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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-12-30

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Dr. W. Deutsch

Meyer Please

Dr. William Deutsch, a
physician who practiced in
Royal Oak for 40 years, died
Dec. 25 at age 68.
Born in Highland Park,
Dr. Deutsch was a member
of the Masons, Shriners,
Franklin Hills Country
Club, and was on the stafffs
of St. Joseph and Sinai Hos-
pitals. He was retired.
He leaves his wife, Viv-
ian; two sons, Anthony of
San Diego, Calif., and
Henry of Cincinnati, Ohio; a
brother, Richard; and two
grandchildren.

Meyer Please, former
stage manager at the
Masonic Temple, died Dec.
24 at age 84.
Born in Russia, Mr.
Please came to the U.S. in
1911. He also worked as a
stagehand at the old
Shubert, Lafayette and
Wilson theaters in Detroit.
He retired in 1973 after 25
years as stage manager of
the Masonic.
He was a 60-year member
of the Stagehands Union
and the first recipient of its
gold card.
Mr. Please is survived by
his wife, Shirley; two
daughters, Mrs. Sidney
(Marilyn) Frumkin and
Mrs. Fred (Barbara) Gar-
finkel; a sister, Mrs. Rose
Lash of Chicago, Ill.; five
grandchildren and three
great-grandchildren.

In loving

memory of

DR. MORTON

HOCHMAN

Who passed away
Dec. 27, 1982. Sadly mis-
sed by his wife, children
and grandchildren.

In cherished memory
of

MYER
LITTKY

Jan. 3, 1981

Always in our hearts.
Loving wife, Sarah;
children, Ruth,
Robert and Phyllis;
and grandchildren

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Imemommom ■

In loving memory of my
dear grandmother

JENNY
WEINSTEIN

Who passed away
Jan. 3, 1981. Feelings of
great loss are still with
me and will never leave,
and memories of her
will always be with me.
Shari

Morry Fenton

Morry M. Fenton, an at-
torney who practiced law for
63 years and the oldest
practicing attorney in De-
troit, died Dec. 27 at age 85.
Born in Norfolk, Va., Mr.
Fenton was graduated from
the University of Detroit
Law School in 1920. He was
honored as a 50-member of
the State Bar of Michigan.
Mr. Fenton was a member
of‘the American and Michi-
gan Bar Associations, a life
member of Temple Beth El,
a life member of Knoliwood
Country Club and was
active in tasks on behalf of
the Allied Jewish Cam-
paign.
He leaves two daughters,
Mrs. Gordon (Arlene)
Beaumont and Mrs. Clifford
(Muriel) Chadwick; five
brothers, Joseph; Dr. Meryl,
Albert, Herman and Fred-
erick; two sisters, Mrs. Bar-
ney (Marian) Smith and
Mrs. Albert (Ethel) Pierce;
six grandchildren and seven
great-grandchildren. Serv-
ices 1 p.m. today at Ira
Kaufman Chapel.

In blessed and beloved memory of our
dearly departed

LILY MARGOLIS

Who passed away Dec. 28, 1966. Sadly
missed and always remembered.

Her loving children, grandchildren
and gieat-grandchildren

In loving memory of

ANNA PEARLMAN

Mother and Bubie who is thought about
often and missed dearly.

The Tarockoff, Brightman
and Ross Families

THE

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Archeology Bill
Protest Draws
400 at Haifa U.

I

HAIFA — More than 400
students, archeologists and
faculty memders attended a
meeting at Haifa Univer-
sity last monhn hm th to
protest the "archeology bill"
currently before the Knes-
set.
Prof. Benjamin Mazar,
one of Israel's leading ar-
cheologists, urged those in
attendance to marshall pub-
lic opinion against the bill,
which calls for a ban on ex-
cavation at any site which
previously may have served
as a cemetery. According to
Prof. Mazar, the law was
proposed by Likud members
as a concession to Israel's
religious parties and is
about to be passed for the
sole purpose of keeping the
Likud in power.
The law, if passed, accord-
ing to Haifa University
Prof. Moshe Dothan, "will
prevent any continuous ar-
cheological excavations,
will hamper studies of our
land and its heritage and
will endanger the freedom
of science."

