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October 04, 1985 - Image 87

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-10-04

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THE

OBITUARIES

IDA BERLANT, 79, died Sept.
25. Survived by a niece, Mrs.
Carol Goltzman Wilson of North
Hollywood, Calif.

MAX HENRY ELLIS, 71, of
Port Huron, died Sept. 27. Sur-
vived by three sons, Dr. Mark
J., Dr. Burton I. and Dr. Harvey
S.; a brother, Charles; two sis-.
ters, Mrs. Sarah Williams and
Gay Tierney of Rome, Italy; and
one granddaughter.

LOUIS GOLDBERG, 87, died
Sept. 27. He leaves his wife,
Sarah; a brother, Fred Title of
Ohio; and a sister, Eleanor
Hirsh of Ohio.

SAMUEL "SAM" GOODMAN,
76, died Sept. 30. He leaves his
wife, Cele; two daughters, Mrs.
Arthur (Andrea) Harris of North
Hollywood, Calif., and Brenda
Sue; a brother, Saul of New
York; a sister, Mrs. Shirley
Eberson of New York; and two
grandchildren.

MILDRED SMITH HERSH,
89, of Berkley, died Sept. 29.
Survived by a son, Ralph Smith;
a sister, Esther Callens of
California; and two
grandchildren.

JOSEPH W. KATZ, 76, of De-
troit, died Sept. 25. Survived by
a son, Aaron; a daughter, Addie;

Esther Eilander

Esther Eilander, a member of
Cong. B'nai Israel and its sis-
terhood, died Sept. 25 at age 77.
Born in Russia, Mrs. Eilander
lived 75 years in Detroit. She
was a long-time volunteer at
Pontiac General Hospital.
She leaves a son, Dr. Marvin;
two daughters, Edith of Boulder,
Colo., and Janet; a brother, Alex
Elbling; three grandchildren
and one great-grandchild.

Charles Richter

Pasadena, Calif. — Charles F.
Richter, the seismologist who
helped develop the Richter scale
to measure earthquake power, is
dead at age 85.
Mr. Richter developed his
scale with Beno Gutenberg in
1935.

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a sister, Mrs. Bernard (Esther)
Kramer of Florida; and two
granddaughters.

SADIE KAUFMAN, 84, of Oak
Park, died Oct. 2. Survived by a
daughter, Mrs. Rose Ann
Swerdlen; four grandchildren
and two great-grandchildren.

BENJAMIN KLEMPNER, 64,
died Oct. 2. He leaves his wife,
Anne; a son, Dr. Mark of At-
lanta, Ga.; a daughter, Mrs.
Diane Klemper-Schulman of
Ann Arbor; a brother, Julius;
and five sisters, Mrs. Rebekah
Edelstein, Mrs. Rose Knight,
Mrs. Mildred Raub, Mrs. Gusts
Greenberg and Mrs. Dorothy
Whitledge.

MAURICE M. MILLER, 67,
former Detroiter of Pompano
Beach, Fla., died Sept. 29. Sur-
vived by his wife, Isabel; a
daughter, Mrs. Marcy Josephs of
Atlanta, Ga.; three brothers,
Mac of Tamarac, Fla., Ben and
John, both of Detroit; and a sis-
ter, Rose Walsh of New York.
Services in Florida.

MANDEL LEO OSHINSKY,
80, of Detroit, died Sept. 27.
Survived by his wife, Valerie
Esther; a son, Albert A.; four
brothers, Herbert of California
Edward of Lauderdale Lakes,
Fla., Paul of Los Angeles, Calif.,
and William of Palm Springs,
Calif.; and two grandchildren.

NATHAN PEVZNER, 71, of
Oak Park, died Oct. 1. Survived
by a brother, Ben; and a sister,
Mrs. Samuel (Ethel) Gold.

ANN RIVES, 66, of Southfield,
died Sept. 30. Survived by a son,
Lawrence D.; three daughters,
Mrs. Leon (Rosalyn) Schoichit,
Mrs. Neil (Cheryl) Rives-Werner
and Mrs. Michael (Helene) Co-
hen; two brothers, Rabbi Samuel
Klepfish and Louis Clapfish; two
sisters, Mrs. Ruth Fantich and
Mrs. Sylvia Smulovitz; and one
granddaughter.

ESTHER SANDLER, 79, of
Oak Park, died Sept. 25. Sur-
vived by her husband, Joseph;
two brothers, Sam Selvan and
Phillip Selvan; two sisters, Mrs.
Janet Gurian and Mrs. George
(Hilda) Prevost; nieces,
nephews, great-nieces and
great-nephews.

Ira Kaufman

Herbert Kaufman

David Techner

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(MUZZY)
MORRIS
STRAGER, 68, former De-
troiter of Margate, Fla., died
Sept. 29. Survived by his wife,
Gussie; a son, William of Troy;
two sisters, Lya Sinai of South-
field and Betty Steinberger of
Margate; and one
granddaughter. Services in
Margate.

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SOPHIE TATELMAN, 91, of
Southfield, died Sept. 27. Sur-
vived by a son, Dr. Maurice; two
daughters, Mrs. Albert (Adeline)
Brown and Mrs. Henry Florence
Greenberger of Culver City,
Calif.; three brothers, Dr. Louis
M. Greek, Harry Miller of Von
tura, Calif., and Norman Gray;
two sisters, Mrs. Ruth Adelman
and Mrs. Lena Kolin; seven
grandchildren and four great-
grandchildren.

BARBARA ELAINE' VINE,
52, of West Bloomfield, died Oct.
2. Survived by her husband,
George; two sons, Michael R. of
Houston, Tex., and Allen J.; a
daughter, Mrs. Michael (Sandy)
Baumhaft; her father, Harry
Share; and a brother, Ronald
Share.

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