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THE DETROIT JEWISH-NEWS

Dr. Joseph Krakauer Dies

OBITUARIES

RENA BLUMENAU,
ANNA L. GOLDMAN,
82, died Feb. 18. She leaves 88, of Detroit, died Feb. 21.
a son, Arnold Rodin; a Survived by three sons,
daughter, Mrs. Herbert Harry, Jack and Benjamin;
(Reva) Lazarus; four grand- two daughters, Yetta and
children and two great- Mrs. Bernard (Norma)
grandchildren.
Katz; 12 grandchildren and
* * *
12 great-grandchildren.
** *
- BERTHA BERMAN,
80, died Feb. 22. She leaves
JACK GORDON, 70, of
a son, John (Jim); a daugh- Philadelphia, Pa., died Feb.
ter, Mrs. Molly Grekin of 21. Survived by his wife,
Ann Arbor; a sister, Mrs. Geraldine; a son, Robert of
—EilP Gittleman; six Philadelphia; and two
gra
ns and four great- grandchildren. Interment
'~g,rarittsons.
Detroit.
* * *
* * *
BEN GOREVITZ, 75, of
LEA CHACRON, 64, of
Oak Park, died Feb. 18. Detroit died Feb. 22. Sur-
Survived by three daugh- vived by his wife, Esther; a
ters, Mrs. Roger (Simone) son, Charles; a daughter,
Serour, Mrs. Ted (Andree) Mrs. Robert (Barbara)
Edelstein and Mrs. Youda Bengels of Miami, Fla.; and
(Josette) Baranes of the five grandchildren.
* * *
Bronx, N.Y.; two sisters,
DORA HAMBURGER,
Mrs. Jack (Sarah) Bensi- 84, died Feb. 21. She leaves
mon of Israel and Mrs. a brother, Maurice Roths-
Rachel Namer of France; tein of East Lansing.
and six grandchildren.
* * *
* * *
CARRIE HARTMAN,
BETTY GINSBURG, 75, died Feb. 23. She leaves
70, of Oak Park, died Feb. three brothers, Benjamin
17. Survived by her hus- Bailey, Morris Weiss and
band, Philip; two daugh- Rubin Weiss.
ters, Mrs. Steven (Gail)
** *
Gales and Mrs. David
LEE HERSH, former
(Linda) Foster; two Detroiter of Toronto, Ont.,
brothers, Samuel Aaron of died Feb. 18. Survived by a
North Miami Beach, Fla., brother, Jules Merker of
and Cecil Aaron; a sister, New York, N.Y.; three sis-
Mrs. Rose Granitz; and two ters, Mrs. Edward (Rose)
granddaughters.
Rose, Tzvetel Merker and
* * *
Mrs. Mac (Gertrude)
GLENN GOLDBERG, English, all of Toronto.
20, died Feb. 24. He leaves Interment Toronto.
* * *
his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
ELIZABETH LEVIN,
Norbert (Marlene)
Goldberg; a brother, Eric; a 76, died Feb. 20. She leaves
sister, Jan; grandparents, two sons, Bernard and
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel (Rose) David; two brothers, one
Goldberg and Mr. and Mrs. sister, six grandchildren
Morton (Ernestine) New- and one great-granddaugh-
ter. Interment Philadel-
lander of Hollywood, Fla.
phia.
** *
Kovinsky
LILLIAN OLEKER, 87,
5 William Kovinsky, a of Southfield, died Feb. 22.
stockbroker, died Feb. 18 at Survived by a daughter,
age 43.
Mrs. Frank (Edith Shurly)
Born in Highland Park, Renaud, Jr.; and one grand-
Mich., Mr. Kovinsky lived child.
,D most of his life in Windsor.
** *
He was with the firm of Pit-
BERNARD PUTTER-
> field, Mackay and Ross of
Windsor. He joined the firm MAN, 55, of Windsor, died
Feb. 22. Survived by his
in 1975.
wife,
Muriel; a son, Mark;
1 From 1959 to 1975, Mr.
Kovinsky operated his and two daughters, Connie
father's scrap metal com- and Nancy. * * *
, pany, J. Kovinsky and Son,
MAURICE J. ROBINS,
Ltd.
He was a member of 71, of Oak Park, died Feb.
Windsor's
windsor's Temple Beth 21. Survived by his wife,
El and the Renaissance Jennie; a son, Max H. of
Club.
He leaves his mother,
In loving memory of our
, Mrs. T. Irene Kovinsky of
dear father
2 Windsor; a sister, Mrs. Yale
(Anna) Levin of Southfield;
MORRIS
'ine nephew and one niece.
PEVIN
'terment Detroit.

