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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-02-06

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Historian Vladimir Grossman

GENEVA (JTA) — Vladi-
mir Grossman, well-known
Jewish activist, journalist
and historian, died Jan. 22.
He was 92.
Mr. Grossman was born
in Temruik in the North
Caucasus in 1884. After fin-
ishing studies in agronomy
at the University of Berlin
and law at the University of
St. Petersburg, he took over
the publication "The Jewish
Immigrant," sponsored by
the Jewish Colonization
Association.
He left Russia in 1915 to
represent the Jewish De-
nse Committee of St. Pe-
cersburg in Copenhagen. It
was at that time that he es-
tablished his lifelong friend-
ship with the leaders of the
Scandinavian Social Demo-
cratic movement and also
became a correspondent for
the Danish daily newspaper
"Politiken."
At the end of World War
I, Mr. Grossman moved to
Paris where he wrote for
the Yiddish newspaper
"Haint" and headed the
Jewish Telegraphic
Agency in France.
At the beginning of World
War II, he went to Canada
as delegate of the World
ORT Union and in this role

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in Memoriam]

In loving memory of Moi-
Pevin, who passed away
March 2, 1971, five days in
Adar. Sadly missed by
daughters Betty Fisher, El-
sie, Sylvia and son George.
In Loving Memory
of Our Beloved
Brother

WILLIAM
GEORGE
CAPLAN

Who left us so sud-
denly Feb. 6, 1941. We
who love you will trea-
sure your memory for-
ever. Sadly missed by
your brother and sis-
ter, Dr. B.B. Caplan
and Mrs. Ann Feld-
man, and families.

In Loving Memory of

BERNARD A.
PEARL

Who died Feb. 7,
1961. Sadly missed
and forever in the
hearts of his wife
Mary, daughters Har-
riet and Pet, grand-
children and two
great-grandchildren.

In loving memory of a
dear friend, husband,
father and zadye.

HARRY
PEARLMAN

Who passed away
Feb. 8, 1975. We who
loved you think of you
often. The fond memo-
ries you left behind
will remain enshrined
forever in our hearts.
You are sadly missed
and always remem-
bered by your family
and friends. The Tar-
ockoffs and the Wald-
mans.

he developed an important
retraining program for Eu-
ropean refugees.
Immediately after the lib-
eration of Europe, he re-
turned to the continent to
continue his work in DP
camps in the British Occu-
pation Zone and also took up
work again for ORT in Scan-
dinavia. He was awarded
the Danish Liberation
Medal for exceptional serv-
ices.
Mr. Grossman lived in
Geneva for the past 22
years where he continued
to write for major Yiddish
language newspapers in
France, the U.S. and Ar-
gentina and continued his
close association with the
World ORT Union.
The third volume of his
major work on world Jewry
and world politics, "Old and
New Problems," was pub-
lished in Paris in the fall of
1975.

Leon Glaser Dies

NEW YORK, (JTA) —
Leon Glaser, an author,
journalist and lecturer spe-
cializing in the Middle East,
Soviet Union and Jewish
affairs, died Jan. 29 at age
80. Mr. Glaser was the au-
thor of several books.
Mr. Glaser was one of the
organizers of the Hagana in
Palestine. In 1921 he was
awarded a miniature Torah
by the then Chief Rabbi
Abraham Kook for single-
handedly holding back Arab
rioters on the Tel Aviv-Jaffa
border.
He was also the founder
and former president of the
Radio City Synagogue in
Manhattan.

Earl Victorson

Earl H. Victorson, an at-
torney for more than 45
years, died Feb. 1 at age 68.
A native Detroiter, Mr.
Victorson was a 1930 gradu-
ate of Wayne State Univer-
sity's school of law and was
a member of the Michigan
and Wayne County Bar As-
sociations. He also was a
member of Keidan Lodge of
Bnai Brith, Adat Shalom
Synagogue and the National
Federation of Jewish Men's
Clubs. Mr. Victorson re-
sided at 20640 Knob Woods
Dr., Southfield.
He leaves his wife, Ida; a
son, Larry of El Paso,
Texas; a daughter, Mrs.
Charles (Nancy) Olender; a
sister, Mrs. Nate (Gertrude)
Ratner of Northbrook, Ill.;
and three grandchildren.

CARD OF THANKS

The family of the late
Brian Monast acknowl-
edges with grateful appre-
ciation the many kind ex-
pressions of sympathy
extended by relatives and
friends during the family's
recent bereavement.

