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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-08-17

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86 Friday, August 17, 1984

MASONRY

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Will respond to all letters. phone
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SARAH ROSE BECKER, Julius of West Bloomfield;
80, former Detroiter of two daughters, Mrs. Phillip
Miami Beach, Fla., died (Sylvia) Schomberger of
Aug. 14. Survived by a son, North Bay Village, Fla.,
and Mrs. Marvin (Betty)
Bresoff of Dunedin, Fla.;
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nine grandchildren and six
39 YEAR OLD fun loving busi- great-grandchildren.

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35 years old with Interests in
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sensitive, loving men. Reply to
J.N. #127.

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great tunes from the
20s, 30s, 40s and
provide my own
piano.

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JACOB BERKOWITZ,

94, of Southfield, died Aug.
9. Survived by three sons,
Julius, Fred and David; a
daughter, Rose of San Di-
ego, Calif.; 18 grand-
children and six great-
grandchildren.

SOL BOLIN, 74, former
Detroiter of North Miami
Beach, Fla., died Aug. 14.
Survived by his wife,
Manya; a son, Melvin David
of Encinitas, Calif.; a
brother, William Balensky
of Tamarac, Fla.; two sis-
ters, Mrs. Morton (Esther)
Kaplan of Oak Park and
Mrs. Bessie Andrews of
Southfield; and four grand-
children.

LOUIS (
CHARLES
BROMBERG, 88, died

Aug. 10. He leaves a daugh-
ter, Mrs. Kurt (Sylvia) El-
lenbogen; a brother, Sol of
Las Vegas, Nev.; one grand-
son and two great-grand-
sons.

ROSE BUCHFIRER, 82,
of Southfield, died Aug. 13.
Survived by two sons, Phil-
lip Buckfire and David
Buckfire; and six grand-
children.

HERMAN GROPMAN,

57, of the Bronx, N.Y., died
Aug. 15. He leaves his wife,
Jacqueline; a son, Larry of
Taylor; a daughter, Celine
of the Bronx; his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Morris (Net-
tie) Gropman of the Bronx; a
brother, Jerome C. of West
Bloomfield. Interment De-
troit.

PAUL JOSEPH GROSS,
56, of Southfield, died Aug.
15.„Survived by his wife,
Pearl; two sons, Dr. Barry of
Ann Arbor and Dr. Steven
of Glenview, Ill.; a brother,
Jack; and three grand-
children.

BERNARD SAMUEL
HARRIS, 64, of Detroit,

died Aug. 12. Survived by
daughters, Lauren of Seat-
tle, Wash., Gina Spurling
and Corina Spurling; two
brothers, Louis Burke and
Irving Handelman; and a
sister, Mrs. Yale (Rose)
Ginsberg.

TOBY HARRIS, 87, of Oak

Park, died Aug. 12. Sur-
vived by her husband,
Harry; a son, Matisyohu of
Israel; a daughter, Mrs.
Zelig (Zelda) Landy; seven
grandchildren and four
great-grandchildren.

LYLE HIRSHFIELD, 72,

died Aug. 14. He leaves his
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More Obituaries on Page 35

Judith Slavin and Martha
Cohen; two sons, David of
Santa Rosa, Calif., and Jess
Elson; a sister, Mrs.
Leonard (Zora) Horwitz;
and seven grandchildren.

MAX JASLOW, 88, former
Detroiter of Florida, died
Aug. 12. Survived by a son,
Dr. Albert of Florida; a
daughter, Mrs. Milton (Le-
nore) Darwin of Syracuse,
N.Y.; a sister, Mrs. Abe
(Anne) Moss of Southfield;
eight grandchildren and
five great-grandchildren.
Interment Florida.

Larae of Lansing; and a sis-
ter, Mrs. Helen Lappin of
Huntington Woods. Inter-
ment Grand Rapids.

ROSE ROSENFELD, 88,

of Detroit; died Aug. 11.
Survived by two daughters,
Mrs.. Norman (Anne) Saul-
les and Mrs. William
(Jeanette) Rosen; a brother,
David Altman of Israel; five
grandchildren and two
great-grandchildren.

