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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-03-04

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Jewish Causes, Mentally Ill
Benefitted by Mrs. Berezin

Esther Berezin, who in
Ohio was active on behalf of
mentally impaired patients
and in Detroit in Jewish
women's organizations,
died Feb. 25 at age 69.
Born in Vilna, Poland,
Mrs. Berezin came to the
U.S. at age 8. She married
her husband, Max, 44 years
ago and she and her hus-
band settled in Tiffin, Ohio,
where she managed the
couple's women's retail clo-
thing store.
In Ohio, Mrs. Berezin was
a founder of the Sandusky
Valley Mental Health
Clinic and organized a visi-
tation program for Jewish
patients at the Tiffin State
Hospital. She was president
of the Xenia County Mental
Health Association in Ohio
and a member of its Mental
Health and Retardation
Board.
Mrs. Berezin also was a
charter member of the
Child Conservation
League, president of the
Tiffin Child Conserva-
tion Association and
served on the United
Foundation and the lay
advisory board of Tiffin
Mercy Hospital.
She held the presidencies
of the Beth Israel Temple
Sisterhood in Fremont,
Ohio, and of the Bnai Brith

The Family
of the Late

ELLA
GREENSPON

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

Intercity Chapter.
Following her retirement
eight years ago, Mrs. Bere-
zin and her husband settled
in Southfield. She was a
member of Women's Ameri-
can ORT, Batya Chapter of
American Mizrachi Women
and American Women for
Bar-Ilan University.
Besides her husband,
Mrs. Berezin is survived by
a son, Alec of University
Heights, Ohio; two daugh-
ters, Mrs. Arnold (Joanne)
Zuroff and Judith White-
man of Deerfield, Ill.; a sis-
ter, Mrs. Milton (Eva) Aloff
of Glenview, Ill.; and nine
grandchildren.

Jack Hochman

Jack Hochman, a former
Detroiter who was active
here and in Florida in
Masonic activities, died
Feb. 26 at age 71.
A resident of Delray Be-
ach, Fla., Mr. Hochman was
a member of Perfection
Lodge of the Masons and
Crescent Shrine Club in De-
troit. He also was a 32nd de-
gree Mason.
In Florida, he was a
member of Utopia Lodge of
the Masons, Master Masons
of Kings Point, Atlantic
Democratic Club, Michigan
Club of Kings Point and
Temple Emeth.
He regularly visited
patients in the VA Hospi-
tal in Miami. Mr.
Hoch-man was the vice
president of the Valencia
Condo Association.
He is survived by his wife,
Ida; a son, Lyle Hochman of
Southfield; two step-sons,
Frederic Fryman of Warren
and Seymour Fryman of
Florida; a step-daughter,
Mrs. Susan Ruda of At-
lanta, Ga.; and eight grand-
children. Interment Boyn-
ton Beach, Fla.

.

DETROIT CHAPTER
AMERICAN TECHNION SOCIETY

Expresses its sorrow to the Rich
Family and deeply mourns the pass-
ing of

SAM RICH

the distinguished leader and our
admired associate. Sam Rich was
an inspiration to all of us in the
Technion Family in the United
States and Israel.

THE

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Friday, March 4, 1983 71

OBITUARIES

ESTHER BAKER, 78, of
Oak Park, died Feb. 27.
Survived by two sons, Mor-
ris and Israel I.; a daughter,
Mrs. Benjamin (Ethel)
Siegal; a brother, Avrohom
Prischulknick of Israel; and
eight grandchildren.
** *
HARRIET BAKER, 57,
died Feb. 24. She leaves her
husband, Morton L.; two
daughters, Nancy and Pat-
ricia; her father, Irving
Stern; and a brother, Leon
Stern of Dallas, Tex.

(Ann) Gumer and Mrs. Ruth
Sands; nieces and nephews.
* * *
RUTH (RUBNER)
LITWIN, 75, former De-
troiter of Sherman Oaks,
Calif., died Feb. 25. Sur-
vived by her husband,
Daniel; a son, Alvin of
Sherman Oaks; two sisters,
Helen Newman of Royal
Oak and Jessie Herships of
Sherman Oaks; and two

WE REMEMBER

* * *

ANNETTE BORO-
VITZ, 71, of Oak Pakr,
died Feb. 28. Siirvived
by her husband, Harry; and
three daughters, Mrs. Jerry
(Sheila) Hooker of Walled
Lake, Mrs. Leon (Gezelle)
Hyman and Beverly; and
three grandchildren.
** *
JACK FISHER, 85, of
Detroit, died Feb. 8. Sur-
vived by a sister, Mrs. Clare
Newman of New York; and
nieces and nephews.

* * *

SARAH GOTLEB, 69, of
Detroit, died Feb. 25. Sur-
vived by a son, Fred; a
daughter, Samantha Hen-
derson; a brother, Harry
Cascade of Palo Alto, Calif.;
two sisters, Mrs. Aharon

Anne Wexler

Anne Wexler, a member
of Jewish communal organ-
izations, died Feb. 26 at age
81.
Born in Toledo, Ohio,
Mrs. Wexler was a member
of CARIH, Temple Beth El
and Temple Israel Sister-
hoods and was a charter
member of Temple Israel.
She leaves her husband,
Sam; two daughters, Mrs.
Gordon (Lorraine) Gard and
Mrs. Annette Lubin; a sis-
ter, Mrs. Sarah Friedberg of
Hollywood, Fla.; seven
grandchildren and three
great-grandchildren.

