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February 27, 1987 - Image 107

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-02-27

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SHELDON
MONUMENT
COMPANY

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

19800 WOODWARD AVE.

Betw. 7 and 8 Mile Roads

Phone 368-3550

plaza deli

Over 60 Years in Same Location!

Alvin Foon

Podiatry Association and Is-
rael Numisamatic Society.
He is survived by his wife,
Helen; three daughters, Mary
Sue Whitehead, Caren Worel
and Lisa Saulles; a son, Nor-
man; grandchildren, nephews
and nieces.

David Susskind,
TV Producer

Alvin Foon

Alvin Nathan Foon, owner of
AFC() Manufacturing Co.,
died Feb. 23 at age 64.
Born in Cincinnati, Ohio,
Mr. Foon lived 60 years in De-
troit. He founded his company
in 1969. Mr. Foon was founder
and first president of the
Michigan Jewish Sports Hall
of Fame, founder of Save Our
Community Through Kind-
ness (SOCK), a member of Pis-
gah Lodge of B'nai B'rith,
Craftsman Lodge of the Ma-
sons, Moslem Temple and the
Shriners.
He leaves his wife, Shirley;
three sons, Ronald, Dr. Ken-
neth of Ann Arbor and Dennis
of Vancouver, B.C.; and five
grandchildren.

Dr. R. Kanagur

Dr. Raymond R. Kanagur of
Southfield, a podiatrist in
downtown Detroit for more
than 40 years, died Feb. 13 at
age 77.
Dr. Kanagur moved to De-
troit from Buffalo, N.Y. in
1914, attended Cass Technical
High School and was
graduated from Battle Creek
College of Medicine with a
Bachelor of Science Degree. He
worked as a male nurse at Mc-
Lain and Harvard Hospitals in
Boston.
Although he had a schol-
arship to attend Harvard Uni-
versity, he lacked sufficient
funds to follow through and
attended the Chicago College
of Podiatry instead, graduat-
ing in 1939.
He became involved with the
Free Foot Clinic at Harper
Hospital and at the same time
worked at the North End
Clinic, which later became
Sinai Hospital. He also was on
the staff of the Jewish Home
for the Aged. He was a life
member of the Michigan State

New York — Television pro-
ducer and talk-show host
David Susskind died Feb. 22 at
age 66.
In an entertainment-related
career that spanned nearly 40
years, Mr. Susskind had been
affiliated with Hollywood,
Broadway and television
shows. He was a press agent, a
talent scout, an impresario and
producer of films, plays and TV
programs.
He had spent nearly 30 years
on the air, having hosted two
shows, Open End and The
David Susskind Show. In the
past year he had produced four
TV specials. He put five shows
on Broadway and made 13
films.
Mr. Susskind received many
Emmy awards and other hon-
ors for his TV productions.

Joseph Mossok

Joseph Mossok, consultant
to Better Made Potato Chips,
died Feb. 22 at age 71.
Born in Detroit, Mr. Mossok
was the former owner of Ever-
crisp Potato Chips which
merged with Superior Potato
Chip Co., of which he became
vice president. He was a 32nd
degree Mason and a member of
the Knights of Pythias.
Mr. Mossok leaves a daugh-
ter, Ruth Mossok Johnson;
three sisters, Mrs. Lillian
Spilker, Mrs. Dorothy
Engleberg and Mrs. Max
(Esther) Gutman, all of
California; and four grand-
children.

Sadie Sandweiss

Sadie Sandweiss, a member
of Jewish communal organiza-
tions, died Feb. 23 at age 80.
Born in Russia, Mrs.
Sandweiss was a member of
Hadassah, Cong. Shaarey
Zedek Sisterhood, the Far-
band, David-Horodoker
Women's Organization and
Pioneer Women/Naamat.
She leaves two sons, Sheldon
and Henry; a brother, Asher
Tilchin; a sister, Mrs. Isaac
(Marian) Knoppow; ten
grand-children and nine
great-grandchildren.

