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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-02-07

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Friday, February 7, 1986

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

OBITUARIES

Harvey Gordon and Irene Kronen, children of
the late

MORRIS GORDON

Acknowledge with grateful appreciation the
many kind expressions of sympathy extended by
relatives and friends during the family's recent be-
reavement.

In loving memory of

In loving memory of .

ESTHER
GASTMAN

WILLIAM
GEORGE CAPLAN

Who left us Feb. 5, 1941.
Not dead to us who loved
him, but gone before.
Sadly missed by your
brother, Dr. B. B. Caplan,
and your sister, Mrs. Ann
Feldman (Nathan) of Col-
umbus, Ohio, and North
Miami, Fla., and their
families.

ROSE L. AUGUST, 89, former

Detroiter of Camarillo, Calif.,
died Jan. 28. She leaves a son,
Dr. Alvin of Camarillo; a
brother, Joseph Miller; seven
grandchildren and nine great-
grandchildren. Interment De-
troit.
PHILIP BRANT, 80, of South-
field, died Jan. 29. Survived by
his wife, Rebecca (Bertha); a
son, Dr. Leonard of San Fran-
cisco, Calif.; a daughter, Mrs.
Edward J. (Elaine) Treisman;
six grandchildren and one great
grandson.

of Florida; and six grand-
children. Interment Florida.

ginia; and a sister, Mrs. David
(Susan) Katz of West Virginia.
Interment Boston.

SARA GORMAN, 82, former

JACK WEINMAN,

Detroiter of Manilus, N.Y., died
Feb. 4. Survived by a son, Mar-
vin of Cheshire, Conn.; three
grandchildren and one great-
grandchild. Graveside services 1
p.m. Sunday at Hebrew Memo-
rial Park.

SAM LOUIS LETVIN, 75, died

83, of
Southfield, died Feb. 3. Survived
by his wife, Rachel; two daugh-
ters, Mrs. Marshall (Ruth) Weitz
and Mrs. Irving (Shirley)
Wineman; a brother, Sam; seven
grandchildren and five great-
grandchildren.

