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March 06, 1987 - Image 103

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-03-06

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SHELDON
MONUMENT
COMPANY

19800 WOODWARD AVE.

Betw. 7 and 8 Mile Roads

Nellie Lapides

2

Nellie Lapides, a past
president of the Temple Beth
Jacob Sisterhood, died March 3
at age 84.
Born in Rochester, N.Y.,
Mrs. Lapides lived 55 years in
Detroit. She resided in West
Bloomfield at the time of her
death.
Mrs. Lapides was active in
Hadassah, National Council of
Jewish Women, Women's Di-
vision of Jewish Welfare Fed-
eration and Women's Ameri-
can ORT.
A member of the Sinai Hos-
pital Guild, Mrs. Lapides was
chairman of the surgical
lounge at the hospital.
She leaves a daughter, Mrs.
Norman (Barbara) Wachler;
two sons, Gordon of San Fran-
cisco, Calif.; and Jerome; five
grandchildren and two great-
grandchildren. Services 11:30
a.m. today at Ira Kaufman
Chapel.

Albert Dworkin

Albert H. Dworkin, chair-
man and founder of D and M
Truck Top, died Feb. 26 at age
83.
Born in Russia, Mr. Dworkin
lived 67 years in Detroit. He
was a life member of Mosaic
Lodge of the Masons, Scottish
Rite Bodies and the Crescent
Shrine. He also was a longtime
member of Cong. Shaarey
Zedek.
Mr. Dworkin leaves his wife,
Bertha; two daughters, Mrs.
Aaron (Cynthia) Greenspon
and Mrs. Lawrence (Shirley)
Jonas; a brother, Henry, a sis-
ter, Mrs. Jean Ketchem; and
four grandchildren.

Arthur Goulson

Arthur Lewis Goulson, an
attorney for 55 years, died Feb.
25 at age 78.
Born in Detroit, Mr. Goulson
was a graduate of the Univer-
sity of Michigan. He was a life-
long member of Temple Beth
> El, president of its brotherhood
and the Married Group and
was a member of the temple
chorale and was head of the
temple's cemetery board for 28
years.
He is survived by his wife,
2 ? Zella; a son, Lawrence; and two
grandchildren.

Rose Lipsitz

Rose Edith Lipsitz, an execu-
tive secretary with Ethyl
Corp., died Feb. 27 at age 85.
Born in Detroit, Miss Lipsitz
was a life member of Cong.
Shaarey Zedek and Hadassah,
a member of the Business and
Professional Group of Hadas-
sah and a member of the

Zionist Organization of
America.
She leaves a nephew, David
Lipton; and three nieces.

Phone 368-3550

Over 60 Yea

. 1
1

Ida Rossin

Ida Rossin, a member of
Jewish women's organizations,
died March 3 at age 68.
Born in Detroit, Mrs. Rossin
was a member of Hadassah,
B'nai B'rith and Sinai Hospital
Guild.
She leves her husband, Al-
bert; a son, Dr. Herbert; a
daughter, Mrs. David (Leslie)
Molitz of Delmar, Calif.; a
brother, Hyman Zerkel of San
Antonio, Tex.; and five
grandchildren.

Marian Greenberg,
Hadassah Leader

New York — Marian Gerber
Greenberg, an associate of
Hadassah founder Henrietta
Szold and the first national
chairman of Youth Aliyah,
died Feb. 24 at age 89.
Mrs. Greenberg was a na-
tional board member of Hadas-
sah since 1927, national vice
president and a Hadassah
delegate to five world Zionist
Congresses. She also was na-
tional chairman of the
Hadassah-Hebrew University
Medical Building Fund.

Israel Hospital
Workers Strike

Tel Aviv (JTA) — Striking
hospital workers demon-
strated raucously outside the
Knesset this week while the
Labor and Welfare Committee
discussed the worsening situa-
tion at 29 government hospi-
tals hit by a walkout of 11,000
administrative and mainte-
nance personnel.
The strike, now in its second
week, has raised political
passions. Health Minister
Shoshana Arbelli-Almoslini, a
Laborite, sharply attacked
Likud Finance Minister Moshe
Nissim on what she called
mishandling the hospital
crisis.
She had harsh words too for
Premier Yitzhak Shamir of not
holding a Cabinet debate on
the country's rapidly deter-
iorating health services.
Arbelli-Almoslino attacked
Nissim for hinting Sunday
that he would consider hiring
private contractors to do
maintenance work at the hos-
pitals. Some hospitals have al-
ready engaged contractors or
are using volunteers. The
strikers retaliated by placing
pickets outside kitchens and
linen store rooms.

