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November 25, 1988 - Image 143

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-11-25

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WE REMEMBER

BiNAITSRAEL Nemotal Cadexd

During the coming week Yeshivath Beth
Yehudah will observe the Yahrzelts of the
following departed friends, with the tradi-
tional Memorial Prayers, recitation of Kad-
dish and Studying of Mishnavos.

TRANQUILITY, BEAUTY AND DIGNITY ENHANCED BY PERPETUAL CARE

42400 12 MILE ROAD

KISLEV NOV.

Murray Moss,
Flint Leader

Murray E. Moss, past presi-
dent of the Flint Jewish
Federation, died Oct. 20 at
age 71.
Born in New York City, Mr.
Moss came to Flint in 1956.
He received a B.S. degree
from St. John's University
and served in the Army Air
Force during World War II.
Mr. Moss died just 10 days
before he was to be honored
by the Jewish National Fund.
Formerly in furniture sales
and an insurance agent at his
death, Mr. Moss was active in
the Jewish and general
communities.
He was the chairman of the
small cities division of the
Council of Jewish Federations
and was nominated to be
secretary of the CJF which
met last week in New

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Murray Moss

Orleans, La. He was the past
chairman of the Flint United
Jewish Appeal and was active
in Flint's State of Israel
Bonds Campaign. He was
three times president of Con-
gregation Beth Israel.
In addition, Mr. Moss was
past president of the Genesee
County Board of Institutions,
Genesee Memorial Hospital,
the Great Lakes Region of the
National Federation of
Jewish Men's Clubs and the
Independent Insurance
Agents of Genesee County.
He was the former chair-
man of the Genesee County
Democratic Party and a
former member of the citizens
advisory committee for the
University of Michigan —
Flint, a former member of the
board of Directors of the Ur-
ban League of Flint and a
former member of the State
Mental Health Association.
Mr. Moss was scheduled to
receive the Sid Melet
Humanitarian Award from
the Urban Coalition of
Greater Flint.
Mr. Moss is survived by his
wife, Zena; a son, Dr. Lee A.

of Tucson, Ariz.; his mother,
Rose Slutsky of Newcastle,
Pa.; and a sister, Margaret
Shapiro of New York City.

Frederick Ungar

New York — Frederick
Ungar, founder of Frederick
Ungar Publishing Co. in New
York, died Nov. 16 at age 90.
Mr. Ungar was a publisher
and translator for 65 years.
His company published more
than 2,000 titles, including
books in literaure and
criticism, history, philosophy,
science and the arts. In 1985,
he sold his comapny to the
Crossroad/Continuum
Publishing group.

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NEWS himim""

Three IDF
Soldiers Die

Tel Aviv (JTA) — The Israel
Defense Force lost three
soldiers in less than 24 hours,
after a road accident in the
southern Lebanon security
zone and a bizarre incident at
a military trial, in which a
private ran amok.
One died and four were in-
jured Sunday when their ar-
mored personnel carrier, on a
routine exercise, plummeted
10 feet off the road into a dry
riverbed and overturned.
One Monday morning, Pvt.
Itzhak Halfon was given a
21-day jail term for breach of
discipline. On hearing the
sentence, he grabbed an M-16
rifle, wounded a young soldier
and fatally shot Capt. Yair
Levy of Holon in the chest.
Halfon then rushed from
the building and shot himself
to death. Neither of his two
victims was in any way con-
nected with his trial and
sentence.

'Protests Are
Hysterical'

Jerusalem (JTA) — The new
head of the ultra-Orthodox
Agudat Yisrael party has
called Diaspora protests over
impending "Who Is A Jew"
legislation hysterical.
Rabbi Moshe Zeev Feldman
insisted in an interview that
Jews in America and
elsewhere "don't know what
is being talked about. We are
defending the Jewish people."
Feldman's remarks
demonstrated the strong im-
pact in political and
diplomatic circles of moun-
ting Diaspora pressure over
the legislation, which would
further delegitimize non-
Orthodox Judaism in Israel.

MARGARET HELEN STROM
BERMAN
GUSSIE BRICKNER
HAROLD H. COHEN
MORRIS H. GOLDBERG
NOTE GOLDSTEIN
SARAH GOLDSTEIN
BESSIE MATZ
SOLOMON A. SCHAAP
SALLY A. TUCKER
RACHEL BACOW
ZELDA BARON
LEATRICE BRUDNER
JOSEPH ERNST
SHANA D. FLORENCE
ELCHONON GREENBERG
GERALDINE GREENWALD
MAX M. KRUGER
MOLLIE LEEBOVE
ABRAHAM ROTHBERG
LOUISE SILVERSTEIN
NATHAN YANCHAIR
LOUIS ZELIKOFF
SARAH ALLEN
FANNY AUGUST
ABRAHAM BELFER
ISADORE BLITZER
SAMUEL BORTNICK
GUSSIE CARDASH
JOSEPH EPSTEIN
YACHET KLEIN
GEORGE L. MILMET
ESTHER ROTHBERG
MARY SIMON
BEN BRAGMAN
JACK FUNK
MAX GELLER
SARAH E. GOTTLIEB
NELSON G. HALL
MARY KAPLAN
MARY KLAVONS
JACOB SHIFFMAN
HARVEY SIMON

SAMUEL M. BENDEROFF
ANNA BORIN
HARRY 5. CLAYMAN
ANNA DUCHAN
JULIUS GOLD
FANNIE GOLDBERG
JACOB JEREMIAS
IDA KESSELMAN
ESTHER KIRSCH
MIRIAM PAPELANSKY
MARY PELTZ
GLORIA ROGGIN
DORA SOKOLSKY
ELIZABETH FENYVESI
MARCUS GINSBERG
PAULINE GOLDEN
ISAAC KELMANOVITZ
BENJAMIN MASON
GUTTMAN PRUT
SAMUEL SCHEINFIELD
ELIZABETH SCHOTTENFELD
HERMAN SEPPEN
SAMUEL SILVERSTEIN
LOUIS I. BERGER
RAIZEL COHEN
TILLIE COHEN
MORRIS FEINER
ESTHER LACHOVER
FLEISCHMAN
EMMA FREEDMAN
MANIA KATZMAN
LEWIS L. KLEIN
IRVING SLUTSKY
LOUIS STOLLMAN
GOLDA WEISSWASSER

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