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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-05-01

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Friday, May 1, 1970-47

TI..: DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Cantor Katzman, Harry Kashtan;
Formerly With
Was on Sinai Staff
Dr. Harry A. Kashtan, a prac-
Cong. Bnai Moshe ticing
physician who was on the

Cantor David Katzman, cantor
at Cong. Bnai Moshe for a number
of years, died Tuesday in Jeru-
salem, where he had resided the
past five months. He was in his 805.
Cantor Katzman had been in re-
tirement in California for the past
10 years since he left Bnai Moshe.
After emigrating from Europe,
where he had made a name as a

staffs of Harper and Sinai hospi-
tals, died last Friday at age 51.
His offices were at 15201 W.
McNichols.
Dr. Kashtan, 18430 Santa Bar-
bara, was a native Detroiter and
a veteran of World War II. He was
graduated in 1950 from Wayne
State University's medical school.
A member of the Michigan and
Wayne County medical societies
and the American College of Phy-
sicians, Dr. Kashton also belonged
to Phi Lambda Kappa and Alpha
Omega Alpha medical fraternities.
He was a member of Cong. Adas
Shalom.
Surviving are his wife, Doris;
three sons, Jack, Clifford and Mar-
shall; his mother, Mrs. Sadie Kash-
tan; and a sister, Mrs. Martin
(Bernice) Marx.

Bernard Gourwitz,
Businessman, 50

CANTOR DAVID KATZAAN

hazan, the Russia-born Cantor
Katzman served in Montreal syna-
gogues for more than 10 years. He
then worked in New York, before
coming to Detroit.
While in Detroit, Cantor Katz-
man was particularly active in
philanthropies connected with
II e b r e w education, including
Yeshivath Beth Yehuda.
Surviving are four sons, Dr.
James and Cantor Nathan, both of
California, Fred of Chicago and
Aaron of Detroit; a daughter, Mrs.
Sarah Weiner; two brothers, Harry
Katz of Erie, Pa., and Gershon of
Montreal; and a sister, Mrs. Git-
tel Littanesky, also of Montreal.

The Family of the Late

LIBBY
WOLFSON

Acknowledges with grate-
ful appreciation the many
kind expressions of sym-
pathy extended by rela-
tives and friends during
the family's recent be-
reavement.

The Family of the Late

HELEN
MITCHELL

Acknowledges with grate-
ful appreciation the many
kind expressions of sym-
pathy extended by rela-
tives and friends during
the family's recent be-
reavement.

I

Bernard A. Gourwitz, founder
and president of American Busi-
ness Control, an inventory service,
and of the Hi-Lo Discount Stores,
with three branches, died Monday
at age 50.
Mr. Gourwitz, 17457 Westhamp-
ton, Southfield, was a member of
Cong. Adas Shalom. Rafelson Post
of Jewish War Veterans, Crisis
Club Southfield Kiwanis Club and
United Hebrew Schools.
Survivors are his wife, Janet:
three sons, Leslie, Howard and
David: and a sister, Mrs. Irving
(Shirley) Levitt.

OBITUARIES

DORA GOLDMAN, 15201 N rth-
DAVID ADELMAN, 25545
Briar. He leaves his wife, Sylvia; gate, Oak Park, died April 25. Sur-
two sons, Marc and Eric; and two vived by four daughters, Mrs. Ed-
ward (Laura) Skully, Mrs. Walter
sisters.


*
(Sylvia) Frankel, Mrs. Sam (Mil-
LOIS ANN BURSTEIN, former dred) Yura, and Mrs. Robert
Detroiter, of Los Angeles, died (Rema) Burk and 10 grandchil-
March 29. Survived by aunts and dren.
• • •
uncles.
• • •
MAX GOTTLIEB, 24405 Connec-
ticut,
Southfield,
died April 27.
MORRIS CHADWICK, 13341
Kenwood, Oak Park, died April Survived by his wife, Rose; two
sons,
Bernard
and
Eugene; two
23. He leaves his wife, Ida, two
sons, Lawrence and Irving; one daughters, Mrs. Morris (Ethel)
Weiss and Mrs. Ralph (Dorothy)
sister and seven grandchildren.
*


Ferrette; 10 grandchildren and
MATILDA GRACE CHATLIN, five great-grandchildren.
25624 Lincoln Terr. Oak Park, died
April 29. Survived by two sons, Da-
JACOB GUTTERMAN,. 19100 W.
vid and Sheldon; a daughter, Mrs. Seven Mile, died April 23. He
Mitchell (Lila) Droz of Phoenix, leaves three sons, Sam of Las
and six grandchildren.
Vegas, Dr. David of Flint and Dr.
Meyer; seven grandchildren and
REUBEN DACH, 26101 Wood- five great-grandchildren.

