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November 29, 1985 - Image 111

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-11-29

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THE'DET-ROMSEWISH NEWS= FriClii, 5 ttliMInbd 6 r .1 1 196g! 111

SHELDON
MONUMENT
COMPANY

WE REMEMBER

During the coming

HERMAN S. BENNETT, 80,
died Nov. 24. He leaves his wife,
Sally; two daughters, Mrs. Mor-
rey (Marlene) Katz and Mrs.
Howard (Judi) Friedman of
Scottsdale, Ariz.; two brothers,
Morris C. and Arnold; three sis-
ters, Mrs. Joseph (Sylvia) Budson,
Mrs. Florence Pines of Flint and
Mrs. Saul (Helen) Herman of
Winter Park, Fla.; and five grand-
children.

RUTH COWAN, 71, died Nov.
21. She leaves a son, Michael of
Wappingers Falls, N.Y.; a daugh-
ter, Mrs. Alan (Dorene) Finer; two
brothers, Herbert Goldman of De-
lray Beach, Fla., and Sidney
Goldman; and four grand-
children.

ESTHER DAVIS, 77, of Oak
Park, died Nov. 24. Survived by a
son, Ralph; two brothers, Phillip
Tuchman of Florida and Samuel
Tuchman of Cleveland, Ohio; and
two grandchildren.

ELLA EISENBERG, 86, of
Allen Park, died Nov. 20. Sur-
vived by her husband, Samuel;
and a niece, Muriel Wagner.

HENRIETTA B. FRIEDMAN,

74, former Detroiter of Nashville,

Tenn., died Nov. 20. Survived by a
daughter, Mrs. Lynn Geller Long
of Nashville; three sisters, Mrs.
Beckie Asher of Novi, Mrs. Rae
Weinberg of Miami, Fla., and
Mrs. William (Charlotte) Berk of
St. Clair, Ont.; and two grand-
children.

CARL GREENBLATT, 74,
former Detroiter of Denver, Colo.,
died Nov. 13. Survived by his wife,
Ruby; four daughters, Syma Joffe
of Denver, Rhodine Widom of
Arizona, Shirley Ellsworth of De-
nver and Debbie of Tennessee; a
son, Frederick of Denver; four sis-

David Garfield

David E. Garfield, an auto-
mobile dealer, died Nov. 23 at age
87.
Born in Russia, Mr. Garfield
lived 85 years in the U.S. He was a
life member of Hannah Schloss
Old Timers, Jewish Was Vete-
rans, a life member of Perfection
Lodge of the Masons and Moslem
Shrine. He was a former member
of Cong. Shaarey Zedek.
He is survived by a son, Alvin of
Chicago, Ill.; a daughter, Mrs.
Alfred (Charlotte) Burnstein; a
sister, Mrs. Minnie Langer; three
grandchildren and two great-
grandchildren.

Buying Israeli

Jerusalem (ZINS) — The He-
brew weekly Davar Hashavuah
says that 20 percent of Israel's ex-
ports — worth $700 million — are
purchased clandestinely by Arab
countries.
The paper says Israeli goods are
shipped to Italy, then to Egypt
where they are registered as
manufactured in Italy.

ters, Norma McQueen and Esther
Kaplan, both of California, Ber-
nice Shlain and Hilda Stark, both
of Florida; a brother, Hal Green of
Southfield; and nine grand-
children. Interment Denver.

HYMAN JACOBS, 77, of South-
field, died Nov. 23. Survived by
his wife, Marilyn; two daughters,
Mrs. Greg (Janet) Fields of
Marina Del Ray, Calif., and Mrs.
William (Geraldine) Altman of
Norwalk, Calif.; six grand-
children and one great-grand-
child.

TILLIE MILLER, 88, died Nov.
21. She leaves a son, Merrill; a
daughter, Mrs. Clarence (Shirlee)
Balcon; a brother, Edward Cutler;
two sisters, Mrs. Fred (Florence)
Rosen and Ethel Cutler, both of
Toronto, Ont.; six grandchildren
and four great-grandchildren.

