THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
SHERMAN CAPLAN, 65, died
March 10. He leaves a son, Mark
S.; a daughter, Mrs. Lou (Lorie)
Vickers; and two brothers, Au-
brey and Irving of Ohio.
CELIA CHAIT, 72, of Brooklyn,
N.Y., died March 6. Survived by
two sons, Herschel of Terre
Haute, Ind., and Abraham of
Brooklyn; two brothers, Rabbi Is-
rael I. Rockove of Oak Park and
Rabbi Solomon Rockove of
STEVEN M. DEMANT, 31, died
March 13. He leaves his mother,
Mrs. Henry (Margaret) Demant;
and his grandmother, Mrs. Wal-
ter (Erna) Herz.
LILLIAN FAUDEM, 75, died
March 11. She leaves her hus-
band, Kaplan; a son Rodney; a
sister, Mrs. Irving (Jeanette) Yar-
rows; and three grandchildren.
BERTHA GOLDIN, 85, of Oak
Park, died March 11. Survived by
two sons, Norman and Jerry of Or-
lando, Fla.; four daughters, Mrs.
Leonard (Ann) Hack, Mrs. Eli
(Millie) Lipsitz, Mrs. Sigmond
(Laura) Kralik and Mrs. Jay (Eve-
lyn) Gerber; 13 grandchildren and
former Detroiter of California,
died March 7. Survived by 12
grandchildren and six great-
grandchildren. Interment Encino,
SAMUEL GOODSTEIN,- 82,
died March 11. He leaves a
brother, Aaron; and a sister, Mrs.
ESTHER B. HOCHHAUSER,
89, of Oak Park, died March 9.
Survived by a son, Bernard of
Pittsburgh, Pa.; two daughters,
Mrs. Isadore (Sarah) Flam of
Sherman Oaks, Calif., and Mrs.
Ernest E. (Geraldine) Greenfield;
two sisters, Mrs. Murray
(Dorothy) Sobel and Mrs. Goldie
Mandel, both of Los Angeles,
Calif.; six grandchildren and 13
HAROLD HYMAN, 62, former
Detroiter of Milwaukee, Wis.,
died March 11. Survived by a sis-
ter, Mrs. Edward (Bettie) Toti of
Southfield; and nieces.
ESTHER KAFTAN, 79, died
March 6. She leaves a son, Allen; a
daughter, Mrs. Edith Moss; six
grandchildren and eight great-
Kurt A. of Norwalk, Conn.; two
daughters, Mrs. Michael (Benita)
Levine of New York City and Mrs.
Jacob (Jolene) Schwartz; two sis-
ters, Frances Shoenfeld of Seattle,
Wash., and Sylvia Levin; and one
VICTOR LANDAW, 67, of Oak
Park, died March 8. Survived by
his wife, Perle; and two sons,
David and Robert.
PEARL LEBOW, 71, of Berkley,
died March 13. Survived by a son,
LILYAN SHEKTER, 78, former
mingham, died March 7. Survived
by two brothers, Harry and Paul.
Oak Park resident of Tel Aviv, Is-
rael, died March 7. Survived by
her husband, Joseph; a son, Mur-
ray; five grandchildren and one
JACK SHORR, 60, former De-
GEORGE LEVY, 72, of Bir-
former Detroiter of Los Angeles,
Calif., died March 12. Survived by
his wife, Julia; two sons, Stuart
and Larry, both of California; a
brother, Art of Sunrise, Fla.; a sis-
ter, Mrs. Helen Alpert of Oak
Park; and four grandchildren.
Interment Los Angeles.
troiter of Los Angeles, Calif., died
Feb. 22. Survived by two daugh-
ters, Wendy Gelzer and Karen,
both of Los Angeles; a son, Steven
Detroiter of Tamarac, Fla., died
March 6. Survived by his wife,
Dorothy; and a brother, George of
Tamarac. Interment Florida.
JAKE ROSENBAUM, 91, of
Southfield, died Feb. 16. Survived
by one son, one daughter, three
grandchildren and two great-
In loving memory of
Who passed away March
31, 1984, 28th day of Adar
II. Sadly missed and al-
ways in the heart of his
wife, Dorothy; • son,
Ronald; daughters, Carol
and Elaine; and grand-
March 7. She leaves a son, Stanley
Sacks; a sister, Mrs. Edward
(Elaine) Silvers of Boca Raton,
Fla.; and six grandchildren.
Detroiter of Hollywood, Fla., died
March 10. She leaves her hus-
Stuart Chosid, an executive of
the Tann Corp., tool and die cast-
ing company, died March 11 at
Born in Lynn, Mass., Dr. Chosid
was a member of Temple Beth El,
Perfection Lodge of the Masons,
Knollwood Country Club and its
board. He was graduated from the
University of Detroit School of
Engineering and was active in
planning its reunions.
He leaves his wife, Edna; two
sons, Richard and Paul; a sister,
Mrs. Jack (Esther) King; and four
YETTA DRACHLER, 82, of
Southfield, died March 4.
Survived by a daughter, Mrs.
Harold (Ruth) Podolsky; and
five grandchildren, Dr. Mor-
ris (Bonnie) Podolsky, Dr.
Arnold (Lynn) Podolsky, Dr.
Daniel (Carol) Podolsky, Mrs.
Steven (Maribeth) Lerner
and Jonathan (Ann)
Podolsky, and six great-
72, former Detroiter of La Habra,
Calif., died Feb. 21. Survived by
his wife, Rose; three daughters,
Elaine and Marilyn, both of
Chicago, Ill., and Dr. Harriett
Lefton of Brea, Calif.; a brother,
Dr. Lawrence of West Bloomfield;
a sister, Ruth Leland of South-
field; and two grandchildren.
Services in California.
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Betw. 7 and 8 Mile Roads
Over 60 Years In Same Location!
LEAH SHAPIRO, 86, former
ROBERT RUBEN STOCKER,
Sidney A. Deitch
ROSE SATKOFF, 85, died
85, of Carpentersville, Ill., died
March 8. Survived by a son,
Raymond Swift of Chicago, Ill.; a
daughter, Mrs. George (Gladys)
Waterson of Carpentersville; a
brother, Benjamin Weiss of
Southfield; grandchildren and
of California; two brothers,
Robert of Detroit and Mickey of
Royal Oak; and two grand-
daughters. Interment Los
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MILTON M. POLASKY, former
ANNETTE KAHN, 85, died
March 9. She leaves a son,
Donald; three sisters, Mrs. Harry
(Mildred) Satovsky, Mrs. Louis
(Sarah) Dunn and Mrs. Sam (Gus-
sie) Goldberg; four grandchildren
and one great-granddaughter.
band, Jack; and a sister, Mrs. Max
(Lillian) Bronstein of Oak Park.
Friday, March 15, 1985
During the coming
Beth Yehudah will
Yahrzeits of the fol-
friends, with the
rial Prayers, recita-
tion of Kaddish and
Studying of Mis-
JEROME S. BASEMAN.
RACHEL L. ELLENSON
JACOB Z. WELNER
JOHN R. HERMAN
MORRIS I. MEDOW
LEO I. FRIEDLAENDER
ANNE E. SLAKTER
BELLA M. RABINOVITCH
THOMAS M. LANYI
DR. CHARLES ORNSTEIN
15751 W. Lincoln Dr.