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December 05, 1986 - Image 119

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-12-05

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Sidney A. Deitch

MONUMENTS BY

DETROIT
MONUMENT
WORKS

BERG
URBACH

AND

FINE MONUMENTS
SINCE 1910

14441 W. 11 Mlle Rd.

RUTH KRAUSE, 84, died
Nov. 28. She leaves a son,
Gerry Kraus; a brother, Kurt
Arndt of New York; seven
grandchildren and one
great-grandson. Interment
New Jersey.

FANNIE KUPERMAN, 71,
died Nov. 27. She leaves a
daughter, Mrs. Melvyn
(Linda) Korobkin; a son,
Stephen of Hollywood, Fla.; a
sister, Vicki Mittenthal; and
one grandson. Interment
Miami, Fla.

ELIAS (AL) LICHT, former
Detroiter of Florida, died
Nov. 17. Survived by his
wife, Rachel; two sons, Louis
and Gerald; a daughter, Mrs.
Ted (Natalie) Glatter; a sis-
ter, Ann Fazari; 16
grandchildren and two
great-grandchildren.

GEORGE
MURRAY
MAISEL, 82, died Nov. 27.
Survived by his wife, Rose; a
son, Philip; and three
grandchildren.

IRVING MUDRICK, 77,
died Nov. 25. Survived by his
wife, Sophie.

DR. HENRY NEWMAN, 81,
of San Diego, Calif., died
Nov. 18. Survived by his
wife, Margaret; a son, Dr.
Lawrence of San Diego; a
daughter, Mrs. Neil (Joan)
Satovsky of West Bloomfield;
a sister, Mrs. Regina
Wohlman of New York; and
four grandchildren. Inter-
ment San Diego.

ARTHUR PARKER, 83,
died Nov. 29. Survived by his
wife, Annie; two sons,
Seymour and Al of Orange,
Calif.; a daughter, Mrs. Sol
(Sarah) Burkow of Encino,
Calif.; three sisters, Mrs.
Esther Sklar, Mrs. Tilly Ben-
jamin and Mrs. Rose Sosnow;
and six grandchildren.

HARRY PERLIS, 88, died
Nov. 28. He leaves his wife,
Mildred; a daughter, Mrs.
Lawrence (Linda) Black of
Staten Island, N.Y.; a son,
Efrem; and one grandson.

RYNEE ROLAND, 77, died
Nov. 28. She leaves a son,
Richard; a sister, Saralee
Greene; and two
grandchildren.

ELANE SCHONFELD, 76,
died Dec. 1. Survived by her
husband, Theodore; and a
brother, Hugo Pollak.

JOE
NORMAN
STILLMAN, 70, died Nov.
29. He leaves his wife,
Esther; a son, Robert; two
daughters, Mrs. William
(Sandra) Ellenstein and Mrs.
Barton (Gayle) Lowen; a
brother, Albert of West Palm
Beach, Fla.; and four
grandchildren.

RUTH UMLAH, 61, of Hun-
tington Woods, died Dec. 2.
Survived by her husband,
Robert; a son, Donald A.; a
daughter, Mrs. Paul (Nancy)
Garber; a brother, Tolvi
Polvi; two sisters, Hannah
Roberts of Northville and
Mrs. Jennie Loe of Atlanta,
Ga.; and six grandchildren.

MERLE LAWRENCE UT-
LEY, 49, former Detroiter of
Redding, Calif., died Nov. 30.
Survived by his mother,
Mary of San Diego, Calif.; a
sister, Brenda Wisnudel of
Flint; three children,
Michael, Laura and Jeffrey;
and three grandchildren.
Interment California.

EDWARD ZELLMAN, 89,
died Nov. 28. Survived by his
wife, Lillian; a son, Mel of
Evanston, Ill.; and two
grandchildren.

Edith Heavenrich

Edith Heavenrich, a retired
Detroit librarian, died Nov.
27 at age 69.
Miss Heavenrich retired in
1978, after having been with
the Detroit Public Library for
20 years.
She is survived by a
brother, Herbert; and a sis-
ter, Elaine Jacoby. Interment
Milwaukee, Wis.

Joseph Jackson

Former Detroiter Joseph
Jackson of Pompano Beach,
Fla., died Nov. 25. He was
73. Mr. Jackson was the
former owner of Bunk and
Trundle Bed Center in West-
land for more than 20 years.
He was a member of the
Furniture Club.
• He leaves his wife Barbara;
a step-son, Sanford Flayer of
Southfield; a step-daughter,
Bonnie Machowski of Oak
Park; a sister, Mrs. Dorothy
Rosen of San Francisco,
three
and
Calif.;
grandchildren. Interment
Florida.

Reuben Graff

Reuben Graff, founder,
owner and past president of
Magnetic Battery and
Equipment Co., died Nov. 24
at age 87.
Born in London, England,
Mr. Graff lived many years
in Detroit before retiring to
Bay Harbor Island, Fla., 15
years ago.
He founded his company in
1919, and after he retired to
Florida kept active in the
business. He was a member
of Temple Beth El, Perfection
Lodge of the Masons, Cres-
cent Shrine Club and Han-
nah Schloss of Old Timers.
He leaves his wife, Rose; a
sister, Mrs. Shirley Rottman
of Oak Park; three
grandchildren and one
great-grandson. Interment
Detroit.

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obeying all the laws of Jewish
burial. In fact this is the first
Jewish cemetery in almost 45
years!
Also some people think we are
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Another area we would like to
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