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March 03, 1989 - Image 122

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-03-03

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(OBITUARIES I

B'NAITSRAEL Nava Cadexe

DYSAUTONOMIA

TRANQUILITY, BEAUTY AND DIGNITY ENHANCED BY PERPETUAL CARE

42400 12 MILE ROAD

ACROSS FROM THE

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$345.00
PER SPACE

Exclusively
Serving Our
Jewish Community and
Featuring The
Gardens of

THE TREE OF LIFE and
THE TWELVE TRIBES
OF ISRAEL

FOR COMPLETE
DETAILS CONTACT

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TWELVE OAKS MALL

Scheduled price
increase to
S395 per space
to take effect
2-28-89

MARGARET COOKE, 81,

AMENITIES INCLUDE:

died Feb. 26. She leaves a son,
Lewis E.; three grandchildren
and two great-grandchildren.

(1) Membership of national lot exchange
(2) Free credit life, for those 65 years
of age or younger
(3) Free children's protection until 18

years of age
(4) Free perpetual care
(5) Payment pions, of course

Accepted by
representatives of the
Orthodox, Conservative
and Reform communities

LILLIAN DICTOR, former
Detroiter of Los Angeles,
Calif., died Feb. 10. She leaves
a son, Lawrence of Culver Ci-
ty, Calif.; a brother, Irving
Kartzman of Encino, Calif.;
two sisters, Mrs. Anne Cobin
of Palm Springs, Calif., and
Mrs. Phillip (Charlotte)
Edelheit of Southfield; and
two grandchildren. Interment
Los Angeles.

Dr. Felicia B. Axelrod

Physician Director of the Dysautonomia Treatment and
Evaluation Center at NYU MC.

"Since we have not yet developed a carrier test or
a pre-natal diagnostic test, early detection of the
disease's symptoms is crucial."

Dysautonomia Foundation Inc.

The Family of the Late

Acknowledges with grateful appreciation
the many kind expressions of sympathy ex-
tended by relatives and friends during the
family's recent bereavement.

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Phone: (313) 557-6644

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FRIDAY, MARCH 3, 1989

MARIE
GOLDIA
DURAKIEWICZ, 76, died

1006 Ann Street Birmingham, MI 48009
313/646-3553

ROSI YOUNG

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died Feb. 24. Survived by a
sister, Lillian Zuckerman of
Chicago, Ill.; two nephews,
Roland Biller and Arthur
Kenneth Biller; a niece, Mrs.
Eleanor Goldstein; great-
nieces and great-nephews.

WHILE THE CEMETERY DEVELOPS,
PRICES WILL CONTINUE TO RISE!

851-4803

,!;1‘

RUTH
DOROTHY
BILLER, 81, of Southfield,

Feb. 22. She leaves Dr. Larry
L. and Dr. Diane S. Blau,
Cheryl and David Blau and
Mrs. Jim (Lisa) Love.

WE'RE FIGHTING FOR YOUR LIFE

CLARA HAUSNER, 87,

American Heart Association

died Feb. 27. She leaves a son,
Dr. Murray M. of Los Angeles,
Calif.; a daughter, Mrs. Mur-
ray B. (Shirley) Levin; seven
grandchildren and two great-
grandchildren.

In Loving
Memory Of

DR. RONALD
COLUMBUS

In Memory Of
My Sister

RITA ROMANO

Who passed away
March 4, 1984. I miss
our sister giggles, tears
& dreams. I'll always
miss you.
Linda

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CHOLESTERHOLICS EAT
LIKE THERE'S NO TOMORROW

Cholesterholics love rich, fatty foods. They can't seem to get
through a day without lots of meat dripping in gravy. Cream
always goes into their coffee. One sweet dessert leads to
another. But the fact is, these foods can increase the level of
cholesterol in the blood which can lead to heart disease.

But there's a way to help yourself. By cutting down on the fatty
foods in your diet, you could reduce your blood cholesterol
level and perhaps reduce your chance of heart disease.

So if you think you might be a cholesterholic, contact your
American Heart Association for a diet good for life.

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IRVING KOTLIER, of
Washington, Mich., died Feb.
25. Survived by his wife, Mol-
ly; three sons, Dr. Ernest,
Frank and Bernard; two
daughters, Marian and Mar-
tha; a brother, Sam; a sister;
and one grandchild.

JONATHAN SC OTT
KOVAN, 2, died Feb. 22. He
leaves his parents, Dr. and
Mrs. Bruce (Ilene) Kovan; his
grandparents, Dr. and Mrs.
Fred (Ann) Benderoff and Dr.
and Mrs. Dennis (Mildred)
Kovan; his great-grand-
mother, Mrs. Phillip (Ida)
Lewis.

GERALD KOWAL, 64, died

Feb. 22. He leaves his wife,
Ruth; five children, David
Kowal of New York, Mrs. Alan
(Sherry) Zacharia of San
Mateo, Calif., Judy Kowal of
Tijeras, N.M., Mrs. Dale
(Jeanne) Stone and Wendy
Davidson; a brother, Meyer;
and four grandchildren.

ABRAHAM I. MILGROM,
74, of Southfield, died Feb. 26.
Survived by his wife, Anne;
four sons, Stuart, Dr. Paul of
Stanford, Calif., Steven of
Sacramento, Calif., Barry of
San Francisco, Calif.; three
brothers, Sam of Toronto,
Ont., Rabbi Louis of Min-

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