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October 11, 1985 - Image 102

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-10-11

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Oclober 11, 1

T

IT JEWISH NEWS

The Family
of the Late .

The Family _
of the Late

EDDIE
BERKLEY

Announces the unveil-
ing of a monument in his
memory at- 2:15 p.m. Sun-
day, Oct." 13, at
Machp6lah Cemetery,
Rabbi Groner will of-
ficiate. Relatives and
friends are asked to
attend.



Announces the unveil-
ing of a monument-in her
memory at 11 a.m. Sun-
day, Oct. 13, at Clover
Hill.. Park Cemetery.
Rabbi Ernst Conrad will
'officiate. Relatives and
friends are asked to
attend.

The Family
of the Late

'MORRIS AROTZKEN, 97, died

Oct. 7. He leaves a son, Cecil Ale-
xander of Calabasas, Calif.; two
daughters, Mrs: Leo (Rita) Hiller
and Hilda Alexander; five
grandchildren and five great-
grandchildren.

The Family
of the Late

SYLVIA
GOLDSMITH

Announces the unveil-
ing of a monument in her
memory at 10:30 a.m.
Sunday, Oct. 20, at
Machpelah Cemetery.
Rabbi Schnipper will of-
ficiate. Relatives and
friends are asked to
attend.

OBITUARIES
Isimmimm

MARY
SAIDMAN

JOSEPH C.
D
SNIER

MAXINE BECKERMAN of Oak
Park died Oct. 2. Survived by her
mother, Lena; and three sisters,
Mrs. June Rubin, Mrs. Rose Shen-
copp and Mrs. William (Mollie)
Stoffer.

Announces the unveil-
ing of a monument in his
memory at 2:30 p.m. Sun-
day, Oct. 13, at
Machpelah Cemetery.
Rabbi Groner and Cantor
Rube will officiate. Rela-
tives and friends are
, asked to attend.

The Family
Of •the Late

SAMUEL GREENSPON, 77, of
Oak Park, died Oct. 3. Survived
by a daughter in California; and
nieces and nephews.

SAM KAGAN, 74, of Oak Park,
died Oct. 6. Survived by his wife,
Sarah; a daughter, Mrs. Ronald
(Frances) White; and two
grandchildren.

,

IRVING BERGER, 64, died Oct.
7. He leaves his wife, Lillian; a
son, Leon; a daughter, Mrs.
Michael (Barbara) Zonder; four
sisters and four grandchildren.

The Family
of the Late

JOSEPH W. KATZ, 76, of De-
troit, died Sept. 25. Survived by a
son, Aaron; a daughter, Edelene
(Eddie) Katz; a sister, Mrs. Ber-
nard (Esther) Kramer of West
Palm Beach, Fla.; and two
granddaughters.

JEROME J. KIRSCHBAUM,

Schwartz of Phoenix, Ariz.; a
daughter, Mrs. Arthur (Goldie)
Erhard; three brothers, Ben
Davis, Max Davis and Sam Davis; •
a sister, Mrs. Esther Hollander;
nine grandchildren and six
great-grandchildren.

HARRY SHARE, 81, of Detroit, -
died Oct. 5. Survived by a son,
Ronald; a brother, Martin; two
sisters, Mrs. Frances Kollenberg
and Mrs. Jack (Rose) Gittleman;
six grandchildren and one• great-
grandchild.

FANNIE WARSEN, former De-
troiter of Huntington Beach,
Calif.,'died Oct. 3. Survived by a
brother, Isadore Bernstein of
Miami, Fla.; and a sister, Mrs.
David • (Tillie) Rose of Oak Park.

