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October 30, 1987 - Image 138

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-10-30

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(OBITUARIES

The Family of the Late

SAMUEL B. LUCAS

Acknowledges with grateful appreciation
the many kind expressions of sympathy ex-
tended by relatives and friends during the
family's recent bereavement.

The Family of the Late

DR. MYRON VINOCUR

Acknowledges with grateful appreciation
the many kind expressions of sympathy ex-
tended by relatives and friends during the
family's recent bereavement.

The Family of the Late

DAVID ZAKALIK

Announces the unveiling of a monument
in his memory 12 noon Sunday, Nov. 8 at
Hebrew Memorial Park. Rabbi Kagan will
officiate. Relatives and friends are invited
to attend.

Les We Forget

SOLOMON SILL

On his 23rd Yahrzeit (27th day of Tishri)
Born: November 5, 1881
Died: October 3, 1964

JAMES ANCHOR, 84, of
Southfield, died Oct. 22. Sur-
vived by his wife, Ella; a son,
Norman G.; and three
grandchildren.

GINGER BLAIR, former
Detroiter of Miami, Fla., and
New York, died Oct. 22. She
leaves a sister, Sally Fields of
Southfield.

SARAH CARMEN, 64, of
Oak Park, died Oct. 24. Sur-
vived by her husband, Max;
two sons, David of Rehovot,
Israel, and Gershon of
Lakewood, N.J.; a daughter,
Mrs. Menachem (Dena) Mintz
of Lakewood; a brother, Rab-
bi Morton Murik of Chicago,
Ill.; three sisters, Mrs. Fruma
Dushnitzer of Miami, Fla.,
and Mrs. Belle Meyers of
Chicago and Mrs. Kalmon
(Goldie) Barkin of Chicago;
and ten grandchildren.

CELIA COLMAN, 79, died
Oct. 23. She leaves a son,
John; two sisters, Mrs. Rose
Wachs and Mrs. Sally
Landsman.

NATALIE EPSTEIN, 51,
died Oct. 25. She leaves her
husband, Marshall; a son,
Alan of Miami, Fla.; two
daughters, Lisa Epstein
Dailey of Evanston, Ill., and
Linda; a sister, Mrs. Ira (Myr-
na) Sher of Manalapan, N.J.;
and one grandchild.

Once again I share a page in time with
my granddaughter Constance Ilene Sill.
Together . . . forever.

BERNARD "HOOKIE"
GOODMAN, 85, died Oct.
25. He leaves a son, Joel R.

In tribute from :
The Sill, Sriro, Kaluzny, Fox
and Wolfson Families.

BARBARA HOWER, 43,
died Oct. 25. She leaves her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Phil
(Roslyn) Hower; and a sister,
Dale Solheim.

Ode on remembering

The Family of the Late

CONSTANCE ILENE SILL

ISAAC
RAYKHINSHTEYN

On this her 3rd Yahrzeit (27th day of Tishri)
Born July 23, 1958
Died October 23, 1984

It matters not how blue the sky —
how red the rose.
When someone dear suddenly goes.
All pales in the brightness of the sun
Alone in the darkness we seek our beloved one.

Perhaps if she could speak
she'd say to us, this Yahrzeit week
grieve not, but Remember me yes!
Experience joy with no more distress.
This does not mean you loved me less — only
more — until Your own Nothingness .. .
Only more, until your own Nothingness .. .

Her Parents and Family —
Sill — Wolfson
Beatrice, Jack, Pamela, Robert, Adam, Noah & Cooper

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FRIDAY, OCT, 30, 1987

Acknowledges with
grateful appreciation the
many kind expressions of
sympathy extended by
our best friends during
the family's recent
bereavement.

The Family of the Late

LILLIAN
ZUMBERG

Announces the unveil-
ing of a monument in her
memory 11 a.m. Sunday,
Nov. 8 at B'nai Israel
Memorial Gardens, Novi.
Relatives and friends are
invited to attend.

