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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Sidney A. Deitch
14441 W. 11 Mlle Rd.
SAM BETTER, 60, died May 2.
Survived by his wife, Leatrice;
Jwo sons, Glen Sikora and How-
rd Sikora of Florida; two daugh-
ers, Lizbeth and Gayle; and one
OOLDIE EHRLICH, 86, died
May 5. She leaves a daughter,
Mrs. Alfred (Shirley) Shevin; four
grandchildren and five great-
kNN FRANKFORD GORDON,
06, died May 6. She leaves a son,
Jack Frankford; a daughter, Mrs.
Seymour (Ilene) Gretchko; two
brothers, Morris Geller and Jack
Geller; a sister, Mrs. George
(Frances) Brown; and five
RACHEL ESTHER HERSH,
two days, died May 4. She leaves
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert
(Victoria) Hersh; two brothers,
Joshua and Jonathan; her
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry
(Elaine) Hersh and Mrs. Lillian
Lasanen; and her great-
grandmother, Mrs. Emma
ALFRED HOLTZ died May 4.
He leaves his wife, Roslyn; two
sons, Donald of Ann Arbor and
Russell of Fayetteville, N.C.; and
JEANETTE ISNER, 91, died
May 4. She leaves a son, Herbert;
a brother, Mitchell Bowman of
Boca Raton, Fla.; four
Dr. Joseph Carp
Dr. Joseph Carp, a medical doc-
tor, died May 7 at age 75.
Born in Russia, Dr. Carp was a
1939 graduate of the Wayne State
University Medical School. He
was a member of the American
Medical Association, the Wayne
(County Medical Society, the
;American Academy of Family
'.Physicians, Maimonides Medical
;Society, Jewish War Veterans,
Zionist Organization of America,
' Craftsman Lodge of the Masons
and Adat Shalom Synagogue.
He leaves his wife, Bess; chil
dren, Burt, Mrs. Frederic (Judi)
Frank of Longwood, Fla., Mrs.
Gary (Ava) Grossinger of Gaines-
ville, Fla., Stuart Lezell, Mark
Lezell of Rockville, Md., and Nic-
kie Glasser; and 14
Frederic, both of West Bloomfield;
a daughter, Mrs. Michael (Iris)
Lewiston of West Bloomfield; a
MICHAEL B. NELKIN, seven brother, Dr. John J. of Far-
months, former Detroiter of _ mington Hills; a sister, Esther
Rubenstein of Los Angeles, Calif.;
Burnsville, Minn., died May 8. He
and seven grandchildren. Inter-
leaves his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Allan (Ann) Nelkin of Burnsville;
two brothers, Matthew and
LILLIAN SYLVIA SIEGEL, 78,
David; his grandparents, Mr. and
died May 3. She leaves a son,
Mrs. Leonard (Lou) Nelkin and
Robert of Ann Arbor; a daughter,
Mr. and Mrs. Al (Frances) Plum-
Mrs. Robert (Sandra) Emery of
tree. Services in Detroit. Inter-
Northville; a sister, Mrs. Freda
ment Louisville, Ky.
Brod; and two grandchildren.
MARGARET K. SOFFERIN,
troiter of San Diego, Calif., died
84, former Detroiter of Bay Har-
May 7. Survived by two daugh-
bor Island, Fla., died May 6. She
ters, Mrs. Frank (Pearl) Manchel
leaves three sons, Samuel L. of
of Southfield and Mrs. Robert (Lil-
Lakeland, Fla., Lee J. of Bay Har-
lian) Glickman of San Diego; six
bor Island and Donald V. of Far-
grandchildren and one great-
mington Hills; a daughter, Mrs.
Christopher (Susan) Mills of
Northfield, Ill.; 14 grandchildren
BESSIE RICHMOND, 80, died
and one great-grandchild. Inter-
May 5. Survived by two sisters,
Mrs. Mayer (Frieda) Ostrow and
Mrs. Dorothea Salle of Menlo
SEYMOUR STEIN, former De-
Park, Calif.; cousins, nieces and
troiter of Skokie, Ill., died May 7.
Survived by his wife, Elaine; a
son, Andrew; a daughter, Mrs.
Susan Zwass; a brother, Bert of
troiter of Boca Raton, Fla., died
West Bloomfield; and three
May 2. He leaves his wife,
grandchildren. Interment Skokie.
Dorothy; two sons; Edward and
grandchildren and two great-
died May 4. Survived by his wife,
Bessie; a daughter, Mrs. Edward
(Estelle) Kahn; a brother, George;
a sister, Mrs. Bertha Ceasar of
Las Vegas; two grandchildren and
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BESSIE B. BECKMAN
15751 W. Lincoln Dr.
( Sidell Slossberg Sorscher, the
community producer for the
Jewish Connection on public
radio station WFBE in Flint, died
April 27 at age 66.
A native of Chicago, Ill., Mrs.
Sorscher was a member of the
League of Women Voters, Cong.
Beth Israel, Flint's Temple Beth
El and the Ann Lebster Chapter of
Hadassah. She was graduated
; from Kalmazoo College in 1940.
' She is survived by her husband,
Samuel; two sons, Stanley of Seat-
tle, Wash., and Mitchell of San
Jose, Calif.; two daughters, Ran-
dee of Oak Park and Bernd of Bur-
ton; and three grandchildren.
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