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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-12-17

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Alan Grossman

Alan J. Grossman, a real
estate broker, died Dec. 15
at age 68.
Born in Muskegon, Mr.
Grossman was affiliated
with the offices of Max
Broock Inc., realtors, in
Birmingham for seven
years. Previously, he was
the owner of the Alan J.
Grossman Co., residential
real estate firm in Detroit.
He owned his firm for 35
years.
He also was an attorney,
having graduated from the
University of Chicago Law
School. He was a member of
the Michigan and Illinois
Bar Associations, Michigan
Board of Realtors, Franklin
Hills Country Club, Temple
Beth El and Bnai Brith.
He leaves his wife,
Eleanor; three sons,
Thomas J. of Phoenix, Ariz.,
James F. and A. Joseph; a
daughter, Mrs. Steven
(Mary) Serlin of Phoenix;
two step-sons, Dr. John J.
Hartman and James R.
Hartman; a brother, Lewis;
and 12 grandchildren.

OBITUARIES

BETTY JANE BANES,
former Detroiter of Roswell,
N.M., died Dec. 4. She
leaves two daughters, Mrs.
Robert (Ann) Kulow and
Mrs. Harold (Susan) Loss of
West Bloomfield; her
mother, Billie Roberts; a
sister, Mrs. Delmar
(Dorothy) Chambers; and
five granddaughters.
Interment Roswell.
* * *
MYER BELINSKY,85,
of Southfield, died Dec. 12.
Survived by two sons, Irwin
of Warren and Lawrence; a
daughter, Mrs. Sam (Be-
rtha) Chayet; a brother, Ab-
raham; and a sister, Mrs.
Cecil (Molly) Rosen; seven
grandchildren and four
great-grandchildren.
* * *
GESHA BLEIER, 77, of
Oak Park, died Dec. 12.
Survived by grandchildren,
Dr. Jeffrey W., Barbara and
Mrs. Jeffrey (Robin) Van
Every of Rochester, Mich.; a
sister, Mrs. Leah Silverman
of Windsor, Ont.; and nieces
and nephews.
* * *
YETTA BRAVER-
MAN, 92, died Dec. 10. She
leaves a son, Samuel W.; a
daughter, Mrs. Isadore (Re-
velyn) Chernoff of Trenton,
Mich.; and five grandchil-
dren.
** *
MARY (MARION)
DRESNER, 81, died Dec. 9.
She leaves her husband,
Lester; a son, Lawrence of
Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.; a
daughter, Mrs. Irwin (Hilda
Jean) Weiser; a brother,
Samuel Kohn; a sister,
Elizabeth Archer; five
grandchildren and four
great-grandchildren.

former Detroiter of Los
Angeles, Calif., died Nov.
30. Survived by her hus-
band, Jack Niaman; a son,
Irwin Fenster of West
Bloomfield; two sisters,
Jane Oppenheim of Califor-
nia and Merva Wolfberg of
Wichita, Kan.; and two
grandchildren. Interment
California.
* *

ALBERT FRIEDMAN,
77, of Oak Park, died Dec.
11. Survived by his wife,
Esther; a daughter, Susan
of Dallas, Tex.; three grand-
children and two great-
grandchildren.
* * *
FRANCES GLAD-
STONE, 55, died Dec. 14..
She leaves her husband,
Bertram; a son, David; two
daughters, Terry and Mrs.
Mark (Jacqueline) Ridley;
four brothers, Jack Shubow
of California, David
Shubow of Florida, Calvin
Shubow and Samuel
Melba Prentis
Shubow; three sisters, Mrs.
Melba R. Prentis, a
Gene (Isabelle) Gillis of
member of Jewish com-
California, Mrs. Morris (He-
munal organizations, died
len) Jacobs and Mrs. Morris
Dec. 14 at age 87.
(Mae) Jacob; and two
Born in St. Louis, Mo.,
grandchildren.
** *
Mrs. Prentis was a member
of Brandeis University Na-
RENA T. KANTER, 87,
tional Women's Committee,
died Dec. 12. She leaves a
a life member of Hadassah,
son, Austin; a daughter,
a member of National
Mrs. Joseph (Margery)
Council of Jewish Women,
Adinoff of Los Angeles,
Women's American ORT,
Calif.; five grandchildren
Temple Beth El Sisterhood
and two great-grandchil-
and National Jewish
dren. Interment Saginaw.
Hospital/National Asthma
* * *
Center.
(BLU
FRANCES
She leaves a son, Richard
MENO) MORETSKY, 75,
S.; and one grandson.
died Dec. 14. She
leaves her husband, Louis; a
M.A. Schlafer
sister, Mrs. Melba Stoller of
Maurice A. Schlafer, a re-
Cleveland, Ohio; and nieces
tired co-owner of the
and nephews.
*
*
*
Schlafer Iron and Steel Co.,
* * *
died Dec. 12 at age 84.
RUTH FELDMAN, 76,
JOSEPH PERVIN, 84,
Born in Russia, Mr. former Detroiter of Chicago, died Dec. 13. He leaves his
Schlafer was a Member of Ill., died Dec. 8. Survived by wife, Bertha; a daughter,
Temple Beth El.
three brothers, Max of Mrs. Wilbur (Bernice)
He leaves his brother, Southfield, Dr. George J. of Shapiro; three grandchil-
Nathan; four sisters, Mrs. Monroe and Seymour of dren and one great-grand-
Margaret Winkler, Mrs. West Bloomfield. Interment daughter. Interment To-
William (Rose) Wachs of Detroit.
ledo.
Cleveland, Ohio, Mrs. Sara
* * *
** *
Landsman and Mrs. Harry
LENORA (NONIE)
NATHAN
I. PLON-
(Celia) Colman; nieces and FENSTER-NIAMAN, 76,
SKIER,
73,
of
Southfield,
nephews.
died Dec. 9. Survived by his
wife, Helga; a son, Marc of
E.M. Friedman
The Family
Emanuel M. Friedman, a Brookline, Mass.; a daugh-
of the Late
designer
with the advance ter, Mrs. Bernard (Rosalie)
CLARA
design division of Chrysler Cohen; a sister, Mrs. Max
ALTER
Corp., died Dec. 12„ at age (Edith) Konsker of Brook-
lyn, N.Y.; and two grand-
Announces the un-
54.
veiling of a monument
children.
Born
in
McKeesport,
Pa.,
in her memory 11 a.m.
Mr. Friedman was a past
Sunday, Dec. 26, at
The Family
commander of the Charles
Clover Hill Park
of the Late
Shapiro Post of Jewish War
Cemetery. Rabbi Syme
Veterans, a member of
will officiate. Relatives
SHIRLEY
and friends are asked to
United Auto Workers, a
attend.
DIEM
member of Temple Beth El
and its choir and the
Acknowledges with
Shalom Campers.
grateful appreciation
He leaves his wife, E.
the many kind ex-
The Family
Janice; three daughters,
pressions of sympathy
of the Late
Robin, Laurie and Stacy; his
extended by relatives
HATTIE L.
and friends during the
father, Harry; his mother,
family's recent be-
HAMBURGER
Mrs. Ida Stern of Miami,
reavement.
Fla.; and a brother, Herbert.
Announces the un-