SARAH SCHECHTER,

94, died Aug. 11. She leaves
two sons, Joseph and Sam; a
sister, Jeanne Merrill of
New York; seven grand-
DR. ALBERT S. KAL- children and 10 great-
MAN, 63, former Detroiter grandchildren.
of Sunrise, Fla., died Aug.
13. Survived by a son, Mark ANNA SCHONBORN, 81,
of Sunrise; a daughter, of Southfield, died Aug. 9.
Michelle of Sunrise; a sister, Survived by two daughters,
Mrs. Carl (Evelyn) Maness Mrs. Frances Lewis of
of Southfield; nieces and Woodland Hills, Calif., and
nephews. Interment Mrs. Herman (Elaine)
Florida.
Lusky; 10 grandchildren
and three great-grand-
LEONA KATCHER, 74, of children.
Southfield, died Aug. 12.
Survived by a sister, Mrs. DORA SMITH,. 81, died
Yitzchock (Rose) Katcher of Aug. 14. She leaves a sister,
Ramat Gan, Israel; and Bertha Farber; nieces and
three grandchildren, Leslie nephews.
Taub, Gary Taub and
Stewart Taub; and four DONALD WASSER-
MAN, 54, died Aug. 12. He
great-grandchildren.
leaves three sons, David,
PAMELA G. LeBOW, 36, Daniel and Harold; a
died Aug. 9. She leaves her brother, Dr. Harold; and
parents, Mr. and Mrs. four grandchildren.
Joseph (Gusta) Greenberg;
and a brother, Barton SAM WEINBERGER, 77,
of Oak Park, died Aug. 14.
Greenberg.
Survived by his wife, Syl-
ISRAEL RODEN, 71, of via; a son, Dr. Kenneth, four
Grand Rapids, died Aug. 6. daughters, Ms. Lois
Survived by his wife, Gol- Teicher, Ms. Ruth Katz,
die; a son, Marvin of Fair- Mrs. Bernard (Phyllis)
mont, Ohio; a daughter, Remer and Mrs. Robert
(Joan) Weisenberger of
Portland, Ore.; and 15
W. Rosenthal
grandchildren.
William R. "Bob" Rosent-
hal, president of Glendale
Foods, died Aug 15 at age ,Henry Minskoff,
58.
NY developer
Born in Oak Park, Ill.,
Mr. Rosenthal was a Detroit
New York (JTA) — Henry
resident for 48 years. He Minskoff, a leading builder
was a member of Temple and a founder of the Albert
Beth El, past director of the Einstein College of
Franklin Hills Country Medicine, died Monday at
Club and was an active sup- age 73.
porter of the Evans Schol-
He and two brothers took
arship Fund and the Torah over the real-estate firm
Drive. He also was a started by their father and
member of the Hundred built office buildings,
Club.
apartment houses and
In World War II, he shopping centers through-
served as a corporal in the out the New York area and
Marine Corps stationed in in Baltimore, Philadelphia
the South Pacific and and Detroit.
China.
The Minskoff family re-
In the Jewish Welfare cently built the 10-story
Federation's Allied Jewish Sam and Esther Minskoff
Campaign, he was a former Cultural Center and Park
chairman of the Food Di- East Day School as an ad-
vision.
junct to the Park East
He leaves his wife, Dusty; Synagogue of which the de-
a son, Bob Rosenthal, Jr.; a ceased was a trustee.
daughter, Judy of Miami
He was president and
Beach, Fla.; his mother, chairman of the United
Mrs. Morey L. (Dorothy R.) Hoine for Aged Hebrews in
Rosenthal; two sisters, Mrs. New Rochelle, N.Y., and
Leslie (Mary Ann) Verby of former director of the
Washington, D.C., and Mrs. Lexington School for the
Leonard (Ginny) Alkon. Deaf, an agency of the New
Services 10 a.m. today at Ira York Federation of Jewish
Philanthropies.
N.gekAa liqi!'i

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