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December 24, 1993 - Image 111

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-12-24

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YAD EZRA

YOU'RE
LOOKING
ATA
LETHAL
WEAPON.

feed/V the lewth Horgry

BUY A CASE OF FOOD!

Use this coupon to help feed the Jewish hungry. YAD EZRA
will use your donations to purchase cases of food and
distribute them to our neighbors in need.

gm.
MARK AN "X" NEXT TO THE FOODS
YOU WISH TO BUY FOR THE HUNGRY
1 case 6.5 oz. chunk tuna in water . . .$30.00 case
1 case peanut butter (creamy)
$21.00 case
1 case Quaker oatmeal (18 oz.)
$35.00 case
1 case thin spaghetti (16 oz.)
$17.00 case
1 case Matzo Meal (12 oz.)
$32.00 case
1 case Horowitz-Margaretan
soup mix in tubes (6 oz.)
$13.75 case
1 case raw rice (1 lb.)
$12.33 case
1 case flour (20-56)
$15.00 case

ENE WM MEN ME ME











Enclosed is my check in the amount of $
for
case(s) of food as a tax deductible con-
tribution to YAD EZRA to help feed the Jewish hungry.

Name

Fact is, more Americans
may die by the fork than by
any other weapon. That's
because so many of them
use it irresponsibly. Like
to fill up on high-fat, high-
cholesterol foods. Foods
that can load the blood with
cholesterol, which can build
up plaque in their arteries,
increasing their risk of
heart attacks and threaten-
ing their lives. So next time
you pick up a fork, remem-
ber to handle it as you
would any other weapon.
For self-defense, not
self-destruction.

American Heart
Association

WE'RE FIGHTING FOR
YOUR LIFE

Address

City/State/Zip

This space provided as a public service.

Make checks payable to: YAD EZRA
and mail to: 26641 Harding
Oak Park, MI 48237
Tributes and Memorials Available
For more information, call (313) 548 FOOD (3663).

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THEM WITH A BASKET

Babies
Don't Thrive
in
Smoke-filled
Wombs

CALL: A TISKET A TASKET

CUSTOM GIFT BASKETS & GOURMET TRAYS

661-4789

Barbara Kaplan
Judi Shefman

7 Days a Week

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SHIVA BASKETS
& TRAYS

.

HOSPITALITY,
NEW BABIES,
GET WELL,
SHIVA, ETC

Sweets andSympathy
from

Cookies Etc.

...WITH GOOD TASTE

(313) 626 - 9050

es

29594 Orchard Lk. Rd.
"g Farmington Hills, MI

48018

When You're
Pregnant,

Don't Smoke!

Baskets and trays of
gourmet
cookies and brownies
delivery available

855-1605

THIS SPACE CONTRIBUTED BY THE PUBLISHER

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OBITUARIES page 114

Irene and Martin Agrest, all of
Southfield; sister and brother-
in-law, Betty and Joseph Stein-
berger of Margate, Fla.; five
grandchildren.

BERNARD DAVID SOBLE,
77, of Southfield, died Dec. 14.
He leaves his wife, Esther; sons
and daughter-in-law, Bruce and
Andra of Farmington Hills,
Thomas Tann; daughter, Lin-
da Dante; brother and sister-in-
law, Morton and Ruth of Las
Vegas, Nev.; three grandchil-
dren.

DOROTHY SOMMERS, 85,
of Marina Del Ray, Calif., died
Dec. 16. She leaves her daugh-
ters and sons-in-law, Marlene
and Byron I a sky of Marina Del
Ray, Barbara of Oregon, Bon-
nie and David Leonard of Fair-
fax, Calif.; sister and
brother-in-law, Betty and Jack
Evintz of Palm Beach, Fla.;
eight grandchildren; five great-
grandchildren.

DR. YALE UPFALL, 70, of
Southfield, died Dec. 20. He
leaves sons, Dr. Noel of West
Bloomfield, Alan of Southfield.

SARRA
LVOVNA
VOLVOVSKAYA, 64, of Oak
Park, died Dec. 17. She is sur-
vived by her husband, Vladimir;
son and daughter-in-law, Ana-
tole and Yeiena of Oak Park;
daughter and son-in-law, Vele-
na and Ledned Trakentenberg
of Russia; sisters, Anna Rotner
and Paulina Melnikova, both of
Israel; four grandchildren.

ROSE IL WRUBEL, 81, of De-
troit, died Dec. 18. She leaves
her son, David F. of New York;
daughter, Faye T. of Chicago;
brother and sister-in-law, Yearl
and Rachel Schwartz; sisters,
Alfreda Blank of Royal Oak,
Pearl Muroff of Windsor, Ann
Schwartz of Royal Oak, Lor-
raine Schwartz of Southfield.

DAVID YOVIS, 84, of Farm-
ington Hills, died Dec. 15. He
leaves his wife, Florence; daugh-
ter and son-in-law, Marcia and
Bernard Sklar of West Bloom-
field; brother, Harry of South-
field; sisters, Ethel Lansky of
Southfield, Fanny Yovitz of Oak
Park; two grandchildren; three
great-grandchildren.

Nathan Wolok

Nathan Wolok, 86, of Lauder-
hill, Fla., formerly of Oak Park,
died Dec. 18. Mr. Wolok start-
ed his service to the Hebrew
Benevolent Society/Hebrew
Memorial Chapel in 1930. He
was a board member of the
Hebrew Benevolent Society,
chairman of the Cemetery Com-
mittee and president of the So-
ciety (1957-1958). He also

served the chapel as its assis-
tant director for more than 25
years.
Mr. Wolok was a member
and past president of the
Radomer Aid Society and also
was a member and past presi-
dent of the Scrap Dealers' As-
sociation of Detroit. He was a
member and past president of
Congregation B'nai Zion in Oak
Park.
He is survived by his wife,
Esther; sons and daughters-in-
law, William and Edith of
Bloomfield Hills, Sanford L. and
Harriet of Waterford. Mich.;
daughter, Darlene Hunt of
Madison Heights; brother and
sister-in-law, Henry and Hen-
rietta of Lauderdale Lakes, Fla.;
eight grandchildren; six great-
grandchildren.

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.

Iran Imporves
Missile Ability

Tel Aviv (JTA) - Within a
year, Iran will have the
capability to fire long-range
North Korean-made
"Nordone missiles at Isreal.
The official, identified as
"Col. A." in an article in the
current issue of the Air
Force Journal, said the mis-
siles presently can carry
conventional high-explosive
warheads, but in the future
they can be fitted with
chemical or nuclear war-
heads. ❑

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