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October 14, 1994 - Image 144

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-10-14

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The Family of the Late


Announces the unveiling of a monument in her memory 10:45
a.m. Sunday, October 23 at Adat Shalom Memorial Park.
Cantor Shimansky will officiate. Relatives and friends are
invited to attend.

In Loving Memory of


Who passed away October 15, 1993.

Sadly missed and fondly remembered by
her husband Harvey; her children Mark and Renee,
Michele, and Bruce and Susan; and grandchildren
Jennifer, Ilana, Julie, Andrew, Rachel and Joshua.

In Loving Memory of


Who passed away October 15, 1992.

You have left such a void in our lives
but we have wonderful memories within our hearts.
Your loving sister Edee, nieces and nephews Jerry, Larry,
Jean, Nicky and Bruce and grand-nieces and nephews.

In Loving Memory of


A delightful lady so deeply missed.

George J. Leach

In Memory Of
Beloved Husband



Who passed away October 13,
1964. It brings back a day I will
never forget. You passed away with-
out a good-bye. But memory of you
will never die.
sadly missed by loving wife Sylvia
& Family

In Loving Memory of

My Beloved

You're never too old
to quit blowing smoke.


1944 - 1973


self-examination —
LEARN. Call us.


American Heart Association




vices were held at Machpelah
Cemetery Chapel in Ferndale fol-
lowed by interment at the ceme-
tery. Contributions in his mem-
ory can be made to the Morning
Minyan Fund c/o Congregation
Shaarey Zedek, 27375 Bell Rd.,
Southfield, MI 48034 or a chari-
ty of one's choice. Arrangements
by the Dorfman Funeral Direc-

of Farmington Hills, Russell of
Birmingham; sister and brother-
in-law, Edith and Marvin Hof-
frichter of Southfield. Interment
at Beth El Memorial Park.
Memorial contributions may be
made to Hospice of Southeastern
Michigan, 16250 Northland Dri-
ve, #212, Southfield, MI 48075.
Arrangements by the Ira Kauf-
man Chapel.

87, of Southfield, died Oct. 5. Mrs.
Lichter was the beloved wife of
the late Adolph Lichter; loving
mother of the late Goldie Lerman
and the late Dr. Max Lichter;
dear sister of the late Ephraim
Kaufman. She is survived by her
sisters, Toddy Dishell of South-
field, Lillian Adler; sons and
daughter-in-law, Seymour and
Betty, Harry; daughters, Martha
Ornstein, Billie Dresner; grand-
children, Dr. Paul and Carolyn
Lichter, Dr. Allen and Eve
Lichter, Paul and Steven Lichter,
Alex and Harriet Ornstein,
Pauline Woll, Jerome Dresner,
Paula Renaud, Barbara Dresner
and Frank Meyer, Gail Dresner,
Marjorie Dresner and Ken Berry,
Paulette Lerman, Dr. Mark and
Julie Lerman, Joel and Frieda
Lerman, Pam and John Redfield,
Suzanne and Dr. Lawrence
Levine, Cindy and Harvey Her-
man; 24 great-grandchildren.
Mrs. Lichter also is survived by
Buena Lichter, Donald and Elis-
sa Dishell, Kenneth and Gail
Dishell, Dr. Walter and Marilyn
Dishell, Brian and Cheryl Adler,
Tam Miller, Natalie Rodin, Cyn-
thia Adler and Dr. David Kauf-
man. Interment at Clover Hill
Park Cemetery. Memorial con-
tributions may be made to
Hadassah, 5030 Orchard Lake
Road, West Bloomfield, MI
48323. Arrangements by the Ira
Kaufinan Chapel.

FRED MORAINS, 39, former
Detroiter of Palm Beach Shore,
Fla., died Oct. 8. He is survived
by his parents, Viola and Allan of
Oak Park; sisters, Nancy of
Lacey, Wash., Leslie of Royal
Oak, Stacey of Oak Park. Con-
tributions to Michigan Cancer
foundation would greatly be ap-
preciated. Services held at Mach-
pelah Cemetery in Ferndale with
arrangements by Hebrew Memo-
rial Chapel.

Windsor, died Oct. 5. She is sur-
vived by her husband, Benjamin;
son, Sidney; daughters, Marilyn
Muroff of Windsor, Judith Rock-
ert of Toronto; grandchildren
Miriam Jerris and her husband
of Huntington Woods, Patte
Muroff, Wendi Rockert, Lisa
Matthews, Lori Rosenthal, Les-
ley Matthews, all of Toronto;
great-grandchild, Alison Jerris of
Huntington Woods; sister-in-law,
Ida Ellenson of Southfield.

