Shepherd also was Directors; National Asso-
a planning commissioner ciation of Regional Councils
and mayor pro tem. He
Board of Directors; board of
held many civic posts, in-
trustees, Michigan Munici-
cluding past trustee, Oak pal League; Southeast
Park Employees Retire-
Michigan Council of Gov-
ment System; charter ernments Executive Com-
member and past- com-
mittee; president, Michigan
mittee chairman, Friends
Association of Regions;
of Oak Park Library;
chairman,
Southeast
charter member, Oak
Michigan Council of Gov-
Park Jaycees; director, ernments, 1977-1979.
Oak Park Optimists;
He also served as an
charter member and past
executive secretary, Oak adviser to the
Environmental
Protec-.
Park Business and Pro-
fessional association; tion Agency on air and
past president, South- water pollution prob-
lems.
west Oak Park Im-
provement Association;
He was honored by the
member, Oak Park
Michigan Municipal
Kiwanis; Bicentennial League with a special
Commission; Community
award of merit and honor-
Services Advisory Board;
ary life membership, by the
past vice president Oak National Association of
Park PTA Area Council;- Regional Councils who
past legislative chair- awarded him its Tom Brad-
man, Dewey PTO; past ley Leadership Award as
the "outstanding policy
father vice president,
Clinton-Frost PTA; past maker in the nation" and by
vice president and char-
the U.S. Conference of
ter member', Oak Park
Mayors.
Mr. Shepherd was one of
Symphony Society.
He also was the chairman 10 mayors in the U.S. to be
invited
to China and Israel.
of the Oak Park Youth Gov-
Michigan Sen. Carl Levin
ernment Day; past director
Oak Woods Lodge; co ,- paid tribute to the late Oak
chairman, Loretta Alexan- Park mayor. He said:
"Dave Shepherd was a
der Memorial Fund;
member, Sigma Alpha Mu great unifier, because he
Alumni Association; genuinely liked people and
member Bnai Brith, respected different points of
member Mosaic Masonic view. He brought out the
I will turn your captivity,
Lodge; member, Bale Post, best in people, and looked
for ways to harmonize di- and gather you from all the
Jewish War Veterans.
versity.
nations,
and from all the
A graduate of Wayne
"For him, there was no places whither I have dri-
State University, Mr.
Shepherd majored in sociol- 'them and 'us,' just people ven you, saith the Lord; and
ogy and had a minor in gov- whose common goals are far I will bring you back unto
more important and exten- the place where I caused you
ernment and psychology.
Among the associations sive than any of their dif- to be carried away captive.
—Bible
ferences. The community
Anna Lublin
will miss him deeply, as will
Anna Keller Lublin, past
I who personally benefitted
president of the Western so much from his friendship
Ladies Aid Society, died
and his counsel."
Sept. 8 at age 84..
He leaves his wife,'
Born in Russia, Mrs. Lub-
Frances; two daughters,
lin- was a past president of Mrs. Russ (Dale) Pfeiffer
the Social Service Club of and Wendy; his father,
the Jewish Community
Harold M. Shepherd of Los
For Memorium and
Center, chairman of efforts Angeles, Calif.; a brother,
Donations call
for the Israel Emergency Richard of Los Angeles; two
Fund for a Jewish Center af-
sisters, Mrs. Alvin (Norma)
filiate and a life member of Berlin and Mrs. Jerry (An-
Mary Pape
967-4414
Pioneer Women.
nette) Weinstein; and two
She leaves a son, Donald granddaughters.
Keller; four daughters, Mrs.
Irving (Nettie) Horowitz,
Mrs. Benjamin (Rita)
Grant, Mrs. Max (Edna)
Stotzsky and Mrs. Jack
(Eleanor) Dorman; two
brothers, one sister, 14
18325 W.
Directors of Funerals
grandchildren and seven
great-grandchildren.

