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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-02-03

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, February 3, 1984 11

OBITUARIES

SAMUEL BLECH-
MAN, 68, died Jan. 31. He

leaves his wife, May; two
sons, Dan of Encino, Calif.,
and Jim of Santa Monica,
Calif.; and a sister, Mrs. Ab-
raham (Sarah) Silver.

* * *

HAROLD
LEON
BROWN, 48, former De-

troiter of Hollywood, Fla.,
died Jan. 27. Survived by
his wife, Ruth; two daugh-
ters, Mrs. John (Phyllis)
McConnley of Florida and
Stacy of Hollywood; a
brother, Raymond of Walled
Lake; a sister, Mrs. Paul
(Marsha) Math of Oak Park;
and one granddaughter.

* * *

Survived by his wife, Anna
(Yampolsky).

* * *

BERTHA R. COLVIN,

86, died Jan. 28. She leaves
two sons, Dr. Wallace and
Arnal of San Diego, Calif.;
three sisters, Bessie
Richmond, Mrs. Mayer
(Frieda) Ostrow and Mrs.
Dorothea Salle of Menlo
Park, Calif.; six grandchil-
dren and four great-grand-
children.

* * *

BEN FELDMAN, 74, of
Southfield, died Jan. 30.
Survived by his wife, Min-
nie; a daughter, Sandra Joy;
and a brother, Louis Fields.

* * *

JEAN GITTLEMAN,

EDWARD BUNIN, 77,

of Oak Park, died Jan. 28.

The Family
of the Late

YETTA
FELDMAN

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

In loving memory of

ARTHUR
KLEE

Feb. 2, 1980
Forever in our hearts
and minds. Sadly mis-
sed by wife, Lily; daugh-
ters, Rosetta and
Brenda; and grandchil-
dren.

In loving memory of
beloved Wife, Mother
and Grandmother

MARIANNE
HOROWITZ

I

Who passed away on
Feb. 3, 1983. Sadly mis-
sed and forever in our
hearts.

In beloved memory of
our brother

WILLIAM
GEORGE
CAPLAN

Who left us Feb. 6,
1941. There is a link
death cannot sever, but
remembrance last
forever. Sadly missed
by his brother, Dr. B.B.
Caplan, and his family
of Columbus, Ohio, and
sister, Mrs. Nathan
(Ann) Feldman, and
family of North Miami,
Fla.

THE

* * *

JACK LEEMON, 69,

former Detroiter of Lake-
land, Fla., died Jan. 31.
Survived by his wife,
Sophia; two sons, Arnold A.
of West Bloomfield and
David Rosen of Lathrup Vil-
lage; four daughters, Mrs.
Louis (Francine) Rosberg of
Southfield, Sandra Woolf of
Mill Valley, Calif., Mrs.
Sheldon (Sharon) Rocklin of
Detroit and Marcia Rosen of
Lakeland; three sisters,
Mrs. Isadore (Fannie) Starr
of Oak Park, Mrs. Julia Ro-
senthal of Oak Park and
Mrs. Isadore (Betty) Katz of
Southfield; and 14 grand-
children. Interment De-
troit.

77, of Southfield, died Jan.
26. Survived by her hus-
band, Irving; a son, Monte of
California; three daughters,
Mrs. Walter (Elaine)
Siegler, Mrs. Sidney
* * *
(Rosalind) Shindler and
Mrs. Cindy Krigel; three
BECKIE METZGER,
brothers, Benjamin J. Sa- 100, of Southfield, died Jan.
bin, Rubin Sabor and Monte 28. Survived by two sons,
Sabor; three sisters, Mrs. Meyer and Joseph I.; two
Meyer (Sarah) Terebelo, daughters, Mrs. Sam
Mrs. Frank (Tillie) Nodler (Frances) Warsh and Mrs.
and Mrs. Jack (Ann) Kor- Raye Dinnerstein; nine
man; 11 grandchildren and grandchildren and five
six great-grandchildren.
great-grandchildren.

* * *

PETER KARMAN, 68,

\

sons, Ralph of Westlake Vil-
lage, Calif., Allan, David
and Larry; two daughters,
Joanne Siefert and Carol;
and six grandchildren.

died Jan. 25. He leaves a
brother-in-law, Harry
Loomis; and a sister-in-law,
Mrs. Barbara Winokur.

* * *

* * *

IDA PRIMAK, 77, died

Jan. 27. She leaves her hus-

B. Goldberg

band, Edward; a son,
Gerald; a brother, Philip
Katz; and three grandchil-
dren.

* * *

LILLIAN RISMANN,

87, died Jan. 30. She leaves
a son, Sheldon; a daughter,
Mrs. Joseph (June) Clinton;
five grandchildren and two
great-grandchildren.

* * *

ETTY ROBINSON, 96,

died Jan. 31. She leaves two
daughters, Mrs. David (Be-
rtha) Davidson and Mrs.
Harry (Florence) Vinsky;
eight grandchildren and
two great-grandchildren.

