THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, September 7,, 1984
DOLORES PEARL BRAUN,
47, of Troy, died Aug. 30. Survived
by her husband, Moor; four sons,
Keith B., Mitchell L., Darryl R.
and Kenneth R.; her mother, Mrs.
Helen Granat; and a sister, Ros-
JACOB BRICKER, 95, died
Aug. 23. He leaves his wife, Yetta;
a son, Arthur; a sister, Mrs. Mor-
ris (Goldie) Bardenstein; and one
JACK BROUDY, 61, of South-
field, died Sept. 2. Survived by his
wife, Bea; two daughters, Mrs.
Michael (Michele) Swetesich and
Mrs. Roy (Judith) Friedman of
ALEXANDER CARNEY died
Sept. 5. He leaves his wife,
Abigail; a son, Brent; a brother,
Benjamin; and three
NATHAN COHEN, 84, died
Sept. 2. He leaves two daughters,
Mrs. Raymond (Myra) Gfeene and
Mrs. Milton (Regina) Weiss; eight
grandchildren and two great-
SYLVIA FEINGOLD COHEN,
84, former Detroiter of San Diego,
Calif., died Aug. 30. Survived by a
daughter, Mrs. Jordan (Louise)
Snider of San Diego; a sister, Mrs.
Leah Rozenal; and two grandsons.
MORRIS G. DRAPKIN, 84,
former Detroiter of North Miami,
Fla., died Aug. 29. Survived by his
wife, Mollie; a daughter, Saralu;
and two sisters, Cele Bertman of
Miami Beach and Anna Witzel of
DR. HARRY MEYER GAL-
LUP, 61, of Oak Park, died Sept.
2. Survived by his wife, Helen;
two daughters, Deborah of New
York and Suzanne; and a sister,
Mrs. Arnold (Anita) Dorenz of Al-
PAULINE GOODMAN, 92, died
Sept. 4. She leaves a daughter,
Edith; two sons, David and Nor-
man; six grandchildren and five
SIDNEY ISAAC GUYER, 83, of
Detroit, died Aug. 30. Survived by
two sons, Dr. Melvin J. of Ann
Arbor and Dr. Larry D. of Mission,
Kan.; two daughters, Mrs. Gilbert
(Mae) Banner of Sarasota Springs
N.Y., and Mrs. Eli (Joyce) Labiner
of Flint; two brothers, Max and
Benjamin of Margate, Fla.; two
sisters, Mrs. Barney (Rae) Zatkoff
and Mrs. Esther Feldman of
Placentia, Calif.; and ten grand-
STUART HIRSHBERG, 66,
died Sept. 1. He leaves his wife,
Viola; four sons, Joel of East Lans-
ing, Glen, Neil and Dale of Boul-
der, Colo.; and a sister, Mrs.
Thalia Fine of Anaheim, Calif.
ANNE JACOBS, 76, of Bir-
mingham, died Sept. 3. Survived
by three sons, Paul, Earl R. and
Lanny; a daughter, Sheryl; a sis-
ter, Mrs. Ida Miller; and seven
MARGARET KLEIN, 81,
former Detroiter of Bay Harbor Is-
land, Fla., died Sept. 5. She leaves
two sons, Robert of Los Angeles,
Calif., and Kenneth of Far-
mington Hills; two sisters, Mrs.
Benjamin (Evelyn) Mostyn of
Southfield and Mrs. Irene Simon
of Oak Park; and six
grandchildren. Services 9:30 a.m.
Sunday at Ira Kaufman Chapel.
ANN KLEINPLATZ, 75, former
Detroiter of Los Angeles, Calif.,
died Sept. 2. Survived by her hus-
band, Abraham; a brother, Percy
Maslowe of Southfield; two sis-
ters, Mrs. Harry (Freda) Ab-
romowitz and Mrs. Morris (Rose)
Sokoloff, both of Los Angeles;
nieces, nephews, grandnieces and
GRACE LEVINSON, 64, of
Livonia, died Sept. 3. Survived by
two sons, Jack and Blair; two
daughters, Mrs. William (Anita)
Cottrell and Mrs. Larry (Geral-
dine) Rubin of Lake Worth, Fla.;
and six grandchildren.
GUSSIE LEVITT, 93, died Aug.
29. She leaves a son, Eugene; ten
grandchildren and five great-
ANN MOGILL, 86, former De-
troiter of Bal Harbor, Fla., died
Sept. 3. She leaves two sons, Dr.
