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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

89

Friday, April 13, 1984

OBITUARIES

JENNIE BISTROW, 85,
died April 8. Survived by a
son, Herbert of Plantation,
Fla.; two daughters, Mrs.
Leonard (Alice) Katzman
and Mrs. Aaron (Esther)
Kraft; a sister, Mrs. Goldie
Nisenbaum of Lauderdale
Lakes, Fla.; and eight
grandchildren.

* * *

DAVID HYMAN DIA-
MOND, 76, died April 10.

He leaves two grand-
children.

* * *

ward (Ann) Douglas of Hud-
son, Fla., and Mrs. David
(Betty) Menygan.

Salinger and Sally Kaplan;
five grandchildren and
three great-grandchildren.

and Odette Mernran Roth;
four sisters and nine grand-
children.

ISADORE EISEN-
BERG died April 6. He

ELIAHOU MEMRAN,

CELIA MEVIS, 85, died

* * *

leaves his wife, Cady; two
daughters, Mrs. Dennis
(Linda) Grushoff and Hildy
Starr; a brother, Joseph;
three sisters, Mrs. Julius
(Anna) Zemmol, Mrs. Mary
Plotnik and Mrs. Fay
Gottlieb Mittleman; and
two granddaughters.

* * *

HARRY DORFMAN,

74, died April 10. He leaves
his wife, Ruth; a brother,
Louis; three sisters, Mrs.
Thane (Ida) Hall, Mrs. Ed-

Louis Horowitz

Louis Albert Horowitz, a
retired fresh produce and
food distributor, died April
7 at age 73.
Born in Poland, Mr.
Horowitz lived more than
50 years in Detroit.
At the time of his death,
Mr. Horowitz was chairman
of the board of directors of
Young Israel of Oak-Woods
of which he was a past
president.
During his presidency at
Oak-Woods, he helped in-
troduce educational and
cultural programs that
have remained as part of the
congregation's ongoing ac-
tivities. He also was active
in bringing many new
young members into the
congregation.
Among the Jewish com-
munal causes to which he
aligned himself were: the
Jewish Welfare Federation
and Allied Jewish Cam-
paign, Anti-Defamation
League of B'nai B'rith, Miz-
rachi, Cong. B'nai Israel-
Beth Yehudah, Shaare
Zedek Hospital, Bar-Ilan
University, B'nai B'rith, the
Intercongregational Asso-
ciation of Men's Clubs and
the United Hebrew Schools.
He is survived by his wife,
Helen; two sons, Herbert J.
of Princeton, N.J., and
Michael P.; a daughter,
Mrs. Elaine Block; three
brothers, Josef H., Max H.
and Lawrence H.; a sister,
Mrs. Murray (Evelyn)
Liberman; and eight grand-
children.

Harry Krinsky

Harry Krinsky, former
owner of New Modern Bak-
ery, died April 8 at age 81.
Born in Russia, Mr.
Krinsky lived 64 years in
Detroit. He was a member of
Cong. Beth Abraham Hillel
Moses.
He leaves his wife, Betty;
three sons, Joseph, Sam and
Dr. Nathan; a daughter,
Mrs. Bess Lupiloff; a
brother, Sam; a sister, Mrs.
Elizabeth Sherman; 13
grandchildren and 12
great-grandchildren.

IRENE GROSS, 91, died
April 5. She leaves two sons,
Louis and Harold; seven
grandchildren and two
great-grandchildren.

