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EDITH BARER, 81, of Oak
Park, died Jan. 21. Survived by
nieces and nephews.
BERNARD BOCOLOR, 47, of
West Bloomfield, died Jan. 16.
Survived by his wife, Rita; a
daughter, Jennifer; his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Jack (Lillian)
Bocolor; and a sister, Mrs.
Michael (Rita) Adelberg of Ann
ALBERT H. BORTMAN, 75,
former Detroiter of Sunrise,
la., died Jan. 12. Survived by
i s wife, Rose (Fox); two daugh-
ters, Brenda Bortman Schane of
New York City and Doreen of
Oak Park; a brother, Irwin of
Utica, Mich.; and three grand-
hildren. Interment Sunrise.
ATTY RESLER, 102, died
an. 19. e leaves a son, Jay of
ew Jersey; one granddaughter
nd one great-granddaughter.
SAAK BUKSBAUM, 77, of
est Bloomfield, died Jan. 15.
urvived by his wife, Binia; a
aughter, Mrs. Gershon (Irena)
lam; and two grandchildren.
SRAEL CENTER, 72, of
indsor, Ont., died Jan. 13 in
cottsdale, Ariz. Survived by his
fe, Mollie; a son, Dr. Richard
'Toronto, Ont.; two daughters,
rs. Cheryl Gorman of Marine
ity, Mich., and Mrs. Barbara
err of Toronto; a brother, Sam;
our sisters, Mos. Jane Zaks and
rs. Aubrey (Mary) Gordon,
oth of Southfield, Mrs. Beatrice
ewis of Chicago, Ill., and Mrs.
ally Fox of Tuscon, Ariz.; and
wo grandsons. Interment
EO J. COHEN, 92, died Jan
9. He leaves his wife, Gladys;
wo daughters, Mrs. Edward
Rose) Resnick and Mrs. Alvin
Thelma) Manhoff; a son, David
ay; seven grandchildren and
OLLIE C. COHEN, 74, died
an. 16. She leaves her hus-
and, Dr. Herber* two daugh-
ers, Mrs. Harvey (Yolanda)
ailey and Brenda Kershen-
aum; two sisters, Mrs. Joseph
Bess) Carp and Mrs. Nathan
Sarah) Zlatkin; and two grand
AX DAVIS, 80, died Jan. 20.
e leaves a son, Lewis; a
aughter, Mrs. Marvin (Beverly)
lender; a brother, Ben; a sis-
er, Mrs. Esther Hollander;
even grandchildren and three
ANNIE DIAMOND, 92, of
ak Park, died Jan. 18. Sur-
ived by a son, Joseph; two
aughters, Mrs. Reta Stern of
allandale, Fla., and Mrs. Jerry
ylvia) Amster of Ft. Lauder-
le, Fla.; seven grandchildren
d four great-grandchildren.
UIS EFRUSY, 75, died Jan.
He leaves his wife, Frances;
o sons, Gerald Efrusy and
bert Perliss of California; a
ughter, Mrs. Murray (Leat-
ce) Goodwin; six grandchildren
d two great-grandchildren.
LEAH GOLDBERG, 60, died
Jan. 18. She leaves her hus-
band, Clarence; two daughters,
Marci Schwartz and Sandee
Goldberg of New York; a son,
Steven; two brothers, Albert
Siegel and Mayer Siegel, both of
California; and two grand-
of Oak Park; and four grand-
children. Interment California.
EMMA KNATHANSON, 86,
died Jan. 18. She leaves two
sons, Dr. Milton Goldrath and
Dr. Milton Nathanson; a daugh-
ter, Mrs. Robert (Elaine)
Goldman; two sisters, Mrs.
Louis (Esther) LaMed and Mrs.
DAVID R. ,GRAND, 70, of Jack. (Ann) Tucker; and 13
Warren, died Jan. 16. Survived grandchildren.
by a brother, Albert; and a sis-
ter, Mrs. Libbie Weiner; nieces DAVID ORDIN, 89, of Oak
Park, died Jan. 17. Survived by
his wife, Clara; nieces and
MARY GREENFIELD, 79, of nephews.
Oak Park, died Jan. 18. Sur-
vived by her husband, Louis; a SOPHIE PERGAMENT, 85, of
daughter-in-law, Frieda Green- Oak Park, died Jan. 20. Sur-
vived by two daughters, Mrs.
field; and two grandchildren.
