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August 13, 2004 - Image 90

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2004-08-13

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Obituaries

Q: We are bringing in hospice to care
for my mother. My eight- and IO-year old
children visit her almost daily. How can
I explain hospice to them?

OBITS from page 89

A: When cure is no longer possible, our

focus shifts to comfort. The goal is to keep
your mother as comfortable as she can be
for as long as she lives. This is the mission
of the hospice.

2004 ORT Men's Division
"Rub-a-Dub Dinner Auction"
5:30 pm-9 pm, Thurs, Aug 26,
6100 Bloomfield Glens,
West Bloomfield

on rare items including use of
private plane, travel with Detroit
Pistons to away game, and
opportunity to throw out first
pitch at Detroit Tigers home
game.

"Rub-a-Dub Dinner Auction"
benefits Hermelin College in
Israel and technology and
vocational students in
60 countries.

BBQ dinner served, weather
permitting. Kashrut observed.

Tickets: $150/ person.
Reservations required.
All welcome.

Casual outdoor, sports-themed
evening includes silent auction
with autographed sports
memorabilia and items for all.

For more information,
or to make reservations,
contact Sue Curtis
at (248) 681-7587.

Bringing Together Family, Faith & Community

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Furstenberg, Rita and Sanford
Kaplan of West Bloomfield,
Geraldine and Saul Lazare of West
Bloomfield; brother-in-law and sis-
ter-in-law, Jack and Lorraine
Shiffman; sisters-in-law and broth-
er-in-law,. Shirley Unger, Muriel and
Art Finkelstein. He was the beloved
husband of the late Natalie
Shiffman; cherished son of the late
Ansel and the late Celia Shiffman;
dear son-in-law of the late Irwin and
the late Bertha Sims; loving brother
of the late Sam Shiffman; dear
brother-in-law of the late Donald
Unger.
Interment at Adat Shalom
Memorial Park. Contributions may
be made to Hospice Home of
Farmington Hills, 25911 Middlebelt
Road, Farmington Hills, MI 48336.
Arrangements by Ira Kaufman
Chapel.

ADELINE WEINBERG, 82, of
West Bloomfield, died Aug. 4, 2004.
For 30 years, she was an office man-
ager at National Account Systems
Collection Agency.
Mrs.
Weinberg is
survived by
her husband,
Sidney
Weinberg;
daughter and
son-in-law
Carol and
Richard
Monash of
Orchard Lake;
grandchildren, Weinberg
Dr. Jeffrey and
Jessica
Monash, Bradley Monash; great-
granddaughter, Hannah Monash;
brother, Raymond Schneider of
Farmington Hills; brother-in-law
and sister-in-law, Mickey Schneider
and Roz Schneider. She was the
beloved mother of the late Ronald
Weinberg.
Interment at Clover Hill Park
Cemetery. Contributions may be
made to Caring Community of
Temple Israel, 5725 Walnut Lake
Road, West Bloomfield, MI 48323
or the Jewish Hospice and
Chaplaincy Network, 24123
Greenfield Road, Southfield, MI

48075. Arrangements by Ira

Kaufman Chapel.

MARIAN WISEMAN, 78, of

Bloomfield Hills, died Aug. 3, 2004.
She is survived by her sons, Robert
Wiseman and Michael Wiseman,
both of Bloomfield Hills; daughters,
Janet Deyonker, Lynn Fink and
Cathy Wiseman, all of West
Bloomfield; sister and brother-in-
law, Celia and Leonard Raimi of
Franklin; grandchildren, Sari (Ron)
Baskin, Bradley Gladstone, Sarah
Wiseman Fink, Leah Wiseman Fink,
Elyse Wiseman, Ariana Fink, Aaron
Wiseman; great-grandchildren,
Andrew Baskin and Brandon
Gladstone; sisters-in-law, Sookie
Wiseman and Thelma Langwald.
She was the beloved wife of the late
Samuel Aaron Wiseman; sister of the
late Solomon Abrams.
Interment at Oakview Cemetery.
Contributions may be made to
JARC, 30301 Northwestern
Highway Suite 100, Farmington
Hills, MI 48334. Arrangements by
Dorfman Chapel.

1936 Olympics
Boycotter
Milton Green

New York/JTA — Milton Green, a
Jewish hurdler who boycotted the
1936 Berlin Olympics died Aug..
4, 2004, at 92.
Mr. Green, tied world records
in both the 45- and the 60-meter
hurdles in the mid-1930s. In
1936, at the urging of his rabbi,
Mr. Green, who was considered a
shoo-in for a slot on
the U.S. Olympic
team, boycotted
the Berlin
Games to
protest Hitler
and the Nazi
144fe to.*
regime.
In 1997, Mr. Green was induct-
ed into the Jewish Sports Hall of
Fame in Netanya, Israel.

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