MARY BRENNER, 88,
of Redford Twp., died Dec.
25. Survived by two sons,
Dr. Henry of Whittier,
Calif., and Saul; two daugh-
ters, Mrs. Mildred B.
Rowlson and Mrs. Carl
(Lila) Lessen; a sister, Mrs.
Bella Brown; 11 grandchil-
dren and 12 great-grand-
children.

Minnie Garfield

Minnie Garfield, a
member of Jewish women's
organizations and a volun-
teer for the Red Cross, died
Dec. 26 at age 82.
Born in London, England,
Mrs. Garfield was a member
of Hadassah, Women's
American ORT, Order of the
Eastern Star and Cong.
Shaarey Zedek Sisterhood.
She leaves her husband,
David; a son, Alvin of
Chicago, Ill.; a daughter,
Mrs. Alfred (Charlotte)
Burnstein; three grandchil-
dren and two great-grand-
children.

Herman Gordon

Herman S. Gordon, re-
tired owner of King Cole
Supermarkets in Detroit,
died Dec. 21 at age 83. .
Born in Russia, Mr. Gor-
don was a member of the
Crescent Shrine Club.
He leaves his wife, Ann; a
daughter, Mrs. Ervin (Ei-
leen) Gold; step-children,
Jack Frankford and Mrs.
Seymour (Ilene) Gretchko;
seven grandchildren and
three great-grandchildren.

Louis Lichtig

Louis N. Lichtig, a furni-
ture manufacturer's repre-
sentative, died Dec. 23 at
age 64.
A native Detroiter, Mr.
Lichtig was a member of
Temple Beth El, Bnai Brith
and the Furniture Travel-
ers Association.
He leaves his wife, Maj-
ken; two daughters, Mrs.
Ross (Carol) Fridson and
Cathy; his mother, Mrs.
Helen Lichtig; a sister, Mrs.
Barbara Kux; and two
grandchildren.

r-/-
NAUMAN

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Friday, December 30, 1983 41

OBITUARIES

** *
ABRAHAM J. BURKE,

65, former Detroiter of
Houston, Tex., died Dec. 24.
Survived by his wife, Louise
P.; three sons, Robert L. of
West Bloomfield, Herman
A. Lusky of Dallas, Tex.,
and Malvern D. Lusky of
Houston; a daughter, Joan
L. Levy of Houston; two
brothers, Irving of Florida
and Nathan of- Southfield;
and eight grandchildren.
Interment Houston.
* * *
ANNE COHEN, 83, of
Southfield, died Dec. 23.
Survived by a son, Marvin;
a daughter, Mrs. Louis
(Adele) Levine; seven
grandchildren and 11
great-grandchildren.
* * *
NANCY B. COHN, 42,
died Dec. 27. She leaves her
husband, Dr. Alan; two
sons, Matthew and Justin;
her mother, Mrs. Phillip
(Bee) Bleecker of Delray
Beach, Fla.; a sister, Mrs.
Daniel (Joyce) Reider of
Closter, N.J.

* * *

FAY MORSE GRAN-
ADER, 76, died Dec. 21.

She leaves a son, Joel; and
two grandchildren.
* * *

EDWARD PAUL
HAMMER, 29, of Oak

Park, died Dec. 22. Survived
by his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Bernard (Esther) Hammer;
two brothers, Ronald M. and
Richard E.; and his grand-
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben
(Clara) Foon.
* * *

CRAINA
NAOMI.
KNOLL, 44, died Dec. 22.

She leaves her husband,
Richard; three sons, Jay,
David and Michael; a
brother, Milton Einstandig;
and her father, Philip
Einstandig.

