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Betw. 7 and 8 Mile Roads
BERNARD BACKHAUT, 52,
former Detroiter of Brooklyn,
N.Y., died Feb. 8. Survived by his
mother, Sarah Backhaut of Oak
Park; aunts, uncles and cousins.
RALPH BENYAS, 85, died Feb.
7. He leaves a son, Dean; a daugh-
ter, Mrs. Lee (Suzanne) Brooks;
two brothers, Saul and Aaron of
Spring Valley, Calif.; 13 grand-
children and ten great rgrand-
HENRY B. SHERMAN, 84,
former Detroiter of Indianapolis,
Ind., died Feb. 7. Survived by two
daughters, Janice and Judy
Goldblatt; a brother, Abraham of
Monticello, N.Y.; two sisters, Mrs.
Lillian Nathanson of Detroit and
Mrs. Sadie Nisselson of
Lakewood, N.J. Interment De-
MOLLIE COHEN, 73, former
Detroiter of Phoenix, Ariz., died
Feb. 10. Survived by her husband,
Morris; a son, Arthur of Far-
mington Hills; a daughter, Mrs.
Paul (Paulette) Glesen of Berkley;
three brothers, Louis Weiner of
Las Vegas, Nev., Sidney Weiner
of Provo, Utah, and Victor Weiner
of California; a sister, Mrs. Faye
Iskow of Santa Fe, N.M.; and four
grandchildren. Interment De-
MARGERY TYNER, 62, died
Feb. 7. She leaves two sons, How-
ard and Charles; a sister, Mrs.
Ada Spickler; three grand-
children, nieces and nephews.
FLORENCE S. WHEELER, 94,
died Feb. 9. She leaves a daugh-
ter, Mrs. James W. (Mary Ellen)
Robbins; four grandsons and four
HANI FISCHHOFF, 90, died
Feb. 10. She leaves two sons,
Henry and Dr. Joseph; a daugh-
ter, Mrs. Hans (Regina) Berneis of
'Belen, N.M.; eight grandchildren
and 13 great-grandchildren.
EDWARD FISHMAN, 76, died
Feb. 11. He leaves his wife, Rena;
a son, Marvin; two daughters,
Mrs. Richard (Ilene) Karson and
Mrs. Martin (Carol) Ginsberg of
Monsey, N.Y.. a brother, Morris;
two sisters, Mrs. Michael (Freda)
Bromberg and Mrs. Henry (Fan-
nie Vereecke; and 12 grand-
ALBERT HERMAN, 80, of Oak
Park, died Feb. 8 in California.
Survived by his wife, Mina; a
daughter, Sharon; and one grand-
Sheldon Wachler, an attorney
with offices in Southfield, died
Feb. 10 at age 52.
Born in Detroit, Mr. Wachler
was an attorney for 28 years. He
was graduated from the Detroit
College of Law. Mr. Wachler de-
signed and implemented the
Handicappers Civil Rights Act
as legal counsel for the
Paralyzed Veterans Administra-
tion. He organized the PVA
lawsuit which led to SEMTA in-
stalling lifts for handicappers on
all the system's buses.
He was a member of the PVA
and the Michigan Bar Associa-
He leaves a - son, Ronald; two
daughters, Susan Bonnough of
Lawrenceville, Ga., and Julie of
Irving, Tex:. his mother, Mrs.
Margaret Wachler of Florida;
and a brother, Norman.
JACQUELINE GAIL KEYS,
28, of Southfield, died Feb. 10.
Survived by her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Herman (Ann) Keys; two sis-
ters, Mrs. Abraham (Linda)
Holmes of Escanaba, Mich., and
MAX LONNERSTATER, 90, of
Southfield, died Feb. 6. Survived
by a son, Henry; a daughter, Mrs.
Milton (Ilse) Herd of Chicago, Ill.;
four grandchildren and two
MOLLIE MASSERMAN, 76, of
Detroit, died Fl eb. 9. Survived by a
daughter, Mrs. Richard (Caryl)
Pevos; a sister, Mrs. Sam (Naomi)
Lansky of Charlotte, N.C.; and
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LOUIS ORLOW, 77, died Feb.
10. He leaves a nephew, Gary
Orlow of Toledo, Ohio; a niece,
Mrs. Fred (Ann Michelle) Metze;
great-nieces and great-nephews.
SCHWARTZ, 82, died Feb. 6. She
leaves two daughters, Mrs. Allen
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