-

mei Symez

Michael Symez, a resi-
dential builder, died Feb. 21
at age 93.
Born in Russia, Mr.
Symez was the founder and
owner of Symet Building
Co. He founded his company
;Din 1913 and retired in 1956.
He leaves a son, Daniel; a
-'daughter, Mrs. Edward
(Ruth) Zatkin; six
► grandchildren and 15
great-grandchildren.

Who passed away
March 2, 1971, five days
in Adar. Sadly missed
by son, George; and
daughters, Mrs. Betty
Fisher, Elsie and Sylvia.

-.....r -•-•■•••••-

East Lansing; a sister, Mrs.
Jacob (Sarah) Pincus; and
four grandchildren.

* * *

ESTHER SHENCOPP,
94, of Livonia, died Feb. 20.
Survived by a daughter,
Mrs. Bernard (Evelyn)
Stein; nine grandchildren
and one great-grandchild.
* * *
BELLE STRIEFLING,
80, died Feb. 19. She leaves
two daughters, Mrs. Martin
(Rita) Weston and Mrs.
Herbert (Marilyn) Haffner;
a sister, Mrs. Maye Mann;
three grandchildren and
five great-grandchildren.

* * *

GERTRUDE STUART,

80, died Feb. 21. She leaves
a son, Hershel; two daugh-
ters, Mrs. James (Elaine)
Kohner and Mrs. Floreen
Kalish; 10 grandchildren
and five great-grand-
children.
** *
JACK WEISMAN, 82,
former Detroiter of Los
Angeles, Calif. died Feb. 18.
Survived by his wife, Rose;
two sons, George of Reseda,
Calif., and Seymour of
Sebastopol, Calif.; a daugh-
ter, Lee of Sebastopol; three
sisters, Mrs. Louis (Becky)
Sarver and Mrs. Jack
(Edith) Tayback, both of
Tamarac, Fla., and Mrs.
Jack (Sarah) Bryman of
California; five grandchil-
dren and four great-grand-
children. Interment Los
Angeles.

** *
NORMA WEISMAN,

73, died Feb. 19. She leaves
a son, Jeffrey; a daughter,
Mrs. Max (Marion Gaspas)
Schafer; two sisters, Mrs.
Martin (Shirley) Glick and
Mrs. Jack (Fay)
Applebaum, both of
Pittsburgh, Pa.; threes
grandchildren argil three
great-grandchildren.
* * *
LILLIAN ZEIDMAN,
73, died Feb. 20. She leaves
a son, Gerald; a sister, Mrs.
Norman (Betty) Barcus;
four grandchildren and one
great-granddaughter.

In loving memory of


RICHARD
OWEN
SACKS

Beloved husband and
father, dedicated physi-
ciaM who passed away
Feb. 26, 1981. Lovingly
remembered and de-
eply missed by wife,
Lauren; and son, Ian
Kenneth.

Dr. Joseph S. Krakauer, a
surgeon and associate
chairman of surgery at
Sinai Hospital for 11 years,
died Feb. 19 at age 64.

WE REMEMBER

During the coming
week Yeshivath
Beth Yehudah will
observe the Yahr-
zeits of the follow-
ing departed
friends, with the
traditional Memo-

rial Prayers, recita-
tion of Kaddish
and Studying c.'
Mishnavos,

PAULA MAXINE
GREENBLATT •

SHEVAT FEB.

