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September 05, 1986 - Image 103

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-09-05

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Sidney A. Deitch



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WORKS

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SINCE 1910

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Myron of Stanford, Calif.; and
three grandsons.

CAROL ANN KAUFMAN,
51, of Farmington Hills, died
Aug. 29. Survived by her
husband, Robert; a son,
Leonard of Columbus, Ohio;
and three daughters, Mrs.
Richard (Gini) Winer, Denise
and Lynn.

LOUIS S. LAZARUS, 83,
former Detroiter of
Lauderhill, Fla., died Sept. 1.
He leaves his wife, Mary;
three daughters, Mrs.
Seymour (Rosemarie) Karbal,
Mrs. Richard (Sandra) Gale
and Mrs. Louise Band; a
brother, Herman of Philadel-
phia, Pa.; a sister, Mary of
Philadelphia; 12 grand-
children and two great-
grandsons.

BETTY JANE LEWIS, 63,
former Detroiter of San Fran-
cisco, Calif., died Aug. 29.
She leaves two sons, Kevin of
Huntington Woods and
Michael of Eugene, Ore.; a
daughter, Mrs. Eric (Nancy-
Lewis) Erickson of San Fran-
cisco; and three grand-
children. Interment Detroit.

BERTHA LIBERMAN, 79,
died Aug. 30. She leaves two
sons, Gerald Starler and
Murray Lieberman; a daugh-
ter, Mrs. Morris (Katherine)
Garrison of North Miami Be-
ach, Fla.; two sisters, Mrs.
Ida Levy and Mrs. Rachel
Eserow of San Diego, Calif.; a
brother, Sam Harnick; 17
grandchildren and 11 great-
grandchildren.

BELLA FANNIE LIPSITZ,
73, former Detroiter of Hal-
landale, Fla., died Aug. 29.
Survived by two sons, Harold
of West Bloomfield and Ralph
of Tel Aviv, Israel; a daugh-
ter, Mrs. Merel (Natalie) Eps-
tein of Farmington Hills; a
brother, Benjamin Ravitz; a
sister, Mrs. Lawrence (Elsie)
Klein of Tucson, Ariz.; six
grandchildren and three
great-grandchildren.

SARAH PELTZ, 87, of Oak
Park, died Aug. 30. Survived
by a son, Martin; a sister,
Mrs. Esther Lober of Texas;
and two grandchildren.

MINNIE SCHNEIDER, 86,
of Oak Park, died Sept. 1.
Survived by a grandson,
Robert Weltman.

HARRY TOPOR, 79, former
Detroiter of Philadelphia,
Pa., died Aug. 27. Survived
by a son, Richard of
Philadelphia; a brother, Louis
P. of Oak Park; a sister, Mrs.
Ida Havis of Oak Park; and
three grandchildren.

PAULINE GEWERTZ
WEISMAN, 84, of South-
field, died Aug. 27. Survived
by her husband, Louis; a son,
Gerald Gewertz of Canoga
Park, Calif.; a daughter, Mrs.
Lawrence (Phyllis) Horowitz;

a sister, Mrs. Sarah Slotnick
of Brooklyn, N.Y.; five grand-
children and two great-
grandchildren.

MARTIN PAUL ZATLEN,
74, former Detroiter of Sun-
rise, Fla., died Aug. 27. He
leaves his wife, Rose; three
daughters, Mrs. Morton
(Fran) Rieger of Plantation,
Fla.; Mrs. Herbert (Barbara)
Brod of Oak Park and Mrs.
Albert (Lori) Rosenthal of
Bloomfield Hills; seven
grandchildren and one
great-granddaughter. Inter-
ment Detroit.

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Morey L. Abrahams, re-
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tion machine parts, died Sept.
1 at age 82.
Born in Detroit, Mr. Ab-
rahams was a former member
of the Franklin Hills Country
Club and a member of Tem-
ple Beth El for more than 40
years.
He leaves his wife, Esther;
two sons, Bruce and Kenneth;
a daughter, Mrs. Aaron (Jo-
Lynne) Rosenstein; and seven
grandchildren.

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She leaves a son, Mervin of
Oakland, Calif.; two sisters,
Mrs. Aaron (Betty) Adelson
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and Mrs. Shirley Mintz of
Palm Springs, Calif.; and two
grandchildren.

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