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March 19, 1982 - Image 63

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-03-19

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Emery Simon

Emery Simon, former
owner and operator with his
wife of the John R - Nevada
and Simon's Livernois
Markets, died March 8 in
Miami Beach, Fla. He was
81.
He was a businessman in
Detroit for nearly 30 years
and retired to Florida in
1970. While in Detroit, Mr.
Simon was a member of
Young Israel of Detroit,
Bnai Brith and Cong.
omrey Emunah. In
\orida, he was active in
7---casks on behalf of the
Mesivta of Greater Miami
and Talmudic University.
In May 1981, Mr. and
s. Simon celebrated their
50th wedding anniversary
with the donation and dedi-
cation of a new Sefer Torah
to the Talmudic University
on behalf of themselves,
their children and grand-
children.
Besides his wife, Sarah,
Mr. Simon is survived by a
son, Rabbi Milton M. of
Miami Beach; two
daughters, Mrs. Irving
(Dorothy) Lopatin of Be-
verly Hills, Mich., and Mrs.
Thomas (Beverly) Klimko
of Royal Oak; two brothers,
Harry of Southfield and
Louis of Chicago, Ill.; and
seven grandchildren. In-
terment Florida.

Air

* *

BLANCHE FREF,D-
MAN, 79, died March 16.
She leaves a brother, Max
E. Green; nieces and
nephews.
** *
FAJGA
GRIN-
Harold Gelman
BERG,82, of Oak Park,
Harold M. Gelman, died March 13 in Miami
former sales manager of the Beach, Fla. Survived by a
Samsonite Corp. card table daughter, Mrs. Jack
and chair division, died (Suzanne) Weinberger; and
two grandchildren.
March 14 at age 78.
* * *
Born in Russia, Mr. Gel-
man lived in Detroit for the
BLANCHE "BLOS-
past 30 years. He retired in SOM" HARRIS, 61, died
1968. He was a member of March 11. She leaves three
Temple Emanu-El.
daughters, Mrs. Frank
A senior - life master in (Sharon) Zimmerman of
bridge, he played frequently Key West, Fla., Mrs. Ber-
with Charles Goren. He also nard (Rebecca) TOby and
teamed up with his brother, Mrs. Robert (Sheila) Do-
Jerry, in winning national mian of Myrtle Beach, S.C.;
tournaments.
a brother, Bernard Lovitky;
He leaves a son, Sandor; a a sister, Mrs. Joseph
daughter, Mrs. Ronald (Naomi) Koffman of Flint;
(Natalie) Rice; two sisters, seven grandchildren and
Mrs. Sidney (Edythe)
Buchman of Baltimore,
In loving memory of
our beloved son and
Md., and Mfs. Henry (Bess)
brother
Schor of Pittsburgh, Pa.;
and five grandchildren.

Irving Heiman

Irving Heiman, founder
and owner of Irving's Fab-
rics in Farmington Hills,
died March 9 at age 69.
Born in Tarrytown, N.Y.,
Mr. Heiman owned his bus-
iness for the past 27 years.
He was a past president of
the 11 Mile-Middlebelt
erchants Association.
e leaves his wife, Hen-
tta; two daughters, Mrs.
Herbert (Suzanne) Berns-
tein and Mrs. Michael (De-
borah) Marienthal;s and four
grandchildren. Services 1
p.m. today at Ira Kaufman
Chapel.

New Brain Drain

JERUSALEM (ZINS) -
- Spokesmen for the Israeli
Agriculture Ministry told a
press conference that Israeli
agricultural experts are
taking higher-paying jobs
in countries that compete
with Israel, especially
Spain and Italy.

