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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-09-02

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Dr. Kalman, 58

OBITUARIES

Dr. Richard I. Kalman,
58, of Franklin, died Aug.
28.
Dr. Kalman, medical di-
LEON COGAN, 84,
rector of Woodside Hospital former Detroiter of North
in Pontiac, was a psychiat- Miami, Fla., died Aug. 24.
rist for the past 19 years. He He leaves his wife, Mer-
was formerly a commercial rium; two sons, Robert of
artist.
Cambridge, Mass., and
He was a graduate of Cass Richard of San Rafael,
Technical High School, Calif.; three grandchildren.
Wayne State University Interment Detroit.
and Des Moines School of
* *
Osteopathy.
NATHAN
A. COMI-
He was secretary-
treasurer of the Michigan SAR, 76, former Detroiter
Osteopathic, Neurolog- of Davie, Fla., died Aug. 31.
ical and Psychiatric He leaves his wife, Helen; a
Society and was a son, Edward E. of West
member of the planning Bloomfield; a daughter,
committee of the Hospice Mrs. Arnold (Muriel)
of Southeastern Michi- Levitsky of Farmington
Hills; three sisters, Mrs.
gan.
He is survived by his wife, Nathan (Sarah) Lackey of
Faye; three sons, Kenneth, Youngstown, Ohio; Mrs.
Jonathan and Donald; two Ezra (Margaret) Kotzin of
daughters, Patricia and Wilmette, Ill., and Mrs.
Alissa; a brother, Albert; Molly Merchey of Califor-
and a sister, Mrs. Carl (Eve- nia; and five grandchildren.
interment Detroit.
lyn) Maness.
* * *

D. Teitlebaum

David A. Teitlebaum,
founder of the David Nurs-
ing Home in Detroit, died
Aug. 28.
Born in Russia, Mr. Teit-
lebaum came to the U.S. at
age 19 and lived in Detroit
for 55 years._ He resided in
Toledo, Ohio, at the time of
his death.
Mr. Teitlebaum was a
member and past president
of the Odessa Progressive
Aid Society, Brandeis Lodge
of Bnai Brith and the senior
citizens program of the
Jewish Community Coun-
cil.
He is survived by his wife,
Rose; two sons, Kenard and
David; a daughter, Frances
Rosenzweig of Ft. Lauder-
dale, Fla.; eight grandchil-
dren and two great-grand:
children. Interment De-
troit.

,

Raymond Sallan

Raymond B. Sallan,
owner of the Sallan jewelry
stores, died Aug. 27 at age
73.
Mr. Sallan ran the stores
founded by his father, Sol-
omon, in 1907. Mr. Sallan
owned stables and was in-
volved in thoroughbred
horse breeding and racing.
He was a former member of
Temple Beth El.
He is survived by a son,
Dr. Stephen of Cambridge,
Mass.

Sanford Friedman. Inter-
ment Cleveland, Ohio.
** *
PAULINE FRIED-
MAN, 89, died Aug. 26. She
leaves two sons, Sol and
Bernard; four grandchil-
dren and one great-grand-
daughter.

* * *

STEVEN A. GOLD-
BERG, 22, died Aug. 31. He
leaves his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Hebert (Irene)
Goldberg; a brother, Dale; a
sister, Sheri; and grand-
mother, Mrs. Harry
(Jeanette) Goldberg.
** *
FLORENCE GOLD-
ING, 66, died Aug. 29. Sur-
vived by three daughters,
Joyce, Lois of Long Beach,
Calif., and Janice Mekula;
and a brother, Al Wasser-
man of Toronto, Ont.
* * *
ROSE FARKAS, 63, of
ESTHER
KESHNER ,
Ypsilanti, died Aug. 28. She
leaves three daughters, GOLDSTEIN, former De-
Karen of West Berlin; Ger- troiter of Ft. Lauderdale,
many, Barbara and De- Fla., died July 21. Survived
borah of Ann Arbor; and two by a son, Sheldon of Wash-
grandsons. Interment ington, D.C.; a daughter,
Cleveland, Ohio.
Sandra of Hobe Sound, Fla.;
** *
and a sister, Joan-Shapiro of
ABE FELDMAN, 68, Ft. Lauderdale. Interment
former Detroiter of Encino, Ft. Lauderdale.
Calif., died Aug. 31. Sur-
vived by his wife, Anne; a Muriel Fisher
son, Elliot of California; two
Muriel F. Fisher, a re-
brothers, Sam and Ben, tired Oak Park elementary
both of Southfield; a sister, school teacher, died Aug. 28
Mrs. Harry (Ann) Gurvis of at age 66.
Southfield; and one grand-
A former Detroiter, Mrs.
daughter. Interment Fisher resided in Delray
California.
Beach, Fla., for the past 18
* * *
months. She held a master's
MARY FIELDS, 69, died degree in education from
Aug. 26. She leaves her the University of Michigan
husband, Nat; and a son, and retired in 1981 after 25
years in the Oak Park
school system.
Barnie Winer
She was a board member
Barnie Winer, a self- of The Orchards and Alpha
employed painter, died Aug. Epsilon Phi sorority. Mrs.
25 at age 71.
Fisher also held member-
Born in Toronto, Ont.,
ship in the National Council
Mr. Winer was arnember of of Jewish Women, Jewish
the Jewish War Veterans Welfare Federation and the
and Bnai Brith.
honorary society for
He leaves his wife, Sally;
teachers, Alpha Delta
a son, Richard; and a Kappa.
brother, Sam of North
She is survived by her
Lauderdale, Fla.
husband, Roy; a son, Alex of
Birmingham; a daughter,
Radomer to Have Elizabeth Levitt of Wash-
ington, D.C.; two brothers,
Memorial Rites
Jim Frank of Boynton Be-
The Radomer Aid Society
ach, Fla., and Bob Frank of
will hold its annual memo-
Birmingham; • and five
rial service 11 a.m. Sunday
grandchildren. Interment
at Hebrew Memorial Park.
Detroit.

