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January 10, 1986 - Image 86

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-01-10

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THE•DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

.86 7 Friday, January 10, 1986

SHELDON
MONUMENT-
COMPANY

MAUREEN CYRIL
ELLBILAN

Jan. 9, 1978

"A mystery and a miracle."

19800 WOODWARD AVE.

Remembered and sadly missed by her mother,
Sylvia Stone Ellman and family.

Phone 368-3550

Betw. 7 and 8 Mile Roads.

Over 60 Years In Same Location!

In memory of our dear beloved
Mother who passed away
Jan. 20, 1969

In loving memory of

MYER
LITTICY

MINNIE 14. ZACK

Jan. 3, 1981
Always in our hearts.
Loving wife, Sarah; chil-
dren, Ruth, Robert and
Phyllis; and grand-
children.

17th year yahrzeit will be observed
Saturday
Jan. 11, 1986
First day of Shevat

Who is sadly missed and will always be remem-
bered as the most beautiful mother in the world, by
her children and grandchildren.

In loving memory
of my father

DR. IRWIN
PAVORSKY

When The Need Arises
For A Condolence
Or Shiva Tray, Call On Us.
No Notice Needed.
Delivery Service Available.

Who will always be in
my heart and mind.
Michael

March is
Mental Retardation
Month

Support the work of the
Association for Retarded Citizens.
This month -- today — call us or
write.

Jewish Association for Retarded Citizens
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(313) 551-1650

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SAMUEL ATLIN, 78, died Jan. Berman, both of Toronto, Ont.;
3. He leaves his wife Ann; a and three grandchildren. _
brother, Sol of Toronto, Ont.;
and a sister, Mrs. Joseph (Anna) ANNA MAGIER, former De-
troiter 'of Elizabeth, N.J., died
Sake.
Jan. 4. Survived by a son, Dr.
BESSIE SCHWARTZ BLAN, Benjamin of Oak Park; a daugh-
CHARD, 76, died Jan. 6. She ter, Mrs. Stanley (Libby) Feit of
leaves her husband, James; two Elizabeth; two brothers, Sol
sons, Leonard and Edward of Frederick and David Frederick,
Sausalito, Calif.; and two grand- both of Florida; a sister, Mrs.
Esther Randel of Detroit; five
children.
grandsons and one great-grand-
GERTRUDE R. EISEN- daughter. Interment Detroit.
BERGER, 74, former Detroiter
of Milwaukee, Wis., died Jan. 3. EDWIN L MARX, 73,.died Jan.
She leaves three sons, Dr. Dar- 4.- He leaves his wife, Donna;
ryl of Glendale, Wis., Gerald of two daughters, Mrs. Gerald
Baldwin, Mo., and Paul of (Francine) Wigod and Mrs.
Plano, Tex.; and eight grand- Ronald (Sheryl) Greenberg; four
brothers, Herman, Rubin, Mar-
children.
tin and Irving; and five grand-
DAVID FEDER, 77, died Jan. children.
6. He leaves two daughters,
Mrs. Jerome (Marilyn) Flack PERCY A. MASLOWE, 76, of
and Ms. Judy Upfall; a brother, Southfield, died Jan. 1. Survived
William of Lake Worth, Fla.; by his wife, Belle; a son, Dr.
two sisters, Mrs. Lillian Gar- Sherwin of Canada; a daughter,
mize and Miss Etta Feder; seven Rochelle; a sister, Mrs. Morris
grandchildren and 'two great- (Rose) Sokoloff; and four grand-
children. .
grandchildren.

82, died
ROBERT FELDER, 61, died EDWARD NEWMAN,
Jan. 7. He leaves his wife, Jan. 3. He leaves nieces and
Gerry; a daughter, Mrs. Stuart nephews.
(Joanne) Bas; a son, Leslie; a
brother, Martin; and two grand- JOSEPHINE PROG, 60, of
West Bloomfield, died Dec. 31.
children.
Survived- by her husband, Ar-
PHILIP FRIEDMAN, 69, of thur A.; two sons, Marshall D.
Southfield, died Jan. 1. Survived and Stewart S.; a daughter, Mrs.
by three sons, Sanford, Marc M., Robert (Susan Debora) Tawil; a
and 'Gary; a brother, David sister, Mrs. Arthur (Shirley)
Freedman; a sister, Mrs. Harry Malkin of Glendale, Wis.; and
(Shirley) Shiovitz; and four four grandchildren.
grandchildren.
'MISCHA
LEON
ESTHER HOROWITZ, 75, SCHLINGER, 70, of Flint, died
died Jan. 8. She leaves her hus- Dec. 28. Survived by his wife,
band, Carl; a daughter, Mrs. Betty (Matenky); a daughter,
Barry (Cynthia) Gonte; three Marcia of Lake Orion; a son Dr.
brothers, David Plothik of Los Charles of Salt Lake City, Utah;
Angeles, Calif.,. Joe Plotnik and a sister, Lena of Tel Aviv; and a
Dr. Harold Plotnik; and two brother, Jacob of Holon, Israel.
granddaughters.
ERNEST SCHWARTZ, 79, of
ESTHER BERGER ISAACS, Detroit, died Jan. 5. Survived by
brothers, Manny, Martin
82, died Jan , 2. She leaves her three
husband, Harold; a brother, Isa- of Johnstown, Pa., and Alek of
dore 'Berger; and a sister, Har- Forest Hills, N.Y.
riette Keyes.
FRANK ,SIEGEL, former De-
troiter of Miami,' Fla., died Jan. '
46,
of
JUDITH KAPLAN,
1 in Miami. Survived by his
Southfield, died Jan. 7. Survived wife,
two daughters,
by her husband, Milton; a son,/ Mrs.- Blanche;
James (Pamela) Moloshok
Howard; three daughters, Janet, of Woodland
Hills, Calif., and
Barbara and Rochelle; her pa- Mrs. Sylvain (Janet)
Steinlauf of
rents, Mr. and Mrs. Max Allniquerque, N.M.;
(Amelia) Goldstein; and two sis- brothers,' Abraham of two
ters, Mrs. Jack (Miryam) Gun Lorenzo, Calif.,•and Julius of San
the
and Mrs. Leonard (Ruth) Najer. Bronx N.Y.; a sister, Mrs. Gus
BESSIE KOVARSKY, 92, died sie Clifford of Silver Spring.,
Jan. 4. She leaves a son, David Md.; and three grandchildren.
Kover; a daughter, Mrs.Ber-
85,
tram (Eleanore) Ellstein; six GERTRUDE SOLOMON, ns,
grandchildren and four great- died Jan. 4. She leaves two sond-
Sam and Norman; five grand- -
grandchildren. .
children and five great-grand
ALEXANDER KRASS, 71, children.
died Jan. 5. He leaves his Wife,
VIKSER, 77, of Oak
Judith; two sons, David of New HANNAH
died Dec. 31. Survived by
York and Lawrence of Ypsilanti; Park,
a son, Jerome L.; two sisters,
and a brother, Jacob.
Mrs. Louis (Beatrice) Weiss of
Fla., and Sylvia
RAE E. LAMPE, 73, of Ann Indialantic,
Arbor, died Jan. 2. She leaves Weiner . , five grandchildren and
two sons, Williani of Israel and six great-grandchildren.
Matthew of Seattle, Wash.; two
WEINHART, 85,
sisters, Mrs. Edward (Goldie) DOROTHY-
Jan.
3.
She
leaves three
Joseph and Mrs. Jack (Billie) died

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