- - Pridiy, - Mareh 19, 1982 63

OBITUARIES

MAX MARTIN BEN-
NETT, 77, died March 13.
Survived by his wife, Bes-
sie; four sons, a brother, Dr.
Sanford; and a sister, Mrs.
Milton (Lillian) Shuster.
* * *
GRACE BOROCK, 96,
former Detroiter of Torr-
ance, Calif., died Feb. 8.
Survived by a son, Paul of
Southfield; two daughters,
Mrs. Nat (Shirley) Hellman
and Roslyn Ross of Califor-
nia; four grandchildren and
six great-grandchildren. In-
terment Los Angeles.
* * *
HARRY FELD, 74,
former Detroiter of North
Miami Beach, Fla., died
March 14. Survived by his
wife, Sadie; a son, Myron of
Boston, Mass.; a daughter,
Rita of Los Angeles, Calif.;
three brothers, Abraham
and Izadore of New Bedford,
Mass., and Benjamin of
Providence, R.I.; and one
grandson. Interment North
Miami Beach.

MARVIN
ALBERT

Who passed away
March 20, 1959 (28th of
Adar). Gone but not for-
gotten, always in our
hearts.
Mother and sisters,
Joan and Marsha

In memory of our be-
loved mother and
grandmother,

ANN ROTH

March 19, 1982

WordS cannot express
how much you meant to
us. We miss you so.

Allan Roth, Sandy,
Ivan, Marla
and Eden Collins

one great-grandson.
* * *
HENRY HERMAN, 88,
of Oak Park, died March 13.
Survived by two sons, Mar-
tin and Leonard; a daugh-
ter, Mrs. Nathaniel
(Theresa) Bookman; a sis-
ter, Mrs. Bella Liebling of
Montreal, Quebec, Canada;
eight grandchildren and
two great-grandchildren.
* * *
RACHEL KORN, 90,
died March 15. She leaves
two daughters, Mrs. Leo
(Lanie) Baron and Mrs. Ar-
thur (Onnie) Goldberg;
three grandchildren and
seven great-grandchildren.
** *
MELISSA KRINSKY,
13, died March 12. She
leaves her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph (Emily)
Krinsky; a brother, Irwin;
two sisters, Mrs. Sandy (El-
len) MacDonald And Mrs.
Bruce (Gayle) Shlain; and
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
Harry (Betty) Krinsky and
Mrs. Louis (Bertha) Supian.
** *
JOSEPH LONGERT,
74, of Southfield, died
March 14. Survived by his
wife, Adeline; three
brothers, Louis of Toronto,
Ont., Harry of Downsview,
Ont., and Sam of Bronx,
N.Y.; three sisters, Mrs.
Evelyn Reich of the Bronx,
N.Y., and Mrs. Ann Ches-

Sylvia Caplan

Sylvia Caplan, a volun-
teer for local Jewish agen-
cies, died March 4.
Born in Russia, Mrs. Cap-
lan was a member of Everg-
reen Chapter of Hadassah
and was a volunteer at Sinai
Hospital and at the Sally
Allan Alexander Beth
Jacob School for Girls.
She is survived by a
daughter, Mrs. Louis
(Gloria) Stern; a brother,
Ben Lemberg of Miami
Beach, Fla.; two sisters,
Phyllis Weiner and Sally
Lemberg; and four grand-
children.

Monument
Unveilings

Unveiling announcements
may be inserted by mail or by
calling The Jewish News, 17515
W. Nine' Mile, Suite 865, South-
field, Mich. 48075. 424-8833. Writ-
ten announcements must be ac-
companied by the name and ad-
' dress of the person making the
insertions. There is a standing
charge of $7.50 for an unveiling
notice measuring an inch in
depth, and $12.50 for a notice two
inches deep with a black border.

The family of the late
Ruth Rose announces the
unveiling of a monument in
her memory 11:30 a.m.
Sunday, March 21, at
Workmen's Circle Cemet-
ery, Beth Yehudah Section.
Rabbi Loss will officiate.
Relatives and friends are
asked to attend.

terman and Mrs. Nathan
(Billy) Sheckert, both of To-
ronto.
** *
CELIA PERIN, 88, died
March 11. She leaves a son,
Marvin; a daughter, Mrs.
Harry (Marian) Resnick;
and two grandsons.
** *
MICHAEL ROSSMAN,
82, of Detroit, died March
13. Survived by a sister,
Mrs. Sarah Smith.
* * *
PINE SCHWARTZ, 83,
of Oak Park, died March 10.

