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February 22, 1985 - Image 79

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-02-22

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

DETROIT
MONUMENT
WORKS

14441 W. 11 Mlle Rd.

Park, died Feb. 13. Survived by
his wife, Minnie: four sons,
Michael L. of Encino, Calif., Gre-
gory R. of Woodland Hills, Calif.,
Sanford of Los Angeles, Calif.,
and Dr. Sheldon Nathanson of
Vancouver, B.C.; two brothers,
William of Largo, Fla., and Oscar
of Nashville, Tenn.; three sisters,
Mrs. Rose Davidson, Mrs. Mae
Pike of Saginaw and Mrs. Paul
(Gwen) Kelman; and six grand-
children.

PHILIP BAKST, 52, of South-

field, died Feb. 20. Survived by his
wife, Jean; a son, Dr. Barry L. of
Narberth, Pa.; a daughter, Marci
of Marietta, Ga.; and two
brothers, David of Windsor and
Louis.

HILDA GACH, 96, died Feb. 15.

She leaves two sons, Paul and
Richard; eight grandchildren and
14 great-grandchildren.

MARY SHORR GREEN, 84,

former Detroiter of Los Angeles,
Calif., died Jan. 29. Survived by
four sons, Robert Shorr, Jack
Shorr and Mickey Shorr and Jack
Green; two daughters, Mrs. Phil-
lip (Sally) Sanfield and Mrs. Jack
(Nita) Corinblit; a brother, Her-
bert Tomarin; 16 grandchildren
and eight great-grandchildren.
Interment Los Angeles.

HELEN JOYCE GREEN-
BERG, 43, of Detroit, died Feb.

15. Survived by two brothers,
Samuel Greenberg of British
Columbia and David Greenberg;
and a sister, Arlene Greenberg of
New York City.

JACK GUBKIN, 67, former De-
troiter of Cleveland Heights,
Ohio, died Feb. 16. He leaves his
wife, Mollie; four sons, Jan of
Southfield, David of New York,
Michael of Cleveland Heights and
Marc of Columbus, Ohio; and six
grandchildren.

EDWARD KOVALSKY, 80,

died Feb. 19. He leaves his wife,
Anna; a son, Alvin of California; a
daughter, Mrs. David (Gertrude)

Evelyn Zack

Evelyn Croll Zack symbolized
multiple family involvements
with the interests she pursued
jointly with her husband David,
her brother David Croll, the
Canadian senator and former
mayor of Windsor, and her
brothers, the physicians.
She identified closely with
Jewish National Fund, her hus-
band having served as president
of the Detroit JNF Council, and
with Hadassah, and with her
encouragement to her brother,
Dr. Maurice Croll, who made
poetry a second role in life to
ophthalmology.
Mrs. Zack, 74, died Feb. 17. Be-
sides her husband, she leaves two
sons, Robert C. and H. James; a
daughter, Mrs. Stephen
(Caroline) Cooper; four brothers,
Sen. David Croll of Toronto, Dr.
Leo J. Croll, Dr. Maurice Croll
and Cecil Croll of Windsor; and
five grandchildren.

Dwoskin; a brother, Sam of Miami
Beach, Fla.; five grandchildren
and one great-grandchild.
JACK BERT LEOPOLD, 70, of
Detroit, died Feb. 15. Survived by
his wife, Clara; two daughters,
Laura and Mrs. Bernard D.
(Sandra) Sherman; a sister, Mrs.
Irma Lewinsky of New York City;
and one grandson.

LEONIE MITCHEL, 68, died

Feb. 14. She leaves a son, Robert;
and two grandchildren.

LAWRENCE GEORGE MOS-
COE, 58, of Livonia, died Feb. 16.

Survived by his wife, Eunice;
three sons, Brian J. of Campbell,
Calif., David A. and Jeffrey W.,
both of Santa Clara, Calif.; a
daughter, Sharon of Los Angeles,
Calif.; three brothers, Loren of
Palm Harbor, Calif., Thomas of
Anaheim, Calif., and Gerald of El
Paso, Tex.; and a sister, Mrs.
Betty Machucci of Orange, Calif.

SCOTT DAVID PAZNER, 21,
died Feb. 17. He leaves his par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold (Phyl-

Israel Elpern

Israel Elpern, who was among
Detroit's leading educators in
Hebraic lore and linguistics for
more than two decades, died Feb.
21.
He is survived by his wife,
Paula, and a large family of
cousins who included the
Keidans, Meyers and Levins.
Last Sunday, Detroit's Heb-
raists devoted a session at the
Jewish Community Center in his
honor, and adopted a resolution of
tribute to him. The story report-
ing on that meeting is on Page 39
in this issue.
Details of his activities in con-
centration camps, where he and
his wife Paula were survivors
from Nazism, will be recorded in
next week's Jewish News. They
include accounts of schools he or-
ganized for children in the camps,
the services he conducted, his ac-
tivities in France where he ren-
dered services to victims of
Nazism and by forming spiritual
centers for Jews.
Services will be held at 1 p.m.
today at Ira Kaufman Chapel.

lis) Pazner; a brother, Briice; two
sisters, Sher and Mrs. Robert
(Lori) Rogers; his grandparents,
Mrs. Sam (Ann) Pazner and Mrs.
Alexander (Lena) Applebaum.

