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February 24, 2005 - Image 84

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2005-02-24

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Medical Innovator

HARRY KIRS BAUM

Staff Writer

A

mong his finest accomplish-
ments, Dr. Milton Goldrath
was known as the "quintes-
sential Dad."
Dr. Goldrath, 77, of Franklin died
Feb. 16, 2005. He was doctor of
obstetrics and gynecology and prac-
ticed in Southfield and Farmington
Hills for 40 years.
He was a pioneer of the laser
endometrial ablation technique and
also developed a hydro-ablation sys-
tem that is now used worldwide. He
one of the first doctors to perform a
hysteroscopy in the United States.
Dr. Goldrath, a graduate of
University of Michigan Medical
School in Ann Arbor, served as the
chairman of Sinai Hospital of
Detroit's Ob-Gyn Department, from

1974 to 1986. He was an associate
professor at Wayne State University
in Detroit and a captain in the U.S.
Army from 1955 to 1957.
He was also a member of Temple
Israel and served on the board of the
Jewish Federation of Metropolitan
Detroit, the Allied Jewish Campaign
and ORT.
"He was not only our dad, he was
everybody's dad and all our friends
just loved him," said daughter Janet
Loeb. "He was warm, giving,
involved in our lives and an incredi-
ble example to everybody."
"He was the kindest, gentlest per-
son," said Dr. David Goldrath, his
son. "He had a very distinctive and
infectious laugh. Everybody knew he
was there."
Dr. Goldrath's wife, Gail, called
him "enormously loving and spe-
cial." We loved one another tremen-

dously. I was so
in-law, Elaine and Dt..
grateful to have had
Robert Goldman;
him in my life, even
brother and sister-in-
thought it was
law, Dr. Milton and
short," said Gail,
Sandra Nathanson and
who was married to
sisters-in-law and
him for two years.
brothers-in-law, Peggy
"I experienced a
and Stuart LaKind,
love that I never had
Diane and Dr. Harvey
in my life, and he
Komorn, and Alan
was just precious to
Lakin.
me.
He was the beloved
Dr. Goldrath is
husband of the late
survived by his wife, Dr. Milton Goldrath
Joan Goldrath, the lov-
Gail Goldrath; son
ing father of the late
and daughter-in-law, Dr. David and
Carol Goldrath Small and the dear
Dr. Carol Goldrath; daughter and
brother-in-law of the late Eleanor
son-in-law, Janet and Jeffrey Loeb;
Lakin.
son-in-law, Mark Small; stepchil-
Interment was at Beth El
dren, David and Carmen Yuzpe,
Memorial Park. Contributions may
Stephen and Stephanie Yuzpe,
be directed to the Milton H.
Phillip Yuzpe, Eric Yuzpe and Jessica
Goldrath M.D. Residence
Yuzpe; grandchildren, Emily and
Scholarship Fund, University of
Adam Small, Jonathan and Katie
Michigan Medical Development
Goldrath, and Joshua, Charlie,
Office, 301 E. Liberty, Suite 400,
Robbie and Joanna Loeb; stepgrand-
Ann Arbor, MI 48104.
children, Ashley and Keely Yuzpe,
Arrangements by Ira Kaufman
Alexander Yuzpe; sister and brother-
Chapel. 0

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Crossword

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12

Across
1. Agadah
5. Sacrifice residue
10. Drag
13. Dances
14. Puppeteer Lewis
15. Jonas Salk's
organization?
16. Power for
Rickover
17. Terrorists
18. Three: comb.
form
19. Isaac
,
Reform rabbi
20. "Ginger" actress
Louise
21. Jonah's travel
mode
22. Noodge
24. Potato roll
27. Crest
29. Tzahal divisions
33. Federation or
AZA
(abbreviation)
36. Prime minister
39. Gonifbooty
41. Enjoyed manna
42. Raphael's
headgear

43. Symphony
conductor
48. Tendler
49. Yigael Yadin's
discovery?
50. Gershwin and
Morris
52. Ellis and Long
55. Legend
(Hebrew)
59. Monty Hall
specialty
62. Musician Getz
64. Deceased
65. Lamed (English)
66. Salted at Pesach
68. Woman of

69. American
Mossad?
70. Sayest
71. Rainbows
72. Oakland A's
Holtzman
73. Shavuot
(English)
74. Zaftig (English)

Down
1. Comedian Fields
2. Made aliyah

Ells (Hebrew)
Eat (Yiddish)
Babylonian
Talmud editor
6. Seder plate item
7. Villain
8. B.C.E. word
9. Miriam to
Aaron
10. Father (Yiddish)
11. Third dynasty
king
12. Heard at the
Wall?
13. Shampoo actress
20. Seder salt water
21. Holocaust
23. Meadow
25.
a boy!!
26. Hirsch, initially
28. Jakob the
Shoah film
30. Sabin vaccine
31. Chuppah holder
32. Mt. Hermon
powder
33. World (Hebrew)
34. Columnist
Barrett
35. Idols?
37. Summer to

3.
4.
5.

Marceau
38. Leah's third
40. Path
44. Asner and Koch
45. Chaver (English)
46. Esther's
kingdom?
47. Kvetch (English)
51. Deli fare
53. Lauder
54. Flanken?
56. Fourth letter
of aleph bet
57. Say the Viddui
58. Name on towel
59. Pack for
Greenstein
60. Day writer
61. Arkin or Funt
63. Torah holders
66. Jerusalem to
Ashkelon
(direction)
67. Imitate
68. Words under
a chuppah

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For crossword answers,
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