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February 02, 1996 - Image 158

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1996-02-02

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WE REMEMBER

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

SHEVAT
Max Barth
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Esther Waldman Ellis
14
Lori Epstein
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Fannie Faber
14
Morris Goodman
14
Fae Hellen
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Bessie Holtzman
14
Shlomo Karbal
14
Meyer Minkin
14
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Harry Schneider
14
Charles Weiss
William Weiner
14
Bernard Amhowitz
15
Molly Plotkin
15
Milton Mermell
16
Bella Schulman
16
Nathan Stahl
16
Fannie Zalenko Weinerman 16
Sam Zngeser
16
Craig Evan Blecher
17
Rose Burstein
17
Solomon Cohen
17
Nathan Fine
17
Yossel Halpert
17
Philip Hellman
17
Lillian Lux
17
David H. Lynn
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Ben Stein
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Mina Wolman
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Rachel Berkowitz
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SHEVAT

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'JAN.

Herbert B. Bunin
18
Israel Glicklin
18
Morris Goldberg
18
Leo Kaufman
18
Molly Kobrin
18
Arthur E. Plotnick
18
Frank Sears
18
Morris Sherman
18
Samuel Sherman
18
Fannie Smith
18
Bella Band
19
George X. Cobitz
19
Jennie Eisenshtadt
19
Paul Fenton
19
William Greenstein
19
Esther Hecker
19
David Kaufman
19
Jacob Levin
19
Sadie Lichtenberg
19
Getta Malach
19
Mode Nelson
19
Rose Langwald Tomarin 19
Rose Anna (Matz) Zeifman 19
Becky Efros
20
Max Friedman
20
Sandra Karmazin
20
Ann Magid
20
Sarah Revzin
20
Max C. Shiovitz
20

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Bernard Rosenberg
Professor, Author

Bernard Rosenberg, 72, former Detroiter of maining a contributing editor until his death.
He was co-author or editor of more than 20
Manhattan, died Jan. 25.
Professor Rosenberg received his bachelor books, on topics ranging from juvenile delin-
of arts degree from the University of Michi- quency to Broadway musicals; he also wrote
gan, a master's degree in social science from numerous articles and essays about Ameri-
can politics, American Jewry
the New School for Social Re-
and mass culture. His Socio-
search and a doctorate from
logical Theory: A Book of Read-
the New School. He did grad-
He was optimistic ings was a standard text in the
uate work in sociology with
the Swiss psychologist Jean about the future of field. Professor Rosenberg also
co-authored several works on
Piaget.
Professor Rosenberg began the Jewish people. the problems of the young, in-
cluding Work, Youth and Un-
his teaching career at Wayne
employment.
State University in 1948. He
He was the beloved son of
was adistinguished professor
emeritus of sociology at City College in New the late Samuel and Regina Rosenberg.
He is survived by his wife of 47 years,
York and the City University Graduate Cen-
ter. He was an instructor at Brandeis Uni- Sarah; son, Daniel; daughters, Rebecca and
versity in 1954 when Dissent magazine was Deena, all of Manhattan; sister, Leona Kut-
founded and he began working there, re- lov of Detroit; one grandchild.

CHARLOTTE ADELL, 94, of
Garland, Texas, died Jan. 28.
Mrs. Adell was the beloved wife
of the late Lawrence Adell and
the loving grandmother of the
late Lawrence Adell.
She is survived by her sons
and daughters-in-law, Marvin
and Betty of Garland, Texas,
Robert, Franklin and Sharron;
grandchildren, Rhonda and
Steven Satovsky, Linda Levy,
Michael Adell, Loren Adell,
Joan Adell Gold, Laurie and
Dr. Kenneth Goldman, Julie
and Paul Verona and Kevin
Adell; great-grandchildren,
Jennifer, Matthew, Brett and
Nicole Satovsky, Jeffrey and
Stephanie Levy, Zachary and
Connor Adell, Erica and Ryan
Davis, Seth Gold, Andrew and
Melanie Goldman, Bradley and
Brandon Verona. Interment at
Clover Hill Park Cemetery.
Contributions may be direct-
ed to the American Heart Asso-
ciation, 16310 West 12 Mile
Road, Southfield, MI 48076; or
the American Cancer Society,
29350 Southfield, Suite 110,
Southfield, MI 48076. Arrange-
ments by the Ira Kaufman
Chapel.

LEO ANSTANDIG, of Oak
Park, died Jan. 23. Mr. An-
standig was the loving father of
the late Arlyn Platt and loving
brother of the late Jeanette
Rosenberger. He is survived by
his wife, Katie; sons and daugh-
ters-in-law, Michael and Shellie
of Farmington Hills, Ronald
and Kathie of Clarkston; broth-
er and sister-in-law, John and
Rena of Southfield, sister and
brother-in-law, Lillian and
Joseph Greenblatt of Walled
Lake: grandchildren, Bryan,
Marci, Deborah, Jared.

Contributions may be direct-
ed to Hospice of Southeastern
Michigan, 16250 Northland
Drive, Suite 212, Southfield, MI
48075; or to a charity of one's
choice. Interment at Beth
Moses Cemetery in Roseville.
Arrangements by Hebrew
Memorial Chapel.

ANNE BARCLESS, 90, of
Southfield, died Jan. 27. Mrs.
Barcless was the beloved wife
of the late David. She is sur-
vived by her son and daughter-
in-law, Bernard and Paula of
East Windsor, N. J.; daughters
and son-in-law, Toby and Saul
Fleishman of Oak Park,
Dorothy Cintrone of Brooklyn,
N. Y.; grandchildren, Michael,
Christopher, Jeffrey, Doreen;
great-grandchildren, Leslie,
Andrea.
Contributions may be direct-
ed to Yeshivah Beth Yehudah,
15751 Lincoln, Southfield, MI
48075; or to a charity of one's
choice. Interment at Work-
men's Circle Cemetery (IDL)
section in Mt. Clemens.
Arrangements by Hebrew
Memorial Chapel.

FRANCES BROWN, 90, of
Southfield, died Jan. 26. Mrs.
Brown was the beloved wife of
the late George M. She is sur-
vived by her son Sheldon of
Berkley; sister-in-law, Pearl
Schwartz; grandchildren, Lau-
rie and Michael Gonte, Pamela
and Andrew Schwartz; great-
grandchildren, Robyn, Mallory,
Daniel.
Contributions may be direct-
ed to any Jewish charity. Ser-
vices and interment were held
at Machpelah Cemetery in Fer-
ndale. Arrangements by He-
brew Memorial Chapel.

CHARLOITE "CBICKIE"
BURNSTEIN, 74, of South-
field, died Jan. 28. Mrs. Burn-
stein was a member of Congre-
gation Beth Shalom. She was
the beloved wife of the late
Abraham Burnstein and the
loving mother of the late
Lawrence Burnstein. Mrs.
Burnstein is survived by her
sisters and brothers-in-law,
Beatrice and Jack Levin of
Tamarack, Fla., Mildred and
Arthur Weingarden of Windsor,
Ontario, Canada. Interment at
Machpelah Cemetery.
OBITS page 155

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CLOSE UP/32

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home in Detroit.

ENTERTAINMENT/74

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