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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-01-21

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

MONUMENT CENTER, INC.

OBITUARIES

MAX KAZDAN, 92, of
Rose Bach, both of Melrose
Park, Pa.; five grandchil- Farmington Hills, died Jan.
dren and two great-grand- 18. Survived by a son,
Samuel of Queens Village,
children.
** *
N.Y.; a daughter, Mrs. Ruth
I. Sitron; a sister, Mrs. Tillie
GERALDINE
DOMBCHIK, 42, of De- Resnick of Brooklyn, N.Y.;
xter, Mich., died Jan. 16. seven grandchildren and 10
She leaves three sons, great-grandchildren.
* * *
David, Jonathon and Kevin;
MAX PHILIP NISKAR,
two brothers and three sis-
77, of Southfield, died Jan.
ters.
* * *
17. Survived by his wife,
DORA DORFMAN, 87, Ethel; a son, Marvin I.; a
of West Bloomfield, died daughter, Mrs. Sharon L.
Jan. 13. Survived by two Faust; .two brothers,
daughters, Mrs. Sol J. Charles and William; and
* * *
(Ruth) Schwartz and Mrs. two granddaughters.
** *
Lillian
Shore of San An-
ALAN JACK BLOCK,
ESTHER OBERMAN,
50, of Birmingham, died tonio, Tex.; four grandchil-
Jan. 15. Survived by his dren and one great-grand- 67, former Detroiter of San
Francisco, Calif., died Jan.
wife, Elaine; a son, Barnett child.
** *
17. Survived by her hus-
(Benjie); two daughters,
HARRY D. FINK, 82, band, Maurice; a son, Ira of
Erika and Elizabeth; his
mother, Mrs. Isabelle Kap- died Jan. 19. He leaves a Southfield; two daughters,
lan of West Palm Beach, daughter, Mrs. Tobie Mrs. Arlene Lerner and
Fla.; and a sister, Dr. Ginsburg; two sons, Harvey Mrs. Rosalyne Kelly; and
Norma Gluckstern of S. and Arnold M.; and five two grandchildren. Inter-
ment San Francisco.
grandchildren.
Columbia, Md.
** *
** *
* * *
IRWIN
DR.
77,
of
MALLI BLUM,
LEO GITTLEMAN, 64,
Farmington Hills, died Jan. of Mt. Pleasant, died Jan. PAVORSKY, 50, of South-
16. Survived by her hus- 17. Survived by two field, died Jan. 15. Survived
band, Max; a daughter, Mrs. brothers, Mort Henry and by his wife, Marjorie; a son,
Michael; a daughter, Linda;
David (Rene) Lieberman; a Thomas Henry.
his mother, Lillian
* * *
brother, Moritz Katz; and
three granddaughters.
LAURA (GREENS- Pavorsky of Philadelphia,
** *
TEIN) GREENWALD, 91, Pa.; and a brother, Sher-
Pa.
CELIA BORNSTEIN, of Livonia, died Jan. 15. wood of Radnor,
** *
92, died Jan. 18. She leaves Survived by a son, Frank G.
MARGARET RABINO-
two sons, Norman and Greenstein; two daughters,
Floyd; eight grandchildren Mrs. Philip (Maryanna) WITZ, 74, of Huntington
and three great-grand- Rembesa of Westland and Woods, died Jan. 15. Sur
children.
Mrs. Jess (Lillian) Stern; 13 vived by her husband,
* * *
grandchildren and 28 Joseph; two daughteis, Mrs.
Aaron (Eleanor) Geschwind
MITCHELL BRA- great-grandchildren.
of West Hollywood, Calif.,
** *
WERMAN, 92, died Jan.
16. He leaves his wife, Fan-
HERMAN HORWITZ, and Ms. Sharon Raskin; a
nie; a son, Richard of Los 88, died Jan. 15. He leaves brother, Joe Feig of San
Angeles, Calif.; a daughter, two sons, Henry Lee and Francisco, Calif.; and five
Mrs. Janet Lee; two sisters, Marvin; and three grand- grandchildren.
* * *
Mrs. Elsie Subin and Mrs. children.
** *
Elizabeth Cohen, Dr.
ABE KAHAN, 68, Karlene Salon
Leonard J. Crayle and
Karlene I. Salon, a
former Detroiter of Los
Mrs. Madeline Davis,
Angeles, Calif., died Nov. member of Jewish Women's
the family of the late
30. Survived by his wife, organizations, died Jan. 18
ABRAM
Alice; a daughter, Miriam of at age 79.
Los Angeles; and a brother,
COHEN
Born in Jamaica, West
Ralph of Los Angeles. Indies, Mrs. Salon lived 54
Acknowledge with
Interment Los Angeles.
grateful appreciation
years in Detroit. She was a
* * *
the many kind ex-
member Temple Beth El
pressions of sympathy
and a former treasurer of its
Dr.
Jacobson
extended by relatives
sisterhood. She was a
and friends during the
NEW YORK — Dr. Ed- former treasurer of the Na-
family's recent be-
mund Jacobson, a specialist tional Council of Jewish
reavement.
in relaxation techniques, Women, former officer of
ANINIMINIMIIMI ■ 1111111111 ■
died Jan. 7 at age 94.
the Brandeis University
He wrote 13 books and National Women's Commit-
more than 100 articles on tee and a member of Sinai
The Family
of the Late
relaxation, and his tech- Hospital Guild, Women's
niques formed the basis for American ORT and Hadas-
ROSE
natural-childbirth
sah.
GORNBEIN
methods.
Mrs. Salon was a patron
Acknowledges with
of Mu Phi Epsilon interna-
grateful appreciation
In loving memory of
tional music fraternity. She
the many kind ex-
beloved and devoted
pressions of sympathy
won a piano scholarship in
husband, father and
extended by relatives
1921 from the Royal
grandfather
and friends during the
Academy in England, which
family's recent be-
awarded her bronze and
DR. HENRY
reavement.
silver medals.
GREEN
N
She leaves her husband,
Feb. 1, 1982
Ben;
two daughters, Mrs.
Sadly missed by wife,
The Family
Edward (Renee) Stone and
Edna; - son, Howard;
of the Late
Mrs. Bernard (Collette)
daughter-in-law, Bettie;
and grandsons, Harley
Rosner; and seven grand-
SAM
and Hanley Green.
children. Services 11 a.m.
WAGNER
today
at Temple Beth El.
Acknowledges with