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HEBREW
MEMORIAL
CHAPEL

WE REMEMBER

During the coming week Yeshivath Beth
Yehudah will observe the Yahrzelts of the
following departed friends, with the tradi-
tional Memorial Prayers, recitation of Kad-
dish and Studying of Mishnavos.
SHEVAT MAR.
BEN BARNETT
30
1
;in
I
AARON L BERG
30
BENJAMIN BRONCWAIC
LOUIS M. DUNN
30
1
ERNA EISCH
30
1
CI-IASHE M LEVENSON
30
1
MOLUE MASSERMAN
30
1
MIRIAM SCHEY
30
1
DORA SEIDEL
30
1
LEO N. SPECTOR
30
1
HYMAN ROSEN
30
1
ABRAHAM WOLOK
30
1
ADAR
JOSEPH BERG
1
2
DAVID DAVIS
1
2
ALBERT DVORKIN
1
2
JOSEPH FREEDMAN
1
2
ABRAHAM GOOK
1
2
MAX HARRIS
1
2
FRANK E. LEIDERMAN
1
2
FANNIE REMER
1
2
ALBERT P. SEIGLE
1
2
RUTH SELTZER
1
2
ASHER SMITH
1
2
MARY WEINGARDEN
1
2
ROSE WOUN
1
2
JACK ABRAMSON
2
3
ANNE APPLEBAUM
2
3
NATHAN DINKI N
2
3
ISADORE DOMNITCH
2
3
BELLA EWAS
2
3
HARRY KAHN
2
3
JOHN MARKOWfTZ
2
3
SARA MILLER
2
3
MARVIN MODUNSKY
2
3
MARY OLSTEIN SORKIN
2
3
SAM OSNOS
2
3
REBECCA PEARLSTEIN
2
3
HENRY RICH
2
3
ARUNE GOLDFARB SCHAFER
2
3
FRED SEGAL
2
3
BEN SOLOMON
2
3
JENNIE PUCKOVITSKY TAMAREN
2
3
LOUIS WALTMAN
2
3
FAY L WEISBLATT
2
3
NOAH APPLEBAUM
3
4
MARY FAIGIN
3
4
MORRIS KRAIZMAN
3
4
SAM LUX
3
4
ESTHER NOVITZ
3
4
3
LEONARD SAN DWEISS
4
ISRAEL TOPOR
3
4
MAUNCE WAGMAN
3
4
YTTZCHAK WAINER
3
4
IDA WEINBERGER
3
4
ANN WILNER
3
4
ALFRED H. WOUN
3
4
LENA CUMSTAIN
4
5
ALAN B. COHEN
4
5
NATHAN DEUTSCH
4
5
JENNIE FELDMAN
4
5
LOUIS GOLDBERG
4
5
ISRAEL GOLDIN
4
5
4
5
DETfY i4fEITTZ:20UDSMIT
-,,
4
5
FRANK ORECHKIN
4
5
ELKUNO ROSEN H ECK
4
5
DAVID SCHOICHIT
4
5
SARAH WEINGARDEN
4
5
PEARL G. WOOL
4
5
BENJAMIN BRODMAN
5
6
GABRIEL N. EISMAN
5
6
SAM EUAS
5
6
MOE ENGEL
5
6
MEYER GREENSPOON
5
6
JOSEPH L HOLTZMAN
5
6
PHIUP KAWA
5
6
SHEILA LAZOWSKY
5
6
OSCAR LERCHIN
5
6
YALE LEVIN
5
6
BERTHA MIGDAL
5
6
BEN RUBENSTEIN
5
6
HARRY SMITH
5
6
SAM TARNOPOL
5
6
HENRY WATERSTONE
5
6
ROSE BENJAMIN
6
7
ADELE BROWN
6
7
BELLA CHESTNUT
6
7
ANNA R. CHINITZ
6
7
DORA COHEN
6
7
ANNA NEWMAN GRAFF
6
7
BENA HEITKAMP
6
7
SALLY HESS
6
7
EVA SINGERMAN
6
7
HYMAN SWEET
6
7

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