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November 10, 1995 - Image 170

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-11-10

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The Council of Orthodox Rabbis of Greater Detroit
is profoundly shocked and saddened at the brutal murder
of Prime Minister Yitchok Rabin.

We must steadfastly resolve to do everything in our power
to prevent such a heinous crime, of a Jew raising his hand
in violence against his brother, from ever occurring again.

May the Holy One bring comfort to the Rabin family
and to the entire People of Israel throughout the world.

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OBITS page 154

grandchildren, Lisa and Joce-
lyn Foster. Interment at
Chevra Kadisa Cemetery in
University City, Mo. Contribu-
tions may be directed to the
Rose and Joseph Foster Schol-
arship Fund, Washington Uni-
versity, c/o James D. Thomp-
son, Campus Box 1228, 1
Brookings Drive, St. Louis, MO
63130. Arrangements by the
Ira Kaufman Chapel.

BETTY JANE (DE YOUNG)
GOLDSTEIN, 74, former De-
troiter of Birmingham, Ala.,
died Nov. 1. She is survived by
her sons, Michael of Birming-
ham, Lewis of Orlando, Fla.;
daughter, Janet Reagan of
Birmingham; grandchildren,
Michael Reagan, Jeffrey Gold-
stein.

GAYLE KIRSCHNER GOL-
MAN, 59, former Detroiter of
Dallas, died Nov. 7. Mrs. Gol-
man is survived by her hus-
band, Alvin; daughter, Marla
Hackett of Walled Lake; son
and daughter-in-law, Gary and
Rhonda of Madison Heights;
parents, Harriet Kirschner
Halperin and Jack Halperin;
grandchildren, Melissa and
Sondra Hackett, Adam, Daniel
and Eric Golman; brother and
sister-in-law, Gerald and
Suzanne Kirschner of Bloom-
field Hills.
Interment at Beth El Memo-
rial Park. Contributions may
be directed to American Dia-
betes Association, Suite 2255,
30600 Telegraph Road, Bing-
ham Farms, MI 48025-4532; or
to a charity of one's choice.
Arrangements by the Ira Kauf-
man Chapel.

FLORENCE GORELICK,
77, of Southfield, died Nov. 4.
Mrs. Gorelick was the beloved
wife of the late Joseph Gore-
lick. She is survived by her
daughters and sons-in-law, Ar-
lene Gorelick and Dr. Jerry
Lapides of Southfield, Marsha
and Stephen Kamen of Wind-
sor; brother and sister-in-law,
Seymour and Ann Schwartz of
Oak Park.
Contributions may be direct-
ed to Epilepsy Center of Michi-
gan, 26211 Central Park,
Southfield, MI 48076; or to a
charity of one's choice. Inter-
ment at Machpelah Cemetery
in Ferndale. Arrangements by
Hebrew Memorial Chapel.

MAX KORNWISE, 86, of
Livonia, died Nov. 2. Mr. Korn-
wise was a self employed phar-
macist and the former owner of
Wise Drugs in Detroit. He was
the beloved husband of the late
Pauline Kornwise and the lov-
ing grandfather of the late
Robert Ian Kornwise. Mr. Ko-
rnwise is survived by his sons
and daughters-in-law, Dr. San-

ford and Maureen of West
Bloomfield, Larry and Nancy of
Farmington Hills; grandchil-
dren, Jill Kornwise, Laurie Ko-
rnwise and Carey Kornwise;
sisters, Mollie Kornwise, Helen
Elford. Interment at Adat
Shalom Memorial Park. Con-
tributions may be directed to
the Robert Ian Kornwise
Memorial Fund at Congrega-
tion Adat Shalom, 29901 Mid-
dlebelt, Farmington Hills, MI
48334. Arrangements by the
Ira Kaufman Chapel.

YOLAN LEIBOWITZ, 91, of
Southfield, died Nov. 5. Mrs.
Leibowitz was the beloved wife
of the late Jack Leibowitz. She
is survived by her sons and
daughter-in-law, Alan and Mae
of Southfield, Carl of Bloom-
field Hills; sister, Beatrice
Posen of Phoenix, Ariz.; grand-
children, Sheryl and Lawrence
Kollenberg, Lisa Abrams,
David and Peggy Leibowitz,
Marc Leibowitz, Jill Leibowitz,
Mara Leibowitz-Pauli and
StephanPauli; four great-
grandchildren.
Contributions may be direct-
ed to Jewish National Fund,
17100 West Ten Mile Road,
Southfield, MI 48075; or to a
charity of one's choice. Services
and interment were held at He-
brew Memorial Park Ceme-
tery.
Arrangements by Hebrew
Memorial Chapel.

HARRY MECHELSON, 86, of
Southfield, died Nov. 1. Mr.
Michelson is survived by his

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