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December 05, 1986 - Image 118

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-12-05

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REAL ESTATE

Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth S. Lastar,
Parents of

HOWARD S. LASTAR

FOR SALE

SOUTHFIELD

10 MILE/GREENFIELD

OPEN SUN 2-4
15608 JEANETTE
Three
bedroom,
2 1/2 bath colonial.
Large family room,
cen. air, finished
basement, new roof,
carpeting, drapes,
cen. station alarm.
Quick occupancy.
Home warranty.
$61,900.

Acknowledge with grateful appreciation the
many kind expressions of sympathy extended by
relatives and friends during the family's recent be-
reavement.

ThE

559 - 9804

INC.r

Nibbles
& Nuts

443-5550

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EDWARD
ZELLMAN

Lillian Zellman

David Techner

OVER 60,

855-4743

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

I wish to thank our
family and friends for
their kindness and sup-
port following the death
of my husband,

Herbert Kaufman

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

$164,900

Jerusalem (JTA) — Securi-
ty sources last week an-
nounced the capture of the
terrorist gang responsible for
the Egged bus bombing in
Jerusalem on December 6,
1983 which killed six people
and injured 50. The arrests
were made in East Jerusalem,
Bethlehem and Ramallah in
what the sources said was
their "most successful week"
for rounding up dangerous
terrorists.
The announcement fol-
lowed the arrests of the ter-
rorists responsible for the Oc-
tober 15 grenade attack on
Israeli soldiers and their
families in the Old City which
took one life and wounded 69
soldiers and civilians.
The rented flat in Azariya
village near Jerusalem, used
by the terrorists as a hideout,
has been sealed off .

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

SAY
IT
WITH
TREES
JEWISH

18325 W. Nine Mile Road Southfield, Michigan 48075
(3 13) 569 - 0020

Beautiful 3 bed-
room, 2 1/2 baths
tri-level with circular
drive. 2 family
rooms, one with wet
bar and refrigerator.
2 fireplaces, central
vacuum system. Bir-
mingham Schools.
Inground pool with
pork-like setting.
lake privileges.

And Concerned About
The Expense Of
Nursing Home Care?

HERE ARE FOUR POSSIBLE
SOLUTIONS:

1 You Could Use Your Savings. If you are like most of us, it may
not take long to use it up.

2

You Could Borrow. Most senior citizens may find it difficult to
borrow sufficient amounts.

3 You Could Turn to Relatives. This alternative may or may not be

available for you.

4

YOU COULD CALL NOW to see if you QUALIFY. FOR

NURSING HOME INSURANCE COVERAGE
THIS STRATEGY IS USUALLY THE MOST
DESIRABLE, COST EFFECTIVE AND
AFFORDABLE!

Act now to help insure your financial s.e.curity.

For cost and details of coverage ca or writi:

THE BENSMAN GROUP

Specializing in Insurance for Senior Citizens
Protecting Your Insurance Needs for Over 40 Years

18711 W. 10 Mile Rd.

Southfield, Michigan 48075

(313) 569-0356

Friday, December 5, 1986 THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

OBITUARIES

SYLVIA
COOPERMAN
HYMAN

FUNERALS TO ALL JEWISH CEMETERIES

By Owner

Police Arrest
Terrorist
Suspects

mAN Ira Kaufman

KAuf
..inkn a

No Sabbath Calls

BLOOMFIELD TOWNSHIP

IRA

The Family
of the Late

NATIONAL FUND

18877 W. Ten Mile Road
Suite 104
Southfield, Michigan 48075
Phone . (313) 557-6644
Monday thru Thursday
9 A.M.to 5 PM.
Friday 9 A.M. to
2 hrs. before Sabbath

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ETHEL S. CROSS, 91, died
Nov. 24. She leaves a
brother, Nathan Schwartz;
two sisters, Dorothy Schwartz
of Buffalo, N.Y., and Mrs.
Meyer (Goldie) Cohn of Buf-
falo. Interment Buffalo.

