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December 26, 1986 - Image 102

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-12-26

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WE'RE
OUT
FOR
BLOOD.



In loving memory

THOMAS W.
DAVIS

Passed away Dec. 24, 1982. He filled my life with
beautiful memories. He is gone but not forgotten.
Sadly missed by his wife, Delores.

GIVE BLOOD

+ American Red Cross

There's
Hidden Money
In Your
Basement!

In Loving Memory of

SARA L. HARRIS



Who died Dec. 19, 1984. Sadly missed by her hus-
band, Sidney; daughters, Roslyn, Hilda; sons, Melvin
and Jeffrey; grandchildren, Rebecca, Annette, Allay
and Mark.
.

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JAN. 1, 1984

SELL IT FAST

JACK
LITINSKY

Amazing Marketplace

Forever in our hearts and mind
Sadly missed — happily remembered

354-6060

Sandy and Kerri

THE JEWISH NEWS

In Our

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The Jewish News

keeps you posted on Jewish happenings
everywhere!



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Call 354-6060

TODAY and order
your subscription.

DONALD
MARVIN
BAYLES, 6D, former De-
troiter of Lauderdale Lakes,
Fla., died Dec. 16. He leaves his
wife, Sheryl; a son, Sanford of
Ft. Lauderdale; a daughter
Marilynn of Canoga Park,
.Calif.; and a sister, Mrs. Len-
ora Stulberg of Boca Raton,
Fla.

MARTIN
HAROLD
FREED, 59, former Detroiter
of Tucson, Ariz., died Dec. 12.
Survived by his wife, Sally; a
daughter, Lynn of Phoenix,
Ariz.; a brother, Irvine of Boca
Raton, Fla. Interment Tucson.

WILLIAM FREED, 96, of De-
troit, died Dec. 18. Survived by
two daughters, Mrs. Irvin (He-
len) Strub and Mrs. Donald
(Esther) Simon; five grand-
children and four great-grand-
children.

GERALD GORDON, 74, of
Southfield, died Dec. 18. Sur-
vived by his wife, Lilly; a son,
Joel E.; a daughter, Lynn H.;
two sisters, Mrs. Morrey (Lil)
Lotterman and Mrs. Irving
(Dorothy) Harris; both of Los
Angeles, Calif.; and one
granddaughter.

No matter how yOu
turn the globe

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DAVID BAKER (DANNY),
67, former Southfield resident
of Sherman Oaks, Calif., died
Nov. 30. Survived by his wife
Rose; a daughter, Jacqueline
Tower; a sister, Anne
Zuckman; and one grand-
daughter.

KATE GOLDIN, 72, of South-
field, died Dec. 21. Survived by
two sons, Sherwin R. of
Sepulveda, Calif., and Arnold
H.; a brother, Joe Gerson of Ft.
Wayne, Ind.; a sister, Mrs.
Lena Freefold of Tom's River,
N.J.; and three grandchildren.





OBITUARIES

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HARRY A. KAHN, 67,
former Detroiter of Hollywood,
Fla., died Nov. 28. Survived by
his wife, Mollie; a son, Jack of
Oak Park; two daughters,
Tobie Silberblatt of Southfield
and Cindy Bazel of Oak Park; a
brother, Julius of Farmington
Hills; and six grandchildren.
Interment Florida.

BETTY KOVINSKY, 76, of
Windsor, Ont., died Dec. 21.
She. leaves a son, Skip; a
daughter, Mrs. Iris LaJoie of
Sarasota, Fla.; four grand-
children and two great-grand-
children.

ROSE NEIMAN, 74, of South-
field, died Dec. 17. Survived by
her husband, Morris; a son, Dr.
Harvey of Pittsburgh, Pa.-, a
daughter, Mrs. Mitchell
(Adele) Wolok of Plantation,
Fla.; a brother, Ruby Binder;
and five grandchildren.

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102 Friday, December 26, 1986 THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

ROLAND M. PHILIPP, 44,
died Dec. 16. He leaves his
wife, Barbara; a daughter, Re-
becca; his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Lawrence (Rosalind)
Philipp of Winter Park,- Fla.;
and a brother, Leslie of Ok-
lahoma City, Okla.

JENNIE PITKOWSKY, 76,
of Southfield, died Dec. 16.
Survived by a sister, Mrs.
Meyer (Rebecca) Kuneck;
nieces, nephews, grand-nieces
and grandnephews.

ROSE ROVIN, 90, died Dec.
20. She leaves a son, Marshall;
a daughter, Mrs. Shirley
Lachman; a sister, Mrs.
Mildred Boss; two grand-
children and three great-
grandchildren.

SAMUEL SCHULTZ, 81,
died Dec. 17. He leaves his
wife, Rose; two brothers,
Thomas and Jack; a sister,
Mrs. Arthur (Molly) Meizels of
San Francisco, Calif.; five
grandchildren and one great-
granddaughter.

RUTH L. SELIGMAN, 68,
died Dec. 21. She leaves her
husband, Henry; a son, David;
two sisters, Mrs. Marcia Abel
and Mrs. Beatrice Kape.

IRVING TOBES, 77, former
Detroiter of Palm Springs,
Fla., died Dec. 17. He leaves his
wife, Leah; three sons, Dr.
Harold of West Bloomfield,
Allan of Southfield and Dr.
Edwin of Farmington Hills; a
daughter, Mrs. Sheryl Grant of
Ann Arbor; two brothers, Al-
bert of San Gabriel, Calif., and
Boris of Southfield; four sis-
ters, Mrs. Ann Rauch and Mrs.
Lillian Bernstein, both of Palm
Springs, Mrs. Clara Brooks of
Southfield and Mrs. Hilda Fer-
shtman of Southfield; and
three grandchildren.

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ELAINE WEISS, 76, former
Detroiter of North Miami Be-
ach, Fla., died Dec. 20. She
leaves a daughter, Mrs. Larry
(Enid) Arey of North Miami
Beach; a sister, Mrs. Sidney
(Selma) Blum; and two grand-
children.

JACOB HARRY WINOG-
ORA, 80, of Oak Park, died
Dec. 10. Survived by his wife,
Florence; a son, Leonard of
New York; and one grand-
daughter.

ALEXANDRA ELIZABETH
ZDROJEWSKI, five months,
died Dec. 16. Survived by her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Randy
(Elise) Zdrojewski; grand-
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Julian
(Ceil) Leibman and Patricia
Zdrojewski of Janesville, Wis.;
a sister, Tara; aunts and un-
cles.

Percy Haron

Percy H. Haron, a scrap
metal and machinery dealer,
died Dec. 21 at age 77.
Co-founder of Haron Metals
and Equipment Co. in 1946,
Mr. Haron retired in 1976.
He was a member of Cong.
Beth Achim, Pisgah Lodge of
B'nai B'rith, Perfection Lodge
of the Masons, Scrap Iron Insti-
tute and Machinery Dealers
National Association, Furni-
ture Club of Detroit, Hadassah

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