LENA BERLIN, 83, died
Jan. 14. She leaves two
sons, Harry of Springhill,
Fla., and Leo; a daughter,
Estelle; a sister, Mrs. Harry
(Becky) Stein; five grand-
children and one great-
grandson.
* * *
ADELE BIEGEL, 71,
died Jan. 15. She leaves two
brothers, Harry of Margate,
Fla., and William of Planta-
tion, Fla.; two sisters, Fan-
nie and Mrs. Max (Ethel)
Ostrow; four nieces and one
nephew.

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

JACK B. SANDLER,
80, of Oak Park, died Jan.
14. Survived by a son, Alan
B.; a brother, Ben of Miami,
Fla.; and a sister, Mrs. Tillie
Kramer of New York.

* * *

HERMAN SEAL, 78, of
Southfield, died Jan. 17.
Survived by his wife, Etta, a
daughter, Mrs. Leo (Mary
Lou) Weiss; and a brother,
Harris Becker.
* * *
RAE SOLOMON, 74, of
Livonia, died Jan. 14. Sur-
vived by two daughters,
Mrs. Ernest, (Ruth) Denen-
feld and Mrs. Joe (Phyllis)
Frank of Omaha, Neb.; two
brothers, Saul L. Brenner
and Seymour Brenner of
Beverly Hills, Calif.; two

t

VYE REMEMBER
IPTs i During the coming

ki

i*

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 Mts-
hnaycs.

