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February 13, 1987 - Image 175

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-02-13

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daughter, Mrs. Frank (Lucy)
Simons; a son, Lawrence of
Forest Grove, Ore.; 13 grand-
children and eight great-
grandchildren.

LOUIS KAY, 89, of Oak Park,
died Feb. 7. Survived by his
wife, Alice; a son, Marvin; four
daughters, Mrs. George (Faye)
Bright, Mr. Noah (Judy)
Shannee of Israel, Mrs. Jack
(Louise) Gabe and Mrs. Irving
(Janice) Frank; two sisters,
Mrs. Selven (Eve) Isaacson and
Mrs. Harold (Lillian) Cohen;
18 grandchildren and four
great-grandchildren.

ALBERT KOFENDER, 72,
of Detroit, died Feb. 9. Sur-
vived by two daughters, Bon-
nie and Janet of San Marco,
Calif.; a brother, William, and
three grandchildren.

ABE LESSER, 85, died Feb.
9. He leaves three sons, Jef-
frey, Roger and Steven; two
sisters, Mrs. Sybil Franklin
and Mrs. Kate Katz; and two
grandsons.

SAMUEL LETWINSKY, 78,
of Mt. Clemens, died Feb. 7.
Survived by two brothers,
Robert M. Ostrow and Michael
Ostrow of Little Rock, Ark.;
two sisters, Mrs. William (Be-
ssie) Katz and Mrs. Milton
(Fannie) Heller of Lauderhill,
Fla.

JACK
NATHAN
"SHORTY" LEVENTEN,
80, died Feb. 5. He leaves a
daughter, Carol Leventen
Duane of East Lansing; a
brother, Malcolm; a sister,
Mrs. Irving (Lily) Belinsky;
and two grandchildren.

ROSE OSHER, 94, died Feb.
10. She leaves three sons, Sid-
ney and Dr. Seymour, both of
Flint, and Edward of Linden,
Mich.; a daughter, Mrs. Her-
man (Marilyn) Slutsky of
California; 17 grandchildren
and 11 great-grandchildren.

MARY ROSENBERG, 68,
died Feb. 9. She leaves her
husband, Edward; a daughter,
Mrs. Martin (Ilene) C. Adler;
two sisters, Mrs. Gertrude
Komorn and Mrs. Frieda Kolb;
and two grandchildren.

LILLIAN ROSNER, 75,
former Detroiter of North
Miami, Fla., died Feb. 3. Sur-
vived by her husband, Michael;
and relatives.

MARGARET SCHMITTEL,
94, of Detroit, died Feb. 8. Sur-
vived by a daughter, Mrs. Lila
Kole; a sister, Gertrude Levin;
seven grandchildren and 11
great-grandchildren.

PHILIP SILVERSTEIN, of
Brooklyn, N.Y., died Feb. 10.
Survived by two daughters,
Mrs. Leo (Pauline) Weiss of
Southfield and Mrs. Howard
(Joan) Heller of Brooklyn;
grandchildren and great-

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JEWISH
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FANNIE STEIN, 85, of De-
troit, died Feb. 5. Survived by
two daughters, Mrs. Aaron
(Ruth) Blake and Mrs.
Emanuel (Shirley) Ravet; ten
grandchildren and two great-
grandchildren.

RUTH WEINBERGER, 77,
of Oak Park, died Feb. 4. Sur-
vived by two daughters, Mrs.
Irving (Phyllis) Kaplan and
Marlene Shillman; two sisters,
Mrs. Yetta Dubrinsky and
Mrs. Jean Somberg of Los
Angeles, Calif.; and four
grandchildren.

Ben Salon

Ben Salon, a manufacturer's
representative for the men's
clothing industry, died Feb. 4
at age 90.
Born in Ft. Wayne, Ind., Mr.
Salon lived 58 years in Detroit.
He was a member of Temple
Beth El, the Masons in Ft.
Wayne, Men's Apparel Club
and Jewish War Veterans.
He leaves two daughters,
Mrs. Edward (Renee) Stone
and Mrs. Bernard (Colette)
Rosner; a brother, Dr. Harry of
Ft. Wayne; three sisters, Mrs.
Harry (Bess) Landy and Mrs.
I.L. (Fannie) Bronstein, both of
Ft. Wayne and Mrs. Ray
(Pearl) Shonfield of In-
dianapolis, Ind.; and nine
grandchildren.

Annette Kravetz

Annette Isaacs Kravetz, like
her father, the late Mr. Ber-
nard Isaacs, the organizing
superintendent of the United
Hebrew Schools, a dedicated
Hebraist who was a member of
the teaching staff of the schools
under his direction, died in
Baltimore Feb. 7 at age 72.
Mrs. Kravetz's teaching re-
cord, always in the devotions
acquired from her father, was
on the UHS and B'nai Moshe
religious school staffs. She was
an activist in religious move-
ments and in Baltimore she
was especially aligned with
Hadassah and the Jewish
Community Center.
She is survived by four sons,
Mordechai, Jacob, Moishe,
Yuruchim; three daughters,
Chasia Menchel, Bluma Eps-
tein and Margolite Abramson;
three brothers, Ruben Isaacs of
Detroit, Emanuel Isaacs and
Irving Isaacs; and 44 grand-
children.

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