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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-03-28

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Mege of Oak Park, Bernard and
Judy Mege of New York; daughter
and son-in-law, Joann and Jerry
Salanki of Westland; sisters-in-law,
Rae Peitz, Ida Davis, Bernice
Grasser; grandchildren, Jacki Mege,
Marc Mege, Rick and Arlene Mege,
Elisa and Tom Aiuto, David Fuller,
Shelly Fuller, Debbie Fuller, Ellen
Mege, Lynn Salanki, George Salanki;
great-grandchildren, Matthew Mege,
Andre Mege, Russell Aiuto. She was
the beloved wife of the late Isadore
Mege.
Contributions may be made to a
charity of one's choice. Interment at
Hebrew Memorial Park.
Arrangements by Hebrew Memorial
Chapel.

DORA BROWN ROSE, 94, of
Miami Beach, Fla., died March 24,
2003. She was a graduate of the
University of Michigan and the
University of Detroit Law School
and practiced family law in Detroit,
where she championed women's
rights. She also enjoyed writing sto-
ries, painting, sculpting and collect-
ing art.
Mrs. Rose is survived by her
daughter, Betsey Hansell of
Pennsylvania; son, Jonathan Rose of
Ann- Arbor; grandchildren, Saul,
Jenny and Amy Hansell; great-
grandchildren, Clare, Abbey,
Daphne and Ella. She was the
beloved daughter of the late of the
late Harry and the late Anna Brown;
loving wife of the late Saul Rose;
devoted mother of the late Jeremy
Rose.
Interment at Clover Hill Park
Cemetery. Contributions may be
made to a charity of one's choice.
Arrangements by Ira Kaufman
Chapel.

LEE SANDLES, 42, of Farmington
Hills, died March 21, 2003.

He is survived by his parents,
Morton and Sarah Sandles of
Farmington Hills; brothers and sis-
ter-in-law, Norman and Leslie Capell
Sandles of Novi, Michael Sandles of
Belleville.
Contributions may be made to a
charity of one's choice. Services and
interment at Adat Shalom Memorial
Park. Arrangements by Hebrew
Memorial Chapel.

JEWEL DOROTHY (SOLOSKI)
SHUBACK, 86, of West Bloomfield,

formerly of Merrillville and East
Chicago, Ind., died March 23, 2003.
She received her nursing degree from

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"The entire world is sustained by the Torah study of voting chadi

The name "Ilan"
means tree.

Before he died, astronaut Ilan
Ramon of Israel sent the fol-
lowing message back to
earth...

During the coming week, the students of Yeshiva Beth Yehudah will study in memory of
the following departed friends. In addition, Kaddish will be said during the daily minyan.

Adar II 26 / March 30

Adar II 27 / March 31

"I call upon every Jew in the
world to plant a tree in the land
of Israel during the coming
year. I would like to see 13 or
14 million new trees planted in
Israel exactly one year from
now, on the anniversary of the
launching."

Samuel E. Gottlieb
Louis Patlow
Jack Pinchuk
Lillian Schwarcz
Goldie Schweitzer
Max Spoon
Frances Cutler
Rose Kaner
Tzeitel Schmidel

Benjamin R. Berman
Sam Brown
Martha Garfinkel
Rose Katz
David Pessman
Benjamin Sussman
Max Frazein
Bella M. Rabinovitch
Essie Rosenbloom

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Max Beal
Frida Klein Biegel
Lisa Birman
Goldie A. Delidow
Jean Kaplan
Lillian Pitkowsky
Herman Schultz
Minnie Shrager
Hannah Usher
Misha Bickoff
Rebecca Cohen
Mary Ernstein
Sarah Sherwin
Louis Shoskes

Nissan I / April 4

Jack Barck
Paul Alan Berent
Moshe Bordoley
Jacob Fleishman
Albert H. Friedman
Doris Hollo
Fern Kunick
Eva Leach
Isadore E. Lichtenstein
Joseph Linder
Sadie Moehlman
Robert Benjamin Novitz
Sadie Rosenthal
Dr. Harold Rowe
Imre Weiss

Nissan 1 / April 3

Adar II 28 / April 1

—Ilan Ramon

To plant a tree in Israel

Adar II 29 / April 2

Rebecca Abel
Isaac August
Louis Dzodin
Nathan Grunt
Max Newman
Morris Balansoff
Yetta Weinstein

Lea Ferrer
Louis Gladstone
Salomon Marx
Dr. Charles Ornstein
Bertha Palman
Annie Sarko
Harvey Phillip Sherman
Sara Siegel
Rose Smith
Morris Snyder
Sam Turkel

Nissan 1 / April 5

Laura Bums
Manie Cohen
Isaac Goldstein
Philip Gordon
Sylvia Holtzman
Harry Rimar
Rachel Seyburn
Rabbi Ephraim F. Shapiro
Jack Sklar
Charles Williams

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in honor of Ilan Ramon and

his fellow astronauts, go to

www.jewish.com .

Click on Donations to Israel.

COMMINITY SHOPS!

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