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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-01-06

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Friday, January 6, 1984 63

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

OBITUARIES

BERNIE ABRAMS died
Jan. 4. He leaves nieces and
nephews.

* * *

-

NATALIE BARISH, 71,
died Dec. 30. She leaves a
brother, Louis of Ballwin,
Mo.; and two sisters, Mrs.
Manuel (Sarah) Radner and
Mrs. David (Esther) Farber.

Kruger of Brooklyn, N.Y.,
and Mrs. Morton (Sylvia)
Kaplan; and seven grand-
children.

* * *

William Gonek, Sam Gonek
of Skokie, Ill., Charles
Gonek of Columbus, Ohio
and Meyer Gonek.

Jackson; and two grand-
children.

EDSEL I. KERSHEN-
BAUM, 100 , of Southfield,

72, former Detroiter of
North Miami, Fla., died
Dec. 31. Survived by a son,
Dr. Larry of Farmington
Hills; a daughter, Mrs.
Kenneth (Madge) Wilson of
Oak Park; a brother, Louis
of Miami, Fla.; three sisters,
Mrs. Hyman (Yetta)
Nerenberg of Southfield,
Mrs. Edward (Mary) Hecht
of Los Angeles, Calif., and
Mrs. Adolf (Ann) Pleasant
of Miami Beach, Fla.; and
eight grandchildren.
Interment North Miami.

* * *

* *'*

LILLIAN HALPERIN,
64, died Dec. 28. She leaves

NATHAN SANDLER,

'

her husband, Rubin; two died Dec. 29. Survived by
sons, Joel S. of Grand six sons, Abe of Springfield,
Rapids and Robert; five Mo., Meyer, Jack, Belmont,
* * * -
daughters, Maxine, Mrs. Leonard L. and Aaron; a
JOSPEH GOLD, 93, of Jerome (Rochelle) Begel of daughter, Mrs. Alfred L.
West Bloomfield, died Jan. Buffalo Grove, Ill., Debra (Harriet) Edwards; 17
3. Survived. by his wife, Anne of Boulder, Colo., Mrs. grandchildren and 10
Minnie; two sons, Seymour Dennis (Ellen) Higdon of La great-grandchildren.
* * *
and Harold; two daughters, Porte, Ind., and Mrs. Mar-
Mrs. Jerome (Annette) jorie Halperin of Chicago,
BENJAMIN KRA-
Ill.; a brother, Albert Chait;
WOOD, 65, of Clawson,
a sister, Mrs. Archie (Helen) died Dec. 30. Survived by
Caplan of Windsor; and two sisters, Mrs. Edward
In Memoriam
nine grandchildren.
(Marion) Rudner and Mrs.
* * *
In loving memory of my
Harry (Helen) Starr.
husband, Oscar Rap-
* * *
ALBERT S. KARSE, 49,
poport, who died Jan. 1, of Bay City, died Dec. 30.
JOSEPHINE LASKY,
1983. Missed by wife, Survived by his wife, Myra;
62, of Oak Park, died Dec.
Pauline; children, Lloyd two sons, Richard of Aurora, 28. Survived by a son, David
and Ilene; and granddaugh- Colo., and Howard of Torr- I.; a daughter, Mrs. Ira (De-
ter, Sherie.
ance, Calif.; his parents, Mr. bra) Saperstein; two
and Mrs. Dave (Jennie) brothers, Jerome Solomon
Karse of Bay City; three sis- and Arnold Solomon; and
In loving memory of
ters, Mrs. Jack (Alice) Wirt four grandchildren.
our beloved mother,
of Bay City, Mrs. Jules
* * *
grauduiother and
(Leah) Cash of Florida and
ANDOR MITTER-
great-grandmother
Mrs. Albert (Florence) MAN, 68, of Oak Park, died
Brenner of Essexville, Dec. 31. Survived by his
ROSE
Mich.; and two grandchil- wife, Mery; two brothers,
dren. Interment Bay City.
GORNBEIN
Albert of Roselle, N.J., and
* * -*
Bela of Dumont, N.J.; nieces
Who passed away on
ANNE KASELEMAS, and nephews.
Dec. 30, 1982. Sadly mis-
75, of Detroit, died Jan. 2.
* * *
sed and forever in our
Survived by two sons, Dr.
SAM ROSENBLATT,
hearts.
Arthur and Bernard; five
72, former Detroiter of El-
brothers, Joseph Gonek,
lenville, N.Y. died Dec. 21.
Survived by his
'
wife, Ar-
lene; two sons,, William and
Edward, both of New York:
a daughter, Sharon of De-
troit; three sisters,]betty
Corbin of Beverly Hills,
Calif., Mari Tischler of To-
Jan. 9, 1978
ledo, Ohio , and Anita Pens-
ler of West Bloomfield.
"Talk to Me."
Interment Ellenville.

