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February 28, 1986 - Image 102

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-02-28

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Sidney A. Deitch

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WORKS

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C.M. Rodecker

Catherine M. Rodecker, one of of B'nai B'rith Women, Jewish
the founders and early supporters National Fund and Cong. Beth
of the Orchards Children's Serv- Shalom Sisterhood.
She leaves a son, George; two
ices of the National Council of
Jewish Women, died Feb. 22 at daughters, Mrs. Laurence (Alma)
WE REMEMBER
Spickler and Mrs. Leon T.
age 83.

Born in Pittsburgh, Pa., Mrs. (Gloria) Fogel; a sister, Mrs. Sol
During the coming
week Yeshivath
Rodecker lived 60 years in De- (Sonia) Garfield; seven grand-
Beth Yehudah will
troit. She was a member of Tem- children and one great-grandson.
observe the
ple Beth El, Franklin Hills Coun-
Yahrzeits of the fol-
try Club and Recess Club. Mrs.
lowing departed
friends, with the
Rodecker was a volunteer for
traditional Memo-
Hattie Feuerman
many years with the Sinai Hospi-
rial Prayers, recita-
tal Guild and was a past board
tion of Kaddish and
Hattie R. Feuerman, charter
member of the Greater Detroit
Studying of Ns-
_
member
of
Adat
Shalom
hnavos.
Section of the NCJW.
Synagogue,
died
Feb.
23
at
age
She leaves a son, Arthur; a
ADAR I MAR.
87.
daughter, Mrs. Bernard (Maxine)
21 2
FAIVEL APPLEBAUM
Born
in
Boston,
Mass.,
Mrs.
21 2
=AN BLUESTEIN
Spiegel; a sister, Mrs. Gilbert
21 2
Feuerman
lived
84
years
in
De-
JACOB CHABEN
(Bernice) Michel; eight grand-
21 2
HYMAN LERNER
She was a member of
21 2
children and two-great-grand- troit.
ABRAHAM MARCUS
Hadassah,
Primrose
Benevolent
21 2
LEAH
MENUCK
children.
2
21
Club and volunteer for the Diskin
BETTY SCHLUSSEL
2
21
SYLVIA
SILVERSTEIN
Home for Orphans.
21
2
MARVIN WISH
She leaves two sons, Arnold
22 3
HYMIE ARMELAND
22 3
JEN ALEXANDER
and George of California; two
22 3
Rose Tarnow
LOUIS BARSKY
daughters, Mrs. Meyer (Ger-
.22 3
SOPHIE BRAGMAN
trude)
Pensler
and
Mrs.
Burton
22 3
SAMUEL EISENSTADT
Rose Tarn / ow, co-owner of the
22 3
LOUIS HONIGMAN
Tarnow Electric Supply, Co., died (Bede) Epstein; 18 grandchildren
22 3
FANNIE KATZ
and 14 great-grandchildren.
22 3
Feb. 23 at age 79.
HARRY MARWIL
22 3
DORA NORBER
Born in Detroit, Mrs. Tarnow
22 3
11WE SHKOLNICK
was a member of Women's
22 3
EDWARD STARK
23 4
American ORT and a life member
DEITY BARILL
23 4
Israeli
Mayors
NORMAN
FILL
of Hadassah.
23 4
MOWE'GOLDBERG
She leaves her husband, Visiting U.S.
23 4
SARAH HOROVITZ
23 4
DOROTHY B. LEVIN
Nathan; two sons, Arthur and
23 4
SYLVIA
MILLER
New York — Mayors from six
Robert; a daughter, Mrs. Isadore
23 4
CHANNA REITMAN
23 4
(Adrienne) Goldbaum; two sis- Israeli cities are participating in
ANNA SILVERMAN
23 4
SAMUEL WINOGRAD
ters, Mrs. Rynee Roland and Mrs. a month-long tour of the United
24 5
JEROME S. BASEMAN
Saralee Greene; and 12 grand- States to exchange ideas with
24 5
NATHAN BERMAN
24 5
their
American
counterparts.
ABRAHAM DEROVEN
children.
24 5
ELLENSON
L
RACHEL
The tour, part of the United
24 5
LOUIS KATZ
State Information . Agency's In-
24 5
IDA MICKELSON
24 5
ternational Visitors Program,
JACOB WEINSCHENK
24 5
Rose Lipson
FRANK YORKE
will take the Israeli officials to
25 6
JESSIE BERNS
Washington,
Orlando,
Miami,
25 6
SHIRLEY F1NEBERG
Rose M. Lipson, long-time di-
25 6
New
Orleans,
Birmingham,
Ala.,
ALEX
GOLDBERG
rector of the Detroit Jewish So-
25 6
DAVID HEISLER
25 6
cial Service Bureau, died Feb. 17 Charleston, S.C., San Jose, Calif.
JOHN R. HERMAN
and
New
York
City.
25 6
SARAH KAPLAN
in Boca Raton, Fla. She was 98.
25 6
MAX KWARTOWITZ
Mrs. Lipson served with the
25 6
MORNS MECOW
25 6
Detroit welfare department in
SOL SAPPERSTEIN
26 7
REBECCA ABEL
charge of the Fort St. office before Parenting Topic
26 7
ISAAC AUGUST
26 7
she retired.
LOUIS DZODIN
26 7
Of
Workshops
HARRY F1NKELSTEIN
She is survived by a son, Elliot
26 7
NATHAN
GRUNT
N. of Boca Raton; a daughter,
27 8
LEO I. FRIEDIAENDER
"Practical Tools for. Parent-
27 8
Mrs. Doris Greenbaum of Hal- ing," an educational series
LEONARD F1NKEL
27 8
FRANK GREENWALD
landale, Fla.; seven grand- focusing on communication and
27 8
CHANA GREVNIN
children, 20 great-grandchildren discipline techniques will be
26 7
GOLDIE SCHWEITZER
-
27 8
and two great,-great-grand
SAM LEVINE
held March 10, 17 and 24, at
27 8
ABE SCHWARTZ
children.
27 8
Family counseling and Educa-
ANNE E.SLAKIER
27 8
MAX
SPOON
tion, 24100 Woodward Pleasant
Ridge.
Yeshivath Beth
There is a fee. Registration
Sam Litwin
Yehudah
deadline is March 3. For infor-
15751 W. Uncoln Dr.
mation,
call
Shirley
Aune,
direc-
Sam Litwin, owner of State
557-6750
Southfield
Flower Shop in Farmington, died tor, 545-0545.
Feb. 25 at age 64.
Born in Detroit, Mr. Litwin
was in the flower busineris for 40
years. His store was formerly lo-
"Serving the Jewish community with
cated in Detroit.
traditional
dignity and understanding"
He leaves two sons, Gerald and
Robert; a brother, Dr. Jack; five
sisters, Mrs. Charles (Kitty)
Limerick, Mrs. Carl (Joan) Hit-
tleman of Los Angeles, Calif.,
Mrs. Frances Kaye, Mrs. Charles
(Saretta) Bassett and Mrs. Sam
(Ceil) Goodman of Toledo, Ohio.

HEBREW
MEMORIAL
CHAPEL

Mrs. Mae Fox

Mae Fox, a bookkeeper for
Highland Appliance for 30 years,
died Feb. 19 at age 81.
Born in Lithuania, Mrs. Fox
lived 59 years in Detroit. She was
retired.
Mrs. Fox was a former member

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