RUTH YOUNG, 61, former De-
Feb. 1. He leaves his wife, Ruth; troiter of Pepper Pike, Ohio,
two daughters, Mrs. Robert died Jan. 28. Survived by two
Who passed away on
(Barbara) Simons of Longwood sons, Jeffrey and Kevin of
Feb. 7, 1982. She is sadly
Circle, Fla., and Mrs. Ken (Sha- Orange, Ohio; a daughter,
missed by her family.
ron) Chupack; two brothers, Abe Lauren of Denver, Colo.; her
YANOVER
and Albert; and five grand- mother, Mrs. Edith Kuhel of
JEANETTE
University Heights, Ohio; a
BROWN, 78, former Detroiter
children.
of Miami Beach, Fla., died Jan.
brother, Dr. Eli Kuhel of South-
In Blessed Memory of Brother
29. She leaves a sister, Mrs. GETTA MALACH, 90, died field; and five grandchildren.
Joseph (Freda) Josephson of Jan. 28. She leaves a son, Cecil; Interment Ohio.
and Brother-in-Law
Southfield; two brothers, Dr. four daughters, Mrs. Charles
Robert Yanover of Great Neck,
(Dorothy) Wender, Mrs. Harry
N.Y., and Barney Yanover of (Shirley) Bockoff, Mrs. Solomon
Bloomfield Hills; nieces and (Frances) Levine and Mrs. Pat-
Feb. 6, 1976
nephews. Interment Detroit.
rick (Rose) Sexton; a brother, Henry Krolik
We who knew your splendor and basked within
Nathan Weisman of Dayton,
95,
died
its glow are richer for the love you shared, and the
FRANCES CHASON,
Henry Krolik drew upon a
Ohio; a sister, Mrs. Paul (Sarah)
Jan. 31. She leaves a daughter, Frydman of Dayton; 12 grand- lifeline of parental standards
devotion you bestowed.
Mrs. George (Juanita) Victor; a children, seven great-grand- that influenced four decades of
The Lord make His face to shine upon thee ...
brother, James Miller of Hal- children and one great-great- retaining a noteworthy paternal
landale, Fla.; four grandchildren grandson.
image. His many services to De-
Bless thee and keep thee, and give thee peace.
and 11 great-grandchildren.
troit Jewry and to movements to
BESSIE NYMAN, 92, of South- set high standards in public and
SAM COHN, 88, of Garden field, died Feb. 4. Survived by political life were his dedication
Yetta V. and Max Englander
City, died Jan. 31. Survived by two sons, Harold and Saul of to• the ideals of his father, Ju-
a son, Barrie of Alburquerque, Columbus, Ohio; two daughters, lian H. Krolik, who was re-
N.M.; two brothers, Dr. Saul Mrs. Irving (Selma) Elkin and spected as a close associate of
Cole of Royal Oak and Maruice Mrs. Gertrude (Nan) Pickman; Fred M. Butzel, Isaac Shetzer
Advertising in The Jewish News
Cohen of Toronto, Ont.
12 grandchildren and eight and the leading personalities in
Gets Results
great-grandchildren.
Michigan Jewry.
RICHARD E. COLLINS, 73, of
Mr. Krolik, who died Jan. 30
Place Your Ad Today.
Southfield died Feb. 3. Survived
at age 70, followed in his
86,
died
Feb.
Call 354-6060
by his wife, Helen; two sons, RITA V. REISS,
father's footsteps as a devoted
Dennis S. of Springfield, Mass., 2. She leaves a son, Jerome L.; member of numerous Jewish
and David of Surfside Beach, two brothers, Donald Levinson Welfare Federation agencies and
S.C.; a daughter, Mrs. Earl (De- and Jerry Levinson; and two gained special recognition for
borah Anne) McMahen of Royal granddaughters.
his advocacy of liberalism politi-
Oak; and two grandchildren.
cally. As an organizer of the
ThEIRA
89,
of
Oak
BESSIE SASAN,
Michigan Chapter of Americans
(ADOLF) Park, died Feb. 2. Survived by
ADOLPH
for Democratic Action, he was
ufMAN Ira Kaufman
DEUTSCH, 87, of Detroit, died two daughters, Mrs. Celia Dunn ready at all times to assume re-
Jan. 30. Survived by his wife, and Mrs. Seymour (Marilyn S.) sponsibility by accepting roles in
Irma; a son, Henry; and one Matenky; and five grand- the minutest political offices, as
children.
grandson.
long as they assured justice for
nEl. Herbert Kaufman
the. oppressed, fairness for the
BEULAH ZECHMAN SAU-
MOSHE DORFMAN, 88,
liberalism as a ad
leaves blacks,
for
honest
politics by all office
former Detroiter of Ganey TER, 82, died Feb. 2. She
David Techner
Yehudah, Israel, died Jan. 30. a daughter, Mrs. Elliot . (Harriet) seekers.
INC.
Moser
of
Houston,
Tex.;
eight
A native Detroiter, Mr. Krolik
Survived by his wife, Malka; a grandchildren and four great-
son, Henry of Franklin; two
was graduated from Antioch
FUNERALS TO ALL JEWISH CEMETERIES
College in 1939. He earned a
daughters, Gina Dorfman Galin grandchildren.
and Rina Dorfman Gritt, both of
master's degree in public ad-
ad/uthfield,
Michigan/48075
Southfield; seven grandchildren ROSE SCHEUER, 92, of ministration at the University
18325 W. Nine Mile Rod/
o
and four great-grandchildren. Miami Beach, Fla., died Jan. 30. of Michigan in 1941 and was
(313) 569 - 0020
She leaves two sons, Abraham graduated from the Wayne State
Interment Jerusalem.
M. of Southfield and Sidney of University Law School in 1962.
HELEN FELSTEIN, 63, of Hollis, N.Y.; a. daughter, Mrs.
During World War II he
Southfield, died Jan. 29. Sur- Harold (Sylvia) Salt of White served in the Air Force. He ran
vived by her husband, Joseph; a Plains, N.Y.; six grandchildren Congressman John Dingell's
"Serving the Jewish community with
son, Bruce M. of Maryland; a and eight great-grandchildren. first campaign.
traditional dignity and understanding"
member of
daughter, Mrs. Richard (Leslye) Interment New York.
Mr. Krolik was a theJewish
Goldman of Chicago, Ill.; and
Silverman
Post
of
ISAAC SEDLETZKY (SED-
two grandchildren.
War Veterans, Temple Beth El,
LEY), 99, of Liberty, N.Y., died
Amerian Jewish Committee,
Jan. 30. Survived by two daugh- ARZA c and the American Civil
ISABEL FINSTEIN, 88, died ters, Janet Hollander of Liberty
Union.
Jan. 31. She leaves a son, and Rose Natovitz of Fairlawn, Liberties
He was an attorney with
Harold; a brother, Abe N.J.; a son, Murray Sedley of offices in Southfield.
Schwartz; two sisters, Mrs. Re-, Southfield; eight grandchildren
Mr. Krolik leaves his wife,
becca Robinson and Mrs. Selma and ten great-grandchildren. Bessie; a son, Julian of Balti-
Apel; and three granddaughters. Interment Fairview, N.Y.
more, Md.; a daughter, Babette ,
SERVING ALL CEMETERIES
Krolik-Rafsky of Brooklyn
MARY GOLDSTEIN, 75, died JIM SPERTNER, former De-
Mayer ,
Jan. 30. She leaves two sons, troiter of Boston, Mass., died N.Y.; two brothers, John
and David Mayer of ChapPaqua
Alan and Leonard of New York; Jan. 28. He leaves his wife, Viv-
Alan
H.
Dorfman
26640 GREENFIELD ROAD
N.Y.; a sister, Mrs. Arthur
three sisters, Mrs. Israel (Claire) ien; a son, David; a daughter,
OAK PARK, MICHIGAN Funeral Director & Mgr.
(Judith) Schneider; and two
Siller, Mrs. Beattie Berler and Kim; his mother, Mrs. Edgar
grandchildren.
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Mrs. Martin (Anne) Sincoff, all (Molly) Spertner of West Vir-

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