Gardner, bet.
Coolidge & Greenfield

399-2711 Eve. 626-0330

411

MONUMENTS BY

JEAN PICKENS, 77, of Oak

Park, died Feb. 19. Survived by
two sons, Irving R. and William
L.; five grandchildren and four
great-grandchildren.

former Detroiter of Deerfield Be-
ach, Fla., died Feb. 15. Survived
by his wife, Marian; three sons,
Marc I. of Farmington Hills, Ste- '
yen A. of North Hollywood, Calif.,
and Howard L. of Southfield; a
daughter, Donna B. of Oak Park;
and nine grandchildren. Inter-
ment Detroit.

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Monday thru Thursday
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Friday 9 A.M. to
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JACK YAMRON, 82, of Oak

Park, died Feb. 15. Survived by a
son, Ralph E.; a brother, three sis-
ters and three grandchildren.

ThE

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U mAN Ira Kaufman

INC.

Herbert Kaufman

David Techner

FUNERALS TO ALL JEWISH CEMETERIES

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(313) 569 - 0020

"Serving the Jewish community with
traditional dignity and understanding"

HEBREW
MEMORIAL
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SERVING ALL CEMETERIES

543-1622

26640 GREENFIELD ROAD
OAK PARK, MICHIGAN
48237

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 Mis-
hnavos.

Next to Stanley Steamer

FANNIE SCHNITZLER, 83,

Feb. 18. He leaves three sons,
Cantor Max of Southfield, Rabbi
William L. of Toronto and Henry
of Teaneck, N.J.; a brother, Her-
man of Brooklyn, N.Y.; two sis-
ters, Mrs. Esther Gellerman of
Miami Beach, Fla., and Mrs.
Anna Shinsky of Massachusetts;
and six grandchildren.

Ammranommuh..

13405 CAPITAL at Coolidge
OAK PARK LI 4-2212

15. He leaves his wife, Ann; and a
brother, Albert.

ISIDORE SHIMANSKY died

Phone 368-3550

rOve M
r :Years In Same Location!

FINE MONUMENTS
SINCE 1910

LEONARD SAGE, 76, died Feb.

died Feb. 19. She leaves a daugh-
ter, Beverly; and a brother,
Robert Kallay of Rialto, Calif.

19800 WOODWARD AVE.

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GEORGE JOSHUA RICH, 64,

SHELDON
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Betw. 7 and 8 Mile Roads

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Sidney Mitchell

Sidney Louis Mitchell, a food
broker, died Feb. 13 at age 72.
Born in Wilkes Barre, Pa., Mr.
Mitchell was affiliated with the
Bank Co. in Oak Park for the past
10 years. He has been in the food
business for more than 40 years.
He spent 20 years as a salesman
for Sunshine Biscuits and was a
manager of the Dixfield Market in
Oak Park for five years. Prior to
working for the Bank Co., he was
the manager of the Dexter-
Davison Market in Oak Park.
He was a member of B'nai
B'rith and the City of Hope.
He leaves his wife, Lena; two
daughters, Mrs. Karen Frank of
Nashville, Tenn., and Mrs.
Richard (Anita) Wagenheim of
Plantation, Fla.; and a brother,
Martin; and three grandchildren.

79

Sidney A. Deitch

OBITUARIES

EFFRON ADELSON, 69, of Oak

Friday, February 22, 1985

Alan H. Dorfman
Funeral Director & Mgr.

NOAH APPLEBAUM
MARY FAIGIN
MORRIS KRAIZMAN
SAM LUX
ESTHER NOVITZ
ISRAEL TOPOR
YITZCHAK WAINER
TZVI WEINBERGER
ANN WILNER
ALFRED H. WOLIN
NATHAN DEUTSCH
JENNIE FELDMAN
LOUIS GOLDBERG
ISRAEL GOLDIN
PINCHUS KAPLAN
FRANK ORECHKIN
ELKUNO ROSENHECK
SARAH WEINGARDEN
PEARL G. WOOL
BENJAMIN BRODMAN
GABRIEL N. EISMAN
SAM ELIAS
MOE ENGEL
MEYER GREENSPOON
JOSEPH L. HOLTZMAN
PHILIP KAWA
SHEILA LAZOWSKY
YALE LEVIN
BERTHA MIGDAL
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ADELE BROWN
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EVA SINGERMAN
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JOE BIGMAN
MANUEL FELDSTEIN
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SARAH MILLER
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