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August 29, 1986 - Image 86

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-08-29

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MONUMENTS BY

, BERG
URBACH

AND

FINE MONUMENTS
SINCE 1910

Sidney A. Deitch

When So Sorry
is not enough .. .
Send a tray

DETROIT
MONUMENT
WORKS

Nibbles
& -Nuts

14441 W. 11 Mlle Rd.

Gardner, bet.
Coolidge & Greenfield

13405 CAPITAL at Coolidge
OAK PARK LI 4-2212

443-5550

399-2711 Eve. 626-0330

Next to Stanley Steamer

/1.1
• MAJOR MEDICAL
•M

SHELDON
MONUMENT
COMPANY

19800 WOODWARD AVE.

Betw. 7 and 8 Mile Roads

Phone 368-3550

9ver 60 Years In Same Location!

INSURANCE
available with DENTAL
for 1 or more
• SHORT TERM HEALTH
INSURANCE between
careers or students
• AUTO & HOMEOWNER
AT LOWEST RATES

It has been 13 long
years since you left us
and it seems just like yes-
terday. We all miss you
and love you.

CALL 352-2213
MOSTYN INSURANCE AGENCY

28208 Franklin Rd. • Southfield

Mother, Dad and Family

4

-an./

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

ifittz - 11 deli

29145 Northwestern Hwy. at. 12 Mile Rd.

Franklin Shopping Center

Dear Connie,

356-2310

Advertising in The Jewish News
Gets Results
Place Your Ad Today.
Call 354-6060

In Memoriam

GILBERT
ELIAS

It has been five years
since you left us. You are
sadly missed, but not for-
gotten.
Your Family

In Loving Memory Of

BERTHA
EDELMAN

Who passed away Aug.
28, 1985. Beloved mother,
grandmother. The void in
our hearts remains. Sadly
missed and always re-
membered.
Daughter Roz Gold,
Grandchildren
Richard, Steven, Gary
and Linda.

EVNAIRAEL Nava Cash

TRANQUILITY, BEAUTY, AND DIGNITY ENHANCED BY PERPETUAL CARE

42400 12 MILE ROAD

ACROSS FROM THE

Exclusively
Serving Our
Jewish Community and
Featuring The
Gardens of
THE TREE OF LIFE and
THE TWELVE TRIBES
OF ISRAEL

FOR COMPLETE
DETAILS CONTACT
Ronald Resnick

NOVI, MICHIGAN 48050

TWELVE OAKS MALL

PRE-PLANNED
SAVINGS!

$295.00

PER SPACE

WHILE THE CEMETERY DEVELOPS,
PRICES WILL CONTINUE TO RISE!

BENEFIT NOW

348-3711 or
851-4803

• Less than 1/2 the market price
• Best selections
• Fully beautified
in 2 years

CEMETERY BEHIND OUR OFFICE IN THE CENTURY 21 BLDG.

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86 Friday, August 29, 1986

PHILIP
GOLDEN

Who passed away Aug.
31, 1979. He will always
be loved and remembered
by his wife Ethel; chil-
dren Dorothy Chaiken,
Florence Posar and Dr.
Donald Golden; grand-
children and great-grand-
children.

Nathan Schwartz

Nathan Schwartz, owner of
Schwartz Furniture, died
Aug. 22 at age 80.
Born in Russia, Mr.
Schwartz lived 65 years in
Detroit. He was associated
with the Fenster Furniture
Co. for 30 years. He had his
own business, Schwartz Fur-
niture Co., in Detroit and
later in Oak Park for 30
years, until his retirement in
1980.
He was a member of the
Yiddish Folks Farein, Pisgah
Lodge of B'nai B'rith, Temple
Emanu-El and its men's club.
He is survived by his wife,
Rose; two daughters, Mrs.
Irving (Janet) Kane and Ms.
Carole Olefsky of West
Hartford, Conn.; three
brothers, Irving of Port Jef-
ferson, N.Y., Ben of Bayside,
N.Y., and Al (Abraham); and
two granddaughters.

