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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-10-01

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, October 1, 1982

OBITUARIES

BEATRICE BECK-
MAN, 73, died Sept. 16. She

leaves a cousin, Marshall
Piper.

** *
HILARY
ROTT
BURNS, 50, former De-

troiter of Ocala, Fla., died
Sept. 29. Survived by an
aunt, Betty Tartof of Ocala.
Interment Ocala.
* * *

SIMON BROZGOLD,

71, died Sept. 22. He leaves
a son, Leonard; a daughter,
Mrs. Gerald (Lynn) Zeff of
Plano, Tex.; three brothers,
Joseph, David of Ft. Worth,
Tex., and Morris of
Springfield, Ill.; a sister,
Mrs. Samuel (Doris) Kat-
kin; and five grandchildren.
* * *

ARLENE
LOIS
FELDMAN, 43, former De-

troiter of Burbank, Calif.,
died Sept. 26. Survived by
her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Ben (Minnie) Feldman of
Southfield; and a sister,
Sandra Joy of Reseda, Calif.
* * *

PETER R. GREEN-
WALD, 68, former De-

troiter of Chicago, Ill., died
Sept. 20. Survived by his
wife, Rella; a son, Jay; a
daughter, Gail L. of
Chicago; a brother, William

of Detroit; and a sister, Mrs.
Jerome (Fanny) Rossman of
Southfield. Interment
Chicago.

** *
MILTON C. HIRSCH-
FIELD, 94, died Sept. 25.

He leaves his wife, Jewel;
two sons, Dr. John M. of
Maryland and George M.;
two granddaughters and
one great-grandchild.
** *

MONROE HOFF-
MAN, 80, of Oak Park, died

Sept. 25. Survived by a sis-
ter, Mrs. Rosalind Bern-
hardt; two nephews, one
niece and two grand-
nephews.

** *
HARRY H. JANOWER,

75, died Sept. 24. He leaves
his wife, Celia; two sons, Dr.
Murray of Waban, Mass.,
and Dr. Donald; two
brothers, Ben and Jack of
New York; three sisters,
Mrs. Sarah Zuckerman,
Mrs. Sam (Miriam) Green-
field and Mrs. Helen Sil-
verman, all of New York,
and six grandchildren.
** *
JOSEPH KAGAN, 76,
of Oak Park, died Sept. 25.
Survived by his wife, Anna;
a son, Abraham; a daugh-
ter, Mrs. Harvey (Irene)

Margaret Rubinoff Dies,
1st Woman Pharmacist Here

Margaret Rose Rubinoff,
first woman pharmacist in
the state of Michigan, died
Sept. 29 at age 78.
Born in Brooklyn, N.Y.,
Mrs. Rubinoff was retired
for the past seven years.
She leaves a son, Dr. M.
Lawrence of Woodland
Hills, Calif.; a daughter,
Mrs. Albert (Rita) Mermels-
tein; two brothers, Robert
Fleiss of San Clemente,

Rose R. Rose

Rose R. Rose, who was
employed at Robert Rose
Jewelers in Rochester, died
Sept. 24 at age 71.
Born in Duquesne, Pa.,
Mrs. Rose was a member of
Temple Beth El and
Women's American ORT.
She leaves a son, Robert
of Rochester; two daugh-
ters, Mrs. Robert (Sondra)
Schwartz and MrS. Peter
(Carol) Trepeck; two
brothers, Joseph Radom
and Harry Radom; a sister,
Mrs. Bernard (Lillian)
Grant; and six
grandchildren.

Joseph Friedman

NEW YORK (JTA) —
Joseph Friedman, long-
time financial secretary of
the Newark Sholom
Aleichem branch of the
Farband-Labor Zionist Al-
liance in Spring Valley,
N.Y., died Sept. 13. He was
75.
He was the father of
David Friedman, Washing-
ton bureau chief of the
Jewish Telegraphic
Agency.
Born in Poland, Joseph
Friedman was active in the
Histadrut, Israel Bonds and
the Jewish •National Fund.

Calif., and Milton L. Fleiss
of Hawthorne, Calif.; three
sisters, Mrs. Max (Augusta)
Trager, Mrs. Philip (Mil-
dreth) Rubinoff and Mrs.
Morris (Esther) Shrager;
and seven grandchildren.

Sarah Goldberg

Sarah J. Goldberg, a
member of Jewish women's
organizations, died Sept. 27
at age 89.
Born in Traverse City,
Mich., Mrs. Goldberg was a
member of Hadassah,
Women's American ORT
and Brandeis University
National Women's Commit-
tee.
She leaves a son, John
Gilmore; a daughter, Mrs.
Marianne Heller of Toronto,
Ont.; two brothers, Harry
Greenberg of Los Angeles,
Calif., and Maurice Green-
berg of Van Nuys, Calif.; a
sister, Mrs. Joseph (Bessie)
Simons; and three
grandchildren.

