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December 13, 1985 - Image 102

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-12-13

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102: Friday-4 pecernpern 1,3) A985 THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

In loving memory of

OBITUARIES

Henry Mills

Henry Hank Mills, owner of
Midway Electronics Supply Co.,
died Dec. 9 at age 62.
Born in Detroit, Mr. Mills also
was a consultant in the elec-
tronics industry to such clients
as the Internal Revenue Service.
He was a ham radio operator
and held the highest license
from the FCC, that of an
amateur extra class ham radio
operator.
He held a commercial FCC
license for almost 50 years and
was a member of the Quarter
Century Wireless Association.
He was active with Southfield
Civil Defense as an amateur
civilian emergency service
member.
In the late 1930s, Mr. Mills
had a top priority security
clearance to do experimental
work at the Squire Labs for the
U.S. Army Signal Corps at Ft.
Monmouth, N.J. His activity in
civil defense dates back to prior
to World War II when he volun-
teered for the Merchant Marine
as a radio operator with the
rank of ensign.

Later, Mr. Mills taught elec-
tronics in the Navy and ran the
NAJ radio station. He volun-
teered for submarine duty and
served in the Atlantic and
Pacific.
A Department of Michigan,
Jewish War Veterans, historian
Mr. Mills was three time com-
mander of the Robert J. Rafel-
son Post of the JWV. Recently,
he was a law enforcement in-
structor for the Michigan De-
partment of Natural Resources.
He was a division officer in the
Coast Guard Auxiliary, receiv-
ing a certificate of appreciation
from that division.
He is survived by his wife,
Dorothy; two daughters, Mrs.
. Stuart (Nettie) Rosen and
Linda; three sons, Gary Droz,
Alan Droz and Kenneth Droz; a
brother Leonard Milstein; and
two grandchildren.

presentations at universities
throughout the country in the
areas of knowledge-based repre-
sentation formalisms and logic-
based expert systems.
He leaves his wife, Wilfriede;
a son, Daniel; a daughter, Nitsa;
his father, Dr. Michael; a sister,
Mrs. Warren (Joann) Shwayder;
and a brother, Donald of Cam-
bridge, Mass.

Allen Saltz

Allen A. Saltz, an attorney,
died Dec. 6 at age 75.
Born in New York, Mr. Saltz
was a former residential builder,
a licensed insurance broker and
a licensed real estate broker.
He was a member of Perfec-
tion Lodge of the Masons, Louis
D. Brandeis Lodge of B'nai
B'rith and the Infants Service
Group. He was a former member
of Temple Israel and Adat
Shalom Synagogue.
Mr. Saltz leaves his wife, Lee;
two sons, Leonard Saltz and
Sheldon Kaye; a brother, Harold
of Calabasas, Calif.; a sister,
Mrs. Ernie (Tess) Sackse of
Laguna Hills, Calif.; and five
grandchildren.

Myrtle Redisch

Myrtle Elizabeth Redisch, a
life member of Women's Ameri-
can ORT, died Dec. 8 at age 77.
Born in Toledo, Ohio, Mrs.
Redisch was a past president of
Parkwood Chapter, Women's
American ORT; a life member of
Hadassah, Brandeis University
National Women's Committee;
and was secretary of United
Order of True Sisters.
She also was a life member of
Pioneer Women, Sinai Hospital
Guild and was a member of
Temple Beth El for 50 years.
She was a member of the Tem-
ple Beth El Sisterhood, National
Council of Jewish Women and

received an Israel Bonds Woman
of the Year Award in 1974.
Mrs. Redisch also was chosen
as woman of the year by Oak-
land Century Lodge in 1983.
She attended Northern High
School and the former City Col-
lege of Detroit (now Wayne
State University).
She is survived by her hus-
band, David; two sons, Stephen
and Dr. Robert; a sister, Mrs.
Jack (Miriam) Martin of Beverly
Hills, Calif.; and four
grandchildren.

In Loving Memory of

SARA L. HARRIS

Who died Dec. 19, 1984. Sadly missed by her
husband, Sidney; daughters, Roslyn, Hilda; sons,
Melvin and Jeffrey; grandchildren, Rebecca,
Annette, Amy and Mark.

Esther Moskovitz

HAPPY HANUKAH

Esther Micon Moskovitz, a

TO ALL FROM

member of Jewish women's
organizations, died Dec. 5 at age
73.
Born in Kitchener, Ont., Mrs.
Moskovitz was a member of
Hadassah, Cong. Beth Abraham
Hillel Moses and its sisterhood
and Sinai Hospital Guild.
She leaves her husband, Carl;
a daughter, Mrs. Jack (Lorraine)
Shiffman; two brothers, David
Moss and Jack Moss; two
granddaughters and three
great-grandchildren.

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Who passed away Dec. 8,
1983. Always in our hearts
and forever in our
memories. Sadly missed by
his son, Bruce; daughter-
in-law, Susan; and the Fer-
shtman family.

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