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September 23, 1994 - Image 136

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-09-23

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SAY
IT
WITH
TREES

The Family of the Late

LOUIS H.
CRANIS

Announces the unveiling of

a monument in his memory
11 a.m. Sunday, Oct. 2 at
Hebrew Memorial Park.
Rabbi Schnipper will offici-
ate. Relatives and friends
are invited to attend.

JEWISH
NATIONAL FUND

17100 VV. Ten Mile Road
Southfield, IVlichigan 48075
Phone:(810) 557-6644

kilonday Hurl Thursday
9 A.M. to 5 P.M.
Friday 9 A.M. to
2 hrs. before Sabbath

Picture your
family.

Schedule a mammogram and learn
proper breast self-examination. Call:

1111'1'1i -1p

Michigan Cancer Foundation's
Breast Cancer Detection Center
2611 N. Woodward in Berkley:

(810) 543-7982

Sidney A. Deitch

DETROIT
MONUMENT
WORKS

14441 W.

11 Mile Rd.

between
Coolidge & Greenfield
(810) 399-2711

MONUMENT CENTER
t ,

INC.

"Same Location
45 years"

• Monuments
and Markers
• Bronze Markers
• Memorial
Duplicating
• Cemetery
Lettering & Cleaning

Sweets andSympatny

fivin

Cookies Etc.

Baskets and trays of
gourmet
cookies and brownies
delivery available

855-1605

Call 542-8266

BERG AND
URBACH

Announces the unveiling of
a monument in her memory
11 a.m. Sunday, Oct. 2 at
Workmen's Circle Ceme-
tery, Yiddish Folks Farein
Section. Relatives and
friends are invited to attend.

Glatt Kosher
Shiva Dinners and Trays
Meat or Dairy

By

SHIRLEE
me,,a„BLOOM1

On
Premises

32418 Northwestern, Bet. Middlebelt & 14

855-9463

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

CEMETERY INSTALLATION
ANYWHERE IN MICHIGAN

MONUMENTS BY

DEVORA
LIMN

Under Supervision Of The Metropolitan Kashruth Council of Michigan

gloried3

FERNDALE
661 E. 8 MILE ROAD
114 blocks East of Woodward

The Family of the Late

354-3499

Shiva Dinners & Trays
Delivery Available
Under the Supervision of the
Council of Orthodox Rabbis

WE

25270 Greenfield, Oak Park

DELIVER!

967-1161

Rodnick Bros., Inc.

FRUIT & GIFT BASKET SPECIALISTS

FINE MONUMENTS
SINCE 1910

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DELIVERY
NATIONWIDE
*JUST CALL*

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544-2212
OAK PARK
Next to Stanley Steamer

mu

810
772-4350

NIBBLES & NUTS

When So Sorry is not enough.
Send a tray of candy, nuts & fruit.

737-8088

viSA

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Outside Of Michigan

memo

1-800-752-2133

Special Candy & Sugarfree Available

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Local & Nationwide Delivery

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1489 S. Woodward
646-8477
ROCHESTER HILLS
3140 Walton Blvd.
375-9707

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OBITUARIES page 138

ton, D.C.; uncle and aunt, Dr.
Louis and Mrs. Mildred Belinson
of Torgo, Fla.; two grandchildren,

Darren James Wilson and Ran-
dall Banks Whitmore. Services
held at Machpelah Chapel. Con-
tributions may be made to Rain-
bow Industries (Rehabilitation
Centers), 5570 Whittaker Rd.,
P.O. Box 970230, Ypsilanti, MI
48197; or Hospice of S.E. Michi-
gan, Southfield. Arrangements
by Dorfman Funeral Direction.

ENID N. KAPLOWITZ, De-
troiter formerly of East Lansing,
died Sept. 18. She was a member
of Congregation Shaarey Zedek
of East Lansing and was a 2nd
and 3rd grade teacher at Cres-
cent Lake School in Waterford
Township.
Surviving are sisters, Phyllis
(Jerry) Cohen of East Lansing,
Roslyn Covey of Lansing; broth-
er, Mark Kaplowitz of Reno, Nev.;
nieces and nephews, Renee and
Matthew Cohen, Ryan and
Rachelle Covey, Arielle
Kaplowitz. Funeral services in
East Lansing with interment in
Evergreen. Cemetery, Lansing.
Contributions may be made to
Congregation Shaarey Zedek.
Arrangements by the Estes-
Leadley Greater Lansing Chapel.