* * *

DORA LEVIN, 88, died
April 6. Survived by a son,
Sylvan; two nieces, Adeline

Max Silverman

Max- M. Silverman, an at-
torney in practice for more
than 50 years, died April 6
in North Miami Beach, Fla.
He was 81.
Born in New Jersey, Mr.
Silverman was in the first
graduating class of the
Wayne State University
Law School. He was a de-
fense attorney specializing
in criminal law.
Mr. Silverman was chief
of the homicide division of
the Wayne County Pro-
secutors Office. He also was
a practicing attorney in the
Legal Aid Defenders Asso-
ciation where he worked
with Sen. Carl Levin,
Wayne County Judge
Michael Connor and Myzel
Sowell on the criminal
jurisprudence commission
of the State Bar.
He leaves his wife, Shir-
ley; a son, Judge Lawrence
D.; two daughters, Geral-
dine Snider and Mrs. Selden
(Maureen) Schwartzberg of
Hollywood, Fla.; a brother,
Daniel; nine grandchildren
and two great-grand-
children.
In the Rarly 1930s, when
itinerant representatives of
religious institutions in
pre-state Israel and sections
of the United States were
trained here, the
Hakhnosat Orkhim, the
House of Shelter, rendered
great service providing
temporary shelter for the
stranded. It was located on
Taylor St. in Detroit before
its services were reduced,
requiring sheltering in
hotels.
That's when Mr. Silver-
man as president of the
House of Shelter was the
guiding spirit in perpetuat-
ing an old Jewish tradition.
He was active in the the
Jewish Social Service
Bureau which preceded the
Jewish Family Service and
Resettlement Service and
the Allied Jewish Cam-
paign.

* * *

* * *

81, died April 5. He leaves
his wife, Victoria; a son, Al-
bert; three daughters, Mrs.
Gert (Allegra) Freund, Mrs.
Salomon (Miriam) Chocron

Joseph Weisberg,
Advocate editor

Boston (JTA) — Joseph
Weiberg, editor and pub-
lisher of the Boston Jewish
Advocate, died April 9. He
was 73.
A graduate of Harvard
Law School, Mr. Weisberg
was in private law practice
for 10 years until he joined
the Advocate in 1946. He
was a reporter for the Bos-
ton Post from 1929 to 1933
before enrolling in Harvard
College.
Mr. Weisberg was active
in legal, educational and so-
cial service causes. He was a
member of the board of the
Jewish Telegraphic Agency
and a founder and past
president of the American
Jewish Press Association.
He was a fellow of Brandeis
University, a member of the
Overseas Press Club and of
the Massachusetts Board of
Education. He was also a
member of the Association
of World Jewish Jour-
nalists.
Mr. Weisberg received
awards and citations from
Women's American ORT;
the Zionist Organization of
America; the Union of
American Hebrew Congre-
gations; the New England
Press Association; the B'nai
B'rith, the state legislature;
and the Associated Syna-
gogues of Massachusetts.
He was a trustee of the
Combined Jewish Philan-
thropies of Greater Boston
and a member of the execu-
tive council of the American
Jewish Historical Society.

Other
Deaths

April 9. Survived by two
sons, Marvin and Arthur; a
brother, Bernard (Barney)
Werksman; seven grand-
children and five great-
grandchildren.

* * *

JOSEPH POHL, 81,
died April 10. He leaves a
son, Bertram of Berkeley,
Calif.; a daughter, Mrs.
Richard (Sharon) Rome;
and three grandchildren.

* * *

CAROL ANN RASKIN,

28, died April 8. She leaves
her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Elmer (Hilda) Raskin; two
brothers, Steven of San
Rafael, Calif., and Kenneth;
a sister, Roberta; and
grandmothers, Mrs. Emil
(Fannie) Raskin and Mrs.
Leonard (Ida) Soskin.

* * *

MARY SKLARE died

April 4. She leaves a daugh-
ter, Mrs. William (Shirley)
Jacobs; a sister, Mrs. Ben
(Minnie) Stashefsky; seven

MAX
UPFAL

Announces the un-
veiling of a monument
in her memory 11 a.m.
Sunday, April 22, at
Adat Shalom Memorial
Park. Rabbi Loss will
officiate. Relatives and
friends are asked to
attend.

* *

60, died April 10. She leaves
three sons, Theodore, John
and Howard, all of Dunedin,
Fla.; a daughter, Mrs. Ken-
nett (Deborah) Routin; a
brother, Morris Krause; and
five grandchildren.

* * *

ROSE IDA WALD, 80,
died April 5. Survived by
two daughters, Mrs. Leone
Rowe of Okemos and Carol
S. of Portland, Maine; and
two grandchildren.

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Phone 368-3550

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6 Blks. from 3 Jewish
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MONUMENTS BY

RICHARD
(DICK)
STEIN

BERG AND
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Who passed away
April 18, 1981. Sadly
missed and loved very
much by parents Robert
and Henrietta Stein and
sister Judy and
brother-in-law Kenneth
Stoller.

