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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-12-19

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THE PET,R9AT: IEWIS,H NEWS .

Rabbi Edward. Sandrow Dies

NEW YORK - Rabbi Ed-
ward Sandrow, a distin-
guished leader in Conserva-
tive Judaism, died Tuesday.
He was 68.
Noted scholar, a leader in
many important move-
ments, Rabbi Sandrow re-
tired from his pulpit at
Cong. Beth El in Long Is-
land in 1971 to become a
special consultant to the
chancellor of the Jewish

of Rabbis and the Rabbini-
cal Assembly of America,
vice president of the Jewish
Chaplains Association and
chairman of the chaplaincy
commission of the Jewish
Welfare Board.
Rabbi Sandrow was a
frequent contributor to An-
glo-Jewish periodicals.
Well known in Detroit,
having spoken at numerous
Conservative Jewish gather-
ings, Rabbi Sandrow's last
appearance here was as
guest speaker at the testi-
monial dinner in honor of
Rabbi Jacob Segal of Adat
Shalom Synagogue who
died recently. -

Gilbert Savransky,
Ohio ZOA Official

RABBI SANDROW

Seminary and a
• Theological
.
visiting professor of pas-
toral psychiatry there.
For a number of years an
active member of the board
of the Jewish Telegraphic
Agency, Rabbi Sandrow as-
sisted in a number of pro-
jects to elevate Jewish jour-
nalistic and historical
research standards.
He was a teaching fel-
low at New York Univer-
sity from 1948 to 1952.
From 1954 to 1956 he was
visiting professor of homi-
lectics at the Jewish Theo-
logical Seminary of Amer-
ica, and a fellow at the
Lehman Institute of Ethics
from 1962 to 1963.
Rabbi Sandrow was presi-
dent of the New York Board

Children Jack Geliebter,
Belle Bassin and Ida
Schwartz and the Family

of the Late

NORMA
GELIEBTER

Acknowledge with
grateful appreciation
the many kind expres-
sions of sympathy ex-
tended by relatives
and friends during the
family's recent be-
reavement.

The Family
of the Late

PEARL (Kaner)
WEINSTEIN

Acknowledges with
grateful appreciation
the many kind expres-
sions of sympathy ex-
tended by relatives
nd friends during the
Emily's recent be-
reavement.

If

-

The Family
of the Late

LILLIAN S.
WEISS

Acknowledges with
grateful appreciation
the many kind expres-
sions of sympathy ex-
tended by relatives
and friends during the
family's recent be-
reavement.

CLEVELAND (JTA) -
Gilbert Savransky, an hon-
orary vice president of the
Zionist Organization of
America and local Jewish
leader, died. Dec. 12 at age
51.
Mr. Savransky, a Cleve-
land attorney, his wife and
another couple were about
to enter a downtown Cleve-
land housing complex
known as Park Center about
11 p.m. last Friday when
three youths pulled up in a
car.
One youth attempted to
grab a purse from one of the
two women, and a second
youth, without any provoca-
tion, shot Mr. Savransky in
the abdomen. He was pro-
nounced dead on arrival at a
hospital. Police are holding
three 16-year-old suspects.
Mr. Savransky, who lived
in suburban Tepper Pike,
was scheduled to be re-
elected a trustee of the Jew-
ish .Community Federation
of Cleveland. He was a
member of ZOA's National
Executive Committee and a
former ZOA president in
Cleveland and a member of
Bnai Brith.

Julia A. Dushkin

NEW YORK - Julia
Aronson Dushkin, long
prominent in Jewish philan-
thropic affairs here and in
Israel, died Dec. 10 in Israel
at age 80.
Before moving to Israel 20
years ago with her husband.
Dr. Alexander M. Dushkin,
former professor at Hebrew
University and former exec-
utive vice president of the
Jewish Education Commit-
tee here, Mrs. Dushkin was
active in Hadassah.

