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January 27, 1984 - Image 71

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-01-27

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Israel Weisman, former
owner of the Modern
Variety Store in Detroit,
died Jan. 18 at age 91.
Born in Poland, Mr.
Weisman lived 44 years in
Detroit. He owned his store
for 35 years. He was retired.
He was a member of Tem-
ple Beth El, the Farband,
Histadrut, Jewish National
Fund, and was past
president of the Gold Star
Parents. He was an honor-
ary member of the Jewish
War Veterans.
Mr. Weisman also held
membership in the Ameri-
can Jewish Congress and
Labor Zionist Alliance.
He leaves his wife, Re-
gina; a son, Donald of Hous-
ton, Tex.; and three grand-
children.

KENNETH S.
MOSS

REBECCA CRANIS,

76, of Livonia, died Jan. 24.
Survived by her husband,
Joseph R.; two daughters,
Mrs. Morey (Arlene)
Hochberger and Mrs.
Robert (Eleanor) Fitzer-
man; three brothers, Sam
Rudin, Irving Rudin and
Harry D. Rudin; a sister,
Mrs. Jack (Sadie) Rice; and
five grandchildren.

* * *

BEA DIAMOND, 63,

former Detroiter of Tar-
zana, Calif., died Jan. 20.
Survived by her husband,
Irving; two sons, Eddie and
Gary; a daughter, Mrs. Bill
(Barbara) Smith; two
brothers, Abe Goren of Oak
Park and Sam Goren of
Southfield; and two grand-
children. Interment Hol-
lywood.

* * *

HARRY EISENBERG,

Feb. 1, 1978

Your memory will be
in my heart forever.

Love,
Nicky

62, of Southfield, died Jan.
25. Survived by his wife,
Evelyn; three daughters,
Mrs. Larry (Michele)
Slutsky, Mrs. Mark (Marti)
Asmus and Mrs. Saul (Ran-
dee) Sharfman; and four
grandchildren.

OBITUARIES

RUTH HOUSMAN of vived by a daughter, Esther
Southfield died Jan. 23. Frank of California; two sis-
Survived by a brother, ters, Sonia of Royal Oak and
Harry; a sister, Mrs. Anna Mrs. Laible (Shoshana)
Newman; nieces, nephews, Hoffmitz of Tel Aviv, Israel;
grandnieces and grand- and two grandsons. Inter-
nephews.
ment California.

* * *

* * *

MORRIS M. KAL-
LUSH, 75, died Jan. 19. He

leaves his wife, Dorothy; a
son, Paul of Redondo Beach,
Calif.; a daughter, Mrs.
Helene Levitsky; and a sis-
ter, Helen.

* * *

SYLVIA DRAZEN
KATZMAN, 69, of Far-

mington Hills, died Jan. 21.
Survived by two sons, Dr.
Jeffrey M. Drazen of Ar-
lington, Mass., and Rabbi
Paul S. Drazen of Omaha,
Neb.; a daughter, Mrs.
David (Judith) Goldis; three
brothers, Michael H.
Wainer, Julius H. Wainer
and Sol M. Wainer; a sister,
Mrs. Paul (Yetta) Fenton of
Charlotte Harbor, Fla.; and
four grandchildren.

