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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-08-20

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Hyman Paysner

Hyman David Paysner,
retired school principal,
died Aug. 14 at age 69.
A former Detroiter of Sun
City, Ariz., Mr. Paysner was
the principal of White
Elementary School in De-
troit. He retired in 1974. He
was affiliated with the De-
troit Board of Education for
38 years.
In Sun City, he was a
member of the American
Legion Post 101, Kiwanis
and Temple Beth Shalom.
- lie leaves his wife,
' ,tha; a son, Ronald of
teak Park; a brother, Abe of
La Mesa, Calif.; four sisters,
Mrs. Louis • (Gertrude)
Ellman of Oak Park, Mrs.
Milton (Lillian) Schnitzer of
Detroit, Mrs. Abraham
(Rita) Millman of South-
field and Mrs. Martin
(Sarah) Bacow of Califor-
nia. Interment Detroit.

S. Sternberg

Samuel Sternberg, an at-
torney for more than 50
years, died Aug. 13 at age
83.
Born in Romania, Mr.
Sternberg was an adminis-
trative" law judge with the
Michigan Employment Se-
curity Commission. He was
a 60-year member of Cong.
Shaarey Zedek and a
member of the Hevra
Kadisha of Shaarey Zedek.
He also held membership
in the Hannah Schloss Old
Timers, was a bread
member of the Hebrew Free
Loan Society and member
and former officer of Pisgah
Lodge of Bnai Brith.
He leaves his wife,
Caroline; a brother, George
of Essexville, Mich.; and a
sister, Mrs. Meyer (Sylvia)
Charlip.

.

Beatrice Groner,
Rabbis' Mother

OBITUARIES

Beatrice Groner, mother
of Rabbi Irwin Groner of
GUSSIE BELINSKY,
Cong. Shaarey Zedek and 85, of Southfield, died Aug.
Rabbi Banjamin Groner of .17. Survived by her hus-
New -Orleans and Rabbi band, Myer; two sons, Irwin
Oscar Groner, died Aug. 13 and Lawrence; a daughter,
in Evanston, Ill. She was 89. Mrs. Sam (Bertha) Chayet;
A native of Chicago, Mrs. a sister, Mrs. Minnie
Groner also was the Kowal; seven
mother-in-law of a rabbi, grandchildren and four
Irving Rosenbaum of great-grandchildren.
Chicago.
* * *
She also is survived by
her husband, Max; another
NATHAN GOLD-
son, Julius of Chicago; two STONE, 80, died Aug. 14.
daughters, Ruth Rosen- He leaves a nephew, Noach •
baum and Sarah Barach, of Israel; and a niece, Nima,
both of Chicago; two also of Israel.
brothers, 29 grandchildren
* * *
and 24 great-
MORRIS
KLEIN, 67, of
grandchildren. Interment
Southfield, died Aug. 15.
Chicago.
Survived by his wife, Jean.

Barney Levine

Barney Levine, owner - of
Barney's Parking, died
Aug. 14 at age 83.
Born in Russia, Mr.
Levine was the retired
owner of parking lots near,
the City County Building
and Tiger Stadium. He was
a member and past
president of Pisgah Lodge of
Bnai Brith and a member of
Cong. Beth Achim and past
vice president of the former
Ahavas Achim congrega-
tion.
He leaves his wife, Gus-
sie; two daughters, Mrs.
Sidney (Edythe) Goldman
and Mrs. William (Con-
stance) Adler; two brothers,
Max P. and Sam; a sister,
Mrs. Emmeline Willis of
Los Angeles, Calif.; four
grandchildren and one
great-granddaughter.

Sol Taishoff,
Magazine Editor

* * *

SAM MALEK, 68,
former Detroiter of Ft.
Lauderdale, Fla., died Aug.
8. Survived by his wife,
Bess; a daughter, Mrs.
Barry (Ronna) Hoffman of
Dania, Fla.; a sister, Mrs.
David (Dorothy) Dubin of
Hallandale, Fla.; and six
grandchildren. Interment
Florida.

* * *

ESTHER (SILVER)
MARCUS, 79, of South-
field, died Aug. 15. Survived
by two sons, Samuel Silver
and Louis Silver; a daugh-
ter, Mrs. Dolores Gross; two
brothers, David Holtzman
and Samuel Holtzman;
eight grandchildren and
three great-grandchildren.

FRANCES OLIWEK,
60, of Bloomfield Hills, died
Aug. 15. Survived by her
husband, Abram; two sons,
Martin A. Melton and Leo

MINNIE SHAPIRO

MINNIE
RASKIN

Who passed away
Aug. 21, 1981, 21 days in
Av. Sadly missed by her
sons, Marvin - and
Danny; daughters, Mrs.
Lillian Rosen and Mrs.
Belle Weingarden;
grandchildren and
4011 / =randchildren.

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.

