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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-01-28

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Rabbi Samuel Rosenblatt

Carol Krugel, Led SPACE

Carol Krugel, first
Johns Hopkins; colum-
nist for the Baltimore chairman of the SPACE
News-Post; Hazard Fel- service of the Greater De-
low, American School of troit Section of National
Oriental Research, Council of Jewish Women,
Jerusalem; lecturer on died Jan. 22 at age 41.
Born in Brooklyn; N.Y.,
Semitic languages at
Columbia University; Mrs. Krugel lived 23 years
volunatry chaplain for in the Detroit area. She was
the U.S. Public. Health a member of Cong. Shaarey
Services Hospital;
president of the Balti-
more Board of Rabbis; a Maurice Safir
Maurice M. Safir, retired
member of the Mizrachi
Organization of Balti- co-owner of Moray's
more and the Baltimore Jewelry in Arm Arbor and
Branch of the American Ypsilanti, died Jan. 23 at
age 83.
Jewish Congress.
Rabbi Rosenblatt was a
Born in McKeesport, Pa.,
delegate to the 19th and Mr. Safir lived 70 years in
23rd Zionist Congress.
Detroit. He retired 17 years
He was a member of the ago.
Rabbinical Assembly, Bnai
He was a member of Tem-
Brith, American Oriental ple Beth El. Mr. Safir was
Society, Society of Biblical the advertising manager of
Literature and Exegesis, the long defunct Detroit
Jewish Academy of Arts Jewish Chronicle for 20
and Sciences, American As-
sociation of University Pro- years.
He leaves a son, Barry; a
fessors, Conference of
T. G. Sternberg
Jewish Relations, Religious daughter, Mrs. Stanley
T. George Sternberg, a re- Zionists of America, Ameri- (Marilyn) Dorfman; a
tired attorney, died Jan. 8 at can Academy for Jewish Re- brother, Benjamin; three
age 74.
search and National Con- sisters, Mrs. Carl (Jeanette)
Born in Detroit and a ference of Christians and Myers, Mrs. Robert (Shir-
former Bay City resident, Jews.
ley) Ellenstein and Mrs.
Mr. Sternberg resided in •
Rabbi Rosenblatt was the Samuel (Elsie) Snyder; six
Walnut Creek, Calif., at the son of the famous Cantor grandchildren and one
time of his death.
great-granddaughter.
Josef Rosenblatt.
Mr. Sternberg was
graduated from Wayne
State University Law
School. He practiced law in
In loving
In loving memory of
Michigan for 54 years, prior
memory
of
my beloved father
to his retirement to Califor-
nia.
IDA
KENNETH S.
He was a lay cantor and
SAKWA
life trustee of Temple Is-
MOSS
rael in Bay City. He also
Feb. 1, 1978
was on-the state board of
Sadly missed
directors of the Michigan
more
each year by
Sadly missed by his
Heart 'Association and
her children and
daughter
Nicky.
Lions Club International
grandchildren.
and was a past president
of the Michigan Region,
United Synagogue of
America.
In Loving Memory Of
He is survived by his wife,
Dorothy B.; a son, Alan J. of
Lafayette, Calif.; two
daughters, Adele A.
Feb. 1, 1978
Shudofsky of Teaneck, N.J.,
and Marilyn J. Ladin of
Although it's been five years since you
Chicago, Ill.; a sister, Sylvia
Charlip of Southfield; and
have left us you are "always in our hearts."
five grandchildren. Inter-
Sadly missed and very much loved by
ment Lafayette, Calif.

BALTIMORE — Rabbi
Samuel Rosenblatt,
spiritual leader of Cong.
Beth Tfiloh and associate
professor of Oriental lan-
guages at Johns Hopkins
University, died Jan. 9 at
age 80.
Rabbi Rosenblatt knew
20 languages and was
fluent in nine and wrote
many books, articles,
monographs and scholarly
papers.
Born in Bratislava,
Czechoslovakia, Rabbi
Rosenblatt attended the
College of the City of New
York, and was ordained at
the Jewish Theological
Seminary of America and at
the University Yeshiva of
Jerusalem. He held a docto-
rate from Columbia Uni-
versity.
Among the positions he
held were: lecturer on
Jewish literature at

.

KENNETH S. MOSS

Dorothy LandaU

Dorothy M. Landau, a
member of Jewish com-
munal and women's organ-
izations, died Jan. 23 at age
74.
Born in Omaha, Neb.,
Mrs. Landau lived 70 years
in Detroit. She was a
member of Women's Bicur
Cholem Organization,
Jewish Home for Aged Aux-
iliary, KBA Auxiliary and
Cong. Beth Achim.
She leaves two sons, Mil-
ton and Arthur; a daughter,
Mrs. Thelma Stalburg; a
brother, Sam Goren; two
sisters, - Mrs. Sidney
(Saretta) Rein and Mrs. Er-
nest (Ida) Forman of San
Diego, Calif.; and nine
grandchildren.

THE

your wife Edee, children and
grandchildren.

The Family of the Late

DR. C. IRWIN PAVORSKY

Wishes to express our heartfelt apprecia-
tion for the support and caring extended by
our family, friends, neighbors and col-
leagues on the loss of our Irwin, of blessed
memory.

