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April 15, 1988 - Image 120

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-04-15

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I OBITUARIES

OVER 60,

And Concerned About
The Expense Of
Nursing Home Care?

HERE ARE FOUR POSSIBLE
SOLUTIONS:

1 You Could Use Your Savings. If you are like most of us, it may
not take long to use it up.

2

You Could Borrow. Most senior citizens may find it difficult to
borrow sufficient amounts.

3

You Could Turn to Relatives. This alternative may or may not be
available for you.

4

YOU COULD CALL NOW to see if you QUALIFY FOR

We Will Always Be There
When You Need Us
For A Beautiful Shiva Tray

STAR DELI

OPEN 7 DAYS 7 a.m. to 10 p.m.

24555 W. 12 MILE
Just west of Telegraph

WE
DELIVER

352-73E1

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

NURSING HOME INSURANCE COVERAGE

Act now to help insure your financial security.

For cost and details of coverage call or write:

29145 Northwestern Hwy. at 12 Mile Rd.
Franklin Shopping Center
356-2310

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Protecting Your Insurance Needs for Over 40 Years

send

THE JEWISH NEWS

354-6060

as a gift

T H
• .;

FOR A CONDOLENCE
OR SHIVA TRAY
NO NOTICE NEEDED

BAGEL
DELI
6086 W. MAPLE AT FARMINGTON RD.

DELIVERY
AVAILABLE

THE BRIGHT IDEA

• W. BLOOMFIELD • 851-9666

E L

A R K

Peace of mind in meaningful ways.

Because the choice is an eternal one, your care in selecting Beth El Memorial Park will be evident.
Consider that Perpetual Care of every site is included in the remarkably reasonable cost.
Suitable arrangements can be made if extended payments are requested.

and serenity now... and for always.

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The comfort ofknowing- "it's taken care of "



4.

For Information, call Temple Beth El (313) 851-1100.

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FRIDAY, APRIL 15, 1988

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BETH EL ME 01.1.1: PAR
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Excellent selections of locations are presently available.
All markers are uniform throughout to maintain the
beauty of the Memorial Park.

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trist%I .

"Serving the
Jewish Community"

;

New York (JTA) — Abraham
Goodman, a leader of the
Zionist Organizaion of
America and active in
numerous Jewish causes, died
April 8 at age 98. Mr. Good-
man rose from a pushcart
vendor to chairman of a $300
million corporation, Goody
Products, Inc.
Mr. Goodman founded
many Jewish-sponsored in-
stitutions that reflected his
interest in Jewish education
and culture. They include the
Reconstructionist Rabbinical
College in Philadelphia, the
Herzliah Jewish Teachers
Seminary in New York and
Mt. Sinai Hospital in Miami
Beach. He was virtually the
sole source of financial sup-
port for the Tarbuth Founda-
tion for the Advancement of
Hebrew Culture.
In 1977, he contributed $2.5
million toward the erection of
a building near Lincoln
Center in Manhattan to
house the Tarbuth Founda-
tion and the Heberw Art
School of Music and Dance.
Completed in 1978, it was
named the Abraham Good-
man House.
Mr. Goodman's many af-
filiations and interests in-
cluded the Jewish
Telegraphic Agency. For a
number of years he was
treasurer of the JTA. During
World War I, Mr. Goodman
and his brother, Jacob,
enlisted in the Jewish Legion.

Use Of Tear Gas
Called Humane

Jewish tradition dictates that we acknowledge the inevitable and meet our responsibility
with dignity and care. There is no better time than the present to respect this obligation,
to make the decision of where your family burial place will be.

In a gracious setting of large, matured trees, gracefully curving, paved roadways
wind through thirty acres of meticulously groomed landscape. This beautiful
setting is undeniably ideal as a place of eternal rest.

Abraham
Goodman

"'""mmi NEWS

So that those whose memories we cherish may rest in peace
surrounded by beauty forever.
he need we can't dismiss.

BETH EL MEMORIAL PARK
28120 Six Mile Road
Between Inkster
and Middlebelt Roads

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Washington (JTA) — An of-
ficial of a California company
that sells tear gas to Israel
said that its use is "the most
humane way of controlling
crowds."
She was responding to a de-
mand from the American-
Arab Anti-Discrimination
Committee (ADC) that the
company stop shipping tear
gas canisters to Israel.
In a March 31 letter to
TransTechnology President
Dan McBride, Abdeen
Jabara, president of the ADC,
charged that the "lethal gas"
is responsible for the deaths
of 32 Palestinians.
Yosef Gal, the spokesman at
the Israeli Embassy, said that
the ADC's death figures were
"purely propaganda." He said
that Israel's use of tear gas
possibly caused one death in
the territories since
December, but even that was
not certain.

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