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March 24, 1989 - Image 112

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-03-24

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FRIDAY, MARCH 24, 1989

Norman Shulevitz, presi-
dent and founder of Cadillac
Coverall Co, died March 16 at
age 86.
Born in Russia, Mr.
Shulevitz was a member of
Temple Israel.
He leaves three sons, Mel of
Portland, Ore., William of
New York City and Joseph of
Miami Beach, Fla.; a
daughter, Mrs. Jerry (Donna)
Weiss of Miami, Fla.; a
brother, Abraham Shulevits;
12 grandchildren and four
great-grandchildren.

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Lynne Goffman

Lynne Goffman, who work-
ed in the Israel Bonds accoun-
ting office for 30 years, died
March 14 at age 71.
Born in St. Catherine's,
Ont., Miss Goffman was a
member of the Greater
Detroit Interfaith Roundtable
of the National Conference of
Christians and Jews.
She leaves a brother, Irwin
of New York City; nieces and
nephews.

Ruth Surath

Ruth B. Surath, past
regional president of
Hadassah, died March 13 at
age 70.
Born in Detroit, Mrs.
Surath moved -to Bay City as
a youth and was graduated
from Bay Ciity Central High
School, Bay City Junior Col-
lege and the Unviersity of
Michigan.
She was the past president
of the Sisterhood of Temple
Abraham in Bay City and
was active in Temple Beth El
of Midland, where she resid-
ed. Mrs. Surath was active in
a variety of Jewish affairs
throughout the country.
She is survived by a son,
Avrom of Beverly, Mass; a
brother, Gordon Ginsberg of
Birmingham ; and a sister,
Rose Morgan of Detroit. Inter-
ment Bay City.

Morris
Bloomberg

Morris Bloomberg, a CPA
and former senior partner
with the firm of Rosenbloom,
Rosenbloom, Bloomberg,
Lameti and Co., died March
20 at age 76.
Born in Flint, Mr.
Bloomberg was past president
of the former Town and Coun-
try Club. He was a member of
B'nai B'rith, Perfection Lodge
of the Masons, Michigan
Association of CPAs,

American Institute of Public
Accountants and Adat
Shalom Synagogue.
He leaves his wife, Mildred;
four sons, Gerald, Michael,
Donald and Erwin; a brother,
Louis; a sister, Mrs. David
(Helen) Mulne of Flint; and
nine grandchildren.

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South Africans
Film In Israel

Tel Aviv (JTA) — The Israeli
Ministry of Tourism has in-
vited a camera crew from
South Africa's government-
run television to prepare a
promotional film on tourist
sites in Israel, Ha'aretz
recently reported.
The paper points out that
this contravenes the 1987
Cabinet decision to reduce
the scale of ties with South
Africa, for which Israel has
been roundly criticized.
Opposition from the
Foreign Ministry has blocked
producers from interviewing
government officials.
The South African Jewish
community has been regard-
ed for many years as the most
stalwart Zionist community
of all Jewish communities in
the Diaspora.
The effort to lure South
African visitors is apparently
part of a global attempt by
Israel to improve its lot as a
tourist attraction, a major
source of revenue that has
been whittled away since the
beginning of the Palestinian
uprising.

Haredim Battle
Women At Wall

Jerusalem (JTA) — Ultra-
Orthodox men who threw
chairs at a group of women at-
tempting to conduct services
at the Western Wall
themselves became the target
of the Israeli police on
Monday.
Police lobbed tear gas to
disperse the ultra-Orthodox
men, who were enraged to see
about 60 women conducting
group prayers at the wall.
Women representing
various movements within
Judaism were confronted by a
line of ultra-Orthodox men
blocking their way as they
tried to go past the security
check. Police guards inter-
vened to allow the women get
to the women's section at the
wall.
Then, some of the haredim
tore down the division bet-
ween the men's and women's
sections, with some of the
men hoisting chairs to throw
at the women. One woman
was hit on the head.
The police threw tear gas
and everyone dispersed.

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