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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-10-09

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, October 9, 1970-47

OBITUARIES

Serviceman Killed in Viet Air Action

Harold Steven Krupkin, 18-year- Vietnam Sept. 27,
old son of former Detroiters Mr.
Army Spec. Krupkin, who lived
and Mrs. Irving Krupkin of Los in the Detroit area all his life and
Angeles, was killed in action in attended Oak Park High School,
was a rear window gunner on a
helicopter that was shot down 10
Sadie Hertz Miller,
miles from the demilitarized zone.
JNF Worker, Donor
Eight helicopters were shot down
in that action.
to WSU, . Hebrew U.
Spec. Krupkin, who enlisted at
Sadie Hertz Miller, an active
age 17, had been in Vietnam three
worker for the Jewish National weeks. Following his four-year
Fund and other major causes, died
service, he planned to continue as
Monday in Sinai Hospital.
a commercial aircraft mechanic.
Surviving
Surviving besides his parents
two sons, Drs.
are a brother Michael of Ypsilanti;
Philip and Sidney
a sister, Karen; and his grand-
Hertz; a daugh-
mother, Mrs. Ben Krupkin of De-
ter, Mrs. Jerome
troit.
(R e v a) Krause;
two brothers, Sol'
Gilbert Seldes, Critic
Lifsitz and Sam
uel Linden; three
of the Popular Arts
sisters, Mrs.
NEW YORK — Gilbert Seldes,
Meyer (Emma)
author and critic of the popular
Brude r, Mrs. Mrs. Miller
arts
in America, died Sept. 29 at
Sol (Dorothy) Disner and Mrs.
Louis (Gertrude) Rosenzweig; 11 age 77.
Mr.
Seldes' best-known works
grandchildren and one great-grand-
child. She was the sister of the were "The Seven Lively Arts,"
late Mrs. Israel (Ida) Senriler of "The Great Audience" and "The
Public Arts."
He served as a music critic and
Born in Russia, Mrs. Hertz was
a Detroit resident for 55 years. In Washington correspondent for. sev-
addition to JNF she was actively eral newspapers, was associate
associated with Cong. Shaarey editor of Colliers and managing
Zedek, Hadassah and Pioneer editor of The Dial. From 1950 to
1963, he was professor and dean
Women.
Her residence was at 25065 Biar- of the. Annenberg School of Com-
munications of the University of
ritz, Oak Park.
In 1954, Mrs. Miller established Pennsylvania.
In "The Seven Lively Arts," Sel-
a music scholarship at Wayne
des asserted that Al Jolson was
State University.
more
interesting to the intelligent
Two months ago, together with
her sons, she created a long-term mind than was John Barrymore,
scholarship at the Hebrew Univer- and Fannie Brice more interesting
than Ethel Barrymore, that the
sity.
circus often is more artistic than
the Metropolitan Opera and one
film made by Mack Sennet is worth
the entire output of Cecil B. De-
In Loving Memory of
Mille.
Our Beloved Son
Mr. Seldes adapted "Lysistrata"
in 1930, and it was produced on
MICHAEL
Broadway. In addition, he edited
LEVITSKY
"This Is America," the first docu-
mentary motion picture made up
Who passed away Oct. 9,
of cuttings from old newsreels
1967. Sadly missed and
and
served as host and commenta-
always remembered by his
tor on several radio programs,
parents, relatives and
among
them, the original "Maga-
friends.
zine of the Air" and "The Lively
Arts."

Harry Stamler, 72

In Loving Memory of
Beloved Husband, Father
and Grandfather

DAVID
COOPERMAN

Who passed away Oct. 3,
1967 (12th of Tisbre.)
Sadly missed and always
remembered by his wife
Sylvia; daughters Carole
Jonas and Frances Stew-
art; and grandchildren.

Harry S. Stamler, a member of
Temple Beth El, Standard City
Club and Zieger Lodge of Bnai
Brith, died last Saturday at age
72.
Mr. Stamler, 9000 E. Jefferion,
was a retired real estate investor.
He was born in Austria and lived
in Detroit 55 years.
He leaves his wife, Rae; a son,
John; a daughter, Susan in Cali-
fornia; a sister, Mrs. Myron (Mil-
dred) Steinberg; and four grand-
children.

