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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-08-06

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

SHELDON
* I
MONUMENT COMPANY

OBITUARIES

MILTON BRASCH, 69,
of Ontario, Calif., died Aug.
3. Survived by his wife,
Joyce; a son, Walter of
Pittsburgh, Pa.; a daughter,
Corey Lanchester of On-
tario, Calif.; a brother, Leon
of Windsor, Ont., Canada; a
sister, Mrs. Phil (Birdie)
Dworin of Southfield; and
one grandchild. Interment
California.
**
cELMA BROWN, 77,
July 29. She leaves her
huSband, Louis; three sons,
Harvey, Leslie and David of
Las Vegas, Nev.; a brother,
Maurice Sell; a sister, Mrs.
Ben (Charlotte) Schiff of
Flint; and 11
grandchildren.
** *
HARRY EICHEN-
HORN, 75, of Detroit, died
Aug. 2. Survived by his
wife, Dorothy; a son, Dr.
Michael; two sisters, Mrs.
Eva Wilensky of Toledo,
Ohio, and Mrs. Charles (Lil-
lian) Katz; and two
grandchildren.
• * *
ANNA FELD, 90, of Ann
Arbor, died Aug. 3. She
leaves a son, Lester of New
York; a daughter, Sheila of
Ann Arbor; and two
grandchildren. Interment
New York.
* * *
ROSE FOLTYN, 71, of
Oak Park, died July 30.
Survived by two daughters,
Mrs. James (Julie) Solomon
of Walnut Creek, Calif., and
Audrey; and two
grandchildren.
** *
JOSEPH GOLDMAN,
72, former Detroiter of Cin-
cinnati, Ohio, died July 31.
Survived by his wife, Lil-
lian; a son, Dr. Norman of
Arlington, Tex.; two sisters,
Jean Naster of Florida and
Betty Harrison of South-
field; and one
granddaughter. Interment
Cincinnati.
* * *
EDWARD- GREEN-
SPON, 85, former Detroiter

Discretion in speech is
more than eloquence.

In Memory of

ROSE
RUBENSTEIN

Sadly missed by her

children and

of New York, died Aug. 3. two sons, Harry Lebo of Re-
He leaves his wife, Ruth dondo Beach, Calif. and
Frances; a daughter, Mrs. Michael of Tarzana, Calif.;
Giorgio (Muriel) Costa- and five grandchildren.
Greenspon of New York; a Interment California.
* * *
brother, Sam "Jimmy"; a
sister, Mrs. Helen Marder of
ARTHUR LEISER, 79,
Philadelphia, Pa.; and one of Royal Oak, died July 29.
grandson. Interment De- Survived by his wife, Char-
troit.
lotte; and a brother, Rudolf.
* * *
* * *
MINNIE
RUTH LIF-
LOUIS B. HALLER, 87,
died July 30. He leaves a SCHITZ, 81, of Berkley,
son, Eugene of Dallas, Tex.; died July 30. Survived by a
a daughter, Mrs. Milton son, Robert Leaf; a brother,
(Terry) Rotenberg; one Irwin Lawrence of Menlo
brother, three sisters and Park, Calif.; a sister, Mrs.
Harry (Libby) Belkin of
six grandchildren.
Grand Rapids; four
** *
grandchildren and one
STEVEN KATZMAN, great-grandchild.
28, died Aug. 4. He leaves_
** *
his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
GILBERT MICHEL, 83,
Aaron (Gertrude) Katzman; died Aug. 2. Survived by his
and a sister, Sara.
wife, Bernice; three daugh-
* * *
ters, Mrs. Bernard (Helen)
MORRIS KLAUS, 89, Isenberg, Mrs. Harold M.
former Detroiter of Los (Janet) Sucher and Mrs.
Angeles, Calif., died July Warren (Julie) Schlanger; a
31. Heleaves three sons, Dr. sister, Mrs. Catherine Alvin
David of Bethesda, Md., Dr. Rodecker; eight
Sidney of New Haven, grandchildren and four
Conn., and Allen J. of Santa great-grandchildren.
• *
Monica, Calif.; a brother,
Irving of Los Angeles; a sis-
LEO MORRIS PAN-
ter, Mrs. Rose Savetnick of ZER, 70, of Southfield, died
Los Angeles; and four July 30. Survived by his
grandsons. Interment De- wife, Lillian; two sons,
troit.
William and Howard of
* * *
New York; a brother,
AMELIA LEBOVICS, Samuel; a sister, Mrs.
84, of Los Angeles, Calif., William (Helen) Baughn;
died July 29. Survived by and two grandchildren.