veiling of a monument
in her memory 1:30 p.m.
Sunday, Dec. 19, at
Machpelah Cemetery.
Rabbi Gorrelick will of-
ficiate. Relatives and
friends are asked to
attend.

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FLORENCE PRO-
HOW, 63, former Detroiter
of Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., died
Nov. 13. Survived by her
husband, Max; three sons,
Michael and Ted, both of
Southfield, and Gerald of
Florida; and five grandchil-
dren. Interment Florida.
* * *
LILLY REIDER, 85, of
Detroit, died Dec. 11. Sur-
vived by two sons, Solomon
of North Hollywood, Calif.,
and Samuel; a daughter,
Mrs. Morris (Mollie) Cutler;
eight grandchildren and

WE.REMEMBER

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

TEVES DEC.
19
CELIA CHESLUK
19
MATHILDA DIEM
19
ADOLPH ESCOFF
19
IDA GOLDSTEIN
DORA KURNETZ
19
19
ROSE MARKS
19
LOUIS MENDELSOHN
19
ROSE MERTZ
19
LEATRICE PATRON
19
SAM S. REINSTEIN
19
ELIEZER ROSEN
19
JOSEPH RUBIN
19
JOSEPH SCHERR
19
JOSEPH H. SHANBOM
19
DAVID STURMAN
19
HELA L. TAITZ
SAMUEL BIENENFELD
20
20
JENNIE CAPLAN
20
MARIA FOLTYN
20
MARY GLOSSMAN
20
JACK ISBEE
20
MORRIS KOSS
20
HERMAN ROSENBERG
20
JACOB SHEVITZ
20
HARRY SURATH
20
PAULINE SUROWITZ
20
HARRY TRAUB
21
SARAH BUCHMAN
21
MAYNARD LAZARUS
21
JACOB LEVIN
21
SAM NASBERG
21
FANNIE POSTER
21
MAURICE SAFRAN
21
BESSIE SHORR
21
TONY THORN
21
ROSE WOLFGANG
22
REBECCA CARPOL
22
JACOB COHN
22
BERNICE D. MAZER
22
SAMUEL ROBINSON
22
NORMAN STERN
23
LIBBA E. AGRANOVICH
23
BENJAMIN H. ETTINGER
23
BEN FELDMAN
23
SARAH MILMET
23
LEA RUBEL
23
ALLEN SHERWIN
23
RACHEL WEINER
23
ETHEL LEAH WIENER
23
LEE GLADSTONE
DOROTHY JACOBSON
23
GOODMAN
23
FANNIE GUTMAN
23
HARRY LIFSHITZ
24
BERNARD BLOCH
24
FAYGA GITTEL CHESLUK
24
HARRY KEYS
24
ISRAEL LUBOW
24
EDITH LEWIS MARX
24
DOROTHY MISRACH
24
CELIA RABINOWITZ
24
HENRY ROTH
24
REVA SCHOICHIT
24
SAM SIEGEL
24
ALEXANDER WEISS
24
EDIS BORDOLEY
25
DAVID FLEISCHER
25
MORRIS HOFFMAN
25
AARON NATINSKY
25
BENJAMIN SCHLUSSEL
BEI I Y CHARLIP
25
SCHWARTZ

three great-grandchildren.
** *
MORRIS SCHNEI-
DER,
77, died
Dec. 14. He leaves his wife,
Anne; a son, Harold of San
Gabriel, Calif.; a brother,
Ben; two sisters, Mrs. Al
(Ruth) Dorfman and Mrs.
Jack (Rachel) Feldman of
Florida; and one grandson.

* * *

SHELLY STECKER,
68, former Detroiter of
Encino, Calif., died Dec. 11.
Survived by two sons, Dr.
Stephen of San Diego,
Calif., and Dr. Michael of
Los Angeles, Calif.; and one
grandchild. Interment Los
Angeles. * * *
JACK STEVENS, 81, of
Southfield, died Dec. 11.
Survived by his wife, Belle;
two sons, Lawrence Z. and
Jerome of Fullerton, Calif.;
a brother, Philip; and a sis-
ter, Mrs. Bett Mes-

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both of Manhattan Beach;
and a sister, Doris Gould of
Southfield. Interment
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* * *
VIVIAN WEILER, 86,
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Beverly Hills, Fla.; four
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