N

The Family
of the Late

JOHANNA
FEINER

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

THE

Arlis and Marvin
Simon acknowledge
with grateful apprecia-
tion the many kind ex-
pressions of sympathy
extended by relatives
and friends following
the loss of their

AUNT
ROSIE

In loving memory of

MORRIS
ALBERT

Who passed away
Sept. 28, 1968, the 25th of
Elul. Sadly missed by
his wife Helen, children
and grandchildren. a'

MEYER DONALD
GREEN, 67, died Aug. 31.
Survived by his wife, Anne;
five sons, Ronald, Gary L.,
Jerald, Fred B. and Carl S.;
two sisters, Mrs. Sadie Fal-
len and Mrs. Judith
Schwartz of Van Nuys,
Calif.; and four grandchil-
dren.

Dr. Alexander of Buffalo,
N.Y.; a sister, Mrs. Louis
(Mitzi) Folberg of San
Mateo, Calif.; and five
grandchildren. Interment
Detroit.
* * *
ESTHER ROTH, 69,
former Detroiter of Lauder-
dale Lakes, Fla., died Aug.
29. Survived by four sons,
* * *
Gordon of California, Alan
JONATHON RUS- of Lexington, Mich., Larry
SELL HORNFIELD, 39, of of Southfield and Terry of
British Columbia, Canada, California; three brothers,
died Aug. 22. Survived by George Brookenthal of De-
three sons, Jack, Ezra and troit, Al Brooks of Detroit
Luke; a daughter, Amanda; and Leo Brooks of Califor-
and a brother, Thomas of nia; three sisters, Frances
Oak Park. Interment De- Miller of Florida, Eva Freed
troit.
of Florida and Pauline
* * *
Hammerstein of Detroit;
LORENE S. KLEIN, 81, and seven grandchildren.
died Aug. 26. She leaves a Interment Lauderhill, Fla.
* * *
son, Edward of Jackson; five
ELLA STEVENSON,
grandchildren and three
87, died Aug. 26. She leaves
great-grandchildren.
two sisters, Miss Rose
* * *
Braude and Mrs. Jacob
ROSE KRISE, 87, of De- (Sarah) Lederer. Interment
troit, died Aug. 26. Survived Lexington, Mich..
by three daughters, Mrs.
* * *
Bernard (Betty) Fidler,
EDWARD B. SWARTZ,
Mrs. Jerry (Sally) Geldi of 72, former Detroiter of Las
Los Angeles, Calif., and Vegas, Nev., died Aug. 18.
Mrs. Harry (Clara) Levy; 12
grandchildren and seven
SHELDON
great-grandchildren.
** *
MONUMENT COMPANY
EDWARD M. LANSKY,
19800 WOODWARD AVE.
39, . former Detroiter of
Betw. 7 and 8 Mile Roads
Phone 368-3550
Playa del Ray, Calif., died
Over 60 Years in Same Location!
Aug. 1. Survived by two
sons, Rick and Pat; a
daughter, Beth; his mother,
MONUMENT CENTER, INC.
Edith Lansky of North Hol-
661 E. 8 MILE, FERNDALE
lywood, Calif.; and a
11/2 Blocks E. of Woodward
brother, Paul of Huntington
6 Blks. from 3 Jewish
Woods. Interment Los
Cemeteries on Woodyard
Angeles, Calif.
LI 2-8266
JO 4-5557
** *
GERTRUDE LIEB-
Sidney A. Deitch
EROFF, 72, died Aug. 28.
She leaves two sisters, Mrs.
DETROIT
Louis (Mollie) Silverman
MONUMENT WORKS
and Mrs. Nate (Dorothy)
14441 W. 11 Mile Rd.
Gardner, Nair. Coolidge & Greenfield
Goldman of Miami Beach,
399-2711
Eve. 626-0330
Fla.; nieces and nephews.
* * *
PERRY ROSS, 58,
former Detroiter of Dayton,
MONUMENTS BY
Ohio, died Aug. 28. He
leaves his wife, Evelyn; a
AND
son, Michael of Columbus,
Ohio; three daughters; Mrs.
Ronald (Barbara) Soloman
of Cincinnati, Ohio, Mrs.
Arthur (Debra) Altman of
FINE MONUMENTS
Centerville, Ohio, and Mar-
SINCE 1910
cia of Cincinnati; a brother,

