100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

The University of Michigan Library provides access to these materials for educational and research purposes. These materials may be under copyright. If you decide to use any of these materials, you are responsible for making your own legal assessment and securing any necessary permission. If you have questions about the collection, please contact the Bentley Historical Library at bentley.ref@umich.edu

November 28, 2003 - Image 144

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-11-28

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

Obituaries

OBITS from page 115

University, the University of
Dayton, the Dayton Art Institute,
Kettering Memorial Hospital, the
Dayton Area Progress Council, the
National Urban League and Hebrew
Union College. He also served as
director of Bank One Dayton,
Elder-Berman Stores Inc., Charter
One Financial, Michigan National
Corp. and M.A. Hanna Co.
Mr. Jacob is survived by his wife,
Pat Jacob; daughter and son-in-law,
Pat and David VanArtsdalen; son
and daughter-in-law, Andy and
Linda Jacob of Franklin; grandchil-
dren, Jennifer and David
VanArtsdalen, Sarah, Adam and
Noah Jacob; sister-in-law, Reva
Jacob. He was the devoted brother
of the late Robert Jacob, the late
Adele "Dolly" Goldberg, the late
Rolla Doner and the late Eleanor
Hartman; dear brother-in-law of the
late Irving Goldberg and the late
Brod Doner.
Interment at Beth El Memorial
Park. Contributions may be directed
to the Orchards Children Services,

attended the University of Miami
and then entered the
Army in 1939, where
he rose to the rank of
chief warrant officers
before returning to
civilian life in 1945.
In 1946, Mr. Jacob
co-founded Cadillac
Jacob
Plastic and Chemical
Co. in Detroit with
his brother, Bob. In 1957, the men
sold the company, taking stock in
what came to be known as Dayco.
When this company ran into finan-
cial trouble in the 1960s, the broth-
ers were picked to run the company.
After his brother's death in 1971,
Mr. Jacob became CEO and later
chairman of Dayco.
Mr. Jacob was devoted to numer-
ous charitable and civic causes. He
was a co-founder of the Hundred
Club of Dayton, which helped the
widows and orphans of policemen
and firemen who lost their lives in
public service. He was a past board
member of the Wright State

Jewish Puzzler

1

11

12

31

32

'33

11111 "MEI
51
111
49 50

52

53

111111

ill 5

IIII

ill
17

16



11111

19

25

III

29

28

35

46

56

.

43

41

44

59

58

57

63

I

I a:: .

1 :7
4:

1, 1z

2003

116

55

27

26

33

43

45

11/28

10

22

30

40

42

65

ill

37

36

39

61

9

III

18

20

24

23

54

7

15

13

34

6

60

64

70

30215 Southfield Road, Southfield,
MI 48076 and Hospice of Dayton,
324 Wilmington Avenue, Dayton,
Ohio 45420 or Orchards Children's
Services in Southfield. Arrangements
by Ira Kaufman Chapel.

and Tribute Program, Dept. 77, 3968,
Chicago, IL, 60678-3968; or to Jewish
National Fund, (800) 542-8733.
Interment at Hebrew Memorial Park
Cemetery. Arrangements by Hebrew
Memorial Chapel.

ABRAHAM "AL" KROSNICK, 92,
of Oak Park, died Nov. 24, 2003.
He is survived by his children,
Morton Krosnick of Southfield,
Rochelle Ann (Shelley) Krosnick of
Oak Park; grandchildren, Robert
Krosnick, Richard and Debbie
Krosnick, Alisa and Greg Bowman;
great-grandchildren, Jessica Rose and
Rebecca Lynn Bowman, Daniel
Isaac and Noah Ethan Krosnick; sis-
ter-in-law, Helen Levinson. He was
the loving husband of the late Rose
Krosnick; dear father-in-law of the
late Diane Krosnick.
Contributions may be made to
Hospice of Michigan, 2525 Telegraph,
Suite 100, Bloomfield Hills, MI
48302; Gilda's Club, 2517 Rochester
Road, Royal Oak, MI 48073;
American Heart Association, Memorial

RUTH LEVITT, 87, of Huntington
Woods, died Nov. 17, 2003.
She is survived by her husband,
Arthur Levitt; sons and daughter-in-
law, Joel Levitt and Valerie Metz of
California, Robin Levitt of
California; grandchildren, Stacy
Levitt, Megan Levitt-Metz, Madison
Levitt-Metz; sisters-
in-law, Ruth Pizer
and Laura Barr. Mrs.
Levitt was the loving
sister of the late
Rodelle Epstein; dear
sister-in-law of the
late Bernard Epstein
Levitt
and the late
Lawrence Pizer.
Interment at Beth El Memorial
Park. Contributions may be made to
the Joseph and Hannah Broder

Across
1. Prophesize
4. Sukkot
9. Babylonian
Talmud editor
13. Entebbe rescue
14. First minor prophet
,
15. Jakob the
Shoah film
16. Competent
17. Israeli bronze
medallist
19. Bubbe
21. Haifa to Hebron
(direction)
22. Hebrew letter
23. Used his tuchas
24. Observe Shabbat
26. Tu b'Shevat planting?
28. Title for Montefiore
29. Herzl et al
34. Israel in 1948
37. Biblical crop
38. Sandal
39. Pro-Roman
monarch
40. Rabbi Isaac Luria
41. Like Chanukah
candles
42. Cursed eye?
43. Six-Day and Gulf
44. Prayed
45. Actress Kahn
47. Capable
48. Not: combined form

49. Comic Mort
51. Business degree
54. Dike
57. Depot (abbreviation)
59. Ziegfeld dancers
61. Breaks a command
ment
64. Third dynasty king
65. Sukkah decoration?
66. Uzi
Tau,
67. Zeta
fraternity
68. Ender
69. Bealzebub
70. Eat (Yiddish)

Down
1. Israeli Cactus
2. Israeli resort
3. Adam's homeland
Shabbos,
4.
observant
5. Dances
6. Tel-Aviv to Bet
She'an (direction)
7. Lions' lairs .
8. H-aircare guy
carte
9
10. Sheldon and
Gordon
11. Islamic pilgrim
12. Esther's kingdom?
13. Shmatahs (English)
18. Haman or Amalek
20. Like a raisin

25. Troubles (Yiddish)
27. Historic river
28. Had by a gonif
30. Mt. Gilboa flower
31. Ark
32. Tekiah
33. Pomegranate plenty
34. Ham's brother
35. Shoemaker
36. Negev climate
37. The Godfather, star
41. Commandment
word
43. Actress Shelly
46. Ten tribes?
(Potok)
47. The
50. Israeli city
51. Marceau emulators
52. Lahr and Parks
53. Khazars' homeland
54. Man Ray art style
55. Man (Hebrew)
56. Speechless
58. Richard Tucker
specialty
60. Pierced as sign of
bondsman
62. Nimoy, casually
63. Often to Bialik

For crossword anSiVelS,
please see page 118.

Back to Top

© 2021 Regents of the University of Michigan