54 Friday January 3, 1986
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
BARUCH, 68, of Southfield,
died Dec. '24. Survived by her
husband, Jack; a son, Sheldon
Ceresnie; a - brother, Leo
Applebaum; two sisters, Mrs.
William (Helen) Rosenberg and
Mrs. Sam (Zelda) Gechter; and
MORRIS BELLO, 89, of South-
field, died Dec. 28. Survived by
his wife, Leah; two daughters,
Mrs. Alexander (Dorothy) Paul
and Mrs. Seymour (Clara)
Barenholtz; a brother, Abraham;
a sister, Mrs. Sophie Keller; five
grandchildren and six great-
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HENRY BRONTMAN, 69, died
Dec. 28. He leaves two
daughters, Marcy and, Mrs.
Charles (Shelly) Klein 4$1- ew
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JACK FINE, 82, former Detroi-
ter of Canoga Park, Calif., died
Dec. 29. Survived by his wife,
Lottie; a daughter, Mrs. Ronald
(Roslyn) Kane; a son, Stuart;
two sisters, Mrs. Arthur (Belle)
Bebes of Southfield and Mrs.
Lillian Garber of Detroit; a
brother, Edward; and two
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MARION (MAIDA) HAAS, 68,
former'. Detroiter of Tamarac,
Fla., died Dec. 23. She leaves a
sort, Gerald of West Bloomfield;
a daughter, Barbara Krause of
Berkley; a brother, Raymond
Stone of Florida; and three
grandchildren. Interment De-
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DR. NORMAN IL HORWITZ,
63, died Dec. 28. He leaves his
wife, Frances two sons, Allan J.
of Missouri and James L. of Yp-
silanti; a daughter, 'Mrs.
Michael (Shari) Sha'w; his
mother, Mrs. Dorella Horwitz;
and a sister, Mrs. Harold
(Malva) Dobrikin of Highland
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LOUIS KALMAN IROFF, 84,
died Dec. 24. He leaves a son,
Edwin Ronald; two sisters, Mrs.
Leo (Lillian) Waldman of
Florida and Mrs. Alex (Ann)
Levin of Maine. .
GERALD I. KATZ, 60, died
Dec. 25. He leaves his wife,
Edna; three sons, Donald of Vir-
ginia, Melvin and Alan; his
mother, Mrs. Joseph (Gertrude)
Katz of Ann Arbor; six grand-
children and one great-grand-
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GRACE KAUFMAN, 61,
former Detroiter of Margate,
Fla., died Dec. 26. She leaves
two daughters, Mrs. Rodney
(Elanna) Broder of Farmington
Hills and Diane of Florida; three
brothers, Louis Cohen and Ben
Cohen, both of Florida, and'
Jerry Cohen of Olivette, Mo.,; a
sister, Mrs. William (Eileen)
Starkstein; and two grand-
children. Interment Detroit. •
FLORENCE KORNWISE, 85,
of Southfield, died Dec. 25. Sur-
vived by her husband, Sam H.;
two daughters, Mrs. Abraham
(Lorraine) Morris and Mrs.
Louis (Roslyn) Simon; six
grandchildren and one great-
ABh KOVAN, 77, died Dec. 26.
He leaves a brother, Meyer; and
two sisters, Sadie. Kovinsky and
Mrs. Samuel (Gertrude) Haber.
Angeles, Calif., Mrs. Gussie
Wright of Lakeland, Fla., and
Mrs. Leo (Honey) Magid of
Pembroke Pines, Fla.; four
grandchildren and six great-
grandchildren. Interment De-
IRVING LYONS, 89, former
Detroiter of Goleta, Calif., died
Lincoln Welton, a practicing
Dec. 28. He leaves a daughter, •attorney for the past 45 years,
Mrs. Janice Brown of Oak Park; died Dec. 25 at age 71.
two sons, Arthur of Oak Park
Born in Kitchener, Ont., Mr.
and Leroy of Santa Barbara, Welton lived in Detroit most of
Calif.; a sister, Mrs. Louis his life. He attended the Detroit
(Dorothy). Bressler of Florida; Institute of Technology and was
six grandchildren and nine the secretary of his class at the
great-grandchildren. Interment Detroit College of Law..
