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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-04-02

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Graveside and Cemetery
Chapel Services

rmington Hills, died
rch 28. She leaves broth-
, and sisters-in-law,
rbert and Betty Weiss of
ron, Ohio, Nathan and
Weiss of Florida; niece,
yn Berch of Oak Park.

l

CS STONEMAN, 82, of
conut Creek, Fla., died
trch 23. He leaves his
Ann; son and daugh-
-in-law, Martin and
:lice of Bloomfield Hills;
fighters, Beverly Stewart
Farmington Hills, Janice
shuler of Royal Oak; five
mdchildren.

SEPH WEISS, 83, of


kthfield, died March 25.
is survived by his wife,
klie; brothers and sisters-
law, Eugene and Evelyn
Lawrence, N.Y., Milton
d Sarah Betty of
uthfield.

?,RA ZENDEL, 94, of

k!,hester Hills, died March
. She leaves a son and
.ughter-in-law, Lee and
ith of Rochester Hills;
ght grandchildren; six
eat-grandchildren.

lilton Shapiro

Ilton Shapiro, 97, of
chard Lake, died March
. Retired in 1970s, he
co-owner of Shapiro
Irothers Shoes in Ham-
lamck for 50 years. He
'as a member of Rochester
Off Club, a life member of
ongregation Shaarey
edek, a member of
erfection Lodge 486 F &
M, Moslem Shrine Club,
)*ai B'rith, a charter mem-
Rs of Tam O'Shanter
Club and
Puntry
_nollwood Country Club.
:e leaves nieces, nephews,
randnieces and grand
ephews.

:au! Kaye

aul Kaye, 69, formerly of
etroit, of Florida, died
[arch 24. A food broker/
nsultant, Mr. Kaye was a

' Ember of the Masons,
nal B'rith, Tam O'Shanter
puntry Club, was a found-
ig member of Temple
srael and active with the
ewish Federation. He
saves his wife, Frances;
ms and daughters-in-law,
krarles and Helen of West
i loomfield, Robert and
nda of Coral Springs, Fla.;
aughter, Dr. Claudia of
ainesville Fla.; brother
nd sister-in-law, Rabbi
oseph and Ann Katz of Del
,ay Beach, Fla.; sister,
eanette Moore of Florida;
)ur grandchildren.

Leo Majzels

Leo L. Majzels, 72, of West
Bloomfield, died March 30.
Mr. Majzels was vice presi-
dent and co-manager of
Cushman & Wakefield
Appraisal Division of Mich-
igan. A child of the Holo-
caust, he was able to escape
to England. He served over-
seas during World War
He was honored by
Cushman & Wakefield by
having a national Leo L.
Majzels Award created,
which is presented yearly to
an outstanding individual
for excellence in the field of
appraising. He was a board
member of South Oakland
County Board of Realtors,
and served the American
Society of Appraisers as a
state director of Michigan
and as president of the
Detroit chapter, He also was
active with Jewish Welfare .
Federation, serving a term
as president of the Junior
Division. He was a Mason
and a Shriner, a member of
Jewish War Veterans, and a
member of Shaarey Zedek
B'nai Israel congregation.
He leaves his wife, Luba;
brother and sister-in-law,
Martin and Eleanore
Maxwell of Willowdale,
Ontario, Canada; sister,
Berta Lunenfeld of Toronto;
four grandchildren. Inter-
ment in Toronto.

Bernard
Mandelbaum

Dr. Bernard Mandel-
baum, 61, of Franklin, died
March 26. He was the first
doctor in the United States
to perform an interuterine
fetal transfusion where the
child survived. Dr.
Mandelbaum taught for 30
years at Wayne State
University Medical School
as an associate professor.
He received the first award
granted by the American
College of Obstetrics and
Gynecology.
He is survived by his wife,
Linda; sons and daughter-
in-law, Albert and Lisa,
Stuart, Nathaniel, Ben-
jamin; daughters and son-
in-law, Frieda and
Alejandro Ferber of West
Bloomfield, Sara Mandel-
baum; parents, Henry and
Rachel of Farmington Hills;
sister and brother-in-law,
Ann and George Mann of
Franklin; one grandson.

What is yours is not yours.

How then can you regard
what is not yours as yours?
Talmud

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In Loving Memory of

ABE
MILLMAN

Who passed away
April 5, 1992

Sadly missed and always
remembered by wife Rita,
children and grandchildren.

In Loving Memory of

SELINA
SIEGEL

Who passed away
March 26, 1991
Sadly missed and always
remembered by daughter
and son-in-law, Marilyn and
Marvin, grandchildren and
great-grandchildren.

In Beloved Memory of

HARRY L.
SILVERMAN

Who passed away

March 28,1991,
the 14th of Nisan
Sadly missed and always
remembered by beloved wife
Annette, daughters Deborah

and Cathy.

orfman Funeral Direction

In Loving Memory of

IRVING WINE

Who passed away April 8, 1992

Sadly missed and always remembered by wife Lillian;
children Barry and Susan, Hadley and Beverly, Gary,
Sheree; grandchildren Winifred, Thatcher, Jason,
Robert, Carly and Jaimee.

Forever in our hearts

On this 50th anniversary, forever to my friend,

J. LANDO

I will always honor and remember him.

He owned the shop on Freedom Street where the Poles and
Jews worked happily together for years. He gave me an
opportunity and the knowledge to be the best machinist.
Hitler seized Warsaw, and the Nazis took over and forced
him to move his shop to a place called Hell. His ghetto was
exterminated and he never returned, and I never saw my
friend again.
I loit my friend from the shop on Freedom Street. In this
lifetime I will never forget the suffering and the pain.

Polish Resistance, Home Army Veterans, Walter Pachulec

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