Robert Feldman

Robert Feldman, a special
education teacher at South-
field High School, died Aug.
22 at age 67.
A native Detroiter, Mr.
Feldman was a member of
Temple Israel, the Disabled
American Veterans, the
Michigan Education Associa-
tion and Wayne State Uni-
versity Alumni Association.
He leaves his wife, Lillian;
two daughters, Leslie Eller of
Shreveport, La., and Nancy; a
brother, Dr. Alvin of Bel-
leville, Mich.; and two grand-
daughters.

Allen Lichtig

Allen D. Lichtig, an insur-
ance agent, died Aug. 25 at
age 85.
Born in Cleveland, Ohio,
Mr. Lichtig lived 80 years in
Detroit. He was the founder
and past president of the

In loving memory of our
dear mother, grandmother
and great-grandmother

MINNIE
RASKIN

Who passed away Aug.
21, 1981, 21 days in Av.
Sadly missed by her sons,
Marvin and Danny;
daughters, Mrs. Lillian
Rosen and Mrs. z~ Belle
Weingarden; grandchil-
dren and great-grand-
children.

AMENITIES INCLUDE:

(1) Membership of national lot exchange
(2) Free credit life, for those 65 years
of age or younger
(3) Free children's protection until 18
years of age
(4) Free perpetual care
(5) Payment plans, of course

MANAGER & CONSULTANT



In Loving Memory Of

OBITUARIES

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

In Loving Memory of our son and brother

MARK EVAN BUZETTE

March 23, 1961-Sept. 1, 1966

Though God lent you to us for only five short
years, you have left everlasting sweet memories
with all your family and our friends.
Your mother, Jacqui, and your
sister, Karyn Breznau

Michigan Stamp Club, a
long-time member of the
Stamp Collectors Club, the
American Philatelic Society
and the 13 Club.
He leaves his wife, Sara; a
daughter, Mrs. Robert (Sally)
Sherman of Bay City; a son,
William; five grandchildren
and two great-grandchildren.

David Lebow

David Lebow, a retired
salesman for a linen supply
company, died Aug. 22.
Born in Brownsville, Pa.,
Mr. Lebow lived 75 years in

Detroit.
He was a

member of
Mosaic Lodge of the Masons
for 54 years and was a volun-
teer for the Sinai Hospital
Guild for seven years. Mr.
Lebow served in the U.S.
Army from 1940 to 1946, and
s pent three years in Europe
with the U.S. Army Medical
Corps.
Mr. Lebow is survived by
his wife, Thelma; three sons,
Steven, Robert and Michael;
two brothers, Max and John;
three sisters, Mrs. Dorothy
Nussbaum, Mrs. William S.
(Jennie) Gottlieb and Mrs.
Samuel G. (Rosella) Harvith;
and two grandchildren.

Elinor Kushner

Elinor S. Kushner, an art
consultant, died Aug. 24 at
age 51.
A native Detroiter, Mrs.
Kushner was a member of
Temple Beth El, was an art
consultant at Troy Art Gal-
lery, docent at Detroit Insti-
tute of Arts and was a
member of the DIA's Found-
er's Society.
She leaves her husband,
Dr. Sander; two daughters,
Marla and Mrs. Sander
(Wendy) Weckstein; a son,
David; her mother, Mrs.
Harry (Estelle) Prady; and a
sister, Mrs. Karen Roth.

Cemetery Open

The Beth Olam Cemetery
will be open to visitors from
10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sept. 28.

Israel Chess
Exclusion Hit

Toronto (JTA) — The
Chess Federation of Canada
and the Simon Wiesenthal
Center in Toronto have pro-
tested Israel's exclusion from
the 1986 International Chess
Olympiad, to be held this fall
in the United Arab Emirates.
Both have sent telegrams
to the president of the world
governing body of chess, the
Switzerland-based Federation
Internationale des Echecs
(FIDE), protesting Israel's
•barring from the Olympiad.

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