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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-02-21

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94 Friday, February 21, 1986



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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

OBITUARIES

In memory of our dear beloved father who
passed away Feb. 26, 1984

LOUIS BELLER

Who will sadly be missed and will always be re-
membered by his children, grandchildren and
great-grandchild.

THEODORA BARSKY, 62, of
Southfield, died Feb. 18. Survived
by nieces, nephews, grandnieces
and grandnephews.

ALFRED BIEMAN, 66, of
Southfield, died Feb. 12. Survived
by his wife, Mary; three sons,
Leonard, James of Ames, Iowa,
and Donald of Gainesville, Fla.;
two brothers, Jack and Milton of
Costa Mesa, Calif.; three sisters,
Tillie, Mrs. David (Honey) Brown
and Mrs. Charles (Beatrice) Eder;
and one granddaughter.

Help Prevent
Birth Defects

IRVING BITTERMAN, 75,
former Detroiter of Coconut
Greek, Fla., died Feb. 6. Survived
by his wife, Jean; a daughter, Co-
reen Weitzer of Miami, Fla.; a
brother, Bill of Livonia; and two
grandchildren.

Support the

PAULINE FEIERSTEIN, 91,
died Feb. 16. She leaves a daugh-
ter, Mrs. Joseph C. (Edith) Snider;
four grandchildren find two
great-granddaughters.

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BERTHA FISCHER, 89, died
Feb. 17. She leaves a son, Harold;
two daughters, Mrs. Ferenc (El-
sie) Geisz and Mrs. Victor (Violet)
Ross of Eastchester, N.Y.; a sister,
Mrs. Ella Kirk of Hollywood, Fla.;
nine grandchildren, 16 great-
grandchildren and one great-
great-grandchild.

ABRAHAM GOTTHELF, 92,
died Feb. 15. He leaves two sons,
Gerald Harvey and Malcolm;
three grandchildren and two
great-grandchildren.

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NETTIE GREISMAN, 73, of
Oak Park, died Feb. 18. Survived
by a brother, Philip Rosenzweig;
nieces, nephews, great-nieces and
great-nephews.

JEAN FARGO HEALY, 82,
died Feb. 14. She leaves her hus-
band, Gerald; a daughter, Mrs.
Max (Phyllis) Madgy; a sister,
Mrs. Harry (Bess) Weingarden;
five grandchildren and one
great-granddaughter.

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ARTHUR N. KING, 66, died
Feb. 13. He leaves his wife, Bon-
ney; two sons, Cory of Coconut
Grove, Fla., and Edan; a daugh-
ter, Denise of Hawaii; a brother,
Sidney Cohen; a sister, Mrs.
Elizabeth Cantor; and one grand-
daughter.

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86, of West Bloomfield, died Feb.
16. Survived by his wife, Rachel; a
son, Charles D.; a daughter, Mrs.
Martin (Frances) Scheer; two
brothers, Ben Koshar of the
Bronx, N.Y., and Samuel Kashar
of North Miami Beach, Fla.; three
sisters, Mrs. Irving (Esther)
Schwartz and Mrs. Al (Faye)
Zern, both of Tamarac, Fla., and
'Mrs. Samuel (Jean) Rothstein of
McLean, Va.; four grandchildren
and four great-grandchildren.

SALLY LEFT, 73, died Feb. 16.
She leaves her husband, David;
and a sister, Mrs. Samuel (Eve)
Schwartz of Delray Beach, Fla.

BERNARD LEVIN, 71, died

Feb. 15. He leaves his wife, Shir-

ley; three children, Clifford, Mrs.
James (Nadine) Abrams of Bel-
mont, Calif., and Michael of Dal-
las, Tex.; two sisters, Mrs. Carrie
Zaret and Mrs. I. (Ruth) Schim-
mel, both of Chicago, Ill.; and
three grandchildren.

MOLLY SELMA LIPSON, 76,

of Southfield, died Feb. 15. Sur-
vived by her husband, Samuel
Leon; a daughter, Mrs. Burton
(Judith) Isaacs; two brothers,
Harry Breslaw of Winnipeg,
Man., Canada, and Berman Bres-
law of Ann Arbor; two sisters,
Mrs. Florence Bernstein of Van
Nuys, Calif., and Mrs. Beaulah
Kappe of Los Angeles, Calif.; and
three grandchildren.

MINNIE MITTLEMAN, 77, of
Southfield, died Feb. 14. Survived
by a son, Phillip of Highland
Park, Ill.; a daughter, Mrs. Jerry
(Annette) Meisel; a brother,
Nathan L. Gross; seven grand-
children and seven great-grand-
children.