The Family of the Late

MARY KNOFSKY

Acknowledges with grateful apprecia-
tion the many kind expressions of sym-
pathy extended by relatives and friends
during the family's recent bereavement.

DETROIT CHAPTER OF
AMERICAN TECHNION SOCIETY

expresses its sorrow to the
Safran Family and deeply mourns the
passing of

HYMAN SAFRAN

grandchildren.

In Memory of Our
Beloved Mother
and Grandmother

the distinguished leader and our admired
associate. Mr. Safran was an inspiration
to all of us in Technion.

RUTH
STEINBERG

Who passed away
Aug. 6, 1981. Our love
and memories of you
are forever. Sadly mis-
sed by daughter, Be-
verly, son Lawrence,
and grandchildren.

19800 WOODWARD AVE.

BERNARD ROSEN-
BAUM, 59, former De-
troiter of Silver Spring, Md.,
died July 27. Survived by a
son, Leonard of Silver
Spring; and two brothers,
Charles of Pasadena, Fla.,
and David of Oak Park.
Interment Silver Spring.
* * *
DOROTHY SHEP-
PARD, 84, died Aug. 3. She
leaves a brother, Ben C.
Shapero; and three sisters,
Mrs. Fred M. (Jean) Braun,
Mrs. William (Sylvia) Stirn
and Mrs. Oscar (Gertrude)
Tolchin of Los Angeles,
Calif.

* * *

SAM STOLER, 70, died
Aug. 1. He leaves his wife,
Roselee; a son, Robert; a
daughter, Mrs. Harvey
(Barbara) Cohen; two
brothers, Dr. William and
Dr. Harry of Boynton Be-
ach, Fla.; and four
grandchildren.

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.

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JULIUS BRONSTEIN
TZVI COHEN
ANNE FALKOFF
MINNIE HART
CELIA KERRETT
ESTHER BESSIE TATKEN
SKIPPY TICHIN
ZAL AARON
ARON BRODER
BESSIE FEINSTEIN
LOUIS GOLDSTEIN
ELI HAUPTMAN
BESSIE LIFSHITZ
LILLIAN MARTON
ALBERT MILLMAN
JACOB SCHWARTZ
LILLY TOPOR
FRED BERK
SHAINDEL COTTLER
JOSEPH FINE
MINNIE RASKIN
VIRGINIA SCHWARTZ
DENISE DOKTOR
MORRIS GOLANER
LETTIE GOLDSTEIN
MELVIN HABER
SAMUEL LEVIN
MOLLIE PLOTNISKY
SALLY SCHEY
HERMAN S. SHEAR
MICHAEL SHNAIDER
DORA SUKENIC
ALTER PINCHAS
BERMAN
AVRAHAM BORDELOW
LENA BRANT
PHYLLIS LEVIN
GRUBER
MAX ROSEN
MINNIE ROSENTHAL
ESTHER THAV
IRENE WEISS
REBECCA ZABLUDOVSKY
MORRIS COHEN
ROSE CORMAN
SYLVIA LIPSON
IDA STOLINSKY
MORRIS NAFTOLIN
HARRY DIAMOND
RAISKE KANTOR
SOPHIA KRAIZMAN

LEO SCHLOSS
EDNA SOLOMON

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Yeshivath Beth
Yehudah

15751 W. Lincoln Dr.
557-6750
Southfield

ThE

KAU `JINN

Directors of Funerals

Friday, August 6, 1982 71

Betw. 7 and 8 Mile Roads

ISAAC TENNEN-
HOUSE, 78, of Oak Park,
died Aug. 2. Survived by his
wife, Hilda; two sons,
Leonard and Gerald; a
daughter, Norma Gerson of
Nashville, Tenn.; eight
brothers, Abe, Joseph, Jack,
David, Frank, Sam of Win-
nipeg, Manitoba, Canada;
and Alex of Moor Park,
Calif., and Lazarus; a sister,
Mrs. Harry (Dorothy)
Goldberg; and three
grandchildren.
* * *
WILLIAM HAROLD
THOMSON, 80, of Warren,
died July 29. Survived by
his wife, Geraldine; two
sons, Dr.David and Alan G.
of Grand Blanc; a daughter,
Lynn of New York; a
brother, Harry of Toronto; a
sister, Mrs. Florence Lasky
of Galt, Ontario; and one
grandson.
** *
SIEGLINDE ZOL-
KOWER, 48, died Aug. 4.
She leaves her husband,
Daniel; two sons, Jeffry and
Michael; a daughter, Mrs.
Randall (Susette) Miller of
Ann Arbor; her mother, two
brothers, one sister and one
grandson. Services 9 a.m.
today at Ira Kaufman
Chapel.

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