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September 23, 1988 - Image 131

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-09-23

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SHELDON
MONUMENT
COMPANY

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19800 WOODWARD AVE.

Los Angeles, Calif.; a
daughter, Jill of Glendale,
Ariz.; a sister, Mrs. Louis
(Charlotte) Castle of Flint;
and three grandchildren.

DR. HARRY WOLF LIN-
DY, 75, died Sept. 19. He
leaves his wife, Shirley; two
daughters, Mrs. Harvey
(Jacalyn) Hirschhorn and
Mrs. Howard (Paula) Kagan,
both of Chicago; two sons, Dr.
Marc and Malcolm of Bedford,
Ohio; two sisters, Sarah
Smith and Molly Marco; a
brother, Dr. Bernard Zager of
California; and four
grandchildren.

BLUMA MEDOW, 92,
former Detroiter of
Cleveland, Ohio, died Sept.
18. Survived by a daughter,
Mrs. Norman (Lottie)
Franklin of Cleveland; two
sons, Herman of Cleveland
and Steve of West Bloomfield;
six grandchildren and five
great-grandchildren. Inter-
ment Cleveland.

ROBERT NATHANS, 86, of
Oak Park, died Sept. 15. Sur-
vived by his wife, Selma; a
son, Richard of Vancouver,
B.C.; a daughter, Rhoda of
New York City; and one
grandson.

KENNETH RHODES, 52,
former Detroiter of Chester-
field, Mo., died Sept. 15. He
leaves his wife, Emily; three
children, Steven of Apopka,
Fla., Mrs. Paul (Karen) Rader
of Manchester, Mo., and
David of Chesterfield; a
brother, Russell of West
Bloomfield; and one grand-
daughter. Interment St.
Louis.

FRANCES RUBIN, 77,
former Detroiter of San Ber-
nardino, Calif., died Sept. 17.
Survived by her husband,
Louis; three daughters, Mrs.
Richard (Charlotte) Danto of
San Bernardino, Mrs.
William (Elaine) Pickens and
Mrs. Michael (Marlene)
Cousens; a brother in Russia;
seven grandchildren and four
great-grandchildren.

MELVIN RUBIN, 66, of
Warren, died Sept. 14. Surviv-
ed by his wife, Mildred; a son,
Michael Mizrahi; two
brothers, Alex E. and David;
two sisters, Mrs. Sarah Citron
and Mrs. Edna Gold; and two
grandchildren.

HELEN LABE RUPP, 81,
died Sept. 18. She leaves two
sons, Ben Labe and Mark
Labe of Los Angeles, Calif.;
two sisters, Rose Briner of
Bridgeport, Conn., and Her-
mina Klein of Los Angeles;
and five grandchildren.

ROSE MORRIS SAPER,
84, died Sept. 18. She leaves
a daughter, Mrs. Lucene
Wasserman; a sister, Zelle
Morris; three granddaughters
and four great-grandchildren.

MARCIA GLASSER
66, former
SINGER,
Detroiter of Demarest, N.J.,
died Sept. 8. She leaves her
husband, Dr. Harold; a
daughter, Joan; a brother, Ir-
win Glasser of Southfield. In-
terment New Jersey.

LILLIAN SCHER, 83, died
Sept. 16. She leaves a son,
Laurence of Marietta, Ga.;
two daughters, Mrs. Bernard
(Marilyn) Pincus and Mrs.
Glen (Lynda) Steele; a
brother, Meyer Ebelstein of
California; a sister, Mrs.
Simon (Sarah) Silver; and
nine grandchildren.

SOPHIA SCHWARTZ, 88,
died Sept. 14. She leaves a
son, Alan E.; a daughter, Mrs.
Marilyn Giles; 14 grand-
children and eight
great-grandchildren.

BEN TREISMAN, 89,
former Detroiter of
Milwaukee, Wis., died Sept.
15. He leaves his wife, Gloria;
a son, Dr. Edward; two
daughters, Mrs. Henry (Bar-
bara) Burko of Milwaukee
and Frances Horwitz of
Detroit; a sister, Chana
Schraub of Miami Beach,
Fla.; 10 grandchildren, three
great-grandchildren. Inter-
ment Milwaukee.

NEWS

Israeli Boxers
Reinstated In
Olympics

Tel Aviv (JTA) — The Inter-
national Boxing Federation's
suspension of three Israeli
boxers was lifted in time for
them to compete the Olympic
Games which started in
Seoul, South Korea, last
Saturday.
The boxers had been sus-
pended for touring South
Africa last June, in violation
of the international sports
boycott of the apartheid state.
As a result of the tour, the
Israel Boxing Federation was
expelled from the interna-
tional group.
Nevertheless, the boxers
had gone to Seoul as
members of the Israeli Olym-
pic team. They were rein-
stated after the Israeli federa-
tion explained to the interna-
tional authorities that the
trio already has been disci-
plined for participating in
South African tournaments
secretly, and in defiance of ex-
plicit orders.
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