Harold Rhein

Harold Albert Rhein, a
former Detroit pharmacist,
died Feb. 22 at age 75.
A resident of Las Vegas,
Nev., Mr. Rhein was a
member of Perfection Lodge
of the Masons, Scottish Rite
and Moslem Temple Shrine
while in Detroit.
He is survived by his wife,
Rae; a daughter, Elizabeth
of Chicago, Ill.; and two sis-
ters, Ruth Jordan and
Sophie, both of Detroit.
Interment Las Vegas.

Travel Director

NEW YORK — Amnon
Gil-Ad, formerly the Minis-
try of Tourism's public rela'
tions director in Jerusalem,
has been appointed director
of the Eastern U.S. Region
of the Israel Government
Tourist Office, located in
New York City.

During the coming
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 Mis-
hnaycs.
ADAR MAR.

FAIVEL APPLEBAUM
21 6
LILLIAN BLUESTEIN
21 6
JACOB CHABEN
21 6
ANNA CHAUSKY
21 6
CLARA ELUKIN
21 6
HYMAN LERNER
21 6
LEAH MENUCK
21 6
MILLIE PHILIPP
21 6
MEYER SCHWARTZ
21 6
SYLVIA SILVERSTEIN
21 6
MARVIN WISH
21 6
JEN ALEXANDER
22 7
LOUIS BARSKY
22 7
SOPHIA BRAGMAN
22 7
ABRAHAM DUBRINSKY
22 7
CLARA ElSENSTEIN
22 7
LOUIS HONIGMAN
22 7
SARAH KARBAL
22 7
FANNIE KATZ
22 7
PEARL KELLER
22 7
ABRAM MARTIN
22 7
DORA NORBER
22 7
ROY RADNER
22 7
NATHAN SHECTER
22 7
TILLIE SHKOLNICK
22 7
EDWARD STARK
22 7
SADIE TZEVINE
22 , 7
BETTY BARILL
23 8
ALEXANDER FARBER
23 8
NORMAN FILL
23 8
MOLLIE GOLDBERG
23 8
SARAH HOROVITZ
23 8
NATHAN KANE
23 8
HARVEY L. LtACH
23 8
DOROTHY BEVERLY
LEVIN
23 8
REBECCA LIPSHITZ
23 8
SYLVIA MILLER
23 8
CHANNA REITMAN
23 8
ANNA SILVERMAN
23 8
SAMUEL WINOGRAD
23 8
JEROME SYLVAN BASEMAN 24 9
ABRAHAM DEROVEN
24 9
RACHEL L. ELLENSON
24 9
LOUIS KATZ
24 9
JACOB WEINSCHENK
24 9
JACOB Z. WELNER
24 9
FRANK YORKE
24 9
EPHRAIM COHN
25 .
SHIRLEY FINEBERG
25 10
ALEX GOLDBERG
25 10
DAVID HEISLER
25 10
JOHN R. HERMAN
25 10
SARAH KAPLAN
25 10
MAX KWARTOWITZ
25 10
ROBERT LEVIN
25 10
MORRIS I. MEDOW
25 10
FANNIE STEINBERG
25 10
REBECCA ABEL
26 11
ISAAC AUGUST
26 11
MORRIS BALANSOFF
26 11
HARRY COOPER
26 11
LOUIS DZODIN
26 11
JACOB FINGEROOT
26 11
HARRY FINKELSTEIN
• 26 11
YETTA WEINSTEIN
26 11
SAMUEL BRANT
27 12
FRANCES CUTLER
27 12
.LEO I. FRIEDLAENDER
27 12
LEONARD FINKEL
27 12
FRANK GREENWALD
27 12
CHANA GREVNIN
27 12
ROSE KANER
27 12
SAM LEVINE
27 12
TZEITEL SCHMIDEL
27 12
ABE SCHWARTZ
27 12
ANNE E. SLAKTER
27 12
MAX SPOON
_ 27 12
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granddaughters. Interment
California.
** *
ROSE MAAS, 83, died
Feb. 25. She leaves a daugh-
ter, Pat Klein; a sister, Syl-
via Shenker of Brooklyn,
N.Y.; and two granddaugh-
ters.
** *
MAURICE ROSS,
former Detroiter of Los
Angeles, Calif., died Jan.
24. Survived by his wife,
Beatrice; and five brothers,
Ralph, Remy, "Dave, Bert
and Dr. Jules Rosenblatt.
** *
FANNIE SASS, 83, died
Feb. 27. She leaves cousins
Max Algaze and Mertyle
Hershman.
** *
LENA SMITH, 84,
former Detroiter of
Scarsdale, N.Y., died Feb.
28. She leaves two daugh-
ters, Mrs. Zena Blau of
Houston, Tex., and Mrs.
Eugene (Eleanor) Litwak of
Scarsdale; a brother, Avram
Kreczmer; a sister, Mrs.
Pearl Levi; and four
grandchildren. Interment
Detroit.
* * *
ISADORE STONE, 86,
former Detroiter of Mar-
gate, Fla., died Feb. 27.
Survived by his .wife, Ida; a
daughter, Mrs. Marvin
(Sydel) Jacobs of West
Bloomfield;
two
grandchildren and five
great-grandchildren.
Interment Margate.

BERNICE SWITZEN,
66, died March 1. She leaves
her husband, William; a
daughter, Barrie-Louise of
New York; a brother,
Charles Schiff of New York;
and a sister, Mrs. Abraham
(Doris) Greenberg of New
York.

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