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January 14, 1994 - Image 144

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Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-01-14

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YOU'RE
LOOKING
ATA
LETHAL
WEAPON.

BUY A CASE OF FOOD TO
HELP FEED THE JEWISH
HUNGRY.

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YAD EZRA

feediitg the Jewi s h Hifitgry

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.

❑ 1 case chicken (54 lbs.)

$80.00

❑ 1/2 case chicken (27 lbs)

$40.00

❑ 1 case 27 oz. canned gefilte fish (12 per case)

$39.00

❑ 1 case 18 oz. Quaker oatmeal (24 per case)

$37.00

❑ 1 case 6.5 oz. tuna in water (48 per case)

$30.00

❑ 1 case 15 oz. tomato sauce (48 per case)

$25.50

❑ 1 case 18 oz. creamy peanut butter (12 per case)

$21.00

❑ 1 case 16 oz. thin spaghetti (20 per case)

$18.00

❑ 1 case 16 oz. rice (24 per case)

$13.33

❑ 1 nutritious food package for family of four

$50.00

(subject to certain limitations)

Enclosed is my check in the amount of $
cases of food as a tax deductible contribution
for
to YAD EZRA to help feed the Jewish hungry.

Name:

Area Code & Phone:

This space provided as a public service.

Make checks payable and mail to:
26641 Harding, Oak Park, MI 48237
YAD EZRA

DYSAUTONOMIA

Tributes and Memorials Available • For more information, call:

YAD EZRA • (810) 548-FOOD (548-3663)

NIBBLES & NUTS
When So Sony is not enough.

Send a tray of candy,. nuts & fruit.

No child should be denied
correct diagnosis and proper
treatment . Support the
Dysautonomia Foundation.

737-8088

33020 NORTHWESTERN

Outside Of Michigan

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Special Candy & Sugarfree Available

Dysautonomia Foundation Inc.

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1400.752 ,.2133

Local & Nationwide Delivery

Give your heart
an extra helping.

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3000 Town Center, Suite 1500,
Southfield, MI 48075 (313) 350-3333

A Thoughtful Expression...
With a
Cookie or Candy Tray

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Say no to high-fat foods.

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troit, died Jan. 4. He is survived
by his wife, Ann; stepson Peter;
brothers, Samuel and William;
sister, Jennie Lenter, all of
Detroit; two grandchildren. In-
terment in California.

BESSIE ELLIAS LONDON,
95, of Trenton, died Jan. 7. She
leaves her daughter, Harriet;
sister, Rose Carp of Trenton;
nieces and nephews.

DR. MAX MOSS, of Detroit,
living in Pacific Pallisades,
Calif., passed away Dec. 30. He
leaves his wife Esther; daugh-
ter and son-in-law, Susan and
Dr. Ron Cherney; daughter,
Wendy Moss; brothers and
sisters-in-law, Dr. Leslie and
Mildred of Bloomfield Hills, Dr.
Robert and Reva of Farmington
Hills; one grandson.

WE'RE FIGHTING FOR
YOUR LIFE

City/State/Zip•

page 142

DR. GRANT LEWIS
MITCHELL, 32, of Chicago,
died Jan. 8. He is survived by
his wife, Jenny; children, Avi
Chai, Chaya Rifka; mother,
Beverly Mitchell of Southfield;
brother, Steven Paul of South-
field.

American Heart
Association

Address:

OBITUARIES

BETTY MARKEL, 85, former
Detroiter of Sylmar, Calif., died
Jan. 6. She is survived by
daughter and son-in-law, Shir-
ley and Herman Katz of Syl-
mar; sons and daughter-in-law,
Irving and Marilyn of South-
field, Sidney of Sylmar; broth-
er and sister-in-law, Harry and
Sarah Berlin of Farmington
Hills; sister and brother-in-law,
Anne and Burton Gutman of
Southfield; one granddaughter.

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.

