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January 20, 1989 - Image 135

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-01-20

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YESHIVA BETH YEHUDAH

Founded 1914

JOSEPH TANENBAUM SCHOOL FOR BOYS SALLY ALLAN ALEXANDER SCHOOL FOR GIRLS

32605 Bellvine Trail
Beverly Hills, Michigan 48010
Administration Office: 557-6750

15751 West Lincoln Drive
Southfield, Michigan 48076

Loewenstein lived more than
70 years in Detroit. She was
a member of Temple Beth El
and a former board member
of the Beth El Sisterhood. Her
family represents seven
generations of membership in
Beth El.
Mrs. Loewenstein also was
a former Girl Scout leader
and den mother.
She leaves a son, Marshall;
a daughter, Mrs. Joan
Millstone; a brother, Norman
Sloman; 12 grandchildren
and two great-grandchildren.

E. Sonnenblick

Eve Sonnenblick, who
together with her husband,
Ira, was affiliated with the
Jewish Home for Aged for 28
years, died Jan. 10 in New
York.
Mrs. Sonnenblick was direc-
tor of social services at the
home from 1947 through
1975. She and her husband
instituted a day care program
at the home when it was
located at Burlingame and
Petoskey Streets in Detroit. A
sheltered workshop, a natural
outgrowth of the day care pro-
gram, also was instituted by
the Sonnenblicks.

Mrs. Sonnenblick was
graduated from St. John's
University with a law degree.
Prior to coming to Detroit she
was director of social services
in New York City.
She is survived by a brother,
Hy Weiner of Florida; and
nieces and nephews.

Saul Nyman

Saul Nyman, a World War
II veteran, died Dec. 26 at age
70.
A former Detroiter, Mr.
Nyman resided in Columbus,
Ohio, at the time of his death.
While in Detroit, Mr. Nyman
was a member of Mosaic
Lodge of the Masons. He was
a Kentucky colonel and a
member of Congregation
Tifereth Israel in Columbus.
Mr. Nyman is survived by
his wife, Evelyn (Levine);
three daughters, Mrs. David
(Suzanne) Parr, Mrs. Gary
(Judith) Cooper and Debra; a
brother, Harold of Southfield;
two sisters, Selma (Toots)
Elkin and Gertrude (Nan)
Pickman, both of Southfield;
and three grandchildren. In-
terment Columbus.

NEWS

A Jewish Center
Will Open In Moscow

New York (JTA) — The
Solomon Mikhoels Center,
the Soviet Union's first of-
ficially sanctioned Jewish
cultural center in more than
a half century, will open in
Moscow on Feb. 12, Edgar
Bronfman, president of the
World Jewish Congress an-
nounced Monday.
The opening is part of a
"Festival of Jewish Culture"
in the Soviet capital to run
from Feb. 12 to 22.
The center will offer books
and films on Jewish history
and culture, an art gallery of
Jewish works, lectures, con-
certs, seminars and Hebrew
classes.
Bronfman stressed the
historic significance of the
event. "The Soviet govern-
ment has given official
recognition to the right of
Jews to participate in their
national cultural heritage,"
he said.
Named for Solomon
(Shlomo) Mikhoels, the
Jewish actor and cultural
leader murdered at the orders
of Josef Stalin in 1948, the
center is housed in what was
formerly the Yiddish State
Theater of which Mikhoels
was the director.

" This new development of-
fers a great window of oppor-
tunity that Jews in the
Diaspora and in Israel must
take advantage of now, for no
one can tell how long the win-
dow will remain open," Bronf-
man said.
He noted there are new op-
portunities to practice the
Jewish faith and express
Jewish culture.
"The law against teaching
Hebrew is no longer being en-
forced, and Jewish religious
instruction and cultural ex-
pression is now permitted," he
said.

REMEMBER THE 630 CHILDREN OF YESHIVA BETH YEHUDAH WHEN PLANNING YOUR ESTATE

Dexter and Cortland 1930s

BETH YEHUDAH BOYS 1939- WHERE ARE THEY NOW? (Elmhurst and Linwood)
Help us identify the young men in this picture . . . call Dana Charles at 557-6750.

WE REMEMBER

During the coming week Yeshiva Beth Yehudah will observe the Yahrzeits of the following departed friends,
with the traditional Memorial Prayers, recitation of Kaddish and studying of mishnayos.