* * *

PAULINE LUDWIG,

87, of Southfield, died Jan.
21. Survived by two sons,
* * *
, Seymour and Bernard; a
REBECCA BETTY daughter, Beatrice Braun;
FOGEL, of Windsor, Ont., nine grandchildren and
- In memory of beloved
died Jan. 19. Survived by a seven great-grandchildren.
* * *
mother and grand-
son, Melvin of Allen Park,
mother
Mich.; a daughter, Mrs.
PHIL SASLOVE, 78,
Julius (Helen) Boxenbaum former Detroiter of Reseda,
of Toledo, Ohio; five Calif., died Jan. 17. Sur-
IDA SAKWA
brothers, Harry Laker,
Marvin Laker and James
M. Weingarden
Forever in our hearts
Laker, all of Southfield,
and minds.
Max Weingarden, former
Benjamin Laker of Toronto,
owner of Gardner Furni-
and Dr. Harold Laker of ture, died Jan. 20 at age 72.
Children
and grandchildren
Evanston, Ill.; a sister, Mrs.
Born in Detroit, Mr.
Melvin (Etta) Mermell of Weingarden was a resident
Birmingham; six grand- of Boca Raton, Fla., at the
children and four great-
time of his death. He sold
grandchildren. Interment his business 11 years ago,
Windsor.
after owning it for 25 years.
* * *
He was a member of the
In loving memory of
PAUL GENE, 64, of Furniture Club.
Southfield,
died Jan. 23.
He leaves his wife, Ann;
KENNETH S.
Survived by his wife, Dora;
two daughters, Mrs. Arthur
MOSS
a son, Martin; a daughter,
(Fern) Genser of Far-
Evelyn; and two grandchil-
mington Hills and Mrs.
dren.
Feb. 1, 1978
Harold (Eileen) Rodner of
* * *
Bloomfield Hills; a sister,
Mrs. Harry (Lillian)
You are always in our
HYMAN . CHAIM Antman of Southfield; and
hearts and thoughts,
GINSBERG,92, died Jan. five grandchildren. Inter-
very much missed by
24. He leaves a son, Saul
ment Detroit.
your loving wife, Edee;
Gaines of Margate, Fla.; a
children, Nicky, Jerry
daughter, Mrs. Joseph Harriet Jackson
(Jean) Morrison of Margate;
and Larry; and grand-
Harriet S. Jackson, a
a sister, Mrs. Ben (Lillian)
children.
Elbinger of Tamarac, Fla.; member of Jewish com-
seven grandchildren and 11 munal organizations, died
Jan. 24 at age 90.
great-grandchildren.
Born in Au Sable, Mich.,
Mrs. Jackson lived 33 years
I n Loving Memory Of
in Detroit. She was a
member of Cong. Shaarey
Zedek, Hadassah, Women's
American ORT, Louis Mar-
shall Chapter of Bnai Brith
A precious one from us is gone
and National Jewish
A voice we loved is stilled
Hospital/National Asthma
A place is vacant in our heart
Center.
She leaves two daughters,
That never can be filled.
Mrs. Albert (Betty) Shaffer
and Josephine; a sister, Ann
Sadly missed by his wife,
Solomon; four grandchil-
Mary; family and all who knew
dren and two great-grand-
him.
sons.

HARRY SKLAR, 65, of

Southfield, died Jan. 24 in
Pompano Beach, Fla. Sur-
vived by his wife, Shirley;
two sons, Ira and Mark; a
daughter, Jane; a brother,
Fred Sklarchyk; and one
grandchild. Services 10:30
a.m. today at Hebrew
Memorial Chapel.

* * *

HARRY WEISER, 81, of

West Bloomfield, died Jan.
21. Survived by his wife,
Gertrude; two daughters,
Elaine Mendelsohn and
Mrs. Arnold (Rosalie) Saxon
of Richmond, Va.; and five
grandchildren.

* *

died Jan. 24. Survived by a

Ruth Meyer

Ruth C. Meyer, a member
of Jewish communal organ-
izations, died Jan. 20 at age
71.
A native Detroiter, Mrs.
Meyer was the chairwoman
of the Sinai Hospital gift
shop from 1967 to 1974. She
was active in tasks on be-
half of scouting and was a
member of the Book Study
Club.
She leaves her husband,
Joseph; two daughters, Mrs.
Dennis (Peggy) Frank and
Nancy; and two grand-
children.

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* * *

SAMUEL WINEMAN,

86, of former Detroiter of

Las Vegas, Nev., died Jan.
21. Survived by his wife,
Edith; a son, Mervyn of
Southfield; three daugh-
ters, Sandra of Las Vegas,
Theresa Renucci and Bar-
bara Novak, both of North
Miami, Fla.; a sister, Mrs.
Robert (Millie) Ron of
Southfield; seven grand-
children and two great-
grandchildren. Services in —
Las Vegas.

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.

SHEVAT JAN.
HERBERT B. BUNIN
18 22
CHAIM J. DIAMOND
25 29
ISRAEL GLICKLIN
18 22
SARAH GOLDMAN
25 29
JOSEPH GOLDBERG
18 22
ROSE LAPINSKY
25
29
MORRIS GOLDBERG
18 22
JULIA LEBOVICS
25
29
LEO KAUFMAN
18 22
MENDEL SIMON
25 29
MOLLY KOBRIN
18 22
HYMAN WATERSTONE
25 29
CELIA LAFER
18 22
NATHAN BAKALAR
26
30
HERMAN J. LAZARUS
18 22
WOLF COHEN
26 30
ARTHUR E. PLOTNICK
18 22
TILLIE FELDMAN
26 30
FRANK SEARS
18 22
ESTHER GLICKSMAN
26 30
SAMUEL SHERMAN
18 22
JOHANNA KAROL
26
30
FANNIE SMITH
18 22
SELMA S. LEVINE
26 30
BELLA BAND
19 23
THEODORE LIPMAN
26 30
GEORGE S. COBITZ
19 23
SINA SCHULIST
26 30
LOUIS COHEN
19 23
JENNIE SHORE
26 30
LIBBIE DUBRINSKY
19 23
LEON J. SIMON
26 30
JACK GOLDING
19 23
GEOFFREY I. SPECTOR
26 30
WILLIAM GREENSTEIN
19 23
FANNIE YAKER
26 30
DAVID KAUFMAN
19 23
HYMAN ALTMAN
27 31
SADIE LICHTENBERG
19 23
ERNEST H. CHAYET
27 31
MORRIS SINGER
19 23
MELVIN EARL DUCHAN
27 31
ALLEN ROBERT TRAURIG 19 23
SOPHIE ENGELMAN
27 31
ROSE A. ZEIFMAN
19 23
RUBEN GREVNIN
27 31
MAX FRIEDMAN
20 24
ROSE HERSHMAN
27 31
DAVID KAHRNOFF
20 24
PEARL PATENT
27 31
SANDRA KARMAZIN
20 24
HELEN E. SILVER
27 31
ANN MAGID
20 24
LILLIAN ZEIDMAN
27 31
SARAH REVZIN
20 24
FEB.
MAX C. SHIOVITZ
20 24
ROSE FELDSTEIN
28 1
GERTRUDE TEITELBAUM
20 24
HANNCHEN HESS
28 1
MOLLIE HOFFMAN
21 25
ALBERT KANFER
28 1 .
REIZEL KERTES
21 25
MAX KAPLAN
28
1 •
SAMUEL NEIMARK
21 25
JACK LUBLIN