65, died Oct. 8. He leaves his wife,
DIANE
Hilda; two daughters, Mrs. Barry
Oct. 2. She leaves a brother, Ben
ZUCKER
Harris of California; nieces and ' (Marcia) Seifman and Mrs. Keith
(Elayne) Laughlin; a son, Howard HELEN WEISS,
Announces the unveil- -
Announces the unveil-
nephews, Mrs. Larry- (Mimi)
80, of Detroit,
of Highland' Park, Ill.; and six
ing of a monument in her
ing of a monument in his
Freedman, Mrs. Marvin grandchildren.
died Oct. 3. Survived by a sqn,
memory at 9:45 a.m. Sun-
memory at 2 p.m. Sunday,
(Marilou) Berman, Morton Felds-
Seymour N. of Brooklyn, N.Y.;
day, Oct. 13, at
Oct. 13, at Clover Hill
tein and Floyd Harris.
LILLIAN MELTZER, 82, died two daughters, Mrs. George
Partly Cemetery. Rabbi
Machpelah Cemetery.
(Ruth) . Gross of Oak Park and
Loss will, officiate. Rela-
Rabbi Nelson will of-
HARRY BELL, 80, of Oak Park, Oct. 4. She leaves her husband, Mrs. Herbert (Sandra) Dareff of
Louis;
a
daughter,
Mrs.
Ben
(Shir-
ficiate. Relatives and
tives and friends are
died Oct. 5. Survived by a sister-
asked to attend.
ley) Schell of Toledo, Ohio; three Boca Raton, Fla.; a brother and
friends are asked to
in-law, Pauline Bell; a nephew,
attend.
grandchildren
and two great- sister, both in Israel; five
Sam Bell; and a niece, Mrs. Ar-
grandchildren and two great-
grandchildren.
thur (Clare) Schwartz.
grandchildren. Interment Fair-
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so,
GORDON FRUITMAN, 70; died KARL A. OBOLER, 81, of
Place Your Ad Today. Call 354-6060
Chicago, Ill., died Oct. 2. Survived
Oct. 3. He' leaves his wife, Belle;
BERNARD ,YOFFE, 69, former
two sons, Ronald and Larry of by his wife, Marilyn; a son, Dr. Detroiter of Winter Park,
Fla.,
Allen;
two
daughters,
Beatrice
New York; 'two sisters, Mrs.
In Loving Memory Of
Breiner of Franklin and Sharon died Sept. 25.. SurviVed by his
Philip (Sylvia) Shore of Toronto,
wife, Bell; a son, Donald of Castro
Ont., and Mrs. Harry (Molly) t Kolber; two sisters, Sonya Even- Valley, Calif.; a daughter, Ila Ar-
ov
and
Reva
Bach
ofIsrael;
seven
Beube of Hamilton, Ont.; and g
randchildren and one great- beit of Jupiter, Fla.; a sister, Sari
three grandchildren.
on Oct. 3, 1964 (27th day of
Tarrson of Chicago; and two
Tishr Who
i). passed, away
g randchild. Interment Norwood
-
grandchildren. Interment Or-
ark,
Ill.
ALLEN GILBERT, 74, died Oct.
lando, Fla.
Never forgotten in the sad years since his de-
3. He leaves his wife, Shirley; a
parture ... by his children, grandchildren and
D
AVID PITT, 73, of Oak Park,
son', Samuel of Marina Del Rey,
now, great-grandchildren.
di ed Oct. 8. Survived
by his wife,
Calif.; and a brother, George
S
Goldstein.
tepha; two daughters, Mrs: Dr. Alexander Klein
Mi chael (Marilyn) Kent and Su-
JANET GILLMAN, 72, died Oct. sa n; and two grandchildren.
Dr. Alexander Klein, a Toledo
dentist, died Oct. 4, age age 83.
2. She leaves five brothers, Her-
D AVID SABO,
91, of Southfield,
Born in Hungary, Dr. Klein
man Berlin of Tucson, Ariz., Mor- di
Oct. 6. Survived by nieces came to the U.S. when he was -2.
ton Berlin, Leo Berlin, Newton an ed
d nephews.
He was graduated from' Ohio
Berlin and Albert Berlin; and
State University and from its den-
three sisters, Mrs. Edward (Eve-
SALLY LILLIE SCHWARTZ, tal school in 1927.
lyn) Pevos, Mrs. Louis (Sylvia)
74, of Ferndale, died Oct. 5. Sur-
He was a former member of the
Shapiro of Boca Raton, Fla., and
vived by three sons, Arnold
Doris Berlin.
JWB and chairman of the Mid-
Smith, Louis Smith and Lewis west health and physical educe- •
tion committee of the JWB in
In Loving Memory Of
1956. Dr. Klein also was a
member of the American and
Ohio Dental Associations, Temple
The Family of the Late
Shomer Emunim and was
CARL
president of Hillel in Ohio.
CARSON
He was active at the Toledo
On this her First Yahneit (27th day of Tishri).
Jewish Community Center.
Acknowledges with
He leaves three sons, Dr.
grateful appreciation the
Born July 23, 1958
Richard of Toledo, James of To-
many kind expressions of
ledo and Thomas of Bloomfield
Died Oct. 23, 1984
sympathy extended by
Hills; and six grandchildren.
relatives and friends dur-
Interment Toledo
-
ing the family's recent be- .

LEE I;
HOWARD

LILLIAN BERMAN, 74, died

' SOLOMON SILL

Tragically taken from us in the full splendor of
her beautiful life,..
"She was a sweetheart!"

reavement.

Rose Weingarden

Her parents and family —
Sill-Wolfson
Beatrice, Jack, Pamela,
Robert, Adam and Noah

I: , 1. , •I ,

Who passed away Oct. 13,
1964. To some he may be
forgotten, to others, a part
of the past, but to me who
loved and lost him, his
memory' will always last
forever.
Loving wife,' Sylvia
and Family



, .

1,.

Rose Wejngarden, a member of
Jewish women's organizations,
died Oct. 2 at age 83..
Born in Russia, Mrs. Weingar-
den was a member of B'nai B'rith
Women, Hadassah, Jewish Home
for Aged A
_ uxiliary, Siani Hospi-
tal Guild and the Allied. Jewish
Campaign.
She le axes a son, Donald; a
daughtee , Mrs : -Emanuel (Elaine) •
Sark 6-ofSeattsdale, Ariz.; a sister,
Alia. Faye Bircoll; eight
grandchildren and three great-
grafidchildren.

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