* * *

WASHINGOTN — Sol
Joseph Taishoff, editor and Jeanne Stutz
P. Goldfinger
co-founder of Broadcasting
Jeanne Stutz, a member
Perry A. Goldfinger, magazine, died Aug. 15 at
of Jewish communal organ-
co-owner of the former age 77.
Formerly an editor for the izations, died Aug. 14 at age
Maxwell - Perry Men's
Shop, died Aug. 16 at age , Associated Press and a 75.
A native Detroiter, Mrs.
member of the original staff
81.
Born in Leavenworth, of U.S. News arid World Re- Stutz was a member of
Kan., Mr. Goldfinger lived port, Mr. Taishoff started Cong. Bnai Moshe, Hadas-
80 years in Detroit. After his magazine in 1931 with sah, Sinai Hospital Guild
closing his business in 1954, Martin Codel, whom he and Tikvah Chapter of Bnai
Brith Women.
Mr. Goldfinger was a real bought out in 1944.
She leaves her husband,
In 1953, he was the first
estate broker.
He was a member of journalist on a business Nathan; a son, Robert of
Con.g. Beth Achim and a life publication to receive the Wyoming, Ohio; two
member of Perfection Lodge University of Missouri's brothers, Edward Swartz of
, honor award for distin- Las Vegas, Nev., and Ar-
of the Masons.
He leaves a brother, Max. guished journalism. He also thur Schwartz of Chicago,
was honored by the Na- Ill.; a sister, Mrs. Edythe
. tional Association of Broad- Chudl er ; and two
grandchildren.
CARD OF THANKS
casters.
The family of the late
Morris Klein acknowl-
To my dear Grandmother
edges with grateful appre-
ciation the many kind ex-
pressions of sympathy ex-
tended by relatives and
Who has been gone for four years. .I have
f--;ends during the family's
met many people and have lnade many
.it bereavement.

In loving memory of our
dear mother, grand-
. mothei and great-
grandmother

O.; and five grandchildren.
* * *

IRVING PANITCH, 78,
died Aug. 16. He leaves his
wife, Florence; two sons,
Arnold of Boise, Idaho, and
Philmore of Washington,
D.C.; three brothers,- Abram
of Santa Barbara, Calif.,
Bernard of Florida and
Charles of Skokie, Ill.; and
three grandsons. Interment
Chicago.
** *
EVA SCHIFF, 95, of De-
troit, died Aug. 13. Survived
by a son, Bernard; a daugh-
ter, Mrs. David (Lorraine)
Mechanic of Windsor, Ont.,
Canada; two sisters, Lillian
Gitlin of New York City and
Mrs. Florence Camden;
nine grandchildren and
three great-grandchildren.
** *
M.
ADELE
SCHLESINGER, 96, died
Aug. 16. She leaves two
sons, Arthur W. and Robert;
a daughter, Mrs. Edward
(Elaine) Goldblum of Deer-
field Beach, Fla.; seven
grandchildien and six
great-grandchildren.

friends over these years, but no friendship
equals the one we had between us. I'm
grateful for the years I had with you, and
you'll be in my heart forever.
Your loving granddaughter,
Fran Susan Weiss

ELUL AUG.
3 22
SIDNEY AVERBUDH
3 22
LILLIAN BROWAR
3 22
ETTA FELSENFELD
3 22
FEIGA GOODSTEIN
3 22
ISADORE HARRY KEIT
3 22
ANNA RADOM
3 22
LOUIS ROSE
4 23
IDA LEIDERMAN
4 23
LOUIS LEVIN
4 23
ANNE SHULMAN
4 23
SAMUEL SPINNER
5 24
PHILIP BAXTER
5 24
SARAH FOON
5 24
MORRIS GORMEZANO
5 24
RAE HARRIS
5 24
BEN HELLEN
5 24
KAPLAN FAMILY
5 24
ESTHER LEON
5 24
AARON SCHEY
5 24
GUSSIE SEDER
5 24
FANNIE WEISS
6 25
SARAH ARONOW
6 25
CHAIM YITZCHOK BAND
6 25
ANNA GOLDSTICK
RICHARD ARTHUR
6
25
GORNEY
6 25
MARTIN HARRIS
6 25
MILDRED LIEBER
6 25
ESTHER ROSEN
7 26
GUSSIE COHEN
7 26
NEVA GUTTERMAN
7 26
GOLDIE RAY KLEIFF
7 26
HERMAN LEVI
7 26
ROSE YEITA PEPPER
7 26
ARCHIE ROSE
7 26
GERTRUDE ROSENTHAL
ISADORE MICHAEL
8 27
BLOCH
8 27
SOL IRVING COHEN
8 27
LOUIS FREEDMAN
8 27
DAVID OLSHANSKY
8 27
ISAAC ROSS
9 28
JACOB KANER
9 28
LOUIS NOSANCHUK
9 28
JACK PICKMAN
9 28
ABIGAIL SAPERSTEIN
9 28
HYMAN SCHUTZMAN
9 28
MEYER WEINGARDEN

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Friday, August 20, 1982 63

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FRANK SHAVELL, 71,
of the Bronx, N.Y., died
Aug. 12. Survived by his
wife, Rebecca; a son, Dr.
Joel of Birmingham; three
brothers in New York and
one grandson. Interment
New York.
** *
MARILYN J. SISLER,
47, died Aug. 12. She leaves
her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph (Shirley) Sisler; and
a brother, Richard.
* * *
MARY WEINSTEIN,
87, former Detroiter of
Miami Beach, Fla., died
Aug. 4 in Laguna Hills,
Calif. Survived by a son,
Manuel of Pembroke Pines,
Fla.; a daughter, Gertrude
Bleier of Laguna Hills;
eight grandchildren and 12
great-grandchildren. •
Interment California.
* * *
EVELYN YALOMS-
TEIN, 93, died Aug. 15. She
leaves 105 nieces and
nephews and great-nieces
and great-nephews.

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