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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, July 15, 1983 63

OBITUARIES

DOROTHY ANCHILL,
61, died July 8. She leaves 'a
son, Louis of Coldwater,
Mich.; a daughter, Mrs.
Marvin (Lynn Marie) Code;
her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Charles (Alma) Hoskins; a
brother, Charles Hoskins;
two sisters, Mrs. Gip
(Marie) Shiveley of Califor-
nia and Mrs. Harry (Gladys)
Lane of Tennessee; and four
grandchildren.
** *
JOSEPH APPLE-
BAUM,88, died July 12.
He leaves his wife,
Minnie; two sons, Eugene
and Leonard; a sister, Mrs.
Mollie Berman; and five
grandchildren.
* * *
EVA BELTZMAN, 72,
of Oak Park, died July 8.
Survived by her husband,
Simon; three sons, Michael
of Rochester, N.Y., Stanley,
and David of Ann Arbor;
two brothers, Jack Greis-
man and Ben Greisman of
Woodland Hills, Calif.; two
sisters, Mrs. Ben (Ettie)
Weisman and Mrs. Irvin
(Anne) Frost of Akron,
Ohio; and four
grandchildren.
* * *
MEYER DICKMAN, 77, "
of Oak Park, died July 9.
Survived by his wife,
Esther; two daughters,
Barbara and Marcia; a
brother, Dr. Samuel of Roc- •
kaway, N.J.; a sister, Mrs.
Bertha Harkavy of Miami
Beach, Fla.; and three
grandchildren.
** *
DR. PHILIP DREZ-
NICK, former Detroiter of

Hamilton, Ohio, died June
26. He leaves a son, Brett of
Southfield; a daughter,
Lara of Southfield; his
mother, Mrs. May Dreznick
of New Jersey, one brother,
one sister, and June Drez-
nick of Southfield. Inter-
ment Paramus, N.J.
** *
MORRIS B. GOLDS-
TEIN, 85, former Detroiter
of Los Angeles, Calif., died
July 5. Survived by his wife,
Faye; two daughters, Mrs.
David (Ann) Mitchnick and
Mrs. Jerry (Brenda) Schoet-
tel; four sisters, Harriet Ro-
sen, Ethel Lippman, Ann
White and Frieda, all of
California; and four grand-
children. Interment Los
Angeles.

HARRY J. GOSS, 72,
died July 9. He leaves his
wife, Estelle; a son, Dr.
Charles; a daughter, Mrs.
Walter (Lois) Zemmol; a sis-
ter, Mrs. Theodore (Doris)
Segall of Lauderdale Lakes,
Fla.; and six grandchildren.
* * *
YETTA GRAY, 85, died
July 6. She leaves a son,
Philip; two daughters, .Mrs.
Joseph (Mary) Schwartz
and Mrs. Gerald (Harriet)
Salk; a brother, Murray
Maisel; three sisters, Mrs.
Rebecca Gendelman, Mrs.
Isadore (Norma) Korobkin
and Mrs. Alex (Sadie)
Leder; and eight grand-
children and four great-
grandchildren.
** *
BEN GREEN, 70, died
July 10. He leaves his wife,
Ruth; a son, Jan; a daugh-

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Greenblatt; three sisters, Alan; a daughter, Cindy Jo;
Mrs. Jack (Anna) Mann, her mother, Mrs. Leah Lane
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* *
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ESTHER
LEVIN, 85, of
** *
HELEN JACOBSON, Detroit, died July 12. Sur-
78, died July 10. She leaves vived by a son, Saul; two
a brother, Nat of Los daughters, Mrs. Myer
Angeles, Calif.; a sister, (Alice) Mandelbaum and
Mrs. David (Betty) Lefko; a
Ruth; nieces and nephews.
sister, Mrs. Sarah Wexler;
** *
MORRIS HENRY six grandchildren and one
KANER, 68, of Southfield, great-grandchild.
* * *
died July 12. Survived by
his wife. Margaret; a son,
HARRY MILLER, 65,
Dr. J ay J.; and two sisters, former Detroiter of Lauder-
Mrs. Al (Bertha) Shipp and dale Lakes, Fla., died July
Mrs. Lester (Jeanette) 1. Survived by his wife,
Weiss; and one Frances; two sons, Dr. Ber-
granddaughter.
nard of Huntington Woods
** *
and Dr. Howard of Ar-
DORIS JEANETTE lington Heights, Ill.; a
KLIMAN, 51, of Far- daughter, Mrs. Steven
mington HIlls, died July 8. (Brenda) Glickman of West

Michael Zaks Dies at 37,
Directed Fresh Air Society

Michael I. Zaks, execu-
tive director of the Fresh
Air Society, who was cre-
dited with several major de-
velopments in the camping
program during his tenure,
died July 9 at age 37.
In 1968, Mr. Zaks started
to work full-time for FAS
and the Tamarack Hills
Authority. From adminis-
trative assistant he became
business manager, assis-
tant executive director, di-
rector of the Ortonville
camp, associate executive
director and as of June
1981, executive director.
Under his stewardship,
the Butzel Conference Cen-
ter was developed in size
and scope, and the Fresh Air
Society's family camping
concept was broadened. He
put special emphasis on the
Jewish component of the
agency's many camping
programs, expanded teen
programs, developed new
staff training methods and
artist/ scholar-in-residence
programs.

Last January, at the
first service held in the
new Rabbi Morris B.
Adler Chapel at Ortonvil-
le's Butzel Conference
Center, Mr. Zaks deliv-
ered the Sabbath morn-
ing remarks. He super-
vised every aspect of the
chapel's construction.

A graduate in mechanical
engineering, from Lawr-
ence Institute of Technol-
ogy, Mr. Zaks was working
toward completion of his
MBA degree at Wayne
State University. He was a
member of Cong. Beth
Shalom.
The Fresh Air Society has
established a Michael Zaks

* * *

STELLA SAVIN, 83,
died July 7. She leaves a
son, Joseph; a daughter,
Mrs. Sol (Sylvia) Wrey; and
six grandchildren.
** *
LOUIS SHANBROM,
75, of Southfield, died July
9. Survived by two brothers,
Albert of Ft. Lauderdale
and Julius; nieces and
nephews.

Survived by his wife,
Esther; two sons, Dr. San-
ford A. and Dr. Joel V.; two
brothers, Ralph of Los
Angeles, Calif., and George
of Brooklyn; N.Y.; and one
granddaughter.

* * *

SARA
ZAB-
LUDOVSKY, 82, of Oak
Park, died July 12. Sur-
vived by a son, Max Kieran;
and two daughters, Mrs.
Ann Davis and Beverly
Kornwasser; five grand-
children and five great-
grandchildren.

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-
hnavos.

* * *

MILTON H. SIMS, 73,
died July 13. He leaves his
wife, Lucille; a son, Charles
of New York; a daughter,
Mrs. David (Barbara) Levitt
of Chevy Chase, Md.; three
brothers, Fred, Eugene and
Arthur; and three grand-
children.

* * *

HERMAN WEIN-
STOCK, 71, of Farm-
ington Hills, died July 10.

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