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 c'
Mishnavos.

ADAR MAR.
REBECCA ABEL
26 21
ISAAC AUGUST
26 21
HARRY COOPER
26 21
LOUIS DZODIN
26 21
JACOB FINGEROOT
26 21
YETTA WEINSTEIN
26 21
SAMUEL BRANT
27 22
FRANCES CUTLER
27 22
LEO I. FRIEDLAENDER
27 22
LEONARD FINKEL
27 22
FRANK GREENWALD
27 22
CHANA GREVNIN
27 22
ROSE.KANER
27 22
SAM LEVINE
27 22
TZEITEL SCHMIDEL
27 22
ABE SCHWARTZ
27 22
ANNE E. SLATKER
27 22
MAX SPOON
27 22
ETHEL ABRAMSON
28 23
MARVIN ALBERT
28 23
MAX FRAZEIN
28 23 -
MARTHA GARFINKEL
28 23
'ROSE KATZ
28 23
- 28 23
DAVID PESSMAN
28 23
DR. BELLA M. RABINOVITCH28 23
PEARL STEIN
28 23
LOUIS TEPER
28 23
ADOLPH BASSIN
29 24
MISHA BICKOFF
29 24
LISA BIRMAN
29 4
MARY ERNSTEIN
29 24
HARRY FINKELSTEIN
29 24
LILLIAN PITKOWSKY
29 24
CELIA RHINESTONE
29 24
FAYE ROSENBERG
29 24
HERMAN SCHULTZ
29 24
LOUIS SHOSKES
29 24
MINNIE SHRAGER
29 24
HANNAH USHER

29 24
JENNIE GOODMAN
29 24
NISSAN
LOUIS ALPER
1 25
MORRIS BALANSOFF
1 25
LOUIS GLADSTONE
1 25
SALOMON MARX
1 25
DR. CHARLES ORNSTEIN
1 25
BERTHA PALMAN
1 25
ANNIE SARKO
1 25
SARAH SIEGEL
1 25
LOUIS SLAKTER
1 25
ROSE SMITH
1 25
SAM TURKEL
1 25
JACK BARCK
2 26
MOSHE BORDOLEY
2 26
JACOB FLEISCHMAN
2 26
ALBERT H. FRIEDMAN
2 26
ESTHER GELLMAN
.2 26
DORIS HOLLO
2 26
FRED KLINE
2 26
SADIE MOEHLMAN
2 26
ROBERT B. NOVITZ.
2 26
ETTA COHEN SLAKTER
2 26
IMRE WEISS
2 26
HARRY ABLITZ
3 27
ISAAC GOLDSTEIN
3 27
MANIE COHEN
3 27
PHILIP GORDON
3 27
HARRY RIMAR
3 27
RACHEL SEYBURN
3 27
JACK SKLAR
3 27
CHARLES WILLIAMS
3 27

Yeshivath Beth
Yehudah

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Survived by a son, William
P. of Wheeling, Ill.; a
daughter, Mrs. Gerald
(Andrea) Tolle of Novi; and
three grandchildren.
* * *
ALEXANDER SHU-
FER, 51, of Oak Park, died
March 11. Survived by his
wife, Klara; a son, Michael;
and one grandchild.
* * *
DANA VAJS, 59, died
March 14. She leaves her
husband, Denes; two
daughters, Mrs. Martin
(Jelena) Franklin and Mrs.
Rade (Vlasta) Vulovic of
Maplewood, N.J.; three sis-
ters and two grandchildren.
* * *
FREDA VERNICK, 90,
of Detroit, died March 16.
Survived by a son, Morris; a
daughter, Mrs. Samuel
(Jeannette) Hurwitz; a
brother, Benjamin Kishner
of Brooklyn, N.Y.; six
grandchildren and eight
great-grandchildren.
* 5 *
. ELSIE HOCK WEST,
81, former Detroiter of
California, died March 14.
She leaves a sister, Mrs.
Jack (Clara) Wolfe of Oak
Park; nieces, nephews,
grandnieces and grand-
nephews. Interment De-
troit.

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