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February 17, 1984 - Image 71

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Prof. Julius Weinberg Dies

Prof. Julius Weinberg,
former rabbi and educa-
tional director of the Beth
Israel Congregation in Ann
Arbor and former faculty
member at Wayne State
University, died Feb. 8 at
age 61.
Born in Cleveland, Ohio,
Prof. Weinberg was profes-
sor of American history at
Cleveland State University
at the time of his death.
He was graduated from
Case-Western Reserve
University and ordained at
the Mirrer Yeshiva in New
York. He earned master's
and doctoral degrees at the
University of Michigan.
He was a religious
school administrator be-
fore becoming director of
the internal relations and
culture commissions of
the Jewish Community
Council of Detroit from
1947 to 1953, when he ac-
cepted the Beth Israel
posts. While serving
there until 1962, he began
his academic teaching
career. He taught at WSU
and the State University
of New Paltz, N.Y., before
coming to Cleveland
State University in 1965.
The author of several
publications, Dr. Weinberg
was a founder, board
member and officer of
Jewish educational institu-
tions in Cleveland: The
Bureau of Jewish Educa-
tion, Agnon School, the
Cleveland Hebrew Schools,
Akiva Hebrew High School
and the College of Jewish
Studies.
He was a member of the

community relations and
Israel affairs committees of
the Jewish Welfare Federa-
tion, and of American Pro-
fessors for Peace in the Mid-
dle East.
He taught in the high
school of Park
Synagogue and at the
College of Jewish
Studies, and was educa-
tional director of Subur-
ban Temple for six years.
Prof. Weinberg is sur-
vived by his wife, Alezah;
three daughters, Dr.
Naimah of Ann Arbor, Mrs.
Yisrael (Roni) Ornan of
Cleveland, and Mrs. Stuart
(Shirah) Hecht of Chicago; a
brother, Avner Wybranczyk
of Tel Aviv, Israel; two sis-
ters, Mrs. Bess Hirsch of
Pittsburgh, and Mrs. Philip
(Eve) Weltman of Oak Park;
and one granddaughter.

Mrs. Shepherd

Frances M. Shepherd,
administrative director of
the Michigan Psychoanaly-
tic Institute in Southfield,
died Feb. 9 at age 55.
A native Detroiter, Mrs.
Shepherd was a member of
Women's American ORT.
She leaves two daughters,
Dale and Mrs. Daniel
(Wendy) Shepherd-Bates of
Grand Rapids; her mother,
Mrs. Dorothy Shankman of
West Palm Beach, Fla.; a
brother, Lawrence
Shankman of Palm Beach,
Fla.; two sisters, Mrs.
Harold (Lucille) Simon and
Mrs. Irving (Ruthe) Richie
of Boca Raton, Fla.; and two
granddaughters.

RUTH ALLENDER, 83,
former Detroiter of Los
Angeles, Calif., died Feb.
11. She leaves a daughter,
Mrs. Gloria Pearl of Los
Angeles; eight grandchil-
dren and five great-grand-
children.

* * *

ROSE BERG, 61, died
Feb. 15. She leaves her hus-
band, Fred; three sons, Mel-
vin of Clarkston, Michael
and Allen; two brothers,
Morris Berg of Florida and
Nate Berg; four sisters, Mrs.
Max (Bertha) Sheldon, Mrs.
Erna Fox, Mrs. Arthur
(Edith) Weisberg and Mrs.
Nate (Bessie) Arnoff; and
three granddaughters.

* * *

ALLAN COLEMAN, 47,
of Oxford, Mich., died Feb.
12. He leaves a daughter,
Deanna; his father, Morris
William Coleman; his
mother, Mrs. Marian Cole-
man; and three brothers,
Jerome, Ronald and Bruce.
Interment Flint.

* * *

MAX COOPER, 75, of
Detroit, died Dec. 18. No
known survivors.

* * *

DR. ARNOLD SHER-
WOOD DUNN, 57, former
Detroiter of Clearwater,
Fla., died Feb. 9. Survived
by two daughters, Connie
and Lynn, both of Clearwa-
ter; his mother, Mrs. Ida
Dunn of Oak Park; and two
brothers, Sheldon and
Jerome, both of Oak Park.
Interment Detroit.

ANNA FINKELSTEIN,
87, died Feb. 10. She leaves
a son, Harold; two daugh-
ters, Mrs. Joseph (Yetta)
Wolf and Mrs. Sol (Rose)
Dembs; folir grandchildren
and two great-grand-
daughters.

* * *

JAY FREEDHEIM, 85,
of Royal Oak, died Feb. 13.
Survived by a son, Sheldon
of Newport Beach, Calif.; a

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Morton Lewis, owner of
the Penn Construction Co.
in Detroit, died Feb. 13 at
age 65.
A former Detroiter, Mr.
Lewis resided in West Palm
Beach, Fla., at the time of
his death. He was in the
construction business for
more than 40 years. Mr.
Lewis was a member of Tik-
vah Lodge of Bnai Brith.
He is survived by his wife,
Mildred; four daughters,
Mrs. Raymond (Rhea)
Neubert of West Palm Be-
ach, Mrs. Frank (Judi)
Mayer of Lake Orion, Mrs.
Alan (Shirley) Ablitz of
Farmington Hills And
Marcy of Southfield; a sis-
ter, Mrs. Adeline Tauber of
Southfield; and seven
grandchildren. Interment
Florida.

