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February 17, 1989 - Image 119

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-02-17

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YESHIVA BETH YEHUDAH

Administration Office: 557-6750

Founded 1914

JOSEPH TANENBAUM SCHOOL FOR BOYS SALLY ALLAN ALEXANDER SCHOOL FOR GIRLS

15751 West Lincoln Drive
Southfield, Michigan 48076

32605 Bellvine Trail
Beverly Hills, Michigan 48010

GREAT MOMENTS IN THE YESHIVA'S HISTORY

Alex Leder

Alex Leder, president of the
Yiddish Folks Farein, died
Feb. 9 at age 74.
Born in Detroit, Mr. Leder
was office manager for Ogden
Foods. He leaves his wife,
Sadye; a daughter, Arlene
Leder Eckerling of Highland
Park, Ill.; two sons, Jeffrey
and Barry; and seven
grandchildren.

A. Lazaroff

Allan Lazaroff, a retired in-
dustrial supply owner, died
Feb. 13 at age 80.
A former Detroiter, Mr.
Lazaroff resided in Beverly
Hills, Calif., at the time of his
death. He initiated a project
of situating Chabad Houses
on college campuses, when he
founded the first one at
UCLA. In California, Mr.
Lazaroff was a member of the
Sinai Temple.
Mr. Lazaroff was active in
efforts on behalf of Hebrew
University and was the
benefactor for its Lazaroff
Dormitory. He funded the
Chabad Center in Jerusalem
and was active in Israel
Bonds.

He is survived by two sons,
William and Richard, both of
California; two brothers, Mor-
ris of St. Louis, Mo., and
Aaron of Encino, Calif.; two
sisters, Mrs. Emma Schaver
of Southfield and Edith Tan-
nenbaum of Carmel, Calif.;
one grandchild, nieces and
nephews. Interment
California.

Erna Leopold

Erna Leopold, past presi-
dent of Parkwood Chapter,
Women's American ORT, died
Feb. 10 at age 88.
Born in Germany, Mrs.
Leopold was a life member of
Hadassah, a founding
member of Self-Help in
Detroit, a member of Temple
Beth El, a director of the Beth
Elders, a member of the
Holocaust Memorial Center,
a founding member of the
former Congregation Beth
Hillel (now Beth Abraham
Hillel Moses).
When she arrived in Detroit
in 1938, she was active in
helping refugees who im-
migrated to Detroit.
She leaves two sons, G. Ver-
non and Henry Y; and six
grandchildren.

I NEWS

Thousands Vie
For Israeli Vote

Tel Aviv (JTA) — Israelis
will have 580 candidates for
mayor or city council presi-
dent to choose from when
they cast ballots Feb. 28 in
the first municipal elections
to be held separately from na-
tional elections.
They will also have to select
town council members from
among 1,160 local lists,
representing some 14,000
candidates.
The Knesset decided last
year to hold parliamentary
and local elections on dif-
ferent dates. The new
Knesset was elected on Nov.
1.
The mayors and council
heads are elected directly by
personal ballot. The councils
themselves are elected by pro-
portional representation — as
are members of the Knesset.
This may create a divided
government in the two largest
cities.
While Mayor Teddy Kollek
of Jerusalem, a Laborite, and
Mayor Shlomo Lehat of
Aviv, a Likud maverick, seem
assured of re-election, their
respective parties are not
likely to retain majorities in
the city councils, political
analysts say.

In Haifa, however, an un-
popular mayor, Laborite Arye
Gurel, is expected to be
returned to office on the coat-
tails of a Labor Party victory
in the town council race.

Israelis May
Operate Hotel

Tel Aviv (JTA) — Egypt is
likely to allow Israelis to con-
tinue to run the Avia Sonesta
Hotel in Taba after the
enclave reverts to Egyptian
sovereignty, observers here
believe.
Talks on the future of the
resort resumed, but instead of
sale price, the question of
managing and operating the
hotel was put first on the
agenda.
This was done to avoid bog-
ging down the talks over the
gap between the $70 million
asked by Eli Papushado, ma-
jority owner of the Sonesta,
and the $25 to $30 million of-
fered last week by Minister of
Tourism Fuad Sultan, who
heads the Egyptian
negotiating team.
Parallel negotiations on
technical and procedural mat-
ters have been going on in
Taba itself. They are expected
to resume later this week.
Both sets of talks must be
concluded by Feb. 26.

41 %116.,

MR. MORRIS KARBAL (obm) PARTICIPATING IN THE GROUND-BREAKING OF OUR SOUTHFIELD CAMPUS (1984).
(In background: Meyer Weingarden (obm), Rabbi Leizer Levin, Isadore Sosnick (obm), and Hillel Abrams)

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.

TILLIE COHEN
ABRAHAM EISENMAN
FREIDA GOTTLIEB
NAT JACOBSON
MANUEL KAPLAN
CELIA KING
BESSIE KUSHNER
ELLIS MARKOFSKY
ISAAC MICKELSON
SAMUEL PLOTKIN
SARAH SEPPEN
MEYER BAXTER
ANNETTE BOROVITZ
EVA BUNIN
ALFRED C. FUNKE
MORRIS J. HART
LOUIS KUKES
HERMAN MILLER
MEYER E. REVZIN
ALVIN B. SPECTOR
HARRY LEVIN
ANN RUBENFAER
NATHAN RUZUMNA

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PINE SCHWARTZ
ALFRED WINEMAN
MALKA YASSKY
REBECCA °RESLER
SARAH EIZEN
VOJTECH HABER
KATE HENOCK
LOUIS KASOFF
MAURICE KATZ
ELKAN LEVINE
ISAAC LEVINE
SHABSE Y. LITSCHUTZ
ZALMAN LOPATA
BERNARD NAIMAN
CHARLES SOLOMON
DAVID APPLEBAUM
MAX M. BENNETT
SAMUEL BEZNOS
CLARA ELUKIN
MOSES HAUSMAN
SARAH LYONS
SAMUEL NATINSKY
ABE NUSBAUM

In memory of Mr. Morris Korbal

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February 17, 1973

LOUIS PELAVIN
LEO BARTH
CHARLES DRESCHER
ELLIS FRIEDMAN
FAJGA GRINBERG
HARRY RASKIN
BESSIE ROTT
REBECCA KATZER
RACHEL SCHERR
JACK H. SCHEY
EVA SHLAKMAN
JULIUS WASSERMAN
MEYER WEISBERG
ANN COOPER
EMANUEL DANZIG
ESTHER JACOBSON
ABRAHAM M. KREPLAK
MEYER NUSBAUM
JOSEPH PENNER
KATE PITKOWSKY
WILLIAM SCHWARTZMAN
SAMUEL WIERNIK
KATIE ZAMBER

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