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September 08, 1989 - Image 139

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-09-08

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YESHIVA
BETH YEHUDAH
Administration Office:

557-6750

Founded 1914

JOSEPH TANENBAUM SCHOOL FOR BOYS SALLY ALLAN ALEXANDER SCHOOL FOR GIRLS

15751 West Lincoln Drive
Southfield, Michigan 48076

32605 Bellvine
Beverly Hills, Michigan 48010

"T" IS FOR TORAH

ESTHER LEVY,81, a former
Oak Park resident now of
Margate, Fla., died Aug. 20.
She is survived by sons and
daughters-in-law, Robert and
Helen of West Bloomfied, and
Leroy and Arlene of Boca
Raton, Fla.; sisters and
brothers-in-law, Leah and
Jack Adelson of Oak Park,
and Diane and Sam Snider-
man of Okemos, Mich.; eight
grandchildren; and one great-
grandson. Interment in
Hollywood, Fla.

1950s, he was never
convicted.
Mr. Dalitz attended Bishop
Elementary and Central
High School in Detroit. He
owned or was co-owner of in-
dustrial laundries in Detroit,
Ann Arbor and Cleveland.
He is survived by a
daughter, Suzanne Brown of
Cardiff, Calif.; a sister; and
three grandchildren.
Interment in Las Vegas.

NOLAN LEONARD MAR-
CHIONE, 5 days old, of Royal
Oak, died Aug. 31. He is sur-
vived by his parents, Victor
and Linda; twin sister, Kala
Arielle; grandparents, Frank
and June, Mrs. Arlene
Weinberger, and Dr. and Mrs.
Kenneth and Sue Weinberger.

Eunice Cook of Ann Arbor
died Aug. 30. She was 77.
She is survived by her hus-
band, Dr. Harry; a son and
daughter-in-law, 'Temple Beth
El's Rabbi Julian and Susan,
of West Bloomfield; three
brothers and sisters-in-law,
Harry Sears of Royal Oak,
Leon and Adelle Sears of
Southfield, and Morris and
Barbara Sears of West Bloom-
field; a sister, Dorothy Sears,
of Oak Park; and three
grandchildren.

HARRIET
SCHON
MOREE, 48, of Southfield,
died Sept. 2. She is survived
by her husband, Garnet; her
mother, Sylvia Schon of
Southfield; a brother and
sister-in-law, Larry and Pearl
Schon of Oak Park; and a
sister and brother-in-law,
Adrienne and Sidney Finkels-
tein of Valencia, Calif.

JEROME
ROBERT
NEVIN, 71, of Southfield,
died Sept. 2. He is survived by
a brother, Paul of Long Island,
N.Y.; sisters and brother-in-
law, Florence and Clarence
Jacobs, and Eleanor Nevin,
all of Southfield.

HELEN B. STEVENS, 84, of
Farmington Hills, died Sept.
4. She is survived by a
daughter and son-in-law,
Joan and Peter Glinter of Far-
mington Hills; a sister,
Lillian Birndorf of Milford;
three grandchildren; and five
great-grandchildren.

MORRIS YAGOW, 93, of
Detroit, died Sept. 1. No
known survivors.

Morris Dalitz

Morris Dalitz, 89, a former
Detroit bootlegger, died Aug.
31 in Las Vegas.
Mr. Dalitz, who settled in
1949 in Las Vegas where he
became part owner of the
Desert Inn and the Stardust
Hotel, was in the 1950s label-
ed "absolute boss" of the
Cleveland underword. He was
said to have close ties to
organized crime figures in-
cluding Benjamin "Bugsy"
Siegel and Meyer Lansky.
Although Mr. Dalitz admitted
under oath that he had been
a bootlegger and operated il-
legal gambling houses in
Cleveland and Detroit in the

Eunice Cook

Rhoda Malinoff

Rhoda Malinoff, an art
teacher in the Detroit Public
Schools for more than 33
years, died Sept. 1. She was
61.
Mrs. Malinoff, a former
Detroiter, lived in McMillan,
Mich. She received her
bachelor's degree in fine arts
from Wayne State University
in 1949. For 14 years, she was
an art teacher at Beaubian
Junior High School.
In Detroit, Mrs. Malinoff
was a member of the Detroit
Federation of Teachers, the
Detroit Art leachers Associa-
tion, the Michigan Council of
the Arts, Women in the Arts,
the Founders Society of the
Detroit Institute of Arts and
the National Museum of
Women in the Arts in
Washington, D.C.
After moving in 1982 to
McMillan, she became active
in the Luce County
Democratic Party and in
creating art for the logging
museum and the Native In-
dian American Program. She
was instrumental in the
establishment of a shop for
native Indian art and started
an art program at Newberry
High School.
The Detroit Public Schools
honored Mrs. Malinoff a
number of times for her ex-
cellence in art teaching.
She leaves her husband,
Allen; a son and daughter-in-
law, Dr. Herbert and Lynn of
Ann Arbor; daughters, Julie
and Lauren of Raleigh, N.C.;
sister and brother-in-law,
Hermine and Howard Silver
of Franklin; and two
grandsons.

During the coming week Yeshiva Beth Yehudah will observe the yahrzeits of the following departed friends, with
the traditional memorial prayers, recitation of kaddish and studying of mishnayos.

DELLA ANTEL
MARGIT HOLLANDER
HARRY LEVIN
MANIS LEVITT
ABRAHAM D. PLISSKIN
LEON ROY
DEBORAH ATLAS
SOLOMON G. CHINITZ
CHARLES COTTLER
IRWIN EHRLICH
SAMUEL FREED
ETHEL JACOBSON
MINNIE KRUGEL
SARAH LANGWALD
EZAK LAZOWSKY
ETHEL LEIDERMAN
ROSE LEVIN
LOUIS MALTZ
ANNA RADNER
BEN REPITOR
HYMAN SKLAR
ALFRED I. STEBBINS

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IRVING R. BERG
MAX BLANK
SARAH FEINSTEIN
WOLF HUBERT
ABRAHAM J. HUDOSH
MARIAN LEVY
HARRY LUBORSKY
SARAH C. RAPP
AARON WULL
ADA HOROWITZ
BLANCHE KALE
ANNA KUSHNER LEVITT
ISADORE C. LUBETSKY
BERTHA MUST
BEATRICE PEIMAN
ROCHEL POMERANTZ
SADIE SAFERSTEIN
BERTHA WEINSCHENK
HAROLD LANE
LENA LEVINE
JACOB NOSANCHUK
MAX L. RAIMI

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MOLLY SCHWARTZ
ABNER WOLF
MILTON ABRAMSON
GISA BOBCHUK
LEIB BOBCHUK
MISHKE BOBCHUK
JOSEF GLASER
HARRY HENIGMAN
CHANA D. KAZERINSKI
AVROHOM M. KAZERINSKI
SAMUEL A. KLEPFISH
MICHAEL LIEBMAN
SAMUEL PAREL
SAMUEL SAKS
BENJAMIN BERRY
MILTON BURNSTINE
SONIA DENISON
ETHEL EISENBERG
SAMUEL MILLER
WILLIAM SANDLER
SARAH SEIGLE

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