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November 14, 1986 - Image 119

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-11-14

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OBITUARIES

SHIVA BASKETS

BERG AND
URBACH

.. WITH GOOD TASTE

EONARD COHEN, 84,
died Nov. 5. He leaves his
e, Rae; two sons, Sherwin
Corlin and Gerald Corlin; two
brothers, Herbert of Seal Be-
ach, Calif., and George of
Chicago, Ill.; and eight
grandchildren.

ESSIE EDELMAN, 97,
lad Nov. 8. She leaves a son,
David; a daughter, Mrs. Al-
bert (Edna) Schlussel; four
brothers, Leon Wolock,
Nathan Wolok of Lauderhill,
a., Andrew Wolok and Sol
. Wolack, both of Lauder-
-dale Lakes, Fla.; a sister,
Mrs. Louis (Tillie) Rose; three
randchildren and four
great-grandchildren.

EDYTHE FRANK, 79, died
ov. 4. She leaves two
daughters, Mrs. Jeffrey
.onna) Serwin and Mrs.
Ronald (Anita) Barmash of
ox Point, Wis.; and three
grandchildren.

JACOB "JACK" GREEN-
ERG, 92, died Nov. 11. He
leaves his wife, Tillie; three
lighters, Mrs. Phil (Roslyn)
Hower, Mrs. Sol (Betty)
Steinlauf and Mrs. Hy (Shir-
ley) Lezell; ten grandchildren
d 19 great-grandchildren.

ON HOFFMAN, 75, of
outhfield, died Nov. 5. Sur-
- v- ed by a son, Gerald; a
aughter, Mrs. Joseph
ncy) Blau; two brothers,
lton and Max of Tel Aviv,
srael;
and
three
andchildren.

DAVID KAPLAN, 89, died
ov. 4. He leaves a niece,
rtrude Tyrrell.

AE KLEIN, 88, of Oak
ark, died Nov. 11. Survived
y two daughters, Sylvia and
Mrs. Maurice (Mildred) Wil-
- v-pn; and three grandchildren.

MENTZEL, 73,
lied Nov. 5. He leaves a son,
Jr. Barry; and three
randchildren.

MILDRED (RACKOFF)
SCHURGIN, former De-
kroiter of Phoenix, Ariz., died
ov. 8. Survived by her hus-
'and, Samuel B.; a son, Mark
)f Pacific Palisades, Calif.; a
laughter, Sue Mahl of Tuc-
;on, Ariz.; a sister, Mrs. Sol
1 '),osalie) Kaufman of Oak
:'ark; and three
*_andchildren. Interment
phoenix.

MAURICE TACHNA of
Southfield died Nov. 11. Sur-
vived by his wife, Pauline; a
^in, Milford; a daughter,
Helene; two sisters, Mrs.
Figoten of Laguna
Calif., and Mrs. Nettie
ire.eman; and two
Tandchildren.

kNN THIEMAN,

73, of

Southfield, died Nov. 7. Sur-
vived by a brother, Benjamin
M. Kanter of Phoenix, Ariz.;
and a sister, Mrs. Harry
(Florence) Malach.

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DR. DONALD R. TONKIN,
50, of Hollywood, Fla., died
Nov. 8. Survived by his wife,
Lois; a son, Leo; two daugh-
ters, Cindy and Julie; his
mother, Jean Tonkin; a
brother, Wallace of South-
field. Interment Hollywood,
Fla.

HELEN UPFALL, 86, died
Nov. 8. She leaves a son, Dr.
Yale; and two grandchildren.

HYMAN WAGMAN, 73, of
Westland, died Nov. 6. Sur-
vived by a sister, Mrs. Anne
R. Mentzel; nieces, nephews
and cousins.

THEODORE "TED" WISE,
77, died Nov. 8. He leaves his
wife, Ida; and a sister, Mrs.
Sam (Lillian) Feldman.

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S.B. Rosenberg

Samuel B. Rosenberg, an
attorney, died Nov. 5 at age
75.
Born in Russia, Mr. Rosen-
berg came to the U.S. in
1916. He attended the Detroit
College of Law and was a
practicing attorney for more
than 50 years. He was a
member of Cong. Beth
Achim, Louis Brandeis Lodge
of B'nai B'rith, Michigan Bar
Association and the Jewish
Center Businessmen's Club.
He is survived by his wife,
Sylvia; a daughter, Mrs.
Stanley (Esterly) Blum; a
brother, Allan; two sisters,
Mrs. Manuel (Eva) Rott and
Mrs. Harry (Sarah)
three
and
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grandchildren.

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Betty Lentzer, a teacher in
the Detroit Public Schools for
many years, died Nov. 9 in
Denver, Colo. She was 75.
Born in Detroit, Mrs. Lent-
zer won the "Teacher of the
Month" award in 1960. She
trained many Wayne State
University education stu-
dents. She was past president
of the B'nai B'rith Business
and Professional Chapter.
She was a member of Hadas-
sah and Temple Israel.
She is survived by a
daughter, Michelle Stern of
Denver; three sisters, Shirley
Collins of Birmingham,
Dorothy Chaleff of Hemet,
Calif., and Gertrude Lane of
Los Angeles, Calif.; a brother,
Sanford Demian of Los
Angeles; and two
grandchildren. Interment
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During the coming week Yeshivath Beth
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following departed friends, with the tradi-
tional Memorial Prayers, recitation of Kad-
dish and Studying of Mishnavos.

CHESHVAN

YETTA BORNSTEIN
BENJAMIN BRAGMAN
SAM COHEN
DAVID FRIEDMAN
NECHEMJAH Y. KIRSNIANSKJ
LEAH LAKRIU
JACOB LEVIN
ROSE WIMMER
ANNIE CITRIN
IRWIN I. COHN
ABRAHAM DIEM
DAVID J. GOLDBERG
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ESTHER AVERBACH
RIBA BOESKY
SOPHIE BUCH
BERTHA CORN
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LEA B. UPKIN
ESTHER MINDUN
SAMUEL REVZJN
LENA ROSENBAUM
HAROLD SHERR
ETHEL SHORR
ALTER FARBER
CEUA FRANK-ECKERT
DAVID FELDSTEIN
JACOB LESSER
TZIPPORAH MILLER
DR LEO ORECKUN
IDA ROTHENBERG
NORMA WEINGER
LENA ZAGER
LUBA DECKER
MORRIS BINDER
ROY C GREENBLATT
BESSIE HORWITZ
IDA MAISELOFF
EVA NACHMAN
MARY MENDELSOHN SHERMAN
DAVID SIROTA
0' AARON
MARTIN AMHOMTZ
ARTHUR JAFFIN
JULES KAMEN
MINNIE LEVI
SAMUEL J. MAXMAN
IDA MILLER
MORRIS ROSENTHAL
MARTIN SEGAL
HARRY D. SWITZER

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