JOSEPH L. BALE
ALICE EISEMANN
GOLDIE EISNER
JACK FELDMAN
HARRY FELDSTEIN
MOSHE GOLDFARB
ISAAC HOOTNER
MORRIS KALLUSH
RACHEL KAPLAN
HYMAN PARKER
NORBERT ROBERT
BELLA SCHULMAN
GUSSIE SOLOMON
FANNE ZALENKO WEINERMAN
SAM ZINGESER
PEARL BERRY
CRAIG E. BLECHER
ROSE BURSTEIN
LEO FELD
NATHAN FINE
LENA GELLES
YOSSEL HALPERT
NATHAN LIPSHAW
DAVID H. LYNN
CHARLES NIEWOOD
MINA WOLMAN
RACHEL BERKOWITZ

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Jerusalem (JTA) — Rep.
Joseph Kennedy (D-Mass.)
and his sister, Courtney Ruhe,
planted trees Wednesday in
the Yad Kennedy Memorial
Forest on the hills overlook-
ing Jerusalem.
They were honoring the
memories of their father, U.S.
Attorney General Robert
Kennedy, and their uncle,
President John Kennedy.

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MAX FRIEDMAN
SANDRA KARMAZIN
ANN MAGID
SARAH REVZIN
MAX C. SHIOVITZ
GERTRUDE TEITELBAUM
MOLLIE HOFFMAN
REIZEL KERTES
SAMUEL NEIMARK
BESSIE RADNER
ERNEST WEINBERG
IRVING WEISSMAN
SAMUEL YAGODA
SAM ZIRULNIK
ABRAHAM BOLKER
RACHEL GLAZER
HYMAN GORSHOWITZ
MORRIS MARKOFSKY
BENJAMIN MILLER
MEYER ROBINER
LEIB ROSENBERG
BESSIE SCHECHTER
BERNARD SCHWARTZ
BERTHA I. SHIPP
ROBERT H. SINGER
SAMUEL H. WAINGER
MORRIS WEINER

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IN MEMORY OF MRS. ESTHER BERLIN AND MRS. ZELDA SCHWARTZ

Sidney A. Deitch

"Serving our Jewish community, Orthodox,
Conservative, Reform, and unaffiliated families
with traditional dignity and compassion."

DETROIT
MONUMENT
WORKS

HEBREW
MEMORIAL
CHAPEL

14441 W. 11 Mile Rd.

Gardner, bet.
Coolidge & Greenfield

399-2711, Eve. 626-0330

SERVING ALL CEMETERIES

543-1622

MONUMENTS BY

26640 GREENFIELD ROAD
OAK PARK, MICHIGAN
48237

BERG AND
URBACH

Man H. Dorfman
Funeral Director

N

FINE MONUMENTS
SINCE 1910

13405 CAPITAL at Coolidge
OAK PARK LI 4-2212

1Wo Kennedys
Plant flees

AMY BLOCH
HERBERT B. BUNIN
ISRAEL GLICKLIN
MORRIS GOLDBERG
LEO KAUFMAN
MOLLY KOBRIN
CELIA LAFER
HERMAN J. LAZARUS
ARTHUR E. PLOTNICK
FRANK SEARS
MORRIS SHERMAN
SAMUEL SHERMAN
FANNIE SMITH
BELLA BAND
GEORGE S. COBITZ
LOUIS COHEN
LIBBIE DUBRINSKY
JACK GOLDING
WILLIAM GREENSTEIN
DAVID KAUFMAN
JACOB LEVIN
SADIE LICHTENBERG
GETTA MALACH
MORRIS SINGER
ROSE LANGWALD TOMARIN
ALLEN R. TRAURIG
ROSE A. MATZ ZIEFMAN

Next to Stanley Steamer

SHELDON
MONUMENT
COMPANY

19800 WOODWARD AVE.

Betw. 7 and 8 Mile Roads

Phone 368-3550

Over 60 Years in Same Location!

ThE

IRA

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pEl

INC.

Ira Kaufman
1896-1986

Herbert Kaufman

David Techner

FUNERALS TO ALL JEWISH CEMETERIES

18325 W. Nine Mile Road • Southfield, Michigan 48075
(313) 569-0020

Outside of Michigan 1-800-325-7105

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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