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January 25, 1985 - Image 87

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-01-25

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Friday, January 25, 1985

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19800 WOODWARD AVE.

Betw. 7 and 8 Mile Roads

DR. CHERYL E. BLAISUS
(SCHUMER), 31, of Portage,

Mich., died Jan. 18. Survived by
her husband, David Schumer; a
son, Nathan; her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Richard (Barbara) Blaisus; a
brother, Rick; and a sister, Mrs.
Dale (Debby) Siwula.

HERMAN HYMAN BURNS-
TEIN, 67, died Jan. 23. He leaves

two sons, Martin of Stuart, Fla.,
and Robert of Orlando, Fla.; a
brother, Harry of California; and
two sisters, Mrs. Frank (Goldie)
Talkow of Flint and Mrs. Eva
Abeloff.

JOSEPH BROWN, 73, former

Detroiter of Seattle, Wash., died
Jan. 12. He leaves his wife,
Mania; a son, Sidney of Van-
couver, Wash.; a daughter, Erica,
of Haworth, N.J.; two brothers,
Sol of Detroit and David of Oak
Park; and five grandchildren.
Interment Seattle.

PAUL CAVALER, 76, died Jan.

20. He leaves is wife, Marion; a
son, Richard; a brother, Max of
Tucson, Ariz.; and a sister, Mrs.
Joseph (Frances) Fleisher.

SARAH ESKOW of Southfield
died Jan. 16. Survived by a
daughter, Mrs. Philip (Gail)
Stein; a sister, Mrs. Seymour
(Pearl) Chizem of Beverly Hills,
Calif.; two grandchildren and one
great-grandson.

MANUEL MAX FINK, 84, of

Detroit, died Jan. 21. No known
survivors.

IDA FULLER, 89, of Southfield,

died Jan. 20. Survived by two
sons, Henry J. and Sidney A.; a

daughter, Mrs. Martin (Char-
lotte) Gurwin; seven
grandchildren and five great-
grandchildren.

JEANNE R. LIPSHY, 62, died

MARY HIRSCHFELD, 86, of

Detroit, died Jan. 20. Survived by
four brothers and one sister.

EDWARD JAFFE, 83, died Jan.

18. He leaves three sons, Morton,
Stanley of New York City and
Robert; a brother, William; four
grandchildren and one great-
grandson.

MOLLIE KAHN, 78, former Oak
Park resident of Los Angeles,
Calif., died Jan. 8. Survived by
two sons, Donald and Jerome,
both of California; a daughter,
Mrs. Fred (Marlene) Galperin of
Southfield; eight grandchildren
and two great-grandchildren.
Interment Los Angeles.

SAMUEL L. KARBAL, 88, of
Southfield, died Jan. 19. Survived
by a son, Albert E.; two daughters,
Mrs. William (Elizabeth) Litt and
Mrs. Arnold (Florence) Michlin; a
brother, Zelig; 13 grandchildren
and nine great-grandchildren.

DR. SAMUEL I. KOVEN, 63,

In a political career that
spanned more than half a century,
Mr. Bentov served in various gov-
ernment Cabinet posts, including
minister of labor and reconstruc-
tion, of housing, and of develop-
ment. He headed the Knesset's
economic committee until his res-
ignation from active political life
in 1973.
He was the only surviving
member of the national adminis-
tration of the pre-state Jewish
community in Palestine which
became the provisional govern-
ment of Israel after the Declara-
tion of Independence in 1948, of
which he was a signator.
Born in Poland in 1900, Mr. Be-
ntov led a young group of mem-
bers of the Hashomer Hatzair
movement in 1920 to Palestine
where he became a leader of Kib-
butz Ha'Artzi. In 1943 he founded
and became editor of Mapam's
daily newspaper, Al Hamishmar.
Besides his work as a journalist,
Mr. Bentov authored several
books, among them Binational
Solution of the Palestinian Prob-

Jan. 17. She leaves her husband,
Morris; and two grandchildren.