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WE REMEMBER

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.
ADAR MAR.
ABRAHAM BERMAN
7
8
MAX BERRIS
7
8
JOE BIGMAN
7
8
MANUEL FELDSTEIN
"7
8
JUUUS HESS
7
8
SARAH MILLER
7
8
DAVID H. ROM
7
8
LI LJJAN SILVERMAN
7
8
BERTHA WEI1ZMAN
7
8
ABRAHAM AUGUST
8
9
BESSIE BERNS
8
9
arRFCCA CHARNES
8
9
GAVRIEL ECKMAN
8
9
JACK P. ENGEL
8
9
EMANUEL GREENSPAN
8
9
RALPH KOELNER
8
9
ROSE KONIKOF
8
9
KARL LEVIN
8
9
ANNA LEVINE
8
9
MORRIS MALTZ
8
9
KATHERINE RADNER
8
9
JOSEPH SAKS
8
9
HYMAN SCHWARTZ
8
9
BLANCHE I. STERN
8
9
JANET STRAUS
8
9
SUSAN TOPOR
8
9
MICHAEL G. BARD!
9
10
MAX CITRIN
9
10
ALAN COLEMAN
9
10
9
10
DR. BERNICE FEIGENBAUM
FREDA FREED
9
10
WILUAM GOODMAN
9
10
A. I. KORMAN
9
10
MAX LANGWALD
9
10
ABRAM NUSS
9
10
MILTON RIBIAT
9
10
SARA RUBENFAER
9
10
MENDEL STARK
9
10
EVA TOPOR
9
10
ISADORE WARREN
9
10
MILTON WERTHEIM
9
10
REBBETZJN RACHEL LAGER
9
10
JUUUS COHEN
10
11
LOUIS D. FELDMAN
10
11
BERTHA FISCHER
10
11
MINNIE FISHER
10
11
LOTTlE GERSON
10
11
AARON LANKIN
10
11
ISRAEL MAUK
10
11
SOPHIE MEISNER
10
11
HERMAN SCHWARTZ
10
11
ROSE TEMCHIN
10
11
BENJAMIN TOPOR
10
11
ROSE ARONOFF
11
12
ESTHER J. BRAGMAN
11
12
MAX E. CHARNESS
11
12
HARRY FABER
11
12
ANNE KAUFMAN
11
12
MAURICE LEVIN
11
12
SAMUEL UBERSON
11
12
I DA MAN D ELSOH N
11
12
LOUIS MENENBERG
11
12
JACOB ROSENBERG
11
12
SOLOMON ROSENBERG
11
12
UBBY SIMONS
11
12
NATAUE WAGMAN
11
12
IDA WEIDER
11
12
ERNEST WOLFSHEMER
11
12
EUZABET1-I BUSHKIN
12
13
CLARA EISENBERG
12
13
LENA FARBER
12
13
DAVID GROSSMAN
12
13
GOLDA GUTTMAN
12
13
ISADORE KRAMER
12
13
SOLOMON LAPINSKY
12
13
SAM MENDELSOHN
12
13
BESS OSBORNE
12
13
JENNIE OZADOVSKY
12
13
MORRIS ROSEN
13
12
SAMUEL TECHNER
12
13
MORRIS ABEL
13
14
HARRY ALTMAN
13
14
REBECCA BARRON
14
13
ABRAHAM BERKOWITZ
13
14
SALLY DANZIG
13
14
RABBI JOSEPH EISENMAN
13
14
KALMAN S. FLORENCE
13
14
SIMCHA KLEINEMUS
13
14
14
ROSE LEWIS
13
KARL LOEWENSTEIN
13
14
SARAH ROTOFSKY
13
14
LEBA SILVERSTEIN
14
13
IRVING ZEFF
13
14

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