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February 05, 1982 - Image 63

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-02-05

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Ex-Detroiter Dr. Selker

OBITUARIES

SADIE BERIN, 85, of
Southfield, died Jan. 31.
Survived by a son, Morris
A.; seven grandchildren and
eight great-grandchildren.

* * *

DANIEL L. BULKIN,
60, died Feb. 1. He leaves
his mother, Mrs. Abraham
(Esther) Bulkin; and two
sisters, Mrs. Harry (Naomi)
B---1- any and Mrs. Joan

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Survived by a sister, Marion
Jane; and cousins.

REUBEN LEVIN, 82, of
Southfield, died Feb. 2. Sur-
vived by his wife, Fannie;
two sons, Samuel J. of Wil-
mette, Ill.; and Saul G. of
Canton; two brothers,
Simon of Chicago, Ill., and
Alvin Lynn; and two
grandsons.

IDA SHUMAN, 93, of
Oak Park, died Jan. 22 in
North Miami Beach, Fla.
Survived by her husband,
Edward;
- and
grandchildren, Gerry and
Lester of Oak Park, Robert
of Indianapolis, Ind., and
Mrs. Harvey (Karen)
Schaeffer of South Russell,
Ohio; and one great-
granddaughter.

* * *

.1.

* * *

BLANKA FISCHER,
76, of Lathrup Village, died
Feb. 2. Survived by a son
John; and a daughter-in-
law, Clara.

* * *

LAURA E. GINS-
BURG, 81, died Jan. 28.
She leaves her husband,
Joseph I.; and a daughter,
Mrs. Rae Eaton.

* * *

MAURICE GLICK-
SON, 79, died Feb. 1. No
known survivors.

***

EDWARD GROSS, 80,
former Detroiter of Miami
Beach, Fla., died Jan. 29.
Survived by his wife, Char-
lotte; two sisters, Mrs. Anna
Dorfman of Los Angeles,
Calif., and Mrs. Minnie
Friedman of Miami, - Fla.
Interment Detroit.

* *

LAWRENCE I. KLA-
VONS, 70, died Jan. 28.

Dr. Henry Green

Dr. Henry Green, a de-
ntist since 1929, died Feb. 1
at age 77.
Born in Chicago, Ill., Dr.
Green had offices in Grosse
Pointe. He was graduated
from the University of
Michigan School of Dentis-
try in 1929. He was a
member of the Michigan
State Dental Association
and Detroit-4-District Dental
Society and its current his-
torian.

He also was a member of
Alpha Omega Dental
Fraternity, Detroit Dental
Clinic Club and Perfection
Lodge of the Masons. He
was the president of the
Jewish Historical Society of
Michigan from 1975 to
1977.
He leaves his wife, Edna;
a son, Howard of Midland; a
brother, Dr. Emanuel; a sis-
ter, Mrs. Albert (Dorothy)
Rood; and two grandsons.

Dr. R.B Rader

nr,;. Richard Brian Rader,
a 'kat doctor with offices
iii-i-iymouth, died Jan. 30 at
age 32.
Born in Detroit, Dr.
Rader was graduated from
the Wayne State University
Medical School. He was a
member of the American
Medical Association.
He leaves his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Herman (Rose)
Rader of Hallandale, Fla.; a
brother, Ronald of West
Bloomfield; and two sisters,
Mrs. Allen (Donna) Greens-
tein of Longwood, Fla., - and
Lynne of Dallas, Tex.
Interment Orlando, Fla.

SAMUEL
MUST,
former Detroiter of Los
Angeles, Calif., died Feb. 1.
He leaves his wife, Sonia; a
son, Jeffrey of Los Angeles;
a daughter, Mrs. Roger
(Sidra) Aldi of Los Angeles;
a brother, Mike of South-
field; and a sister, Mrs. Al
(Betty) Tachna of Los
Angeles. Interment Los
Angeles.

***

ABE SCHLAFER, 92,
died Jan. 30. He leaves
three sons, Harold of Med-
ford, Ore., Leonard and Mil-
ton; nine grandchildren, 13
great-grandchildren and
one great-great-grandchild.

MIRIAM STILLWA-
TER, 81, of Southfield, died
Feb. 1. Survived by a
daughter-in-law, Fraida; a
brother, Milton Gershgoren
of Los Angeles, Calif.; six
grandchildren and three
great-grandchildren.
* * *
ANN WASSERMAN,
81, died Jan. 28. She leaves
two daughters, Mrs. Jack
(Beverly) Singer and Mrs.
Fred (Lee) Levey; two sis-
ters, Mrs. Lewis (Rose) Hel-
pert and Mrs. William (Be-
lle) Sorokin; eight
grandchildren and two
great-grandchildren.

State Sen. Charles Blondy,
Urged Kashrut Protection

Former State Senator
Charles Blondy, who repre-
sented. Wayne County's
Fourth District from 1940 to
1964, died Jan. 28 at age 75.
Born in Philadelphia,
Sen. Blondy was in his
youth among the first to be
enrolled in the Detroit
Young Judea Movement.
While in the Senate, he ad-
vocated legislation to as-
sure protection of kashrut
laws in Michigan.
Sen. Blondy was the Se-
nate's Democratic minority
leader at one time. He

served on the Highways, In-
terstate Cooperation and
Taxation Committees.
He later .worked as a
bailiff for Wayne County
Courts, retiring in 1974.
He was an active member
of the Hebrew Benevo-
lent Society. Sen. Blondy
retired to Ft. Lauderdale,
Fla., in 1975.
He is survived by a
brother, Dr. Samuel H. of
Coconut Creek, Fla; a sister,
Mrs. Lee Jacoby of South-
field; and nieces and
nephews.

