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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-07-16

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Pearl Kasle, Had Leading Roles
in Variety of Communal Causes

The death, Sunday, at the
age of 85, of Pearl Kasle,
served in the many tributes
to her, to reconstruct the
story of a lady who played
many important roles in
this community. They were
always together with her

,

husband, the late Abe ship of her son Robert, who
Kasle, and always in every died a year ago, and who
aspect of Jewish and civic was a top leader in the Un-
life.
ited Hebrew Schools and
Mrs. Kasle was a teen- other major movements; as
ager when she met Abe. It well as sharing the ac-
was a marriage that meant tivities of her daughter,
partnership — in the estab- Mrs. Ben (Esther) Jones,
lishment of the Kasle Steel who for years was among
Corp., in the memberships the leaders in the Women's
The Family
in the scores of movements Division of the Allied
of the Late
in which they had mutual Jewish Campaign.
WARREN PAUL
interests.
Mrs. Kasle had a nota-
FINK
They shared devotion to ble role as hostess, espe-
Announces the un-
the Zionist cause, and a cially at decisive confer-
veiling of a monument
Jewish National Fund ences held in their home,
in his memory 11 a.m.
Forest in Israel, attests to it. for educational plans and
Sunday, July 25, at Beth
Their interest in Israel decisions, in which her
El Memorial Park.
was deep-rooted, they husband had a leading
Rabbi Lane Steinger
made numerous visits to position.
will officiate. Relatives
Israel, Mr. Kasle had the
and friends are asked to
Besides her son and
attend.
privilege of being the daughter, Mrs. Kasle leaves
first, together with 10 grandchildren and 16
Joseph Holtzman of es- great-grandchildren.
The Daughters
tablishing the highest
of the Late
standard of giving to the
The value of the words ut-
EMMA
Allied Jewish Campaign, tered with the lips is deter-
GOLDBERG
and Mrs. Kasle was mined by the devotion of the
equally generous in gi-V- heart.
Announce the unveil-
ing of a monument in
ing to the Campaign's
_—Talmud
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her memory 2 p.m. Sun-
Women's Division.
day, July 18, at Ceme-
With her husband, Mrs.
The Family
tery Beth David in
Kasle pioneered in behalf of
of the Late
Brantford, Ont.,
the
Hillel
Day
School,
and
Canada. Rabbi Moishe
ABRAHAM M.
both made the educational
Yeres will officiate. Re-
needs
their
major
concern.
KLAPER
latives and friends are
Their interest was also,
_ asked to attend.
Acknowledges with
among many other move-
grateful appreciation
ments,
in
the
Hillel
Found-
The Family
the many kind ex-
ations of the University of
pressions of sympathy
of the Late
extended by relatives
Michigan and Wayne State
MYRNA
and friends during the
University and the United
GROSSMAN
family's recent be-
Hebrew Schools. Mr. Kasle
reavement.
Announces the un-
served as president of the
veiling of a monument
N
schools and she was an or-
in her memory 10 a.m.
ganizer of the UHS Wo-
Sunday, July 25, at Adat
man's Auxiliary. Mrs.
Shalom Memorial Park.
Kasle was a life member of
Rabbi Nelson and Can-
In loving memory of
the Brandeis University
tor Greenbaum will of-
ficiate. Relatives and
National Women's Commit-
friends are asked to at-
ALEXANDER
tee.
tend.
Mrs. Kasle took a deep in-
POLLAK
ammis ■ Ihri ■ i terest in the theological
studies of her son, Leonard,
The Family
By Clara and Bert
who succeeded his father as
of the Late
Dan; and Jay, Shirley,
head
of
Kasle
Steel
Corp.
ROSE
Lori and Amy Gottlieb.
and who was the past presi-
ROSENFELD
dent of the Detroit Board of
Announces the un-
Education; in the leader-

veiling of a monument
in her memory 11 a.m.
Sunday, July 25, at
Clover Hill Park
Cemetery. Rabbi
Schnipper will officiate.
Relatives and friends
are asked to attend.

