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January 15, 1982 - Image 63

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-01-15

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

ROSE BASSIN, 90, of

Detroit, died Jan. 13. Sur-
vived by three sons, Max,
Frank of Miami, Fla., and
Charles of San Diego, Calif.;
a daughter, Frieda; four
grandchildren and three
great-grandchildren. Serv-
ices 10:30 a.m. today at He-
brew Memorial Chapel.

• * *

LOUIS BRANT, 70, died

Jan. 11. He leaves his wife,
Evelyn; a son, George of
Encinitas, Calif; a daugh-
ter, Mrs. Stephen (Susan)
)ck; two brothers, Philip
Benjamin; two sisters,
Mrs. 'Leonard (Jennie)
Leonard and Mrs. Harry
(Josephine) Weinberger;
and three grandchildren.

* * *
ROSE CANON

died
Jan. 11. She leaves a son,
Dr.- Charles of DeKalb, Ill.;
a brother, Albert Wolgin; a
sister, Mrs. Jack (Betty)
Davidson; three
grandchildren and two
great-g. anddaughters.
* * *
SAMUEL CASH, 66,
died Jan. 7. Survived by
three brothers, Sol, Carl of
Philadelphia, Pa., and Dr.
Ralph.
* * *
LOUIS DUBINSKY, 77,
of Detroit, died Jan. 10.
Survived by cousins.
* *

JENNIE FELDMAN,

83, died Jan. 8. Survived by
a son, Sidney; a daughter,
Mrs. Josephine Buzette;
three grandchildren and
two great-grandchildren.

* * *

DAVID GOLDSMITH,

65, former Detroiter of West
Palm Beach, Fla., died Jan.
9. Survived by his wife,
Stella; two sons, Barry of
Oak Park and Richard of
Bellevue, Mich.; a daugh-
ter, Mrs. Steven (Carol)
Dressler of Oak Park; three
sisters, Mrs. Ethel Stein-
berg of Southfield and
Dorothy and Marcia, both of
West Bloomfield; and two
grandchildren.

leaves three children, Amy,
Marshall and Renee.

two sons, Samuel of Dallas, .Rumson, J.J.; a brother,
Tex., and Eugene; three Murray Weisman of Al-
daughters, Mrs. Oscar bany, N.Y.; and six
(Lucille) Levy, Mrs. Irving grandchildren. Interment
(Esther) Steinman and Mrs. Detroit.
* *
Herman (Shirley) Rubin; a
brother, Eugene Walters,
THEODORE ROSEN,
four sisters, Mrs. Mollie Sil- 67, died Jan. 9. Survived by
vers, Mrs. Kate Adelman of his wife, Jessie; two daugh-
Los Angeles, Calif., Mrs. ters, Mrs. Sherwin E. (Har-
Eva Chaben and Miss Betty riet) Wilner and Mrs. Barry
Walters; 13 grandchildren (Zina) Simon of Denver,
and 11 great- Colo.; a brother, William
grandchildren:
Rosen; and three grand-
children.

MOLLY HALBERG, 78,
died Jan. 10. Survived by a
son, Solomon; two daugh-
ters, Mrs. Marvin (Pearl)
Brodie of Oakhurst, N.J.,
and Mrs. Harold (Sylvia)_
Weingart; a brother, Louis
Cohen of Desert Hot
Springs, Calif.; two sisters,
Mrs. Rose Blum of Brook-
* * *
lyn, N.Y., and Mrs. Louis
LILLIAN
ROBINSON,
(Sophie) Riger; nine
grandchildren and three '82, former Detroiter of Red
Bank, N.J., died Jan. 7. She
great-grandchildren.
leaves a son, Dr. Phelps M.
* * *
of Newtonville, Mass.; a
LUCILLE C. LARKY, daughter, Mrs. William
68, died Jan. 12. She leaves (Dianne) Westerfield of
her husband, Irving; two
sons, Sheldon and Richard
BEN WILLIAMS
of Haiti; a brother, Jerome
He is survived by his
Ziegler; and three
beloved son, Dr.
grandsons.
Richard Williams; his



* * *

BERTHA NEUSTADT,

89, died Jan. 10. She leaves
two sons, Martin Ebstein
and Gerald of Bridgeport,
Conn.;• a brother, Alex
Cooper of Phoenix, Ariz.;
five grandchildren and 10
great-grandchildren.
Interment New York.
* * *

beloved 'daughter,
Nancy Silverman; son-
in-law, Raymond Sil-
verman; daughter-in-
law, Marian Williams; a
sister, Mrs. Eli (Dora)
Dorfman; his five loving
grandchildren, Alan
and Linda Silverman,
Judy, Margie and Janet
Williams; nieces and
nephews and many lov-
ing friends. Paid Notice

ANNA PERLSTEIN,

The Family
of the Late

Beatrice Trilling

NEW YORK — Beatrice
Sulzberger Trilling, who
was long active in child care
programs, died Jan. 7 at age
71.
Mrs. Trilling was associ-
ated for many years with
the Louise Waterman Wise
(Mrs. Steven S.) Adoption
Service in New York.