BERG
URBACH

In Loving Memory
of Our Dear
Father and
Grandfather

LOUIS
RASKIN

Who passed away
Sept. 5, 1919, 10 days in
Elul. Sadly missed by
sons, Marvin and
Danny; daughters, Mrs.
Lillian Rosen and Mrs.
Belle
Weingarden;
grandchildren
and
great-grandchildren.

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Survived by his wife, Ilene;
a daughter, Mrs. Phyllis
Brown; and two grand-
daughters.

* *

FAYE TENENBERG,
79, died Aug. 30. She leaves
two daughters, Mrs. Martin
(Harriet) Selik and Mrs.
Shirley Sonkin; a sister,
Mrs. Ella Blumenthal of
Norfolk, Va.; seven grand-
children and one great-
grandson.
* * *
SAMUEL M. TUREFF,
88, died Aug. 25. He leaves
two sons, Seymour and
Leonard of the Bronx, N.Y.;
a brother, Arthur of
Elizabeth, N.J.; a sister,
Mrs. Elsie Silverman of
Elizabeth; six grandchil-
dren and three great-grand-
children. Interment New
York.

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.

ELLUL SEPT.
IDA COHEN
26 4
DAVE GOOZE
26 4
SHIRLEY GRUBER
26 4
NATHAN ROSENBERG
26 4
BERNARD WALTMAN
26 4
DAVID MAISELOFF
27 5
ISADORE ROSENBLOOM
27 5
JOSEPH SLAKTER
27 5
MALKA YAMPOLSKY
27 5
CHANAN B'R MAYER
Hakohen
28 6
ALICE ZACK KARP
28 6
CHERNIA KNOPPOW
28 6
HARRY MARGOLIS
28 6
SARAH P. OPPEN
28 6
NORMA AIDA NEWMAN
SHOEMAKER
28 6
DAVID WEINSTEIN
28 6
ANNA WROTSLAVSKY
28 6
MARGARET YELLIN
28 6
HILDA PAULINE YORKE
28 6
SOLOMON ZIMNER
28 6
MINNIE DINKIN
29 7
EVA GLASER
29 7
JACOB MIGDAL
29 7
IDA NOSANCHUK
29 7
JESSIE NOVITZ
29 7
HARRY SHULMAN
29 7
MEYER H. SUROWITZ
29 7
SAUL TARNOPOL
29 7
SAMUEL WERBER
29 7
RABBI M. ZAGER
29 7
TISHRI
TILLIE BERLIN
1 8
YERUCHIM Berlin
1 8
MORRIS EIZ EN
1 8
TILLIE FELDMAN
1 8
ISAAC KAMMERMAN
1 8
SARAH RUBINSTEIN
1 8
SOLOMON SIDDERX
1 8
ABRAHAM Z. TUGMAN
1 8
MARY GREENBAUM
2 9
AARON LAMPKE
2 9
AARON NOSANCHUCK
2 9
GILBERT Parker
2 9
ROSE SPEYER
2 9
MOLLIE TATELBAUM
2 9
DANIEL Temchin
2 9
ISDADORE COHEN
3 10
MARTIN GOLDSMITH
3 10
JOSEPH GUTERMAN
3 10
HARRY KAPE
3 10
ISADORE LEVINE
3 10
ABE SITORSKY
3 10
ANNE WEISSWASSER
3 10
GOLDIE RACHEL YELLIN
ROSE IDA ZACKEM
3 10

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Yehudah

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Southfield

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