December 19, 1975 551

OBITUARIES

JEROME L. BRASCH,
20803 Knob Woods Dr.,
Southfield, died Dec. 16. He
leaves his wife, Doris; two
sons, Ronald and Ben Tse-
yon of Far Rockaway, N.Y.;
a daughter, Mrs. Bernard
(Nancy) Kraus; a brother,
Robert; two sisters, Mrs.
Helen Papineau and Mrs.
Lillian Kenedy; and two
granddaughters.
* * *
LYNDA
ELAINE
DAVIS, former Detroiter
of Columbus, Ohio, died
Dec. 14. She leaves her hus-
band, Samuel M.; a son, Ste-
phen; two daughters, Alycia
and Kimberley; her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard
(Betty) Racklin; and a sis-
ter, Mrs. Gary' (Sue Anne)
Abramovitz.
* * *
ALEX DORCHEN,
25639 Greenfield, South-
field, died Dec. 15. Survived
by his wife, Bessie; two
sons, Ira of Miami, Fla., and
Sam; a sister, Mrs. Ida
Woodrow; and six grand-
children.

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*

ALEXANDER (AL) EI-
CHNER died Dec. 12. He
leaVes his wife, Jeanette;
two sons, Stephen Sernaria
of Louisville, Ky.; and Rich-
ard (Eichner); three sisters,
Mrs. Lillian Brilliant of Los
Angeles, Calif., Mrs. Philip
(Gertrude) Maskin and Mrs.
Edward (Evelyn) Konleri-
ter; and one granddaughter.
* * *
ROBERT GASSEL,
16300 W. Nine Mile, South-
field, died Dec. 16. He leaves
two brothers, Louis of
Grayling and Judge Sidney
of Atlanta (114ich„); two sis-
ters, Lillian and Mrs. Wil-
liam (Eleanor) Gard.
* * *
TILLIE GLADSTONE,
19000 Fenton, died Dec. 13.
Survived by a son, Irving;
four daughters, Mrs. Ger-

Israel Baroway,
Queens U. Prof

NEW YORK - Dr. Israel
Baroway, professor emeri-
tus of English at Queens
College, died Dec. 14 at age
76.
Dr. Baroway, a specialist
in English Renaissance lit-
erature and the Bible as lit-
erature, contributed articles
to literary magazines and
the Journal of English and
Germanic Philology.

In Loving Memory Dear Wife

CHARLOTTE PAPO

Wonderful wife and mother who passed
away Dec. 20, 1974. You left a beautiful and
cherished memory:I only wish all of us turn
out to be half the person you were. We miss
you dearly. Your loving husband, Morris;
daughters, Rita and Gloria; grandchildren
and the family.