Krupp of Coral Springs,
Fl a . ; and three
grandchildren.
* * *
EDMUND L. KAHN, 55,
of Huntington Woods, died
Sept. 25. Survived by his
wife, Marcia; three sons,
Richard of Sterling Heights,
Neil and Barry of Bearborn
Heights; a daughter, Mrs.
Kedar (Ellen) Joshi of Mil-
ford; a brother, Myron; and
one grandson.
** *
MARY KELLY, 71, of
Oak Park, died Sept. 28.
Survived by a son, Michael
D. of Englewood, Colo.; a
brother, Al Metchick of Ft.
Lauderdale, Fla.; and two
sisters, Mrs. Walter
(Esther) Bertoff and Mrs.
Rose Greener.
* * *

SAMUEL
TODD
LEVINE, 4, died Sept. 27.

He leaves his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Paul (Helen)
Levine of Brighton; a sister,
Shayna Lynn; his
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
Irving (Ruthe) Levine and
Mr. and Mrs. David (Re-
gina) Burdowski; and
great-grandmother, Mrs.
Dorothy Schefman.
* * *

EDWARD H. LEVITT,

76, former Detroiter of
Niagara Falls, N.Y., died
Sept. 17. Survived by his
wife, Edna; a son, Albert of
Las Vegas, Nev.; a daugh-
ter, Mrs. Robert (Rita)
Zeleny of Chicago, Ill.; a sis-
ter, Mrs. Marvin J. (Mado-
lyn) Rosenthal of Troy,
Mich.; four grandchildren
and two great-grandchil-
dren. Interment Niagra
Falls.

** *
REBECCA MENDEL-
SON, 85, died Sept. 22. Sur-

vived by a son, Morris; two
daughters, Mrs. Ben (Mol-
lie) Moglovkin and Mrs.
Max (Helen) Glass; six
grandchildren and six
great-grandchildren.
** *

ISADORE "IRVING"
NEWMAN died Sept. 27.

He leaves his wife, Freda;
two daughters, Mrs. Robert
(Renee) Epstein and Mrs.
Thomas (Bonnie) Cochill of
Cherry Hill, N.J.; a brother,
Louis of Hollywood, Calif.;
two sisters, Mrs. Lottie
Levin and Ida of Chicago,
Ill.; and five grandchildren.

In loving memory of
mother, grandmother,
great-grandmother and
sister

ROSE BELLE
BRENNER

Who passed away
Oct. 3, 1975. Sadly mis-
sed and always re-
membered.
The Seyburn, Schlain
and Brenner Families
and sister,
Frances Uhr

JENNIE

GOLDSTEIN

Who passed away
Sept. 29, 1981. Sadly
missed and always re-
membered by her chil-
dren, grandchildren
and great-grandchil-
dren.

T IEl

Directors of Funerals

- —
MORRIS I. PENFIL,

82, of Oak Park, died Sept.
24. Survived by a son, Louis;
a daughter, Hinda of Long
Beach, Calif.; two brothers,
Louis of Philadelphia, Pa.,
and David of Miami Beach,
Fla.; three grandchildren
and seven great-
grandchildren.
** *

(CELIA)
CYPA
RAPAPORT died Sept. 24.

Survived by a daughter,
Mrs. Kurt (Barbara) Levy;
and two grandchildren.
** *
ALFRED REMENY, 61,
died Sept. 24. He leaves his
wife, Marillyn; a son, Doug-
las; a daughter, Mrs. Albert
(Sharie) Gladner; and two
granddaughters.
* * *
RENA RICHMAN, 74,
died Sept. 26. She leaves a

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, recite-
> don of Kaddish and
Studying of Mis-)
•1 hnavos.