EDWARD JEROME MOSLEY,
69, of Detroit, died Nov. 24. Sur-
vived by his wife, Betsy; a daugh-
ter, Carol; and two grandchildren.

BESSIE ROTT, 73, of Oak Park,
died Nov. 21. Survived by her
husband, Max; a son, Elliot N.; a
daughter, Mrs. Lenore Yellen;
and seven grandchildren.

ELEANORE RUBIN, 60, died
Nov. 23. She leaves three sons,
Stephen of Tucson, Ariz., Marc
and Robert of Tucson; a brother,
Burton Pazner of Windsor; a sis-
ter, Mrs. Paul (Bobbie) Lesansky
of Windsor; and two grandsons.

SARAH SLIPSON, 70, of West
Bloomfield, died Nov. 22. Sur-
vived by two sons, Lenoard and
James; two daughters, Mrs.
Stephen (Kay) Levy and Jill
Meyers of Pembroke Pines, Fla.;
two sisters, Mrs. Louis (Gertrude)
Schwartz of Grand Blanc and Mrs.
Daniel (Bessie) Wasserman of
Lincoln Park; and five grand-
children.

RAE WEINSTEIN, 78, died Nov.
24. She leaves her husband,
Harry; a son, Stanley of Califor-
nia; a daughter, Mrs. William
(Muriel) Krefman; a brother,
Louis Kay of New York; two sis-
ters, Mrs. Ben (Sophie) Steinman
of Forest Hills, N.Y., and Mrs.
Jack (Anne)" Goodman of Lauder-
dale Lakes, Fla.; nine grand-
children and eight great-grand-
children.

ThE

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.

MARGARET HELEN (STROM)
BERMAN
GUSSIE BRICKNER
HAROLD H. COHEN
MORRIS H. GOLDBERG
NOTE BEN CHAIM
GOLDSTEIN
SARACH ROCHEL BAS
SCHACHNA GOLDSTEIN
BESSIE MATZ
SOLOMON ALEXANDER
SCHAAP
SALLY ANN TUCKER
RACHEL BACOW
ZELDA BARON
ZELDA BLOOM
LEATRICE BRUDNER
JOSEPH ERNST
SHANA DINA FLORENCE
ELCHONON GREENBERG
GERALDINE GREENWALD
MAX M. KRUGER
MOLUE LEEBOVE
ABRAHAM ROTHBERG
LOUISE SILVERSTEIN
NATHAN YANCHAIR
SARAH ALLEN
FANNY AUGUST
ABRAHAM BELFER
ISADORE BUTZER
SAMUEL BORTNICK
GUSSIE CARDASH
JOSEPH EPSTEIN
YACHET KLEIN
GEORGE LEO MILMET
ESTHER ROTHBERG
MARY SIMON
BEN BRAGMAN
JACK FUNK
MAX GELLER
SARAH ETHEL GOTTUEB
MARY KAPLAN
MARY KLAVONS
JACOB SHIFFMAN
NELSON GORDON HALL
HARVEY SIMON
SAMUEL M. BENDEROFF

ANNA BORIN
HARRY SL. CLAYMAN

ANNA DUCHAN

JULIUS GOLD
FANNIE GOLDBERG

JACOB JEREMIAS
IDA KESSLEMAN
ESTHER KIRSH
MIRIAM PAPELANSKY
MARY PELTZ
GLORIA ROGGIN
DORA SOKOLSKY
EUZABETH FENYVESI
MARCUS GINSBERG
PAUUNE GOLDEN
ISAAC KELMANOVITZ
BENAJMIN MASON
GUTMAN PRUT
MAX RODIN
SAMUEL SCHEINFIELD
SAMUEL SILVERSTEIN
HERMAN SEPPEN
LOUIS IGNATZ BERGER
11LUE COHEN
MORRIS FEINER
ESTHER LACHOVER
FLEISCHMAN
MANIA KATZMAN
LEWIS L KLEIN
LOUIS STOLLMAN
GOLDA WEISSWASSER

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