29 22
ADAR FEB.
BENJAMIN BRODMAN
5 28
GABRIEL N. EISMAN
5 28
SAM ELIAS
5 28
MOE ENGEL
5 28
JOSEPH L. HOLTZMAN
5 28
MEYER GREENSPOON
5 28
PHILIP KAWA
5 28
SHEILA LAZOWSKY
5 28
_OSCAR LERCHIN
5 28
YALE LEVIN
5 28
BERTHA M1GDAL
5 28
IRVING I. MILLER
5 28
BEN RUBENSTEIN
5 28
HARRY SMITH
5 28
HENRY WATERSTONE
5 28
MAR.
ROSE BENJAMIN
6 1
ADELE BROWN
6 1
BELLA CHESTNUK
6 1
ANNA R. CHINITZ
6 1
DORA COHEN
6 1
ANNA NEWMAN GRAFF
6 1
BENA HEITKAMP
6 1
SALLY HESS
6 1
ROSE RAIMI
6 1
EVE SINGERMAN
6 1
LEON HAROLD
STILLWATER
6 1
HYMAN SWEET
6 1
ABRAHAM BERMAN
7 2
MAX BERRIS
7 2
JOE BIGMAN
7 2
MANUEL FELDSTEIN
7 2
JULIUS HESS
7 2
SARAH MILLER
7 2
DAVID H. ROM
7 2
BLANCHE IRENE STERN
7 2
BERTHA WEITZMAN
7 2
ANNA ROSE WERNER
7 2
SAMUEL ACKER
8 3
ABRAHAM AUGUST
8 3
BESSIE BERRIS
8 3
REBECCA CHARNES
8 3
GAVRIEL ECKMAN
8 3
JACK P. ENGEL
8 3
KARL LEVIN
8 3
ANNA LEVINE
8 3
MORRIS MALTZ
8 3
KATHERINE RADNER
8 3
JOSEPH SAKS
8 3
HYMAN SCHWARTZ
8 3
JANET STRAUS
8 3
SUSAN TOPER
8 3
MICHAEL G. BARDI
9 4
MAX CITRIN
9 4
FREDA FREED
9 4
WILLIAM GOODMAN
9 4
AARON JACKSON
9 4
A. I. KORMAN
9 4
MAX LANGWALD
9 4
MILTON RIBIAT
9 4
SARA RUBENFAER
9 4
ROSA B. SCHEY
9 4
MENDEL STARK
9 4
EVA TOPOR
9 4
ISADORE WARREN
9 4
REBBETZIN RACHEL ZAGER 9 4
BEN CITRIN
10 5
JULIUS COHEN
10 5
LOUIS D. FELDMAN
10 5
BERTHA FISCHER
10 5
LOTTIE GERSON
10 5
ISRAEL MALIK
10 5
SOPHY MEISNER
10 5
HERMAN SCHWARTZ
10 5
ROSE TEMCHIN
10 5
BENJAMIN TOPOR
10 5
ROSE ARONOFF
11 6
SARAH BASS
11 6
MAX E. CHARNESS
11 6
KAREN EINHORN
11 6
HARRY FABER
11 6
ANNE KAUFMAN
11 6
MAURICE LEVIN
11 6
SAMUEL LIBERSON
11 6
LOUIS MENENBERG
11 6
JACOB ROSENBERG
11 6
SOLOMON ROSENBERG
11 6
LIBBY SIMONS
11 6
IDA WEIDER
11 6
ERNEST WOLFSHEIMER
11 6

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For Memoriams and
Donations call

Hebrew U. Prof

JERUSALEM — Prof.
Ino Sciaky, Hebrew Univer-
sity professor of oral
medicine and regarded as
the father of dental educa-
tion in Israel, died Feb. 9.
He was 70.
One of the founders of the
Hebrew University-
Hadassah School of Dental
Medicine and the first dean
of the university's faculty of
dental medicine, Prof. Sci-
aky devised the original
curriculum of the dental
school, the first institution
of its kind in the country.

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18325 W. 9 Mile Rd. Southfield

Sidney A. Deitch

Born in Philadelphia, Pa.,
Dr. Krakauer lived 11 years
in Detroit. He was
graduated from New York
University CZllege of
Medicine in 1943. At the
time of his death he was
associate professor of
surgery at the Wayne State
University Medical School.
He was a captain in the
Army during World War II.
Dr. Krakauer was a fellow
of the American College of
Surgeons and Detroit
Academy of Surgery.
He leaves his wife,
Johanna; a son, Joseph
Scott; two daughters, Mrs.
Deborah Rubin of Norfolk,
Conn., and Leslie; a brother,
Dr. Henry of White Plains,
N.Y.; a sister, Dr. Shirlee R.
of Malone, N.Y. Interment
Torrington, Conn.

15751 W. Lincoln Dr.
557-6750
Southfield

Directors of Funerals

Friday, Febn1a 26, 1982 63

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in strict confidence apply to

FOUNDATION FOR
JEWISH NATIONAL FUND

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