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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-12-23

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Celia Stone

Celia Stone, a member of
Jewish women's organiza-
tions, died Dec. 16 at age 86.
Born in Kingston, N.Y.,
_Mrs. Stone was a charter
member of East Side Chap-
ter of Bnai Brith, and a
member of Women of
Jewish National Fund and
Women's American ORT.
She leaves three daugh-
ters, Mrs. Harry (Pearl)
Goodman, Mrs. Kenneth
(Claire) Goldin of Encino,
Calif., and Mrs. Herbert
(Sondra) Feinstein; two
brothers, Ben Ersher and
Sidney Ersher; three sis-
ters, Mrs. Ella Cohen, Mrs.
Anna Tanzman and Clara
Gordon of California; six
grandchildren and one
great-grandson.

Phyllis Krause

Phyllis D. Krause, a
member of Jewish com-
munal organizations, died
Dec. 18 at age 62.
A native Detroiter, Mrs.
Krause was a member of
Hadassah, City of Hope,
National Council of Jewish
Women, Women's Ameri-
can ORT and Bnai Brith.
She leaves her husband,
Harry; a son, Steve of
Thousand Oaks, Calif.; a
daughter, Mrs. ,Howard
(Cindy) Babcock; a sister,
Mrs. William (Arlane) Veis
of Encino, Calif.; and four
grandchildren.

B. Rothenberg

Barney Rothenberg, re-
tired owner of Dells Inn in
Waterford Twp., died Dec.
16 at age 82.
Born in New York City,
Mr. Rothenberg was a
member of the Masons, Elks
and Shriners. He owned
Dells Inn from 1942 to 1979.
He leaves • two sons,
Harold and Hanley; a
brother, William; a sister,
Mrs. Maurice (Shirley)
Hasnas; four grandchildren
and four great-grandchil-
dren.

In blessed memory of
our beloved

HYMAN
RIBIAT
ROBERT

Who passed away
Dec. 28, 1980, 21st of
Tevet. Sadly missed and
forever in our hearts.
His loving wife, chil-
dren, grandchildren
and great-grand-
children.

In memory of our be-
loved wife and mother

ROSA
ROSENROTH

On the 11th yahrzeit,
the 19th of Tevet.
Husband David
and Son Max

Mae Kaufman

Henry Wald

Mae L. Kaufman, former
Detroiter and Lansing resi-
dent who was active in a
variety of Jewish and civic
causes, died Dec. 13 at age
72.
Born in Philadelphia,
Mrs. Kaufman resided for
many years in Indianapolis,
Ind., Lansing and Detroit
and at the time of her death
made her home in Boca Ra-.
ton, Fla.
Among her affiliations,
she included: Cong. Beth
Shalom (Oak Park), Cong.
Shaarey Zedek (East Lans-
ing), Azras Achim, Hadas-
sah, City of Hope and was a
volunteer at Sparrow Hos-
pital in Lansing, at the
Kirschbaum Center, and for
the American Red Cross,
United Way and American
Cancer Society.
Mrs. Kaufman is sur-
vived by her husband, Al-
bert; two sons, Barry R. of
Oak Park and Edward J. of
Waitesfield, Vt.; a daugh-
ter, Mrs. Charles (Nancy)
Gladfelter of West Bloom-
field; two brothers, Ben
Ladin of California and
Jack Ladin of Indianapolis;
and six grandchildren.

Henry Wald, past
president of the Ivan S.
Bloch Lodge of Bnai Brith,
died Dec. 16 in North Miami
Beach, Fla. He was 66.
Born in Toronto, Ont.,
Mr. Wald came to Detroit in
1967 and became active in
communal organizations,
among them the Bnai
Moshe Men's Club.
He moved to New York in
1969, where he became a
consultant and adviser to
Puccini Clothes of Fifth
Avenue and was instru-
mental in developing the
clothing firm and then re-
locating it to Florida.
When he moved to
Florida in 1971, Mr. Wald
was among the founders
of a community
synagogue in the Del
Prado condo complex
where he lived. He served
as a lay rabbi at the com-
plex and for the past
three years was its
president.
Mr. Wald is survived by
his wife, Faye; a son, Frank
of Southfield; and a daugh-
ter, Rosalie of North Miami
Beach.

Esther Magy

Esther Hutton Magy, a
member of Jewish com-
munal organizations, died
Dec. 20.
A native Detroiter, Mrs.
Magy was the office man-
ager in her husband's ac-
counting office. She was a
member of Temple Israel,
and held membership in
Women's American ORT
and Hadassah.
She leaves her husband,
Irving S.; a son, Stuart; a
daughter, Ronna Jo of Los
Angeles, Calif.