ANNA HOFFMAN PEISS, 79,
of Oak Park, died Feb. 13. Sur-
vived by her husband, Leon; three
sons, Arvin Hoffman of Fairfield,
Calif., Leo Hoffman of Miami,
Fla., and Melvin Hoffman of Oak
Park; a daughter, Mrs, Saul (Be-
verly) Nusbaum; a brother, Philip
Minkow of Delray Beach, Fla.; ten
grandchildren and four great-
grandchildren.

MARY ROSENBERG, former

Detroiter of Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.,
died Feb. 11. Survived by a son,
Allan of Ft. Lauderdale; a daugh-
ter, Mrs. Roberta Waronoff of Ft.
Lauderdale; three brothers, Jack
Silver, Theodore Silver and Wal-
ter Silver, all of California; two
sisters, Ida Greenbaum of Michi-
gan and Jean Samet of California;
and four grandchildren. Inter-
ment Pompany Beach, Fla.

CLARA ROSS, 57, of Southfield,
died Feb. 15. Survived by her hus-
band, Benjamin; a son, Wayne of
Houston, Tex.; Mrs. Alexander
(Francine L.) Querio of Houston,
Tex., and Phyllis Sue; two sisters,
Mrs. Leonard (Dorothy)
Brightman of Boca Raton, Fla.,
and Mrs. Norman (Ferah) Taroc-
koff; and two granddaughters.

ELAINE ROTH, 72, of South-

field, died Feb. 15. Survived by a
sister, Ethel; and cousins.

HYMAN RUBENSTEIN; 86,

former Detroiter of Canyon Coun-
try, Calif., died Feb. 14. Survived
by a son, Sam of Canyon Country;
and three grandchildren.

SARAH SILVERMAN, 93,
former Detroiter of Miami Beach
Fla., died Feb. 4. Survived by four
children, Mrs. Esther Prohow of
Florida, Milton Oak Park, Mrs.
Joseph (Trude Lee) Ash of Los
Angeles, Calif., and Mrs. Perry
(Ruth) Applebaum of Oak Park;
21 grandchildren and 12 great-
grandsons. Interment Miami Be-
ach.

AARON D. TOLMICH, 85,
former Detroiter of Scottsdale,

Ariz., died Feb. 11. Survived by

his wife, Jeannette; a son, Joel of
Oak Park; and one grand-
daughter.

IRMA WALDMAN, 60, former

Detroiter of Phoenix, Ariz., died
Feb. 12. She leaves a brother,
John Branch of Chandler, Ariz.
Interment Detroit.

MILTON WEISS, 79, of South-
field, died Feb. 17. Survived by his
wife, Evelyn; a. son, Arnold K.;
two daughters, Mrs. Marvin
(Eleanor) Rosen and Corinne Gor-
choff; a sister, Mrs. Lena Kuhn;
six grandchildren and two great-
grandchildren.

JON MICHAEL ZACKS, 20, of
Flint, died Feb. 12. Survived by
his father and step-mother, How-
ard and Geraldine Zacks of Grand
Blanc; his mother, Claudia Zacks;
a sister, Michelle; two brothers,
Matthew and Stephen of Flint; his
grandparents, Sam and Miriam
Zacks of Southfield and George
Snyder of Oak Park.

Howard Da Silva,
Broadway Star

New York — Howard Da Silva,
an actor best known for his role as
Benjamin Franklin in the Broad-
way show "1776," died Feb. 16 ai:
age 76.
Born Howard Silverblatt in
Cleveland, Ohio, Mr, Da Silva had
a show business career that
spanned more than 55 years. In
addition to acting, he was a direc-
tor, producer and author.
Mr. Da Silva was blacklisted by
the House Committee on Un-
American ActiVities after appear-
ing as an unfriendly witness.
He had more than 40 films to
his credit, in addition to appear-
ances on Broadway and on TV.

Na'amat Backs
Nupital Pact

NeW York — Na'amat, Israel's
largest women's organization, has
launched a campaign to have
married and engaged couples add
a financial agreement to their
, marriage contracts aimed at re-
ducing dissension and hardship in
the event of divorce or widowhood.
The drive was announced dur-
ing Na'amat's annual "Status of
Women" month in January. A
random sampling of the 3,000 di-
vorce cases in which Na'amat's
legal aid bureaus were invoved
from 1982 to 1984 showed that 80
percent of the settlements gave
rise to "grave disagreements"
over property and child support.
The organization has drafted a
standardized contract for Jewish
couples that covers division of
property and financial assets,
child support, alimony and other
matters that arise when a mar-
riage is dissolved. The agreement,
drawn up in consideration of
Jewish law (Halacha), is designed
to be approved by the district
court and, if possible, by the reli-
gious authority marrying the
couple, so that it becomes part of
the marriage contract.

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