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September 18, 1992 - Image 136

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-09-18

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Rachel Kurtzman o.b.m. at a party celebrating her 104th birthday on August II , 1992,
at the home of Mrs. Emma Lazaroff-Schaver. Standing left to right: Elsie Dick, Blanche Pollack,
Emma Lazaroff-Schaver, Miriam Shenkman, Anne Heitman, Jewel Fields, Jean Frankel.
Seated left to right: Teresa Medley, Miriam Ferber, Rachel Kurtzman.



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he Rachel Kurtzman Scholarship Fund announces that a memorial service and
plaque unveiling will be held for the late beloved Mrs. Rachel Kurtzman, of
blessed memory, on Thursday evening, September 24, 7:30 p.m. at the Lubavitch
Foundation, 28555 Middlebelt, Farmington Hills. All her admirers and friends are
cordially invited to honor her memory with their attendance.

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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1992

Sept. 9.
An attorney, Mr. Cohl wa s
a captain in the Air Force
during World War II. A
member of the board of direc -
tors of Bloomfield Heights
Association, he practiced la w
for over 60 years. He was a
member of the Michigan Ba_
Association, past president of .1
Oakland County Bar Associa-
tion, former secretary of
Public Lighting Commission,
former Wayne County Super-
visor, member and former
chairman of Board of Zonin -
Appeals — City of Detroit.
He also was on the State of
Michigan Employment
Security Board of Review, was
a former chairman of the
finance committee and board,
member of Michigan Metre
politan Girl Scouts, first vice
chairman of Metropolita
Chapter of March of Dimes
and chairman of their 1€,:di
affairs committee.
He leaves wife, Lillian;
daughter and son-in-law.
Judy and Richard Colton of
Bloomfield Hills; son anc
daughter-in-law, Peter and
Diane of Williamston; sisler.
and brothers-in-law, Leona
and Jack Weinberg of W.c.,
Bloomfield, Toby and Bari
Ciacillella of Thorns River
N.J.; four grandchildren.

29594 Orchard Lk. Rd.

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Emma Lazaroff-Schaver.

For more information call (313) 737-7000.

Morris Cohi

Morris W.B. "Mike" Cohl,

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Rabbi Allan Marshall Blus-
tein, 61, of Southfield, died
Sept. 15. Rabbi Blustein serv-
ed a pulpit in Chicago, Ill.,
prior to a career in the U.S.
Army Chaplaincy. On retire-
ment from the Army, he serv-
ed Sinai Hospital of Detroit as
Director of Pastoral Care fc::
10 years.
Born and raised in Chicago,'
Rabbi Blustein was ordained
by the Skokie Yeshivah.
Rabbi Blustein was af-
filiated with the Jewish War
Veterans and the Detroit
Association of Rabbis.
He is survived by his wife,'
Judith; daughters and sons-
in-law, Karen and Bill Fri3d-
man, Naomi and Robert
Levine, all of Cleveland, Ohio;
Jennifer Blustein of Detroit;
sister and brother-in-laW,
Harriet and Henry Koehler of
Chicago; four grandchildren.

82, of Bloomfield Hills, died

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Donald Wagman

Donald David Wagman, 78,
former Detroiter, died Sept. 2
in Bethesda, Md.
Mr. Wagman, a chemist,
was director of the Chemical
Thermodynamics Data
Center at the National
Bureau of Standards when he

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