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November 15, 1991 - Image 171

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-11-15

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OBITUARIES

What
other
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diarft
would

Jeanette Jacobs,
House Mother

Jeanette Jacobs, of Detroit,
died Nov. 7. She was 92.
She was past president of
the Sisterhood of Congrega-
tion B'nai David and active
with the Red Cross and bond
drives during World War II.
She was honorary house
mother of Phi Sigma Delta
fraternity at the University of
Michigan during World War
II and corresponded with
more than 50 servicemen.
She leaves her son and
daughter-in-law, Dr. Durand
and Lenore of Redlands,
Calif.; daughter and son-in-
law, Harriet and Dr. Bernard
Sisman of Monroe; son and
daughter-in-law, Norman and
Marlene of Southfield;
daughter and son-in-law,
Blossom and Robert Matlen
of Reseda, Calif.; 15 grand-
children; 17 great-grand-
-children.

Its not
your problem.

roll over,

Isaac Benaim,
Restaurant Supplier

Isaac C. Benaim, of Farm-
ington Hills, died Nov. 8. He
was 64. Mr. Benaim was in
the restaurant supply
business and was president of
Peoples Restaurant Equip-
ment and Supply Co. in
Detroit. He was a member of
Zager Stone Lodge, was a
B'nai B'rith past president,
and won the Man of the Year
award in 1984.
He leaves his wife, Roselyn;
son and daughter-in-law,
Ralph and Cindy of Oak Park;
daughters and son-in-law,
Sandy August of Southfield,
Leslee and Mark Kohn of W.
Bloomfield; son, Kenneth
Sherman of LaMesa, Calif.;
sisters and brothers-in-law,
Rachel and Jack Posner of
Hollywood, Fla., Mae and
Carl Begonia of Dolton, Ill.,
Esther and Sheldon Newman
of Las Vegas; sister-in-law,
Natalie Cohen of Sarasota,
Fla.; two grandchildren.

Robin Shapiro,
W. L. Student

Robin J. Shapiro, of Com-
merce Township, died Nov. 6.
She was 15.
Miss Shapiro was a
sophomore at Walled Lake
Central High School, a jazz
dancer and an expert water
skier. She donated her time
for emotionally disturbed
children at her high school.
She leaves her parents,
Charles and Lynn of Com-
merce Township; sisters,
Stephanie and Kelly; grand-
mother, Dorothy Soffin;
grandparents, Leonard and
Joan Shaull.

and be g
for your
money?

The animals at the Michigan
Humane Society will do any-
thing for your support because,
for many of them, it's the only
chance they have.
Animals give so unselfishly,
they're begging you to do
the same.

But you made it your problem. You gave to the 1990 United Way
Torch Drive. And because you did, 153 agencies in Wayne, Oakland
and Macomb counties can continue helping those in need.
Thank you for giving.

United Way

for Southeastern Michigan

UnibedWay

Michigan State Solicitation MICS 2123

Give to the Michigan Humane Society.

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Detroit

872-3400

Westland

721-7300
Auburn Ms.
852-7420

YOU'RE LOOKING
ATA LETHALWEAPON.

Before you take another bite, think about the fact that a diet high in cholesterol and fat can load
your blood with cholesterol, which raises your chance of heart attack. In fact, more Americans
may die by the fork than by any other weapon.

INF American Heart Association

WERE FIGHTING FOR YOUR LIFE

This space provided as a public service.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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