We want to acknowledge with deepest
gratitude your visits, gifts, messages of
condolence and contributions in his mem-
ory during our week of shiva.

We find comfort in knowing that Irwin
meant so much to so many people.
Marjie, Linda and Michael

Zedek and its sisterhood.
Mrs. Krugel was a board
member and past vice
president of NCJW and a
board member of the
Women's Division of Jewish
Welfare Federation.
Mrs. Krugel also held
membership in Hadas-
sah, Women's American
ORT and Galilee Chap-
ter of Bnai Brith Women.
She leaves her husband,
Dr. Lawrence; a son, Robert;
a daughter, Lisa; her - par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Rubin
(Ruth) Brandvine of Flush-
ing, N.Y.; and a brother, Dr.
Lawrence Galinkin of Mer-
rick, Long Island, N.Y.

WE REMEMBER

During the coming
week Yeshivath
Beth Yehudah will
observe the
Yahrzeits of the fol-
lowing departed
friends, with the
traditional Memo-
rial Prayers, recita-
tion of Kaddish and
Studying of Mis-
hnaycs.

JOSEPH L. BALE
ALICE EISEMANN
HARRY FELDSTEIN
JACK FELDMAN ,
MOSHE GOLDFARB
ISAAC HOOTNER
RACHEL KAPLAN
HYMAN PARKER
GUSSIE SOLOMON
FANNE ZALENKO
WEINERMAN
SAM ZINGESER
PEARL BERRY
ALLAN A. BURNS
NATHAN FINE
YOSSEL HALPERT
NATHAN LIPSHAW
DAVID H. LYNN
CHARLES NIEWOOD
MINA WOLMAN

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17 31
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18 1
HERBERT B. BUNIN
18 1
ISRAEL GLICKLIN
18 1
JOSEPH GOLDBERG
18 1
MORRIS GOLDBERG
18 .1
LEO KAUFMAN
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MOLLY KORBIN
18 1
CELIA LAFER
18 1
HERMAN J. LAZARUS
18 1
ARTHUR E. PLOTNICK
18 1
FRANK SEARS
18 1
MORRIS SHERMAN
18 1
SAMUEL SHERMAN
18 1
FANNIE SMITH
19 2
BELLA BAND
19 2
GEORGE S. COBITZ
19 2
LOUIS COHEN
19 2
LIBBIE DUBRINSKY
19 2
JACK GOLDING
19 2
WILLIAM GREENSTEIN
19 2
DAVID KAUFMAN
19 2
SADIE LICHTENBERG
19 2
MORRIS SINGER
19 2
ALLEN R. TRAURIG
19 2
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20 3
MAX FRIEDMAN
20 3
DAVID KAHRNOFF
20 3
SANDRA KARMAZIN
20 3
ANN MAGID
20 3
MAX C. SHIOVITZ
GERTRUDE TEITELBAUM ' 20 3
21 4
MOLLIE HOFFMAN
21 4
REIZEL KERTES
21 4
SAMUEL NEIMARK
21 4
BESSIE RADNER
21 4
ERNEST WEINBERG
21 4
IRVING WEISSMAN
21 4
SAMUEL YAGODA
22 5
ABRAHAM BOLKER
22 5
RACHEL GLAZER
22 5
HYMAN GORSHOWITZ
22 5
MORRIS MARKOFSKY
22 5
BENJAMIN MILLER
22 5
MEYER ROBINER
22 5
BESSIE SCHECHTER
22 5
BERNARD SCHWARTZ
22 5
ROBERT H. SINGER
22 5
MORRIS WEINER
22 5
SAMUEL H. WAINGER

Yeshivath Beth
Yehudah

15751 W. Lincoln Dr. _
557-6750
Southfield

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, January 28, 1983 63

Bracha Oshratt
Israeli Consul

John Jacobson

CHICAGO (JTA) —
Bracha Oshratt, the consul
for information at the Israel
Consulate in Chicago, was
killed in an automobile ac-
cident last Friday while on a
speaking tour in In-
dianapolis. She was 43.
Born in Haifa,- Ms-. Os-
hratt was a graduate of the
Reali High School in that
city and held Bachelor of
Arts and Masters of Arts
degrees in Arabic language
and Islarnic culture from
the Hebrew University.
She joined the Foreign
Office in 1960 and was ap-
pointed consul in the sum-
mer of 1981.

John Jacobson, a social
worker for VVayne County
for 20 years, died Jan. 21 at
age 86.
Born in Pennsylvania,
Mr. Jacobson lived most of
his life in Detroit and re-
tired to Arizona three years
ago.
He was a member of
Rosenwald Post of the
American Legion, Disabled
American Veterans and the
Odd Fellows.
He leaves his wife,
Sarah. Interment Detroit.

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lac Hotel and on Detroit-
to-Miami trains, died Jan.
21 at age 88.
Born in Newport, Mich.,
Mr. Fine lived most of his
life in Detroit. He was the
head of the tax department
of the Detroit Federation of
Musicians for many years.
He also was a member of
Perfection Lodge of the Ma-
sons.

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