28 1
BESSIE RADNER
21 25
ABRAHAM MEYERS
28 1
ERNEST WEINBERG
21 25
DAVID MORRIS
28 1
IRVING WEISSMAN
21 25
BENJAMIN A. POLLACK
28
1
SAMUEL YAGODA
21 25
JOSEPH PHILLIP RUFFSKY 28 1
ABRAHAM BOLKER
22 26
MARY ERLICH
29 .2
PAULA COHN
22 26
MARY FILL
29 2
RACHEL GLAZER
22 26
EUGENE J. GOODMAN
29 2
HYMAN GORSHOWITZ
22 26
SAMUEL GORE
29 2
MORRIS MARKOFSKY
22 26
PAULA M. GREENBLATT
29 2 '
BENJAMIN MILLER
22 26
LEAH HIRSCH
29 2
MEYER ROBINER
22 26
ESTHER F. KLAUS
29 2
BESSIE SCHECHTER
22 26
BERNICE LAKIAN
29 2
BERNARD SCHWARTZ
22 26
HERMAN SCHEN
29 2
ROBERT H. SINGER
22 26
SIMA KAILA B' MOSHE
29 2
MORRIS WEINER
22 26
MAX WAIN
29 2
SAMUEL H. WAINGER
22 26
BEN WEIDER
29 2
CHANA R. APPLEBAUM
23 27
BEN BARNETT
30 3
FANNIE BLINDER
AARON LOUIS BERG
30 3
BLONDER
23 27
BENJAMIN BRONCWAIG
30 3
SAMUEL CARMEN
23 27
LOUIS M. DUNN
30 3
MOLLE COHEN
23 27
ERNA EISCH
30 3
SOL COPIN
23 27
CHASHE M. LEVENSON
30 3
SOPHIE FREED
23 27
HYMAN ROSEN
30 3
ANNA R. GOLDBERG
23 27
MIRIAM SCHEY
30 3
HARRY JACKSON
23 27
DORA SEIDEL
30 3
LAWRENCE N. KELLER
23 27
LEO N. SPECTOR
30 3
ANNETTE M. KUNICK
23 27
ABRAHAM WOLOK
30 3
NETTIE KWARTOWITZ
ABRAHAM WOLOK
30 3
SCHECHTER
23 27
ADAR
FANNY A. SMITH
23 27
DAVID DAVIS
1 4
FAY TEITELBAUM
23 27
ALBERT DVORKIN
1 4
DEVORAH GOLDFARB
24 28
JOSEPH FREEDMAN
1 4
LENA HOLTZMAN
24 28
ABRAHAM GOOK
1 4
JENNIE MANDELBAUM
24 28
MAX HARRIS
1 4
PEARL ROTTENBERG
24 28
FRANK E. LEIDERMAN
1
4
GEORGE ALLEN
25 29
SAUL MARX
1 4
JOSEPH BENJAMIN
25 29
FANNIE REMER
1 4
MORRIS BERNSTEIN
25 29
RUTH SELTZER
1 4
RACHEL DANN
25 29
ASHER SMITH
1 4
MARY WEINGARDEN
1 4

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son, Dr. Arnold Winshall;
two daughters, Mrs. Hilda
Bunny Cooper and Mrs.
Miles (Evelyn) Zeeman; two
brothers, Dr. Herman Ches-
luk of Long Beach, Calif.,
and Arthur of Santa
Monica, Calif.; a sister, Mrs.
Laura Pollock; and nine
grandchildren.

*

REGINA WINSHALL -
DACH, 76, of Birmingham,

JOSEPH I.
GORDON

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