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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, July 6, 1984

OBITUARIES

63

Sidney A. Deitch
DETROIT
MONUMENT WORKS

14441 W. 11 Mlle Rd.

Gardner, Itatw. Coolidge I Greenfield

GERALD L. CRASS-
NAN, 78, former Detroit of
Dade City, Fla., died June
21. Survived by his wife,
Viola: a son, Leon of Taylor;
a daughter, Rosalyn C.
Goldman of royal Oak; a
brother, Joachim of Sher-
man Oaks, Calif.; a sister,
Mrs. Lucia Robiner of
Southfield; and four grand-
children. Services in
Florida.

ALBERT GOFF, 76,
former Detroiter of Lauder-
dale Lakes, Fla., died July
2. Survived by his wife,
Rose; two sons, Aaron of
Southfield and Myron of
Livonia; two sisters, Mrs.
Ida Wagner of Huntington
Woods and Mrs. Doris
Surath of Bay City; five
grandchildren and one

Ruth Leib

Ruth M. Leib, an elemen-
tary school teacher in the
Detroit Public Schools, died
June 30 at age 58.
A native Detroiter, Mrs.
Leib was a member of
Hadassah and Women's
American ORT.
She leaves a son, Richard;
a daughter, Betsy; a sister,
Mrs. Harvey (Nadine) Mil-
ler; nieces and nephews.

Joseph Pleasant

Joseph Pleasant, retail
men's clothing sales repre-
sentative, died July 1 at age
80.
Born in Russia, Mr.
Pleasant lived 70 years in
Detroit. He was a member of
Cong Beth Achim, Pisgah
Lodge of B'nai B'rith and
Akiva Hebrew Day School.
He leaves is wife, Julia; a
son, Lewis; six
grandchildren and four
great-grandchildren.

great-grandchild. Inter-
ment Ft. Lauderdale.

SAMUEL HAMMER-
STEIN, 70, of Hollywood,
Fla., died June 29. Survived
by his wife, Ann; two
daughters, Rhoda Smith of
West Bloomfield and Janice
Pearlman of Oak Park; a
brother, Saul; and five
grandchildren. Interment
Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.

JENNIE HOFFMAN,
86, of Farmington Hills,
died June 29. Survived by
two daughters, Mrs. Betty
Mittleman and Mrs. Alvin
(Lorraine) Gale; nine
grandchildren and seven
great-granddhildren.

HELENE HOLLEN-
DE R; 75, of Southfield, died
July 2. Survived by a son,
Salomon L.; a daughter,
Mrs. Sol (Sonia) Weisfeld; a
brother, Eric Hoffmann of
Germany; two sisters, four
grandchildren and two
great-grandchildren.

HENRY HORWITZ, 73,
of Farmington Hills, died

Sadie Weisman

Sadie Weisman, a
member of Jewish com-
munal organizations, died
July 3 at age 91.
Mrs. Weisman was a 70-
year member of Temple
Beth El and its sisterhood, a
past president of Home Re-
lief Society, and a member
of National Council of
Jewish Women, Hadassah,
Sinai Hospital Guild and
Denver League.
She leaves a son, Dr
Avery of Boston, Mass.; a
daughter, Mrs. Sol (Sybil)
Hoffman; five grandchil-
dren and 12 great-grand-
children.

Ban on Kach, Progressives
lifted by Israel high court

Jerusalem (JTA) — The
Supreme Court reversed the
Central Committee's ban on
the participation of two
political parties in the July
23 Knesset elections.
The five judge panel ruled
unanimously that the Pro-
gressive List for Peace, a co-
alition of Israeli Arabs and
Jews and Rabbi Mejr
Kahane's far rightwing
Kach party have the right to
present their lists to the
voters.
Both parties appealed to
the high court against the
ban, arguing that the Cen-
tral Elections Committee
exceeded its authority by
imposing it. The judges did

not deal with that charge
but ruled that even if the
Central Elections Commit-
tee had the authority there
was no justification to deny
the right of the parties to
take part in the elections.
right of the parties to take
part in the elections.
The Central Elections
Committee, composed of
representatives of the var-
ious political parties and
chaired by Supreme Court
Justice Gavriel Bach, voted
to ban the Progressive List
for Peace because it calls for
a Palestinian state and
political negotiations with
the Palestine Liberation
Organization.

THE pRA

399-2711 Eve. 626-0330

July 3. Survived by his wife,
Florence; two sons, Martin
and Harvey; three sisters,
Mrs. Alex (Esther) Meizler,
Mrs. Grace Lustig and Mrs.
Martin (Marjorie) Pastor of
Boca Raton, Fla.; and seven
grandchildren.

ROSE KANTOR, 80, of
Detroit, died July 3. Sur-
vived by nieces, nephews
and cousins.


ALBERT H. LENT-
ZER, 74, of Southfield, died
June 28. Survived by his
wife, Betty Bess; two
daughters, Mrs. Lawrence
(Arlene) Trute and Lois
Fine; two sisters, Mrs.
Maurice (Lee) Gantz and
Mrs. Earle (Ruth) Propp of
Marysville, Mich.• six
grandchildren and ' one
great-grandchild.


SAUL RABINS, 63,
former Detroiter of
Tamarac, Fla., died July 1.
Survived by. his wife, Mina;
a son, Dr. Sy of Chicago, Ill.;
a sister, Yucha Wilensky of
Israel; and one grand-
daughter. Interment
Florida.

LEWIS RENNER, 65, of
Oak Park, died June 30.

