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September 02, 1988 - Image 138

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-09-02

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OBITUARIES

The Family of the Late

In Loving Memory Of

FLORENCE
SILVERMAN

BESSIE R.
STEIGMAN

Announces the unveil-
ing of a monument in
her memory 10 a.m.
Sunday, Sept. 4, at Beth
Tefilo Cemetery. Rabbi
Gruskin will officiate.
Relatives and friends are
invited to attend.

Who passed away
September 17, 1986. Sad-
ly missed and never to
be forgotten by
Rose, Penny, Israel,
grandchildren,
great-grandchildren

The Family of the Late

RUTH
MOSKOVITZ

Announces the unveiling of a monument in her
memory 11:30 a.m., Monday, September 5 (Labor

Day), at Beth Abraham Cemetery. Rabbi Elimelech
Goldberg will officiate. Relatives and friends are in-
vited to attend.

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MARTIN K. BERMAN,
77, former Detroiter of
Laguna Hills, Calif., died
Aug. 24. Survived by a
daughter, Lois Venier of Bir-
mingham; a son, Donald of
Wilmington, Del.; and two
grandchildren.

BEULAH FLINT, 89, died
Aug. 29. She leaves a son,
Jerry of New York City; a
daughter, Mrs. Saul (Faye)
Glosser; two sisters, Mrs.
Naomi Gruskin and Mrs.
David (Zaftil) Lubetsky of Los
Angeles, Calif.; and five
grandchildren.

BLANCHE LEVINE, 59, of
Orchard Lake, died Aug. 25.
Survived by a son, Jeffrey B.;
a sister, Mrs. Colman (Ethel)
Reisman; and one grandson.

LENA LEVINE, 93, of West
Bloomfield, died Aug. 27. Sur-
vived by a son, Morris; a
daughter, Mrs. Morton
(Sylvia) Wohlman; four
grandchildren and two
great-grandchildren.

OSCAR C. LEVINSON, 71,
of Sterling Heights, died Aug.
29 in Wisconsin. Survived by
a son, Blair of Palm Springs,
Fla.; two daughters, Mrs.
Larry (Geraldine) Rubin of
Lake Worth, Fla., and Mrs.
William (Anita) Cottrell;
three brothers, Jack, Milton
and Rabbi Reuven of Chicago;
six sisters, Mrs. Anne Goltz of
Tulsa, Okla., Mrs. Robert
(Florence) Eppstein, Lillian,
Mrs. Philip (Ruth) Katz, Mrs.
Richard (Shirley) Lowenthal
of Frankfurt, Mich., Mrs. Paul
(Estelle) Worona; and six
grandchildren.

MAE ROSEN, 89, died Aug.
26. She leaves a daughter,
Mrs. Stewart (Lila) Monsein;
a brother, Alfred Koffman;
two sisters, Mrs. Rose Miller
and Mrs. Ida Schwartzman;
and two grandchildren.

MIRIAM STEINBERG, 69,
died Aug. 26. She leaves a
brother, Julius; a sister, Mrs.
Sara Albert of Grand Rapids.

ROSE SUGARMAN, 84,
died Aug. 24. She leaves a
daughter, Mrs. Myron (Gloria)
Handelsman; two grand-
daughters and one great-
granddaughter.

PEARL UZIEL, 62, of
Southfield, died Aug. 23. Sur-
vived by her husband, Daniel;
two sons, Joseph and Ivan of
Sherman Oaks, Calif.; two
sisters, Mrs. Irwin (Ruth)
Barak of Sacramento, Calif.,
and Mrs. Francis Hartman.

EDWARD YOUNG, former

Detroiter of San Diego, Calif.,

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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1988

died Aug. 6. Survived by his
wife, Ann; three children,
Marilynn, Barbara and
David; four grandchildren
and one great-grandchild.

NORMAN ZAGER, 84, of
Oak Park, died Aug. 27. Sur-
vived by his wife, Goldie; a
son, Sheldon; and two
grandchildren.