He was president of his
Kiwanis organization, which
SARAH NADLER, 91, former honored him for a donation of
Detroiter of Holiday, Fla., died two iron lungs. He was a chair-
Dec. 23. Survived by a son, Mar- man of the Probate Section of
tin of Holiday; a brother, the bar association for several
Samuel Chase of Montreal, years. Mr. Welton was a
Que.; and a sister, Lillian member of the Michigan Sup-
Rothman of Toronto, Ont. In- reme Court Rules Committee.
He was on the board of the Heb-
rew Benevolent Society. .
IRVING ROBERT PASICK,
Mr. Welton is survived by his
77, of Oak Park, died Dec. 28. wife, Sylvia; a son, Bernard R.
Survived by his wife, Anne; a of Brooklyn, N.Y.; a daughter,
son, Michael A.; a daughter, Marlea of Phoenix, Ariz.; two
Sharon; and a sister, Viola brothers, Barnard of St.
Petersburg, Fla., and Milton of
Charleston,' S.C.; four sisters,
ESTHER PLOVAN, 80, died Mrs. Maurice (Ruth) Maldaver,
Dec. 25. She leaves her hus- Mrs. Frederick (Alice) Maldaver,
band, Gadal (Mike); a daughter, Mrs. Morris (Harriet) Arnowitz
Mrs. Morton (Natalie) Freed; and Jean Goren; and three
two brothers, Albert Frank of grandchildren.
California and Erwin Frank of
Florida; and five grandchildren.
PHILIP A. POYLE, 75, former
Detroiter of San Diego, alif.,
died Dec. 23. He leaves hie ife,
Ann; a son, Richard of Bloom-
field Hills; two brothers, two sis-
ters and three grandchildren.
HARRY A. SCHWARTZ, 77,
died Dec. 28. He leaves his wife,
Annetta; a son, Barry; three
daughters, Mrs. 'Donald
(Rochelle) Allowitz of California,
Mrs. Stephen (Andy) Schiff of
Israel and Mrs. John (Debra)
Shackett of Washington; and
HARRY SIMON, 81, of South-
field, died. Dec. 26. Survived by
a son, Max E.; a daughter, Mrs.
Joseph' (Evelyn) Shulman; and
SHELDON RUDY SKLARE,
44, former Detroiter of Berkeley,
Calif., died Dec. 23. He leaves
his wife, Judith; a son, Bene of
California; a daughter,
Shoshana; and a brother, David
of Farmington Hills. Interment
Ben Shebses, former owner of
Advance Tobacco and Candy
Co., died Dec. 25 in Miami
Beach. Fla. He was 87.
Born in Lithuania, Mr..
Shebses came to Detroit in 1916.
He owned his company from
1920 to 1962, when he retired.
Mr. Shebses was a member of
the First Hebrew Congregation
. He is survived by a son,
Leonard (Leon) W.; and one
New York (JTA) — Rabbi
Philip Bernstein, who was in-
strumental in aiding the reset-
tlement of the approximately
200,000 displaced Jews from
central and eastern Europe after
World War II, died Dec. 3. He
DORA STOLL, 96, died Dec.
28. She leaves a brother, George
ELLA WALTERS, 77, former
Detroiter of Miami, Fla., died
Dec. 29. Survived by a son, Ben-
son Leet of Southfield; a
brother, Cecil Leet; three sis-
ten, Mrs. Eva Mann. of,.Los
New York — Esther.
Shumiatcher Hirshbein, widow of
the famous Yiddish dramatist Mr.
Peretz iiirshbein, died Dec. 20.
Mrs. Hirshbein was a frequent
`visitor to the Yiddish speaking
community in Detroit.