*
lore, Franklin, died April 25. Sur-
vived by a son, Dr. Eugene of Oak
SARAH HOROWITZ, 20414
Forest, Ill.; a daughter, Mrs. Miles Schaefer, died April 26. She leaves
(Evelyn) Zeman; a stepson, Dr. a son, Dr. Hershel of San Fran-
Arnold Winshall; a stepdaughter, cisco; a daughter, Mrs. Carl
Mrs. Daniel (Hilda) Cooper; one (Laura) Bliss, four sisters, two
sister and nine grandchildren.
grandchildren and one great grand-
• * •
child.


DAVID DIAMOND, 20535 Pre-
vost, died April 26. Survived by
GARY I. KRASTOF, 21650
his wife, Geraldine; two daugh- Westhampton, Oak Park, died April
ters, Mrs. Diane Mostyn and Mrs. 25. He leaves his mother, Mrs.
Barry (Marilyn) Goodman; his Anne Krastof; two brothers. Mark
mother, Mrs. Rebecca Diamond; and Norman; and a sister, Debra.
two brothers, one sister and five
grandchildren.
JOSEPH MIRSKY, 428 Tecum-
seh East, Windsor, died April 24.
REBECCA EPSTEIN, 25535 Survived by a son, Morris of Bo :
Briar. Oak Park. died April 24. chester, N. Y.; two daughters.
She leaves a son, Isadore; a daugh- Mrs. Abraham (Bernice) Zellis of
ter. Mrs. Sylvia Burg; two sisters, Broomall, Pa., and Mrs. Philip
six grandchildren and two great- (Jean) Bakst of Detroit; and eight
grandchildren.
grandchildren. Interment Windsor.







In Memoriam

DOUGLAS EARL FRIEDMAN,
512 Cherry, Royal Oak, died April
25. Survived by his parents, Mr.
In loving memory of our be- and Mrs. Arthur Friedman; a
loved father Jack Racey who pass- brother, Mark of San Francisco; a
ed away one year ago. Sadly miss- sister, Mrs. Carole Cohen and his
ed by his wife, Jennie, and twin grandfather, Hyman Friedman.
sons, Stanley and Lincoln.
* S •
In loving memory of Becky Cap-
Ian, beloved mother and grand-
mother, who left us May 5, 1949--;
"We wonder if you know how much
Dr. Simon H. Sauter, a Detroit
we miss you?" Your heart-broken
son and daughter, Dr. B. B. Cap- physician for more than 50 years,
lan and Mrs. Ann Feldman and died Monday at age 84.
Dr. Sauter, 17160 Melrose, South-
their families.
field, was born in Russia and serv-
ed in the medical corps in World
War I. He was a graduate of Ford-
In Loving Memory of Our
ham University's school of medi-
Beloved Sister
cine in 1914. Dr. Sauter was a
member of the Wayne County
JEANETTE LEWIS
Medical Society, and Maimonides
Medical Society and was on the
KIRSNIANSKI
staff of North Detroit General
Who will be in our hearts
Hospital.
forever, who passed away
He leaves his wife, Beulah; two
April 29, 1968.
daughters, Mrs. Gerald (Edith)
Sisters Rose and
Krause and Mrs. William (Shir-
Norma and brother
ley) Yolles; three sisters and five
Morris Ben Lewis.
grandchildren.

Dr. Simon Sauter
Physician 50 Years

dened by the loss of our

beloved friend

The Family of the Late

JULIUS

HERMAN P.
MOSS

DROZ

Acknowledges with grate-
ful appreciation the many

Paul and Evelyn

kind expressions of sym-
pathy extended by rela-
tives and friends during

Siegal and Marcia,

the family's recent be-
reavement.

