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February 19, 1988 - Image 114

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-02-19

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I OBITUARIES I

In Loving Memory Of

In Loving Memory Of

BEN
GOLDSTEIN

MORRIS
PEVIN

Sadly missed by
Wife, Rebecca Irma and
Sons, Melvyn and Mark

Who passed away the
5th day of Adar. Sadly
missed by

He will never be
forgotten by those who
loved him.

Children, Betty Fisher
and George and
Sylvia Pevin

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In Loving Memory Of Our Dear

EDYTHE AWERBUCH

She is missed and
always in our thoughts.

Jerry, Alison, Gavin, Amy and Eric

In Memory Of Our Dearest Beloved Father

LOUIS BELLER

Who died Feb. 26, 1984. Sadly missed and never
to be forgotten by

Children, Grandchildren, Great-Grandchildren
and Great-Great Grandchildren

In Loving Memory Of Our Beloved Husband,
Father and Brother

DAVID ZAKALIK

Who left us suddenly Feb. 21, 1987.
Your spirit and love are forever in our hearts.
You will always be a source of inspiration and
wisdom.
Your Wife, Son, Karol and Daughter, Dana

In Memory Of Our Beloved "Al"

AL KANFER

Who passed away Feb. 11, 1983

We miss and love you. You are always in our
hearts.

Bertha, Judye, Larry, Cary, Shelby,
Dana, Darin, Jason and Andy

The Family of The Late

DR. HOWARD FRANKLIN

Acknowledges with grateful appreciation the

many kind expressions of sympathy and kindness

extended by relatives and many friends during the

family's recent bereavement.

114 FRIDAY FEBRUARY 19, 1988
6 .....,

ARTHUR BEBES, 82, died
Feb. 13. He leaves his wife,
Belle; a daughter, Mrs. Nor-
man (Rhoda) Lowy; two
brothers, Robert and Harry;
two grandchildren and two
great-grandchildren.

SOBEL
AURORA
BOEHM, 79, of Oak Park,
died Feb. 10. Survived by
cousins, Norman and Rose
Sobel.

IDA F. BROWN, 78, died
Feb. 13. She leaves a
daughter, Mrs. Norman (San-
dra) Licht of Canton, N.Y.; two
sons, Donald of Las Vegas,
Nev., and Steven of New York;
and five grandchildren.

ELIZABETH B. COHEN,
72, of Southfield, died Feb. 14.
Survived by her husband,
Morris; two daughters, Mrs.
Sheldon (Roberta "Bobbie")
Green of Solon, Ohio, and
Mrs. Thomas (Judith) Hud-
son; a brother, Dr. Benjamin
Bernstein of Mt. Pleasant;
and two granddaughters.

LOUIS FIDLER, 84, former
Detroiter of Opalocha, Fla.,
died Feb. 13. He leaves two
daughters, Mrs. Edward
(Rita) Goodman of Howell,
Mich., and Mrs. Ruth Ann
Michalski of Buffalo Grove,
Ill.; a sister, Mrs. Belle Singer
of California; and one grand-
daughter. Interment Detroit.

HILDE GROSSBART, 93,
died Feb. 12. She leaves a son,
Ralph of Thousand Oaks,
Calif.; three grandchildren
and two great-grandchildren.

WINIFRED GUTTER-
MAN, 71, former Detroiter of
Providence, R.I., died Feb. 15.
She leaves her husband, Dr.
David D. of Providence; two
sons, Dr. Robert B. of San
Francisco, Calif. and Rabbi
Leslie of Providence; a
brother, Edward Werbe of
Detroit; a sister, Mrs. Lillian
Benson of San Jose, Calif.;
and two granddaughters. In-
terment Providence.

RAYMOND HIRSHMAN,
56, of Pennsylvania, died Jan.
24. Survived by his wife, San-
dy; a son, Brian of New York;

The Family of the Late

MORRIS
ADELSTEIN

Acknowledges with
grateful appreciation
the many kind expres-
sions of sympathy ex-
tended by relatives and
friends during the fami-
ly's recent bereavement.

two daughters, Mrs. David
(Diane) Lapin and Mrs.
Sheldon (Karen) Gushy, both
of Pennsylvania; his father,
Walter Hirshman of St.
Petersburg, Fla.; a sister,
Helene Meizler of Detroit;
eight grandchildren, nieces
and nephews.

MILTON JONAS, 61, of
Detroit, died Feb. 11. Surviv-
ed by his wife, Betty; a
brother, Raymond; a sister,
Mrs. Harry (Harriet) Garden;
nieces and nephews.

