19800 WOODWARD AVE.
Betw. 7 and 8 Mile Roads
14441 W. 11 Mll• Rd.
MARC E. BLASKE, 32, died
June 5. He leaves his wife,
Cheryl; a son, Jay; his mother,
Mrs. Jerome (Rita) Blaske; a
brother, Steven; two sisters, Mrs.
Hasan (Susan) Altaie and
Calif.; his mother, Ruth Spoon of
Detroit; a brother, Herbert of
Southfield; and two
NORMAN GINSBURG, 81, of
Oak Park, died June 8. Survived
by his wife, Betty.
SHIRLEY KIRMAN, 54, died
June 7. She leaves her husband,
Norman; two daughters, Mrs.
George (Eleen) Fortner of
Longview, Wash., and Mrs.
Ronald (Sheryl) Silberstein; and
SAM H. KORNWISE, 86, of
Southfield, died June 11. Sur-
vived by two daughters, Mrs. Ab-
raham (Lorraine) Morris and
Mrs. Louis (Roslyn) Simon; three
brothers, Erwin, Arthur and
Max; two sisters, Mrs. Helen El-
ford and Mollie; six
grandchildren and one great-
HARRY SCHWARTZ, 93, died
June 5. He leaves a son, Sidney;
three brothers, Jack of Toledo,
Morris of Toledo and Ralph of
Miami Beach, Fla.; four sisters,
Mrs. Ann Korman, Mrs. Rose
Margolis, Mrs. Ida Resnick of To-
ledo and Mrs. Goldie London of
Toledo; eight grandchildren and
BENJAMIN SLUTSKY, 71,
former Detroiter of Sunrise, Fla.,
died May 9.. Survived by his wife,
Rose; two sons, Larry of South-
field and Allan of Miami, Fla.;
and two grandchildren. Inter-
Ira J. Spoon, a former Detroit
real estate developer, died June 6
in Los Angeles, Calif.
Born in Detroit, Mr. Spoon
moved to Los Angeles in 1968. He
was graduated from Wayne State
University and its law school,
from which he received a joint
degree in 1945.
In Michigan, Mr. Spoon was a
member of the Michigan Bar
Association, Temple Beth El and
Knollwood Country Club.
In 1983, he established the Ira
J. and Shirley J. Spoon Schol-
arships at WSU and at UCLA.
In Los Angeles, Mr. Spoon was
a member of the Wilshire
Boulevard Temple, active in the
Guardians of the Jewish Horne'
for the Aged, on the board of the
Los Angeles County Museum of
Art and a member of Brentwood
In Detroit, he was a real estate
developer affiliated with Spoon
Brothers Builders, a firm which
constructed single family homes,
commercial and industrial build-
ings. He also was active as a real
estate developer in California.
Mr. Spoon is survived by his
wife, Shirley J.; two daughters,
Mrs. Richard (Denise) Zucker-
man of Farmington Hills and
Cynthia Carol of Beverly Hills,
Archie Keltz, an insurance
agent and accountant, died May
27 at age 78.
Born in Toronto, Ont., Mr.
Keltz began as an insurance
agent in Detroit in 1933. He was
the owner of the Ferndale Insur-
ance Agency and the Ferndale
Bookkeeping and Tax Service
until his retirement in 1983.
He was a member of the super-
visory committee of the Ferndale
Co-Op Credit Union and he was
the treasurer of the Mac Home in
Ferndale. Mr. Keltz also did vol-
unteer work in Ferndale and Oak
Park and assisted the probation
department of the 43rd District
Court in Ferndale.
He formerly belonged to the
Knights of Pythias and was a
current member of Cong. Beth
He leaves his wife, Anne; a son,
Marshall of Houghton; a daugh-
ter, Mrs. Marvin (Charlotte)
Rosenberg; a brother, Gordon of
Don Mills, Ont.; two sisters, Mrs.
Lillian Tarnow of Toronto and
Anne of Downsview, Ont.; five
grandchildren and two great-
Gertrude D. Beerbohm, a
former teacher at Angel, Brady
and Owen elementary schools in
Detroit, died June 6 at age 72.
Born in Detroit, Mrs. Beer-
bohm was a 1936 graduate of
Wayne State University. She
taught social studies from 1936 to
1942. Mrs. Beerbohm and her
husband were world travelers
and were among the first to re-
ceive visas to visit China in 1979.
She was a member of Temple
Beth El, Women's American ORT
She leaves her husband Alex;
two sons, Steven and Norman; a
daughter, Mrs. Jeffrey (Sherry)
Goldberg; and two sisters, Mrs._
Martin (Marabel) Hackelman
and Mrs. Martin (Lorraine)
Ada Markowitz, a member of
Jewish communal organizations,
died June 4 at age 79.
Born in Russia, Mrs. Mar-
kowitz lived 65 years in Detroit.
She was a member of Order of the
Eastern Star, Hadassah and
Cong. Beth Abraham Hillel
She leaves a son, Melvin; a
daughter, Mrs. Joseph (Beverly)
Baunoch; four grandchildren and
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