Kenny and Tina

Julius Droz, president and co-
founder of King Tobacco and Gro-
cery Co., 1100 Biddle, Wyandotte,
died last Friday at age 53. Mr.
Droz helped found the concern 22
years ago.
Born in Philadelphia, Mr. Droz
was a member of Temple Emanu-
El, Ivan S. Bloch Lodge of Bnai
Brith and National Association of
Tobacco Distributors and an execu-
tive board member of Detroit
Association of Tobacco, Candy and
Grocery Distributors.
Mr. Droz, 23260 Harding, Oak
Park, leaves his wife; Dorothy;
three sons, Gary, Alan and Ken-
neth; and a brother, Henry.





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WE REMEMBER
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During the coming
week Yeshiva Beth

Yehuda will observe
the Yahrzeit of the
following departed
friends, with the
traditional Memorial
Prayers, recitation of
Kaddish and study-
ing of Mishnayes.

...brew Civil
NISSAN MAY

SADIE SEPPEN, former De-
troiter of Los Angeles, died April
29. Survived by her husband,
Samuel; two daughters, Mrs. Ben
(Dorothy) Sax and Mrs. Albert B.
(Della) Shulman of Detroit; six
grandchildren and five great-
grandchildren. Interment Los
Angeles.

Samuel H. Singer
27
Rose Komisar
27
Chaya S. illotnick 27
Fayga Berger
27
Dora Lipman
28
Harry Cohen
28
Abraham Rubin
28
Gertrude Schechter 28
Jacob Buehler
28
Eliyahu Greenbaum 28
Irene Wohl
28
Morris Freedman 29
George Sofferin
29
Hyman Feldman
29
Joseph Schmitz
29
Abraham Laven
29
Kurt Ehrlich
29
Albert Gerson
30
Max Gellman
30
Anna Friedman
30
Bella Henigman
30
H. Rothenberg
30
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Jeann'e Kirsnianski 1
Paul Shulman
1
Rose Nathanson
1
Louis Cohen
1
Dr. Josef Weber
1
Herbert Kohn
2
Rose Lerman
, 2
Celia Brady
3
Samuel Fine
3
David Levine
3
Abraham Guttenberg 3
Bella Stein
3
Sam Leiderman
3
Chaim Kransberg
3

Mr. Bowers
543-4066

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Adolph Levinson
27
Sadie Spiegelman 27
Phillip Silbert
27

Morde'i Kirsnianski 1

MONUMENT CLEANING
Call

Ira Kaufman Chapel, Inc.

DIRECTORS OF FUNERALS

MAMIE STONE, 19100 W. Seven
Mile, died April 28. She leaves
two sons, Jack and Philip; a
daughter, Mrs. Sidney (Bette)
Feldsteen; one sister, nine grand-
children and one great-grandchild.



ALBERT WEISS, 19510 Robson,
died April 26. He leaves his wife,
Ruth; three daughters, Janice,
Renee and Julie; his mother, Mrs.
Josephine Weiss, and one brother.
• • •
ISADORE WOLF, former. De-
troiter of Palo Alto, died April 24.
He leaves a nephew, Dr. Paul
Wolf of Stanford, Calif. Interment
Detroit.
• • •
JACOB L. ZUCKER, 7479 W.
Outer Dr., died April 25. He
leaves his wife, Bertha; a son,
Clarence; a daughter, Mrs. Mor-
ton (Edna) Freier; one brother,
two sisters and three grandchildren.

ALFRED ORBACH of London
died April 27. Survived by his
wife, Margaret; a son, Henry of
Detroit; and two grandchildren. In-
terment in London.

ESTHER F. PORTNOFF, 5271
Florida, died April 23. Survived by
a sister, Mrs. Harold (Diana) Rai-
kow.



LOUIS ROSEN, 29749 Bedford
N., Southfield, died April 25. He
leaves two sons, Ted and William;
two brothers, one sister, five
grandchildren and four great-
grandchildren.

Julius Droi, Co-Founder
of King Tobacco Co.

Our hearts are sad-

SARAH SITRIN, 25623 Lincoln
Terr., Oak Park, died April 26.
Survived by two sons, Leon and
Gabriel; and two grandchildren.



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