* * *

Other
Deaths

* * *

SAM STEFFIN,

76,
former Detroiter of Santa
Monica, Calif., died Jan. 29.
Survived by a brother,
Daniel of Southfield; and a
sister, Mrs. Harry (Mollie)
Yudkoff of Palm Springs,
Calif.

* * *

EDNA WEINBERG, 85,
died Jan. 28. She leaves

BETTY SHERMAN, 82,
of Oak Park, died Feb. 1.
Survived by a son, Joel E.;
three brothers, William
Cohen of Miami Beach, Fla.,
Saul Cohen of Florida and
Ben Cohen; a sister, Mrs.
Minnie Haking; and one
grandchild. Services 12
noon today at Hebrew
Memorial Chapel.

* * *

BERTHA I. (KANER)
SHIPP, 72, of Southfield,

died Jan. 26. Survived by
her husband, Albert E.; a
son, Jarrold R.; and two
grandchildren.

BERG
4 URBACH

IRA KAUFMAN CHAPEL

INC

* * *

ALICE WINCEL, 70,

died Feb. 1. She leaves her
husband, Floyd; a son,
Leonard Chapman of How-
ell; two brothers, Eugene
Steinberger and Joseph
Steinberger of Margate,
Fla.; three grandsons and
two great-grandchildren.

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.

* * *

91, of Southfield, died Jan.
26. Survived by a brother,
Harry Cohen of New York;
nieces and nephews.

three sons, Harvey, Julius
Chupack and Harold
Chupack of Oklahoma City,
Okla.; two daughters, Mrs.
Zolton (Sylvia) Glantz and
Evelyn Chupack; a sister,
Mrs. Mamie Bordman of To-
ronto, Ont.; 14 grandchil-
dren and 18 great-grand-
children.

WE REMEMBER

CLARA SHESELSKY,

Benjamin Goldberg, a
steel industry executive,
* * *
died Jan. 28 at age 76.
SYLVIA
SIMA, 70, of
leaves his wife, Julia; four
Born in McKeesrock, Pa.,
Southfield, died Jan. 26.
Mr.
Goldberg
lived
in
De-
Samuel Waze
troit for the past 45 years. Survived by three sons,
Samuel Waze, a retired He was the founder 40 years Murray, Ronald of Encino,
tire industry executive, died ago of Lafayette Steel,
Jan. 31 at age 87.
which he sold to become the
Sidney A. Deitch
Born in Austria, Mr. co-owner and co-founder of
DETROIT
Waze was the owner of Belle the International Metal
MONUMENT WORKS
Tire Distributors, a corn- Products Co. in Oak Park.
14441 W. 11 Mile Rd.
pany that he established in He was retired.
Gardner, betty. Coolidge & Greenfield
1921 in Allen Park and
Mr. Goldberg was active
399.2711 Eve. 626-0330
built into a chain of seven in efforts on behalf of Hillel
retail outlets. He retired in Day School and a member of
1975.
Adat Shalom Synagogue. t MONUMENT CENTER, INC.
Mr. Waze was a member He benefited many Jewish , 661 E. 8 MILE, FERNDALE
1 I/2 Blocks E. of Woodward
of the Zionist Organization and communal causes.
6 Blks. from 3 Jewish
of America and Histadrut.
He leaves a brother,
Cemeteries on Woodward
He was a former writer for Julius of Delray Beach,
LI 2-8266
the Jewish Daily Forward. Fla.; a sister, Mrs. Margaret
JO 4-5557
He leaves his wife, Belle; Fine of Milburn, N.J.;
a son Herbert N.; a daugh- nieces and nephews. Inter-
SHELDON
*
ter, Mrs. Jack (Florence) ment New Jersey.
MONUMENT
COMPANY
Fink of Evanston, Ill.; a sis-
19800 WOODWARD AVE.
ter, Mrs. Henrietta Wase of
Betw. 7 and 8 Mile Roads
Alden, Pa.; eight grandchil- Lillian Smigel
Phone 368-3550
dren and two great-grand-
Lillian Smigel, a member
children.
of Jewish communal organ- Over 60 Years in Same Location!
izations in Youngstown,
Ohio, died Jan. 14 at age 70.
MONUMENTS BY
A former Detroiter, Mrs.
Smigel held membership in
Pioneer Women/ Naamat,
AND
Frances Goodrich, 93, Hadassah and in the sister-
who with her husband, Al- hood of Temple Rodef
bert Hackett, wrote many Shalom.
She is survived by her
films and plays, including
FINE MONUMENTS
"The Diary of Anne Frank," husband, Isadore; a sister,
which won the Pulitzer Mrs. Murray (Mary) Pol-
SINCE 1910
lack of Southfield; three
Prize and the New York
13405 CAPITAL at Coolidge
Drama Critics' Circle grandchildren and two
OAK PARK - 11 4-2212
great-grandchildren.
Award, died Jan. 29 in New
Next to Stanley Steamer
Interment Youngstown.
York.

EARL AUREL KAUF-
ER, 71, died Jan. 30. He

Calif., and Jerome; a daugh-
ter, Mrs. Jay (Linda) Weill
of San Anselmo, Calif.; two
brothers, Jack Bloom of
Evanston, Ill., and Leon
Bloom of Encino, Calif.; and
five grandchildren.

