During the coming week Yeshiva Beth Yehudah will
observe the yahrtzeits of the following departed friends,
with the traditional memorial prayer, recitation of kaddish
and studying of mishnayos.
Loretto Gild() Finkelstein
Max Lionel Roimi
Chan() Ovora Kozerinski
Samuel A. Klepfish
Benjamin Berry •
Ida Esther Becker
Joseph G. Betansky
Edith G. Cohen
Dora Esther Green
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Southfield, Michigan 48075
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WE'RE FIGHTING FOR `CUR LIFE
Mr. Landau and his family
New York (JTA) — William
Landau, a past president of the were major benefactors of the
Jewish Telegraphic Agency and Riverdale (Bronx, N.Y.) YM-
longtime active member of its YWHA, whose building is
board of directors, died at the
age of 67.
Mr. Landau served as pres-
ident of JTA between 1973 and
1979 and as chairman of the
board from 1979 to 1985. He
was chairman of the board's
Budget and Finance Commit-
tee at the time of his death.
He served on the boards of
several other Jewish organiza-
tions, including UJA/Federation named for his parents, the late
of New York and the New York Fred and Anna Landau.
A political activist, he also
Association for New Americans.
He was also a member of the served as campaign treasurer
Westchester Reform Synagogue for numerous candidates for na-
in Scarsdale, N.Y., and served tional and local public office.
on its board of directors.
He was a longtime,
of the Jewish
RACHEL BARCLAY, 91, of
Huntington Woods, died Aug. 13.
She is survived by her son and
daughter-in-law, Dr. Mel and Dr.
Roslyn of Ann Arbor; daughters
and son-in-law, Dr. Greta and
William Lipson of Huntington
Woods, Geraldine Barclay of
Birmingham; sister and brother-
in-law, Adele and Hy Rotman of
Hamilton, Ont.; five grandchil-
dren; three great-grandchildren.
tinyStreicher and Lynda Ciolek
of New York City; brother,
Bernard Cooper of Oak Park; two
grandchildren; one great-grand-
ANNETTE HAGENJOS, 81, of
Lathrup Village, died Aug. 9. She
leaves her daughter and son-in-
law, Bernice and Murray
Halpern of Willingboro, N.J.; two
101, of DR. LEO KALLMAN, 92, of
Southfield, died Aug. 12. She is Southfield, died Aug. 8. He leaves
survived by a son, Henry of many nieces and nephews.
LILLIAN FARKAS, 86, of
ROBERT H. "CHIEF" KEILA,
66, of Farmington Hills, died Aug.
9. He is survived by his wife, Bar-
bara; daughters and sons-in-law,
Grace and Steven Weiss of South-
field, Hilary and Dr. Corey Haber
of West Bloomfield, Robin and
David Pappas of Farmington
CHARLES GLASMAN, 80, of Hills; brother and sister-in-law,
Chicago, El., formerly of Detroit, Archie and Edith of Deerfield
died Aug. 12. He is survived by Beach, Fla.; sister, Jean Wein-
sister, Rose Roland of Southfield; garden-Friedman of Deerfield
Beach; brother-in-law and sister-
niece and nephews.
in-law, Mike and Beverly Apple
BELLA GOODMAN, 101, of of Livonia; five grandchildren.
Staten Island, N.Y., died Aug. 3.
She is survived by her son, Jack MARIAN IRENE LEFT, 85, of
of Staten Island; daughters and Oak Park, died Aug. 12. She
son-in-law, Lillian Wolfson of leaves a daughter, Iris Parlan-
Staten Island, Gertrude and Sam geli of Huntington Woods; sister
Cohen of Oak Park; six grand- and brother-in-law, Shirley and
children; nine great-grandchil- Lawrence Kopel of Southfield;
dren; seven great-great-grand- two grandsons.
children. Interment in Queens,
JOSEPH LEPSETZ, 79, of
Southfield, died Aug. 13. He is sur-
HAROLD GOODMAN, 100, of vived by his wife, Bertha; sons and
Southfield, died Aug. 13. He is daughters-in-law, Richard and
survived by his daughters and Ronda of Southfield, Steve and Al-
sons-in-law, Violet and Leonard ice of West Bloomfield; daughter
Soltar of West Bloomfield, Lenore and son-in-law, Sahron and Ken-
and Albert Miller of Detroit; six neth Urbach of Lake Mary, Fla.;
grandchildren; four great-grand- sister and brothers-in-law, Tillie
Small, Ann and Nate Wolf, Kay
and Arnold Wasserman, all of (
YE1TA GOODMAN, 79, of Oak Southfield; six grandchildren.
Park, died Aug. 8. She leaves a
son and daughter-in-law, Mar- OBITS page 144
Bloomfield Hills, died Aug. 10.
She leaves a daughter and son-
in-law, Rose Rita and Sheldon
Goldman of Bloomfield Hills; two