DR. SOL Q. KESLER, 94, of
Petaluma, Calif., formerly of De-
troit, died Sept. 11. Dr. Kesler
was a dentist and was active in
the Petaluma Host Lion Club. He
was the beloved husband of the
late Matilde Kesler; father of the
late Susan Kesler Kimelman. He
is survived by grandchildren,
Julie Kimelman of Petaluma,
Debbie Rolls of Salt Lake City,
Utah; great-grandchildren, Gre-
gory and Sara Bettinelli; broth-
er, Abram Kesler of South Africa;
sister, Frieda Goodman of Bloom-
field Hills. Arrangements by the
Ira Kaufman Chapel followed by
interment at Beth El Memorial
Park.

Klein's efforts, the Michigan Vol-
untary Agency Group Plan and
the Human Services Association
Workers Compensation Fund
were established in 1972. Those
two funds have honored Mr.
Klein by establishing the Harry
Klein Legal Scholarship Fund, to
provide scholarships to law stu-
dents showing a commitment to
public service work. Contribu-
tions or memorial can be sent to
the Harry Klein Fund, 24724
Lahser Road, Suite 201, South-
field, MI 48034.
He was the beloved husband
of the late Shirley Schiller. He
is survived by his son and daugh-
ter-in-law, Neill and Debbie Klein
of Boca Raton, Fla.; daughters
and sons-in-law, Nancy and John
Levy of Bloomfield Hills, Julie
and Mark Teicher of West Bloom-
field; grandchildren, Ben, Dan
and Adam Klein, Jodi and Melis-
sa Levy, Perry and Zara Teicher;
sister and brother-in-law, Ethe-
lene and Eli Friedman. He was
brother to the late Pearl Klein.
Arrangements by the Ira Kauf-
man Chapel followed by inter-
ment at Adat Shalom Memorial
Park.

ROSE KROSNICK, 82, of Oak
Park, died Sept. 17. She is sur-
vived by her husband, Abraham
(Al); son and daughter-in-law,
Morton and Diane of Southfield;
daughter Rochelle Ann (Shelley)
Krosnick of Oak Park; sister and
brother-in-law, Helen and Louis
Levinson of Southfield; grand-
children, Robert, Richard and
Debbie, Alisa and Greg Bowman;
nieces and nephews. Services
held at Hebrew Memorial
Chapel; interment Hebrew
Memorial Park. Donations may
be made to the Heart Fund, Can-
cer Society or a charity of one's
choice.

ESTHER LIPTON, 73, of
Bloomfield Twp., died Sept. 13.
She is survived by her husband,
Jack; children, Alan Steven,
HARRY KLEIN, 72, of West William Daniel, Maxine Sharon
Bloomfield, died Sept. 15. After Lipton; sister, Lena Knofsky of
discharge from the Army, Mr. Detroit. Services held at Hebrew
Klein entered Wayne Law School, Memorial Chapel; interment
from which he graduated with Mat Shalom Memorial Park. Do-
distinction, having earned a Phi nations may be made to JARC.
Beta Kappa key for scholastic
achievement. Mr. Klein passed MORRIS LOVE, 83, of South-
the bar exam before his gradua- field, died Sept. 13. Mr. Love was
tion from law school and was, a furniture salesman. He is sur-
therefore, excused from taking vived by his wife, Ida; daughters
the last semester's final exams. and sons-in-law, Gail and Shel-
After law school, Mr. Klein don Raminick of Southfield, Bar-
took a position with the Legal Aid bara and Dr. Gordon Goodman
Society, which later became of Clearwater, Fla.; grandchil-
known as the Legal Aid Defend- dren, Ellyn and Dr. Steven
er Association of Detroit. In 1971, Rosenbaum, Dr. William and
after 24 years at Legal Aid, and Miriam Raminick, David and
while still continuing to work Dena Raminick, Amy Goodman
with Legal Aid, Mr. Klein also and Jennifer Goodman; great-
took on the position as Agency grandchildren, Jaclyn and Dana
Counsel for United Community Rosenbaum, Mindy Raminick;
Services of Metropolitan Detroit. sisters and brother-in-law, Emma
He was also instrumental in the and Irwin Schwartz of Southfield,
organization of many non-profit Ida Hart. Arrangements by the
organizations. As a result of Mr. Ira Kaufman Chapel followed by

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