In Memory of My Dear Husband

LOUIS I. SHAER

Who passed away
Oct. 13, 1964
October comes with • sad
regrets,
It brings a day I will
never forget.
Tears of sadness still come

over me,

Tears in silence often
follow.
Memories keep you ever

112e.

Sadley missed and loving-
ly remembered by wife
Sylvia and family.

Ira Kaufman

DIRECTORS_ OF FUNERALS

LEONARD B. BERNSTEIN,
21610 Whitmore, Oak Park, died
Oct. 1. He leaves his wife, Minna;
a son, Barry; and a daughter,
Doreen.
o • •
LOUIS COHEN, 1445 W. Nine
Mile, Ferndale, died Sept. 30. He
leaves his wife, Ann; three sons,
Harvey, Paul of Pomona, Calif.,
and Melvin; and two daughters,
Mrs. Arthur (Sandra) Schwartz
and Mrs. Norman (Iris) Rubin.
• • •
EDNA GELBMAN, 20034 Mur-
ray Hill, died Sept. 29. Survived
by a son, Sol M.; and two grand-
children.
• • •
NATHAN GOLIN, 24061 Majestic,
Oak Park, died Oct. 5. Survived by

Joel Carris, Head
of Furniture Firm

Joel E. Carris, founder and co-
owner for 35 years of Carris Car-
son Furniture Co., 15041 Grand
River, died last Friday at age 72.

Mr. Carris was a member of
Temple Beth El for more than 30
years and was a charter member
of the Furniture Club of Detroit.
Mr. Carris was a graduate of
Northwestern University. He was
a 32nd degree Mason in California.
A 38-year resident of the Detroit
area, Mr. Carris lived at 32040
Tareyton, Farmington.

Surviving are his wife, Pearl; a
son, Harry J.; a sister, Mrs. Flor-
ence Landes of California; and one
grandchild. Interment Chicago.

Max Coffin, Leader
of Furniture Club

Max Calfin, president of the
Furniture Club of Detroit, died
Oct 2 at age 54.

Mr. Calfin, president of the
Michigan Furniture Co., 6405 Mich-
igan, since 1960, was a member_of
Cong. Beth Achim and Bnai Brith.
He was a native of Detroit and
resided at 14670 LaBelle, Oak Park.
Surviving are his wife, Jeanette;
two sons, Norman and Carl; two
daughters, Debra and Mrs. Jerome
(Anita) Feldstein; a brother, Louis;
three sisters, Mrs. Harry (Jean)
Moore, Mrs. Raymond (Loretta)
Davis and Mrs. Abe (Betty) Let-
vin; and three grandchildren.

The Family

of The Late

BEVERLY GILBERT

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

his wife, Sophie; a son, Sanford of
Pittsburgh; a daughter, Mrs. Eu-
gene (Evelyn) Baron; two broth-
ers, two sisters and seven grand-
children.
• • •
JOSEPH HILF, 21834 Coolidge,
Oak Park, died Oct. 2. Survived by
his wife, Esther; two sons, Mar-
vin and Henry Allen; and two
grandchildren.
• • •
DR. BRUNO R. JEREMIAS,
25216 Rue Versailles W., Oak Park,
died Oct. 7. He leaves his wife,
Celia.
• • •
MAX ISRAEL KARASIK, for-
mer Detroiter of Miami Beach,
died Oct. 4 Survived by a son,
Norman Karr of Detroit; two sis-
ters, Mrs. Minnie Dworkin and
Mrs. Anna Gibbs, both of New
York; three grandchildren and
three great-grandchildren.
• • •
SARAH KNIGHT, 5423 Mayfair,
Dearborn Heights, died Oct. 6. Sur-
vived by her husband, James; two
brothers, Gerald Schley of Skokie
and Jack B. Simons; and three
sisters, Mrs. Charles (Ruth) Davi-
dow, Mrs. Wayne (Ann) Opificius
and Mrs. Irving (Pauline) Silver.
• • •
ISAAC KUSHNER, 921 Maren-
tette, Windsor, died Oct. 4. Sur-
vived by his wife, Bessie; three
sons, Sidney and Sol, both of De-
troit and Irwin; two daughters,
Mrs. Martin (Betty) Mitchell and
Mrs. Bernard (Lily) Kramer, both
of Detroit; one brother and 10
grandchildren.
s • •
SARAH LEVINE, 13741 Allan,
Oak Park, died Oct. 6. Survived
by a son, David; a daughter,
Mrs. Gerald (Jean) Bruson of Pea-
body, Mass.; one sister and five
grandchildreL
• • •
CLAIRE LISKER, former De-
troiter of North Miami Beach,
died Sept. 24. Survived by her hus-
band, Leo; a son, Joel of Detroit;
a daughter, Ilene; and one brother.
Interment North Miami Beach.
• • •
KARL LOWY, 19316 Robson,
died Oct. 6. Survived by his wife,
Martha; a son, Paul; a daughter,
Mrs. Robert (Ilse) Nusbaum; one
sister and three grandchildren.
• • •
-EVA LURIA, 10703 Santa Maria,
died Oct. 5. She leaves two sons,
Dr. Harold and Dr. Milton of Roch-
ester, N.Y.; a daughter, Mrs.
Harry (Helen) Husid; and five
grandchildren.
• • •
DAVID J. SALZMAN of Cleve-
land died Sept. 25. Survived by his

