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February 12, 1988 - Image 120

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-02-12

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Raymond Moers

Raymond Moers, a printing
executive and founder of
Moers Inc., died Feb. 8 at age
84.
Born in Robinson, Ill., Mr.
Moers lived in Detroit for 68
years. He had residences in
Southfield and Palm Beach,
Fla.
He was a member of Temple
Beth El, Franklin Hills Coun-
try Club, Great Lakes Club,
Standard _ Club. In his early
years, he played piano in
night clubs in Detroit and in
Cincinnati and played piano
for silent movies. He also
played piano on the first
Boblo boat.
He leaves his wife, Mollie;
three sons, Thomas of Mon-
tgomery, Ala., Robert Moers
and Robert Rosin; 16 grand-
children and three
great-grandchildren.

Erika Corby

Erika Corby, former co-
owner and officer of Paul Cor-
by Associates, died Feb. 9 at
age 85.
Born in Hungary, Mrs. Cor-
by lived 48 years in Detroit.
She was a member of Temple
Beth El and Hadassah.
She leaves two daughters,
Mrs. Richard (Eve) Kommel
and Mrs. Herbert (Margot)
Gardner; ten grandchildren
and four great-grandchildren.

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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1988

Dr. Bernice Izner Berns-
tein, a child psychiatrist, died
Feb. 2 at age 80.
Born in Russia, Dr. Berns-
tein had worked for more
than 35 years for Boys'
Republic. She also was in
private practice.
She was a member of Tem-
ple Beth El, Franklin Hills
Country Club, Hadassah, Na-
tional Council of Jewish
Women. She was graduated
from Loyola University
Medical School.
Dr. Bernstein was honored
in 1986 with the Physicians
Recognition Award. She was
involved in activities on
behalf of Kadima and Cran-
brook Institute.
In the medical field, she
was a member of the
American Association for
Psychiatry, Michigan Medical
Society and the Michigan
Psychiatric Association and
the American Medical
Association.
She leaves a daughter,
Marlene Shulak Isaacson of
Greenwich, Conn.; three sons,
Dr. Bruce Shulak of La Jolla,
Calif., Yale Bernstein and

Martin "Bud" Bernstein; a
sister, Mrs. Avin (Evelyn)
Sable of Milwaukee, Wis.; six
grandchildren and one
great-grandson.

Al Siegel

Al Siegel, former owner of
the now defunct Elmwood
Casino in Windsor and
founder of the Windsor
Raceway, died Jan. 17 at age
86 in North Miami Beach,
Fla.
Mr. Siegel owned the club
from 1946 until he declared
bankruptcy in 1974. He
resigned from the board of the
raceway in 1971.
Among his survivors are his
wife, Nancy; and a son, Bob of
Toronto.

Rebbe's Wife

New York — Rebbetzin
Chaya Moussia Schneerson,
wife of Rabbi Menachem M.
Schneerson, the Lubavitcher
Rebbe, died Feb. 10 at age 86.
The daughter of the
previous Lubavitcher Rebbe,
Rabbi Yosef Yitzchak
Schneersohn, Mrs. Schneer-
son helped obtain her father's
release after he was jailed
under the Stalinist regime.
She married her husband in
1928 and after escaping the
Nazis, they came to the U.S.
in 1941.

NEWS 1'

JNF Names

Three Honorees

Jewish National Fund of
Detroit has named Wayne
State University President
Dr. David Adamany, Detroit
Free Press Publisher David
Lawrence, and cancer resear-
cher Dr. Vainutis Vaitkevicius
as its Tree Of Life Award
recipients.
The three will be cited at a
March 28 dinner at Cong.
Shaarey Zedek for their ser-
vice to mankind.

Tel Aviv
Stocks Plummet

Tel Aviv (JTA) The Tel
Aviv Stock Exchange has
taken a beating since the
beginning of the year. The
general shares index has
dropped by 24.5 percent and
the downward trend
continues.
In trading Sunday, the in-
dex fell by 1.42 percent to
91.65, representing a loss of
$1.27 billion in less than two
months.

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