The- Formal
Unveiling for

MAX
SCHWARTZ

Former partner of
Schwartz Bros. Grocery
and Meats will take
place 3:30 p.m. Sunday,
July 25, at Beth Ab-
raham Cemetery. Rabbi
Schnipper will officiate.
Friends and relatives
are asked to attend.

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The Family
of the Late

AARON
YAMPOLSKY

Announces the un-
veiling of a monument
in his memory 1 p.m.
Sunday, July 25, at He-
brew Memorial Park.
Rabbi David Yam-
polsky will officiate.
Relatives and friends
are asked to attend.

Iii Loving Memory Of

REBECCA BELLER

.

Who passed away July 19, 1975. So sadly
missed and will never be forgotten by her
husband, daughters, grandchildren and
great-grandchildren.

In Sacred Memory Of

JUDGE BERNARD L.
KAUFMAN

To our beloved son, a precious one from
us is gone. A voice we loved is stilled. A place
is vacant in our hearts that never can be
filled. May the Lord make His face shine
upon thee, bless thee, keep thee and give thee
peace.
Mom and Dad
and his Beloved Family

T

Friday, July 16, 1982 63

Dr. Maurice Gollman Dies

Dr. Maurice D. Goillman
a physician, surgeon an
hematologist, died July 1 0
at age 77.
Born in Paterson, N.J.
Dr. Gollman lived 70 year
in Detroit. He was retired
Dr. Gollman was graduate
in 1931 from the Universit y
of Michigan Medical School
He was affiliated with Ph
Lambda Kappa Medica 1
Fraternity and was certifie d
by the American Board o
Surgery.
He served as a captain i n
the U.S. Army Medica
Corps.
He leaves his wife, Ida; a
son, Ronald; a daughter,

WE REMEMBER

During the coming
week Yeshivath
Beth Yehudah will
observe the
Yahrzeits of the fol-
lowing departed
friends, with the
traditional Memo-
rial Prayers, recita-
tion of Kaddish and
Studying of Mis-
hnavos.

EVA COHAN
MORRIS EVANS
HUMAN LEVINE
IDA PESSMAN
J. MILTON BRESLER
ESTHER BRODER
ABE CHAUSKY
FRIEDA CHESLUK
DORA FLEISCHER
DAVID FULLER
MORTON GOTTLIEB
SHEVA R.L.
HIMELSTEIN
ISRAEL KOJDER
SHIFRA KOJDER
GUSSIE KUSHNER
DAVID LAKIN
GOLDIE S. WAXMAN
SAMUEL YOFFEE
MOSHE GLANCZ
AARON GOLUB
ABY LANTOR
SIDNEY MITNICK
ISAAC SCHMALTZ
JACOB SOLOMON
JULIUS TAITELBAUM
IDA YAWER

TAMMUZ JULY
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RABBI MOSES I.

BRESHKIN
NOAH MEIER CHESLUK
FANNIE DORF
JACOB FARKAS
BURTON HORNBERG
MOLLIE HANNAH KANE
SEYMOUR MATZ
SCHMUEL ORECHKIN
LOUIS RESNICK
ANNA SHERMAN
DAVE SILVERSTEIN
SOL BRODSKY
ABRAHAM FRANK
HILDA GOLANER
YAAKOV B' MAYER
HAKOHEN
HUMAN KAPLAN
JACOB LANDGARTEN
CHAYIM SCHULIST
ANNIE SMITH
YECHIEL EPHRAIM
ERSTER
HERBERT GLOGOWER
PAULINE GUTFREUND
PHILIP HOFFMAN
BENJAMIN SHEPARD
LOUIS SUGAR
ZISE BIGMAN
FRANCES DOROTHY
CRANE
HANNAH DIEM
CHAYA ITTA
GORENSTEIN
JOSEPH STEIN
FANNY GOULD
ETTA LEVIN
DAVID LEVITZ
SONIA MENENBERG
ESTHER SHIFRA
MOSHEL
BILL ROSENTHAL
SAMUEL M. SHORR

Yeshivath Beth
Yehudah

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