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July 15, 1988 - Image 115

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-07-15

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SHELDON
MONUMENT
COMPANY

19800 WOODWARD AVE.

Arthur, Leonard and Nor-
man; a daughter, Mrs.
Theodore (Dorothy) Petok; six
grandchildren and five great-
grandchildren.

SOL STEINBERG, 78,
former Detroiter of Palm
Springs, Calif., died July 6.
He leaves his wife, Helen; a
son, Larry of Los Angeles; a
daughter, Mrs. Robert (Susan)
Pezzell of Torrance, Calif.; and
five grandchildren. Interment
Palm Springs.

VERA WALKER,

former
Detroiter of Van Nuys, Calif.,
died June 2. Survived by a
son, Michael of Schenectady,
N.Y.; a daughter, Mrs. Bill J.
(Johanna) Darden of Chicago;
two brothers, Emanuel Tap-
per of Indiana and Max Tap-
per of Van Nuys; a sister, Mrs.
Nathan (Helen) Landgarten
of Los Angeles; and four
grandchildren. Interment Los
Angeles.

EVELYN ZALLA,

74, of
Farmington Hills, died July
6. Survived by two sons, Dr.
Harvey B. and Ronnold M.;
two brothers, Albert
Freedland of California and
Sam Freedland; a sister, Mrs.
Brenda Karlinsky of Califor-
nia; and two grandchildren.

Park High School Boosters
Club. He was active in Little
League.
He leaves his wife, Linda;
two sons, Robert and Paul; a
daughter, Amy of Cuyahoga
Falls, Ohio; his mother, Mrs.
Rose Blatt of Pittsburgh, Pa.;
and a brother, Melvin of Tam-
pa, Fla.

HYMAN ZINBERG, 82, of

Detroit, died July 8. No
known survivors.

Miriam Picard

Miriam Braun Picard,
social action committee chair
at Temple Emanu-El, died Ju-
ly 5 at age 56.
Mrs. Picard was an honors
graduate of Syracuse Univer-
sity in 1953 and taught
elementary school in New
York state and Illinois.
She was active in civic af-
fairs in Huntington Woods
and in the public school
system.
She leaves her husband, Dr.
Sol David Picard; two sons,
Daniel and Joshua; a
daughter, Susan; her mother,
Mrs. Charlotte Braun; two
brothers, Zev and David
Braun; and a sister, Mrs. Ir-
win (Judith) Weinstein.

Stanley Blatt

Stanley B. Blatt, owner of a
collision shop in Detroit, died
July 6.
Mr. Blatt, age 51, died
while playing in a baseball
game.
He was a member of the
creation advisory board of the
City of Oak Park and the Oak

Edith Slatkin

Edith Slatkin, 74, a
member of many Jewish
organizations, died July 12.
Mrs. Slatkin headed the
Women's Divison of Project
HOPE, was a Red Cross
volunteer, worked for its
motor division during World
War II, and was a member of
the Knights of Charity,
Hadassah, Women's Ameri-
can ORT and National Coun-
cil of Jewish Women.
She leaves her husband,
Joseph; two sons, Jeffrey and
Dennis; a brother, Gerald
Sparr; and two
grandchildren.

Rose Sheinfeld

Rose Sheinfeld, a volunteer
at the Jewish Home for Aged,
died July 8. Mrs. Sheinfeld,
86, was also active in Na'amat
(Pioneer Women) and was a
longtime member of Con-
gregation Shaarey Zedek.
She leaves a son, Leslie
"Issir" Field of W. Lafayette,
Ind.; three daughters, Mary
Ann, Mrs. Leslie (Sally)
Mandel, and Florence Glen; a
sister, Monica Youlis of Ibron-
to, Canada; and eight grand-
children.
Windsor,
Interment
Canada.

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MONUMENT
WORKS

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Beatrice Jacob

Beatrice Jacob, 76, a former
Detroiter who was active in
civic and Jewish causes, died
July 11.
She was a board member of
Hadassah and Women's
American ORT, and was past
president of the Youth Educa-
tion League. She was the
owner of the Ruth Anne Shop
on Fort Street in Detroit.
In California, Mrs. Jacob
was landlord-tennant
mediator and a docent for the
Frank Lloyd Wright complex
in Meridian County.
She leaves a son, Gerald; a
daughter, Ruth Anne Lippitt;
two sisters, Mrs. Ada Eisen of
Toronto and Mrs. Mollie
Berlin; two brothers, Moe
Goldberg of Toronto and Jack
Goldberg; and two
grandchildren.

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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.

ESTHER ALLAN
HARRY R. BOCKOFF
YECHIEL E. ERSTER
HERBERT GLOGOWER
PAULINE CUTFREUND
PHILIP HOFFMAN
BENJAMIN SHEPARD
LOUIS SUGAR
ZISE BIGMAN
FRANCES D. CRANE
HANNA DIEM
DOROTHY EIZEN
CHAYA I. GORENSTEIN
FANNY GOULD
LILLIAN HARRIS
ETTA LEVIN
DAVID LEVITZ
SONIA MENENBERG
ESTHER SH. MOSHEL
BILL ROSENTHAL
SAMUEL M. SHORR
JOSEPH STEIN
KATIE GLICKLIN
DAVID GOLDBERG
LENA M. LIEBERMAN
DAVID SHERMAN
AARON YAMPOLSKY
MAX FELDMAN
WILLIAM M. FLEISHER
MORRIS GREEN
CELIA KORMAN
ISRAEL H. MASON
MINNIE WEBERMAN
LEIZER YAMSHON
ANNIE KELMANOVITZ
ESTHER MARCUS
GERTRUDE MARKS
BERTHA WEISSER
LOUIS BAGGLEMAN
PHILLIP G. EIZEN
MILLIE FRANOVITZ
JULIUS FREEDMAN
ROSE GROSSMAN
MORTON KELLER
VICTOR A. MAWS
LENA NUCIAN
SOPHIE PFEIFFER
EVA WASSERMAN
LEIB APPLEBAUM AND FAMILY
HYMAN COHEN
ISAAC GENDELMAN
DEVORAH HAYMAN
BERTHA HESS
DAVID KELLER
YISROEL M. LEVINSON
AND FAMILY
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MURRAY J. ROTH
LOUIS SEMANSKY
ROSE SOLOMON
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