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November 25, 1988 - Image 142

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-11-25

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SAY
IT
WITH
TREES

The Family of the Late

REUBEN
WOLNEZ

Announces the unveiling of a monument in his
memory 2 p.m., Sunday, November 27, at Hebrew
Memorial Park. Rabbi Polter will officiate. Relatives
and friends are invited to attend.

JEWISH
NATIONAL FUND

4

18877 W. Ten Mile Road
Suite 104
Southfield, Michigan 48075
Phone: (313) 557-6644
Monday thru Thursday
9 A.M. to 5 P.M.
Friday 9 A.M. to
2 hrs. before Sabbath

In Loving Memory Of

RAYMOND
BRESLER

Who passed away December 12, 1981 (16
Kislev). Sadly missed, never to be forgotten and
forever in our hearts.

Your loving wife, Rose,
Children and Grandchildren

.1.• ■

In Loving Memory Of
Our Dearest Mother, Grandmother
and Great Grandmother

NORMA
GELIEBTER

Who passed away 13 years ago on Nov. 28, 1975.
No longer in our lives to share but in our hearts. You
are always there. Sadly missed by children,
Belle, Ida and Jack,
Grandchildren and Great Grandchildren

A Positive Point
About Breast Cancer.

Now we can see it before
you can feel it. When it's no
bigger than the dot on this
pa e.
An d when it's 90% cur-
able. With the best chance
of saving the breast.
The trick is catching it
early. And that's exactly
what a mammogram can do.
A mammogram is a sim-
ple x-ray that s simply the
best news yet for detecting
breast cancer. And saving
lives.
If you're over 35, ask
your doctor about
mammography.

A VERY SPECIAL NOTE OF GRATITUDE
TO ALL THE
MANY WONDERFUL PEOPLE
WHO MADE A
BITTER EXPERIENCE
BITTERSWEET

From the family of

TED GELL

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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1988

I OBITUARIES

DR. SAUL BERNARD AR-
BIT, 63, former Detroiter of
Milwaukee, Wis., died Nov.
13. Survived by his wife,
Naomi; two sons, Dr. Scott
and Bruce; a brother, Dr. S.
Meyer of Southfield; two
sisters, Mrs. Ben (Rose) Magy
of Southfield and Mrs.
Lawrence (Shirley) White of
Oak Park; five grandchildren,
nieces and nephews. Inter-
ment Milwaukee.

SARAH BACKHAUT, 85, of
Detroit, died Nov. 20. Surviv-
ed by a brother, Harry L.
Blitz; two sisters, Mrs. Eva
Pollock and Mrs. Sophia Rog-
gin; nieces and nephews.

SYLVIA SARA BARMAN,
68, died Nov. 17. She leaves
her husband, Nathan; two
sons, Aaron of New York and
Barry; three sisters, Mrs.
Sidney (Bessie) Moss, Mrs. Sol
(Jenny) Broad of Menlo Park,
Calif., and Ida Chamish; and
two grandchildren.

ETHEL BERMAN, 70, of
Cleveland, Ohio, died Nov. 1.
Survived by her husband,
'Ibd; a daughter, Laurie Kim-
mel of Southfield; two sisters,
Hannah Fields of Cleveland
and Minnie Posner of Tampa,
Fla.; two brothers, Jack
Hochheiser of Cleveland and
Sandford Heiser of Yonkers,
N.Y.; and two grandchildren.

LOUIS BREYER, 77, died
Nov. 20. He leaves his wife,
Libby; a son, Allan; and three
grandchildren.

WALTER EPSTEIN, 79, of
Oak Park, died Nov. 20. Sur-
vived by his wife, Tillie; a
daughter, Mrs. Sidney
(Sylvia) Abramowitz; a
brother, Ted J.; three grand-
children and four great-
grandchildren.

SOL GUS, 74, former
Detroiter of Delray Beach,
Fla., died Nov. 15. Survived
by his wife, Frances; a son, Dr.
Myron of Farmington Hills; a
daughter, Mrs. David
(Sharon) Katz; a brother,
Louis of Southfield; a sister,
Mrs. Bessie Rosenthal of
Southfield; and four grand-
children. Interment Detroit.

CLARE HELLER, 84, died
Nov. 18. She leaves a son, Dr.
Clifford; a brother, Allen
Braver; a sister, Mrs. Albert
(Betty) Kahn of Las Vegas,
Nev.; three grandchildren and
three great-grandchildren. In-
terment Florida.

BESSIE DORA KUTNICK,
70, died Nov. 20. She leaves
her husband, Arthur; three
sons, Ronald Rose, Barry Rose
of Denver, Colo., and Mark

I

Kutnick of Phoenix, Ariz.;
two daughters, Mrs. Rudy
(Abby) Turchuk of Connecticut
and Judith Rose of Portland,
Ore.; a sister, Mrs. Robert
(Rose) Stocker of LaHabra,
Calif.; 10 grandchildren and
one great-granddaughter.

SARAH D. LEVINE, 78, of
Oak Park, died Nov. 13. Sur-
vived by a son, Dr. Sheldon of
Palos Heights, Ill.; a
daughter, Mrs. Mark (Gilda)
Kopitz; two sisters, Mrs. Edith
Levin and Mrs. Thomas
(Lena) Zohott of Lauderdale
Lakes, Fla.; and five
grandchildren.

LILLIAN E. LEVITIN, 83,
of Detroit, died Nov. 19. Sur-
vived by a brother, Leonard;
two nephews, Mark and •
Jeffrey.

DORIS KRAUSE ROSEN-
BAUM, 80, died Nov. 16. She
leaves her husband, Arthur;
four sons, Daniel Krause,
Robert Rosenbaum of Califor-
nia, Edward Rosenbaum and
Richard Rosenbaum; two
daughters, Mrs. Edward
(Marilyn) Stern of San Diego
and Carol Pollock; two
brothers, Ben Spitzer of
Chicago, Ill., and Louis
Spitzer; two sisters, Mrs. Ar-
thur(Lillian) Fisher and
Sydelle Feinberg; and 16
grandchildren.

HYMAN SILVER, 86,
former Detroiter of West Palm
Beach, Fla., died Nov. 7. Sur-
vived by his wife, Rose; two
daughters, Mrs. Paul (Idene)
Fink of Royal Palm Beach,
Fla., Mrs. Phillip (Norma)
York of Southfield; six grand-
children and five great-
grandchildren. Interment
Florida.

Fro. Paul Feldman

Dr. Paul H. Feldman, a
psychoanalyst, died Nov. 16 at
age 73.
Born in New York City, Dr.
Feldman lived in Detroit for
65 years. He was graduated
from Wayne State University
and its medical school.
He was a fellow of the
American Psychiatric
Association, a member of the
American Medical Associa-
tion, former faculty member
at the WSU Medical School,
past president of the
American Academy of
Psychoanalysis and a
member of temple Emanu-El.
He leaves his wife, Miriam;
a son, Dennis; a daughter,
Mrs. Howard (Dr. Barbara)
Fischer; a sister, Mrs. Samuel
(Celia) Goodman; and two
grandchildren.

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