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Friday, June 29, 1984 79

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS •

OBITUARIES

A

SAMUEL DAVIS, 83,
died June 26. He leaves a
son, Raymond; a daughter,
Mrs. Ronald (Marianne)
Morian; two brothers, Mor-
ris of Miami Beach, Fla.,
and Herman of Los Angeles,
Calif.; two sisters, Mrs. Jack
(Vilma) Frank of Miami
Beach and Mrs. Gertrude
Wolf of Los Angeles; two
granddaughters and one
great-grandson.



WILLIAM "VAL"
DRYMAN, 65, died June
24. He leaves his wife, Ber-
nice; a son, Melvin; a
brother, Sam; a sister, Reva;
and three grandchildren.



BERNARD D. GOLD,

61, died June 27. He leaves
his wife, Betty; a son, Elliot;
two daughters, Mrs. Leslie
(Barbara) Azimov of

Agoura, Calif., and Geri of
Studio City, Calif; his
father, Harry Gold; a sister,
Constance Nathenson of
Shaker Heights, Ohio; and
two granddaughters. Serv-
ices 11:30 a.m. today at Ira
Kaufman Chapel.


DR. SHELDON S.
GOLD, 44, died June 25. He
leaves his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Jack (Goldie) Gold; two
sisters, Mrs. I. William
(Harriet) Sherr and Mrs.
Albert (Pearl) Coburn of
Potomac, Md.

WILMA GROSS, 87, of
Birmingham, died June 23.
Survived by a son, George
N. of Lombard, Ill.; a daugh-
ter, Mrs. Simon (Claire)
Morrell; two sisters, Mrs.
Ella Gross and Mrs. Manyi
Auslander, both of Cleve-
land, Ohio; i four

,

Rabbi Bernard Bergman,
tied to New York scandal

New York (JTA) — Rabbi president of the World Miz-
Bernard Bergman, a one- rachi Organization.
Rabbi Bergman was con-
time prominent leader of
the Orthodox Jewish com- victed for offering bribes to
munity who served eight former New York State As-
months of a one-year prison semblyman Albert Blu-
sentence in connection with menthal. He and his son,
nursing home scandals in Stanley, were indicted in
1975, died June 16. He was 1975 by the then Special
Nursing Home Prosecutor,
73.
Charles Hynes, on state and
Rabbi Bergman was a federal charges of Medicaid
past president of Mizrachi, fraud.
the Religious Zionists of
He pleaded guilty to part
America. He also had been of the indictment and
agreed to repay $2.5 mil-
lion, in exchange for which
Robert Showfer the indictment against his
son was dropped.
Robert G. Showfer, an ar-
chitect and senior architect
at Oakland University in
Rochester, died June 22 at Adele Ruby
age 60.
Adele Ruby, a member of
Born in Sweetwater, Tex., Jewish women's organiza-
Mr. Showfer had been an tions, died June 24 at age
architect for 37 years. He 83.
was a member of the Bale
Born in Russia, Mrs.
Post of Jewish War Vete- Ruby wns a member of
rans, B'nai B'rith and Hadassah, National Coun-
former member of the cil of Jewish Women and
American Institute of Ar- Women's American ORT.
chitects.
She leaves her husband,
He leaves his wife, Clara; Dr. John J.; two sons, Ar-
a son, Steven; a daughter, nold and Sydney L.; a
Mrs. Ralph (Saundra) brother, Max Rothbart of
Josephson; and his mother, Toronto, Ont.; and six
grandchildren.
Mrs. Ida Showfer.

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grandchildren and three
great-grandchildren.


ESTHER YETTA
COHEN LEON, 84, of Oak
Park, died June 24. Sur-
vived by three sons, David
Cargan of Torrance, Calif.,
Leonard Cargan of Yellow
Springs, Ohio, and Sidney
Cohen; two brothers, Max
Goldstein and Irving Golds-
tein; a sister, Mrs. Betty
Bayer; five grandchildren
and one great-grandchild.

WILLIAM MORIN, 76,
former Detroiter of North
Lauderdale, Fla., die June
22. Survived by his wife,
Mollie; a son, Dr. David W.
Gunsberg of Flint; a sister,
Mrs. Dora Rimar of West
Bloomfield; and three
grandchildren.

SAMUEL
MOS-
KOWITZ, 73, of Far-
mington Hills, died June 21.
Survived by two daughters,
Mrs. Gerald (Marilyn)
Herman and Ms. Brenda
Kaplan; a brother, Dan; and
four grandchildren.

BEATRICE NEWMAN,
83, died June 25. She leaves
her husband, Edward;
nieces and nephews.

MILTON VIEDRAH,
57, former Detroiter of Ft.

Lauderdale, Fla., died June died June 20. Survived by Louis A. of Orange, Calif.,
18. He leaves his wife, Enid; his wife, Jean; two sons, and David of Placentia,
a son, Andrew; a daughter, Kenneth M. of Cleveland, Calif.; a daughter, Mrs.
Beth; his parents, Mr. and Ohio, and Paul V. of New Jack (Helen) Marion of Los
Mrs. Joseph (Rose) Viedrah Orleans, La.; a daughter, Angeles, Calif.; eight
of Oak Park; a brother, Mrs. Steven (Cheryl) Kraft grandchildren and two
Gerald of Southfield; and a of Oak Park; four brothers, great-grandchildren.
sister, Mrs. Joel (Beverly) Morris of Southfield, Louis
Silber of Southfield. Inter- of Orchard Lake, Sidney of
ment Florida.
Pittsburgh, Pa., and Harry

of Southfield; and a sister,
During the coming
ROSE VIEDRAH, 79, of Celia of Deerfield Beach
week Yeshivath
Oak Park, died June 27. Fla.
Beth Yehudah will
Survived by her husband,

observe the
Joseph; a son, Gerald S.; a
Yahrzeits of the fol-
daughter, Mrs. Joel (Shir-
SCHOLOM (SAM)
lowing departed
friends, with the
ley) Silber; a brother, Dr. WEISENBERG,
90,
traditional Memo-
William H. Baron of St. former Detroiter of Santa
rial Prayers, recita-
Clair. Shores; a sister, Mrs. Monica, Calif., died June
tion of Kaddish and
Murray (Gertrude) Tait; 22. Survived by two sons,
Studying of MIs-
and eight grandchildren.
hnavos.
Services 1:30 p.m. today at
Sidney A. Deitch
Hebrew Memorial Chapel.
TAMMUZ JULY
DETROIT
DWORA BIGMAN
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WE REMEMBER


,

NATHAN WEINGAR-
DEN, 69, former Detroiter
of Deerfield Village, Fla.,

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