IRA KAUFMAN

Friday, February 11, 1984 71

OBITUARIES

brother, Cy Friedheim of
Chicago, Ill.; two sisters,
Mrs. Ann Endelman and
Mrs. Esther Herr of Glen-
wood, Ill.; and three grand-
children.

* * *

MARVIN
GOL-
DHABER, 59, died Feb. 13.
He leaves his wife, Susan;
and a brother, Leonard of
Margate, Fla.

* *

*

RALPH KOELNER, 94,
of Southfield, died Feb. 11.
Survived by his wife, Helen;
nieces and nephews.

* *

*•

VIRGINIA
ANN
(GINNY) KOSS, 48, former
Detroiter of Hallandale;
Fla., died Feb. 11. Survived
by two sons, Shelby and
Scott, both of Detroit; a
daughter, Mrs. Jack (Elyse)
Weitzman of Long Island,
N.Y.; her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. George (Charlotte)
Polasky of Hallandale; a
sister, Mrs. Jerrold (Bar-
bara) Gross of Coral
Springs, Fla.; and one
granddaughter. Interment
Florida.

(Linda) Hertz of Granada
Hills, Calif., and Diane; a
sister, Mrs. Sylvan (Sally)
Rosenfield of • Shaker
Heights, Ohio; and four
grandchildren.
* * *
ISAK LEVINE, 81, of
Southfield, died Feb. 10.
Survived by his wife, Betty;
two sons, Norman of South-
field and Walter of Humble,
Tex.; a daughter, Mrs. Fred
(Dorothy) Ring; two
brothers, John and Albert
C., both of Los Angeles,
Calif.; a sister, Mrs. Anna
Charns; nine grandchildren
and three great-grand-
children.

* * *

.

MARGARET OR-
BACH, 82, died Feb. 5. She
leaves a son, Henry; a sister,
Margot Bernstein of New
York; and two grandchil-
dren. Interment London,
England.

* *

*

* * *

S. L. Westerman

SAMUEL ROVIN, 83,
Samuel L. Westerman, died Feb. 13. He leaves his
former president of the T. wife, Fannie; a son, Sheldon_
W. Samuel Distillery of of Wynnewood, Pa.; two
Louisville, Ky., died Feb. 13 daughters, Mrs. Marshall
at age 87.
(Benita) Greenspan and
A former Detroiter, Mr. Mrs. Raymond (Rebecca)
Westerman was a resident Coleman of Potomac, Md.; a
of Louisville at the time of brother, Herbert Rubach of
his death.
Mr. Westerman was the
Sidney A. Deitch
founder and president of the
DETROIT
SLW Foundation of Detroit.
MONUMENT
WORKS
He was a member of the De-
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troit Historical Society, An-
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cient Order of the Scottish
399-2711 Eve. 626-0330
Rite and Moslem Temple.
He was active in tasks on
behalf of Brandeis Univer- . MONUMENT CENTER, INC.
sity.
661 E. 8 MILE, FERNDALE
11/2 Blocks E. of Woodward
He leaves two grandsons,
6 Blks. from 3 Jewish
Michael and Steven; and
Cemeteries on Woodward
five great-grandchildren.
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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 Kaddisffand
Studying of Mis-
hnavos.

* * *

MORRIS ROSEN-
ROBERT 0. LEV, 66, of
Southfield, died Feb. 11. BERG of Oak Park died
Survived by his wife, Helen; Feb. 13. Survived by his
three daughters, Mrs. wife, Clara; a brother-in-
Richard (Barbara) Limond law, Ben Burg; nieces and
of Miami, Fla., Mrs. Ernie nephews.

Flora W. Sheuerman, a
buyer for 25 years for the
former Himelhoch's stores,
died Feb. 14 at age 72.
A native Detroiter, Mrs.
Sheuerman was a member
of the Founders Society of
the Detroit Institute of Arts
and a volunteer at the DIA,
and a member of the
Friends of the Detroit Pub-
lic Library. She was active
in the Humane Society and
in efforts on behalf of ani-
mal preservation.
She leaves her husband,
Lee A., Jr.; and a sister,
Miriam T. Woodle. Services
10 a.m. today at Ira Kauf-
man Chapel.

WE REMEMBER

EDDIE PRIMAK, 86,
died Feb. 10. He leaves a
son, Gerald; and three
grandchildren.

* * *

Flora Sheuerman

California; and eight
grandchildren.
* *
SYLVIA SCHNEIDER,
70, of Southfield, died Feb.
14. Survived by a son,
Michael; a daughter, Ka-
ren; three brothers, George
Brown, James Brown and
Dave Brown of Port Richie,
Fla.; a sister, Mrs. Pearl
Schwartz; and two grand-
children.
* * *
MAYER WOLSTONE,
94, of Southfield, died Feb.
14. Survived by two sons,
Kenneth Stone and Walter
Wolstone; six grandchil-
dren, nine great-grandchil-
dren and one great-great-
grandchild.

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