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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-06-03

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SHELDON
MONUMENT
COMPANY

MONUMENTS BY

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Samuel Ravin

Samuel Ravin, former
owner of Vogue Lanes, died
May 29 at age 84.
Born in Russia, Mr. Ravin
lived 82 years in Detroit. He
was a member the Downtown
Synagogue, Thmple Israel and
Congregation Beth Achim,
the Hannah Schloss Old
Timers, Craftsman Lodge of
the Masons and Crescent
Shrine Club.
He leaves his wife,
Catherine; a son, Martin; a
daughter, Mrs. Suzanne Rudy
of St. Clair Shores; a brother,
Sidney; four sisters, Mrs. Jack
(Hattie) Wander, Esther, Mrs.
David (Goldie) Sherman of
Ohio and Mrs. Milton
(Frances) Foster of
Milwaukee, Wis.; and four
grandchildren.

Celia Davis

Celia B. Davis, a life
member of Hadassah, died
May 31 at age 88.
Born in Providence, R.I.,
Mrs. Davis lived many years
in Detroit prior to moving to
Dallas, Tex., where she resid-
ed at the time of her death.
She was a member of Women
of Jewish National Fund,
Women's American ORT and
Congregation B'nai David.
She leaves a daughter, Mrs.
Irving (Dorothy) Roder of
Dallas; two sisters, Irene
Brownstein of North Miami
Beach, Fla., and Mrs. Sophie
Sonn of Lauderhill, Fla.; and
two grandchildren. Interment
Detroit.

Florence
Friedman

Florence Friedman, a
member of the national
boards of Jewish Naional
Fund and Hadassah, died
May 30 at age 89.
Born in Poland, Mrs. Fried-
man lived 80 years in Detroit.
She held offices in both the
Jewish National Fund and
Hadassah. Mrs. Friedman
was a life-long member of
Congregation Shaarey Zedek
and was graduated from
Detroit City College.
She leaves a son, Abba; two
brothers, Louis Parzen and
George Parzen; and four
grandchildren.

Mildred Lewis

Mildred M. Lewis, a retired
office worker, died May 22 at
age 76.
Born in Detroit, Mrs. Lewis
resided in San Francisco,
Calif., at the time of her
death. She was a former
member of the Youth Educa-

J. Stewart Linden

J. Stewart Linden, a cer-
tified public accountant, died
May 27 at age 74.
Born in Copenhagen, Den-
mark, Mr. Linden lived 72
years in the U.S. He was a
member of Adat Shalom
Synagogue, B'nai B'rith,
Perfection Lodge of the
Masons, the Shriners, the Ac-
countants Guild, National
Association of CPAs, national
board member of Sloan Ket-
tering Memorial Hospital.
Mr. Linden established the
J. Stewart Linden Philan-
thropic Foundation.
He leaves his wife, Hanna;
two sons, Allan J. and Sanford
J.; two daughters, Mrs. Ar-
thur (Dr. Jill Linden) Sowers
of Maryland and Barbara of
Maine; two brothers, Judge
Joseph S. of Owosso, Mich,
and Bernard E.; and four
grandchildren.

NEWS

Peace Forum
Skirts Issues

Atlanta (JTA) — Jews and
Muslims in Atlanta are tak-
ing tenative steps to explore
Mideast peace together. But
while they coverd common
religious ground at two recent
events, they seemed to skirt
around issues that might
have provoked confrontation.
Only 50 people, including
Jews, Muslims, Christians
and Quakers, attended a re-
cent peace forum at the Mar-
tin Luther King Jr. Center for
Nonviolent Change. The
turnout was slight compared
to the 175 Muslims, Chris-
tians and Jews who attended
a similar forum in Kansas Ci-
ty, Mo., March 24.
The participants managed
to avoid confrontation by
directing their criticism
toward the Reagan ad-
ministration, apportioning
collective blame for the
deadlock in the Mideast and
generally calling for co-
existence among Jews and
Arabs in the Mideast and
elsewhere.

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MAX G. SALASNEK
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CHARLES USHER
ASHER WAINER
HENRY WEINBAUM
ISADORE DIAMOND
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DORA GREENSTEIN
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RACHEL L. NEUFELD
EDITH POSS
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