trude Eastman, Mrs. Har-
old (Hilda) Jacobs, Mrs. Jo-
seph (Yetta) Saraquse and
Mrs. Joseph (Sandra) Tra-
cer; a sister, Mrs. Fannie
Stein of Miami 'Fla.; 18
grandchildren and seven
great-grandchildren.
* * *
NICHOLAS GREEN-
STEIN, 3775 Orchard Lake
Rd., West Bloomfield, died
Dec. 14. Survived by his
wife, Rose; a son, Lawrence;
a daughter, Mrs. Ira
(Sandra) Povill of Stamford,
Conn.; a brother, Frank;
and two sisters, Mrs. Philip
(Anna)- Rembesa and Mrs.
Jesse (Lillian) Stearn; and
one granddaughter.
* * *
HERBERT GUMEN-
ICK, 26051 Marlow P1., Oak
Park, died Dec. 16. He
leaves his wife, Rosalind;
two sons, Bruce and David;
his mother, Mrs. Jacob
(Celia) Gumenick; and a
brother, David.
* * *
ABRAHAM HAMMER,
14051 Balfour, Oak Park,
died Dec. 16. Survived by his
wife, Esther; a brother,
Sam; four sisters, Mrs. Irv 7
ing (Dora) Adler, Mrs. Max
(Lillian) Meizlish, Mrs. Dan-
iel (Marion) Birnbaum and
Mrs. Toby Kutnick.
-* * *
ANNA KELLER, 8232
Hendrie Blvd., Huntington
Woods, died Dec. 17. She
leaves a son, Harold; a
daughter, Mrs. Robert
(Harriett) Wohlman; a sis-
ter, Mrs. Max (Helen)
Kirschbaum; and seven
grandchildren. Services 1
p.m. today at Ira Kaufman
Chapel.
* * *
CYNDEE KLEIN died
Nov. 23. She leaves her par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
(Audrey) Klein; a brother,
Lawrence R. of Brighton,
Mass.; and three sisters
Susan, Ilene and Nanci.
* * *
DOROTHY LIP-,
SHIELD, former Detroiter,
of Miami Beach, Fla., died
Dec. 12. She leaves a son,
-Donald Lane; a daughter,
Mrs. Ricky (Mildred) Mor-
eno of Las Vegas, Nev.; a
sister, Mrs. • Isadore
(Miriam) Nagelberg of Los
Angeles, Calif.; five grand-
children and five great-
grandchildren.
* *
MAX J. LYNDER died
Dec. 13. He leaves two
daughters, Mrs. Max
(Helen) Litman of Bay City-
and Mrs. Israel Jack (Rose)
Aaron; four grandchildren
and six great-grandchil-
dren.
* * *
BARRY MARKOWITZ,
25034 Roycourt, Huntington
Woods, died Dec. 7. Survived
by his mother Mrs. Janet
Bichkoff; his father

Melvin
Markowitz;
a Greenfield, Oak Park, died
brother, Victor; and his Dec. 13. Survived by two
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. brothers, Isadore Kremer of
Sol Z. (Dorothy) Wolack and Brooklyn and Benjamin
Mrs. Mollie Silverman.
Kremer; three sisters, Mrs.
* * *
Bessie Keys, Mrs. Louis
IRVING MINSKY, (Ethel) Isaacs and Mrs. Jo-
27076 Sutherland, South- seph (Minnie) Edwards.
* * *
field, died Dec. 15. He leaves
a son, Harold of Encino,
JULIUS STEINMETZ,
Calif.; a daughter, Mrs. Jer- 20550 Oldham, Southfield,
ome (Marilyn) Salesin; and died Dec. 16. Survived by his
three grandchildren.
wife, Helen; two sons, How-
* * *
ard J. (Steinmetz) of Sagi-
MILDRED POLANT of naw and Dr. Irvin Kanat;
Farmington Hills died Dec. two daughters, Mrs. Lee
16. She leaves her husband, (Gladys) Lyons of Santa'
Ralph; two sons, Louis and Barbara, Calif., and Mrs.
Michael; four daughters, Robert (Evelyn) Kasle; a sis-
Mrs. Bob (Sonya) Grieves, ter, Mrs. Rose Kleinwaks of
Mrs. Charles (Patricia) De- Maplewood, N.J.; 12 grand-
laney, Mrs. Robert (Brooke) children and one great-
Nimmo and Mrs. William grandchild.
(Robyn) McCauley; two sis-
ters, Mrs. Alice Comburn
and Mrs. Alvira Daly; and
17 grandchildren.

WE REAMEER

*

NELLIE ROBBINS, 550
W. Oakridge, Ferndale, died
Dec. 17. Survived by a
daughter-in-law, Esther
Robbins; three grandchil-
dren and two great-grand-
children.
* * *
ROSE ROSENFIELD,
26051 Lahser, Southfield,
died Dec. 16. Survived by a
son, Fred A. Field.
• * * *
JACK LOUIS ROSEN-
THAL of Royal Oak died
Dec. 12. He leaves his wife,
Bertha; two sons, Pierce of
Potomac,.Md.; and Richard;
two sisters, Mrs. Bertha
Miller of Chicago and Mrs.
Morris (Pauline) Loren; and
two grandchildren.
* * *
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