Samuel Klee

Samuel Klee, owner of
Midwest Manufacturing Co.
and Enduro Products, died
Aug. 30 at age 83.
Born in Pennsylvania, Mr.
Klee lived 60 years in Detroit.
He was a member of Pisgah
Lodge of B'nai B'rith for 50
years and Congregation B'nai
David.
He is survived by his wife,
Anna; two daughters, Mrs.
Raymond (Marilyn) Jonas
and Mrs. Warren (Betty)
Cowan; a brother, Harry of
Encino, Calif.; a sister, Mrs.
Abe (Ruth) Nagel of Sherman
Oaks, Calif.; and two grand-
children.

Gertrude Press

Gertrude Press, a volunteer
for the Greater Detroit Sec-
tion, National Council of
Jewish Women, died Aug. 24
at age 73.
Born in Bay City, Miss
Press lived 50 years in
Detroit. She was a beautician.
For the NCJW she
volunteered to work on
Fashion Spree and tribute
cards. She also was active in
volunteer programs at the
McDonnell Towers and the
Jewish Welfare Federation's
Women's Division Phono-gift
campaign.
She leaves a sister, Mrs.
Joseph (Louise) Mandell of
North Miami Beach, Fla.;
three nieces, Mrs. Charles
(Barbara) Stone, Mrs. Ken-
neth (Susan) Lynn and Mrs.
Steven (Linda) Weiss.

Sidney Barnett

Sidney Barnett, owner of
Barnett's Retail Menswear in
Pontiac for more than 52
years, died Aug. 27 at age 88.
Mr. Barnett's family was
the first Jewish family to set-
tle in Pontiac. Mr. Barnett
was active in the Jewish
Welfare Federation for 25
years, a life member of Tem-
ple Beth Jacob as well as be-
ing its treasurer and past
president. He also was
treasurer of the Pontiac
Chamber of Commerce, chair-
man of the Pontiac Better
Business Bureau, active in
tasks on behalf of the Pontiac
Community Fund, a life

member of the Elks, the
Detroit Consistory and was a
32nd degree Mason.
He leaves a son, Donald J.
of Calabassas, Calif.; two
sisters, Mrs. Samuel (Sylvia)
Babcock and Mrs. Robert
(Lillian) Moore.

Hans Adler

London (JTA) — Holocaust
survivor, author and scholar
Hans Gunther Adler, 78, died
here August 21 of a heart
failure.
Adler's books depicted the
horror of Nazi concentration
camps and his more than
three years experience in
them. Adler's wife, Gertrud
Klepetar, died in Auschwitz.
In 1958 he won the
prestigious Jewish literary
award, the Leo Baeck Prize,
for his book Theresienstadt
1941-45. He also won
Switzerland's Charles Veillon
Prize in 1969 for his novel
Panorama.
After the war, Adler re-
turned to Prague, where he
taught Holocaust survivors
and built Prague's Jewish
museum.
He immigrated to Great
Britain in 1947, and married
a sculptor, Bettina Gross.
In London, Adler served as
president of the PEN Center
German Language Authors
Abroad, which was founded
by German exile writers from
the Nazi period. Adler wrote
in German.

Radomer Aid
Has Service

The Radomer Aid Society
will hold its annual memorial
service on Sunday at 11:30
a.m. at Hebrew Memorial
Park. Rabbi Solomon Gruskin
will officiate. Members are
asked to attend.

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Violence
Between Arabs

Jerusalem — Thirty to 40
percent of violent incidents in
the West Bank and Gaza "are
between Palestinians," accor-
ding to Israel Defense
Minister Yitzhak Rabin.
Speaking to a symposium
called "The Uprising in the
Territories: Causes, Conse-
quences, and Media
Coverage" at Hebrew Univer-
sity, Rabin said that Arab
shopkeepers who refuse to
close their businesses and
municipal and village leaders
and their families are fre-
quent targets of attacks by
other Arabs.

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