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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

4idayr , December 2, 1983- -

'

Dr. Azriel Weller Dies

Dr. Azriel Weller, a medi-
cal doctor and dentist, died
Nov. 23 at age 91.
Born in Austria, Dr. Wel-
ler was graduated from the
University of Vienna Medi-
cal School in 1923 and the
University of Michigan
Dental School in 1936.
He was a lifetime member
of the Michigan Dental
Association and the Detroit
District Dental Society. He
also was a member of Alpha

Joel N. Zacks

Joel N. Zacks, a pharma-
cist and owner of Brown
Drugs in Novi, died Nov. 25
at age 56.
A native Detroiter, Mr.
Zacks was a member of
Temple Israel, Knollwood
Country Club and many
pharmacy organizations.
He leaves his wife, Ber-
nice; a son, David; a daugh-
ter, Susan; and his mother,
Mrs. Meyer (Hannah)
Zacks.

The Family
of the Late

HARRY F.
MORRIS

Acknowledges with
grateful appreciation
the many kind expres-
sions of sympathy ex-
tended by relatives and
friends during the fami-
ly's recent bereave-
ment.

The Family
of the Late

LEA
SELESNY
FELDMAN

Acknowledges with
grateful appreciation
the many kind expres-
sions of sympathy ex-
tended by relatives and
friends,during the fami-
ly's recent bereave-
ment.

The Family
of the Late

BRUCE M.
STEIN

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

Dr. Weller retired from
dentistry one year ago
due to ill health, not his
age. He was honored in
1982 by Alpha Omega on
behalf of State of Israel
Bonds with a
Maimonides award.' He
was a member of Cong.
Beth Abrahain Hillel
Moses and its forerunner
congregations since 1936.

He leaves nephews and
nieces, among them Dr. and
Mrs. Eric (Doris) Billes and
Dr. and Mrs. Bruce (Phyllis)
Billes.

Samuel Panzer

Samuel Panzer, deputy
sheriff of Wayne County for
20 years, died Nov. 26 at age
76.
Born in Detroit, Mr.
Panzer was active in politics
and labor in the state,
county and city levels for
many years.
He retired as deputy
sheriff in 1972.
He was a precinct dele-
gate, delegate alternate and
delegate to the Democratic
National Convention. He
was a member of the Demo-
cratic State Central Com-
mittee, member of the
Trade Union Leadership
Council for 15 years, served
as co-chairman of the TULC
Seniors and was chairman
of the Sheriffs Local 502 Re-
tirees.

He was a member of the
executive board of the A.
Philip Randolph Insti-
tute, chairman and com-
missioner of the Wayne
County Commission- on
Aging, a member of the
Michigan Committee of
Energy and Utilities, a
member of the metro De-_
troit AFL-CIO
and
chairman of the Senior
Citizens Service Council.
He received numerous
awards including the
Spirit of Detroit Award of
the Detroit City Council.
In 1978, he won the
Senior Citizen of the Year
Award of the AFL-CIO
and in 1983 received the
Distinguished Senior
Citizen Award of
AFSCME Council 25.

He is survived by a
daughter, Mrs. Jacob (Rose)
Jackson of North Miami
Beach, Fla.; a sister, Mrs.
William (Helen) Vaughn of
Detroit; two grandchildren
and two great-grandchil-
dren.

The Family of the Late

MILTON D. HUBERT

Wishes to express its deepest apprecia-
tion for the numerous charitable contribu-
tions, cards, expressions of sympathy and
personal visits extended by relatives and
friends honoring his memory.

THE

OBITUARIES

Omega Dental Fraternity.

SOPHIE AURAND, 83
of Detroit, died Nov. 29.
Survived by a son, David A.
Epstein of Warren; a
brother, Max Ornstein of
Atlanta, Ga.; a sister, Gol-
die Hirsch of Tucson, Ariz.;
and three grandchildren:
* * *
HAROLD BARIL, 72, of
Royal Oak, died Nov. 29.
Survived by a son, George
A. of Charlottsville, Va.; a
daughter, Mrs. Jacqueline
Lynch of Royal Oak; a
brother, Norman of South-
field; a sister, Mrs. Gertrude
Gaynor of California; seven
grandchildren and one
great-grandchild
*•* *

SAMUEL M. BEN-
DEROFF, 91, former De-

troiter of New York City,
died Nov. 28. He leaves his
wife, Hattie; two daughters,
Mrs. Joseph (Elaine) Spec-
tor of Fayetteville, N.Y.,
and Mrs. Abraham (Marcia)
Cohen of West Hempstead,
N.Y.; four grandchildren
and three great-grandchil-
dren. Interment Detroit.

* * *

SHELDON NORMAN
KLEIN, 49, of West Bloom-

Rose Werney.
* * *

field, died Nov. 23. Survived
by his wife, Arlene; three
sons, Jeffrey, Marc and
Eric; his mother, Mrs. Lou
(Betty) Garland; and two
sisters, Mrs. Joel (Phyllis)
Kramer and Mrs. Gerald
(Carol) Lakritz.
* * *

JESSIE SASLOVE, 73,
former Detroiter of Reseda,
Calif., died Nov. 25. Sur-
vived by-her husband, Phil;
a daughter, Esther Frank of
California; four sisters,
Jean Burges of Miami Be-
ach, Fla., Eva Kestenberg of
Montreal, Que., Edith Ross
of Southfield and Bella
Sherman of Russia; and two
grandsons. Interment
California.

