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October 15, 1993 - Image 140

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-10-15

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OBITUARIES page 138

MARION M. SANDBERG,

70, of Southfield, died Oct. 9.
She is survived by her sons and
daughters-in-law, Philip and
Jean of La Crosse, Wis., Dr. Jay
and fiancee Alissa Goldfaden of
West Bloomfield, Michael and
Harriet of Glendale, Ariz.; sis-
ters and brother-in-law, Lillian
Chafets of Beverly, Mass., Irene
and Fred Stein-Garon of West
Bloomfield; four grandchildren.

HANLEY R. SANDERS, 49,

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"After 27 years of service
at Hebrew Memorial,
1 remain deeply impressed
with the sincere caring
and dedication of our staff,"

Muriel Silverstein, Administrative Assistant

of Dover, Del., formerly of Birm-
ingham, died Oct. 4. He is sur-
vived by his wife, Sara;
daughters, Lanie and Lori of
Dover, Del.; sister, Greta of
Troy. Interment in Delaware.

LILLIAN SCHOEN, 96, of
West Bloomfield, died Oct. 9.
She is survived by a son, Irwin
of Florida; daughter, Annette
Chajes of West Bloomfield; six
grandchildren; seven great-
grandchildren. Interment in
Pennsylvania.

SIDNEY SCHWARTZ, 83, of

Franklin, died Oct. 8. He leaves
his sons and daughters-in-law,
Robert and Diane of Orange,
Calif., Filip and Rebecca of
Pasadena, Calif.; daughters,
Marilyn Streit of Glen Ellyn,
Ill., Doree Schwartz of Franklin;
brother, Samuel of Southfield;
sister, Mildred Sloan of Oak
Park; brother-in-law, Sol Nu-
senbaum; seven grandchildren.

ISIDORE SKLAR, 80, of

Southfield, died Oct. 7. He is
survived by his wife, Lillian; son
and daughter-in-law, William
and Margaret Sklar of Mar-
quette; daughter, Judy Lewis of
Chicago; three grandchildren.

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of Southfield, died Oct. 8. She
leaves her husband, Saul; son
and daughter-in-law, Ivan and
Judith of Bloomfield Hills;
daughter, Tobi Caplan of
Bloomfield Hills; sister, Ruth
Kepes of Farmington Hills;
three grandchilch-en; one great-
granddaughter.

Reizl Bozyk

New York (JTA) — Services
were held here last week for
Reizl Bozyk, a star of the Yid-
dish stage for six decades, who
died Sept. 30.
Ms. Bozyk, 79, became
widely known to an American
audience at her career's end for
her portrayal of "Bubbie" in the
1988 film Crossing Delancey. .It
was her first English-language
role and her only film.
Prior to coming to America in
1941, Ms. Bozyk was an actress
of the Yiddish theater in Poland
and, between 1939 and 1941, in
Argentina.

The cornier Reizl Librowska
began her acting career in War-
saw at the age of 5, first with
her parents and later with ac-
tor Max Bozyk, whom she
married.
The Bozyks fled the Nazis in
1939, going first to Argentina
and two years later to New
York. The Bozyks performed
together for 37 years until 1970,
when Max Bozyk died follow-
ing a performance at New
York's Town Hall.

Rita Karin

New York (JTA)— Actress Rita
Karin, 73, a prolific actress who
made an easy transition from
Yiddish to English-language
performance, died Sept. 10.
Ms. Karin, a native of Vilna,
Poland, was a prominent per-
former on the Yiddish stage and
had many character roles in
English-language films and
television.
Most recently she was seen
as Melanie Mayron's grand-
mother in the television series
"Tribeca."
Because of her proficiency in
the theater, she was selected as
a teacher for the nascent Joseph
Papp Yiddish Theater Studio.
Ms. Karin spent World War
II in Moscow, where she was a
member of the prestigious
Moscow State Jewish Theater
of Solomon Mikhoels.
Her parents and other fam-
ily members, who lived in
Poland, were all killed during
the Holocaust.
Ms. Karin left the Soviet
Union in 1945 for Germany.
There, she narrated The Mills

Obituary
Procedures

Ira Kaufman Chapel,
Hebrew Memorial Chapel
and Alan Dorfman Fu-
neral Direction send no-
tices of all funerals they
have handled to be
printed in The Jewish
News. Families whose
funeral has been handled
by one of these homes
should not contact the pa-
per to place an obituary.
Those wishing to notify
the community of out-of-
town deaths, with a
Detroit connection, must
send in a typed, double-
spaced notice. Please in-
clude a daytime phone
number in case we need
additional information.
Single-spaced or hand-
written letters will not be
accepted.
Out-of-town obituaries
must be in our office by
10 a.m. Tuesday for that
week's issue. They can be
faxed. The fax number is
354-6069.

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