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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, May 18, 1984

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ROSE BAKER, 81, of
Detroit, died May 11. Sur-
vived by a son, Norman of
Scottsdale, Ariz.; a daugh-
ter, Mrs. Ilene Sarah
Williams; two sisters, Mrs.
Herman (Sarah) Sandler
and Mrs. Frances Richland,
both of Seal Beach, Calif.;
six grandchildren and six
great-grandchildren.

RAYMOND H. BEN-
ACH, 50, died May 13. He
leaves his wife, Harriett; a
son, Eric Baron; a daughter,
Dorie Baron; his mother,
Mrs. Mark (Ethel) Benach.

EVA G. BERNSTEIN,
90, died May 10. She leaves
a son, Duane; a daughter,
Mrs. Joseph (Roslyn) Sures
of Bay Harbor Island,•Fla.;
seven grandchildren and 14
great-grandchildren.

FAY BRODY, 77, of
Southfield, died May 12.
Survived by two sons, David
and Joseph A.; and five
granddaughters.

PEARL J. EPSTEIN,
68, died May 13. She leaves
her husband, Jack; a son,
Dr. Stewart of Flint; a
daughter, Mrs. Leon
(Rosalind) Levine; a
brother, Morris Zelmon; two
sisters, Mrs. Manny (Gol-
die) Franklin and Mrs. Ber-
nard (Sylvia) Indenbaum;
and five grandchildren.

MINNIE FINE, 79, of
Oak Park, died May 14.
Survived by a son, Harland
W.; a daughter, Mrs. Nor-
man (Estelle) Smith of Ar-
lington, Tex.; a brother,
Moe Shelansky of Bur-
lington, Vt.; two sisters,
Mrs. Louis (Gussie) Everitz
and Anne Shelansky, both
of Burlington; and five
grandchildren.

ELAINE CAROLE
JOSEPH, former Detroiter
of Plantation, Fla., died
May 13. Survived by her
husband, Ronald; a son,
Mitchell of Plantation; two
daughters, Terrie and Kel-
ley, both of Plantation; and
her father, Max of Phoenix,
Ariz. Interment Fla.

JULIA KAUFER, 62,
died May 9. She leaves four
sons, Ralph of Westlake Vil-
lage, Calif., Allan of -
Colorado Springs, Colo.,
David of Grand Cayman Is-
lands, British West Indies;
and Larry of Auburn
Heights; two daughters,
Joanne and Carol, both of
Denver, Colo.; and six
grandchildren.

MAX M. LEVIN, 66, of
Culver City, Calif., died
May 12. Survived by his
wife, Ruth; two sons, Dr.
Harris and Matthew; a
daughter, Mrs. Allan
(Kendra) Tobes of South-
field; two sisters, Sarah
Klein and Natalie Petesch;
and four grandchildren.
Interment Chicago.

MINNIE G. NAIDOFF,
63, of Houston, Tex., died
May 13 in Detroit. Survived
by her husband, Harold; a
son, Bruce D. of Nashville,
Tenn.; two daughters, Mrs.
Joseph (Barbara) Lewis of
Oak Park and Susan M. of
Kensington, Md.; a brother,
Alex Miller of Brooklyn,
N.Y.; a sister, Mrs. Mervin
(Lili) Wideman of Ft.
Lauderdale, Fla.; and two
grandchildren.

BESS I. ROE, 88, died
May 14. She leaves a son,
Dr. James; a daughter, Mrs.
Raymond (Barbara) Robins;
a sister, Mrs. Harry (Anne)
Bielfield; four grand-
children and three great-
grandchildren.

RUTH H. ROSEN, 73,
died May 8. She leaves two
sons, Robert of Great Falls,
Va., and Richard. Inter-
ment Cleveland, Ohio.