RUSSELL S. DAVIS, 71,
former Detroiter of Lake
Worth, Fla., died Dec. 1. He
leaves his wife, Irene; two
daughters, Mrs. Yale (Jill)
Bernstein of Birmingham and
Mrs. Larry (Sara) Cass of
Hinkley, Ohio; a brother,
Joseph B.; and two
grandsons. Services 2 p.m.
Sunday at Beth El Memorial
Park, Livonia.

EVA GOLD, 91, of Detroit,
died Dec. 1. Survived by a
niece, Bella Sherman.

WE REMEMBER

During the coming week Yeshivath Beth
Yehudah will observe the Yahrzeits of the
following departed friends, with the tradi-
tional Memorial Prayers, recitation of Kad-
dish and Studying of Mishnavos.
KISLEV DEC
5
7
MEYER FREEDMAN
6
8
EVA AVERBUCH
6
8
JOSEPH BENNETT
6
8
JOSEPH FELDMAN
6
8
FANNIE FREID
6 8
HARRY M. KRUGEL
6
8
JUUUS RUDA
6 8
BERNARD SHULMAN
7
9
ROSE GROSSMAN
7
9
ABRAHAM PRICE
7
9
SHIRLEY J. SEGERMAN
8 10
A. CHODOROFF
8 10
LARRY M. FOGEL
8 10
RICHARD A. GOOEL
8 10
CHARLES G. HALPERT
8 10
BESSIE KUNIN
8 10
LOUIS LANGWALD
ERNEST LEVI
8 10
8 10
FLORENCE POLLACK
8 10
UWE SPECTOR
ANNA R. UEBOWITZ
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9
ARATEN
9
11
BEN BERNSTEIN
9
11
R. CHODOROFF
9
11
PHILIP GERSZKOP
9
11
ASNA GOTEUEB
9
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RABBI SHRAGA F. KAHANA
DAVID KATLER
CHARLES A. KOMER
JEANETTE SCHLOSS
VICTOR SEYBURN
FRANK SKOLNIK
DORA VERNER

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15751 W. Lincoln Dr.

JACQUELINE GOLDS-
TEIN, 50, died Nov. 26. Sur-
vived by a sister, Mrs. Gerald
(Patricia) Zack of Scottsdale,
Ariz.; nieces and nephews,
aunts and cousins.

MYER M. GONIC, 63, of
Detroit, died Dec. 1.' Survived
by his wife, Naomi; a son,
Warren Rogers; a daughter,
Mrs. Paul (Sheila) Dreier;
four brothers, Joseph Gonek
of Rochester, William Gonek
of Detroit, Sam Gonek of
Skokie, Ill., and Charles
Gonic of Stuart, Fla.; and
four grandchildren.

EDITH HAENICK, 72, of
Youngstown, Ohio, died Dec.
1. Survived by her husband,
Jack; a son, Dr. Edward of
Bloomfield Hills: two sisters,
TIT 7.
Mrs. Lillian M
run, Pa., and Mrs. 1-iarietta
Homer of Ft. Lauderdale,
and . three
Fla.;
grandchildren. Inter m cut

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557-6750

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YoungstoW n.

HARRY HILLER,

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Yeshivath Beth Yehudah

Southfield

ALBERT CLASKY, 86, died
Dec. 1. He leaves his wife,
Sally; one brother, three sis-
ters, nieces and nephews.

CHARLES A. ENSINK, 87,
died Nov. 24. He leaves two
daughters, Susan and Joan of
Margate, Fla.; two brothers,
Jack of Churchill, Tenn., and
Anthony of Chicago, Ill.; a
sister, Mrs. Lilli Bouwens of
Rotterdam, Holland; and two
grandchildren.

I—Orr 11 rill



ROSE JENNIE ARSHT,
104, died Nov. 29. Survived
by a son, Saul; two daugh-
ters, Mrs. Sam (Ada) Ober-
man and Mrs. Lillian Falk of
Chicago, Ill.; seven
grandchildren and five
great-grandchildren.

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Nov. 26. He leaves a son, Dr.
Herbert; a daughter, Mrs.
Lester (Phyllis) Sherman of
Bayside, N.Y.; two sisters,
Mrs. Annie Glantz of Florida
and Mrs. Seymour (Phyllis)
Rosenberg of Brooklyn, N.Y.;
and four grandchildren.
Interment New York.

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