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March 11, 1983 - Image 71

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-03-11

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Irving S. Kane, a real es-
tate and land developer,
died March 5 at age 61.
Born in Brooklyn,
N.Y., Mr. Kane lived 25
years in Detroit. He was the
president of the Compass
Realty Co. and secretary of
the Fisher Building Co.
He was appointed by the
late Detroit Mayor Jerome
P. Cavanagh as chairman
of the Detroit Committee for
, Industrial and Commercial
Development. He was the
past commander of the
Jewish War Veterans.
Mr. Kane served on the
city of Southfield Plan-
ning Commission and
was given a plaque from
the city "for dedicated
service." He was in the
Marine's First Air Wing
in China combat.
He was a member of
Cong. Beth Achim and the
Detroit Real Estate Board.
He leaves his wife, Inez;
four daughters, Mrs. Marc
(Sugar) Vogel of Las Vegas,
Nev., Mrs. Eliot (Candy)
Marcus, Phyllis and Hilary;
two sisters, Mrs. Irving
(Mollie) Sclawy and Mrs.
Nathan (Gloria) Friedman;
and two grandchildren.

In Memoriam

In memory of my son,
Marvin Albert, who passed
away March 1957, 28 days
in Adar. Sadly missed and
never forgotten by his
mother and sisters.

Friday, March 11, 1983

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Irving Kane

RACHEL BAREN-
BERG, 90, of Toronto, Ont.,
died March ,4. Survived by
two daughters, Mrs. Alfred
(Sandra) Sherman of Bir-
mingham and Mrs. Rose
Wilner of Toronto; a
brother, David Kazdan of
Toronto; a sister, -Hilda Lif-
shitz of Oak Park; five
grandchildren and seven
great-grandchildren.
Interment Toronto. .
* * *
HARRY COHEN, 79, of
Southfield, died March 8.
- Survived by his wife, Be-
ssie; three sons, Seymour
R., George A. and Larry; a
sister, Mrs. Max (Rose) Ur-
kowitz of the Bronx, N.Y.;
and four grandchildren.
** *
REV. IRWIN DUBIT-
SKY, 78, of Windsor, Ont.,
died March 7. No known
survivors.
** *
FANNIE GOLDSTEIN,
former Detroiter of Los
Angeles, Calif., died Feb.
a Survived by two sons,
Dr. Sidney of Sunnyvale,
Calif., and Ben of Los
Angeles; a daughter, Mis.
Rae Friedman of Flint; a
brother, Milton of the
Bronx, N.Y.; two sisters,
Mrs. Mildred Slutzker of the
Bronx and Mrs. Yetta Rabin
of Long Island, N.Y.; four
grandchildren and one
great-grandchild. Inter-
ment Los Angeles.

OBITUARIES

LOUIS KATZ, 82, of
Southfield, died March 8.
Survived by his wife, Be-
ssie; a son, Morley B.; a
daughter, Mrs. Paul (Sally)
Polsky; and four
grandchildren.
* * *
ROBERT ADAM
KATZ, 18, of West Bloom-
field, died March. 5. Sur-
vived by his mother, Minna
K.; three brothers, Neal,
Jonathan and Douglas; and
his grandfather, Nathan
Krekun.
** *
IRVING LINDNER, 69,
died March 3. He leaves his
wife, Yetta; a son, Abe; a
daughter, Mrs. Harold
(Esther) Krastof; and four
granddaughters..
* * *
FANNIE MAJER, 87,
died March 2. She leaves a
son, Louis of Wellesley,
Mass.; a daughter, Mrs. Er-
nest (Sema) Shaw of South-
field; and five
grandchildren. Interment
New York.
** *
MICHAEL E. MEY-
ERS, 21, died March 5.
Survived by his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Earl (Elaine)
Meyers; a brother, Neil; and
a sister, Loraine.

