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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-08-28

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MONUMENTS BY

BERG AND
URBACH

FINE MONUMENTS
SINCE 1910

Florida;
and
grandchildren.

two

JOSEPH
FRANK
SWARTZ,
74, former
Detroiter of New Port Richey,
Fla., died Aug. 22. He leaves
two sons, Bernard of New Port
Richey and Leslie of West
Bloomfield; two daughters,
Mrs. Myrna Dosie of Califor-
nia and Mrs. Elissa Barnard-
Leslie of Royal Oak; one
brother, two sisters, ten
grandchildren and one
great-grandson.

IDA WARSHAW, 72, of
Southfield, died Aug. 24. Sur-
vived by a son, Harvey S. of
Colorado Springs, Colo.; two
daughters, Mrs. Leonard
(Diane) Spier of Coral
Springs, Fla., and Barbara
Klein of Yorktown Heights,
N.Y.; a brother, Morris
Weider; four sisters, Mrs.
Minnie Friedman, Mrs. Irvin
(Rose) Otis, Mrs. Paul (Sylvia)
Amber and Mrs. Sam (Lillian)
Sarver; and six
grandchildren.

Yong Bogale
Dead At Age 79

Washington (YEA) - Yona
Bogale, the Ethiopian Jewish
scholar and leader, died in
Israel lat week, it was
reported here by the
American Association for
Ethiopian Jews last Monday.
He was 79 years old.
Those who witnessed the
funeral in the Givat Shaul
Cemetery in Jerusalem
described it as an "incredible"
scene. Busloads of Ethiopian
Jews followed the body as it
was transported from
Bogale's home in Petach
Tikvah to Jerusalem where
he had requested to be buried.
About 4,000 mourners came
to pay their respects to the
great patriarch of the Ethio-
pian Jews.
Bogale left Ethiopia as a
youngster with Prof. Jacques
Faitlovitch, a French social
scientist who spent many
years working to help the
Ethiopian Jews. Faitlovitch
took Bogale to Palestine to
study Hebrew and other
Jewish subjects, and then to
Germany for study at an Or-
thodox school in Frankfort-
Am-Main. He later studied in
both Switzerland and France.

When he returned to
Ethiopia in 1932, he taught
at the school. After World
War II, Bogale was hired by
the Ethiopian government to
work in the Ministries of
Finance and Education. In
the 1950's, he supervised
more than 20 Jewish schools
opened in villages in Ethiopia

by the Jewish Agency and he
remained involved with
Jewish education in his
homeland until 1979, when
he and his wife, Tayitu, were
brought to Israel by the
American Association for
Ethiopian Jews (AAEJ).

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MEYER WEINGARDEN
BELLA ANTEL
MARGIT HOLLANDER
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MANIS LEVITT
ABRAHAM D. PLISSKIN
LEON ROY
DEBORAH ATLAS
SOLOMON G. CHINITZ
CHARLES COMER
IRWIN EHRLICH
SAMUEL FREED
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Born in Brooklyn, N.Y., Dr.
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graduated from Wayne State
University in 1964 and the
WSU Medical School in 1968.
He was vice chief of staff of
St. Joseph Hospital in
Pontiac.
He was a diplomate of the
American Academy of
Ophthalmology and on the
faculty of the Kresge Eye In-
stitute, affiliated with WSU.
He also was on the staff of
Harper-Grace and Pontiac
General Hospitals.
Dr. Edelman was a member
of the Michigan State
Ophthalmology Society and
the Oakland County Medical
Society. He was active in ef-
forts on behalf of Detroit
Country Day School, a
member of the Sigma Alpha
Mu fraternity at WSU and a
member of the Phi Lambda
Kappa fraternity and Temple
Kol Ami.
He is survived by his wife,
Barbara Sue; a daughter,
Marisa Faith; his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Henry (Teresa)
Edelman; and a brother, Dr.
Kenneth A.

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