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November 20, 1987 - Image 143

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-11-20

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Sidney A. Deitch

DETROIT
MONUMENT
WORKS

14441 W. 11 Mile Rd.

and Mrs. Ann Levy of
Phoenix, Ariz.; and two
grandchildren.

BESS STENBUCK, 87, died
Nov. 14. She leaves a son,
Fred of Aurora, Colo.; five
grandchildren and six
great-grandchildren.

COLE
BERTHA
STILMAN, 88, of Southfield,
died Nov. 12. Survived by a
son, Martin Cole; two
daughters, Mrs. Mildred
Stoller-Fishman and Mrs.
Harold (Shirlee) Rosin; a
brother, Julius Silverman;
five grandchildren and nine
greatgrandchildren.

SAUL TAFLER, 81, former
Detroiter of Tucson, Ariz.,
died Nov. 15. He leaves a
daughter, Mrs. Sally Freed of
Tucson; one granddaughter;
nieces and nephews. Inter-
ment Detroit.

LEO
CHESTER
ZOLLMAN, 74, died Nov. 17.
He leaves two daughters, Mrs.
Martin (Barbara) Demlow
and Mrs. Gerald (Sandra)
Stabnick; a brother, Elmer; a
sister, Eleanor Atkins; and
four grandchildren.

Dr. Saltzstein

For half a century, Dr.
Harry Saltzstein had the
rating among the highest
ranking surgeons in
Michigan. Then commenced a
career as a medical writer
and he became the leading
historiographer of Detroit's
Sinai Hospital. His death on
his 97th birthday on Nov. 11,
was at a time when the
records he compiled of the
Sinai Hospital are to be ex-
panded into a full-length com-
munal history.
Sinai historical data cur-
rently assembled by Dr.
Herbert Bloom is based in
great measure upon Dr.
Saltzstein's research.
Nearly seven decades ago,
Dr. Saltzstein was among the
champions of a Jewish
hospital to counteract anti-
Semitic prejudices against
Jewish doctors and patients
in local hospitals and on a
nation-wide basis.
It was at the turn of this
century that the landsman-
shaften and Yiddish-speaking
factions here organized the
Hebrew Hospital Association
to propagate establishment of
a Jewish hospital. The func-
tioning leaders, the Jewish
Welfare Federation influence,
was strongly against such a
hospital. It opposed
parochialism. Then came a
turn in sentiments. Support
increased and Dr. Saltzstein
was among the "converts to

the hospital movement" who
acted firmly to make it a
reality. Dr. Saltzstein was ma-
jor in the ranks of those who
achieved it.
Dr. Saltzstein was a 1910
graduate of Yale University
and a 1914 graduate of Johns
Hopkins school of medicine.
He did his internship in 1917
at Sinai Hospital New York,
then became a captain in the
Army Medical Corps during
World War I, serving in
France.
In 1921, he came to Detroit
to join the Harper Hospital
surgical staff. He became
chief of surgery at Sinai when
it opened in Detroit in 1953,
staying in that post until
1957. He retired in 1961.
Dr. Saltzstein was a fellow
in the American College of
Surgeons. He was a member
of the Michigan and Wayne
County Medical Societies,
American Medical Associa-
tion, American Board of
Surgery, Detroit Surgical
Society, Detroit Academy of
Surgery, American College of
Surgeons, American
Gastroenterology Associa-
tion, Society of Head and
Neck Surgeons and American
Medical Writers Association.
Dr. Saltzstein is survived by
a brother-in-law, Herschel
Kreger; nieces, cousins and
nephews, including David C.
Kreger and Alan T. Kreger.

Janet Rudoff

Janet Rudoff, a former
Detroiter who was involved in
the activities of the National
Conference of Christians and
Jews in Santa Monica, Calif.,
died Oct. 19 at age 57.
A resident of Santa Monica
at the time of her death, Mrs.
Rudoff also was a member of
that city's Beth Sholom
Temple.
She is survived by her hus-
band, Leonard; three sons,
Roger and Mathew, both of
Mountainview, Calf., and
Douglas of Redondo Beach,
Calif.; two sisters, Mrs.
Leonard (Judith) Bensky of
Southfield and Marian
Meyers of Santa Monica. In-
terment Los Angeles.

Anna Gordon

Anna Gordon, a life
member of Cong. Shaarey
Zedek, died Nov. 11 at age 93.
Born in Detroit, Mrs. Gor-
don also was a life member of
the Woman's Auxiliary of the
United Hebrew Schools. She
was a 1912 graduate of Cass
Tech High School.
She leaves two sons, Rabbi
Albert of Wilmington, N.C.,
and Milton of Los Angeles,
Calif.; ten grandchildren and
four great-grandchildren.

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