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July 07, 1989 - Image 106

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-07-07

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r—We Will Always Be There
When You Need Us
For A Beautiful Shiva Tray

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STAR DELI

OPEN 7 DAYS 7 a.m. to 10 p.m.

W. 12 MILE
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west of Telegraph

WE
DELIVER

I OBITUARIES

352-73771

The Family
of the Late

PAUL B.
NEWMAN

Acknowledges with
grateful appreciation the
many kind expressions
of sympathy extended
by relatives and friends
during the family's re-
cent bereavement.

In Loving
Memory Of

The Family of the Late

LILL
GOLDE

HERBERT S.
BRANDWINE

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

Frances Weiss, Betty Lessen and Sonia Sylvan

Who passed away July
11, 1986 (the 4th of Tam-
muz). Sadly missed and
never to be forgotten by
His Wife, Children and
Grandson.

In cherished memory of

JANICE CHARACH EPSTEIN

A lady of great nobility whose life was filled with dignity, love and corn-
passion for fellow beings. This tribute of memorable affections comes
from the scores of her friends and co-workers in this community and
in Israel.

Her concern for the gallant brethren in Israel, her special interest and
devotion she displayed for Magen David Adom inscribed her name in-
erasably in the records of staunch supporters of the State of Israel. May
her memory remain a blessing for all time to come. Her untimely pass-
ing is a painful loss to all of us.

Our heartfelt condolences to the entire family.

Deeply saddened

AMERICAN RED MAGEN DAVID FOR ISRAEL

Michigan Region

J

RECLAIMING OUR

HOMELAND

announces the establishment of the

HARVEY ALAN DEUTCH MEMORIAL FOREST

in the American Independence Park

Jerusalem, Israel

Dedicated by the Family

July 3, 1989

FRIDAY, JULY 7, 1989

CHARLES COHEN, 85, of
Southfield, died June 30. Sur-
vived by his wife, Pearl; a son,
Dr. Mark of Moraga, Calif.; a
daughter, Mrs. Charles (Sally)
Reich; two brothers, David of
Los Angeles, Calif., and
Harry of Beverly Hills, Calif.;
six grandchildren and two
great-grandchildren.

LEONARD COHEN, 70,
died June 27. He leaves his
wife, Eva; and a son, Martin
of Arlington, Mass.

IDA GREENBLATT, 73,
died June 27. She leaves two
sons, Sheldon and Stanley; a
daughter, Mrs. Mayo (Pearl)
Friedlis of Potomac, Md.; two
brothers, Melvin Milstein of
Staten Island, N.Y., and Ber-
nard Milstein of Delray
Beach, Fla.; a sister, Mrs.
Frances Gellman of Israel;
and seven grandchildren.

ARTHUR HELLER, 72,
former Detroiter of Las Vegas,
Nev., died June 25. Survived
by his wife, Dorothy; a
daughter, Marcea Azimov of
Scottsdale, Ariz.; a brother,
Herman of Margate, Fla.; and
two granddaughters. Inter-
ment Las Vegas.

LENA KATZ, 79, of Oak
Park, died July 4. Survived by
nieces and nephews.

LILLIAN (BARRON) KAY,
79, of Leominster, Mass., died
June 23. Survived by a
daughter, Deborah of Birm-
ingham; a son, David of
Houston, Texas; three sisters,
Elizabeth Kesselman and
Dorothy Cerier, both of Ran-
dolph, Mass., and Frances
Nelson of Beverly, Mass. In-
terment Fitchburg, Mass.

JEWISH NATIONAL FUND

106

MARGARET BUSSEY, 78,
died July 3. She leaves nieces,
nephews, great-nieces and
great-nephews.

SAMUEL NATHANSON,
86, of Miami Beach, Fla., died
June 30. Survived by his wife,
Bernice; two sons, Gerald of
New York City and Robert of
Jacksonville, Fla.; two
daughters, Mrs. Irving (Ruth)
Flaschen of Jacksonville and
Beverly Kruger of Farm-
ington Hills; a sister, Bessie
Kenter; 10 grandchildren and
12 great-grandchildren. Inter-
ment Miami.

NATHAN ROBBINS, 74, of
Southfield, died June 30. Sur-
vived by his wife, Bertha; a
son, Jeffrey; two daughters,
Mrs. Robert (Gail) Katz and
Mrs. Neil (Ruth) Baudhuin of
Brooklyn, N.Y.; two brothers,
Louis of Buffalo, N.Y., and Sol
of San Francisco, Calif.; a
sister, Mrs. Sam (Sally) Levin

of Buffalo;
grandchildren.

and

five

ROSE SILVER, 76, former
Detroiter of Florida, died Ju-
ly 3. She leaves two
daughters, Mrs. Paul (Idene)
Fink of Florida and Mrs. Phil
(Norma) York of Southfield;
six grandchildren and six
great-grandchildren. Inter-
ment Florida.

ABRAHAM LAWRENCE
TURCHIN, 75, of Detroit,
died July 1. Survived by a
sister, Mrs. Ruth Singer of
Seattle, Wash.

CHARLOTTE
MAE
YAGODA, 77, of Canton, h
Mich., died June 30. Surviv-c---)
ed by her husband, Irving; a
son, Brian of Glenview, Ill.;
two daughters, Mrs. Roger
(Joy) Huls and Mrs. Jarle
(Laurel) Eide of Lititz, Pa.; a
sister, Mrs. Marcella Kaplan
of West St. Paul, Minn.; and_
five grandchildren.

.

RUBEN YASHINSKY, 69, of
Oak Park, died July 2. Sur-
vived by his wife, Ann; two
sons, Jerry and Wayne; a(
daughter, Mrs. Martini)
(Elaine) Shapiro; three--
brothers, Jack and Richard,
both of Toronto, Ont., and Ed-
ward; and six grandchildren.

Hyman Kramer

Hyman A. Kramer, an at-
torney with offices in the
Town Center in Southfield,
died July 3 at age 82.
Born in Russia, Mr. Kramer
lived more than 77 years in
Detroit. He practiced law for
nearly 60 years. He was
graduated from the Universi-
ty of Michigan Law School.
Mr. Kramer was a member
of Franklin Hills Country
Club, the Old Newsboys
Goodfellow Fund, Congrega-
tion Shaarey Zedek, Temple
Beth
El,
Downtown '
Synagogue, a board member
of the Jewish Home for Aged,
a member of B'nai B'rith and
the Masons.
He leaves his wife, Bernice;
two sons, James and Michael;
two brothers, Phillip and
Harry; a sister, Mrs. Sam
(Betty) Hooberman; and three
grandchildren.

Ben Stocker

Ben Stocker, a retail florist
for more than 50 years, died
July 1 at age 71.
Born in Detroit, Mr. Stocker
began in the florist business
at Carol's on 12th Street then
went to Midway Florist on
Dexter Ave. He later opened
Creations by Ceil on Seven

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