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Obituaries

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We Get Questions

OBITUARIES from page 113

Q: My father's funeral was not conducted
by The Ira Kaufman Chapel. My Rabbi
suggested you could help with the donation
of clothing and some precious books that
need a good home. I feel uncomfortable
calling you, unless I compensated you for

your time.

A:

I consider myself a community resource.
Although I am paid by The Ira Kaufman
Chapel, my services are at no charge to
anyone in the community who seeks my help.

The Jewish Federation of
Metropolitan Detroit presents
"Take Pride in Israel Day,"
from 2:30-5:30 pm, Sun, June 8,
2003, at JCC in West Bloomfield.

Enjoy an afternoon of Israeli flag
waving, food, fun, music and song.
Join the festivities outdoors on the
Eugene and Marcia Applebaum
Community Campus in West
Bloomfield.

performing Israeli songs.

Sample Israeli foods, purchase
Israeli arts and Judaica. Kids will
enjoy a climbing wall, moon walk
and face painting.

Admission is free. Event open to
the public.

Generous support provided by
Foley Lardner Attorneys at Law.

The event features Michael Harpaz,
Israeli rock star and his band

For more info, call Shoshana
at (248) 203-1462.

Orlando, Karen Sheehan of
Farmington Hills, Joseph Calderon
of Westland,
Stella Calderon
of Rome, Ga.;
sisters, Maxine
of Dayton,
Ohio, Dina of
Westland;
brother, Nick
Davis of West
Bloomfield; 14
dear grandchil-
dren. She was
the dear sister
of the late
Weinger
Johnny Davis;
mother-in-law
of the late Bruce Sheehan.
Services and interment in
Michigan. Contributions may be
made to a charity of one's choice.
This notice was placed at the
request of the family by Dorfman
Chapel.

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5/30

2003

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Who died on May 30, 1981.

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248.354.6060

LEE AVERY WEISENTHAL, 69, of
Huntington Woods, died May 24,
2003. He was an attorney and assis-
tant attorney general for the state of
Michigan. He was also a 1956 grad-
uate of Wayne State University, a
member of the American Bar
Association, Michigan and Oakland
Bar
Associations, a
founder of the
United States
Monopoly
Association,
founder of Iowa
Michigan
Travelers
Association.
Mr.
Weisenthal is
survived by his
wife, Fredrika
Weisenthal
Weisenthal;
daughters and
son-in-law, Rebecca Weisenthal and
Michael Cataldo of Illinois, Sara
Jane Weisenthal of New York; son,
Zack Weisenthal of California;
grandson, Nathan Cataldo; sisters,
Shirley Goodman of Farmington
Hills and Mona Rappaport of
Birmingham.
Interment at Adat Shalom
Memorial Park. Contributions may
be made to the American Jewish
Committee or a charity of one's
choice. Arrangements by Ira
Kaufman Chapel.

HARRY ZALE, 93, former

Detroiter of Aventura, Fla., died
May 25, 2003. He was a life mem-
ber of B'nai B'rith, a supporter of
Israel Bonds and a benefactor for
the Jewish Home for Aged in
Miami, Fla. He was also an avid
bridge and chess player.
Mr. Zale is survived by his chil-
dren, Frieda (Joseph) Langnas, Jerry
(Danielle) Zale, Annabel (Robert)
Dodd; grandchildren, Alan Langnas,
Gary (Lisa) Langnas, Michael
(Alyana) Langnas, Susan (David)
Feber, Tracey Zale, Jenny (Mark)
Prey, Judy (Ross) Goralnick, Nancy
Dodd, Laura (Stephen) Concannon;
great-grandchildren, Scott, Rachel
and Erica Langnas, Jessica, Emily
and Natalie Langnas, Sara, Brian
and Leah Langnas, Max Feber, Beau
and Jack Prey, Gabriell Goralnick,
Elizabeth and Julia Concannon.
Interment in Florida.

Corrections

The obituary for William
Feldman (May 23) should have
included as survivors grandsons
Jason and Joshua Elliott.

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