SHEVAT JAN.
BELLE NELSON
11 15
AARON YAGODA
11 15
JACOB ZUCKER
11 15
IDA BRANDT
12 16
MOSHE ASHER BRODY
12 16
RIFKA COHEN
12 16
JACOB Y. GOLDMAN
12 16
ESTHER HECHTMAN
12 16
ESTHER G. KARBAL
12 16
JACOB LEVY
12 16
HARRY LUPILOFF
12 16
MIRIAM SIDDER
12 16
BERTHA TEREBELO
12 16
FANNIE TURKEL
12 16
JEAN WARREN
12 16
BEN R. GERSON
13 17
JACOB GOLDSTEIN
13 17
LEAH LACHAR
13 17
OSCAR LEFKOFSKY
13 17
MORRIS MODLINSKY
13 17
PEARL OFFERMAN
13 17
JACOB ROSENBLATT
13 17
BEN SHORE
13 17
LENA SIEGEL
13 17
MAX BARTH
14 18
ESTHER WALDMAN ELLIS 14 18
FANNIE FABER
14 18
MORRIS GOODMAN
14 18
BESSIE HOLTZMAN
14 18
SHLOMO KARBAL
14 18
LOUIS KARTUN
14 18
MEYER MINKIN
14 18
HARRY SCHNEIDER
14 18
BEN BIRCOLL
15 19
FAMILY OF CHAIM E. B'R
YANKEL DENEMARK
15 19
HARRY N. ESKIN
15 19
SAMUEL FAIGIN
15 19
YETTA GRUNT
15 19
NOAH E. KEYS
15 19
PHILLIP R. KRAVETZ
15 19
MOLLY PLOTKIN
15 19
JOSEPH L. BALE
16 20
ALICE EISEMANN
16 20
HARRY FELDSTEIN
16 20
JACK FELDMAN
16 20
MOSHE GOLDFARB
16 20
ISAAC HOOTNER
16 20
RACHEL KAPLAN
16 20
HYMAN PARKER
16 20
NORBERT ROBERT
16 20
BELLA SCHULMAN
16 20
GUSSIE SOLOMON
16 20
FANNE ZALENKO
WEINERMAN
16 20
SAM ZINGESER
16 20
PEARL BERRY
17 21
CRAIG E. BLECHER
17 21
ALLAN A. BURNS
17 21
NATHAN FINE
17 21
LENA GELLES
17 21
YOSSEL HALPERT
17 21
NATHAN LIPSHAW
17 21
DAVID N. LYNN
17 21

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CHARLES NIEWOOD
MINA WOLMAN

17 21
17 21
ADAR I FEB.
JACK ABRAMSON
2 5
JOSEPH CLINTON
2 5
BELLA ELLIAS
2 5
SARA MILLER
2 5
MARVIN MODLINSKY
2 5
HENRY RICH
2 5
ARLINE_GOLDFARB
SCHAFER
2 5
BEN SOLOMON
2 5
JENNIE PUCKOVITSKY
TAMAREN
2 5
LOUIS WALTMAN
2 5
ESTHER NOVITZ
3 6
YITZCHAK WAINER
3 6
ANN WILNER
3 6
ALFRED H. WOLIN
3 6
NATHAN DEUTSCH
4 7
JENNIE FELDMAN
4 7
ISRAEL GOLDIN
4 7
JOE KANE
4 7
PINCHUS KAPLAN
4 7
FRANK ORECHKIN
4 7
ELKUNO ROSENHECK
4 7
BENJAMIN BRODMAN
5 8
GABRIEL N. EISMAN
5 8
SAM ELIAS
5 8
MOE ENGEL
5 8
JOSEPH L. HOLTZMAN
5 8
PHILIP KAWA
5 8
SHEILA LAZOWSKY
5 8
OSCAR LERCHIN
5 8
YALE LEVIN
5 8
BERTHA MIGDAL
5 8
BEN RUBENSTEIN
5 8
HARRY SMITH
5 8
HENRY WATERSTONE
5 8
ADELE BROWN
6 9
BELLA CHESTNUT
6 9
DORA COHEN
6 9
BENA HEITKAMP
6 9
SALLY HESS
6 9
EVA SINGERMAN
6 9
HYMAN SWEET
6 9
ABRAHAM BERMAN
7 10
MAX BERRIS
7 10
JOE BIGMAN
7 10
MANUEL FELDSTEIN
7 10
SARAH MILLER
7 10
DAVID H. ROM
7 10
BLANCHE I. STERN
7 10
BERTHA WEITZMAN
7 10
ANNA R. WERNER
7 10
SAMUEL ACKER
8 11
ABRAHAM A. AUGUST
8 11
REBECCA CHARNES
8 11
JACK P. ENGEL
8 11
ROSE KONIKOF
8 11
ANNA LEVINE
8 11
MORRIS MALTZ
8 11
KATHERINE RADNER
8 11
JOSEPH SAKS
8 11
HYMAN SCHWARTZ
8 11
JANET STRAUS
8 11

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