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The Detroit Jewish News, 2004-05-07

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School for Boys • Beth Jacob School for Girls • Early Childhood Development Center
15751 W. Lincoln Drive • Southfield, MI 48076 • (248) 557-6750

"The entire world is sustained by the Torah study of young ehihire

During the coming week, the students of Yeshiva Beth Ye
will study in memory of the following departed friends.
In addition, Kaddish will be said during the daily minyan.

Becky Golub
Etta Halpert
Golda Halpert
Hudia Halpert
Leba Halpert
Moishe Halpert
Mordechai Halpert
Chaya Wachtenheim Meisels
Malye Devora Mermeistein
Shlomo Mermeistein
Aubrey L. Oppenheim
Rose Schechter
Mary Shindler
Blima Wachtenheim
Lottie Wainger
Leo York

Iyar 18 / May 9
Arthur Barach
Rabbi Moses Fischer
Nettie Green
Nathan Kravitz
Louis Leiderman
Rose Linetsky
Julius Parker
Alfred Schmidel
Morris Woll
Sarah Wuntner

Iyar 19 / May 10
Dr. Jerry H. Abramson
David I. Berris
Rose Feldstein
Shari Gilden
Charles Laskey
Louis Ozadowsky
Louis Rochman
Bertha Josephine Rosenberg
Betty Stark
Moses Weiswasser
Rose Witt

Iyar 21 / May 12
Bessie B Valensky Andrews
Abraham Averbuch
Shirley Engel
Helen Fuller
Sarah Honigman
Jenny Modlinsky
Charles Morris Niskar
Anna Rottenberg
Chana Rutzimring
Sam Seligson •

Iyar 20 / May 11
Harry Berger
Louis Buchbinder
Chaye Sora Bas Isroel

OBITS from page 111

Iyar 22 / May 13
Rose Buchbinder
Samuel Cohn
Minnie Friedman
Eugene Newman
Samuel (Sander) Stillwater
Bella Weiner Torgow

Carol Hirsch.
Contributions may be made to
Hospice of West Palm . Beach
County, 5300 E. Ave., West Palm
Beach, FL 33407 or American Red
Magan David, 23470 Riverview,
Southfield, MI 48034. Services and
interment at Hebrew Memorial Park.
Arrangements by Hebrew Memorial

Iyar 23 / May 14
Gussie Anstandig
Samuel Baschin
Rachel Bernstein
Julius Goldberg
Sam Howffenblum
Helen Cohen Kabak
Norma Lucille Leader
Rose Leiderman
Laura Wetstein

Iyar 24 / May 15
Dora Fine
Abram Jakubowitz
Anna Lubkin
Leslie Politzer
Pearl Silverman
Josef Weiner
Abraham Zwerling


The Family of the Late


Announces the unveiling of a monument in her memory
at 1:30 p.m. on Sunday, May 16, 2004,
at Machpelah cemetery.
Rabbi Berkun is officiating.




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Connecting People & Services

91, of Miami, Fla., died April 26,
She is survived by her son and
daughter-in-law, Dr. Jerome and
Monica Kwartowitz of Bloomfield
Hills; daughter and sons-in-law,
Helen and Jerry Weinstein of
Aventura, Fla., Donald Cole; broth-
er, Harry Kaplan of Oak Park; sis-
ters-in-law, Ruth Kaplan of
Farmington Hills, Helga Kay of
Farmington Hills; grandchildren,
Jeffrey and Andrea Weinstein,
Daniel and Amy Weinstein, Renee
and Tom Hussey, Nancy Franklin,
Tracey and Steve Silbershine, Scott
and Anot Cole, Dr. Gary and Jessica
Kwartowitz, Greg and Lynn
Kwartowitz, Dr. Mark and Estelle
Kwartowitz; great-grandchildren,
Adam Weinstein, Aaron Weinstein,
Leah Weinstein, Mindy Weinstein,
Jordon Hussey, Haley Franklin,
Zachery Franklin, Stacey Silbershine,
Joseph Silbershine, Max Silbershine,
David Cole, Ariel Cole, Lauren
Cole, Max Kwartowitz, Ivy
Kwartowitz, Ethan Kwartowitz,
Eleanor Kwartowitz. She was the
beloved wife of the late Max
Kwartowitz; loving mother of the
late Bernice Cole; dear sister of the
late Joseph Kaplan, the late Albert
Kaplan, the late Hyman Kaplan, the
late Doris Krekun.
Contributions may be made to a
charity of one's choice. Services and
interment at Beth Yehudah
Cemetery. Arrangements by Hebrew
Memorial Chapel.

(248) 559-3300 .50

Southfield, died May 2, 2004. He
was a jeweler. Before his
retirement, he owned
three stores: Elson
Jewelers in Ferndale,
Heirlooms Limited and
then the Gold Place, a
gift shop in Southfield.
Mr. Lattin was born
in Cleveland but grew
up in Detroit. He grad-
uated from Wayne State University
and served as a lieutenant in the

U.S. Navy. In later years, he was the
president of the Detroit Boat Club.
He was also a JARC volunteer and
an active resident of the Fountains at
Mr. Lattin is survived by his wife
of 27 years, Helen; daughter and
son-in-law, Ellen and Richard
Perman of Naples, Fla.; son and
daughter-in-law Dr. Paul and Cheryl
Lattin of West Bloomfield; stepchil-
dren, Karen and Howard Gutman of
Farmington Hills, Cheryl and Stan
Chodun of Huntington Woods,
Myra and Murray Helfer of Tinley
Park, Ill., Joanna Rebelgale and hus-
band Peter Bailey of Santa Rosa,
Calif.; grandchildren, Brian Lattin
and fiance Stacy Sandler, Dr. Joel
Lattin, Eric and Holly Gutman,
Robbie and Brian Gutman, Pamela
and Scott Chodun, Jessica and Brent
Griffith of St. Paul, Minn., Josh and
Danielle Gross of Minneapolis,
Minn., Sarah Gross of Chicgao,
Sterling Bailey; great- grandchildren,
Hannah and Connor Wichersham.
He was also married for many years
to the late Hilda Jacobs.
Contributions may be made to a
charity of one's choice.
Arrangements by Dorfman Chapel.

SIDNEY LOCKER, 76, of Staten

Island, Willowbrook, N.Y., died
April 26, 2004. He was a World War
II Navy veteran and a retired Port
Richmond High School guidance
Following the war, Mr. Locker
received his bachelor's degree in his-
tory and his mater's degree in educa-
tion from Brooklyn College. He
continued his education at the for-
mer Staten Island Community
College, receiving credentials in
For 20 years, he worked as a
teacher at Abraham Lincoln High
School and as a dean of boys at
Grady High School in Brooklyn. He
then went to work as a counselor at
Port Richmond High.
Mr. Locker was a member of the
Association of Teachers of Social
Studies, the New York City
Guidance Counselors Association,
the New-York State United Teachers,
the American Federation of Teachers
and the United Federation of
Teachers, honored by the latter
group as an outstanding teacher.
He was a member of Congregation
Temple Emanu-El Port Richmond.
Mr. Locker is survived by his wife
of 48 years, Mildred (Ritter) Locker;
son, Paul; daughters, Felice Fenwick-

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