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NEVA LUBETSKY

ARLENE SHAPIRO
JACOB GOODMAN
YAAKOV HOFFMAN
IDA KATCHEN
SAM KOGAN
MORRIS MARKOWITZ
BEN ROSS
BENJAMIN SACHS
HENRY S. SMOLINSKY
BARNEY KOSOFSKY
FRANCES L. KATT
ABE KOLE
MARCELLA MAISELOFF
JOSEPH SINGER
ROCHEL LEAH BAS
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EDWARD E SCHULTZ
JENNIE SHOENIG
MORRIS CANVASSER
JACOB GUTTERMAN
MORRIS GREENBERG
DAVID KING

FINE_ MONUMENTS
SINCE 1910
13405 CAPITAL at Coolidge

IRA KAUFMAN

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Yesh ivath Beth
Yehudah

OAK PARK - LI 4-2212
Next to Stanley Steamer

15751 W. Lincoln Dr.
Southfield
557-6750

THE

In loving memory of

GOLDIE
MEYERS

Who passed away
April 15, 1982, 22 days in
Nisan. It is your second
yahrzeit, we stand at
your grave and weep.
The shock of your sud-
den and untimely death
is still with us. You Are
missed and will forever
be in our hearts and
thoughts.

Sleep in peace.
Your loving family

HEBREW BENEVOLENT SOCIETY

(Chesed Shel Emes)

26640 'Greenfield Rd., Oak Park, MI

mourns the sudden demise of its worthy and noble
president

SAMUEL A. KAYNE

who passed away Thursday, March 29th during
the second term of his presidency.
May the almighty console his dear wife- Belle,
daughter, Mrs. Louis (Deborah) Aaron, son
Michael M. Kayne, and the entire family among the
other mourners of Zion and Jerusalem and spare
them from future sorrow.
Rabbi Israel I. Rockove
Hillel L. Abrams and
Executive Director
Samuel P. Havis
Vice-Presidents

1•11111Il Lei

THE

NISSAN APR.

JACOB DAVID PONT
DAVID SOLOMON
HELEN WACHTENHEIM
BENJAMIN ABRAMOWITZ
SARAH COHEN
SAMUEL FIELDS
LOUIS FORMAN
HARRY M. GOLDFARB
REBECCA GREENBERG
JACK GRUSKIN
WOLFE HENIGMAN
JOSEPH JEREMIAS
RUTH KAPE
HENRIETTE LOEWENSTEIN
AARON MALAMUD
AMELIA MEISNER
OSCAR ROSENBERG
ELI SCHERR
ARTUR STERN
ALEX H. WINER
MORRIS A. YASSKY
HERSHEL B'R MEIER
HAKOHEN
HYMAN BERMAN
ROSE BERMAN
MINNIE DIAMOND
BERTHA FAIGENBAUM
ANNA WEISSLER
'GOLDBERG
NATHAN D. KLEINER

399-2711 Eve. 626-0330

In memory of
our beloved son

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
h S n tu av d o ys in . g of Mis-

SHIRLEY SONTAG,

Gardner, betw. Coolidge & Greenfield

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

WE REMEMBER

N

the earliest members of the
faculty of agriculture of the
Hebrew University and a
pioneer in the field of pest
control in Israel, died in
Jerusalem at age 87.

FRANCES
NEWMAN

DORALENE WESTON,

69, of Oak Park, died April
10. Survived by a son,
Richard; a daughter, Mrs.
David (Denise) Diskin; and
five grandchildren.

Sidney A. Deitch
DETROIT
MONUMENT WORKS

The Family
of the Late

Zvi Avidov, one of
P
Prof.

The Family
of the Late

grandchildren and eight
great-grandchildren.
* * *
LESTER A. SMALL, 63,
former Detroiter of Whit:
tier, Calif., died recently.
He leaves his wife, Virginia;
two sons, Michael and
Mark; a daughter, Mrs. De-
borah Flansburg of Whit-
tier; and his mother, Bertha
Small.

APEL

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Jewish Cemeteries

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