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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, May 13, 1983 63

OBITUARIES

AVRAHAM BEN AV-
RAHAM AVINU, 73, of

Detroit, died May 7. Sur-
vived by two sons, Mor-
dechai Shimon and Charles;
three daughters, Chana
Gittel, Marian and Lucia;
and nine grandchildren.

* * *

BESSIE BECKMAN,

93, died May 10. She leaves
a son, Gerald; a daughter,
Mrs. Flora Hoffman; five
grandchildren and nine
great-grandchildren.

Laura Nusbaum

Laura Nusbaum, a
member and supporter of
charitable, religious and
Zionist organizations, died
May 11 at age 85.
Born in Poland, Mrs.
Nusbaum lived 53 years in
the U.S. The widow of Abe
Nusbaum, founder of New
York Carpet World, Mrs.
Nusbaum was active with
her husband in the business
until his death.
She was a life member of
Cong. Beth Abraham Hillel
Moses and its sisterhood.
Among the community
organizations of which she
was a member are: Detroit
Chapter, American Women
for Bar-Ilan University;
American Mizrachi
Women; Hadassah; Detroit
Friends of Shaare Zedek
Hospital; Women's Ameri-
can ORT and Ladies of
Yeshivath Beth Yehudah.
Mrs. Nusbaum is sur-
vived by a son, Irving; a
daughter, Mrs. Joseph
(Frances) Fetter; and five
grandchildren. Services 1
p.m. today at Hebrew
Merriorial Chapel.

Anna Hoffman
Had Military Post

NEW YORK — Anna
Rosenberg Hoffman, assis-
tant secretary of defense
from 1950 to 1953, died May
9 at age 81.

A public relations execu-
tive for many years, Mrs.
Hoffman specialized in
manpower and personnel
while in the Pentagon. She
was then the highest rank-
ing woman ever to serve in
the nation's military estab-
lishment.

She was active in the
Democratic Party and was
appointed by Franklin D.
Roosevelt to the National
Recovery Administration.
. She held other political
posts in New York on the
state and local levels.

Devaluation Due?

TEL AVIV (ZINS) — Fi-
nancial circles in Israel be-
lieve that the shekel will be
devalued up to 30 percent.
There are now 42 shekels to
the U.S. dollar.

HARRY DASHKIN, 82,
of Southfield, died May 4.
Survived by a son, Gerald B.
of North Hollywood, Calif.;
a sister, Sarah of Israel; and
two grandchildren.
* * *

JOEL ROBERT FINE,

24, of Oak Park, died May
10. Survived by his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Morris
(Pauline) Fine; three sis-
ters, Mrs. Sheldon (Sharon)
White, Susan and Laura.

* * *

EVELYN FINK, 73,

former Detroiter of Los
Angeles, Calif., died May 9.
She leaves her husband,
Gilbert; a son, George of
Sherman Oaks, Calif.; a
brother, Raymond
Schreiber of Rancho Ber-
nardo, Calif.; four sisters,
Mrs. Irving (Sylka) Burns-
tein of Los Angeles, Mrs.
Mervin (Elaine) Jacobson of
Southfield, Mrs. Carl
(Maxine) Fidler of Los
Angeles and Mrs. Irving
(Bluma) Ellman of Bir-
mingham; one granddaugh-
ter and one great-grand-
daughter. Interment De-
troit.

** *
MILFORD GREEN-
STONE, 67, former De-

troiter of Van Nuys, Calif.,
..ded April 30. He leaves his
wife, Diane; a son, Steven; a
daughter, Melissa; a
brother, Robert; a sister,
Elsie Marks. Interment
California.