Friday, February 6, 1976 47

OBITUARIES

BETTY BERNSON,
15075 W. Lincoln, Oak Park,
died Jan. 30. Survived by
four daughters, Mrs. Benja-
min (Sylvia) Miller, Mrs.
Edward (Bernice) Disner,
Mrs. Ellen Goldberg and
Mrs. Herbert (Edythe)
Schelberg; three brothers,
Sam Robinson of Spring-
field, Mass., Abe Robinson
of Hartford, Conn., and
Hyman Robinson of W.
Palm Beach, Fla.; a sister,
Mrs. Gladys Wilansky of
Springfield, Mass.; 11
grandchildren and 17 great-
grandchildren.
* * *
SARAH BRODY, for-
mer Detroiter of El Paso,
Texas, died Feb. 2. She
leaves four daughters, Mrs.
Earl (Ida) Victorson of
Southfield, Mrs. Samuel
(Dorothy) Kovan of Farm-
ington Hills and Mrs. Milton
(Jean) Feinberg and Mrs.
Meyer (Norma) Aaronson,
both of El Paso; a sister,
Mrs. Ben (Sophie) Shapiro
of Lapeer; 11 grandchildren
and eight great-grandchil-
dren. Interment Detroit.
* * *
RONALD FELSOT, for-
mer Detroiter of Los An-
geles, Calif., died Jan. 30.
Survived by his wife, Phyl-
lis; two daughters, Gaye
Lynn and Penny Lee; a sis-
ter, Mrs. Burt (Susanne)
Leavitt of Detroit; his
father, Sol Felsot of Van
Nuys, Calif.; Interment Cal-
ifornia.

Jacob Sauls

Jacob Sauls, a retired
wholesale plumbing supply
dealer, died Jan. 24 in San
Diego, Calif:

- ULS
JACOB S A

Born in Poland, Mr. Sauls
lived in Detroit for more
than 70 years. He was a
member of the Detroit Zion-
ist Organization, Birming-
ham Temple and was a long-
time contributor to the
general and Jewish commu-
nities. He also was an early
leader of Keren Hayesod
and participated in efforts
for the Jewish National
Fund.
Mr. Sauls is survived by
his wife, Edith; a daughter,
Mrs. Miriam Lewis of San
Diego; two brothers, Martin
and Frank of Detroit; and
two grandchildren. Inter-
ment San Diego.

REBECCA GLASS,
27155 Pierce, Southfield,
died Jan. 28. She leaves a
daughter, Mrs. Robert
(Bettie) Alpert; three grand-
children and three great-
grandchildren.
* * *
ABRAM KATZ, former
Detroiter of Miami Beach,
Fla., died Jan. 31. He leaves
a daughter, Mrs. Sanford
(Geraldine) Rossen; a sister,
Mrs. Joseph (Clara) Shap-
iro; and two grandchildren.
Interment Detroit.

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HARRY KITAIN, 19041
Lenore, died Jan. 31. Sur-
vived by a son, Irving B. of
Dayton, Ohio; a daughter,
Mrs. Helen Fine; five grand-
children and one great-
grandchild.

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EDWARD LEVIN,
22171 Beverly, Oak Park,
died Feb. 5. Survived by his
wife, Eva; two sons, Sheldon
and Melvyn; a daughter,
Mrs. Gary (Susan) Meklir;
three brothers, Meyer, Is-
rael and Morris; three sis-
ters, Mrs. Mary Zate; Mrs.
Morris (Roslyn) Zuckman
and Mrs. Sam (Alice) 01-
stein; and two grandchil-
dren. Services 10 a.m. today
at Hebrew Memorial
Chapel.

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MOLLIE MALPE, 30551
Marimoor, Birmingham,
died Jan. 31. Survived by
two daughters, Mrs. Harold
(Thelma) Newmark of Creve
Coeur, Mo., and Mrs. John
(Phyllis) Meistrach; two sis-
ters in California; four
grandchildren and five
great-grandchildren; inter-
ment St. Louis, Mo.
* * *
WILLIAM MOND-
SHINE of Los Angeles,
Calif. died Feb. 3. Survived
by his wife, Rose; a son,
Kenneth; a daughter, Mrs.
Morton (Sandra) Green-
spoon of Tarzana, Calif.; a
brother, Max of Oak Park; a
sister, Mrs. Max (Celia)
Haber of Brooklyn; and
three grandchildren. Inter-
ment Los Angeles.
* * *

RICHARD A. PRINCE,

8725 Woodside Ct., Oak
Park, died Jan. 29. He leaves
two sisters, Mrs. William
(JoAnne) Corry and Mrs.
Sally P. Shaw.
* * *
ROSE RAIZIN died Feb.
3. She leaves a son, Dr. San-
der; a daughter, Mrs. Theo-
dore (Anne) Talon; a sister,
Mrs. Sam (Anna) Goldman;
four grandchildren and one
great-granddaughter.

Conn., and Mrs. Bernard
(Sharry) Friedman; a
brother, Maurice; a sister,
Mrs. Jack (Sarah) Pincus;
and 10 grandchildren.
* * *

HENRY H. SCHNEI-
DER died Feb. 2. He leaves

his wife, Ethel; a daughter,
Mrs. Harris (Sharon) Ber-
man; two sisters, Jeanne
Snyder and Mrs. Sidney
(Lillian) Milin; and_ two
grandsons.
* * *
MOLLY SKORE, 29270
Fairfax, Southfield, died
Jan. 29. Survived by her
husband, Abraham; a son,
Marvin L.; a daughter, Mrs.
Sol (Rhoda) Milan; a
brother, David Rothenberg;
and six grandchildren.

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Angeles died Jan. 30. Sur-
vived by her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Fred Sutton (Bev-
erly Fields of Detroit); a

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daughters, Mrs. Martin
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of California; her mother,
Mrs. Libby Saslove of Cali-
fornia; two brothers, Abe
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mitz of Israel; and one
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