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December 03, 1982 - Image 87

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-12-03

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

OBITUARIES

SAMUEL ABELLA, 82, tonio; and two grandchil-
of Jerusalem, Israel, died dren.
** *
Nov. 26. He leaves two sons,
Jack of Southfield and Isaac
MATILDA BUSH, 82, of
of Chicago, Ill.; a daughter, Southfield, died Nov. 26.
Mrs. David (Bracha) Glass Survived by two daughters,
of Jerusalem; two brothers Mrs. David (Phyllis) Young
and two sisters in Toronto, and Mrs. Morris (Esther)
Ont.; and six grandchildren. Mayer; and five grandchil-
Interment Israel.
dren.
* * *
* * *
HARRY
F. COHEN, 75,
ANNA R. ARATEN
(LIEBOWITZ), 84, former died Nov. 23. He leaves his
Detroiter of Israel, died wife, Ruth; four sons,
Nov. 25. She leaves two Michael of Park Forest, Ill.,
sons, Israel Liebowitz of David, Sheldon of
Southfield and Joseph Pittsburgh, Pa., and Bruce
Liebowitz of Oak Park; two of Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.; a
daughters, Mrs. Harold brother, Albert Cole; and
(Molly) Shapiro and Mrs. three grandchildren,
* * *
Leonard (Ida Zelda) Gould
(JIMMY)
JAMES
( of Southfield; 15 grandchil-
dren and six great-grand- COHEN, 76, former De-
troiter of Ft. Worth, Tex.,
children. Interment Israel.
* * *
died nov. 22. Survived by a
MORRIE BRODSKY, son, Dr. Harold of Ft.
67, of Southfield, died Nov. Worth; two daughters, Mrs.
26. Survived by his wife, R. D. Moses and Mrs. Rhoda
Bessie; a son, David I. of Schultz, both of Ft. Worth; a
Romulus; a daughter, Mrs. brother, Dr. Herbert H. of
Peter (Joanne) Leenhouts of Detroit; 13 grandchildren
the Netherlands; his and five great-grandchil-
mother, Yetta Brodsky of dren. Interment Ft. Worth.
* * *
San Antonio, Tex.; two sis-
ROSE DISKIN, 71, of
ters, Mrs. Zelda Kay and
Mrs. Mitchell (Lillian) Southfield, died Nov. 26.
Survived by her husband,
1 - Schwartzman of San An-
Joseph; a son, Jay H.; a
N
daughter, Mrs. Sanford

In Loving
Memory Of

SOL
GOLDBERG

H

Who passed away
Dec. 5, 1979. Gone but
not forgotten. Sadly
missed by wife,
Dorothy; and children,
Ronald and Linda.

In Loving
Memory

MAE
KROWITZ

Dec. 2, 1981
Honey we all miss you
and loved you. Your
memory will never be
forgotten.
Ellen, Karen,
Marc, Scott,
Adam, Lisa
Love always,
Harry

The Family
of the Late

BEATRICE
KAUFMAN

Announces the un-
veiling of a monument
in her memory 12:30
p.m. Sunday, Dec. 12, at
Beth Abraham Cemet-
ery. Rabbi Schnipper
will officiate. Relatives
and friends are asked to
attend.

The Family
of the Late

ALBERT K.
LUBIN

- Announces the un-
veiling of a monument
in his memory 1:30 p.m.
Sunday, Dec. 5, at He-
brew Memorial Park.
Rabbi Gorrelick will of-
ficiate. Relatives and
friends are asked to
attend.

Belle Osterman

Belle F. Osterman, a
member of Jewish com-
munal and women's organ-
izations, died nov. 26 at age
86.
Born in Newark, N.J.,
Mrs. Osterman was a
member of Temple Israel
and its sisterhood, National
Council of Jewish Women
and a life member of Hadas-
sah. She was a founding
member of Sinai Hospital
Guild, and a member of
Women's American ORT
and Lawrence Jones Auxil-
iary of Jewish War Vete-
rans.
She was a yeomanette in
the U.S. Navy in World War

I.