George of Birmingham and Harry
of Miami, Fla.; a brother, Mark
Soroko of Bal Harbor; five grand-
children and five great-grand-
children. Interment Detroit.
IRVING L. PACTOR, 88, of
New Orleans, La., died Sept. 4.
Survived by his wife, Esther; a
son, Sander of Metairie, La.; four
daughters, Mrs. Joseph (Jody)
Rau of North Dakota, Mrs. Morris
(Marlene) Lew, Mrs. Arthur
(Leba) Friedman of Birmingham
and Mrs. Deborah Gentcher of
Metairie; four brothers, Sam.
Morris, David and Abraham; a
sister, Faun Weiss; and nine
ARTHUR WEBER, 83, died
Aug. 30. He leaves a son, Elliott R.
"Skip" of Canoga Park, Calif.; a
daughter, Mrs. Frank (Patricia)
Burlak; ten grandchildren and
DOROTHY ZIEGLER, 76, died
Sept. 1. She leaves a son, Leon; a
daughter, Mrs. Steve (Phyllis)
Lewkowicz; three brothers,
Charles Madison of New York,
Harry Madison and Arthur
Rapaport of Vancouver, B.C.; six
grandchildren and one great-
19800 WOODWARD AVE.
Betw. 7 and 8 Mile Roads
Attorney. Frank Schwartz dies at 91
Frank Schwartz, an attorney
with offices in Detroit, died Sept. 4
at age 91.
A native of Leavenworth, Kan.,
Mr. Schwartz worked as an inves-
tigator for Frank P. Walsh,
Samuel Gompers and Franklin D.
Roosevelt prior to becoming an at-
torney. He was a friend of former
President Harry Truman.
Mr. Schwartz came to Detroit in
1924. A few years later he ran for
the office of mayor of Detroit and
for the Recorder's Court in 1927.
In 1944, he was a delegate to the
Democratic National Convention
Harry J. Kellman, a pharma-
cist, died Sept. 2 at age 67.
A native Detroiter, Mr.
Kellman was the former owner of
Robin Hood Drugs in Detroit. He
owned the business from 1948 to
1970. Since 1970 he worked for
He was a member of Temple Is-
rael, Tam O'Shanter Country
Club, Mosaic Lodge of the Ma-
sons, Zionist Organization of
America Metro Detroit District
and Michigan Pharmaceutical
He leaves his wife, Phyllis; a
son, Dr. Sanford of Orinda, Calif.;
a daughter, Mrs. Kenneth (Bar-
bara Jo) Safran; a brother, Dr.
Fred; and one grandson.
and for three years he served as
secretary of the Democratic
County Chairman's Association
He organized and was president
for six terms of the Jolly
Bachelors Club. He represented
many civic organizations and.
worked on behalf of many Jewish
Mr. Schwartz was the youngest
city-wide chairman in the history
of the Detroit area Zionist drive.
He was a former vice president of
the Downtown Synagogue and a
former delegate to the Jewish
Community Council. While in
Kansas City, he was the attorney
for the Hebrew Free Loan Asso-
He was a lifetime member of the
NAACP and held membership in
Knights of Pythias, Elks, Shrin-
ers, Moslem Lodge and was a 32nd
He leaves his wife, .Gwen;
nieces and nephews. Services
11:30 a.m. today at Ira Kaufman
Over 60 Years In Same Location!
Sidney A. Deitch
14441 W. 11 Mile Rd.
Coolidge & Greenfield
399-2711 Eye. 626-0330
13405 CAPITAL at Coolidge
OAK PARK LI 4-2212
Next to Stanley Steamer
During the coming
Beth Yehudah will
Yahrzeits of the fol-
friends, with the
rial Prayers, recita-
tion of Kaddish and
Studying of Mis-
IRVING R. BERG
ABRAHAM J. HUDOSH
SARAH C. RAPP
ANNA KUSHNER LEVITT
ISADORE C. LUBETSKY
MRS. D. UNGAR
MORRIS N. KLEIFF
MAX L. RAIMI
SIGMUND M. THORNE
EDUS BARSHACK BERMAN
CHANA D. KAZERINSKI
AVROHOM M. KAZERINSKI
SAMUEL H. GOLDMAN
IDA ESTHER BECKER
ESTHER GERTRUDE RUFFSKY
EDITH G. COHEN
15751 W. Lincoln Dr.
"Serving the Jewish community with
traditional dignity and understanding"
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