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October 14, 1988 - Image 139

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-10-14

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WE REMEMBER

During the coming week Yeshivath Beth
Yehudah will observe the Yahrzelts of the
following departed friends, with the tradi-
tional Memorial Prayers, recitation of Kad-
dish and Studying of Mishnavos.

DOROTHY WOLACK, 85,
former Detroiter of Lauder-
dale Lakes, Fla., died Oct. 5.
Survived by two daughters,
Mrs. Robert (Janet) Bichkoff
and Mrs. Shirley Lowther of
British Columbia; a brother,
Sumner Cotton of Worcester,
Mass.; a sister, Mrs. Alice
Kay; four grandchildren and
six great-grandchildren.

Peter Clayton

Peter Clayton, who worked
in the advertising depart-
ment of the Detroit Free Press,
died Oct. 8 at age 90.
Born in Russia, Mr. Clayton
lived 60 years in Detroit. He
was a member of Adat
Shalom Synagogue and its
men's club, Jewish Communi-
ty Center and Louis Marshall
Lodge of B'nai B'rith.
He is survived by his wife,
Anne; two sons, Gerald and
Melvin; a daughter, Mrs.
Phillip (Eleanor) Selvan; five
grandchildren and two
great-granddaughters.

Post. He also was active in the
Jewish War Veterans.
He is survived by a son,
Abraham; a daughter, Mrs.
Lilly Levy; two brothers, Lou
of Hollywood, Fla., and Nate;
a sister, Brinah Kashdan of
Staten Island, N.Y.; four
grandchildren and two
great-grandchildren.

Leslie Schmier

Leslie R. Schmier, an at-
torney and real estate
developer, died Oct. 10 at age
74.
Born in Detroit, Mr.
Schmier was the past presi-
dent of the Wayne State
University Alumni Associa-

Joseph Shapiro

fl

Joseph Shapiro was a true
patriot. A veteran with a high
record for service to the U.S.,
he expressed his devotion in
his multiple memberships in
veterans' movements and his
activities in them for nearly
six decades.
He became an admired
member in the community
with his enthusiasm for pro-

Joseph Shapiro

gramming in the Home for
Aged where he died Oct. 9 at
age 97.
For many years, until only
about three years ago, he was
a constant visitor at The
Jewish News, bringing with
him his poetry which was fre-
quently published in the
newspaper.
Born in London, England,
Mr. Shapiro came to the U.S.
in the early 1900s. He served
in the U.S. Army in World
War I and was awarded the
Purple Heart and the French
Medal of Honor. He worked
37 years as a tool and die
maker for the Ford Motor Co.
and was commander of the
Amerian Legion's Rosenwald

ETHEL BAGGLEMAN
PHILIP BLOOM
PEARL CADEN
SYVLIA DEAN
SOL FELSOT
DAVID HIRSCH
BESSIE LEVIN
ROSE BIELEWICH
SOLOMON J. FISCHER
REGINA SCHEY
MEYER D. STERN
ABRAHAM TKATCH
JULIUS CHOLODENKO
SADIE FRANKFORT
L. SIMON GORENSTEIN
ESTHER LIPSON
SALLY G. MASON
LOUIS I. SHAER
HERSH SHORR
IDA STEIN
HARRY WEINGARDEN
SARAH GENDELMAN
ARON HYMAN
HANNAH NEWMAN
MOSHE H. SACHS
MORRIS SILVER
DAVID SILVERSTEIN
HERBERT L. TENNEN
YITZCHOK BARUH
ZELDA BARUH
MORDECHAI BURKOW
MINNIE BERMAN
BEN DOBIN
HILDA FELDMAN
MINNIE GREENSTEIN
BESSIE PARTOVICH
ISADORE PAZNER
REUBEN SANDLER
MAURICE TACHNA
MIRIAM FELDMAN
ISAAC KAPLAN
BESSIE STORCH KLEIN
LEAH LESONSKY
ROSE L. LESSER
BERNARD E. POLLAK
IDA ELIAS
IDA FURMAN
CHARLOTTE HOCHMAN
DAVID LAPIDES
CHARLES LAWRENCE
LOUIS PAPO
HARRY PFEIFFER
ROSE S. RABIN
MENDEL RABINOVITCH
DONALD SCHIFF

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Mr. Schmier was a founder
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He leaves his wife, Regene;
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