Mrs. Osterman was
graduated from New York
University.
She leaves a son, Herbert
of Tarrytown, N.Y.; a
daughter, Mrs. Earl (Bar-
bara) Kuhlik; a brother,
Harry S. Brody of Ft.
Lauderdale, Fla.; a sister,
Mrs. William (Gertrude)
Karmiol of Surfside, Fla.;
and four grandchildren.

(Lila) Eisenberg; a brother,
Louis Markowitz; a sister,
Mrs. Ray (Lila H.) Robbins
of El Toro, Calif.; and five
grandchildren.

* * *

MERLE R. GAR-
FIELD, 72, died Nov. 30.
She leaves her husband,
Benjamin; a son, Gerald of
West Hartford, Conn.; a
daughter, Mrs, Richard
(Jane) Netsky of Cam;-
bridge, Mass.; and three
grandchildren.
** *
MURIEL GENNIS, 59,
died Nov. 29. She leaves her
husband, King; her mother,
Mrs. Don (Edith) Lovasco; a
brother, Eugene Lovasco;
and a sister, Mrs. Gloria
Simon.
** *
MAX MICHAEL GIT-
TLEMAN, 75, of Oak Park,
died Nov. 29. Survived by
his wife, Fay; a son, Steven;
a daughter, Sharon.
** *
SAMUEL GOLD, 84, of
Oak Park, died Nov. 28.
Survived by three sons, Ar-
thur L., Jack and Simon D.;
two sisters, Mrs. Ben (Min-
nie) Stashefsky and Mrs.
Mary Sklare; nine grand-
children and five great-
grandchildren.
* * *
RUTH MARGOLIN, 82,
of West Palm Beach, Fla.,
died Nov. 25. Survived by a
son, David of Huntington
Woods; two daughters, Mrs.
Carol Liss of New York and
Mrs. Sandra Watts of West
Palm Beach; eight grand-
children and three great-
grandchildren. Interment
West Palm Beach.

* * *

RALPH PILNICK, 87,
of Farmington Hills, died
Nov. 25. Survived by a son,
Irving; a brother, Samuel
Meyers of Montreal, Que.,
Canada; a sister, Mrs. Belle
Salle of Brooklyn, N.Y.; and
three grandchildren.

* * *

FLORENCE POL-
LACK, 68, of Troy, died
Nov. 24. Survived by two
daughters, Mrs. Samuel
(Myrna) Myers and Mrs.
Robert (Jacqueline)
Campbell; and three grand-
children.
* * *
HERBERT RUTTEN-
BERG,64, of West Lake

The Family of the Late

JACOB DUCHAN

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

SHELDON
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Village, Calif., died Nov. 9.
Survived by his wife, Phyl-
lis; a son, Gary of Los
Angeles, Calif.; a daughter,
Mrs. Ann Alden of West
Lake Village; and a sister,
Mrs. Edward (Lillian)
Willner of Highland, Calif.,
and Redford, Mich. Inter-
ment Los Angeles.
* * *
STEVEN A. SHACK-
ET, 34, former Detroiter of
California, died Nov. 23. He
leaves a brother, Gary of
California; and a sister,
Elaine Levitt, also of
California. Interment De-
troit.

MORTON L. SHAP-
IRO, 65, died Nov. 28. He
leaves a son, Dr. Stanley of
Mt. Clemens; a daughter,
Mrs. Henry (Caron) Gordon
of St. Petersburg, Fla.; his
mother, Mrs. Lou (Sylvia)
Shapiro; a brother, Wayne;
a sister, Mrs. Al (Ronnie)
Sandelman; and three
grandchildren.