SHEVAT JAN.
9 23
CELIA FINE
9 23
JACOB GOTTLIEB
9 23
PEARL HELPER
9 23
HAROLD W. ISSER
9 23
JOSEPH JONES
9 23
FREDA KRAKOW
9 23
REUBEN LEVIN
9 23
MORRIS ROSENBERG
9 23
FANNIE SHAPIRO
9 23
MIKE SIEGEL
9 23
EDWARD L. SMALL
9 23
YAAKOV ZVI STERN
9 23
MARY M. STILLWATER
10 24
REBECCA BERMAN
10 24
JOSEPH H. HELLER
10 24
LOUIS LEVIN
10 24
ELEANOR RALPH
10 24
LOUIS SHERMAN
10 24
ZELIG TEREBELO
10 24
CHARLES TURKEL
10 24
DR. MORRIS YAMSHON
10 24
REBECCA ZUSSMAN
11 25
BELLE NELSON
11 25
AARON YAGODA
11 25
JACOB ZUCKER
11 25
IDA BRANDT
12 26
MOSHE ASHER BRODY
12 26
RIFKA COHEN
JACOB YITZCHOK
12 26
GOLDMAN
12 26
ESTHER HECHTMAN
12 26
ESTHER GOLDE KARBAL
12 26
JACOB LEVY
12 26
HARRY LUPILOFF
12 26
MIRIAM SIDDER
12 26
BERTHA TEREBELO
12 26
FANNIE TURKEL
12 26
JEAN WARREN
13 27
BEN R. GERSON
13 27
JACOB GOLDSTEIN
13 27
LEAH LACHAR
13 27
OSCAR LEFKOFSKY
13 27
MORRIS MODLINSKY
13 27
PEARL OFFERMAN
13 27
BEN SHORE
13 27
LENA SIEGEL
ESTHER WALDMAN
14 28
ELLIS
14 28
FANNIE FABER
14 28
MORRIS GOODMAN
14 28
BESSIE HOLTZMAN
14 28
SHLOMO KARBAL
14 28
LOUIS KARTUN
14 28
MEYER MINKIN
14 28
HARRY SCHNEIDER
FAMILY OF CHAIM E.
15 29
DENEMARK
15 29
SAMUEL FAIGIN
HARRY N. ESKIN
15 29
YETTA GRUNT
15 29
NOAH E. KEYS
15 29
PHILLIP R. KRAVETZ
15 29
ELIJAH OPPEN
15 29
M_OLLY PLOTKIN
15 29

Yeshivath Beth
Yehudah

15751 W. Lincoln Dr.
557-6750
South field

sisters, Mrs. Louis (Clara)
Newman of Southfield and
Mrs. Fannie Simon of San
Francisco, Calif.; eight
grandchildren and nine
greatgrandchildren.
** *
MOLLY RAPPOPORT
SUROWITZ, 92, died Jan.
16. She leaves a daughter-
in-law, Pauline Rappoport;
two grandchildren and five
great-grandchildren.
** *
GERALD K. TEPER,
43, of Southfield, died Jan.
13. Survived by his wife,
Brenda; two sons, David E.
and Steven P.

* * *

JOSEPH DAVID - ‘1N-
GER, 62, died Jan. 13. He
leaves his wife, Shirlee; two
sons, Howard of Cudamay,
Wis., and Rick;- a daughter,
Mrs. Milton (Myrna)
Fisher; three brothers and
three sisters.

* * *

JACK
JEROME
WOLFSON, 42, of Oak
Park, died Jan. 18. Survived
by his mother, Esther
Wolfson; two brothers,
Seymour J. and Barry of
Chicago, Ill; and a sister,
Ilana.
** *
GASTON ZARETINE,
72, of Oak Park, died Jan.
17. Survived by his wife,
Lenore; a son, David; a
daughter, Mrs. Leonard
(Arlene) Yovis; two sisters,
Mrs. Shirley Rubinoff and
Mrs. Mary Liss; and three
grandchildren.

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