MAUREEN CYRIL
ELLMAN

* * *

Remembered and sadly missed by her
mother, Sylvia Stone Ellman, and family.

In memory of our dear beloved
Mother who passed away
Jan. 20, 1969

MINNIE A. ZACK

ARTHUR A. ROSNER,

62, former Detroiter ofBoca
Raton, Fla., died Jan. 1.
Survived by his wife, Grace;
a son, S. Jeffrey of Palo Alto,
Calif.; three daughters,
Marjorie and Ellen, both of
Washington, D.C., and
Heidi of Hermosa Beach,
Calif.; a brother, Harold of-
Dayton, Ohio; and two sis-
ters, Sylvia Stoller and
Marilyn Markel, both of
Southfield. Interment
Florida.

* * *

* * *

SHEINA SHTROM of
Oak Park died Jan. 3. Sur-
vived by-her husband, Sam;
a daughter, Frances Brand;
two brothers, Abe Bednarsh
and Charles Bednarsh; a
sister, Mrs. Sarah Neisen-
baum of Brooklyn, N.Y.;
three grandsons and one
great-grandson. Services
10:30 a.m. today at Hebrew
Memorial Chapel.

MONUMENT CENTER, INC.

661 E. 8 MILE, FERNDALE
11/2 Blocks E. of Woodward

6 Blks. from 3 Jewish
Cemeteries on Woodward

LI 2-8266

19800 WOODWARD AVE.

Betw. 7 and 8 Mile Roads

Phone 368-3550
Over 60 Years in Same Location"

Sidney A. Deitch
. DETROIT
MONUMENT WORKS

14441 W. 11 Mile Rd.

Gardner, bitty. Coolidge I Greenfield

died Jan. 3. She leaves her
husband, Joseph R.; three
sons, Jeffrey, Jonathan and
James of Clearwater, Fla.; a
brother, Yale Aronoff of

399-2711 Eve. 626-0330

' .

MONUMENTS BY

BERG
URBACH,

JWB Appointee

Who is sadly missed and will always be
remembered as the most beautiful mother
in the world, by her children and grand-
children.

NEW YORK —'Donald S.
Scher, former executive di-
rector of the Jewish Corn-
munity Center of Greater
Phoenix, has been named
director of JWB's Israel
office.

JO 4-5557

SHELDON
*
MONUMENT COMPANY

* * *

Thursday
Jan. 5, 1984
First day of Shevat

AND;

FINE MONUMENTS
SINCE 1910

I RA

Man is a political animal.

AUFMAN

* * *

BEN WASSER, 79, of

Southfield, died Jan. 4. Sur-
vived by his wife, Dora; a
son, Laurence; a daughter,
Mrs. Ira (Judith) Samuels;
and four grandchildren.

* * *

SAMUEL WEISBERG,

76, of Centerline, died Jan.

18325 W. 9 Mile Rd. Southfield, Mi. 48075 • Ira Kaufman •

JEANETTE WEISS, 66,
of Oak Park, died Dec. 30.
Survived by her husband,
Lester; a son, Ronald E.; a
daughter, Marilyn; a sister,
Mrs. Al (Bertha) Shipp; and
one grandchild.

* * *

ISADORE WILLIS, 93,
died Jan. 1. He leaves his
wife, Sonia; two daughters,
Mrs. Harold (Ruth) Garber
and Mrs. Charles (Lenore)
Ressler; eight grp.ndchil-
dren and five great-grand-
children.

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.