SOL MANDEL, 83, of
Southfield, died Oct. 21. Sur-
vived by his wife, Nettie; two
daughters, Mrs. Leonard
(Carole) Blum and Mrs. Jules
(Judy) Breslow; a brother,
Simon of Flushing, N.Y.; two
sisters, Mrs. Frieda Samot
and Mrs. Anne Goldner, both
of the Bronx, N.Y.; three
grandchildren and one
great-grandson.

MARIE MARKS died Oct.
23. She leaves two sons,
Milton and Harold; ten
grandchildren and eight
great-grandchildren.

JOSEPH D. MEYER, 75,
died Oct. 25. He leaves two
daughters, Mrs. Dennis
(Peggy) Frank and Nancy; two
sisters, Mrs. Bernard (Jean)
Mellitz of St. Louis, Mo., and
Mrs. William (Louise) Simons
of Washington, D.C.; and two
grandchildren.

BETTY ROSENBLAT, 56,
died Oct. 24. She leaves her

husband, Arthur; a son,
Frank; two daughters, Bar-
bara of Tampa, Fla., and
Carole; her mother, Mrs. Kate
Marcus; two brothers,
Seymour Marcus and Milton
Marcus, both of Houston, Tex.

STEVEN JAY SAX, 31, died
Oct. 22. He leaves his father,
Stanley P. Sax; his mother,
Sally Jacobson of Chicago,
Ill.; a brother, David of
Milwaukee, Wis.

MORTON SEGERMAN,
62, former Detroiter of Tuc-
son, Ariz., died Oct. 22. Sur-
vived by his wife, Lee; a son,
Garry of Tucson; two
daughters, Mrs. Michael
(Rhonda) Alper of Tucson and
Mrs. Michael (Terry) Moll of
Mesa, Ariz.; and seven grand-
children. Interment Tucson.

BERNARD "BARNEY"
SUMNER, 89, died Oct. 23.
He leaves his wife, Bertha; a
daughter, Mrs. Natalie Hoff-
man; and four grandchildren.

Marta Feuchtwanger,
Wife Of Author

Marta Feuchtwanger, who
devoted her life to continuing
her husband Lion Feucht-
wanger's literary fame, died
in Los Angeles Sunday at age
96.
Mrs. Feuchtwanger shared
with her husband the many
years of acclaim when his

Jew Suss, Powerthe Josephus
Trilogy, The Ugly Duchess
and The Oppermans and
many other works became
world famous They were also
years when they were sub-
jected to anti-Semitic slurs.
The Feuchtwangers were in
the U.S. in 1932 and 1933
and did not return to Ger-
many when Hitler attained
domination. Instead, they
settled in the south of France.
In June 1940, after the
French collapsed to the Nazis,
the Vichy regime put them in
a concentration camp.
American friends helped
them escape over the
Pyrenees. They came to the
U.S. with the intervention of
President Franklin D.
Roosevelt.
Mrs. Feuchtwanger was the
guest here of Wayne State
University four years ago and
on Nov. 17, 1983, was award-
ed the Humanities Award of
the Center for Peace and Con-
flict Studies. The honors con-
vocation was arranged by
Prof. Guy Stern. The presen-
tation to her was by Leonard
N. Simons, who had the long
friendship with her until her
death.
Herself an accomplished

Marta Feuchtwanger

author, Mrs. Feuchtwanger
gained special attention with
her Only a Woman. This
autobiography was published
in Germany and an English
translation of it was publish-
ed in 1984.
Mrs. Feuchtwanger devoted
years after her husband's
death to supervising and also
adding to the translations of
her husband's many works.
Simons gave her encourage-
ment and assistance in the
republication of such works
as Power, The Oppermans
and other novels. They reap-
peared as paperbacks and
best sellers and in hard cover.
Simons, in a tribute to her,
said his reference to her when
he pesented her with the
Wayne State University
Humanities Award is worth

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