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OBITUARIES

LOUIS A. KAUFMAN,
88, died Sept. 6. He leaves
his wife, Ann; a son, Arnold;
a daughter, Mrs. Saul
(Frances) Kessler of New
York; a brother, Ira; and
two granddaughters.
• • •
MILDRED MILLMAN,
59, of Southfield, died Sept.
4. Survived by her husband,
Morris; a son, Harry A.; and
two grandchildren.
• • •

ROSE YETTA PEP-
PER, 90, of Detroit, died
Sept. 6. Survived by a
daughter, Mrs. Ralph (Shir-
ley) Slootsky; and two
grandchildren.
• • •
NORMA PILCHIK, 79,
of Oak Park, died Sept. 9.
Survived by two sons, David
and Hyman; a brother,
Harry Grabel; two sisters,
Mrs. James (Hattie) Walker
and Mrs. Yetta Budyk; and
four grandchildren.
• • •

LORRAINE RUBEN-
STEIN, 59, of Oak Park,

WE REMEMBER

Dunng i a corning
week estnyath
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.

jt

,

ELUL SEPT.
14 13
MORRIS NOAH KLEIFF
14 13
HERMAN MICHEL
14 13
MAX LIONEL RAIMI
14 13
MOLLY SCRWARTZ
14 13
SIGMUND M. THORNE
14 13
SOLOMON WEBER
14 13
ABNER WOLF
15 14
MILTON ABRAMSON -
15 14
NORBERT H. AOUATE
EDUS BARSHACK -BERMAN 15 14
15 14
JOSEF GLASER
15 14
GHANA D. KAZERINSKI
AVROHOM MOSHE
15 14
KAZERINSKI
15 14
MICHAEL LIEBMAN
15 14
SAM LORFEL
15 14
SAMUEL SAKS
16 15
MILTON BURNSTINE
16 15
SONIA DENISON
16 15
SAMUEL MILLER
16 15
WILLIAM SANDLER
17 16
ROSE DIAMOND
17 16
SAM DUBIN
17 16
NATHAN KATCHAN
ESTHER GERTRUDE
17
16
RUFFSKY
SOPHIE BLUE-BLUESTEIN 18 17
18 17
EDITH G. COHEN
18 17
ISRAEL EIZEN
18 17
HARRY GOODMAN
18 17
LOUIS GOTTLIEB
18 17
ISAAC KRESCH
18 17
PHILIP LANDSMAN
18 17
ETHEL MALL
19 18
LEO FLEKEL
19 18
JOSEPH GOLDMAN
19 18
FANNIE LIFSHITZ
19 18
ARTHUR SCHECTFR
19 18
JACOB STEINBOCK
19 18
BESSIE WEINGARDEN
19 18
HARRY WEISWASSER
20 19
IDA COTFLER
20 19
HERMAN DIAMOND
20 19
DORA ESTHER GREEN
20 19
IRWNG S. KAUFMAN
20 19
JULIUS KOZLOFF
20 19
NECHEMIAH LIEBMAN
20 19
SIMCHA ROMAN

died Sept. 6. Survived by brothers, Ben of Florida,
her husband, Joseph; a son, Morris of Miami Beach,
Craig A.; and a daughter, Fla., Hyman of Baltic,
Sandra Nicola.
Conn., and Harry of As-
• • •
toria, N.Y.; two sisters, Mrs.
KATE SCHIFF, 78, died Anna Gottlieb of Colches-
Sept. 3. She leaves her hus- ter, Conn., and Mrs. Eugene
band, Henry; a son, Dr. (Mildred) Greengoose of
Donald of Littleton, Colo.; Miami Beach, Fla.; and 10
two daughters, Mrs. Melvin grandchildren.
(Marilyn) Barnett and
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Renee of Chicago, Ill.; a
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brother, Albert Boesky; two
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sisters, Mrs. Harry (Goldie)
6 Blks. from 3 Jewish
Abram and Mrs. Lillian
Cemeteries on Woodward
Bratt; and six grand-
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• • •
MOLLIE B. STEINER,
Sidney A. Deitch
87, of Ypsilanti, died Sept.
DETROIT
4. Survived by a daughter,
MONUMENT
WORKS
Mrs. Sidney (Gertrude) Pel-
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ler of Ypsilanti; two sisters,
Garver, MN. Goelifle. a Grwafiehl
Mrs. Rose Aberly of South-
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field and Mrs. Joseph (Be-
lla) Indianer of Miami Be-
ach, Fla.; four
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grandchildren and eight
great-grandchildren.
• • •

AND
NATHAN STOLMAN,
former Detroiter of
Tamarac, Fla., died Sept. 6.
Survived by his wife, Es-
telle; three sons, David of
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Hollywood, Fla., Hy of
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Fraser and Sheldon of
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