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August 30, 1985 - Image 87

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-08-30

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N.Y.; a brother, Vladimer of
New Haven, Conn.; and one
grandchild.

IDA MODIEST, 89, of South-
field, died Aug. 24. Survived by
a son, Herbert; two daughters,
Mrs. Isadore (Sylvia) Bernstein
and Mrs. Marian Furci of
Rochester; a brother, Isadore
Dobkin of Brighton, Mass.; a
sister, Mrs. Francis Miller of
Brookline, Mass.; 13 grand-
children and 17 great-grand-
children.

ARCHIE POLAKOW, 68, of
Ann Arbor, died Aug. 19. Sur-
vived by a son, Dr. Everard of
South Africa; a daughter, Dr.
Valerie Polakow-Suransky of
Ann Arbor; two brothers, Ralph
and Harry, both of South Africa;
two sisters, Gertie Isaacson and
Clara Chaimo, both of South Af-
rica; and five grandchildren.
Interment Ann Arbor.

GOLDA POLAKOW, 66, of
Ann Arbor, died Aug. 19. Sur-
vived by a son, Dr. Everard of
South Africa; a daughter, Dr.
Valerie Polakow-Suransky of
Ann Arbor; a brother, Sydney
Peimer of South Africa; and five
grandchildren. Interment Ann
Arbor.

LOURINE A. POLASKY died
Aug. 22. She leaves a sister,
Mrs. Mathew M. (Berenice)
Wolfe; a nephew, Anthony
Payson; and three great-
nephews, Anthony Payson II,
Marc Payson and David Payson.

PAULA FAYE RAVIN, 35, of
Southfield, died Aug. 21 in Tel
Aviv, Israel. Survived by her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney
(Sylvia) Ravin of Southfield; a
brother, Dr. Sheldon of Colorado
Springs, Colo.; and her grand-
father, Morris Dorn of Oak
Park.

HENRIETTA ROSENTHAL,
88, died Aug. 27. She leaves her
husband, Benjamin; a son, Irv-
ing of Cocoanut Creek, Fla.; a
daughter, Mrs. Sam (Lois)
Silver; two brothers, Marvin
Gerlock and Alfred Gerlock; four
grandchildren and seven great-
grandchildren.

RAE SIEGEL, 82, of South-
field, died Aug. 20. Survived by
a son, Morton; two daughters,
Mrs. Abe (Betty) Kole and Mrs.
Lloyd (Doris) Paul; three
brothers, Louis C. Ryke of
Ocaloa, Fla., David *Ice and
Irving Ryke of Warren; a sister,
Mrs. Jack (Lilly) B000lor; and
eight grandsons,

daughters, Mrs. Ralph (Flor-
ence) Paskel, Mrs. Irving (Ruth)
Jaffee of Deerfield Beach, Fla.,
Mrs. Morris (Gertrude) Fine;
four grandchildren and nine
great-grandchildren.

Jacob G. (Bud) Brown, vice
president of the Brown-Dreifus
Agency for ten years, died Aug.
26 at age 71.
/Born in Detroit, Mr. Brown
was a member of Temple Beth
El. In 1965, he was a winner of
the Port Huron to Mac-
kinac boat 'race. He was a
former Eagle Scout and received
the Gold Palm Award. In 1929,
he represented Detroit in the
World Scout Jamboree in
England.
He was a member and former
commander of the Great Lakes
Yacht Club. Mr. Brown was a
past president of the Michigan
Chapter of the Society of Char-,
tered Property and Casualty
Underwriters. He also was a
World War II veteran.
He leaves his wife, Miriam;
two sons, Stephen of Illinois and
Roger of California; a daughter,
Mrs. Joan Coatta; three sisters,
Mrs. Alfred (Norma) Cohen of
San Diego, Calif., Mrs. John
(Ruth Joy) Kent of Pennsyl-
vania and Mrs. Archie (Mar-
garet Edith) McCardell of Con-
necticut; and two grandchildren.

Dr. H.M. Podolsky

Heritage Hospital and was
former chief of family medicine
at Outer Drive Hospital,
He was a founding member of
the Oakwood Hospital staff. Dr,
Podolsky was a member of the

Wayne County Medical Society,

American Medical Society,
Michigan State Medical Society,
Cong. Shaarey Zedek and Per-
fection Lodge of the Masons.
He leaves his wife, Ruth; four
sons, Dr. Morris of New York,
Dr, Arnold, Dr. Daniel of Maine
and Jonathan; a daughter, Mrs.
Maribeth Lerner of Penney' ,
van* two sisters, Mrs. Isadore
(Lillian) Shumaker and Mrs.
Evelyn M. Becker; and seven
grandchildren.

On MAN RACK, beloved
husband of Lena, devoted
father of Mrs. Seymour
(Jean) Darastt, Jack and
Sam and cherished grand-
father of Lydia Bassin,
WAYIS Sernett and *bin
fil‘gar Dd reet ,grandeen
441141.111110 i Bassin.

SAMUEL STERNS, 14, of Oak
Park, died Aug. 24. Survived by
two eons, Gary M, of Zwergreen,
Colo., and Mark of Larkspur,
Calif.; a ;laughter, Karen; and a
sister, Dorothy Stern,

SHEA WaSOSKO, SO, died
Au , 26, She leaves a son,
ildren.

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