TEVES JAN.
STELLA HELFAND
26 1
HELEN KAPLAN
26 1
SARAH LAPINSKY
26 1
SADIE MALTZMAN
26
JULIUS NACHMAN
26 1
MINNIE PECHENSKY
26 1
MAX SCHLANGE
26 1
JACOB SUKENIC
26 1
RUTH UNGERLEIDER
26 1
ISSIE WROTSLAVSKY
26 1
NORMAN DIEM
27 2
ROSE EISENMAN
27 2
MEYER FALK
27 2
MEYER MIRSKY
27 2
HELEN RADNER
27 2
FANNY SHER
27 2
BENJAMIN DANZER
28 3
LILLIAN EPSTEIN
28 3
HELEN MANDELL
28 3
JACOB ROTHBARD
28 3
BORUCH SHAPIRO
28 3
MOLLIE WEINGARDEN
28 3
GEORGE CETRON
29 4
MARY G. GOODMAN
29 4
MOLLIE GREENSPOON
29 4
CHARLES KATZ
29 4
GLADYS MALLIN
-29 4
BEATRICE SHOOB
29 4
PEARL ZEFF VOLKOVICH
29 4
ROSE FERSHTMAN
29 4
SHEVAT
SAUL H. COHEN
1 5
FRUMA EDELMAN
1 5
ADOLPH FELDMAN
1 5
LOUIS GRUSKIN
1 5
SADIE HORNICK
1 5
FANNIE PATLOJOHN
1 5
DR. IRWIN PAVORSKY
1 5
YETTA PLOTNIK
1 5
ANNA POSNER
1 5
BLUMA ROSENBLOOM
1 5
RACHEL SACHS
1. 5
SYLVIA WEISS
1 5
MINNIE ZACK
1 5
SARAH FINLEY COPIN
2 6
SARAH FABER
2 6
SARAH KAPLAN
2 6
FANNY LUBOW
2 6
BECKY MALTZ
2 6
DOROTHY PASTOR
2 6
ISADOR BUCHFIRER
3 7
ZESSE KATZ
3 7
MORRIS LEVITT
3 7
FLORA LEVY
3 7
ANNA MINDLIN
3 7
MAX P. NISKAR
3 7
BERNARD ROLLIN
3 7
SARAAH SAKS
3 7
MOSES H. THORN
3 7

ABRAHAM M. CORN
EDWARD J. FEINBERG
SARAH HOOTNER
FRIEDA KABECK

4
4
4
4

8
8
8
8

JACOB KARBAL
LOUIS KIDECKEL
ESTHER PECHENSKY
ROSE POLLACK
MAX SITRIN
ABRAM ARKADIER
ALBERT A. BERGER
PERRY FEIGENSON
MARTIN KEITH IWREY
MAX MILGROM
SHELDON B. RICHIE
HARRY AVERBACH
SAM COHEN
SIDNEY FELDMAN
DINA MANHEIM
JOSEPH PENFIL
DR. ROBERT W.
ROSENBAUM
MIKE SNIDER
ESTHER STEINBERG
HORENSE TOBIN
ESTHER WETSTEIN
NORMAN BARCUS
IRVING GILBERT
TERESA GOLDBERG
ROSE FRIEDMAN
SAM Z. HIRSCHMAN
REBECCA KAS OFF
ABRAHAM SCHLOSS
MORRIS SCHWARTZ
YISROEL YAMPOLSKY
LOUIS BLOTNICK
SAMUEL COBITZ
BERNARD COHN
DUBA DENEMARK
MATLE DIAMOND
SAM LEIDER
YETTA LOPATIN
SAMUEL M.
REICHSTEIN
ALYCE ROOD
CELIA FINE
JACOB GOTTLIEB
PEARL HELPER
HAROLD W. ISSER
JOSEPH JONES
FREDA KRAKOW
REUBEN LEVIN
MORRIS ROSENBERG
FANNIE SHAPIRO
MIKE SIEGEL
EDWARD L. SMALL
YAAKOV ZVI STERN
MARY STILLWATER
REBECCA BERMAN
JOSEPH H. HELLER
LOUIS LEVIN
MR. J. LEVIN
ELEANOR RALPH
LOUIS SHERMAN
ZELIG TEREBELO
CHARLES TUKEL
DR. MORRIS YAMSHON
REBECCA ZUSSMAN

Yeshivath Beth
Yehudah

LI 4-2212

15751 W. Lincoln Dr.
,Southfield
557-6750:

Next to Stanley Steamer

CHAPEL

3. Survived by a brother, Dr.
Allen; and a sister, Mrs.
Saul (Leah) Linick.

WE REMEMBER

13405 CAPITAL at Coolidge

OAK PARK -

THE

Dec. 29. Survived by a son,
Fred S. of Ann Arbor; two
daughters, Mrs. Stanley
(Faye) Yates of Ames,
Iowa, and Mrs. Joel (Nancy)
Hearshen; a sister, Mrs.
Bess Greenwald of Israel;
and six grandchildren.

CELIA SCHREIBER,

former Detroiter of Santa
Monica, Calif., died Dec. 28.
Survived by two sons, Philip
and Dr. Samuel, both of
California; a daughter, II-
jana Gardner of California;
two brothers, Morris
Fishman of Southfield and
Edward Fishman of West
Bloomfield; two sisters,
Freda Bromberg of Oak
Park and Fannie Vereecke
of Detroit; and five grand-
children. Interment
California.

RITA LYNN ROTH, 58,'

15th year yahrzeit was observed

NATHANIEL STEIN-
GOLD, 89, of Detroit, died

INC

Funerals To All
Jewish Cemeteries

*Dakti4Xechner •

569-•020

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