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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, June 15, 1984 79

WE REMEMBER

OBITUARIES

.

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.



DOROTHY ZIEGEL-
ANNA SCHWARTZ, 75,
two daughters, Mrs. Milton
PAUL G. AXELRAD, nen of Glendale, Ariz., and (Beverly) Dunn and Mrs. of Detroit, died June 9. Sur- MAN, 79, died June 8. She
Mrs.
Morris
(Gertrude)
of
Southfield,
died
June
4,
Toma (Cheryl) Edelstein; a vived by her husband, Ab- leaves two sons, Dr.
. Survived by his wife, He-. Weintraub of Delray Beach, brother, Samuel Feingold of raham; two sons, Robert Seymour and Erwin; a
Fla.;
nieces
and
nephews.
en; a son, Dr. Kenneth; his
West Palm Beach, Fla.; and and Herbert; a daughter, daughter, Mrs. Stanley

other, Mrs. Minnie Axel-
two sisters, Mollie Foster Mrs. Burton (Bernice) Os- (Shirley) Litinsky; a

ad; a brother, Bernard; and
RAE GOLD, 68, died and Gloria Foster; seven borne; and five grand- brother, Jerome Lipowicz;
June 11. She leaves a son,
wo grandchildren.
seven grandchildren and
children.
SIVAN JUNE
grandchildren
and
one
Ira; and two brothers,

one great-grandson.
great-grandchild.

17 17
ESTHER R. BRODMAN.
DR. FREDERICK A. Joseph Norman and Henry
17 17
CHARLES H. CHARLIP
died
LENA
TREPEL

RABBI HYMAN EISENBERG 17 17
LOCH, 63, died June 12. Norman.
June
12.
She
leaves
four
17 17
BESSIE HARRIS

LOUIS LUPILOFF, 72,
He leaves three brothers,
daughters, Mrs. Mollie
17 17
BERTHA HELFMAN
VICTOR REUBEN former Detroiter of Pomona, Stern, Mrs. Garson (Libby) SHELDON
Dr. Harold, Dr. Bernard and
17 17
JOSEPH HOLTZMAN
Calif.,
died
May
31.
Sur-
17 17
76,
former
ABRAHAM KLENOV
MONUMENT COMPANY
Louis; four sisters, Mrs. GOLDBERG,
Konikow, Mrs. Emanuel
17 17
MORRIS
VERNICK
vived
by
his
wife,
Ruth;
David (Miriam) Kaufman, Detroiter of San Antonio,
19800
WOODWARD
AVE.
17 17
.
(Pauline) Schwartz and
BECKIE WEINBERG
Betw. 7 and 8 Mile Roads
Mrs. Seymour (Dorothy) Tex., died June 8. Survived three sisters, Sarah Selk of Mrs. Madeline Bleier; 11
18 18
CHAYA R. COHEN
18 18
Phone 368-3550
FRED FISHER
Rapp, Rosalyn and Mrs. by his nephew, Myron Liner Ontario, Calif., Edith Winer grandchildren and 16
18 18
NATHAN LEVINE
Over 60 Years in Same Location!
of Southfield and Rose Slot-
Milton (Helen) Zinberg; of Farmington Hills.
18 18
NMIE MARKOFSKY
great-grandchildren.
nick
of
Oak
Park;
and
five

18 18
nieces and nephews.
SAMUEL MEMBER
nieces.
Interment
Los
DR.
NATHAN
J.
REISMAN
18 18

Sidney
A.
Deitch
19 19
ISAAC
BRANDT
VICTOR KAYTSER, Angeles, Calif.
19 19
ETHEL DANIELS, 87,
ILONA FRIEDLANDER
DETROIT

19 19
56,
of
Southfield,
died
June
AARON
LEVINE
of Oak Park, died June 8.
MONUMENT
WORKS
19 19
19
JOSEPH MILLER 19
DOROTHY PALLEY, Lena Buchman
Survived by a daughter, 8. Survived by his wife,
SOL
SKLAR
14441 W. 11 Mile Rd.
20
20
Mrs. Max (Bessie) Rott; a Erika; two sons, Leonid and 75, died June 8. She leaves a
ABRAHAM
DUBIN
Gwent, hetw. Ceelligs I Itreentleld
Lena (Linda) Buchman,
20 20
JACK FINER
grandson, Elliott Rott; a Alexander; a sister, Mrs. son, Sheldon of Miami, Fla.; an active member of Jewish
399.2711 Eve. 626-0330
20
20
IDA
GOLDMAN
granddaughter, Mrs. Le- Henry (Frida) Sons; and one a sister, Mrs. June Flanders communal and women's
20
ROSE HELLER 20 20 20
of Israel; two brothers,
MORRIS
JACOBSON
nore Yellen; and seven grandchild.
organizations, died June 9
. .20 20
MAX
G.
SALASNEK
William
Himelson
and

great-grandchildren.
20 20
at age 91.
MORRIS TEITEL
MONUMENTS BY
DR. MORRIS KAZ- Alfred Himelson of Califor-

21 21
LOWS ARONOFF
Born in Cincinnati, Ohio,
nia;
and
three
grand-
21 21
WILLIAM COHEN
DORA FREEMAN, 70, DAN, 75, former Allen
Mrs. Buchman was a resi-
21 21
NORMAN
EGREN
of Oak Park, died June 10. Park resident of Houston, children.
dent of Palm Beach, Fla., at
21 21
AND
LOUIS GELFUND