SAM G.MARKS, 77, died Jan.
24. He leaves his wife, Sara; a son,
Michael N. of Hollywood, Calif.;
two daughters, Mrs. Elliott
(Elinor) Feldman of Columbus,
Ohio, and Mrs. Leonard (Eileen)
Lachover; two sisters, Mrs. An-
nabelle Biederman and Mrs. Joel
(Lillian) Salinger; and two
grandsons.

FLORENCE MUSKOVITZ, 65,

died Jan. 18. She leaves her hus-
band, Dave; three sons, Melvin of
Ann Arbor, Harold and Alan; a
daughter, Mrs. Charles (Sharon)
Newman of Ann Arbor; her
father, Samuel Sborow; a sister,
Mrs. Victor (Ruth) Hurwitz; and
eight grandchildren.

IRENE POLLACK, 93, died

HELEN LAVENTHAL, 85, died

NATHAN ROSIN, 95, of Dear-

YETTA SHAPERO, 88, died

Jan. 19. She leaves a sister, Mrs.
Emanuel (Marian) Rosenthal.

ELSIE STAHL, 69, died Jan. 18.

She leaves a son, Elliott; a sister,
Mrs. Pauline Krass.

HARRY STEIN, 71, died Jan.

22. He leaves three brothers, Irv-
ing of Boynton Beach, Fla., Ber-
nard Kemper of Los Angeles,
Calif., and Alpert Kemper; and a
sister, Frieda Newman.

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tion of Kaddish and
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ELIZABETH EIZELMAN
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SAM LEIDER
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YETTA LOPATIN
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CELIA FINE
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JACOB GOTTLIEB
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PEARL HELPER
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FREDA KRAKOW
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born Heights, died Jan. 17. Sur-
vived by four sons, Paul, Harold,
Maurice of Ann Arbor and Hugh
J.; ten grandchildren and seven
great-grandchildren.

22. He leaves two sons, Gordon
and Lawrence of New York City;
and three grandsons.

Phone 368-3 550

Over 60 Years In Same Location!

Sidney A. Deitch

FRANK SAULS, 83, died Jan.

lem (1946) and Israel's Economy
at the Crossroads (1965).
He served as a delegate to
numerous Zionist Congresses,
and as a member of the Round
Table Conference on Palestine in
London in 1939, and to the Zionist
Political Committee at Lake Suc-
cess in 1947. Among the numer-
ous organizations Mr. Bentov was
active in over the years was the
executive of the Histadrut, the
world executive of Hashomer
Hatzair, and the World Jewish
Congress.

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20. She leaves her husband,
Louis; two daughters, Myra and
Dava of Jackson Hole, Wyo.; a
brother, Aaron Bakst of San Di-
ego, Calif.; three sisters, Mrs.
Yale (Esther) Kahn of San Diego,
Mrs. William (Rebecca) Kass of
Florida and Mrs. Hyman (Mary)
Heller of New York.

84, died Jan. 19. He leaves his
wife, Kate; two brothers, Dr. Max
Karl of Paradise Valley, Ariz.,
and Sam; and six grandchildren.

Jan. 19. She leaves two daugh-
ters, Mrs. Samson (Susan) Inwald
and Mrs. Leonard (Rosalind)
Marvin of Northridge, Calif.; and
six grandchildren. Interment
California.

Jan. 17. She leaves two daugh-
ters, Mrs. Sam (Betty) Pianin and
Mrs. Milton (Elaine) Elmer of
Richmond, Va.; a brother, Ken-
neth Schwartz of Denville, N.J.; a
sister, Mrs. Gus (Marjorie) Or-

DIANE ZUCKER, 65, died Jan.

I. HARRY NEWMAN, D.D.S.,

died Jan. 17. He leaves a son,
Sheldon; a daughter, Mrs. Melvin
(Norrine) Freeman; two brothers,
Harold and Charles of
Williamsville, N.Y.; and two
grandchildren.

Mordechai Bentov Dies

Tel Aviv (JTA) — Mordechai
Bentov, a former Mapam leader
and founder and editor of the
movement's newspaper, Al
Hamishmar, died Jan. 19. He was
84.

dover of Great Neck, N.Y.; four
grandchildren and seven great-
grandchildren.

ii--)Ei Herbert Kaufman

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