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October 02, 1987 - Image 62

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-10-02

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I OBITUARIES

The Family of the Late

In Times of Sorrow
We Will Cater To Your Needs

We Deliver

RAE SEIGLE

Announces the unveil-

ing of a monument in her
memory 3 p.m. Sunday,
Oct. 4 at Cloverhill Park
Cemetery. Rabbi Specter
will officiate. Relatives
and friends are asked to
attend.

No Notice Required

Open 7 Days

Bread Basket Deli II

32839 Northwestern Highway
In Tiffany Square
.

626.6674

YIZKOR

Send Someone
Special a Gift
52 Weeks a Year.

IN MEMORY OF THE DEPARTED MEMBERS
OF THE
GREATER DETROIT SCRAP TRADE ASSOCIATION

ALL OF THE FOLLOWING ARE HONORED BY ITS
MEMBERS, FOR THEY WERE THE GLORY OF OUR
COMMUNITY THEY CHEERED US BY THEIR TOIL AND
SERVICE. THEIR MEMORY IS LIKE A BENEDICTION
UPON THE WORK OF OUR HANDS. THEY INSPIRED US
TO SERVE INCREASINGLY FOR THE BENEFIT AND
FELLOWSHIP OF ALL MEN.

ZICHRONAM LIVRACHA

EDWARD ALPERT
NORMAN ALTUS
DAVID ANBENDER
HARRY ANBENDER
BEN BAYLES
LEO BORDON
HYMAN CHABEN
ALBERT COHEN
OSCAR DOLINKE
JAY EDER
SID EDER
HARRY FATERNICK
MAX FATERNICK
ARTHUR FEALK

PHILIP P. FEALK
JACOB FISHMAN
ALEX FRIEDMAN
PHILIP FOREMAN
BEN FOON
LOUIS FOON
MORRIS LANDAU
JACK LEPLER
HENRY MILLER
JACK MILLER
LESTER MILLER
HARRY MURAV
JACK ROSENTHAL

PHIL SASLOVE
DAVE SIEGAL
SAM SCHWARTZBERG
THEODORE SILVERMAN
JACK SIPHER
MORRIS SPECTOR
CLAUDE SUPERSTINE
HYMAN TEPLITSKY
JACK WASSERMAN
SAM WASSERMAN
JACK WEINER
MAX WEINER
ABE WEINTRAUB
LOUIS WOLOK

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subscription to

THE

JEWISH NEWS!

N

DOROTHY
(ATLAS)
BREYER, former Detroiter
of Highland Park, Ill., died
Sept. 22. Survived by her hus-
band, Norman; two sons, Mat-
thew and Richard; a
daughter, Mrs. Glen (Marji)
Marder; two sisters, Miriam
Davis of Southfield and Ruth
Atlas of California; and one
granddaughter.

JOSEPH BREYER, 81,
died Sept. 28. He leaves a
brother, Louis; a niece and a
nephew.

ABBYE CARNEY, 77, died
Sept. 26. She leaves a son,

In Loving Memory Of

MORTON (1Viorty) BLUM

Sadly missed and never to be forgotten.

Brent; a sister, Mrs. Sol
(Elaine) Lewis; and three
grandchildren.

NATHAN CRONE, 66, of
Pontiac, died Sept. 24 in Sun
City, Ariz. Survived by his
wife, Betty; a son, David of
Chicago, Ill.; four daughters,
Anita of Pontiac, Diane of
Walled Lake, Barbara of West
Bloomfield and Cathy; and
four grandchildren.

DORA FELDMAN, 92, of
Oak Park, died Sept. 28. Sur-
vived by two sons, Bertram G.
and Robert W; two daughters,
Mrs. Fay Elaine Gittleman
and Mrs. Jerry B. Gordon of
Philadelphia, Pa.; a brother,
Stanley Musicant of Florida;
a sister, Mrs. Freida Johnson
of New York; seven grand-
children and two
great-grandchildren.

HATTIE
(HETTIE)
FELDMAN,
96, of
Southfield, died Sept. 26. Sur-
vived by a son, Dr. Arnold of
Wilmette, Ill.; a daughter,
Mildred Zeidman; ten grand-
children and seven
great-grandchildren.

Your wife Evelyn, Children
and Grandchildren

In Loving Memory of

RUTH GORDON, 97, died
Sept. 23. She leaves a
daughter-in-law, Doreen Gor-
don; four grandchildren and
four great-grandchildren.

AMANDA SUE HURWITZ

Who passed away October 13, 1986

MILLIE GRAFF, 85, of Oak
Park, died Sept. 27. Survived
by two daughters, Mrs.
Nathan (June) Cohen and
Mrs. Jack (Lois) Cohen; two
brothers, Sam Fisher and Leo
I. Fisher; two sisters, Mrs.
Rae Gilroy and Ms. Ethel
Fisher; seven grandchildren
and seven
great-grandchildren.

Always in our hearts and sadly missed by her
family, Joanee and Stephen Hurwitz, Bill, Ed and
Alexandra.

In Loving Memory Of

JIMMIE & TOBY LAKER

At this time of reflection .. .

I

PAULA (GUTSTEIN)
GREENSTEIN, 85, former
Detroiter of Chicago, Ill. died
Sept. 16. Survived by a
daughter, Mrs. Richard
(Ruthe) Bardos of Chicago; a
sister, Laura Scharfberg of
Haifa, Israel; a brother,
William Gerstl of Oak Park;
three grandchildren and one
great-grandchild. Interment
Chicago.

We miss and love you.

,

We remember our loved ones
For their legacy of caring
And we look within ourselves
To fulfill the promise of tomorrow —

From generation to generation.

The Federated Endowment Fund
of the
Jewish Welfare Federation/United Jewish Charities
and member agencies

163 Madison Avenue • Detroit, Michigan 48226 • 965-3939

Your Children &
Grandchildren

LONELINESS IS FOREVER

Loneliness is something I will have forever, for when
you left me part of me died with you. The pain I feel
now is the pain of IGNORANCE, for all those people
who have Mothers and who don't honor and love
them. They have not learned that when you love it
does not mean that you always have to agree.
I can only hope that somehow G-d makes it possible
for you to look down and see us and know that all
the love that you gave us is being returned to those
we love. To love and be loved is the greatest gift of all.
TO YOU ANNE F. BARRON I say these words,
"SLEEP WELL IN THE ARMS OF G-D, AND MAY YOU
HAVE ETERNAL PEACE."
Your Loving Family
SANDY, ARLEEN, CHARLES, ALLYSON,
GERSHON, MELISSA AND DAVID.

ELLEN JUDY GUIGAR,
37, of Ferndale, died Sept. 28.
Survived by her husband,
William; her parents,,Mr. and
Mrs. Stanley (Sarah) Engel;
two brothers, Dr. Jerry Engel
and Dr. Joel Engel of East
Lansing.

N

YETTA LEMON, 82, died
Sept. 23. She leaves five sons,
Al, Bob, Dick, Chuck and Leo;
three daughters, Mrs. Jean
Houpt, Mrs. Marge Barnhart
and Mrs. Don (Shirley)
Bradley; 33 grandchildren, 36

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