* * *

ANNIE SHERMAN, 69,
of Clawson, died March 8.
Survived by three brothers,
* * *
Abraham Alpert, Meyer J.
MARY GONTE, 79, of Alpert and Irving Alpert;
In memory of
Oak Park, died March 7. and a sister, Mrs. Jacob
Survived by a son, Dr. (Julia) Becker.
Henry; a daughter,__ Mrs.
JERRY
Shirley Newman; a sister, Samuel Lovett
BASEMAN
five grandchildren, nieces
Samkiel Bela Lovett, who
and nephews.
Very much missed by
made a career in dancing,
* * *
his friends.
died March 9 at age 80.
LILLIAN S. GREEN-
Born in Austria-
Erwin and Doris Kepes
WALD, 59, of Oak Park, Hungary, now part of
and
died March 3. Survived by Yugoslavia, Mr. Lovett
Marvin and Edythe
her husband, Mickey; a studied dancing in Europe
Mevis
daughter, Mrs. Boris and in the U.S. He became a
(Janice) Shain; a brother, master of dance and twice
Mickey Goldberg; three sis- was elected president of the
ters, Mrs. Geraldine Green- Michigan Dance Masters
In Loving Memory
of My Dear Husband
berg of Lauderhill, Fla., Association.
Mrs. Gloria Stein of Monroe
He was an examiner for
MORRIS
and Mrs. Robert (Bluma) the Cicetti Ballet Society.
GOLDSMITH
Rolfe of St. Claire Shores; He held an interest in East-
and one grandson:
ern European folk dancing
March 12, 1979
* *
and was affiliated with
Who is sadly missed
Polish
singing and dancing
IRENNE
HARON,
71,
of
more each year b _ y his
societies.
Mr. Lovett, who
Oak
Park,
died
March
5.
family. You will be in
Survived by a sister-in-law, spoke Hungarian, German,
our thoughts and our
hearts forever.
Kay Haron; and two nieces Serbian and English, re-
Your loving wife, Anna,
Mrs. Shevard (Jill) Golds- ceived local and national
and family
tein and Mrs. Larry (Judy) dance honors.
He is survived by his wife,
Polsky of Windsor, Ont.
Anna; a son, Dr. Charles C.
West of Okemos; three
Words cannot adequately express our
daughters, Mrs. Harry (Vio-
gratitude to family and friends whose many
let) Lake of Highland Park,
Ill., Dawn of Houton, Tex.,
acts of kindness and tzedaka comforted us
and Mrs. Landy Burciki of
during our recent bereavement.
Highland, Mich.; a sister,
Mrs. James (Ethel)
The Family Of
Schossberg of Detroit; and
13 grandchildren. Services
10:30 a.m. today at Hebrew
Husband Max Berezin, children Judy
Memorial Chapel.

ESTHER BEREZIN

Whiteman, Joanne Zuroff and Alec Bere-
zin.

THE Trl

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By bravely enduring, an
evil which cannot be
avoided is overcome.

MOLLIE B. SMITH, 85,
of Royal Oak, died March 8.
Survived by her husband,
Max; a daughter, Mrs. Sol
(Bernice) Mendelson of
Miami Beach, Fla.; three
sisters, Mrs. Ida Levin of
Lake Orion, Mrs. Zelda
Tennen and Mrs. Ben
(Edith) Warner of Hol-
lywood, Fla.; two
grandchildren and one
great-grandson.
*_* *
FLORA STARK, 84,
died March 8. She leaves a
daughter, Ethel of Hol-
lywood, Calif.; five
grandchildren and two
great-grandsons.

WE REMEMBER

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.

ETHEL ABRAMSON
MARVIN ALBERT
MAX FRAZEIN
MARTHA GARFINKEL
ROSE KATZ
DAVID PESSMAN
DR. BELLA M.
RABINOVITCH
PEARL STEIN
LOUIS TEPER
ADOLPH BASSIN
MISHA BICKOFF
LISA BIRMAN
MARY ERNSTEIN
LILLIAN PITKOWSKY
CELIA RHINESTONE
FAYE ROSENBERG
WILLIAM ROSENBERG
HERMAN SCHULTZ
LOUIS SHOSKES
MINNIE SHRAGER
HANNAH USHER
JENNIE GOODMAN