Tex.,
died
June
7.
He
leaves
BROCHA RIVKA
Survived by her husband,
the time of her death. She
21 21
80,
GREENBERG
a
son,
David
of
Houston;
a
SAM
PFEFFER,
Jack; a son, Larry; two
was one of the first
21 21
DAVID GREENBERG
daughters, Mrs. Clem daughter, Mrs. Deborah former Detroiter of Moun- presidents of the Women of
21 21
PHILIP M. HERMAN
21 21
HARRY H. HOCHMAN
(Rosalind) Hopp of Brueckner of Denton, Tex.; tain View, Calif., died June Jewish National Fund of
21 21
ISAAC ROSENTHAL
FINE MONUMENTS
Sarasota, Fla., and Mrs. two brothers, Herman and 5. Survived by his wife, De- Detroit.
21 21
MOSES
WEINGARDEN
SINCE 1910
Tom (Audrey) Grossman; Dr Louis L., both of South- borah; a son, Henry of Oak-
22 22
Mrs. Buchman was a
IDA COHEN
land,
Calif.;
a
daughter,
22 22
field;
a
sister,
Mrs.
Harry
SOPHIE GOOD
two sisters, Mrs. Betty
13405 C APITAL at Coolidge
member of Hadassah, and
22 22
JACOB
HOLLAND
Mrs.
Ralph
(Frances)
Cohen
Stewart and Mrs. Rebecca (Tillie) Sturman of Oak
OAK PARK - Li 4.2212
Order of the Eastern Star.
22 22
ALBERT PRITZ
22 22
Schwartz; and four grand- Park; and four grand- of Sunnyvale, Calif.; and
. Next to Stanley Steamer
She leaves two daughters,
JACOB B. SHLAIN
22 22
children. Interment De- two grandchildren. Inter- Mrs. William (Gertrude)
ISRAEL STILLERMAN
children.
23 23
BERTHA COSSMAN
ment Mountain View.
troit.

Paley of Palm Beach and
23 23
ISADORE GLATTSTEIN
23 23

MAX KOZLOWSKI
Mrs. John A. (Florence)
FRED C. GERSON, 74,
MONUMENT
23 23
SIDNEY
LORFEL
BETTY LEBOVE, 80, of
Mintz of Mansfield, Ohio;
died June 12. He leaves a
23 23
HARRY MALTZ
Southfield,
died
June
11.
three
sisters,
Mrs.
Earl
H.
Margolis
CENTER,
INC.
23 23
23
son, Gerald; two sisters,
MORRIS STOLLER 23
Survived
by
a
daughter,
ERIC
WEISS
(Mollie)
Coplon
of
Dania,
Mrs. Charles (Lillian) Var-
Herbert Margolis, vice Fla., Mrs. Clarence (Fan-
661 E. 8 MILE,
Mrs. Charles M. (Florine)
Posen; two brothers, Harry president of Margolis Fur- nie) Rosenberg of Cincin-
Yes _ hivath Beth
FERNDALE
Galens and Sam Galinsky of niture Co. in Hamtramck, nati and Mrs. Isadore
Yehudah
E. Fromstein
11/2 Blocks E. of Woodward
Toronto, Ont.; a sister, Mrs. died June 11 at age 73.
(Jeanette) Pastor of Los
15751 W. Lincoln Dr.
Born in Middletown, Angeles, Calif.; seven
Lillian Kraisman of To-
6 Blks. from
Southfield
557-6750,
Fromstein, ronto; and three grand- Conn., Mr. Margolis lived
Edward'
grandchildren and four
3 Jewish Cemeteries
owner of the New Style children.
71 years in Detroit. He was great-grandchildren.
on Woodward
Cleaners and Laundry and
a member of Temple Israel, Interment Detroit.

of the Seville Cleaners in
Jewish War Veterans, Pis-
JO 4-5557
LI 2-8266
77,
of
FRANCES
LEVY,
GET RIMS
Detroit, died June 10 at age
Southfield, died June 5. gah and Oakland Century
76.
Lodges
of
B'nai
B'rith,
Fur-
L.
Feuerman
Born in Toronto, Ont., Survived by a son, Edwin of niture Club of Detroit,
Mr. Fromstein lived 45 ClarkstAin; two daughters, Zionist Organization of
Lillian Feuerman, a
years in Detroit. He had Mrs. Gordon (Judith) Smith America and American member of Jewish com-
and
Mrs.
Leonard
(Phyllis)
The Family
been retired. He was a
munal organizations, died
Jewish Congress.
member of Pisgah Lodge of Cohn; a brother, Reuben
of the Late
He leaves his wife, Ida; June 11 at age 83.
Axelrod
of
Delray
Beach,
B'nai B'rith and the Allied
Born in New York,•Mrs.
three,
daughters,
Mrs.
Paul
Cleaners and Tailors Asso- Fla.; two sisters, Mrs. Ida (Alicia) Tisdale, Mrs. David Feuerman was a member of
Katz and Mrs. Minnie
ciation.
(Elaine) Lippitt and Char- Hadassah, Women's Ameri-
He leaves a daughter, Shugol; and four grand- lene; two brothers, Irwin of can ORT and Zeiger Chap-
children.
Mrs. David H. (Elayne)
Wishes to thank'all our dear friends and rela-
Florida and Arnold; two sis- ter of B'nai B'rith.

Stulberg; four brothers,
She leaves two daughters,
ters,
Mrs.
George
(Rose)
fives for their kind thoughts and assistance
FREDA LUBIN, 72, of Zalman and Mrs. Max (Syl- Mrs. Harold (Rhea) Rowe
Harry of Willowdale, Ont.,
during our time of bereavement.
Harold of Toronto, William Southfield, died June 5. via) Garland of Highland and Mrs. Eugene (Sarena)
of New York and Albert of Survived by two sons, Gary Beach, Fla.; and eight Paul; and three grand-
New York; and six grand- of Van Nuys, Calif., and grandchildren.
Fr
children.
Martin of Arlington, Tex.;
children.

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