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The Detroit Jewish News, 2004-02-06

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Q: My husband who had ALS has died.
We installed a stair lift, so he could get up and
down the stairs safely. I no longer have use for
it, and I know they're very expensive. Can you
find a home where someone needs it?

.A: I keep a wish list for several charities in the

community. I have several requests for stair lifts.
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your house, transport it and reassemble it in its
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Judaica Art & Jewelry Fair,
Feb 8, 2004
Orchard Lake Middle School,
6000 Orchard Lake Road
in West Bloomfield.

More than 45 acclaimed
artists, 29 new to the show,
30 Israeli artists, diverse
media/fine jewelry.

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10:00 am — 6:00 pm, Sunday,
Feb. 8, 2004 at Orchard Lake
Middle School.

Admission is free.
All welcome.

For more information,
call Natalie Lipnik at
(248) 932-3311 or
e-mail at lawjlip@aol.com.


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Rott; loving mother of the late
Marilynn Klein.
Contributions may be made to
Jewish Hospice and Chaplaincy
Network, 24123 Greenfield Road,
Southfield, MI 48075. Interment at
Beth Yehuda Cemetery. Arrangements
by Hebrew Memorial Chapel.


92, of Oak Park, died, Jan. 27, 2004.
She was a freelance bookkeeper,
worked at Stafford's Restaurant and
obtained her high school diploma at
age 62.
Mrs. Schwartz is survived by her
daughters and sons-in-law, Deborah
and Gerald Goldberg of Farmington
Hills, Carolyn and Benjamin Yousif
of Oak Park; grandchildren, David
Goldberg, Rachel Duncan, Aaron
Goldberg, Ruth Garner, Danny
Kanat, Meri Yousif, Rebecca
Diamond, Yael Gross; 13 great-grand-
children. She was the beloved wife of
the late Al Schwartz and the late
Nathan Glenner; loving mother of
the late Allan Marston and the late
Vicki Goldbaum.
Interment at Clover Hill Park
Cemetery. Contributions may be
made to Na'Amat, 25900 Greenfield
Road, Suite 205D, Oak Park, MI
48237 or Habonim Youth, 25900
Greenfield Road, Suite 205D, Oak
Park, MI 48237. Arrangements by
Ira Kaufman Chapel.




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Detroiter of New York City, died Jan.
30, 2004. He was a contemporary
painter and illustrator of children's
Mr. Silverstein began his career in
commercial illustration at the Society
of Arts and Crafts in Detroit. After
two years of army service, he settled
in London and did freelance work.
When he finally began to concen-
trate on fine art, he had his works
displayed at the Detroit Institute of
Arts, among other venues.
Mr. Silverstein is survived by his
wife, Sakiko Silverstein; sister,
Roberta Cohen; nephews, Dale
Cohen, Warren Cohen.
Arrangements by Matthew
Ferrsante New York Burial Center on
Staten Island.

Detroiter of San Francisco, died Jan.
17, 2004. She studied at State
University of New York at

Binghamton and received a master's
degree in arts administration.
She went to St. Louis to be execu-
tive director of what is now known as
the Contemporary Art Museum.
Leaving in 1989, she worked in vari-
ous arts and consulting administrative
programs in St. Louis and elsewhere.
In the early 1990s, she ran the public
art component of MetroLink, the
region's light rail system. Since 1999,
she was the director of the city of San
Jose Public Art Program.
Mrs. Traurig is survived by her hus-
band, Rupert Jenkins of San
Francisco; mother, Ethel Traurig of
Detroit; brothers and sister-in-law,
Joel and Linda Traurig of San
Francisco, Marc Traurig of Detroit;
sister, Carol Trefry of Fort
Lauderdale, Fla.; stepsons, Benjamin
Brainard of Seattle, Ralph Bryan
Brainard of Chicago, Aaron Brainard
of Detroit; stepdaughter, Claire
Siderman of Traverse City.
Contributions may be made to the
Special Olympics.

RUTH ZATKIN, 88, of Southfield,
died Jan. 29, 2004. She was a charter
member of Temple Israel, a member
of ORT and the American Jewish
Congress. Mrs. Zatkin taught English
to Russian speaking
immigrants and she
was also a docent at
the DIA.
Mrs. Zatkin is sur-
vived by her children,
David and Gloria
Zatkin of Southfield,
Richard Zatkin of
Southfield, Donna
Zatkin of Southfield,
Lawrence Zatkin of White Lake; 14
grandchildren; 15 great-grandchil-
dren. She eras the beloved wife of the
late Edward I. Zatkin; mother-in-law
of the late Judith Zatkin; sister of the
late Daniel Symez.
Contributions may be made to the
Judy Zatkin Fund at Temple Israel,
5725 Walnut Lake Road, West
Bloomfield, MI 48323. Interment at
Beth El Memorial Park.
Arrangements by Ira Kaufman


The obituary for Celia Goldberg (Jan.
23) should have indicated that she was
the wife of the late Joseph Goldberg.

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