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MIF

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Minnie Lewis

Samuel Aaron

Minnie Lewis, a member
of Jewish communal organ-
izations, died June 2 at age
89.
Born in Bay City, Mich.,
Mrs. Lewis was a member of
Temple Beth El, past finan-
cial secretary of the Beth El
Sisterhood and a member of
the Natonal Council of
Jewish Women.
She leaves two daughters,
Mrs. Miller (Ann) Weisman
and Mrs. Leslie (Jean)
Fleisher; two sisters, Mrs.
Betty Lipton of New York
and Mrs. Nina Tyser of
Chicago, Ill.; five grand-
children and one great-
grandson.

Samuel Seaman Aaron,
for 40 years in the top ranks
of the printing industry in
Detroit, died June 2 at age
81.
A resident of Miami, Fla.,
for the past 10 years, Mr.
Aaron shared with his wife
many community interests,
primarily in the Bnai Brith,
Anti-Defamation League
and Zionist and Israeli
causes.
He was the founder and
owner of the Michigan
Typesetting Co., which he
owned from 1933 to the
1950s. Mr. Aaron was a
member of Cong. Shaarey
Zedek, Craftsman Lodge of
the Masons, the Interna-
tional Typographical Union
and the Moslem Shrine
Club.
He leaves his wife, Lil-
lian; a daughter, Mrs. Clar-
ence (Harriet) Salzberg of
Birmingham; a sister, Mrs.
Sam (Rose) Granitz of
Southfield; a brother, Cecil
of Farmington Hills; six
grandchildren and one
great-granddaughter.
Interment Detroit.

Isadore Faber

Isadore Faber, a retired
Chevrolet salesman, died
June 4 at age 81.
Born in Philadelphia, Pa.,
Mr. Faber was a Chevrolet
salesman for 50 years. He
retired six years ago. He
was a 50-year member of
Pisgah Lodge Of Bnai Brith.
He leaves a son, Gary; two
daughters, Mrs. Harold
(Shirley) Rosenberg and
Mrs. Sheldon (Ruth) Korby;
a brother, Fred of West
Palm Beach, Fla.; two sis-
ters, Mrs. Clara Sachs and
Mrs. Ann- Zalman; nine
grandchildren and five
great-grandchildren.

In Loving Memory of
Dear Wife and Mother

ROSE FRENKEL

Who passed away
June 14, 1975 (five days
in Tammuz). Sadly mis-
sed and always remem-
bered by her husband
Joseph, her children
Marvin and Sheila
Ellmann and grand-
children.

Harriet Shapira

Harriet Shapira, a
member of Jewish women's
organizations, died June 6
at age 66.
A native Detroiter, Mrs.
Shapira was a member of
Cong. Beth Achim, Pioneer
Women/Naamat and
Jewish Home for Aged Aux-
iliary.
She leaves her husband,
Boris; two sons, Michael
and Steven; a daughter,
Mrs. Herbert (Jacqueline)
Zimmerman; two brothers,
Seymour Alpert and
Maurice Alpert; and five
grandchildren.

In Memory of

BETTY LEWIS

Loving mother and grandmother, al-
ways in our hearts.

Lois and Fred Howard, and
grandchildren Barry, Dale and Connie

In sacred memory of

MORRIS TULUPMAN

Dearly beloved husband, father and

grandfather. Can we forget one treasured

friend? Can we forget one face, which

helped to guide and to prepare us for life's

race? We would not — if we could — forget.

/

THE

IT—Y

Friday, June 10, 1983 63

OBITUARIES

S. and Howard M. of Ham-
mond, La.; a brother, Julius
Taylor; and three grand-
daughters.

CEIL BLOKSBERG,

76, of New York, died June
2. She leaves two daughters,
Mrs. Marvin (Carol) Gers-
tein of Elmsford, N.Y., and
Mrs. Charles (Joan)
Feldman of Hartsdale,
N.Y.; a brother, Irving
Gales of Huntington Woods;
two sisters, Mildred Gales of
New York and Mrs. Lawr-
ence (Lillian) Rosinger of
Oak Park; and four grand-
children. Interment New
York.

** *
BERNICE HANDLER,

died June 4. Survived by her
husband, Melvin; her
father, Nathan Stein; two
sisters, Mrs. Leon (Harriet)
Simon and Mrs. Albert
(Bernice) Yendick.

* *

SCOTT KRISTOPHER
DAVEY, 31/2 months, died

*

MENDEL KORN, 72, of
Oak Park, died June 8. Sur-
vived by his wife, Ruth; two
daughters, Mrs. Joel
(Judith) Lutz and Mimi
Lutz; a brother, David; and
three grandchildren,
** *

June 7. He leaves his par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. William
(Lynn) Davey; grandpar-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald
(Faye) Jacobs and Mr. and
Mrs. William (Josie) Davey,
Sr.; and great-grandpar-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. John
(Vivian) Davey.
** *

HARRY ARTHUR
KRANDALL, 83, of South-

field, died June 6. Survived
by his wife, Lillian; a son,
Neil K. of Cincinnati, Ohio;
two daughters, Mrs. Saul
(Ruth) Raimi and Judith of
Madison Heights; a sister,
Mrs. Bess Lehrer of Miami,
Fla.; and four grandchil-
dren.