wife, Tillie; two daughters, Mrs.
Herbert (Marilyn) Feldman and
Mrs. William (Barbara) Levitt of
Detroit; one brother, two sisters
and four grandchildren: Interment
Cleveland Heights.
• • •
MORRIS SAMLER, 16938 Santa
Rosa, died Oct. 7. He leaves two
sisters, Leah and Mrs. Rebecca
Schapiro of Baltimore.
• • •
,
JEROME F. S I M O N. 15312
Northgate, Oak Park, died Oct. 6.
Survived by his wife, Phyllis; two
daughters, Mrs. Morton (Ruthlee)
Cash and Mrs. Max (Judith)
Robins; and five grandchildren.
• • •
MARY SNYDER, died Sept 30.
She leaves three daughters, Mrs.
Irving A. (Sarah) Levy, Mrs. Harry
E. (Dora) Feinstein and Mrs. Al-
fred (Bertha) Wahl of North Holly-
wood, Calif.; four grandchildren
and four great-grandchildren.
• • •
ROSE SPEYER, 12751 Burton,
Oak Park, died Oct. 2. She leaves
her husband, Harry; and two
sisters. Interment Windsor.
• •
REBECCA WISE, 17020• Pennsyl-
vania, Southfield, died Oct. 4. She
leaves two daughters, Mrs. Harry .
(Sara R.) Simon and Mrs. Irving
(Ann) Goldstein; a daughter-in-law,
Mrs. Mildred Wise; one brother,
one sister, nine grandchildren and
four great-grandchildren.

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The Family

of the Late

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

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Dudes Me esenina
wash Yeshiva Beds

Yebude will observe
the Yehrzeit of the
following deported
fri•nds. with the
traditional hilenterlei
Prayers, recitation of
Kaddish and study-
ing of Mishaeyes.

Hebrew Chill
TISHRI OCT.
Solomon Nucian
11
11
Ruth A. Shapiro
11
11
Abraham Aronow 11
11
Samuel Sheider
11
David H. Cooperman 12
12
Aron Lebovics
12
12
12
12
Mafia Moss
Lena Sitrin
12
12
13
Abner Wolf
13
A. Marvin
Westermn
a
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13
Sylvia Ung er
13
13
Nochum Cohen
13
13
- Cella Eisen
13
13
Gedalla Oufsteln
13
13
Velma Lang
13
13
Illuma Levenson
13
13
Tosh Dora
14
14
Ida Kasoff
14
14
kianuel L.
Rosenthal
14
14
Louis Ratline
14
14
Jennie Wasserman 14
14
Morris Kowal
15
15
Samuel Rapp
15
15
Abraham
Applebaum
15
15
Julius Lefton
15
15
Esther R. Smith
16
16
Morris Goldberg
16
16
Dora Rosen
16
15
Max Zelickson
16
16
David M. Edelman 16
16
Laela M. Saulson
16
16
Sans Fink
16
16
Morris Silverstein
16
16
William Solomon
17
17
Minnie Kideckel
17
17
Lilly Z. Stein
17
17
Eeta R. Sas
Abrohorn
17
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