ROSE WEINER, 66, of
Southfield, died May 11.
Survived by her husband,
Jack; three sons, Fred

Fred Sherman

Fred E. Sherman, founder
of Sherman Shoes, died May
13 at age 83.
Born in Latvia, Mr.
Sherman founded his com-
pany in 1925. He was a life
member of the 210 Shoe
Association, a charter
member of Adat Shalom
Synagogue, a past president
the Eastside
o
Businessmen's Club, past
president of Eastside Lodge
of B'nai B'rith, and was a
member of Brotherhood-
Eddie Jacobson Lodge of
B'nai B'rith. He was in-
volved in tasks for the Al-
lied Jewish Campaign.
He leaves his wife, Lil-
lian; a son, D. Larry; two
daughters, Mrs. Stu-art
(Dorinne) Velick and Mrs.
Harry (Suzanne) Velick; a
brother, Sid of Bay Harbor
Island, Fla.; a sister, Mrs.
Herbert (Florence) Karol of
Bay City; 10 grandchildren
and three great-grand-
children.

Sidney Foreman

Sidney W. Foreman, a
certified public accountant,
died May 12 at age 82.
A native Detroiter, Mr.
Foreman was a member of
Cong. Shaarey Zedek, the
Variety Club, Hannah
Schloss Old Timers. He was
graudated from the Univer-
sity of Michigan.
He leaves his wife, Hen-
rietta; two daughters, Mrs.
Bernard (Toby) Baskin and
Mrs. Melvin (Avren)
Strager; two sons, Lawrence
Agree and Richard Agree;
three brothers, Roy A. of
Lauderhill, Fla.; Shay E.
and Leonard B. of Los'
Angeles, Calif.; nine grand-
children and two great-
grandchildren.

Stone, Samuel of San Fran-
cisco, Calif., and Cy; two
daughters, Mrs. Michael
(Marsha) Moss of Agoura,
Calif., and Corey of San
Francisco; a brother, Sam
Baggleman of Brooklyn,
N.Y.; three sisters, Mrs.
Fred (Fay) Weiner of Delray
Beach, Fla.; Mrs. Sol (Dina)
Gold and Beatrice Servetter
of Chula Vista, Calif.; six
grandchildren and o •
great-grandchild.



CHARLES ZIMMER-
MAN, 63, former Detroiter
of Las Vegas, Nev., died
May 13. Survived by his
wife, Arlyne; two sons, Jef-
frey of Southfield and Allan
of Lansing; a daughter, Mrs.
Steven (Cheryl) Blum of Las
Vegas; two brothers, Phil of
Southfield and Sam of
Chicago, Ill.; a sister,
Frances Tulchinsky of New
Port Richie, Fla.; and two
grandchildren. Interment
Las Vegas.

Mrs. Shuman

Florence E. Shuman, a
member of Jewish com-
munal organizations, died
May 12 at age 81.
Born in Hartford, Conn.,
Mrs. Shuman was a
member of Cong. Shaarey
Zedek and its sisterhood for
42 years. She was an or-
ganizer and past president
of the Young Women's Miz-
rachi.
Mrs. Shuman also was a
life member of Hadassah
and a board member of its
Business and Professional
Group. She held member-
ship in the American
Jewish Congress, Women's
American O.R.T. and Sierra
Club.
She leaves two daughters,
Mrs. Martin (Marsha)
Murav and Mrs. Saul (Mar-
jorie) Saulson; three sisters,
Mrs. Emanuel (Katherine)
Liebschutz, Mrs. Nathan
(Irene) Fierberg and Mrs.
Samuel (Roslyn) Green; and
five grandchildren.

Essie Feldman

Essie Feldman, a member •
of Jewish women's organ-
izations, died May 16 at age
71.
Born in New York, Mrs.
Feldman was a member of
Hadassah, Women's Ameri-
can O.R.T. and Sinai Hospi-
tal Guild.
She leaves her husband,
Sam; a daughter, Mrs .
David (Annette) Horowi'
two sisters, Mrs. Morn,
(Jean) Koretz of California
and Mrs. Samuel (Rhoda)
Gross; and two grandsons.

Andy Kaufman,
comedian dies

Los Angeles — Comedian
Andy Kaufman, who was
noted for his off-the-wall
humor and for his role of
"Latka" on the Taxi televi-
sion show, is dead of lung
cancer. He was in his 30s.

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