PEARL KORNHEISER,
former Detroiter of Califor-
nia, died Feb. 16. She leaves
a son, Dr. Jerome of
Southfield; two daughters,
Mrs. Harry (Florence)
Kleiman and Mrs. Ralph
(Rhoda) Perl, both of Califor-
nia; six grandchildren and
two great-grandchildren. In-
terment California.

RUBIN LUKS, 90, of Oak
Park, died Feb. 16. Survived
by a son, Ralph of Mt.
Clemens; a daughter, Mrs.
Sam (Bertha) Fischer; four
grandchildren and two
great-grandchildren.

RUTH LOIS MARCUS, 71,
died Feb. 14. She leaves two
daughters, Carol Crafton and
Barbara Marzus; a brother,
James Crost of Elyria, Ohio;
and two grandchildren. Inter-
ment New York.

RUDOLF RIB, 80, of Oak
Park, died Feb. 15. Survived
by two daughters, Mrs. Adele
Lieberman and Mrs. Ekhard
(Herta) Mahovsky of Vienna;
and five grandchildren.

HARRY RIBIAT, 73, of
Southfield, died Feb. 13. Sur-
vived by a son, Dr. Lawrence;
a daughter, Mrs. Joseph
(Rochelle) Gruca; a brother,
Jack of Desert Hot Springs,
Calif.; three sisters, Mrs.
Phillip (Ann) Dembs, Mrs. Ar-
nold (Ruth) Morris and Mrs.
Leonard (Rose) Rosenblat;
and six grandchildren.

EVA ROBINSON, 92, died
Feb. 10. She leaves a
daughter-in-law, Bess Robin-
son; 12 grandchildren and 11
great-grandchildren.

DOROTHY REDBLATT
SARUT, 72, former Detroiter
of Modesta, Calif., died Feb. 9.
Survived by her husband,
William; a daughter, Arlene;
two sons, Richard and Robert;
two sisters, Sylvia Harvith of
Farmington Hills and Jean
Willens; and three
grandchildren.

HARRY SEGAL, 93, former
Detroiter of Ft. Lauderdale,

Fla., died Feb. 15. He leaves
his wife, Maybelle; a
daughter, Mrs. Ben (Marian)
Nathanson of Southfield; one
grandson and one great-
granddaughter. Interment
Detroit.

ALBERT SIMONS, 87, died
Feb. 13. He leaves a son,
Gerald; six grandchildren and
two great-grandchildren.

JEAN T. STEINBERG, 79,
of Southfield, died Feb. 10.
Survived by two brothers,
Max Smith of Titusville, Fla.,
and Saul Smith of West Palm
Beach, Fla.; a sister, Mrs.
Chester (Mildred) Fuller of
Pembroke Pines, Fla.; nieces
and nephews.

NATHAN WEINER, 87,
former Detroiter of West Palm
Beach, Fla., died Feb. 11. Sur-
vived by nephews, Louis
Zacks and Sam Zacks; a niece,
Mrs. Bess Lentzer; great-
nieces, great-nephews, great-
great-nieces, great-great-
nieces and one
great-great-great-nephew.

REBECCA YANCHAIR,
97, died Feb. 17. Survived by
two sons, Sam Yanchair and
Jack Young of Holly; two
daughters, Mrs. Rose Tauber
of Ann Arbor and Mrs. Bess
Raimi.

Armand Shulman

Armand A. Shulman, a self-
employed CPA, died Feb. 10 at
age 80.
Born in Detroit, Mr.
Shulman retired in 1974. He
formerly operated the
business office of Checker
Cab from 1928 to 1943. From
1948 to 1962, he had offices in
Detroit. Mr. Shulman was a
life member of the Michigan
Association of CPAs, and a
member of the National
Association of CPAs.
He leaves his wife, Ruth; a
son, Benson; a sister, Mrs.
Samuel (Esther) Levitt; and
one grandson.

Rabbi Skorski

Rabbi Leon Skorski, a foun-
ding teacher of Akiva Hebrew
Day School, died Feb. 8 at age
54.
Born in Paris, France, he
completed studies for a
bachelor's degree in history
at a university in Paris. Later,
he migrated to Israel, where
he was ordained a rabbi. He
came to Detroit in 1965. He
was on the Akiva faculty un-
til 1984.
He is survived by his wife,
Corinne; two sons, Abe and
Ely; two brothers and a sister.

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