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June 17, 1988 - Image 155

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It MONUMENTS BY

B ERG

AND

URBACH

FINE MONUMENTS
SINCE 1910

ed by a nephew, Mr. and Mrs.
Frank (Margaret) Molnar.

Jack Feldstein

Jack David Feldstein, a
retired Detroit Public Schools
principal, died June 10 at age
66.
Born in Detroit, Mr. Felds-
tein resided in Bradenton,
Fla., at the time of his death.
He was a member of the
Jewish Parents Institute, the
Greater Detroit Interfaith
Round Table of the National
Conference of Christians and
Jews. In Sarasota, Fla., Mr.
Feldstein also belonged to the
Sarasota Conference of Chris-
tians and Jews.
Mr. Feldstein was a member
of the Organization of School
Administrators and Super-
visors and the Phi Delta Kap-
pa Fraternity.
He leaves his wife, Lillian;
two daughters, Mrs. James
(Barbara) Bayson of West
Bloomfield and Mrs. Mark
(Susan) Epstein of Bronxville,
N.Y.; a brother, Sidney Felds-
teen of Southfield; and three
grandchildren. Interment
Detroit.

Samuel Maza

Samuel Maza, founder and
past president of the the In-
ternational B'nai B'rith
Bowling Association and the
Metropolitan Detroit B'nai
B'rith Bowling Association,
died June 11 at age 86.
Born in Russia, Mr. Maza
resided many years in Detroit
prior to retiring to Hallan-
dale, Fla. He was a retired
food equipment represen-
tative. He started the interna-
tional bowling association in
1939, sitting on its board of
governors. He was president
of the association in
1941-1942, and was a life
member of the IBBBA since
1970.
Mr. Maza was a charter
member of Temple Israel and
past president of its
brotherhood. He also was a
member and past president of
Pisgah Lodge of B'nai B'rith.
He leaves his wife, Ger-
trude; three sons, Dr. Morton
and Dr. Bernard, both of West
Bloomfield, and Jerry of
Miramar, Fla.; and six grand-
children. Interment Detroit.

Moses Grossman

Moses (Moe) Grossman, a
former professional boxer,
died May 21 at age 80.
A former Detroiter, Mr.
Grossman resided in Los
Angeles, Calif., at the time of
his death. After service in
World War II, Mr. Grossman
worked for the Hudson Motor

Car Co. and General Motors.
He later helped develop the
Jupiter rocket for Chrysler
Corp. as part of the new space
program. He also had
assignments with NATO and
with the Saturn moon rocket
program in Huntsville, Ala,
and Cape Kennedy.
He retired from the space
program in 1972 and began a
second career with
Neutrogena, retiring from the
company in 1986 as its "am-
bassador at large."
Mr. Grossman is survived
by his wife, Alice; two
children Mrs. Avin (Joanna)
Edelson of Huntington Woods
and Richard of Los Angeles;
five brothers, Leonard, Isriel
"Eyo," Michael, Alan and
Carl; and five grandchildren.
Interment California.

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WE REMEMBER

During the coming week Yeshivath Beth
Yehudah will observe the Yahrzeits of the
following departed friends, with the tradi-
tional Memorial Prayers, recitation of Kad-
dish and Studying of Mishnavos.

LENA BECKERMAN
DAVID M. BLANKE
ABRAHAM DOMSTEIN
BERT FERRER
DR. JOSEPH GRUBER
BERTHA HOBERMAN
ROSE KANTOR
DR. MANDEL LANSKY
DR. JACK MARKOW
LOUIS MOSKOWITZ
ISAAC M. NEWMAN
PETER PORTNOY
RICHARD S. ROSIN
SIMSON SENDLER
MOSHE BARUCH
HARRY BINDER
ROSE FEIGENSON
BEN GLADSTONE
ANNA GOLDIN
IRVING LEVITT
BENJAMIN I. MAGID
YAKEL POMERANTZ
DAVID ROSEN
GERTRUDE SELMAN
SOPHIE COHEN
SARAH FINKELSTEIN
LOUIS FREEDMAN
LEON FRIEDMAN
BEN HERSH
BRONIA NOTHMAN
ETHEL RAIFMAN
SARAH SCHMIER
HARRY SHEAWITZ
MARY SIMON
GUSSIE SLOOTSKY
LENA BRENNER
ADOLPH DINETZ
PEARL DANIELS
KARL HESS
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SAM PUKOWITSKY
ISIDOR STROM
MORRIS TATELBAUM
JOSEPH KAPLAN
MAE KLEE
SARAH LEVIN
AUGUSTA MERMELSTEIN
ISAAC ROSNER
IRA I. SONNENBLICK
LOUIS BERKOWER
MARY BERMAN
ANNA GODFREY
FAY GOLDMAN LEVY
MORRIS S. WAYNE
PHILIP YAKER
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JACK ROSENBERG
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NEWS

Leftist Editors
Out On Bail

Jerusalem (JTA) — Three of
four editors of a left-wing
newspaper facing charges of
terrorist connections have
been released from prison on
bail, following a Jerusalem
district court ruling Sunday
that said they do not pose a
threat to the public.
Deputy State Attorney
Dorit Benish promptly filed
an appeal with the Supreme
Court to reverse the district
court order. The appeal, to be
heard by Justice Aharon
Barak, argues that the
Jerusalem court ignored the
gravity of the charges facing
the editors of the paper,
Derekh Hanitzotz.
The state charges that the
editors are members of the
Democratic Front for the
Liberation of Palestine, a
Marxist Palestinian terrorist
group headed by Nayef
Hawatmeh, and that the
newspaper was financed by
the terrorist organization.

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