** *
DEBORAH KAMIN-
SKY, 90, former Detroiter

of Los Angeles, Calif., died
May 6. Survived by two
sons, Harold Kleiman of
Redondo Beach, Calif.,
Harry Kleiman of
Sherman Oaks, Calif.; three

Lillian Rice

daughters, Olive Sugar of
Los Angeles, Freda Zegman
of Muncie, Ind., and Toby
Shultz of Southfield; six
grandchildren and 12 great
grandchildren. Interment
Los Angeles.
* * *
ANNE KAZDAN, 73,
former Detroiter of Hous-
ton, Tex., died May 9. She
leaves her husband, Dr.
Morris; a son, David; a
daughter, Deborah Brueck-
ner of Denton, Tex.; and
four grandchildren. Inter-
ment Detroit.
* * *
THELMA MARK, 91,
died May 9. She leaves two
sons, Gilbert of North
Miami Beach, Fla., and Irv-
ing; a daughter, Mrs. Isa-
dore (Helen) Warshaw;
eight granddhildren and
eight great-grandchildren.

* * *

SARAH MILLER, 68,

Mrs. Rosenberg, .
Kosher Caterer

Cecile Sylvia Rosenberg,
a former kosher caterer,
died May 10 at age 85.
Born in Hungary, Mrs.
Rosenberg lived in the U.S.
69 years. She started out as
a cook in Mt. Clemens at
Kramer's Olympia Hotel
and later worked for
Lachar's Catering in De-
troit. ,
In 1947, she went into the
catering business with her
sons, Al and Bob, and be-
came one of Detroit's top
kosher caterers. She retired
in 1970. The business is car-
ried on by her grandson, Jef-
frey.
She was a life member of
City of Hope, a life member
of American Mizrachi
Women, a member of Ladies
of Yeshivath Beth Yehudah
and Hadassah.
She is survived by her
sons, Al and Bob of
Bakersfield, Calif.; a
daughter, Mrs. Aubie
(Rosella) Cooperman of
Boca Raton, Fla.; a brother,
Louis Markowitz; nine
grandchildren and six
great-grandchildren.

Lillian Rice, a former
buyer for Winkelman's,
died May 6 at age 79.
A native Detroiter, Mrs.
Rice was a member of Cong.
Shaarey Zedek and its sis-
terhood for more than 40
years. She was a volunteer
for the Braille bindery at
Temple Beth El. Mrs. Rice
was a member of Pioneer
Women/Naamat, Hadas- J. Grossman
sah, CARIH and the former
Joseph G. Grossman, a re-
Montefiore Lodge.
tired haberdasher, died
She leaves her husband, May 10 at age 89.
-Harry; two daughters, Mrs.
Born in Russia, Mr.
Morris (Reva) Bornstein of Grossman lived 60 years in
Ann Arbor and Mrs. Gary Detroit. He was the owner of
(Helen) Wexler; four Gordon's Men's Wear from
brothers, Clarence Gottes- 1926 to 1960.
man, Milton Gottesman,
He was a life member of
Roland Gottesman, Morton Perfection Lodge of the Ma-
Gottesman of Beverly Hills, sons, -Zionist Organization
Calif.; and four grandchil- of America, and a former
dren.
member of Temple
Emanu-El.
Rescued Jews
He leaves his wife, Char-
AMSTERDAM — Elli lotte; a son, Gordon; a
van Wijk-Voskuyl, 63, cre- daughter, Mrs. Robert (Eve-
dited with hiding Anne lyn) Jaffe of Tiburon, Calif.;
Frank and other Jews dur- a sister, Mrs. Ann Cook; and
ing World War II, is dead at six grandchildren. Inter-
age 63.
ment Boston, Mass,

and grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. Edward (Anna)
Lichtenstein.
* * *
AARON ROSEN, 94, of
Detroit, died May 9. Sur-
vived by two daughters,
Mrs. _ Sam (Sunny)
Cooperstock of Pompano
Beach, Fla., and Mrs. Mack
(Dorothy) Pitt; and four
grandchildren.
** *

former Detroiter of Miami
Beach, Fla., died April 28.
Survived by her husband,
Barney; a son, Marvin of
San Francisco, Calif.; a
daughter, Mrs. Armando
(Barbara) Fantuzzi, Jr., of
Redford Township; a
brother, Harry Kranhouse
of Altadena, Calif.,; three
sisters, Chava Kranhouse of
Jerusalem, Israel; Mrs.
Isaac (Bessie) Eisenberg
and Mrs. Haskell (Rosalyn)
Stone, both of Oak Park;
and three grandchildren.
* * *