GEORGE IRVING
DRAPKIN, 76, died June

3. He leaves his wife, Jean;
two brothers, Jack and
Jules of Los Angeles, Calif.;
two sisters, Mrs. Frank (Be-
tty) Silverman and Mrs.
William (Belle) Levin of
Sunrise, Fla.
** *
EVELYN EISMAN, 60,
of Southfield, died June 7.
Survived by her husband,
Dr. David; a son, Dr. Jeffrey
L.; and two daughters, Mrs.
Arnold (Sheryl) Siegel and
Mrs. Sanford (Jacqueline)
Layne; a brother, Samuel
Wolock; two sisters, Mrs.
Dorothy Eichenhorn and
Mrs. Harry (Jeanette)
Schwartz of Sunrise, Fla.;
and seven grandchildren.
** *
SYLVIA FALICK, 59, of
Detroit, died June 7. Sur-
vived by two sons, Dr. Yale

The Golden Bull of 1356,
an important medieval
document, lists Jews as a
source of income together
with mines and taxation.

Detroiter of Hollywood,
Fla., died June 2. Survived
by his wife, Mary; two
daughters, Renee Kligman
of St. Louis, Mo., and Bar-
bara Bagiardi of Colorado
Springs, Colo.; four grand-
children and three great-
grandchildren. Interment
St. Louis.

** *
BEVERLY KLEIN-
MAN, 49, of Southfield,

FRANK COHEN, 91,
died June 2. Survived by his
wife, Freda; a son, Joseph; a
daughter, Mrs. Earl (Syl-
via) Davidson; four grand-
children and four great-
grandchildren.
* * *

Henry Schiff, a manager
in the wholesale cleaning
business, died June 4 at age
86.
Born in Austria, Mr.
Schiff was a member of
Temple Israel and the
Jewish Community Center.
He leaves a son, Dr.
Donald of Littleton, Colo.;
two daughters, Mrs. Melvin
(Marilyn) Barnett and
Renee of Chicago, Ill.; two
brothers, David and Nathan
of Florida; a sister, Rose;
and six grandchildren.

* * *

MAX SHAER, former

55, died June 7. She leaves
her husband, Harold; a son,
Ira; a daughter, Carolyn;
and two sisters, Mrs. Paul
(Louise) Berliner of
Plymouth Meeting, Pa., and
Mrs. Edward (Marilynn)
Skulsky.

* * *

Henry Schiff

kow; a brother, Leonard
Schultz; a sister, Mrs. Mor-
ton (Lillian) Surowitz; and
two grandsons.

** *
GEORGE SHORE, 70,

of Southfield, died June 7.
Survived by a son, Howard
J.; three daughters, Mrs.
Larry (Sharon) Taitelbaum,
Mrs. Jeffrey (Judith) Aisen
and Mrs. Wayne (Helen)
Kristal; two sisters, Mrs.
Sadie Buskin of Las Vegas,
Nev., and Mrs. Ben (Flor-
ence) Silverman of Planta-
tion, Fla.; and eight grand-
children.

JOSEF TOLKOWSKY,

83, of Tel Aviv, Israel, died
June 7. Survived by a son,
Yitzhak of Givatayim, Is-
rael; a daughter, Sara Nadis
of Southfield; a sister,
Esther. of Hadera, Israel;
five grandchildren and
three great-grandchildren.
Interment Israel.
* * *

SALLY YUCHTMAN,

of Flushing, N.Y., died June
3. Survived by two sons,
Jerold and Lawrence; a
brother, Sidney Sadur; and
two sisters, Henrietta
Sadur and Mrs. Herbert N.
(Alice) Miller of Oak Park.
Interment Flushing.

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-
hnavos.

** *
SHIRLEY SKOLNICK,

74, died June 5. She leaves a
son, Dr. Larry of San Diego,
Calif.; a daughter, Mrs.
Herbert (Ellen) Lux; her

** *
ALBERT MAGITZ, 72,

former Detroiter of Chicago,
Ill., died May 29. Survived
by a son, Harvey S. of
Whitehall, Pa.; a daughter,
Mrs. Frank (Rita) Blase of
Southfield; a sister, Mrs.
Essie Mermelstein of
Brooklyn, N.Y.; and eight
grandchildren.
* * *

BRUCE B. ROBERTS,

57, died June 4. He leaves a
step-daughter, Elizabeth
Harp; and a brother, Leslie
J.

* * *

SOPHIE ROCHKIND,

-

mother, Mrs. Philip (Mary)
Ross; a sister, Mrs. Henry
(Betty) Zaft; and seven
grandchildren.
** *

68, died June 7. She leaves a
son, Sandford; a daughter,
Mrs. Robert (Rhonda) Plis-

SAUL
SMITH

of Southfield, died May
23. Mr. Smith was raised
in Detroit, and
graduated from North-
western High School.
He was a furniture
salesman and a veteran
of W.W. II, serving in the
Philippines and Pearl
Harbor. He is survived
by his wife, Thelma; a
daughter, Jacqueline; a
brother, Julius; sisters-
in-law, Harriet Levine
and Sonia Smith; and a
nephew and niece Allen
and Sema Smith.

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