Manuel Simon

Manuel S. Simon, de-
partment head of counsel-
ing at Mumford High
School, died Dec. 16.
A native Detroiter, Mr.
Simon was with the Detroit
Public Schools for 43 years.
He was a-member of the Na-
tional Association of Tem-
ple Educators and was prin-
cipal of the Temple Israel
High School.
He leaves his wife, Gale; a
son, Bruce of Los Angeles,
Calif.; and a sister, Mrs.
Samuel (Laura) Milan.

Ruth Burnstine

Ruth - Burnstine, a
member of Jewish com-
munal organizations, died
Dec. 16 at age 79.
Born in Detroit, Mrs.
Burnstine was a member of
Cong. Shaarey Zedek and
Hadassah.
She leaves a son, Dr.
David; two daughters, Mrs.
Harold (Barbara) Nelson
and Mrs. Gerald (Jeanne)
Kabeck; a brother, Sam
Block of Los Angeles, Calif.;
nine grandchildren and two
great-grandchildren.

Dr. Sol Forman

Dr. Sol Forman, a dentist
with offices in Southfield,
died Dec. 15.
Born in Russia, Dr. For-
man was a dentist for 52
years. He was a member of
Cong. Shaarey Zedek and
its men's club of which he
was a board member, the
Shaarey Zedek choir and
Bnai Brith.
He leaves his wife, Hilda;
a son, Alan; a daughter,
Carol; a brother, Max of
Royal Palm Beach, Fla.; and
four sisters, Mrs. Harry
(Faye) Cousens, Mrs. David
(Sadie) Novak, Mrs. Jack
(Betty) Evintz of Royal
Palm Beach; and Mrs.
Joseph (Dorothy) Sommers
of _Tiburon, Calif.; and one
granddaughter.

S. Borenstein

Samuel Borenstein, a
former Detroit realtor, died
Dec. 14 in Minneapolis,
Minn. He was 86.
Mr. Borenstein lived most
of his life in Detroit. He
moved to Minneapolis 10
years ago. While in Detroit
he was affiliated with the
Hannah Schloss Old Tim-
ers, Pisgah Lodge of Bnai
Brith and Cong. Beth Tefilo
Emanuel Tikvah.
He is survived by a son,
Rabbi Lawrence of Min-
neapolis; a daughter, Mrs.
Albert (Elaine) Rolnik of
Southfield; a brother,
Donald Burns of Sherman
Oaks, Calif.; six grandchil-
dren and one great-grand-
son. Interment Min-
neapolis.

Every one has a wallet
behind for his own failings,
and one before for the fail-
ings of others.
La Fontaine

OBITUARIES

BORUCH (BORIS)
BERNBAUM, 66, of West
Bloomfield, died Dec. 14.
Survived by his wife, Rose;
two sons, Peretz of Univer-
sity Heights, Ohio, and
Daniel of Austin, Tex.; a
brother, David of Mil-
waukee, Wis.; and four
grandchildren.
* * *
EMMA BRAVERMAN,
87, former Detroiter of
Miami, Fla., died Dec. 11.
Survived by two sons, Ar-
thur of Florida and Joseph
of California; and four
grandchildren. Interment
Miami.
* * *
ELLEN GOLDBERG,
66, former Detroiter of St.
Petersburg, Fla., died Dec.
13. Survived by a daughter,
Mrs. Lawrence (Barbara)
Feiler of Clearwater, Fla.;
two sisters, Mrs. Ben (Syl-
via) Miller of North
Lauderdale, Fla., and Mrs.
Herbert (Edythe) Schelberg
of Southfield; and two
grandchildren. Interment
Florida.
* * *
HERMAN GREEN-
BERGER, 75, of South-
field, died Dec. 20. Survived
by his wife, Helen; a step-
son, Robert Wassermann; a
step-daughter, Mrs. Iry
(Angie) Zeltzer; and two
grandchildren.
* * *
BEN KOPITZ, 70, of
Oak Park, died .Dec. 21.
Survived by his wife, Eve;
two sons, Martin and Mark;
two daughters, Mrs.
Thomas (Paula) Scotnicki of
Union Lake and Mrs. Allan
(Judith) Goodgall; three sis-
ters, Lillian, Mrs. Shirley
Sitner and Mrs. Agnes

Other
Deaths

Singerman; and 11 grand-
children.