TISHRI OCT.
DAVID M. EDELMAN
16 3
MORRIS GOLDBERG
16 3
ALLEN KRAKOW
16 3
CELIA MARGOLIS
16 3
DORA ROSEN
16 3
LAELA M. SAULSON
16 3
MORRIS SILVERSTEIN
16 3
ESTHER ROSE SMITH
16 3
ROSE JEREMIAS
17 4
MINNIE KIDECKEL
17 4
DORA STROM
ROTHENHAUS
17 4
WILLIAM SOLOMON
17 4
STANLEY BRAWER
18 5
SADIE ETTINGER
18 5
JACK FRANKS
18 5
SAMUEL GRANITZ
18 5
WILLIAM M. ISENBERG
18 5
SAMUEL KIEF
18 5
SOL KWARTOWITZ
18 5
ABRAHAM S. LIPSON
18 5
PHILIP ROBINSON
18 5
TANIA SAFRAN
18 5
SAM WEINTRAUB
18 5
ISADORE BERKOWITZ
19 6
ROBERT JONAS
19 6
ETTA JOSSELSON
19 _6
19 6
IDA KATZMAN
19 6
HARRY LEVIN
19 6
BELLA RAIM
19 6
ISADORE ROLNITZKY
19 6
SONYA SALEM
SOL STEIN
19 6
19 6
GEORGE R. TEREBELO
20 7
SAM BIELEWITCH
HARRY A. DAVIDSON
20 7
SAM KATZ
20 7
CHARLES RUBEL
20 7
20 7
MAX SCHWARTZ
20 7
HARRY WEXLER
21 8
JACK BECKWITH
MEYER BEIGLER
21 8
21 8
LEAH BUDNICK
21 8
BERNICE COLE
21 8
HARRY JAFFIN
AARON KAHN
21 8
PEARL KIND
21 8
21 8
SARAH LEVIN
21 8
MORTIMER J. LISS
21 8
MORRIS SAHAM
21 8
ROSE SCHWARTZ
22 9
MICHAEL BERRIS
WILLIAM BORDELOVE
22 9
22 9
BETTY COHEN
22 9
LOUIS J. COHEN
22 9
KATE GORMEZANO
22 9
LOUIS H. LEVINE
GOLDIE MENDELSOHN
22 9
ABRAHAM OAKMAN
22 9
22 9
EDWARD _ SIMON _

Yeshivath Beth
Yehudah

15751 W. Lincoln Dr.
Southfield
557-6750

NAN Ch

— 18325 W. 9 Mile Rd. Southfield

11

Sidney A. Deitch
DETROIT
MONUMENT WORKS

14441 W. 11 Mile Rd.

daughter, Mrs. Allen (Ina)
Silbergleit; and three
grandchildren.

'Gardner, betas. Coolidge & Greenfield

399-2711 Eve. 626-0330

* * *

CHARLES SCHWARTZ,

75, died Sept. 26. He leaves
his wife, Bertha; a daugh-
ter, Karen og Grand Rapids;
and a brother, Harry.

* * *

MONUMENT CENTER, INC.

r

t,

.

SILVIA SPECTOR, 67,
died Sept. 22. She leaves
three sons, Lawrence, Max
and Robert; and six
grandchildren.

6 Blks. from 3 Jewish
Cemeteries on Woodward

.LI 2-8266

JO 4-5557

SHELDON
MONUMENT COMPANY

19800 WOODWARD AVE.

Betw. 7 and 8 Mile Roads

Phone 368-3550

* * *

Over 60 Years in Same Location!

ISADORE WALD, 77, of
Oak Park, died Sept. 25.
Survived by two daughters,
Mrs. Morton (Anne) Siegel
and Mrs. Emanuel (Sandra)
Viola of Des Plaines, Ill.;
and four grandchildren.

MONUMENTS BY

BERG
URBACH

AND

* * *

HENRY N. WASSER-
MAN, 84, died Sept. 29. He

leaves a son, Arnold R.; a
brother, Harry of Chicago,
Ill.; and one granddaughter.

* * *

MORLEY WOLFE, 62,
of Oak Park, died Sept. 23.
Survived by his wife, Ruth;
two sons, Sheldon of North-
ridge, Calif., and Ronald; a
daughter, Mrs. Sanford
(Donna) Mandell two
brothers, Edward of Tar-
zana, Calif., and Sidney;
four sisters, Mrs. Louis (Be-
ssie) Katz, Mrs. Ben (Ceil)
Krigel, Mrs. Joseph (Tillie )
Klebanoff and Mrs.
Raymond (Lillian) Dunn;
and four grandchildren.

FINE MONUMENTS
SINCE 1910

13405 CAPITAL at Coolidge

OAK PARK -

LI 4-2212

Next to Stanley Steamer

— NORTHERN —
MONUMENT SALES Inc.






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Bronze Memorials
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National Fund in the Will of every Jew were
invariably followed, sufficient resources would
be accumulated to ensure the future of the -
young Jewish State on a sound basis of
development, social welfare, and justice.

.

A bequest to the Jewish National Fund
•should be as traditional as having a Blue Box
in one's home.

You may want your bequest to be
dedicated to afforestation, to a village, a
Nachlah, to a children's play area, to perpetual
yahrzeit or kaddish, or to some form of
permanent tribute in the names of persons
dear to you.

Consult the Foundation for Jewish
National Fund, 27308 Southfield Rd.,
557-6644
They will gladlyCO-operate with you in
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