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April 29, 1994 - Image 130

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-04-29

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A Thoughtful Expres3ion...
With a
Cookie or Candy Tray

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Frank Degailk

*rrigIt4adcaster
.
, Cystic Fibrosis Foundation

HER STORY IS ONE
OF COURAGE

As a sportswriter. I've written many stories. But the most
important one is the courageous story of my daughter,
Alex. Possibly you've read the book or seen the TV movie,
"Alex: The Life of a Child."

25270 Greenfield, Oak Park

Alex died at eight years of age of cystic fibrosis — the
number one genetic killer of children. And when she left,
she took with her a wish that a cure would be found for
her disease. You see, there is yet no cure for cystic fibrosis.

Glatt Kosher Shiva Dinners
and Trays, Meat or Dairy

But recent discoveries in genetic research will lead to
stopping cystic fibrosis once and forever.

SHIRLEE BLOOM

The two greatest obstacles are time and money. Quite
simply, the more money raised for research, the sooner a
cure will be found.

That's why your support today is so important. Help us
find a cure by sending a gift of S25, S50 or more to the
Cystic Fibrosis Foundation.

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Please accept the challenge and join me in making Alex's
wish come true.

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Foundation

Frank Deford
Cystic Fibrosis Foundation
P.O. Box 96305
Washington, D.C. 20090

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LOTTIE SABIN, 83, of West
Bloomfield died April 25. She
leaves her sons and daughters-
in-law, Dr. Nison and Doreen of
Bloomfield Hills, Dr. Mitchell and
Marilynn of Farmington Hills;
brother and sister-in-law, Nison
and Lydia Helman of Milwaukee;
sisters and brother-in-law, Lil-
lian Smith, Clara and Dr. Paul
Moss, all of Milwaukee; five
grandchildren; one great-grand-
son.

JANICE EILEEN SCHANE,
37, of Commerce, died April. She
leaves her parents, David and
Deanna of Commerce Township;
sister, Paula of Commerce; three
nieces.

DR. LEO SCHATZ, 67, of Oak

Park, died April 20. He is sur-
vived by his wife, Anna; sons and
daughters-in-law, Harry and Ju-
dith of London; Charles F. and
Judy of Wellington, New Zeland;
daughters and son-in-law, Ellen
Anderson of Miami, Carol and
Richard Knier of Deltona, Fla.;
sister and brother-in-law, Flo-
rence and Harold Oscher of Win-
ter Park, Fla.; six grandchildren.

SEYMOUR, TUKEL, 84, of Boca
Raton, Fla., formerly of South-
field, died April 8. He is survived
by his wife, Naomi; daughter,
Marsha of Chicago; two grand-
children.

MARTIN WEDES, 69, of Livo-

nia, died April 22. He leaves his
brother and sister-in-law, Philip
and Dot of Houston; nephews and
nieces.

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Every contributor of S50 or more will receive an auto-
graphed copy of my book about Alex's life.

Call in your contribution to 1-800-343-4300 Ext. 321
Master Card/Visa accepted
or send your tax deductible contribution to:

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Delivery Available
Under the Supervision of the
Council of Orthodox Rabbis

OBITUARIES page 158

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If you need help contact

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® OF SOUTHEAST MICHIGAN

18860 West Ten Mile Road, Southfield, Michigan 48075

This space donated as

a public service

by the publisher

Breast
self-examination —
LEARN. Call us.

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Dr. Benjamin (Benny) Gitli, 32,
of Caracas, Venezuela, died Dec.
3.
He graduated from Berkley
High School in June 1980 as a
foreign exchange student. Dur-
ing his time here he was active in
Rose AZA, B'nai B'rith. He
resided with Sandra and Len
Mege and family of Oak Park.
He is survived by his parents,
Sonia and Jacque Gitli; brother,
Daniel, all of Caracas.

Saul Goldman

Saul Goldman, 77, of North Mi-
ami Beach, Fla., formerly of Oak
Park, died April 15. He was a
party store owner for many years
in Detroit and Warren.
Mr. Goldman was a member
of Young Israel of Oakwoods, vice
president of B'nai B'rith Albert
Einstein Lodge (1956-1960) and
a founder of the Shaarit Haplay-
tah organization which estab-
lished the Holocaust Center in
West Bloomfield. He was a mem-
ber of the Radomer Society and
Israeli Soldiers of Michigan. He
also was a member of Congrega-
tion Beth Torah in North Mia-
mi Beach where he was involved
with the Holocaust Documenta-
tion and Education Center as
guest lecturer for high schools
and student groups in Florida.
He is survived by his wife, Fri-
da; daughter, Miriam Fisher of
North Miami Beach; son and
daughter-in-law Deborah and
Ronald Rader of West Bloomfield;
brother and sister-in-law, Jack
and Helen Goldman of Hallan-
dale, Fla.; seven grandchildren.

Correction

The recent obituary of Dr.
Bradley Kovandid not list his
grandparents, William and
Rose Valensky.

Canadian Top Court
Upholds Acquittal

Toronto (JTA) — The
Supreme Court of Canada
has narrowly upheld the ac-
quittal of the first person
charged under the country's
seven-year-old war crimes
legislation.
By a 4-3 vote, the Supreme

Court ruled March 24 that
the 1990 jury acquittal of
Imre Finta should stand.
The court also strongly
defended the war crimes
legislation.
The Toronto man, 81, had
been found innocent by a

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