** *
MORRIS KRANIES,

Los Angeles, Calif.; a
brother, Harry; a sister,
Mrs. Rose Goldfarb; two
grandchildren and two
great-grandchildren.
* *'*

ROSE SCHREIBER,

75, of Southfield, died Dec.
95, of Oak Park, died Dec. 25. Survived by a son,
27. Survived by two sons, Maurice; two daughters,
Alec Cranis and Joseph Mrs. Gabriel (Edith) Groner
Cranis; two daughters, Mrs. of Palo Alto, Calif., and Mrs.
Jean Berkowitz and Mrs. Marvin (Shirley) Wolff of
Murray (Pauline) Kaback of Anaheim, Calif.; a brother,
Sunrise, Fla.; three Albert Goren of Northridge,
brothers, Louis Cranis, Calif.; a sister, Mrs. Abe
Joseph Cranis and Aaron (Becky) Nessel; and seven
Burns of California; four grandchildren.
grandchildren, four great-
* * *
grandchildren and one
HERMAN
SHORR, 70,
great-great-grandchild.
former Detroiter of Pem-
* * *
broke Pines, Fla., died Dec.
MARY LUMBERG, 71, 26. Survived by his wife
of Southfield, died Dec. 28. Sally; a son, Dr. Allen of
Survived by a son, Eugene; West Bloomfield; a daugh-
a daughter, Mrs. Samuel ter, Mrs. Mark (Sheila) Fen-
(Bernice) Markel; two sis- ton of West Bloomfield;
ters, Mrs. James (Rita) Pav- three sisters, Mrs. Faye
loff of Miami Beach, Fla., Tashman, Mrs. Jeanette
and Mrs. Ruby (Esther) Calfin and Mrs. Bernard
Lubarsky; and five grand- (Laura) Allen, all of South-
children.
field; and six grandchildren.
* * *
* * *
JOSHUA WILLIAM
PAULINE STEIN, 87,
MYERS, 75, former De- former Detroiter of Ft.
troiter of Houston, Tex., Lauderdale, Fla., died Dec.
died Dec. 17. Survived by 20. She leaves a son, Dr.
his wife, Dorothy; two sons, Benjamin C. of Southfield; a
Dr. Joel of Seattle, Wash., daughter, Mrs. William
and Dr. Robert of New York (Ruth) Brailovsky of Ft.
City; two brothers, David Lauderdale; two brothers,
and Sol, both of Southfield; George Richmond of Grosse
and two sisters, Rose Mar- Pointe and Harry Richmond
kowitz and Edith Friedman, of Southfield; a sister, Mrs.
both of Southfield. Inter- George (Edith) Sturman of
ment Houston.
Oak Park; five grandchil-
* * *
dren and 13 great-grand-
FRANCES NEWMAN, children. Interment De-
66, died Dec. 28. She leaves troit.
two sons, Henry H. and
Robert B.; a brother, David
Sidney A. Deitch
Levine; two sisters, Mrs.
DETROIT
Max (Ann) Wagner and
Mrs. William (Beatrice)
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Kaufman Chapel.

* * *

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JACK ROTH, 85, died

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Attorney Nahum Bernstein
Noted for Service to Israel

NEW YORK — Nahum
Bernstein, a New York at-
torney who helped the
fledgling state of Israel,
died Dec. 26 at age 76.
Mr. Bernstein helped set
up Materials for Israel, Is-
rael Speaks and Americans
for Hagana. According to
the New York Times, Mr.
Bernstein went to pre-state
Israel in 1947 to help estab-
lish an intelligence service
and an Israeli air force.
He is a recipient of Is-
rael's Fighters for Freedom
Award. He also was a foun-
der and president of the
Jerusalem Fund, which has
established parks, commu-
nity centers and cultural

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In 1950, he set up a law
office in Israel specializing
in bringing American in-
dustries to the Jewish state.

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Other
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,URBACH

Frances Fried Rosen-
stein, a philanthropist and

the first president of the
women's division of the
American Technion
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Dec. 22 at age 88.

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