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October 10, 1986 - Image 101

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-10-10

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OBITUARIES

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MORSE BERK, 88, died
Oct. 2. He leaves a daughter,
Mrs. Milton (Marjorie)
Greene; and three grandchil-
dren.

JOSEPH SAMUEL BER-
LIN, 60, of Novi, died Oct. 5.
Survived by two brothers,
Max and Louis; two sisters,
Jennie Tugman and Mrs.
Sam (Ann) Solomon of Los
Angeles, Calif.

BETTY BIEDERMAN, 78,
died Oct. 5. She leaves her
husband, David; two sons,
Michael and Neil; a brother,
Philip Heideman; two sisters,
Mrs. Lillian Linovitz and
Mrs. Abe (Tillie) Mendelson;
and five grandchildren.

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MARY COHEN, 70, died
Oct. 4. She leaves two daugh-
ters, Mrs. Jerry (Alicia)
Aronoff and Mrs. Allan (Shel-
ley) Kalmus; her mother,
Mrs. Rose Serling;- two sis-
ters, Mrs. Louis (Belle) Seid-
man and Mrs. Lawrence
(Dorothy) Sweet; and six
grandchildren.

JOSEPH J. CONN, 84,
former Detroiter of Sunrise,
Fla., died Oct. 5. Survived by
his wife, Betty; two sons, Dr.
Melvin of Plantation, Fla.,
and Dr. Arthur of Morgan-
town, W. Va.; a brother, Dr.
Raymond of Beverly Hills,
Calif.; and three grandchil-
dren. Interment Florida.

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New York; and three grand-
children.

MAMA ZELDA LESH, 63,
of Oak Park,_ died Oct. 6.
Survived by two daughters,
Mrs. Deborah Lesh Martel of
St. Louis Park, Minn., and
Mrs. Martin (Barbara) Gam-
liel of Yonkers, N.Y.; and a
brother, Erik Hersh of Leeds,
England. Interment
Westwood, N.J.

JOSEPH TURKISH, 65, of
Huntington Woods, died Oct.
1. Survived by his wife, Fay;
two sons, Morris and William
of Oldsmar, Fla.; his mother,
Mrs. Clara Rosenhauch of
Haifa, Israel; a brother, Fred-
rick of Paris, France; and
three granddaughters.

JACK H. LEVINE, 65, died
Oct. 6. He leaves a son,
Michael; and a sister, Mrs.
Glenn (Betty) Smith.

MORRIS LITVIN, 71, of
Southfield, died Oct. 2. Sur-
vived by his wife, Sarah; a
son, Barry; a daughter, Mrs.
Morton (Judy) Plotnick; three
brothers, Paul of Mt. Cle-
mens, Nathan of Walnut
Creek, Calif., and Emanuel;
and four grandchildren.

ESTELLE
MARIE
MARKS, 74, of Troy, died
Oct. 1. Survived by two sons,
Allan D. of Sylvania, Ohio,
and Irwin S. of Dallas, Tex.;
a daughter, Mrs. Robert
(Sandra) Feldman; two
brothers, Joseph Haas of
Sunrise, Fla., and Martin
Haas of Sun City, Ariz.; a sis-
ter, Mrs. William (Charlotte)
Cannon of Monrovia, Calif.;
five grandchildren and one
great-grandchild.

GERALD DOBRUSIN, 52,
died Oct. 7. He leaves his
wife, Betty; two sons, Barry
and Steven; a daughter, Sheri
of Dallas, Tex.; his mother,
Mrs. Rose Dobrusin; and a
brother, Dr. Joseph.

LEO MELLEN, 84, former
Detroiter of Hollywood, Fla.,
and Wilmington, Del., died
Oct. 1. He leaves a son,
David M. of Wilmington; a
brother, Morris of Oak Park;
a sister, Mrs. Sylvia Avrin of
Southfield; and two grand-
daughters. Interment Detroit.

SOL ELLIS, 79, died Oct. 4.
He leaves his wife, Frances;
two sons, Howard of East
Amherst, N.Y., and Ronald of
St. Paul, Minn.; three
brothers, Max, Robert and
Joe; and five grandchildren.