Donald (Rosalie) Schiff of Little-
GEORGE HOCHBERG, 86, of ton, Colo., and Mrs. Philip
Royal Oak, died Jan. 21. Sur- (Joyce Cheresh) Vainik; and ten
vived by his wife, Lillie; a son, grandchildren.
Herbert I. of Austin, Tex.; two
brothers, Morris of Brooklyn, RAE RIVKIN, 50, died Jan. 16.
N.Y., and Eddie; a sister, Mrs. She leaves her husband, Ber-
Lilly Freedman; and one grand- nard; a son, Steven; two daugh-
ters, Nancy and Kimberley; her
mother, Mrs. Max (Lena) Wein;
ROSE HOLZEL, 66, died Jan. a sister, Mrs. Ted (Estelle) Can-
17. She leaves a son, David of tor; and a brother, David Wein.
Maryland; two daughters, De-
borah of Massachusetts and HANNA ROBERTS, former
Leah of New York; two sisters, Detroiter of Plantation, Fla.,
Evelyn Gurvitch and Evy Ann died Jan. 15. Survived by a
brother, Adolph Blumenthal of
Hollywood, Fla.; and a niece,
NORMAN N. JASEN, 85, Mrs. Howard (Joyce) Pasman of
former Detroiter of North Miami Windsor, Ont. Interment De-
Beach, Fla., died Jan. 6. He troit.
leaves his wife, Mildred; a
daughter, Mrs. Lionel BEATRICE ROTH, 80, died
(Marilynn) Spoon of Orchard Jan. 20. She leaves a son, Sid-
Lake; two step-sons, David ney of California; a sister, Mrs.
Brasch of Southfield and 'Miles lVlary Baskin; two grandchildren
Brasch of Bloomfield Hills; two and two great-grandchildren.
sisters, Mrs. Murray (Lillian)
Areman of North Miami Beach 'JULIA SENDER, 87, of De-
and Anne Werbow of New Jer-, troit, died Jan. 20. Survived by
say; a brother, Dr. Barnet of a daughter, Mrs. Max (Muriel)
Long Mach, N.Y.; four grand- Markzon; three grandchildren
children and three great-grand- and two great-grandchildren.
children. Interment Florida.
ANNE WARREN, 77, died Jan.
HAROLD DAVID KAPLAN, 18. She leaves a son, Dr. Donald
38, of Waterford Twp., died Dec. I. of Ann Arbor; a daughter,
9. Survived by his wife, Sharon; Mrs. Oscar (Gloria) Rosenberg;
two step-children, Eric and five nandchildren and four
Melanie; his parents, Mr. and great-grandchildren.
Mrs. Isadore (Bessie) Kaplan of
Oak Park; a brother, Ben of Oak HELEN M. WEISMAN, 86,
Park; and a sister, Mrs. Harry died Jan. 18. She leaves a son,
(Sally) Cogan of Farmington Miller; a daughter, Nancy
Weingarten; a sister, Mr. Joseph
(Louise) Heiman of Ohio; six
ARCHIE LIPSHITZ, 81, died grandchildren sand seven great-
Jan. 19. He leaves his wife, grandchildren.
Ruth; a daughter, Mrs. Judith
Stettner; a sister, Mrs. Isadore
(Florence) Kaiser of New Jersey;
and three grandchildren.
SADIE LOVE, 98, died Jan. 17.
She leaves a son, Richard; ten
grandchildren and seven great-
NATHAN MILSTEIN, 65,
former Detroiter of Newport Be-
ach, Calif., died Jab. 14. Sur-
vived by a son, Michael of New-
port Beach; a daughter, Mrs.
Michael (Gwen) Archambault of
Southfield; his father, Benjamin
Milstein of Southfield; a brother,
Dr. Arnold Miles of Detroit; two
sisters, Mrs. Seymour (Eve)
Bergsman of Potomac, Md., and
Mrs. Herbert (Faye) Silverman
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Harry Weinberg, principal
clerk for the city of Detroit's
motor transport department for
34 years, died Jan. 21 at age 86.
Born in New York City, Mr.
Weinberg lived 55 , years in De-
troit. He was a member of
Mosaic Lodge of the Masons and
Silverman Post of the Jewish
War Veterans. He retired in
He leaves his Wife, Betty; a
daughter, Mrs. Seymour
(Freda-Rose) Kaplan; one-
brother, two sisters and five
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