BENJAMIN
WILSON

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

- My grateful appreciation for the many
kind expressions of sympathy extended by
our relatives and many friends during my
bereavement over my beloved husband

IRVING ADLER

ANNE
PEARLMAN

ALBERT
ROCHKIND

Who passed away one
year ago Jan. 19, 1981.
Sadly missed by his
wife, Sophie; children,
Rhonda and Robert
Pliskow, Sanford and
Lynne
Rochkind;
grandson,
Brent;
brothers, Leo and Sid-
ney.

Dora Adler

N

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The Detroit Friends of Bar-Ilan University
deeply mourn the untimely death of

SHARON MAINSTER

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Phillip Stollman, Chairman,
Global Board of Trustees
Dr. Leon Fill, V.P.,
American Board of Overseers
Dr. Martin Hart,
Norman A. Pappas
General Chairmen

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Directors of Funerals

* * *

ROSE SANDROW, 7

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.

87, died Jan. 8. Survived by

In memory of our be-
loved mother and
Baubie, who passed
away Dec. 31, 1977

In cherished memory
of beloved husband,
father, grandfather and
brother

63

OBITUARIES

HAROLD GREEN-
HUT, 55, died Jan. 11. He

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Although you've been
away from us these past
four years, the memory
of your smile and sweet
hello remains vivid in
our minds.
Fay, Norman and
the Boys

Friday, January 15, 1982

MIRIAM BERRIS
IDA BOESKY
A. L. DAMEN
ANNE HARRIS
RACHEL KAIMAN
HERMAN EIZEN
REBECCA LEVIN
JACOB LIEBERMAN
MAX LINOVITZ
ROBERT MARGOLIS
JACOB POSS
MYRON ROSENTHAL
BELLA BERLANT
HERMAN K. COHEN
JOSHUA GITLIN
DAVID HESS
BECKIE MASON
SARAH REPITOR
JOE SHERR
ROSA SCHLOSS
SARAH YUNIS
EVA ALPERT
IDA BLUM
DAVID DRAZIN
KOPEL DWORKIN
ESTHER FLAYER
CHARLES T. GELLMAN
NATHAN GOLDMAN
STEVEN DAVID GROSS
MINNIE HANDLER
ISAAC HENIG
ARCHIE HOFFMAN
SAM S. KUNIN
SOLOMON LUMBERG
HARRY MORRISON
HEDWIG SCHLOSS
MOE SHERMAN
ADELLE STILLERMAN
SAMUEL WEBER
SAM YUSTER
LOUIS BERMAN
ROSE FELDMAN
ALLEN LAWRENCE
LEACH
JACK PASMAN
FANNIE WEINGARDEN
STELLA HELFAND
HELEN KAPLAN
SARAH LAPINSKY
SADIE MALTZMAN
MAX SCHLANGE
SAMUEL B. SOLOMON
JACOB SUKENIC
RUTH UNGERLEIDER
ISSIE WROTSLAVSKY
NORMAN DIEM
ROSE EISENMAN
MEYER FALK
MEYER MIRSKY
HELEN RADNER
FANNY SHER
_BEATRICE STEPSAY
BENJAMIN DANZER
LILLIAN EPSTEIN
HELEN GLADSTONE
HELEN MANDELL
JACOB ROTHBARD
BORUCH SHAPIRO
NATHAN SPEVAKOW
MOLLIE WEINGARDEN

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of Lafayette Hill, Pa., died
Jan. 12. She leaves a son,
Barry; a daughter, Mrs.
Harry (Felice) Shecter of
Bloomfield Hills; Tour
brothers, Ben Fein, Jack
Fein, Philip Fein and
Eugene Fein, all of
Philadelphia; and six
grandchildren. Interment
Philadelphia.

* * *

---
Yeshivah Beth
Yehudah

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87, of Oak Park, died Jan.
10. Survived by three
daughters, Mrs. Sol (Mary)
Sachs Meyers, Mrs. Jennie
Levey of University
Heights, Ohio, and Mrs.
Ben (Belle) Shaw; 13
grandchildren and seven
great-grandchildren.
* * *

MARY
(BOBBY)
CHERISH SMITH, 34,

14441 W. 11 Mile Rd.

'Gardner, betty. Coolidge & Greenfield

399-2711 Eve. 626-0330

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Detroiter
of
Phoenix, Ariz., died Dec. 22.
Survived by her husband,
Dr. Sam; a son, David; a
daughter, Lise; her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Bill (May)
Cherish of San Diego, Calif.;
a brother, Larry; and a sis-
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