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August 14, 1987 - Image 107

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-08-14

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MONUMENTS BY

BERG
URBACH

FINE MONUMENTS
SINCE 1910

son, Sheldon M.; a daughter,
Loretta; and a brother, Irving.

LOUIS WEISMAN, 88, of

Southfield, died Aug. 12. Sur-
vived by a son, Harry; a
daughter, Mrs. George
(Mollie) Adelberg; five grand-
children and one
great-grandchild.

EVELYN ZIEGELMAN, 82,

former Detroiter of Nor-
thbrook, Ill., died Aug. 10.
She leaves two daughters,
Mrs. Shirley Diamond of Nor-
thbrook and Rose; two
brothers, Morrey Gold and
Jack Gold; a sister, Mrs. Bet-
ty Greenberg; and one
grandson.

Saul Shiefman

Saul H. Shiefman, a public
relations counselor, died Aug.
9 at age 70.
Born in Detroit, Mr. Shief-
man was the past president of
the Jewish Community
Center and a member of the
Jewish Parents Institute.
His firm, Shiefman and
Associates, earned a national
reputation as a top researcher
of the housing and mortgage
industries. He founded his
firm in 1957.
He is survived by his wife,
Emma; a son, Joseph of
Menlo Park, Calif.; and a
daughter, Vicky of New York.

G. Meretsky

Goldie Meretsky, who was
believed to be the first Jewish
woman born in Windsor, Ont.,
died Aug. 4 at age 100.
Mrs. Meretsky was a life
member of both Hadassah
and the Order of the Eastern
Star. She also was a member
of Cong. Shaar Hashomayim.
She is survived by two
grandchildren, Kenneth
Rogin and Ann Alpern, both
of Southfield; five great-
grandchildren and one
great-great-grandson.

AJCommittee's
Rosenman Dies

New York — Yehuda Rosen-
man, director of the depart-
ment of Jewish communal af-
fairs of the American Jewish
Committee from 1967 until
last May, died Aug. 4 at age
69.
Mr. Rosenman is credited
with creating many national
projects to improve the quali-
ty of Jewish life in America,
including the William
Petschek National Jewish
Family Center, which
engages in research,
organizes conferences and in-
stitutes and provides training

and other activities whose
purpose it is to support the
family in the U.S.
Prior to coming to the
AJCommittee, Mr. Rosenman
was affiliated with the Paul
Baerwald School of Social
Work at the Hebrew Univer-
sity, the American Joint
Distribution Committee and
the Jewish Community
Center of Baltimore.

New York (JTA) — Joseph
Aronson, a rabbinical scholar
who served as a vice president
of the Union of Orthodox Rab-
bis of the U.S. and Canada in
the 1940s and 1950s, died
Aug. 8 at age 96.
Mr. Aronson was best
known in scholarly circles for
his commentaries on the
Palestinian Talmud.

Jerusalem (JTA) —
Jerusalem police detained a
student from the Shuvu
Banim yeshivah in the
Moslem quarter Aug. 2 for
spitting in the face of a female
soldier at the Western Wall
plaza and calling her a "pro-
stitute" because of her "im-
modest" attire.
Shuvu Banim students,
noted for their radical
behavior, have harrassed
their Arab neighbors in the
past.
After the incident, some 30
of the yeshivah boy's col-
leagues gathered around the
police station where he was
being held and demanded
loudly that he be released.
The students reportedly at-
tacked police.

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following departed friends, with the tradi-
tional Memorial Prayers, recitation of Kad-
dish and Studying of Mishnavos.

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DORA BROWN
JOSEPH FINE
RUBEN MERVIS
MINNIE RASKIN
VIRGINIA SCHWARTZ
DENISE DOKTOR
MORRIS GOLANER
LE-ITIE GOLDSTEIN
MELVIN HABER
SAMUEL LEVIN
MOLLIE PLOTNISKY
GREENBAUM
JACK SCHERR
HERMAN S. SHEAR
MICHAEL SHNAIDER
EVA STEIN
DORA SUKENIC
HARRY TOPOR
ALTER P. BERMAN
ABRAHAM BORDELOW
PHYLLIS LEVIN GRUBER
MAX ROSEN
MINNIE ROSENTHAL
ESTHER THAV
REBECCA ZABLUDOVSKY
MORRIS COHEN
ROSE CORMAN
ETHEL R. DIAMOND
SYLVIA LIPSON
MORRIS NAFTOLIN
IDA STOLINSKY
GERTRUDE FISHMAN
NATHAN GOLDSTONE
SOPHIA KRAIZMAN
HERMINA POLITZER
EVA SCHIFF
LEO SCHLOSS
EDNA SOLOMON
HAROLD EGREN
RONALD EGREN
MAX B. EISENBERG
JULIUS ELLIS
TILLIE GORDON
NEHUM GUTMAN
MORRIS KLEIN
PAUL LEVI
PETER MARCUS
PHILLIP POLLACK
PHILIP SHAPIRO
ESTHER SALZMAN
SONNENBUCK
MIRIAM ELIAS
E. BETTY FRANKLIN
KIWE GILBERT
PERRY GOLDFINGER
MORRIS M. HANNAN
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ABRAHAM SHEWITZ
WILLIAM STAHL
HARRY WALTMAN
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