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October 22, 1982 - Image 71

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-10-22

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Abie Engelbaum

Abie Engelbaum, owner
of Abie's Delicatessen in
Windsor, died Oct. 12 at age
71.
Born in Romania, Mr.
Engelbaum lived in
Windsor since 1948. He was
a member of Cong. Shaar
Hashomayim and was
active in efforts on behalf of
the Beth Yehuda Schools,
efr Akiva Hebrew Day School,
Shaare Zedek Hospital and
Bar-Ilan University.
He is survived by his wife,
Lora; a son, Isaac (Ike); a
daughter, Mrs. Leo (Karen)
Haviv of Toronto, Ont.:, a
sister, Dora Prostak; and
three grandchildren.

Rena Schiller

Rena R. Schiller, a
member of Jewish com-
munal organizations, died
Oct. 19 at age 87.
Born in Jacksonville,
Fla., Mrs. Schiller lived 64
years in Detroit. She was a
member of Temple Beth El,
Women's American ORT,
Sinai Hospital Guild and
National Council of Jewish
Women.
She leaves two daughters,
Mrs. Arthur W. (Nancy)
Schlesinger, Jr., and Mrs.
Herbert (Elaine) Holman of
Portolla Valley, Calif.; five
grandchildren and four
great-grandchildren.

Frances Magid

Frances Magid, an ad-
ministrative secretary at
Hillel Day School, died Oct.
17 at age 55.
A native Detroiter, Mrs.
Magid was a member of
Women's American ORT.
She leaves her husband,
Gerald; two sons, Dr. Larry
and Michael; a daughter,
Mrs. Arthur (Linda) Kel-
lert; her mother, Mrs. Louis
(Molly) Kozak; a sister, Mrs.
Maxwell (Sylvia) Goldstein;
and five grandchildren.

CARD OF THANKS

The family of the late
William Freedman ac-
knowledges with grateful
appreciation the many kind
expressions of sympathy ex=
tended by relatives and
friends during the family's
recent bereavement.

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The Family
of the Late

EDWIN
GORNBEIN

Acknowledges with
grateful appreciation
the many kind ex-
pressions of sympathy
extended by relatives
and friends during the
family's recent be-
reavement.

The Family
of the Late

REBECCA
MENDELSON

Acknowledges with
grateful appreciation
the many kind ex-
pressions of sympathy
extended by relatives
and friends during the
family's recent be-
reavement.

Nathan Shever,
Ex-Detroiter

Nathan Shever, a former
Detroiter who was active in
St. Louis Jewish communal
causes, died Oct. 9 at age 84.
Born in Poland, Mr.
Shever was raised in De-
troit prior to moving to St.
Louis, Mo. In St. Louis he
was the chairman of the
Greater St. Louis Federa-
tion United Jewish Appeal
Combined Campaign,
chairman of Israel Bonds
drives several times, past
chairman of Histadrut and '
a member of the Labor
Zionist Organization,
American Jewish Commit-
tee and American Jewish
Congress.
He was one of the first
Hadassah Associates. Mr.
Shever was on the board of
directors of the YMHA of
Greater St. Louis and on the
board of that city's Jewish
Hospital.
In 1958, he dedicated
the Shever Community
Center in Beersheva, Is-
rael. He served in the_
Army in World War I.
A resident of Miami Be-
ach, Fla., at the time of his
death, Mr. Shever was a
member of Temple Beth
Shalom.
The brother of the late
Detroiter Morris Schaver,
Mr. Shever is survived by
his wife, Goldye; a daugh-
ter, Mrs. Phyllis Girard of
Palm Beach, Fla.; one
brother; four grandchildren
and one great-grandchild.
Interment Florida.

.

Annie Friedleng

Annie Friedleng, a
member of Jewish cultural
groups here and in Newport
News, Va., died Oct. 3 at age
86.
Born in Zamosc, Poland,
Mrs. Friedleng lived 46
years in Detroit, where she
was a member of the Yid-
dish Folks Verein and
Zamosc-Tomashover
Society. In Virginia, she
was a member of the Golden
Age Club of the Jewish
Community Center and in-
volved in the foster
grandparents program for
the past 10 years. She re-
sided in Hampton, Va., at
the time of her death.
She is survived by two
daughters, Mrs. Leo J.
(Bert) Nelson of Southfield
and Mrs. Ben (Jane)
Goldman of Hampton, Va.;
four grandchildren and
three great-grandchildren.
Interment Newport News.