SHIRLEY (SADIE)
SHAPIRO, 69, former De-
troiter of Las Vegas, Nev.,
died Nov. 26. Survived by
her husband, Edward; a son,
Jack of Georgia; two sisters,
Mrs. Albert (Sylvia) Cohen
of Oak Park and Mrs. Philip
(Dorothy) Moscowitz of
Birmingham; and two
grandchildren. Interment
Las Vegas.

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

KISLEV DEC.
RACHEL BACOW
19 5
ZELDA BARON
19 5
JOSEPH ERNST
19 5
SHANA DINA FLORENCE
19 5
ELCHONON GREENBERG
19 5
GERALDINE GREENWALD 19 5
ABRAHAM ROTHBERG
19 5
LOUISE SILVERSTEIN
19 5
NATHAN YANCHAIR
19 5
SARAH ALLEN
20 6
FANNY AUGUST
20 6
ABRAHAM BELFER
20 6
ISADORE BLITZER
20 6
GUSSIE CARDASH
20 6
JOSEPH EPSTEIN
20 6
YACHET KLEIN
20 6
GEORGE L. MILMET
20 6
ESTHER ROTHBERG
20 6
MARY SIMON
20 6
BEN BRAGMAN
20 6
JACK FUNK
20 6
MAX GELLER
21 7
SARAH E. GOTTLIEB
21 7
MARY KAPLAN
21 7
MARY KLAVONS
21 7
JACOB SHIFFMAN
21 7
NELSON GORDON HALL
21 7
HARVEY SIMON
21 7
ANNA BORIN
22 8
HARRY S. CLAYMAN
22 8
ANNA DUCHAN
22 8
JULIUS GOLD
22 8
FANNIE GOLDBERG
22 8
IDA KESSELMAN
22 8
ESTHER KIRSCH
22 8
MIRIAM PAPELANSKY
22 8
MARY PELTZ
22 8
GLORIA ROGGIN
22 8
ELIZABETH FENYVESI
23 9
MARCUS GINSBERG
23 9
PAULINE GOLDEN
23 9
GERTRUDE GRUNT
23 9
ISAAC KELMANOVITZ
23 9
ROSE LEVI
23 9
BENJAMIN MASON
23 9
MAX RODIN
23 9
SAMUEL SCHEINFIELD
23 9
SAMUEL SILVERSTEIN
23' 9
HERMAN SEPPEN
23 9
24 m
RAIZEL COHEN
24 . _10
TILLIE COHEN
24 10
MARRIS FEINER
ESTHER LACHOVER
24 10
FLEISCHMAN
24 10
MANIA KATZMAN
24 10
LEWIS L. KLEIN
24 10
LOUIS STOLLMAN
24 10
GOLDA WEISSWASSER
25 11
BEATRICE BOROCOFF
25 11
BELLE HARRIS
25 11
AARON JACOBSON
25 11
ROBERT R. MARWIL
LT. ARTHUR J. OSBORNE 25 11
25 11
REBECCA PONT
25 11
SAMUEL SCHEY
25 11
ESTHER SCHLUSSEL
25 11
CHARLES SPERLING
25 11
CARL STRAUSS
25 11
MEYER WATNICK

Yeshivath Beth
Yehudah

15751 W. Lincoln Dr.

557-6750

IDA SIMON, former De-
troiter of Sunrise, Fla., died
Nov. 29. Survived by two
daughters, Mrs. William
(Isabel) Klosty of Flushing,
N.Y., and Mrs. Jean
Fleischer of Sunrise; two
grandchildren and two
great-grandchildren.
* * *
ALECK JOSEPH
YANOVER, 76, of Holland,
Mich., died Nov. 30. Sur-
vived by a son, Irwin of De-
troit; three daughters, Mrs.
Robert (Barbara) Hartman
of Las Vegas, Nev., Mrs.
Harry (Rosalyn) Grocoff of
Livonia and Mrs. Harriet
Grossman of Chicago, Ill.;
six grandchildren; and a
great-grandson.

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* * *

WE REMEMBER

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