* * *

DOROTHY LERNER,
61, of Oak Park, died Dec.
18. Survived by her hus-
band, George; a son,
Michael; two daughters,
Mrs. Richard (Joyce) May
and Mrs. Dennis (Susan)
Moore of Lansing; three
brothers, Morris Shriman,
Hyman Shriman and
Joseph Shriman; three sis-
ters, Mrs. Meyer (Alice)
Werber, Mrs. Philip (Jen-
nie) Bortnick and Mrs. Max
(Sylvia). Hersh, both of
Clearwater, Fla.; and six
grandchildren.
* * *
LEO LUBETSKY, 73, of
Southfield, died Dec. 18.
Survived by his wife, Ger-
trude; three sons, Dr.
Harry, Dr. Michael and Dr.
Martin; a brother, David of
Los Angeles, Calif.; and four
grandchildren.
* * *
MAX RICHMAN, 73, of
Lauderdale Lakes, Fla.,
died Dec. 18. Survived by
his wife, Beatrice; two sons,
Daniel of Massachusetts
and Joel of North Carolina;
three daughters, Mrs. Gail
Bernstein of Willowdale,
Ont., Susan B. of Birming-
ham and Mrs. George
(Linda) Brant of California;
a brother, Sam of South-
field; a sister, Mrs. Nora
Gold of West Palm
Beach, Fla.; and seven
grandchildren. Interment
Detroit:
* * *
PEARL ROTENBERG,
92, of Southfield, died Dec.
16. Survived by a son, Man-

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Betw. 7 and 8 Mile Roads

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Over 60 Years in Same Location!

Helen Rose Scheuer, a
philanthropist and the
mother of Representative
James H. Scheuer, Demo-
crat of the Bronx and
Queens, N.Y., died Dec. 15
in New York at age 88.

Sidney A. Deitch

DETROIT
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14441 W. 11 Mile Rd.

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* * *

Fania Fenelon, whose
story of how she survived
Auschwitz death camp by
performing with an or-
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was made into a controver-
sial TV movie, has died in
Paris at age 75.

MONUMENT CENTER, INC.

661 E. 8 MILE, FERNDALE

11/2 Blocks E. of Woodward
6 Blks. from 3 Jewish
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LI 2-8266

BERG AND
URBACH

NEW YORK — "Chang-
ing Images of the Orthodox
Synagogue," will be the
theme of the 35th annual
midwinter conference of the
Rabbinical Council of
America Jan. 30-Feb. 1 at
the Hamowack Lodge,
Spring Glen, N.Y.

T,
A NAUMAN C IAPEL
IR

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MONUMENTS BY

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Slates Parley

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Next to Stanley Steamer

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THE

Friday, December 23, 1983 63

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uel; a daughter, Mrs. Albert
(Lillian) Kent; a sister, Mrs.
Ida Fox; five grandchildren
and 10 great-grandchil-
dren.

* * *

FANNIE SHER, 89, of
Southfield, died Dec. 17.
Survived by two daughters,
Mrs. Esther Winkler and
Mrs. Joseph (Bertha) Lep-
setz; five grandchildren
and six great-grandchil-
dren.

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.

JOSEPH COSSMAN
SOL FEINBERG •
LIBBY FINE
IDA GUTTERMAN
SADIE LAFER
JOSEPH LANGER
LEO I. LANGER
ESTHER D. PEARLMAN
ROSE SCHULMAN
MAX DELIN
,1EDIS DORFMAN
SARAH DUBIN
HARRY GOLDMAN
SAM GREEN
SOLOMON GREVNIN
JACOB KERRETT
PEARL PELAVIN
ABRAHAM D. SACHS
ETHEL SCHERR
SONIA ABRAMSON
HARRY BLOCH
JACK BOOKSTEIN
BERNARD J. FISCHER
JACOB PORTNOY
SYLVIA ROSENBERG
HARRY C. WOLFE
MIRIAM BERRIS
IDA BOESKY
A.L. DAMEN
HERMAN EIZEN
ANNE HARRIS
RACHEL KAIMAN
REBECCA LEVIN
JACOB LIEBERMAN
MAX LINOVITZ
ROBERT MARGOLIS
JACOB POSS
MYRON ROSENTHAL
BEATRICE VACCARA
BELLA BERLANT
HERMAN K. COHEN
JOSHUA GITLIN
DAVID HESS
BECKIE MASON
SRARH REPITOR
JOE SCHERR
ROSE SCHLOSS
SARAH YUNIS
EVA- ALPERT
ANNA APPLEBAUM
IDA BLUM
DAVID DRAZIN
KOPEL DWORKIN
ESTHER FLAYER
CHARLES T. GELLMAN
NATHAN GOLDMAN
STEVEN D. GROSS
MINNIE HANDLER
ISAAC HENIG
ARCHIE HOFFMAN
SOLOMON LUMBERG
HARRY MORRISON
HEDWIG SCHLOSS
ADELLE STILLERMAN
SAMUEL WEBER
SAM YUSTER
LOUIS BERMAN
ROSE FELDMAN
ALLEN LAWRENCE
LEACH
JACK PASMAN
JOSEPH SPIEGELMAN
ALFRED TRAURIG
FANNIE WEINGARDEN

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Yeshivath Beth
Yehudah

15751 W. Lincoln Dr.
,Southfield
557-6750

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