YOUR CONTRIBUTION IS ELIGIBLE FOR A 50% MICHIGAN TAX CREDIT.

Obituaries

WE .,
DELIVER!'

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SEMON MURKIS, 71, of
Southfield, died Jan. 10. He is
survived by a son and daugh-
ter-in-law, Vladimir and Raisa
of Southfield; sister and broth-
er-in-law, Rosa and Raphael
Zaits; two grandchildren.

BEN PEVZNER, 81, of South-
field, died Jan. 10. He is sur-
vived by his wife, .Lillian; son
and daughter-in-law, Dr. Mar-
tin and Rudene of West Bloom-
field; daughter and son-in-law,
Barbara and Jack Stein of
Windsor; sister, Ethel Gold of
Oak Park; four grandchildren;
one great-granddaughter.

MILDRED POLLAK, 105, of
Southfield, died Jan. 7. She
leaves her son and daughter-in-
law, Dr. Richard and Lenore of
Jackson; five grandchildren.

"MOLLIE"
MINNIE
PORVIN, 93, of Toledo, Ohio,
died Jan. 5. She leaves her
daughters and sons-in-law,
Pauline and Arthur Rosenblum
of Southfield, Dorothy and Jack
Greisman of Farmington Hills;
sister, Julie Turner of Ann Ar-
bor; eight grandchildren; eight
great-grandchildren.

DAVID RISEMAN, 97, of
Southfield, died Jan. 9. He
leaves his wife, Eleanor, sister,
Blanche Franklin of North Mi-
ami, Fla.; nieces and nephews.

HORTENSE
BETTY
SANDERS, 81, of Detroit, died
Jan. 5. She leaves her nephew,
Hanley Shulman of Detroit.

JULIUS SILVERMAN, 89, of
Warren, died Jan. 5. He is sur-
vived by sons and daughters-in-
law, Harvey and Diane of
Farmington Hills, Morris and
Shayna of Farmington Hills,
Paul and Lynda Slater-Silver-
man of Rochester, Gordon and
Gloria of Brooklyn, N.Y.; daugh-
ters and sons-in-law, Berniece
and Daniel Pinsky of Warren,
Lorraine and Seymour Soverin-
sky of Santa Fe, N.M.; son-in-
law, Bill Bitterman; 20
grandchildren; 19 great-grand-
children.

SARAH L. ZALLA, 77, of
North Miami Beach, Fla., for-
merly of Oak Park, died Jan. 5.
She is survived by her husband,
Harold; brother and sister-in-
law, Leslie and Helga Kay of
Southfield; daughter, Beverly
Maltz of North Miami Beach;
son and daughter-in-law, Ken
and Adrienne of Burnsville,
Minn.; four grandchildren.

Rose Gelfand

Rose Gelfand, 78, of Seattle,
Wash., formerly of Bloomfield
Hills and Detroit, died Jan. 8.
Born in New York City in 1916,
she spent most of her life in
Detroit. She was active as a
volunteer at the Jewish Or-
phanage, the Braille Founda-
tion and at William Beaumont
Hospital. A life member of the
Detroit Chapter of Hadassah
and also a member of and for-
mer president of the Women's
Auxiliary of the United Hebrew
Schools, Mrs. Gelfand was also
a member of the Congregation
Shaarey Zedek Sisterhood.
She leaves her husband,
Louis; son, Gerald of Seattle;
daughter, Judith Dankanics of
Lebanon, N.J.; brother, William
A. Yolles of Birmingham; sister,
Nettie Schoen of Florida; four
grandchildren.

David Samet

David Hillel Samet, 41, of Oak
Park died Jan. 9. He was in
electronic sales and service and
for many years was in the choir
at Congregation Shaarey Zedek
and prior to that at Temple
Israel. He was the program
chairman of branch 960 Labor
Zionist Alliance and editor of
Chavar, national LZA publica-
tion, and ham radio operator.
He leaves his wife, Sandra

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