DR. BENTON SCHIFF,

74, of Flint, died May 5.
Survived by his wife, Char-
lotte; a son, Charles L. of
MICHELE (MOSTEN) Birmingham; a daughter,
ROOT; 34, of Troy, died Mrs. Michael (Joan) Theile
May 9. Survived by her of Flint; two brothers, Dr.
husband, Gary; her mother, Robert A. of Birmingham
Mrs. Shirley Perlmutter of and Herman of Chicago, Ill.;
Sylvania, Ohio; a sister, two sisters, Mrs. Elizabeth
Mrs. Lisa Mosten Dutton; Cohen and Mrs. Frances
Green, both of Los Angeles,
Calif.; and four grandchil-
WE REMEMBER
dren. Interment Flint.
** *
During the coming
week Yeshivath
JOSEPH SIDEN, 89,
Beth Yehudah will
died May 4. He leaves his
observe the
wife, Bessie; a son, Edward;
Yahrzeits of the fol-
three daughters, Mrs. Bar-
lowing departed
ney (Shirley) Plotnik, Mrs.
friends, with the
traditional Memo-
Lawrence (Mildred) Shu-
rial Prayers, recita-
man of Green Acres City,
tion of Kaddish and
Fla., and Mrs. Harry

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Studying of Mis-
. hnay9s..

SWAN MAY
3 15
GEORGE BRANT
3 15
CHAYA T. CHESLUK
3 15
ABRAHAM I. DAVIDSON
3 15
JACK HOLZMAN
3 15
HARRY S. MARKOWITZ
3 15
DANIEL R. ROLLINS
3 15,
MAX FEURMAN
4 16
ELSIE R. GREENE
4 16
HARRY GREENSTEIN
4 16
LENORE KATKIN
4 16
LENA LEVINE
4 16
RACHEL ROSS
4 16
ETTA SCHULTZ
4 16
MAX WROTSLAVSKY
5 17
JAY S. BODZIN
5 17
ESTHER FIDLER
5 17
TERESA GLANCZ
5 17
MAX GLASSMAN
5
17
FANNY KAPLAN
5 17
BEATRICE LEVITT
5 17
LOUIS LESONSKY
5 17
DAVID MARGULIES
5 17
SOL NUSBAUM
5 17
SAM SOLOMON
5 17
MINNIE WEINBAUM
6 18
MEYER FRIEDMAN
SARAH LEAH
6 18
KAPLOWITZ
6 18
GOLDIE KOSOFSKY
6 18
-WOLF LAKRITZ
6 18
JACOB STEIN
SAMUEL H.
18
WEINGARDEN
19
SARAH AVERBUCH
REBECCA GREENBERG
19
19
JENNI LAZAROVITCH
19
SARAH LEVIN
19
ROSE LIPSON
19
MORRIS OMMERMAN
19
,SHEMA L. ORECHKIN
19
BERTHA SCHAAP
19
RALPH SOBLE
19
SAMUEL STERN
19
SIMA L. STERN
19
MAX UPITER
19
ABRAHAM WACHTENHEIM
19
WOLFE WROTSLAVSKY
20
FRANK BACKHAUT
20
JOSEPH FANTICH
20
SARAH GOLDMAN
20
FANNIE LIEBER
20
JENNY PINSKER
20
HYMAN WEINMAN
21
MARGARET ENGEL
21
LOUIS FINKELSTEIN
21
BESSIE BLIEBERMAN
21
IRVING KATZ
21
JUDA LACHAR
21
MAX LEFKOWITZ
21
EDITH NORBER
21
WILLIAM SCHULMAN
21
BERTHA TURGOW

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(Dorothy) Collens; eight
grandchildren and 11
great-grandchildren.
* * *


MAX TUTTLEMAN,

former Detroiter of Boca
Raton, Fla., died May 8.
Survived by his wife, Rhea;
a daughter, Mrs. William
(Marilyn) Wacks of Newton,
Mass.; and a brother, Abe of
Boca Raton. Interment De-
troit.

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