Southfield, died Oct. 6. Ms. Mirvis
was a secretary for the UAW for
30 years and worked for the pres-
ident for over 12 years. She also
was a Child Development Center
volunteer and a member of the
Retirees from UAW. She is sur-
vived by her brothers and sisters-
in-law, Bernard and Harriet of
Hallangdale, Fla., Leonard and
Goldie of Farmington, Philip of
Southfield, Selden and Jeanette

Pasadena, Calif, formerly of Roy-
al Oak, passed away Oct. 8. She
was owner of Rehabilitation and
Placement Assoc. in Troy, long-
time active member of Temple
Emanu-El and Roosevelt Hadas-
sah. She is survived by her hus-
band, Jeffrey; daughter, Sarra
and son, Adam, of New York; par-
ents, Harriet and Benjamin Shul-
man of Cherry Hill, N.J.; sister,
Betsy of Philadelphia. Contribu-
tions may be made to Temple
Emanu-El education funds; the
Wellness Community-Foothills
(cancer support group), 200 E.
Del Mar, #118, Pasadena, CA,

Southfield, died Oct. 5. Mr. Knop-
pow was the retired founder of
Knoppow Industries, Ltd. He and
his late wife Marion were active
in many Jewish philanthropic
causes including the Friends of
Bar-Ilan University, Mizrachi
and the David Horodoker
Women's Organization. They
were founding members of the
Young Israel Movement of De-
He is survived by a son and
daughter-in-law, Jerry and
Sharon of West Bloomfield;
daughter and son-in-law, Debo-
rah and Jack Vernick of Oldsmar,
Fla; grandchildren, Steven, Alan
and Pam, Mark and Emily Ver-
nick, Susan and Ellen Knoppow;
great-granddaughters, Sarah,
Michele and Alicia Vernick. Con-
tributions to Marian and Isaac
Knoppow Scholarship Fund at
the American Friends of Bar-Ilan
University, 29200 Southfield,
Road, Southfield, 48076, would
be appreciated. Services held at
Hebrew Memorial Chapel; inter-
ment at Nusach Hari Cemetery.

Oak Park, died Oct. 4. She is sur-
vived by sons and daughters-in-
law, Benjamin and Charlotte of
Oak Park, Haskell and Margaret

of Arm Arbor; daughter and son-
in-law, Seema and Walter Fis-
chel of Farmington Hills; eight
grandchildren; 10 great-grand-
children. Donations to a charity
of your choice would be appreci-
ated. Services held at Hebrew
Memorial Park through Hebrew
Memorial Chapel.

of Beachwood, Ohio, died Oct. 7.
She was the beloved wife of Abra-
ham. She is survived by her chil-
dren, Dr. Martin I. and Carole of
Bloomfield Hills, Idarose and Ted
Luntz; sisters, Charlotte Evans,
Sylvia Joseph; grandchildren,
Brian, Jill and Jean Luntz, Pam
and Brian Gleisser, Pamela,
Joseph and Abby Schock; great-
grandchildren David, Aaron,
Faye, Jacqueline and Robert. Ser-
vices were held at the Montefiore
Home in Beachwood, with inter-
ment at Mayfield Cemetery. Con-
tributions may be made to the
Montefiore Home, One David N.
Myers Parkway, Beachwood,
Ohio 44122; Temple Kol Ami or
the charity of your choice.

Laguna Beach, Calif., formerly of
Detroit, died Sept. 21. He was the
beloved husband of the late He-
len. He is survived by sons and
daughters-in-law, Dr. Alex and
Julia of Newport Beach, Calif.,
Dr. Richard and Shari of New-
port Beach, Gerald of Southfield,
Dr. Howard and Hillari of Las
Vegas, Nev.; grandchildren,
Ryan, Natalie and Griffin. Inter-
ment in Newport Beach.


The Oct. 4 obituary for Fan-
nye E. Cohen should have in-
dicated that she was the
beloved wife of the late Dr. Ja-
cob L. Cohen and is survived
by her grandson, Joel Cohen.

Samuel Merlin

New York (JTA)— Samuel Mer-
lin, 84, a member of Israel's first
Knesset and the director of the
Institute for Mediterranean Af-
fairs, a think tank, died Oct. 4.
Mr. Merlin, who was born in
Kishinev, Moldavia, in 1910, left
before the Russian province be-
came part of the Soviet Union. He
lived in France, where he gradu-
ated from the Sorbonne with a
degree in modern history.
In 1938, he joined a group of
young Palestinian Jews who were
in Europe to rescue Jews from the
Nazis and spirit them to Pales-
tine through the British block-
He became secretary to
Vladimir Jabotinsky, the Zionist
leader who sponsored the effort.
Mr. Merlin spoke and wrote in

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