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April 07, 1989 - Image 131

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-04-07

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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 hail
Beverly Hills, Michigan 48010

75 YEARS OF TEACHING OUR TRADITIONS

Los Feliz, Calif.; and one
grandson.

HELEN NELSON, 76,
former Oak Park resident of
Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., died
March 31. She leaves a son,
Elliott of Southfield; a
daughter, Mrs. Jack (Connie)
Rudack; a brother, Edward
Elias of Southfield; two
sisters, Mrs. Bertha Brant of
Los Angeles, Calif., and Mrs.
Robert (Rhoda) Franklin of
Margate, Fla.; six grand-
children and two great-
grandchildren. Interment
Florida.

ROSE NUDELMAN, 84,
died April 4. She leaves two
daughters, Mrs. Helen Barris
and Mrs. Fred (Marilyn)
Metler of Coconut Creek,
Fla.; six grandchildren and
seven great-grandchildren.

VICTOR J. ROSENBERG,
88, died April 4. He leaves a
son, Norman Ross; a sister,
Sally Kahn; five grand-
children and seven
great-grandchildren.

SELLA RUBINSTEIN, 75,
died March 31. She leaves her
husband, Lawrence; two sons,
Stephen Ross and Paul
Rubinstein; two sisters, Rose
Budnitzky and Evelyn Lott of
La Crescenta, Calif.; and five
grandchildren.

SAM SHENKMAN, 92, of
Southfield, died April 2. Sur-
vived by his wife, Evelyn; a
son, Jack; and two daughters,
Mrs. Sol (Eileen) Kozloff and
Mrs. Sam (Lillian) Finkels-
tein; 11 grandchildren and 22
great-grandchildren.

DEBBY SOMBERG, 82, of
Southfield, died March 29.
Survived by a son, Stanley; a
daughter, Mrs. John (Sylvia)
Nussbaum; a brother, Harry
Kogin of Rego Park, N.Y.; a
sister, Mrs. Hetty Grey of Lon-
don, England; seven grand-
children and one
great-grandson.

ANN
SKOLNEK
STRAGER, 87, died March
23. She leaves her husband,
Sol; a daughter, Mrs. Phyllis
Kellman; two sons, Norman
and Larry; seven grand-
children and one
great-grandson.

S. Winkelman

Sharon Sarah Winkelman,
past chairman of the Women's
Division of the Jewish
Welfare Federation in Stam-
ford, Conn., and Shreveport,
La., died April 3 at age 57.
Born in Detroit, Mrs.
Winkelman resided in Scott-
sdale, Ariz., at the time of her

death. She was a real estate
broker.
Mrs. Winkelman was a
steering committee member
for the 1984 Maccabiah youth
games in Detroit. She was a
member of the national
speakers bureau of the
United Jewish Appeal.
She leaves her husband,
John H.; a daughter, Leslye of
LaJolla, Calif.; her father,
Philip Robinson of Southfield;
and a brother, Jay Robinson.
Interment Detroit.

Joseph Geselis

Joseph Geselis, owner of
Capitol Department Store on
Woodward in Highland Park,
died April 3 at age 97.
Born in Russia, Mr. Geselis
lived 74 years in Detroit. He
was a merchant from 1917
until his retirement in 1972.
He established his first
business across the street
from the first Ford Motor
Model T plant. He later open-
ed his store on Woodward Ave.
He was a long-time member
of the former Congregation
Beth Abraham. He also was
a member of Hebrew
Benevolent Society.
Mr. Geselis is survived by
his wife, Ida; a daughter, Mrs.
Aaron .(Dorothy) Friedman;
one granddaughter, one
great-grandson, a cousin,
nieces and nephews.

NEWS I

Zionism Protest
At PLO Office

New York (JTA) — About
200 members of right-wing
Zionist organizations rallied
outside the Palestine Libera-
tion Organization's U.N. mis-
sion last week, calling for an
end to the U.S.-PLO dialogue.
"This rally is because there
is an overflow of anger and
impatience with the U.S. and
PLO dialogue," said Dr. Ken-
neth Kelner, president of the
Manhattan Region of the
Zionist Organization of
America.
Kelner added that the ral-
ly was also a welcome for
Israeli Prime Minister Yit-
zhak Shamir.
Also speaking was Kenneth
Bialkin, former national
chairman of the Anti-
Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith and of the Conference
of Presidents of Major
American Jewish
Organizations.
Among the groups
represented at the rally were
Americans for a Safe Israel,
Emunah Women of America,
the Jewish Political Caucus,
Kach International and
Tagar, a student organization.

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.

JENNIE DORFMAN
JUDA GOTTLIEB
HYMAN A. KEYS
BETSEY LINOVITZ
JACK MALIN
LOUIS RUDOLPH
GILBERT SIEGEL
LOUIS A. WOOLMAN
MOSHE WOOLF
MARY BAXTER
SYLVIA DOCKS
REVA LIPSCHUTZ
BENE MALZBERG
FLORA MORRIS
SAMUEL REMER
FRANK FRIEDMAN
NATHAN LEE
ARCHIE LUBORSKY

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JERRY S. RICHMAN
JOHN SEIGLE
SAMUEL VEXLER
MAYER BERMAN
MARTIN FELDMAN
FAY H. FREEMAN
BEN KATHREN
MORRIS KENT
IRVING OSNOS
GUSSIE SAK
LIBBE WOLFSON
ESTHER BERMAN
SARAH FARKAS
RACHEL GLADSTONE
BESSIE GLAZER
SAM LEVEY
SADIE I. BARNETT
BERTHA GOFFMAN

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GERALD GREEN
ABRAHAM R. HOFFMAN
ELIEZER KAZERINSKY
GOLDIE RANDELL
JOSEPH SCHEY
HARRY SIMON
SARAH ZACK
MAX AMHOWITZ
MORRIS CH. BODZIN
JACK COHN
WILLIAM DODRICK
ELIZABETH FEINBERG
IDA GREENSTEIN
WILLIAM GROSSMAN
JACOB KESSELMAN
ROSE LEVIN
SAM LYONS
FRANK PLOTKIN

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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