EVELYN ORDIN ROSIN,
65, died Oct. 4. She leaves a
son, Dr. Donald; a daughter,
Mrs. Barry (Linda) Rosen-
baum; two brothers, Harold
Ordin and Leo Ordin; and
three grandchildren.

HARRIET GALLANCY, 83,
died Oct. 4. She leaves two
daughters, Carol Tova
Salinger and Mrs. Joan Baraf
of North Hills, N.Y.; a sister,
Mrs. Sadie Getzlek of Roches-
ter, N.Y.; five grandchildren
and four great-grandchildren.
Interment Rochester, N.Y.

WILLIAM SHAPIRO, 68,
formerly of Southfield, of Tal-
lahassee, Fla.; died Sept. 20.
Survived by his wife,
Jeanette; three sons, Richard
of Tampa, Fla., Dr. Stuart of
Tallahassee, and Steven of
Helena, Mont.; one daughter,
Marilyn of Lansing; two
brothers, Herman of Detroit
and David of Cocoanut Creek,
Fla.; one sister, Rose Moss of
Detroit; and 11 grandchil-
dren.

BENJAMIN GREENBERG,
81, of Southfield, died Oct. 6.
Survived by his wife, Sophie;
two sons, Elliot and Ralph;
two brothers, Pincus and
Louis Greene of California;
and two sisters, Mrs. George
(Ann) Waldman and Mrs.
Rae Peltz.

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nine grandchildren and ten
great-grandchildren.

DAVID KARSE, 91, of Bay
City, died Oct. 4. Survived by
his wife, Jennie; two daugh-
ters, Mrs. Jack (Alice) Wirt of
Bay City and Mrs. Jules
(Leah) Cash of Delray Beach,
Fla.; two sisters, Mrs. Celia
Black of Saginaw and Mrs.
Esther Chernoff of Detroit;

HELEN SOBEL, 86, died
Oct. 8. She leaves a son,
Newton; a sister, Sybil
Siegel; six grandchildren and
one great-grandchild.

JOSEPH R. TULCENSKY,
65, former Detroiter of North
Miami Beach, Fla., died Sept.
29. Survived by his wife, Syl-
via; a son, Harvey of New
York City; two daughters,
Mrs. Ken (Evalyn) Citrin of
St. Louis, Mo.; and Devora of

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GEORGE A. UDAY, 92,
died Oct. 5. He leaves his
wife, Cecelia; two sons, Shel-
don Richard and Earl E.; a
sister, Mrs. Bea MacDonald;
four grandchildren and 17
great-grandchildren.

THIS SPACE CONTRIBUTED BY THE PUBLISHER

BELLE WEINBERG, 89,
died Oct. 4. She leaves a son,
Dr. Alex; three grandchildren
and five great-grandchildren.

THE JEWISH NEWS

GERI BRENNER WEIS-
BAUM, 65, former Detroiter
of Studio City, Calif., died
Sept. 26. Survived by her
husband, Nat; a son, Stephen;
two daughters, Bonnie
Freidman-Miller and Heidi; a
brother, Elliott Brenner; and
five grandchildren. Interment
California.

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French Tighten
Synagogue
Security

Paris (JTA) — The French
government last week ordered
elaborate security measures
to protect the hundreds of
synagogues and Jewish com-
munity centers all over
France during the High
Holidays.
A government spokesman
said 2,000 provincial police
have been brought to Paris to
bolster the local gendarmerie.
Paris has been hit by terrorist
attacks six time in the past
month, leaving nine dead and
nearly 200 injured by bombs.
The extra police will remain
on duty through Yom Kippur,
October 13.

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Proceed On
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Geneva (JTA) — Israel and
Egypt have agreed on the
third member of the arbitra-
tion panel which will be ask-
ed to resolve their dispute
over Taba. The agreement
was reached last week in less
than three hours.
The name, of the third ar-
bitrator, a European, will be
announced only after the
nominee is officially informed
and agrees to serve. The dele-
gations met in closed session
at the Geneva City Hall. The
two arbitrators already
chosen attended. They are
Dietrich Schindler of Switzer-
land and Pierre Bellet of
France.

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