OBITUARIES

SONYA BASKIN, 63, of son, Jerome; a daughter, children. Services 11 a.m
Alpena, died Oct. 13. She Mrs. Nathan (Gertrude) today at Hebrew Memorial
leaves her husband, Jacob; Marblestone of Orlando, Chapel.
* * *
a son, Dr. Fred of Dallas, Fla.; six grandchildren and
Tex.; a daughter, Mrs. Ar- six great-grandchildren.
BENJAMIN SWEET,
** *
nold (Joyce) Kushmar of
81,
died Oct. 18. He leaves
Detroit; and six
LILLIAN LOWEN-
grandchildren. Interment THAL, 71, died Oct. 15. his wife, Rae; a son, Arthur;
Detroit.
Survived by four sons, two daughters, Mrs. Myles
** *
Eugene E. Ertz of Las (Sylvia) Stocker and Mrs.
SAM BENSON, 66, died Vegas, Nev., Michael Ertz, Joanne Goodman of Des
Oct. 18. Survived by his Richard A. Lowenthal and Plaines, Ill.; a brother, Hy-
wife, Arlene; two brothers, Robert Lowenthal; a daugh- man; two sisters, Mrs.
Harry Blofstein of ter, Mrs. Shirley Braver- Harry (Sarah) Friedman
Philadelphia, Pa., and Ben man of Chicago, Ill.; a and Mrs. Harry (Grace) Ga-
Blofstein of Normandy Isle, brother, Dr. Sol Silver of lens; nine grandchildren
and two great-grandchil-
Fla.; and a sister, Mrs. Betty Chicago; a sister, Mrs. Mar- dren.
Mann of Philadelphia. ion Sherry of Los Angeles,
* * *
Interment Philadelphia.
Calif.; 15 grandchildren and
MORRIS L. WAT-
** *
one great-grandchild.
NICK,71, died Oct. 17. He
* * *
RICHARD COLBY
(COHEN), 85, died Oct. 17.
ROBERT SOLOMON, leaves his son, Dr. Sheldon;
He leaves his wife, Rebecca; 87, died Oct. 14. Survived by a daughter, Mrs. Donald
a daughter, Mrs. David (Be- a sister-in-law, Mrs. Au- (Joan) Weintraub; two
tty) Freedman; three vette Banning of Mt. Mor- brothers, Nathan and Al-
ti
grandsons and three great- ris.
* * *
Sidney A. Deitch
grandchildren.
,
* * *
DETROIT
SARAH SOLWAY died
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MAN, 76, died Oct. 19. Sur- sons, .Dr. Frank, Dr. Paul • 'Gardner,
betty. Coolidge & Greenfield
vived by his wife, Elizabeth; and Jack; a daughter, Mrs.
. 399-2711 Eve. 626-0330
and nieces and nephews.
Ethel Sieman; a sister, Mrs.
* * *
Ann Poteck; 13 grandchil-
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* * *
Yahrzeits of the fol-
SHELDON
*
lowing departed
LEONARD FORMAN,
friends, with the
MONUMENT COMPANY
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traditional Memo-
19800 WOODWARD AVE.
a son, Saul; two sisters, Til-
rial Prayers, recita-
Betw. 7 and 8 Mile Roads
lie and Mrs. Rose Azuz, both
tion of Kaddish and
Phone 368-3550
of the Bronx, N.Y.; two
Studying of Mis-
Over 60 Years in Same Location!
grandchildren and two
hnavos.
great-grandchildren.
CHESHVAN OCT.
** *
JULIUS CHOLODENKO
7 24
SADIE FRANKFORT
7 24
JOSEPH GAUM, 77,
ESTHER LIPSON
7 24
LOUIS I. SHAER
7 24
died Oct. 14. He leaves two
HERSH
SHORR
7 24
daughters, Mrs. Louis
IDA STEIN
7 24
(Sandra) Levine and Mrs.
HARRY WEINGARDEN
7 24
ARON HYMAN •
8 25
Edward (Mitzi) Seid of Tar-
HANNAH
NEWMAN
8
25•
zana ; Calif.; and seven
JENNIE RODMAN
8 25
grandchildren.
MOSHE H. SACHS
8 25

* * *

ISADORE GORDON,
78, died Oct. 15. Survived by
a great-nephew, Richard
Leib; and a great-niece,
Betsi. Leib.
* * *
DOROTHY JOSEFF,
69, died Oct. 15. Survived by
her husband, Norman; a
son, Arnold F.; a daughter,
Mrs. Stuart (Beverly) Fine;
a sister, Mrs. Lawrence
(Pearl) Klein; and seven
grandchildren.

HARRY KARNOW, 86,
died Oct. 19. He leaves a

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Oct. 28, 1979

Gone but not forgot-
ten, three years now.
Remembered and loved
by Morris, Bobbi, Mar-
shall and family.

irhEIRA

Brit Mila

CHICAGO (JTA) — More
than 1,000 Russian Jewish
men and boys who have set-
tled in the Chicago area
have been circumcised
through the voluntary serv-
ices of several ritual cir-
cumcisers, according to
the Friends of Refugees of
Eastern Europe (FREE).

MORRIS SILVER
DAVID SILVERSTEIN
HERBERT L. TENNEN
LILLIE WORON
MINNIE BERMAN
BEN DOBIN
HILDA BERMAN
BESSIE PARTOVICH
ISADORE PAZNER
REUBEN SANDLER
MINNIE GREENSTEIN
MIRIAM FELDMAN
MARY KAHRNOFF
ISAAC KAPLAN
BESSIE STORCH KLEIN
ROSE LEAH LESSER
BERNARD E. POLLAK
IDA ELIAS
CHARLOTTE HOCHMAN
DAVID LAPIDES
CHARLES LAWRENCE
HARRY PFEIFFER
MENDEL RABINOVITCH
DONALD SCHIFF
GOLDIE BRESHGOLD
REB MAYER COHEN
PEARL KNOPPOW
ANNA FEGELMAN
BEN MATZ
MAX ROSENBAUM
HARRY SHAFER
DR. JULIAN STERN
MAX TAITELBAUM
JACK TORCH
JACK BLITZER
SAMUEL BURNS
FANNIE HUBERT
SAMUEL SCHWARTZ

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Yeshivath Beth
Yehudah

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Southfield
557-6750

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More Obits
° on Pages 69, 70
bert; and five granddaugh-
ters.
* * *
ESTHER P. WEIN-
TRAUB, 72, of Detroit, died
Oct. 11. Survived by her
husband, Morris; a son, Dr.
Jack of Kalamazoo; a
daughter, Rabbi Beverly
(Richard) Magidson of St.
Louis, Mo.; a brother, David
Pollick of Cleveland, Ohio;
three sisters, Mrs. Joseph
(Sylvia) Gonek of Roches-
ter, Mrs. Clarence
(Dorothy) Beckman and
Mrs. Sam (Sophie) Pitkin of
Willowdale, Ont.; and two
grandchildren.

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