Survived by his wife, Shir-
ley; a son, Marc B.; a daugh-
ter, Mrs. Stefan R. (Gail K.)
London; a sister, Mrs.
Frieda Goldman; and one
granddaughter.

SOPHIA SHAPIRO, 88,
died July 1. She leaves a
son, William of Flint; a
daughter, Mrs. Norman
(Naomi) Tendler; four
grandchildren and seven
great-grandchildren.

LOUIS SILVERMAN,
89, of Brooklyn, N.Y., died
June 26. Survived by his
wife, Lillian; a son, Robert
Sterling of Fairlawn, N.J.; a
daughter, Mrs. Melvin H.
(Joan) Hornstein of Oak
Park; two grandchildren
and two great-grand-
daughters. Interment New
York.

JULIE ANN SUGAR,
20, of Farmington Hills,
died July 1. Survived by her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. An-
drew (Eva) Sugar; a
brother, Peter E.; and her
grandmother, Mrs. Ethel
Farago.

IRENE WALDMAN, 68,
of Detroit, died July 2. Sur-
vived by a brother, Qigene;
two sisters, Mrs. mour
(Rita) Strong of Yorktown

Heights, N.Y., and Mrs.
Patrick (Evelyn) Allanson
of Ukiah, Calif.

MORRIS WOLF, 66,
former Detroiter of Sunrise,
Fla., died July 3. He leaves
his wife, Sylvia; a son, Dr.
Steven of Birmingham; a
daughter, Mrs. Steven
(Cynthia) Lupiloff of West
Bloomfield; a brother, Irv-
ing; four sisters, Mrs. Saul
(Sarah) Smith, Mrs. Al
(Ray) Epstein, Mrs. Murray
(Ida) Lickerman and Mrs.
Sidney (Bertha) Farber; and
five grandchildren.

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SHELDON
MONUMENT
COMPANY

19800 WOODWARD AVE.

Betw. 7 and 8 Mile Roads

Playwright Hellman dies

Boston, Mass. — Playw-
right Lillian Hellman died
June 30 at age 79.
Miss Hellman was the

Dr. Feldenkreis

Tel Aviv (JTA) — Dr.
Moshe Feldenkreis, a world
famous physiotherapist
who taught' Prime Minister
David Ben-Gurion to stand
on his head, died July 2.
Dr. Feldenkreis de-
veloped a revolutionary sys-
tem of physiotherapy and
exercise based on yoga
which was taken up by prac-
titioners all over the world.
Ben-Gurion followed his re-
gimen throughout his life.
According to Dr. Felden-
kreis he instructed Israel's
first prime minister to stand
on his head daily to improve
the circulation of blood to
his brain. Another benefit,
Dr. Feldenkreis would say,
was the different view of the
world a national leader got
while ' standing upside
down.
Dr. Feldenkreis lectured
in many countries, includ-
ing the U.S. where Senators
invited him to demonstrate
his system.

Phone 368-3550

author of The Little Foxes,
The Children's Hour and
three books,Pentimento, An
Unfinished Woman and
Scoundrel Time.
Watch on the Rhine and
The Searching Wind also
were among her works.
In 1952, before the House
UnAmerican Activities
Committee Miss Hellman
denied she was a member of
the Communist Party, and
refused to testify about the
political activities of her
associates.

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In Same Location!

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CENTER, INC.

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WE REMEMBER

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 Ns-
hnavos.

TAMMUZ UL
JOSEPH KAPLAN
MAE KLEE
SARAH LEVIN
AUGUSTA MERMELSTEIN
PHILLIP MILLER
ISAAC ROSNER
LOUIS BERKOWER
ETHEL GOLDBERG
MENDEL GORDON
FAY GOLDMAN LEVY
MORRIS S. WAYNE
PHILIP YAKER
EUGENE M. ZACK
ANNA BERENT
1 1
TIBY BURNSTINE
1 1
BENJAMIN CHERNOFF
1 1
HYMAN D. DORMAN
1 1
BERTHA HARBOR
1 1
BERTHA KASHTAN
1 1
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SAMUEL ARONOFF
11 11
SOL NATHAN BLOCH
11 11
SAMUEL GOREN
11 11
SARAH GREENBAUM
11 11
NATHAN KORMAN
1 11
SOPHIA SAULSON
11 11
MARGARET SELIK
11 11
DAVE STEIN
11 11
NATHAN ZABLUDOVSKY
11 11
FLORENCE EGLAR
12 12
ANNA GISBERG
12 12
MARION LAVEN
- 12 12
HYMAN MANDELBAUM
12 12
SANDRA F. MEDLER
12 12
NOCHUM ROSENBERG
12 12
SYLVIA SCHNEIDER
12 12
HARRY SCHUMAN '
12 12
CHAIM Z. STRAUSS
11 22 12
12
CELIA TEREBELO
VICTOR S. AXELROD
13 13
YETTA FRIEDMAN
13 13
IRVING KLEIFF
13 13
MAX NEIMARK
13 13
TCHARNE SCHNEIDER
13 13
WOLF SCHNEIDER
13 13
MORRITZ SCHUBINER
13 13
HARRY SEAMAN
13 13
GAD STRUBEL
13 13
RIVA BROWNS
14 14
MOLLY COHEN
1 14
14 114
14
ANNA EISENBERG
BESSIE GOLDSTEIN
14 14
PHILIP GROSSMAN
14 14
BERTHA SPINNER
1 44 14 4
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