The Family
of the Late

In Memory Of

ROSE
TARNOFF

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

ARTHUR
KLEE

- Who passed away two
years ago, _Feb. 2. Never
forgotten, always in our
hearts and minds. Sadly
missed by loving wife,
Lily; daughters, Rosetta
and Brenda; and
grandchildren.

4

In Blessed Memory of Brother and
Brother-in-Law

HARRY A. KIEF

Feb. 9, 1976
Thou has gone from us, but the bond
which united our souls can never be severed.
Thine image lives within our hearts. We
cherish and revere your memory.
The Lord make his face to shine upon thee
. . . Bless thee and keep thee, and give thee
peace.
Yetta V. and Max Englander

Dr. Milton Leonard
Selker, a former Detroiter
who was the retired vice
president of research for
Gould Inc. of Cleveland,
died Jan. 18 at age 66.
Born in Detroit, Dr.
Selker was raised in Cleve-
land. He earned his docto-
rate degree in chemistry in
1939 at Western Reserve
University, where he was
elected to Phi Beta Kappa
Honorary. He published
many articles about his re-
search on petroleum and
rubber.
Dr. Selker was on the
board of overseers of
Case-Western Reserve

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
iklfshnavos.

SHEVAT FEB.
MAX BARTH
14 7
ESTHER WALDMAN ELLIS
14 7
FANNIE FABER
14 7
MORRIS GOODMAN
14 7
BESSIE HOLTZMAN
14 7
SHLOMO KARBAL
14 7
LOUIS KARTUN
14 7
MEYER MINKIN
14 7
MARY MODELL
14 7
HARRY SCHNEIDER
14 7
CHAIM ELIA DENEMARK
& FAM.
15 8
HARRY N. ESKIN
15 8
SAMUEL FAIGIN
15 8
YETTA GRUNT
15 8
NOAH E: KEYS
15 8
PHILLIP R. KRAVETZ
15 8
ELIJAH OPPEN
15 8
MOLLY PLOTKIN
15 8
JOSEPH L. BALE
16 9
ALICE EISEMANN
16 9
HARRY FELDSTEIN
16 9
JACK FELDMAN
16 9
MOSHE GOLDFARB
16 9
ISAAC HOOTNER
16 9
RACHE KAPLAN
16 9
HYMAN PARKER
16 9
GUSSIE SOLOMON
16 9
FANNE ZALENKO
WEINERMAN
16 9
SAM ZINGESER
16 9
PEARL BERRY
17 10
ALLAN A: BURNS
17 10
LEO FELD
17 10
NATHAN FINE
17 10
YOSSEL HALPERT
17 10
NATHAN LIPSHAW
17 10
DAVID H. LYNN
17 10
CHARLES NIEWOOD
17 10
MINA WOLMAN
17 10
HERBERT B. BUNIN
18 11
ISRAEL GLICKLIN
18 11
JOSEPH GOLDBERG
18 11
MORRIS GOLDBERG
18 11
LEO KAUFMAN
18 11
MOLLY KOBRIN
18 11
CELIA LAFER
18 11
HERMAN J. LAZARUS
18 11
ARTHUR E. PLOTNICK
18 11
FRANK SEARS
18 11
MORRIS SHERMAN
18 11
18 11
SAMUEL SHERMAN
FANNIE SMITH
18 11
BELLA BAND
19 12
GEORGE S. COBITZ
19 12
19 12
LOUIS COHEN
LIBBIE DUBRINSKY
19 12
JACK GOLDING
19 12
WILLIAM GREENSTEIN
19 12
MINNIE REBECCA
HURWITZ
19 12
DAVID KAUFMAN
19 12
SADIE LICHTENBERG
19 12
MORRIS SINGER
19 12
ROSE A. MATZ ZEIFMAN
19 12
MAX FRIEDMAN
20 13
DAVID KAHRNOFF
20 13
ANN MAGID
20 13
REGINA MAYER
20 13
MAX C. SHIOVITZ
20 13
GERTRUDE TEITELBAUM
20 13

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DETROIT
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Directors of Funerals

18325 W. 9 Mile Rd. Southfield

MONUMENTS BY

DR. MILTON SELKER

BERG
_.,IURBACH

University and a member of
many professional societies.
He also was a member of the
Fairmount Temple in
Beechwood, Ohio.
Dr. Selker is survived by
his wife, Dorothy; a son,
Mark of Cleveland; a
daughter, Mrs. Jules (Lynn)
Lichtenstein of 'Chevy Ch-
ase, Md.; three sisters, Mrs.
Samuel (Miriam) Dodek of
Washington, D.C., Mrs. Ar-
nold (Edith) Frank of Far-
mington Hills and Mrs.
Aaron (Margaret) Frank of
Cleveland Heights, Ohio;
and two grandchildren.

AND

FINE MONUMENTS
SINCE 1910

13405 CAPITAL at Coolidge'

OAK PARK -

NEW YORK — Louis
Koch, a retired furrier and
father of New York Mayor
Edward Koch, died Jan. 28
at age 87.

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Next to Stanley Steamer

Friends of Israel
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Mayor's Father

For Memoriams and
Donations call

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961-4414

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Jewish National Fund is a bequest to
the entire Jewish people, linking your
name and that of your family with Israel
in perpetuity.

For information and advice
in strict confidence apply to

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