ADAR MAR.
28 13
28 13
28 13
28 13
28 13
28 13

28 13
28 13
28 13
29 14
29 14
29 14
29 14
29 14
29 14
29 14
29 14
29 14
29 14
29 14
29 14
29 14
NISSAN
LOUIS ALPER
1 15
LOUIS GLADSTONE
1 15
SALOMON MARX
1 15
DR. CHARLES ORNSTEIN
1 15
BERTA PALMAN
1 15
ANNIE SARK°
1 15
SARAH SIEGEL
1 15
LOUIS SLAKTER
1 15
ROSE SMITH
1 15
SAM TURKEL
1 15
JACK BARCK
2 16
MOSHE BORDOLEY
2 16
JACOB FLEISCHMAN
2 16
ALBERT H. FRIEDMAN
2 16
ESTHER GELLMAN
, 2 16
DORIS HOLLO
2 16
FRED KLINE
2 16
SADIE MOEHLMAN
2 16
ROBERT B. NOVITZ
2 16
ETTA COHEN SLAKTER
2 16
IMRE WEISS
2 16
HARRY ABLITZ
3 17
ISAAC GOLDSTEIN
3 17
MANNIE COHEN
3 17
PHILIP GORDON
3 17
EVAN HAYMAN
3 17
HARRY RIMAR
3 17
RACHEL SEYBURN
3 17
JACK SKLAR
3 17
CHARLES WILLIAMS
3 17
JUDA GOTTLIEB
4 18
HYMAN ABRAHAM KEYS
4 18
BETSEY LINOVITZ
4 18
JACK MALIN
4 18
GILBERT SIEGEL
4 18
MOSHE WOOLF
4 18
LOUIS A. WOOLMAN
4 18
MARY BAXTER
5 19
LILLIAN FARELL
5 19
REVA LIPSCHUTZ
5 19
BENE MALZBERG
5 19
FLORA MORRIS
5 19
SAMUEL REMER
5 19

Yeshivath Beth
Yehudah

1 15751
5751 W. Lincoln Dr.
Southfield
557-6750

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ALVIN TOPPER, 62, of
Southfield, died March 7.
Survived by his wife, Gol-
die; two sons, Harry and
Sanford; a daughter, Carol;
his mother, Mrs. Jennie
Topper of North Miami Be-
ach, Fla.; and four
grandchildren.
* * *
ROBERTA JOY UHR,
51, of Dallas, Tex., died
March 5. She leaves two
daughters, Jacqueline and
Sarita, both of Dallas.
Interment Detroit.
**

LEAH WARRENEFF,
83, of Park, died March
7. Survived by a daughter,
Mrs. Samuel (Sarah) Hur-
witz; four sisters, Mrs. Re-
becca Kline, Mrs. Mary
Wilson of Sun City, Ariz., -
Mrs. Alfred (Ilene) Keats
and Mrs. William (Rose)
Levitt; one grandchild and
one great-grandchild.
** *
WILLIAM B. WINER,
75, died March 9. He leaves
his wife, Rose; two sons,
Jeremy L. and Daniel T.;
three brothers, Harry
Weinar.of San Diego, Calif.,
Herman and Melvin; a sis-
ter, Mrs. Herbert (Ida) Mar-
golis; and five
grandchildren. Services 1
p.m. today at Ira Kaufman
Chapel.
* * *
PAULINE T. (NEW-
MAN) ZEFFERTT, 82,
former Detroiter of El
Monte, Calif., died March 6. -
Survived by a daughter,
Mrs. E. (Jean) Havens of El
Monte; and two brothers,
Percy
_, P. Newman of Tuc-

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son, Ariz., and Irvin V.
Newman of Oak Park.
Interment Los Angeles,
Calif.
* * *
JOSEPH ZISSMAN, 94,
former Detroiter of Miami
Beach, Fla., died March 7.
Survived by a daughter,
Mrs. Marvin (Arlis) Simon
of Southfield; a sister, Mrs.
Jessie Heller of Chicago,
Ill.; two grandchildren and
two great-grandchildren.

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