MOLLIE LEEBOVE,

91, of Southfield, died Nov.
24. Survived by a daughter,
Mrs. Ann Barnett; two
step-sons, Ar'thur and
William; 15 grandchildren
and 19 great grandchildren.
* * *

BELLE STOCKER
LEEMAN, 83, former De-

troiter of Miami Beach,
Fla., died Nov. 27. Survived
by four daughters, Mrs.
Isabel Mark of Miami Be-
ach, Mrs. Selma Ormos of
West Bloomfield, Mrs.
Marsha Olin of Miami
Beach and Mrs. Joyce
Rubinstein of Chicago, Ill.;
grandchildren and great
grandchildren. Services in
Miami.

** *
IDA LEWIS, 76, of Oak

SARAH BERMAN, 87,
died Nov. 28. She leaves
three sons, Sidney, Arnold
and William; a daughter,
Mrs. Anson (Thelma) Seder;
six grandchildren and three
great-grandchildren.
* * *

Park, died Nov. 29. Sur-
vived by her husband,
Samuel; a son, Marshall of
Santa Monica, Calif.; a
daughter, Mrs. Meyer
(Norma) Chudnow; and two
granddaughters.

NAUM BREITSH-
TRUS; 55, died Nov. 26. He

BEN MASLOWSKY, 75,

leaves his wife, Alla; two
sons, Meesha and Feema; a
brother in Russia; and two
grandchildren.

* * *

PEARL CHERNOFF,

77, of Oak Park, died Nov.
30.. Survived by two sons,
Isadore of Trenton, Mich.,
and Ralph of Warren; a
brother, William Schwartz
of Plantation, Fla.; and
seven grandchildren. Serv-
ices 10:30 a.m. today at He-
brew Memorial Chapel.

* * *

SYLVAN COHEN, 80,

of Detroit, died Nov. 20. No
known survivors.
* * *

RUTH FINKELSTEIN,

53, of Birmingham, died
Nov. 24. Survived by her
husband, Marvin; a son,
Arnold; a daughter, Marcia;
and her mother, Mrs. Sylvia
Berkowitz.

* * *
HENRY FISCHER, 58,

former Detroiter of Califor-
nia, died Nov. 21. Survived
by his wife, Mickey; a son,
Alan of Los Angeles; a
daughter, Sheryl of Los
Angeles; and a grandchild.
Interment Mission Hills,
Calif.

;.•

* * *

of Oak Park, died Nov. 30.
Survived by his wife, Mar-
ion; twcysons, Lionel and
Marti-n; a brother, Percy
IVIaslowe; three sisters, Mrs.
Abraham (Anne)
Kleinplatz and Mrs. Harry
(Freda) Abramowitz, both of
Los Angeles, Calif., and
Mrs. Morris (Rose) Sokoloff;
and three grandchildren.
Services 12 noon today at
Hebrew Memorial Chapel.
* * *
SAMUEL MAZUR, 90,
of Baltimore, Md., died Nov.
18. Survived by a son, Mar-
vin of Oak Park; and two
daughters, Mrs. Stella
Siegel of New Hyde Park,
N.Y., and Mrs. Lillian
Schwartz of Baltimore.

* * *
YETTA SEIDMAN, 92,

of Springfield, Ill., died Nov.
19. Survived by two sons,
Sidney of Oak Park and
Robert of Springfield; four
daughters, Mrs. Robert (De-
lla) Hirschbein, Mrs. Morris
(Dorothy) Lynn and Mrs.
Jack (Ruth) Wald, all of Oak
Park, and Sadye of
Springfield; 13 grandchil-
dren and 15 great-grand-
children. Interment
Springfield.
* * *

ALEX WEINER, '87,

died Nov. 24. He leaves his
wife, Anna; two daughters,
Mrs. Raymond (Geri) Stone
and Mrs. Philip (Zenia) Mil-
ler of West Orange, N.J.;
and three grandchildren.

WE REMEMBER



GEORGE .J. SIMONS,

68, former Detroiter of
Tamarac, Fla., died Nov. 24.
He leaves his wife, Bernice;
two daughters, Mrs. Gerald
(Joanne) Weingarden of
Bloomfield Hills and Mrs.
Janet Fitlow of Southfield;
three sisters, Mrs. Ben
(Frances) Lutz of South-
field, Mrs. Manny (Minnie)
Plaskove of Southfield and
Mrs. Earl (Sally) Thiele of
Marco Island, Fla.; and four
grandchildren. Interment
Detroit.

* * *
WALTER SMALL, 67,

of Oak Park, died Nov. 24.

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* * *

BARNEY MILLS, 78,

died Nov. 23. He leaves a
brother, Leslie Miller of
England; and Sam Werney,
Mr. and Mrs. Allen (Ida)
Kramer, Mr. and Mrs. Sid-
ney (Elaine) Barbas, Mr.
and Mrs. Harry (Violet)
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* * *
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GERTRUDE HARRIS, at Israel's Weizmann Insti-
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Nov. 27. Survived by a sis- , the pacemeker missing a
beat.
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Survived by his wife, Tillie;
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ters, Mrs. James (Nadine)
Lipson and Mrs. Robert
(Elisa) Brown; two sisters,
Mrs. Libby Katz of
Montreal, Que., and Mrs.
Milton (Freida) Chernett of
Los Angeles, Calif.; and two
grandchildren.
* * *

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