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December 20, 1985 - Image 94

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-12-20

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Friday, December 20, 1985 THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Call The Jewish News

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354-6060

THOMAS W.
DAVIS

Who passed away Dec.
24, 1982. He put love into
my life and left me with
wonderful memories.
Sadly missed by his wife,
Delores.

SAY



WITH
TREES

SAMUEL
KATZ

18877 W. Ten Mile Road
Suite 104
Southfield, Michigan 48075
Phone: (313) 557-6644

July 25, 1910-
Jan. 4, 1985

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Azriel Eisenberg

In loving memory of

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In loving memory of

GET REMITS •

Sadly missed by your
wife, Betty; son, Ronald;
daughters, Loretta and
Barbara; grandchildren
and great-grandchild.
Your examples of love,
warmth and devotion will
live in our hearts forever.

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Azriel Eisenberg

New York — Azriel Eisen-

berg, author of books of Jewish
interest for children and adults
died Dec. 15 at age 82.
Mr. Eisenberg contributed
many book reviews over the
years to The Jewish News. He
was the former executive vice
president of the Jewish Educa-
tion Committee, now the Board
of Jewish Education.
He retired in 1966, after head-
ing boards of Jewish education
in Cincinnati, Cleveland and
Philadelphia, where he was also
dean of Gratz College.

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Marie Waife,
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New York (JTA) — Marie
Waife, the last surviving child
of Sholem Aleichem, died Nov.
30. She was 94.
Waife, who sometimes used
the name Marie Waife-Goldberg
after her marriage to B. Z.
Goldberg, the Yiddish journalist
who died in 1974, was the
suthor of My Father, Sholom
Aleichem in 1968.

Dr. Barnett Malbin

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Former Birmingham or-
thodontist, Dr. Barnett Malbin,
died Dec. 6 in New York City.
He was 88.
Dr. Malbin was graduated
from the University of Michigan
School of Dentistry. He prac-
ticed dentistry in Detroit for
many years and taught at the
university.
Dr. Malbin's interests in-
cluded books on the theater and
he donated his collection to
Wayne State University. He was
a member of the U-M

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LENA
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Acknowledges with
grateful appreciation the
many kind expressions of
sympathy extended by
relatives and friends dur-
ing the family's recent
bereavement.

President's Club and Temple
Beth El.
He also shared his wife's
interest in art. His widow, Lydia
Winston Malbin, daughter of
renowned architect Albert
Kahn, owns an extensive mod-
ern art collection, a part of
which she exhibited at the
Guggenheim Museum in New
York.
Dr. Malbin is survived by his
wife and brother, Samuel.

Rapoport came to Detroit 70
years ago. He retired in 1976.
Mr. Rapoport was the past
president of Tikvah Lodge of
B'nai B'rith and volunteered for
the Jewish National Fund.
He leaves his wife, Ruth; two
sons, Ralph of Oakland, Calif.,
and David of Falls Church, Va.;
his mother, Lottie Rapoport; and
three grandchildren.

Mary Schwartz

Belle Cohen, past president of
the Primrose Benevolent Club,
died Dec. 14 at age 82.
Born in Russia, Mrs. Cohen
also was a member of B'nai
B'rith.
She leaves a son, Maurice;
two daughters, Mrs. Donald
(Micki) Benyas and Mrs. Marvin
(Harriet) Mittelman; a brother,
Arthur Lober; and seven grand-
children.

Mary Schwartz, a volunteer at
Northside and Southside Medi-
cal Centers in Ohio, died Dec.
15 at age 83.
A former Detroiter, Mrs.
Schwartz resided in
Youngstown, Ohio, at the time
of her death. She was a member
of the Jewish Community Cen-
ter and Heritage Manor in Ohio.
She leaves a son, Charles of
Youngstown; six grandchildren
and one great-grandson.

Rose Maneli

Rose Maneli, a member of
Jewish women's organizations,
died Dec. 14 at age 83.
Born in Russia, Mrs. Maneli
was a member of B'nai B'rith,
Hadassah and Women's Ameri-
can ORT.
She leaves a son, Bernard; a
daughter, Mrs. Herbert (Audrey)
Nathan; and six grandchildren.

Belle Cohen

Isadore Kolodney

Isadore H. Kolodney, co-
founder and chairman of the
board of Progress Electric Sup-
ply Co., died Dec. 15 at age 86.
Born in Russia, Mr. Kolodney
lived in Detroit 65 years. He
was a life member of Cong.
Shaarey Zedek, active in the Al-
lied Jewish Campaign, the
Jewish National Fund and Pis-
gah Lodge of B'nai B'rith.
He leaves his wife, Edith; two
daughters, Mrs. Lawrence
(Reva) Stocker and Mrs. Don
(Thelma) Kaplan; a brother, two
sisters, six grandchildren and
five great-grandchildren.

Robert Israel

Robert Israel, a salesman for
a commercial matting company,
died Dec. 11 at age 78.
Born in Kawkawlin, Mich.,
Mr. Israel was past Michigan
director of the district commit-
tee of Workmen's Circle. He also
was a past president of Louis
Marshall Lodge of B'nai B'rith,
past officer of Metropolitan De-
troit Council of B'nai B'rith, and
was affiliated with the Jewish
Welfare Federation.
He leaves his wife, Eileen; a
daughter, Mrs. Arnold (Nancy
Jean) Grossman; and one grand-
child.

Clara Gilman

Clara Sachs Gilman, a
member of Jewish communal
organizations, died Dec. 11 at
age 82.
Born in Russia, Mrs. Gilman
lived most of her life in Detroit.
She was a member of Hadassah,
Sinai Hospital Guild and the
Hannah Schloss Old Timers.
She leaves a son, Joel of
California; a brother, David
Sachs; and a sister, Marion
Sachs.

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Ethel Silverman

Ethel Silverman, a buyer for
electrical goods at Chrysler
Corp., died Dec. 14 at age 88.
Born in Detroit, Miss Silver-
man was a member of Temple
Beth El, Hadassah and National
Council of Jewish Women.
She leaves two sisters, Rosetta
and Mrs. Hy (Belle) Schlafer of
Florida; nieces and nephews.

A. S. Rapoport

Abraham S. Rapoport, chief
auditor for the city of Detroit for
39 years, died Dec. 17 at age 74.
Born in New York, Mr.

Cider Mill
History Issued

Lori Roth traces the history of
the Franklin Cider Mill in a
new booklet, Milling Through
the Years in Franklin.
The West Bloomfield author is
a member of Shalom Group of
Hadassah and Detroit Women
for Bar-Ilan University. She is a
graduate of Michigan State
University, where she received
an M.A. degree as a reading
specialist.
The publication is available at
the cider mill and area
bookstores.

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